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Executive Remuneration

Details of the remuneration received by Old Parliament House’s key management personnel in 2018–19 are provided in Table 12. Remuneration arrangements for the Director and Board members are determined by the Remuneration Tribunal.

Remuneration for the Deputy Director is determined under subsection 24(1) of the Public Service Act 1999 by the Director referencing elements of the agency enterprise agreement and policies of the agency. Remuneration for this position has regard to public sector benchmarks, such as the annual APS remuneration survey, with the nature of the work, specific skills and individual contribution to business outcomes being key factors in setting individual SES salaries.

Old Parliament House has no staff that fit the Department of Finance definitions of ‘key executive’ or ‘highly paid staff’ under section 4 of the Public Governance, Performance and Accountability Rule 2014.

Table 12 Information about remuneration for key management personnel

Name

Position title

Short‑term benefits ($)

Post‑employment benefits ($)

Other long‑term benefits ($)

Termination benefits ($)

Total remuneration ($)

Base salary

Bonuses

Other benefits and allowances

Superannuation contributions

Long service leave

Other long‑term benefits

Daryl Karp

Director

339,005*

0

0

20,284

8,861

0

0

368,150

Andrew Harper

Deputy Director

233,673*

0

0

38,400

19,857

0

0

291,930

David Kemp

Board Chairman

43,480

0

0

4,117

0

0

0

47,597

Bernard
Wright

Board Deputy Chairman

21,740

0

0

2,058

0

0

0

23,798

Simon
Crean

Board Director

21,740

0

0

2,058

0

0

0

23,798

Anne-Marie Tiernan

Board Director

21,740

0

0

2,058

0

0

0

23,798

Cheryl Cartwright

Board Director

21,740

0

0

2,058

0

0

0

23,798

Maria Myers

Board Director

4,848

0

0

461

0

0

0

5,309

*Base salary includes annual leave