Salary Schedules

Type

Procedure

Category

Human Resources

Department

Human Resources

Phone

(541) 463-5583

Primary Contact

Dennis Carr

Contact Email

Responsible Executive Authority

Chief Human Resources Officer

Purpose

This procedure describes the employment categories for which salary schedules are available, and the process by which such schedules are developed.

Narrative

Salary schedules have been approved and must be used for employees in the following categories:

  1. Classified employees (salaried & hourly);
  2. Contracted faculty;
  3. Part-time credit faculty;
  4. Management employees;
  5. Continuing Education instructors (reimbursable);
  6. Continuing Education instructors (nonreimbursable);
  7. Apprenticeship instructors; and
  8. Substitute instructors.

The salary schedule negotiated for members of the classified bargaining unit is also used for classified employees excluded from the bargaining unit.

The salary schedule negotiated for members of the part-time credit faculty bargaining unit is also used for non-unit, part-time credit faculty.

Copies of these salary schedules are available in Human Resources. Exceptions to these schedules must be reviewed with Human Resources before an employment commitment is made by the management supervisor.

Revising Salary Schedules

Salary schedules for members of the classified and faculty bargaining unit are negotiated through the collective bargaining process by designated participants in that process and submitted to the Lane Board of Education for approval.

Management employees are represented in annual salary discussions by the Management Steering Committee. The management salary schedule is revised through this "confer and consult" process and submitted to the Lane Board of Education for approval.

Requests to revise any of the remaining listed salary schedules must be submitted in writing to the Lane Board of Education through appropriate administrative channels. The written request must include clear justification for the wage change and the schedule must comply with current equal employment opportunity guidelines and state and federal minimum wage regulations.

Creating New Salary Schedules

New salary schedules for non-represented employees must be submitted to the Lane Board of Education through appropriate administrative channels. The written request must include clear justification for the new schedule and the schedule must comply with current equal employment opportunity guidelines and state and federal minimum wage regulations.

Date Adopted

Saturday, May 1, 1999

Date Last Reviewed

Thursday, October 9, 2014