If you’re a Victorian public entity executive, on this page you’ll find the executive:

  • handbook
  • standard contract
  • vehicle package calculator
  • approved vehicle list
  • industry segment review

Remuneration advice

Get advice on executive remuneration from the Victorian Independent Remuneration Tribunal.

General advice

If your public entity executive employment query isn’t about remuneration, get in touch at info@vpsc.vic.gov.au.

This resource suite contains:

Available formats

Victorian Public Entity Executive Employment Handbook

The handbook covers a wide range of topics related to executive employment in public entities and is intended to:

  • promote executive employment arrangements that are clear, consistent, effective, and transparent to ensure appropriate use of public funds and the minimisation of integrity risks
  • assist public entities to manage employment contracts, remuneration and employment matters relating to executives
  • inform executives, or those contemplating executive employment, about working conditions and responsibilities in the public sector.

Standard Contract for Public Entity Executives

The contract was developed to assist Boards in the management of executive employment in the public sector.

While use of the contract is not mandatory, it contains the essential policy elements for executive employment and closely follows the public service model.

Updated February 2020

Download DOCX 0.09MB 11pages

Executive Vehicle Cost to Package Calculator

Use the Calculator to determine the cost of a motor vehicle in an executive’s total remuneration package.

Updated 10 October 2018 as per the Commissioner’s Circular 2018-04

Download XLSX 0.28MB Spreadsheet

Vehicles Approved for Executive Salary Packaging

The VicFleet website has an up-to-date list of vehicles approved for executive salary packaging.

Report on Industry Segment Reviews

This is a report on the reviews of Victoria’s executive officer and remuneration framework undertaken by the Victorian Public Sector Commission in 2017 and 2018.

Updated February 2020

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