This page of the register has information about the salaries and entitlements of non-judicial VCAT members, including the following information and documents:
Remuneration and terms and conditions of non-judicial VCAT members
The remuneration and terms and conditions of non-judicial VCAT members are set out in the Governor in Council order, dated 21 October 2014. The Governor in Council order is included in this register for reference. A copy of the Governor in Council order can be accessed using the document link published at the bottom of this page.
The date at which the current salary, or remuneration rate, of non-judicial VCAT members is effective, is the date of the most recent adjustment. The most recent adjustment to the salaries and remuneration rates is the date of the most recent salary certificate for judicial officers, which is 17 September 2019.
|Non-judicial VCAT members||Current salary|
|Senior member (daily sessional rate)||$1,259|
|Ordinary member – presiding (daily sessional rate)||$1,217|
|Ordinary member – non-presiding (daily sessional rate)||$1,100|
Declaration of the Minister made under the State Superannuation Act 1988
Under the State Superannuation Act, the Minister may be instrument declare that certain persons, or members of certain classes of person, are 'officers' for the purposes of the State Superannuation Act. This register currently publishes 2 declarations, which apply to:
- persons who were members of the Revised Scheme or new Scheme immediately before their appointment as members of VCAT (the Revised Scheme and New Scheme closed to new members in 1988 and 1994 respectively) (declaration made by the Minister for Finance, dated 10 February 1994)
- persons who were officers under the State Superannuation Act immediately before the office of a judicial registrar of any Victorian court, and that are judicial officers of any Victorian court (declaration made by the Assistant Treasurer, undated).
A copy of the declarations can be accessed using the document link published below.