30 Jul 2018

 

Initial offer - 02 August 2018

AMA Queensland in partnership with ASMOFQ have been meeting with Queensland Health regularly since February 2018 to advocate for your future pay, terms and conditions (MOCA 5 agreement claims), as seen here.

Queensland Health have now presented us with an offer.

We believe the offer is deficient and has not satisfactorily taken into consideration your claims.
In summary, all medical officers will receive a 2.5 per cent remuneration increase along with:

Resident Medical Officers (RMOs):

  • Examination Leave increased from two days to four days per permissible occasion.
  • Professional Development Leave (PDL) increased from one week to one week and three days (excluding interns).
  • Three days PDL travel entitlement for those in rural and remote locations.
  • Professional Development Allowance increased by $500.
  • Vocational Training Subsidy increased by $873.50.

Senior Medical Officers (SMOs):

  • Professional Development Allowance increased from $20,000 to $20,500 per annum (2.5 per cent increase, not indexed).

Medical Officer with Private Practice (MOPP) and Medical Superintendent with Private Practice (MSPP):

WE WANT TO HEAR FROM YOU!

We are currently surveying members but we need your voice too!

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Updated offer - 06 August 2018

AMA Queensland and ASMOFQ wish to announce a revised offer from Queensland Health. We still have concerns the proposed increases are not significant enough for our members however, we would like to know what you think of this revised offer.

The revised offer proposes the following additional increases above the previous offer:

SMO Professional Development Allowance:

Year 1 - $20,500
Year 2 - $20,500
Year 3 - $21,000

This represents an additional $500 increase in year three.

Vocational Training Subsidy for RMOs

Year 1 - $3,670
Year 2 (2.5% increase) - $3,761.75
Year 3 (2.5% increase) - $3,855.80

This represents an additional increase of $170 in year one (indexed).

RMO Professional Development Allowance

Year 1 - $2,200
Year 2 (2.5% increase) - $2,255
Year 3 (2.5% increase) - $2,311.37

This represents an additional increase of $124.07 in year one (indexed).

In the event that a new Government Wages Policy delivers a higher quantum than the current wages policy, Queensland Health has committed that any additional increase will be passed on and back dated to the commencement date.

WE WANT TO HEAR FROM YOU!

We are currently surveying members but we need your voice too!

HAVE YOUR SAY!


Published: 30 Jul 2018