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Classification & Salary Schedule


 

Adjunct, Temporary and Substitute Personnel

  General Compensation Information 



Adjunct/Supplemental Salary Schedule - Credit

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

$ 597

$1,113.00
Bachelor’s

$ 655

$1,224.30
Master’s

$ 731

$1,347.00
Master’s + 30/Bachelor's +62

$ 779

$1,481.00
Doctorate

$ 829

$1,629.00

* 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 $ 810
Master's $ 894
Master's +30/Bachelor's +62 $ 957
Doctorate $ 1022

(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.)

 


 

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
Full-time or acting full-time faculty on a 30 or 36 ECH contract teaching in excess of three preparations as part of 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)


Extended Substitute Pay

In cases where an instructional substitute is needed for an extended period, the president may approve compensation based upon percentage of load at base pay of the appropriate degree or at the equated credit hour rate.


Brain Bowl, Ethics, Forensics and Computer Team Coaching Salary Schedule

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

Head Coach
$1,254
annually
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 Salary Schedule

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

 

 Athletic Director

$24,790.09

stipend

 EA/EO Coordinator

$5,516.29

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 scope of the project

 Teaching Program Coordinator

$5,278.75

stipend

 Voice Over Talent - Institutional Advancement's  videos, and radio and TV commercials

$80.34-$107.11

stipend based on scope of performance


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

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 employees producing a project deliverable 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
  • Before work on the project begins, 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


St. Petersburg College is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Visit the EA/EO website.

This college does not discriminate against a qualified individual with disabilities because of the disability of such an individual in regard to job application procedures, hiring, advancement, or discharge of employees, employees compensation, job training or other terms, conditions, and privileges of employment. Except when undue hardship exists, the College shall endeavor to provide reasonable accommodations to a qualified individual with a disability. If you have questions regarding this policy please contact the EA/EO office at 727.341.3261.


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