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Classification & Compensation

General Compensation Information

Acting Pay

Employees in acting budgeted positions will be compensated at the base wage or salary for the appropriate grade, unless otherwise authorized by the President or his designee.

Administrative, Professional, Managerial & Career Service employees

It is the intent of the college to maintain equity among newly hired employees and existing staff. The Chief Human Resources Officer (in accordance with accepted classification and compensation practices and in conjunction with the appropriate Senior Level Administrator responsible for recommending the hiring of a career service or administrative & professional employee), will determine the placement of positions within the wage or salary range of the assigned job classification. The appropriate hiring managers, with direction from their Senior Level Administrator, will rely on established SPC compensation practices (including the Salary Calculator) to recommend wage or salary levels for employees hired, promoted and/or transferred. The recommendation shall be reviewed by Human Resources before the final offer is extended by the appropriate hiring manager. The College will attempt to hire those candidates who can uniquely contribute to the mission of the College or the College’s strategic initiatives.

The salaries of Administrative and Professional staff grade V and higher may be determined by negotiations within the appropriate salary range. The President’s salary is set by contract with the Board of Trustees.

A promotion is defined as a move of a qualified employee from one class of positions to a different class of positions having a higher pay grade that results from either an approved individual reclassification or a request for a transfer when the employee successfully competes for a higher vacant position. When a career service employee receives a promotion to another career service position pursuant to a transfer, that employee will be in a probationary status as per Board of Trustees rule.

A change in grade resulting from a college-wide classification study or an individual reclassification will not result in the employee being placed in a probationary status. The Chief Human Resources Officer may at times seek the review/recommendation of an independent classification and compensation professional while also working closely with the appropriate Senior Level Administrator to determine the amount of pay increase, if any, within the new pay grade by considering prior job experience, market conditions, the number of years of experience of other employees within the same pay grade, and the qualifications required by the specific job description, unless otherwise authorized by the President or his designee.

A reduction in grade is defined as the move of an employee from one class of positions to a different class of positions having a lower pay grade. If an employee is reduced in grade as a result of action by the college, the employee shall be moved to the appropriate grade, but shall receive his/her present pay for the balance of the fiscal year. At the end of the fiscal year, the employee’s pay may be reviewed by the Chief Human Resources Officer and the appropriate Senior Level Administrator to ensure that it remains within the salary range for the new grade level.

Employees receiving a reduction in grade at their own request or due to inability to perform the required work will be adjusted to a lower job classification and pay grade. The amount of pay reduction, if any, will be determined by the Chief Human Resources Officer in conjunction with the appropriate Senior Level Administrator, and any pay reduction will become effective the date of the reduction in grade.

A lateral transfer is defined as the move of an employee from one class of positions to another class of positions having the same pay grade. It may include a move from one location to another. Employees are not entitled to receive a pay increase as a result of a lateral transfer, unless otherwise authorized by the President or his designee; However, the pay may be reviewed when the transfer is to a position substantially different in scope and minimum requirements from the position the employee is vacating.

Positions designated as Senior Management Service retirement are eligible for a benefit package that parallels that provided to State of Florida Senior Management Service employees to include payment for dependent health benefits, supplemental life insurance.

The President may, in exceptional, unusual or extenuating circumstances, authorize exceptions to any of the matters set forth above.

Maximum Wage or Salary

When faculty, administrative, professional and managerial, and career service employees reach the maximum wage or salary for their grades or transfer to positions where wages or salaries exceed the maximum for that classification, the wages or salaries may be red-lined (frozen). A wage or salary can only be increased when the wage or salary does not exceed the maximum for that grade, unless otherwise authorized by the President or his designee.

Benefits for Designated Employees

In certain circumstances the President or his designee may authorize purchase of uniforms and other protective clothing and equipment for designated employees.

Overtime

Overtime compensation is paid to qualified employees for hours worked in excess of forty (40) hours within a workweek. Overtime must have the prior approval of the supervisor. Under exceptional circumstances, the supervisor may approve overtime retroactively. The overtime compensation rate is one and one-half (1-1/2) times the regular hourly rate of pay.

Emergency Work

If a non-exempt career service employee is required to come back to perform emergency work for the college, the employee shall be paid for a minimum of four (4) hours and shall be compensated at one and one-half (1-1/2) the employee’s regular hourly rate of pay.  Emergency work is defined as a task which, because of its nature, must be performed during a time when employees would not normally be available for work.

Holiday Work and Holiday Pay

Non-exempt career service budgeted employees who work on a date designated as a college holiday will be compensated one and one-half (1-1/2) times their regular pay in addition to pay for the holiday. Employees will receive compensation for a designated college holiday(s) so long as they work, or are on an approved leave of absence with pay, both the last workday prior to and the first workday after the holiday(s).

Wage or Salary Increase for Additional Responsibilities
(for Faculty, Administrative, Professional and Managerial, and Career Service Employees)

The President or his designee may approve a temporary wage or salary increase of up to and including ten (10) percent for an employee who is assuming the responsibilities of an unfilled position or of an employee who is absent from duty for an extended period of time. In order to qualify, the employee must assume substantial responsibilities of the absentee.

Third-shift differential

Third-shift differential applies to a schedule where the majority of standard work hours are after 7 p.m. Third-shift differential applies to specific hourly facilities positions only. E.G.: Custodians, maintenance workers, mechanical tradesworkers and security officers.

The third shift differential is $ .50 per hour.

Salary, wages and benefits adjustments

The Board of Trustees normally considers wage and salary increases on an annual basis, and if an increase is granted, the action taken by the Board shall be deemed to be included in the Salary Schedule.

Increases in salary, wages and/or benefits as set forth in the annual budget and/or other action approved by the Board of Trustees are by reference incorporated herein and effective as of July 1st of the Board of Trustees fiscal year, subject only to the Board of Trustees implementation of said increases or delegation of the authority to the President to implement the said increases.

Classification & Salary Schedules

Classification Series Information
Series Title Classification Title Series Level Grade Position Type
Academic Management Academic Program Director 1 of 6 VI A&P
Senior Academic Program Director 2 of 6 VII A&P
Executive Academic Program Director 3 of 6 VIII A&P
Associate Academic Vice President 4 of 6 IX A&P
Dean 5 of 6 IX A&P
Senior Academic Vice President 6 of 6 XI A&P
Academic Program Academic Program Coordinator 2 of 4 I A&P
Senior Academic Program Coordinator 3 of 4 II A&P
Academic Department Coordinator 4 of 4 IV A&P
Academic Program Manager 5 of 4 V A&P
Academic Records Academic Records Specialist 1 of 3 4 Career Service
Academic Records Supervisor 2 of 3 7 (Exempt) Career Service
Academic Records Coordinator 3 of 3 V A&P
Accessibility Services Accessibility Technician 1 of 1 5 Career Service
Accounting Support Accounting Support Assistant 1 of 4 2 Career Service
Accounting Support Technician 2 of 4 4 Career Service
Accounting Support Specialist 3 of 4 5 Career Service
Accounting Support Supervisor 4 of 4 7 (Exempt) Career Service
Accounting/Finance Professional Accounting and Financial Analyst 1 of 5 II A&P
Senior Accounting and Financial Analyst 2 of 5 III A&P
Accountant/Business Manager 3 of 5 VI A&P
Accountant 4 of 5 IV A&P
Accounting and Financial Director 5 of 5 VI A&P
Administrative Management Administrative Director 1 of 4 VII A&P
Executive Administrative Director 2 of 4 VIII A&P
Associate Administrative Vice President 3 of 4 IX A&P
Administrative Vice President 4 of 4 XI A&P
Administrative Services Administrative Services Assistant 1 of 9 2 Career Service
Senior Administrative Services Assistant 2 of 9 3 Career Service
Administrative Services Specialist 3 of 9 4 Career Service
Senior Administrative Services Specialist 4 of 9 5 Career Service
Administrative Services Supervisor 5 of 9 7 (Exempt) Career Service
Executive Administrative Services Specialist 6 of 9 7 Career Service
Administrative Services Coordinator 7 of 9 II A&P
Administrative Manager 8 of 9 IV A&P
Chief of Staff 9 of 9 VIII A&P
Apprenticeship Apprenticeship Employer Recruiter 1 of 1 I A&P
Business Development Business Development Representative 1 of 3 II A&P
Business Development Officer 2 of 3 V A&P
Business Development Executive Director 3 of 3 XI A&P
Coaching Head Coach 1 of 2 II A&P
Athletics Director 2 of 2 V A&P
Curriculum Development Curriculum Developer 1 of 1 I A&P
Custodial Services Custodian 1 of 4 1 Career Service
Lead Custodian 2 of 4 2 Career Service
Custodial Supervisor 3 of 4 5 Career Service
Senior Custodial Supervisor 4 of 4 6 Career Service
Data Management Senior Data Management Specialist 1 of 1 7 Career Service
Development Development Specialist 1 of 4 I A&P
Development Manager 2 of 4 III A&P
Senior Development Officer 4 of 4 IV A&P
Executive Director of Development 5 of 4 VIII A&P
Emergency Management Emergency Management Coordinator 1 of 1 II A&P
Equity Equity, Diversity & Inclusion Director 1 of 1 VI A&P
Facilities Facilities Technician 1 of 4 2 Career Service
Facilities Specialist 2 of 4 5 Career Service
Senior Facilities Specialist 3 of 4 6 Career Service
Facilities Supervisor 4 of 4 8 (Exempt) Career Service
Facilities Management Facilities Coordinator 1 of 4 II A&P
Senior Facilities Coordinator 2 of 4 III A&P
Facilities Manager 3 of 4 IV A&P
Facilities Director 4 of 4 VI A&P
Grant Development Grant Writer 1 of 2 III A&P
Grant Associate 2 of 2 I A&P
Grant Management Grant Project Manager 3 of 2 III A&P
Grant Management Coordinator 4 of 2 IV A&P
Graphic Design Graphic Designer 1 of 2 5 Career Service
Graphic Design Manager 2 of 2 III A&P
Human Resources Human Resources Specialist 1 of 11 5 Career Service
Senior Human Resources Specialist 2 of 11 7 Career Service
HR Generalist 3 of 11 8 (Exempt) Career Service
Human Resources Coordinator 4 of 11 I A&P
Human Resources Trainer 5 of 11 II A&P
Human Resources Manager 6 of 11 III A&P
Human Resources Compliance Manager 7 of 11 IV A&P
Human Resources Senior Manager 8 of 11 V A&P
Human Resources Director 9 of 11 VII A&P
Human Resources Executive Director 10 of 11 VIII A&P
Human Resources Organizational Director 11 of 11 VI A&P
Information Technology Information Technology Technician 1 of 9 5 Career Service
Information Technology Specialist 2 of 9 7 Career Service
Associate Systems Analyst 3 of 9 III A&P
Information Technology Analyst 4 of 9 IV A&P
Senior Information Technology Analyst 5 of 9 V A&P
Information Technology Manager 6 of 9 VI A&P
Database Administrator 6 of 9 VI A&P
Information Technology Director 7 of 9 VII A&P
Senior Information Technology Director 8 of 9 IX A&P
Information Technology Support Technology Support Specialist 1 of 4 5 Career Service
Technology Support Specialist (Enrollment Services) 1 of 4 5 Career Service
Senior Technology Support Specialist 2 of 4 6 Career Service
Technology Support Supervisor 3 of 4 III A&P
Institutional Effectiveness Research Specialist 1 of 6 5 Career Service
Research Analyst 2 of 6 I A&P
Institutional Effectiveness Coordinator 3 of 6 III A&P
Institutional Effectiveness Director 4 of 6 V A&P
Institutional Research Director 5 of 6 VI A&P
Institutional Effectiveness Executive Director 6 of 6 VII A&P
Instructional Design Specialist Instructional Design Specialist 1 of 1 IV A&P
Instructional Design Technician Instructional Design Technician 1 of 1 III A&P
Instructional Support Instructional Support Specialist 1 of 5 5 Career Service
Senior Instructional Support Specialist 2 of 5 6 Career Service
Nursing Senior Instructional Support Specialist 3 of 5 8 (Exempt) Career Service
Instructional Support Coordinator 4 of 5 II A&P
Instructional Support Manager 5 of 5 IV A&P
Instructional Technology Video Production Specialist 2 of 5 7 Career Service
Instructional Technology Analyst 3 of 5 III A&P
Instructional Technology Coordinator 4 of 5 IV A&P
Senior Instructional Technology Analyst 5 of 5 IV A&P
Instructional Technology Director 6 of 5 VI A&P
IT Security IT Security Engineer 1 of 1 V A&P
Laboratory Support Laboratory Specialist 1 of 3 5 Career Service
Laboratory Coordinator 2 of 3 I A&P
Clinical Simulation Coordinator 3 of 3 IV A&P
Landscaping Landscaper 1 of 3 1 Career Service
Senior Landscaper 2 of 3 2 Career Service
Landscaper Supervisor 3 of 3 5 Career Service
Legal Services Legal Services Coordinator 1 of 2 V A&P
Compliance Officer 1 of 2 V A&P
Library Services Library Services Technician 1 of 6 1 Career Service
Senior Library Services Technician 2 of 6 3 Career Service
Library Services Paraprofessional 3 of 6 5 Career Service
Reference & Instruction Librarian 4 of 6 II A&P
College Archivist 5 of 6 II A&P
Library Program Director 6 of 6 V A&P
Marketing/Communications Marketing Specialist 1 of 4 5 Career Service
Multimedia Content Developer 2 of 4 I A&P
Marketing/Communications Manager 3 of 4 III A&P
Assistant Marketing/Communications Director 4 of 4 V A&P
Materials Management Materials Management Assistant 1 of 6 2 Career Service
Materials Management Specialist 2 of 6 5 Career Service
Senior Materials Management Specialist 3 of 6 6 Career Service
Materials Management Supervisor 4 of 6 8 (Exempt) Career Service
Materials Management Manager 5 of 6 III A&P
Materials Management Director 6 of 6 V A&P
Media Services Media Services Coordinator 1 of 1 I A&P
Multimedia Services Multimedia Services Assistant 1 of 5 4 Career Service
Multimedia Services Specialist 2 of 5 5 Career Service
Multimedia Services Supervisor 3 of 5 7 Career Service
Producer 5 of 5 III A&P
Broadcast Services Manager 6 of 5 V A&P
Museum Museum Technician 1 of 4 4 Career Service
Assistant Curator 2 of 4 I A&P
Curator 3 of 4 III A&P
Museum Director 4 of 4 V A&P
Performance Operations Performance Operations Manager 1 of 4 I A&P
Senior Performance Operations Manager 2 of 4 III A&P
Performance Operations Director 3 of 4 IV A&P
Executive Performance Operations Director 4 of 4 VI A&P
Performance Support Performance Support Specialist 1 of 1 5 Career Service
President President 1 of 1 XII A&P
Print Services Print Services Technician 1 of 3 1 Career Service
Senior Print Services Technician 2 of 3 4 Career Service
Print Services Supervisor 3 of 3 8 (Exempt) Career Service
Project Management Project Manager 1 of 1 II A&P
Range Range Master 1 of 1 I A&P
Recruiting Recruiter 1 of 1 6 (Exempt) Career Service
Risk Management Risk Management Specialist 1 of 2 5 Career Service
Risk Management Coordinator 2 of 2 I A&P
Security Security Officer 1 of 5 2 Career Service
Senior Security Officer 2 of 5 3 Career Service
Campus Safety Officer 3 of 5 5 Career Service
Security Supervisor 4 of 5 7 Career Service
Security Director 5 of 5 IV A&P
Sign Language Interpretation Sign Language Interpreter 1 of 3 4 Career Service
Senior Sign Language Interpreter 2 of 3 I A&P
Lead Sign Language Interpreter 3 of 3 6 Career Service
Student Activities Student Activities Coordinator 1 of 1 I A&P
Student Services Management Associate Provost 1 of 5 VII A&P
Student Services Executive Director 2 of 5 VII A&P
Associate Student Services Vice President 3 of 5 IX A&P
Provost 4 of 5 IX A&P
Senior Student Services Vice President 5 of 5 XI A&P
Student Support Student Support Assistant 1 of 3 2 Career Service
Student Support Specialist 2 of 3 4 Career Service
Student Support Advisor 3 of 3 6 (Exempt) Career Service
Student Support Professional Student Support Counselor 1 of 6 I A&P
Senior Student Support Counselor 2 of 6 II A&P
Student Support Manager 3 of 6 IV A&P
Student Support Assistant Director 4 of 6 V A&P
Student Support Director 5 of 6 VI A&P
Scholarships & Student Financial Assistance Director 6 of 6 VII A&P
Transportation Bus Operator 1 of 2 4 Career Service
Transportation Supervisor 2 of 2 5 Career Service
Veterinary Veterinary Technician 1 of 2 4 Career Service
Senior Veterinary Technician 2 of 2 5 Career Service
Virtual Desktop Infrastructure and Support Virtual Desktop Infrastructure Support Technician 1 of 1 6 Career Service
Workforce Allied Health Coordinator 1 of 2 III A&P
Data Analyst 2 of 2 IV A&P
Administrative & Professional Schedule
Grade Level Minimum Maximum Positions
Grade I $43,247.95 $60,547.13
Grade II $46,226.34 $64,716.88
Grade III $49,409.85 $69,173.79
Grade IV $53,707.34 $75,190.28
Grade V $61,937.62 $92,906.43
Grade VI $70,762.40 $106,143.60
Grade VII $85,006.50 $127,509.76
Grade VIII $98,763.47 $148,145.20
Grade IX $105,565.09 $158,347.64
Grade X $114,746.78 $172,120.17
    Grade XI $126,814.80 $190,222.20
    Grade XII $300,000.00 $330,000.00
    Career Service Schedule
    Grade Level Minimum Maximum Positions
    Grade 1 (FLSA Status: Non-Exempt) $10.79 $15.65
    Grade 2 (FLSA Status: Non-Exempt) $12.03 $17.45
    Grade 3 (FLSA Status: Non-Exempt) $13.28 $19.25
    Grade 4 (FLSA Status: Non-Exempt) $14.35 $21.24
    Grade 5 (FLSA Status: Non-Exempt) $15.58 $23.05
    Grade 6 (FLSA Status: Exempt) $35,568.00 $52,020.80
    Grade 6 (FLSA Status: Non-Exempt) $16.67 $25.01
    Grade 7 (FLSA Status: Exempt) $37,856.00 $56,763.20
    Grade 7 (FLSA Status: Non-Exempt) $18.20 $27.29
    Grade 8 (FLSA Status: Exempt) $41,654.00 $62,481.00
    Temporary OPS Schedule
    Grade Level Rate Positions
    OPS Career Level 1 $10.45
    OPS Career Level 2 $11.66
    OPS Career Level 3 $12.87
    OPS Career Level 4 $14.18
    OPS Career Level 5 $14.87
    OPS Career Level 6 $16.35
    OPS Career Level 7 $17.86
    OPS Career Level 8 $20.03
    OPS Professional $26.01
    OPS Volunteer $0.00
    Student Employment Schedule
    Grade Level Rate
    International Student Intern (OPT Program) $10.77
    Student Ambassador (Financial Aid) $10.56
    Student Assistant (On Campus) $9.66
    Student Assistant (Peer Advisor) $10.30
    Student Tutors (America Reads/America Counts) $11.29
    Collegiate High School Salary Schedule

    There are two schedules for Collegiate High School employees. The Grandfathered Schedule will be available only to Collegiate High School employees hired before July 1, 2014. Under the Grandfathered Schedule in order to receive the same pay increase as other college employees, such Collegiate High School employees must be rated at least “effective” to receive the full BOT-approved increase. Collegiate High School employees who are rated “needs improvement” or “unsatisfactory” will receive 50 percent of the BOT-approved increase.

    The Pay-for-Performance portion of the schedule shall be administered as follows:

    1. Base compensation. Faculty of the Collegiate High School falling under this Salary Schedule shall be paid at the Master’s level rate on the 36-ECH portion of the regular college salary schedule regardless of the instructors’ degree level. Administrators falling under this Salary Schedule will be paid according to the grade where their position falls on the Administrative & Professional Salary Schedule, with no differentiation for the administrators’ degree level. The college has the authority to offer an annual supplement for level of degree.
    1. Salary adjustments. Employees deemed “highly effective” shall receive the greatest possible salary adjustment. Employees must be rated “highly effective” or “effective” in order to receive a salary adjustment.
    1. Contracts. Employees must be on an annual or probationary contract. This aligns with the current St. Petersburg College practice of placing new faculty on annual contracts.
    General Support Schedule
    Grade Level Minimum Maximum Positions
    Grade 1 Routine $8.56 $8.56
      Grade 2 Moderate $8.81 $8.81
        Grade 3 Diverse $9.52 $9.52

          Faculty & Adjunct Schedules

          Faculty Equated Credit Hour (ECH) Schedule

          Faculty Job Descriptions

          30 Equated Credit Hour (ECH)

          GRADE DEGREE ENTRY SALARY
          I Associate’s $32,255
          II Bachelor’s $35,479
          III Master’s $39,029
          IV Master’s +30 $42,930
          V Doctorate $47,225

           

          36 Equated Credit Hour (ECH)

          GRADE DEGREE ENTRY SALARY
          I Associate’s $37,947
          II Bachelor’s $41,742
          III Master’s $45,916
          IV Master’s +30 $50,508
          V Doctorate $55,557

           

          42 Equated Credit Hour (ECH)

          GRADE DEGREE ENTRY SALARY
          I Associate’s $42,880
          II Bachelor’s $47,167
          III Master’s $51,884
          IV Master’s +30 $57,074
          V Doctorate $62,780

           

          Academic Department Chair Stipends – 36 ECH Base + Stipend

          DEGREE LOWER DIVISION UPPER DIVISION
          Master’s $13,197 $16,106
          Master’s +30 $14,020 $17,217
          Doctorate $14,895 $18,390
          Adjunct & Other Supplemental Salary Schedules

          This schedule covers (1) credit courses taught by full-time St. Petersburg College staff as a supplement, (2) credit courses taught by staff not under annual or continuing contract with the college and expressed in equated credit hours, (3) payment for responsibilities expressed in equated credit hours for duties performed by full-time staff beyond contract minimums. If the amount of overload is less than one hour, payment will be on a pro rata basis.

          Adjustments in pay for extra ECH or other supplements do not calculate into final pay-out for sick leave and vacation leave.

          Lower Division Rate per Equated Credit Hour

          GRADE SALARY PER EQUATED CREDIT HOUR HARD-TO-FILL SALARY PER EQUATED CREDIT HOUR*
          Associate’s $ 615 $ 1,147
          Bachelor’s $ 675 $ 1,262
          Master’s $ 753 $ 1,388
          Master’s + 30/Bachelor’s +62 $ 803 $ 1,526
          Doctorate $ 854 $ 1,678

          * Total pay for Hard-to-Fill Adjunct is calculated using ECH values which have been derived from the full-time faculty salary schedule.

          The total of all combined work for the college by a non-budgeted employee must not, on average, exceed 29 hours per week.

          Upper Division Rate per Equated Credit Hour

          Grade Salary Per Equated Credit Hour
          Bachelor’s $ 835
          Master’s $ 921
          Master’s +30/Bachelor’s +62 $ 986
          Doctorate $ 1,053

          (Any variations in the above rates of pay must be approved by the Board of Trustees.)

          Distinguished Faculty Adjunct Rate per Equated Credit Hour

          GRADE SALARY PER EQUATED CREDIT HOUR
          Distinguished Faculty $2,678

          (Any variations in the above rates of pay must be approved by the Board of Trustees.)  Please note, salary grade is not related to CETL Distinguished Faculty Award.

          High Technology Certification Programs

          Competition for a very limited number of instructors with the proper certification necessitates paying a rate close to the industry. As a result, instructors will be paid the following for the different certification programs:

          Community College Certificate – Information Technology (IT) Security Certificate Rate
          Instructors for courses (ISM 3320, ISM3324, & ISM 3330) in the IT Security Certificate program when instructors have passed an IT security exam in the appropriate specialty area in which they will be teaching. $1,286 per ECH
          Bachelor of Applied Science in Technology Management
          Instructors for ETI 4448 (Applied Project Management), when the instructors hold certification from the Project Management Institute. $1,072 per ECH
          ECH & TEACHING PREPARATION IN EXCESS OF BASE FACULTY CONTRACT Rate

          Please Note: THERE IS A MORATORIUM ON THIS PROCESS AT THIS TIME.

           

          Full-time or acting full-time faculty on a 30 or 36 ECH contract teaching in excess of three preparations as part of the base contract. Courses with the highest ECH will be counted first towards the base contract in determining the number of excess preparations. Lab sections or portions of courses count as a different preparation only when the lab is significantly different from the lecture portion of the course, as determined by the Dean.

          $104.50 stipend for each ECH over three preparations with a maximum per semester of $627.
          ADJUNCT/SUPPLEMENTAL SALARY SCHEDULE – NON CREDIT Rate
          Collegiate High School Rate
          Adjunct instructors teaching in the Collegiate High School Program. $26.13 per classroom contact hour
          Non-Credit Course Rate
          The normal hourly rate to be paid for non-credit courses. $13.59 per contact hour of instruction.
          A Senior-Level approver can approve an hourly rate in excess of $13.59 but not more than $54.50 per contact hour in extraordinary or exceptional circumstances in accordance with the appropriate level derived from the following Non-Credit Instructional Payment Level Determination Table. $13.59 but not more than $53.82 per contact hour
          An hourly rate in excess of $54.50 per contact hour must be approved by the Board of Trustees. + $53.82
          Credit Technical/Subject Matter Expert and Noncredit Payment Table
          The structure, content, and mandated student-instructor ratios of many courses within the Public Safety Programs require the use of technical and subject matter experts in support of the instructor of record. Hourly payment allows for the efficient and appropriate payment to these instructors used in support of the instructor of record. For their pay rate, the Credit Technical/Subject Matter Expert and Noncredit Payment Table will be used.

          Non-credit Instructional Payment Level Determination Table

          Presenter Credentials 
            General
          Training/
          Expertise
          Recognized
          Specialized
          Expertise
          Author Copy-
          Righted/
          Franchised
          High Demand/High Visibility Set Fee
          Audience Personal Development
          (Avocational)

          Level 1

           

          $13.59

          Level 1

           

          $13.59

          Level 1

           

          $13.59

          Level 2

           

          $19.33

          Level 2

           

          $19.33

          Personal Development
          (Non-Recreational)
          Level 1 $13.59

          Level 1  $13.59

           

          or

          Level 2  $19.33

          Level 2

           

          $19.33

          Level 3  $25.08

           

          or

          Level 4  $30.83

          Level 3  $25.08

           

          or

          Level 4  $30.83

          Cognitive Skills
          Development

          Level 1

           

          $13.59

          Level 1  $13.59

           

          or

          Level 2  $19.33

          Level 2

           

          $19.33

          Level 3  $25.08

           

          or

          Level 4  $30.83

          Level 3  $25.08

           

          or

          Level 4  $30.83

          Professional Technical
          (Non-Specialist)

          Level 1  $13.59

           

          or

          Level 1b $14.11

          Level 2

           

          $19.33

          Level 3  $25.08

           

          or

          Level 4  $30.83

          Level 4  $30.83

           

          or

          Level 5  $36.58

          Level 4  $30.83

           

          or

          Level 5  $36.58

          Specialist Professional
          (Non-Agency)
          Level 1b $14.11 or               Level 2 $19.33

          Level 2

           

          $19.33

          Level 4  $30.83

           

          or

          Level 5  $36.58

          Level 4  $30.83

           

          or

          Level 5  $36.58

          Level 5  $36.58

           

          or

          Level 6  $42.32

          Specialist/Professional
          (Agency Supported)

          Level 1  $13.59

           

          or

          Level 2  $19.33

          Level 3  $25.08

           

          or

          Level 4  $30.83

          Level 5  $36.58

           

          or

          Level 6  $42.32

          Level 6  $42.32

           

          or

          Level 7  $48.07

          Level 8  $53.82

           

          or

          BOT Approval

          Substitute Pay

          SUBSTITUTE PAY Rate
          Substitute pay for credit instruction $27.43 per contact hour (50 minutes)

          Academic Competition Salary Schedule

          As per the Board of Trustees rule, student organization advisors must be full-time faculty, administrative & professional, or career exempt.

          Academic Head Coach $1,254 annually
          Academic Assistant Coach $783.75 annually

          Experiential Learning Salary Schedule*

          TYPE OF ASSESSMENT SUPPLEMENT
          Portfolio Evaluation $26.13 per clock hour, maximum 3 hours per course

          * Salaried Non-Faculty personnel may not receive supplemental pay for experiential learning assessment.

          Dual Enrollment Program Liaison

          Dual Enrollment Liaison $260 base pay per term
          Offsite course rate $26 per course section offered

          Writing Assessment Salary Schedule

          TYPE OF ASSESSMENT SUPPLEMENT
          Gordon Rule Writing Requirement Assessment for CLEP Credit in ENC 1101 and ENC 1102 $104.50 per course
          Holistic reading of essays for the Placement Test, Progress Assessment Tests, Comprehensive English Language Test, and Pathways Program $15.68 per clock hour

          Miscellaneous Stipend Salary Schedule

          Recipients of stipends from the Miscellaneous Salary Schedule must be in budgeted, salaried positions.

           Athletic Director – responsible for managing the College’s intercollegiate and other athletics programs, including planning, leading, coordinating, and evaluating all athletic programs and functions. $15,000.00 stipend
           FGO Site Representative $4,633.68 stipend
           FGO President $5,792.11 stipend
          Full-time Faculty supplemental non-instructional assignments $26.13 per hour
           Health Academic Education Oversight $8,000 stipend
           Lead Technology Resource Specialist (TRS) $827.44 per 6 months
           Leepa-Rattner Museum Development Project $5,355.62 stipend
           Mentor Faculty from other countries (Budgeted Faculty Only) $535.56 – $1,606.69 stipend
           Nursing Curriculum Leader $827.44 stipend
           Phi Theta Kappa Mentor for terms I and II only each year. $1,853.48 stipend
           Pro Tools and Venue Certification $76.88 per hour
           Special Projects approved by the President $535.56 – $5,355.63 stipend based on the scope of the project
           Supplemental Work for Salaried Employees* $200.00 per week
           Teaching Program Coordinator $5,278.75 stipend
           Voice Over Talent – Marketing & Strategic Communications videos, and radio and TV commercials $80.34-$107.11 stipend based on the scope of performance

          *If a salaried (exempt-status) employee is required to perform supplemental work for the college that: 1) requires not less than two hours; 2) cannot be accomplished at any other time; and 3) is beyond the employee’s normal work week (defined as an extraordinary task which, because of its nature, must be performed at a time when employees would not normally be available for work), then — with the approval of the Senior Vice President/President Direct Report responsible for that area — the employee may be paid a stipend of $200 for the workweek in which this occurs.

          Sign Language Interpreters & C-print Captionists

          TYPE CERTIFICATION HOURLY RATE
          National Certification National Interpreter Certification $37.57
          National Certification Certificate of Interpretation & Certificate of Transliteration $37.57
          National Certification Comprehensive Skills Certificate $37.57
          National Certification National Association of the Deaf Level 5 $37.57
          National Certification Certificate of Interpretation $32.88
          National Certification Certificate of Transliteration $32.88
          National Certification National Association of the Deaf level 4 $32.88
          National Certification Interpretation Certificate & or Transliteration Certificate (Old System) $32.88
          State Qualification Quality Assurance Level 3 $23.48
          State Qualification Educational Interpreter Evaluation Level 3 $23.48
          State Qualification Quality Assurance Level 2 $23.48
          State Qualification Educational Interpreter Evaluation Level 2 $23.48
          C-Print Captionists 1 – 3 Years Experience $23.48
          C-Print Captionists 4 – 6 Years Experience $32.88
          C-Print Captionists 7+ Years Experience $37.57

          Project-Deliverable Salary Schedule

          A project-deliverable is tangible as well as verifiable. To be verifiable, the deliverable must meet predetermined standards for its completion. The project should not be part of the employee’s normally compensated duties or normal work hours.

          Examples include but are not limited to:
          • Course refresh
          • Course development
          • Study guide, exam creation, written tutorial
          • Video or audio recording
          • Training module creation
          • Website creation
          • Textbook creation/rewrite
          • Workshops – preparation/presentation

          Project-Deliverable Guidelines

          • Project deliverables must be specified and approved in advance of the appointment and submitted to HR via the Personnel Action Authorization Request (ePAAR).
          • Each lump-sum defined project-deliverable is based on a minimum of 32 hours of work.
          • Lump-sum payments will be made following completion and verification to Human Resources for all project deliverables (and certification of minimum contact hours).
          • Adjustments in pay for extra ECH or other supplements do not calculate into final payout for vacation or sick leave.

          Budgeted, salaried employees producing a project deliverable will be compensated from the following table:

          Level

          Pay Rate Per Project-Deliverable

           

          (for budgeted salaried employees only)

          (each defined project-deliverable is based on a minimum of 32 hours of work)

          A ≤ BA $522.50 per defined project-deliverable
          B ≥ MA $783.75 per defined project-deliverable
          C* $1,045.00 per defined project-deliverable
          D* $1,306.25 per defined project-deliverable

          Non-budgeted and budgeted employees producing a project deliverable less than 32 hours will be compensated from the following table.

          The following criteria must be adhered to:

           

          • The total of all combined work for the college must not exceed 29 hours per week for non-budgeted employees
          • Before work on the project begins for non-budgeted employees, deliverables must be approved via the Hours Worked Assessment Tool.
          Level Pay Rate Per Project-Deliverable
          A ≤ BA $16.33 per hour
          B ≥ MA $24.49 per hour
          C* $32.66 per hour
          D* $40.82 per hour

          * Rates of pay in levels C-D may be based on one or more of the following criteria:
          –      Recognized Specialized Expertise

          –      Recognized Technical Expertise

          –      Specialized Certification

          Temporary Specialized Rates

          Position Rate
          Fine & Applied Arts – Music ensemble coaching, rehearsal and performance $55.17
          Fine & Applied Arts – Piano accompaniment $25.00
          OPS Librarians $22.22
          Nursing Skills Facilitator $21.81
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          For Questions Please Contact
          Employment@spcollege.edu​​

          Top Reasons to Join Our Community

          SPC offers:

          For Benefits-Eligible Employees
          • A rewarding total compensation package
          • Outstanding benefits
          • Participation in the Florida Retirement System, Community College Optional Retirement Program or 403(b) Retirement Savings Plan
          • Free college tuition for eligible employees, their spouse and eligible children
          • Generous vacation, sick, personal, and paid holiday policies