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Salary Schedule Definitions

Affirmative Action code

A code that identifies the Occupational Category of a class for Affirmative Action reporting. Additional information can be found on Non-Discrimination/Affirmative Action page

Character 1 of Affirmative Action Code

Job Family

C

Secretarial / Clerical

E

Executive, Administrative and Management

F

Faculty

M

Service / Maintenance  

P

Professional Non-Faculty
S
Skilled Crafts
T
Technical / Paraprofessional
X
Excluded

The factor by which the monthly salary of a classification is to be multiplied to compute the annual or per term salary. Valid values are 00 thru 12.


A code that identifies an Academic Year class whose pay is calculated based on the academic calendar rather than the state workday calendar.

Value
Description

Y

Academic year class

N

Not an academic year class


A code that identifies the occupational category of a classification for budgetary and financial applications.

Budget Occupational Code

Description

00

Casual Employment

11

Instructional Faculty

12

Instructional Admin. - 12 Month

13

Instructional Admin. - AY

14

Dean

16

Instructional Related - Librarian

17

Instructionally Related - Student Services

18

Instructionally Related - Other

21

Executive

22

Fiscal, Management and Staff Services

23

Legal Services

24

Program Administration

25

Administrative - Other

31

Medical Officer

32

Nurse

33

X-Ray Services

34

Clinical Lab. Tech.

35

Physical Therapist

36

Sanitarian

37

Pharmacist
41
Public Safety Officer
42
Campus Guard
43
Campus Fire Apparatus Engineer
51
Programmer
52
Data Entry Operator
53
Tabulating Machine Operator
54
Computer Operator
61
Clerical Services
63
Duplicating Machine Operator
69
Student Classes
71
Technical Support
72
Photographer
73
Drafting
81
Building Service Engineer
82
Building Trades
83
Mech. Equip. Operator
84
Machinist
85
Custodial Services
86
Grounds Maint./Laborer
87
Farm Services
88
Automobile Mechanic
89
Veterinary Services

A code that identifies the CSU Campus to which the class on the CSU Salary Schedule is available.

Campus Code

Campus Name

00

All Campuses

CSU, East Bay

CSU, Maritime Academy

15

CSU, San Luis Obispo

25

CSU, Fresno

35

CSU, Bakersfield

45

CSU, Los Angeles

55

CSU, Dominguez Hills

63

CSU, San Bernardino

68

CSU, San Marcos

72

CSU, Channel Islands

80

San Jose State University

90

CSU, Stanislaus


The CBID identifies the HEERA designation/collective bargaining unit the class has been assigned to. The class code determines the CBID, which identifies represented and non-represented classes for salary purposes. For policies and programs on represented employees, please refer to the appropriate Collective Bargaining Agreement.

CBID

Description

Exclusive Representative

C98
Confidential Management 

C99

Confidential Classes

 

E

Excluded Classes ​(No Longer Used)

 

E99

Excluded Classes

 

M80

Management Personnel Plan

 

M98

Executive Management Classes

 

M99

Management Classes

 

R01

Physicians

Union of American Physicians & Dentists (UAPD)

R02

Health Care Support

California State University Employees Union (CSUEU), SEIU local 2579

R03

Faculty

California Faculty Association (CFA)

R04

Academic Support Unit

Academic Professionals of California (APC)

R05

Operations and Support Services

California State University Employees Union (CSUEU), SEIU local 2579

R06

Skilled Crafts

Teamsters Local 2010

R07

Clerical & Administrative Support Services

California State University Employees Union (CSUEU), SEIU local 2579

R08

Public Safety

Statewide University Police Association (SUPA)

R09

Technical & Support Services

California State University Employees Union (CSUEU), SEIU local 2579

R10

International Union of Operating Engineers

International Union of Operating Engineers (IUOE)

R11

Academic Student Employees

International Union, United Automobile, Aerospace and Agricultural Implement Workers of America (UAW), AFL-CIO and its Local Union 4123
R12
SFSU Head Start California State University Employees Union (CSUEU)

R13

English Language Program, California State University, Los Angeles

California State University Employees Union (CSUEU), SEIU local 2579
R14
English as a Second Language Instructors, CSU Monterey Bay California State University Employees Union (CSUEU), SEIU local 2579

S99

Supervisory Class

 
U99

Unrepresented

Additional Information:

  • Collective Bargaining did not begin until 07/01/1981. Prior to that date all CBID values were "E" or "E99.
  • Prior to 03/1997, employees designated confidential had a coding value (C01-C10) on their employment history record that differed from the coding value (R01-R11) for the class code. After 03/1997, these employees were moved to a C99 classification.
  • Unit R11 was established 10/01/2004.
  • Unit R12 was established 06/01/2005.
  • Unit R13 was established 09/01/2010.

A code that identifies the appropriate probationary/tenure track for each classification. For more information on Title 5 Sections, refer to California Code of Regulations web site at:http://ccr.oal.ca.gov/

Category Code

Category

Title 5 Section for Category

Probationary Period Tenure Track

Title 5 Section for Probationary Period Tenure Track

1

Nonacademic

42700(o)

1 Year

43588.1 - 43588.3

2

Administrative

42700(m)

2 Years 1

43580 - 43586

3

Academic (Primarily instructional)

42700(l)

See Title 5

43560 - 43572

4

Academic (Closely related)

42700(l)

See Title 5

43560 - 43572

5

Academic-administrative Assignment

42700(p)

See Title 5

43593 - 43596

6

Executive

42700(n)

No Tenure

42703 (g)

7

Miscellaneous 

 

Not Eligible

42703 (h)

8

Management Personnel Plan (MPP)

42703(f)

Not Eligible

42703 (f), 42723


Indicates eligibility for overtime. For more information on FLSA policies, refer to HR Administration's Web site at:http://www.calstate.edu/HRAdm/Policies/flsa.shtml.

FLSA definition as of 10/1/2004

FLSA Code

Definition

N

Non-exempt

Indicates classifications or skill levels that are considered non-exempt under the FLSA "White Collar" Standard Duties tests only.

E

Exempt:

Indicates classifications or skill levels that are considered exempt under FLSA "White Collar" Standard Duties tests only. Does not reflect impact of the Salary-Related tests applied to an employee in that classification.

O

Other Exemptions:

Indicates the CSU classifications that qualify for the FLSA agricultural exemption.

FLSA definition from 4/1/1994 to 9/30/2004 *

FLSA Code

Definition

N

Non-exempt:

Indicates classifications or skill levels that are considered non-exempt under the FLSA.

E

Exempt:

Indicates classifications or skill levels that are considered exempt under FLSA.

O

Other Exemptions:

Certain classifications of agricultural workers and firefighters in the California State University are classified as "exempt", but are subject to special provisions of the FLSA due to the nature of the work performed.

*Refer to HR 97-17, supplements and appropriate MOU for additional information.

FLSA definition from 4/13/1986 to 3/31/1994 
Prior to 4/1/1994 the field FLSA was called WWG (Work Week Group)

FLSA Code

Definition

1N

Non-exempt

Classes and positions in The California State University which are non-exempt from the overtime provisions of the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) and which have a minimum work week of 40 hours, i.e., seven consecutive 24-hour periods or 168 consecutive hours.  Authorized work in excess of the minimum work week is compensable by cash or compensatory time on a one and one-half (1 ½) time basis.  Compensatory time accumulated in excess of 480 hours for public safety officer classes and 240 hours for all other non-exempt classes must be paid in cash in the pay period in which earned.  For Collective Bargaining Units 2, 5, 7 and 9 and CSU Confidential designated classes, compensatory time accumulated in excess of 120 hours at the close of the calendar year must be paid for in cash by February 1st.  Paid leave will be counted as time worked in determining overtime hours worked under the FLSA.  If an employee in a 10-Month class in Collective Bargaining Unit 4 is required to serve in excess of 10 months during any 12-Month period, the employee shall be paid for such service at the monthly rate of 1/10 of the annual salary.

4AE

Exempt:

Classes and positions in The California State University which are exempt from the overtime provision of the Fair Labor Standards Act and which have a minimum work week of 40 hours. Authorized work in excess of the minimum work week is compensable as overtime in accordance with applicable CSU policy.  Overtime of at least one hour at any one time is compensable by compensating time off on a straight-time basis.  Overtime should be credited on an hourly basis with a full hour credit to be granted if half or more of the hour is worked.  Smaller fractional units will not be accumulated.  Paid leave will be counted as time worked in determining overtime hours worked.  When compensating time off is not practicable, the President or designated representative, at his or her discretion, may authorize cash compensation in accordance with the guidelines for approving cash compensation for employees in this work week group (see FSA 77-10).  For Collective Bargaining Units 2, 5, 7 and 9 and CSU Confidential designated classes, compensatory time accumulated in excess of 120 hours at the close of the calendar year must be paid for in cash by February 1st.

4BE

Exempt:

Classes and positions in The California State University which are exempt from the overtime provision of the Fair Labor Standards Act and which have a work week consisting of a minimum average of 40 hours a week during any twelve consecutive pay periods, but no specified maximum number of hours per day.; Overtime does not accrue for work performed on a normal work day.; Subject to the provisions of call-back time, ordered work on a normal day off is compensable by compensating time off on an hour-for-hour basis not to exceed eight hours. Cash payment for ordered work on a normal day off is not permitted except upon authorization by the Chancellor prior to the time the work is performed.

4CE

Exempt:

Classes and positions in The California State University which are exempt from the overtime provisions of the Fair Labor Standards Act and which have a minimum average work week of 40 hours.  The regular rate of pay is full compensation for all time that is required of the employee to perform the assigned duties of his or her position. Except as otherwise provided in Government Code Section 19853, authorized work in excess of the minimum average work week is not compensable, and shall not be deemed overtime for which compensating time off is provided within the meaning of Government Code Section 19839. If an employee in this work week group is not required by the appointing power to work a normal workday or part thereof, the employee nevertheless shall receive the regular rate of pay without deduction if the absence does not reduce the average work week below 40 hours within the 12 pay periods ending with the pay period in which the absence occurred. (FSA 73-92 contains restrictions on the accumulation of excess time for use at a later date.)

4CN

Non-exempt:

Classes and positions in The California State University which are non-exempt from the overtime provisions of the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) and which have a work week of 40 hours, i.e., seven consecutive 24-hour periods of 168 consecutive hours.  Authorized work in excess of the minimum work week is compensable by cash or compensatory time on a one and one-half (1 ½) time basis.  Compensatory time accumulated in excess of 240 hours must be paid for in cash in the pay period in which earned.  In determining overtime hours worked under the FLSA, only time actually worked, exclusive of all leave time and non-work time, regardless of pay status, will be included.

4C4E

Exempt:

Classes and positions in The California State University which are exempt from the overtime provisions of the Fair Labor Standards Act and which have a minimum average work week of 40 hours per week during any 6 consecutive pay periods.  Authorized work in excess of the minimum average work week is not compensable in cash or compensating time off (CTO).  If an employee in a 10-Month class is required to serve in excess of 10 months during any 12-month period, the employee shall be paid for such service at the monthly rate of 1/10 of the annual salary.

4D7E

Exempt:

Classes and positions in The California State University which are exempt from the overtime provisions of the Fair Labor Standards Act, for which the work week shall not be less than the assignment each week for work covering regular session assignments during the academic year as determined by the campus for each position.  The regular rate of pay is full compensation for all time that is required of the employee to perform the assigned duties of his or her position. Except as otherwise provided in Government Code Section 19853, authorized work in excess of the minimum average work week is not compensable and shall not be considered overtime for which compensating time off is provided within the meaning of Government Code Section 19859.

4D2E

Exempt:

Classes and positions in The California State University which are exempt from the overtime provisions of the Fair Labor Standards Act and which have a minimum average work week of 40 hours for a period of any ten consecutive pay periods as determined by the campus for each position.  Except as otherwise provided in Government Code Section 19853, authorized work in excess of the minimum average work week is not compensable, and shall not be deemed overtime for which compensating time off is provided within the meaning of Government Code Section 19839.  The regular rate of pay is full compensation for all time that is required of the employee to perform the assigned duties of his or her position. If an employee is required to serve in excess of 10 months during any 12-month period, the employee shall be paid for such excess service at the monthly rate of 1/10 of the annual salary.

4D14

Classes and positions in The California State University which are excluded from the overtime provisions of the Fair Labor Standards Act, with a duty week, including work, standby, and/or on-call time not to exceed an average 72 hours per week for any monthly pay period.  Ordered duty in excess of 312 hours in a monthly pay period is compensable by cash or compensating time off on a 1 ½ hour time basis.  The hourly rate for premium overtime is calculated by multiplying the monthly salary rate by 1.5 and dividing by 312 hours.

FLSA definition prior to 4/13/1986

FLSA Code

Definition

1

Classes and positions in The California State University with a minimum work week of 40 hours. Authorized work in excess of the minimum work week is compensable by cash or compensating time off on a 1 ½-time basis (refer to applicable California State University policy).

4A

Classes and positions in The California State University with a minimum work week of 40 hours. Authorized work in excess of the minimum work week is compensable as overtime in accordance with applicable California State University policy.  Overtime of at least one hour at any one time is compensable by compensating time off on a straight time basis.  (Overtime should be credited on an hourly basis with a full hour credit to be granted if half or more of the hour is worked.  Smaller fractional units will not be accumulated.)

4B

Classes and positions in The California State University with a work week consisting of a minimum average of 40 hours a week during any twelve consecutive pay periods, but no specified maximum number of hours per day.  Overtime does not accrue for work performed on a normal work day.  Subject to the provisions of call-back time, ordered work on a normal day off is compensable by compensating time off on an hour-for-hour basis not to exceed eight hours.  Cash payment for ordered work on a normal day off is not permitted except upon authorization by the Chancellor prior to the time the work is performed.

4C

Classes and positions in The California State University with a minimum average work week of 40 hours.  The regular rate of pay is full compensation for all time that is required of the employee to perform the assigned duties of his or her position.  Except as otherwise provided in Government Code Section 19853, authorized work in excess of the minimum average work week is not compensable, and shall not ve deemed overtime for which compensating time off is provided within the meaning of Government Code Section 19839.  If an employee in this subgroup is not required by the appointing power to work a normal workday or part thereof, the employee nevertheless shall receive the regular rate of pay without deduction if the absence does not reduce the average work week below 40 hours within the 12 pay periods ending with the pay period in which the absence occurred.  (FSA 73-92 contains restrictions on the accumulation of excess time for use at a later date.)>

4C4

Classes and positions in The California State University with a minimum average work week of 40 hours per week during a pay period.  Authorized work in excess of the minimum average work week is not compensable in cash or compensating time off (CTO).  If an employee in a 10-month class is required to serve in excess of 10 months during any 12-month period, the employee shall be paid for such service at the monthly rate of 1/10 of the annual salary.

4D6

Classes and positions in The California State University in the 24-hour infirmary at CPSU, San Luis Obispo with a minimum average work week of 40 hours.  The regular rate of pay is full compensation for all time that is required of the employee to perform the assigned duties of his or her position, with the exception that employees in classes and positions in this group shall receive, in addition to the regular rate of pay, a specified amount for overtime and on-call shifts.  Except as otherwise provided in Government Code Section 19853, the regular rate of pay plus the additional compensation provided for extra shifts shall be considered compensation for all hours required to be worked.

4D7

Classes and positions in The California State University for which the work week shall not be less than the assignment each week for work covering regular session assignments during the academic year as determined by the campus for each position.  The regular rate of pay is full compensation for all time that is required of the employee to perform the assigned duties of his or her position.  Except as otherwise provided in Government Code Section 19853, authorized work in excess of the minimum average work week is not compensable and shall not be considered overtime for which compensating time off is provided within the meaning of Government Code Section 19839.

4D11

Classes and positions in The California State University in the 24-hour infirmary at CPSU, San Luis Obispo with a minimum average work week of 40 hours for a period of any ten consecutive pay periods as determined by the campus for each position.  The regular rate of pay is full compensation for all time that is required of the employee to perform the assigned duties of his or her position, with the exception that employees in classes and positions in this group shall receive, in addition to the regular rate of pay, a specified amount for overtime and on-call shifts.  Except as otherwise provided in Government Code Section 19853, the regular rate of pay plus the additional compensation provided for extra shifts shall be considered complete compensation for all hours required to be worked.  If an employee is required to serve in excess of 10 months during any 12-month period, the employee shall be paid for such excess service at the monthly rate of 1/10 of the annual salary and shall receive a specified amount for overtime and on-call shifts for any extra shifts worked during the excess service period.

4D12

Classes and positions in The California State University with a minimum average work week of 40 hours for a period of any ten consecutive pay periods as determined by the campus for each position.  Except as otherwise provided in Government Code Section 19853, authorized work in excess of the minimum average work week is not compensable, and shall not be deemed overtime for which compensating time off is provided within the meaning of Government Code Section 19839.  The regular rate of pay is full compensation for all time that is required of the employee to perform the assigned duties of his or her position.  If an employee is required to serve in excess of 10 months during any 12-month period, the employee shall be paid for such excess service at the monthly rate of 1/10 of the annual salary.

4D14

Classes and positions in The California State University with duty week, including work, standby, and/or on-call time not to exceed an average 72 hours per week for any monthly pay period.  Ordered duty in excess of 312 hours in a monthly pay period is compensable by cash or compensating time off on a 1 ½ time basis. The hourly rate for premium overtime is calculated by multiplying the monthly salary rate by 1.5 and dividing by 312 hours.


A code which indicates the footnote or special message for a particular class or group of classes. Also used to identify a Trade Rate class.

Footnote Code

Description

00 No footnote.
01 Interim Code Pending CMS Baseline Solution.
02 This class has been superseded but will be retained along with the new class until conversion to the new class has been affected, however, no new appointments or reclassifications may be made to this class.
03 Movement of salaries for these classes must be recommended by the Chancellor and approved by the Board of Trustees.
04 Supplements class code 2360.  For use only when the campus has exceeded the maximum allowable position serial numbers for class 2360.
05 Maximum paid per term.
06 Use of this class has been suspended until further notice.
07 Not in use.
08 Not in use.
09 Not in use.
10 Special Schedule 1 extension class 2363.
11 This class is to be used to cover the equivalent ranks for instructional faculty, former designated discipline, faculty, vocational instructor, and lecturers.  The monthly payment is 1/3 of quarterly salary.  The quarterly payment is 1/3 of academic year salary.
12-13 Employees of the Trustees serving in overseas assignments under contracts with the Federal Government may receive an overseas differential for dislocation purposes provided by the particular granting agency contracting for the services, in addition to their base salaries under the above codes when such contract so permits, provided that any such increase shall be fully reimbursable to the state by the Federal Government under such contract.
14 See Special Schedule 3 class code 2357.
15 Total summer payment is 1/12 of annual salary at equivalent rank and salary rate.  Payments must be made in either June, July or August.  Total summer payment for services performed is limited to 1 month per calendar year. Payment is in addition to any amount incumbents may earn in campus summer sessions.
16 5% to 35% differential above the appropriate salary as an academic year instructional faculty member.
17 5% to 35% differential above the appropriate salary as a 12-month instructional faculty member.
18 Salaries for this class are established by the Chancellor for specific campus or consortium use.
19 See Special Schedule 3 class code 2417. 
20 See Special Schedule 2 class code 2418.
21 Total summer payment is 1/4 of annual salary at equivalent rank and salary rate.  Individuals appointed to this class should be appointed at the beginning of the June pay period and separated at the end of the August pay period.
22 See Special Schedule 2 class code 2322.
23 See Special Schedule 1 class code 2323.
24 Employees in this classification may be exempt under FLSA.  Exemption status must be determined for each individual, based on the duties and salary assigned.
25 Some graduate assistants whose work involves research related to their course of study may not be subject to FLSA requirements.  Refer to CSU policy on graduate assistants for more information.
26A unit of pay is earned for each week of instruction in a summer arts course or workshop. Reduced pay rates apply whenever course enrollments fall below a given minimum established for each course. Pay rates are in addition to room and board plus travel to the location allowed at state mileage rates as provided by the summer arts program.
27Steps 2-7 are eligible for a six month increase. Step 1 requires a one year interval.
28Chancellor's Office authorization is required prior to use.
29 Usage of this class is limited to full-time faculty unit employees who perform bargaining unit work as additional employment, pursuant to Article 36 of the Unit 3 collective bargaining agreement. Full-time academic year faculty unit employees may also be appointed in this class to perform bargaining unit work during break periods between academic terms
30-49 Not in use.
50 Trade rate classes.
51 Not in use.
52 Trade rate - superseded class.
53 Not in use.
54 Not in use.
55 Not in use.
56 Not in use.
57 Not in use.
 58 Not in use.
59 Not in use.
60 Class has no method of compensation.
61-87 Not in use.
 88 Movement of salaries for these classes must be recommended by the Chancellor and approved by the Board of Trustees.
89-99Not in use.

A code that identifies the administrative grade level for MPP classes (CB ID = M80).

MPP AGL Code

AGL

1

AGL 1

2

AGL 2

3

AGL 3

4

AGL 4

5

AGL is 3 or 4
A

AGL is 2 or 3
B

AGL is 1, 2, or 3

A code that identifies classes having similar duties and responsibilities. Used by Human Resources as part of the classification plan to show career progression through an occupational field and to group similar types of classes with similar types of duties and responsibilities.

Occupational Index Code

Occupational Index Name

A1

Animal Industry

A2

Agriculture and Farming

A3

Animal Health Services

B1

Administration

B2

Trades and Crafts

B3

Trades and Crafts, Casual Employment

B4

Grounds Maintenance and General Labor

B5

Building Operations

B6

Mechanical Equipment Operation and Maintenance

C1

Secretarial

C2

Legal Clerical

C3

General Clerical

C4

Fiscal Clerical

C5

Office Machine Operations

C6

Medical Clerical

D1

Communications Services

D2

Mail Services

D3

Graphics and Reproduction Services

E1

Custodial Services

E2

Protective Services

E3

Other

F1

Data Processing Management

F2

Systems Analysis

F3

Programming

F4

Computer and Related Equipment Operations

F5

Other

G1

Executive

G2

Program Management

H1

Administrative and Program Management Support

H2

Special Programs and Studies

H3

Accounting

H4

Financial

H5

Personnel and Payroll

H6

Public Information

H7

Procurement

H8

Storekeeping

H9

Administrative Support

I1

Medical Services

I2

Para-Medical Services

I3

Specialized

I4

Administrative Support

J1

Instructional Administration

J2

Instructional

J3

Other

K1

International Programs

L1

Legal

L2

Administrative Support

M1

Professional Services

M2

Support

N1

Architecture

N2

Construction and Inspection

N3

Drafting

O1

Student Services

O2

Athletics

P1

Technical Support Services

Q1

Miscellaneous

R1

Administrator

S1

Food Service


Pay plan is an indicator on how the class and range is paid per year. For example, a class and range with a value E, represents an 11/12 pay plan.

Pay Plan

Description

Blank

Title record where pay plan differs by range. Pay plan will also be blank for all records before 7/1/1999.

1

Classes that work 1 month per year

3

Classes that work 3 months per year

5

Classes that work 5 months per year

9

Classes that work 9 months per year

A

Classes that are paid 12 months

B

Classes that work 10 months per year and are paid 10 months (10/10)

C

Classes that work 10 months per year and are paid 12 months (10/12)

D

Classes that work 11 months per year and are paid 11 months (11/11)*

E

Classes that work 11 months per year and are paid 12 months (11/12)

F

Classes that work 8 months per year and are paid 12 months (8/12)

O

Other, students, trade rate and hourly paid classes

S

Classes that work 5 months per year and are paid 6 months (5/6)

A code identifying the type of professional license, credential, certificate or membership that is required in order to meet the minimum qualifications for a specific class. Refer to the PIMS Manual, Professional License Table for additional information.

Professional License Type

Requirement

0 or blank

Not Applicable

1

California driver's license

2

Consumer Affairs license or similar state department (includes medical, engineering, nursing, architectural, technical, psychiatric, etc.)

3

Department of Education credential or certificate

4

Other (active membership in California State bar, CPA certificate, etc.)



APPLICATION OF RANGE CODES for Nonacademic Classifications.

The range code identifies an alternate range of a classification when the class has more than one assigned salary range. If there is no alternate range, the range code is 0.

  1. Range Code 1, RANGE A. This range reflects the normal salary of the class.
  2. Range Code 2, RANGE B. Some classifications have a second normal salary rate for a given classification (e.g. class code 7169), sometimes denoting different minimum qualifications.
  3. 10/12 PAY PLAN. Those classes eligible for the 10/12 Pay Plan are identified in the salary schedule. The 10/12 pay plan information is denoted by either separate range codes within a class or separate class codes (see item #5 below).

    Range Code 8, RANGE C. This range shall have the same criteria as Range Code 1, Range A with the salary for ten months' work paid in twelve equal installments (10/12 Pay Plan).

    Range Code 9, RANGE D. This range shall have the same criteria as Range Code 2, Range B with the salary for ten months' work paid in twelve equal installments (10/12 Pay Plan).
  4. 11/12 Pay Plan. Those classes eligible for the 11/12 Pay Plan are identified in the salary schedule. The 11/12 pay plan information is denoted by either separate range codes within a class or separate class codes (see item #5 below). 

    Range Code 6, RANGE E. This range shall have the same criteria as Range Code 1, Range A with the salary for eleven months' work paid in twelve equal installments (11/12 Pay Plan).

    Range Code 7, RANGE F. This range shall have the same criteria as Range Code 2, Range B with the salary for eleven months' work paid in twelve equal installments (11/12 Pay Plan).
  5. SKILL LEVELS. Some classifications have multiple salary ranges based upon skill levels. For example, the Information Technology classes use Range Code 1, for the Foundation skill level, Range Code 2, for the Career skill level, and Range Code 3, for the Expert skill level. 10/12 and 11/12 pay plans are in separate class codes. Classifications with range codes based upon skill level may have differing overtime eligibility status. Specific range code eligibility is identified in the respective bargaining unit's salary schedule listing.

APPLICATION OF RANGE CODES for Academic Classifications.

Range code for faculty classifications typically denotes rank. For example, Instructional Faculty Class 2360 Range 5 is Professor.



A code that identifies the basis for computing an employee's Salary Total. Refer to PIMS Manual, Item 310, for additional information.

Salary Per Code Description

M

Monthly salary

D

Daily salary

H

Hourly salary

Y

Yearly salary

U

Unit salary

O
Other salary

Designates that an employee is entitled to shift differential pay on an ongoing basis

Shift Differential

Description

Y

The class is eligible for shift differential pay on an ongoing basis

N

The class is not eligible for shift differential pay


A code that identifies whether or not a class is eligible for a six-month salary increase. Special salary adjustments from the minimum of a salary range are authorized for employees who have completed six months (six monthly pay periods) of continuous and satisfactory service in those classes identified as eligible.

Value

Description

Y

Yes, class is eligible for a six month increase

N

No, class is not eligible for a six month increase


This item identifies the maximum Service Salary Increase (SSI) rate for classes with a minimum and maximum rate.


This item identifies the maximum step allowed for the automated Service Salary Increase (SSI) for classes with a step structure.


A code that identifies the status of the class and range on the Pay Scales as active or abolished for the effective date specified.

Status Code

Description

1

Active

3

Abolished

4

Abolished and reallocated

5

Abolished and split - off (Not used after 01/01/1998)


A code that identifies whether a class and range (for CMA Crusie ranges) accrues vacation credits and the rate of the accrual. For more information on Title 5 Sections, refer to California Code of Regulations web site at:http://ccr.oal.ca.gov/

Vacation Rate Code

Accrual Rate

Title 5 Section

1

Determined by length of service (See table below)

42904

2

2 days per month

42902

3

No vacation accrued

42901 & 42903

4

Determined by applicable trade letter

Trade rate procedures

Vacation Credit Per Qualifying Pay Period

Length of Qualifying Service

Credit in Days

Credit in Hours

1 month to 3 years

5/6

6-2/3

37 months to 6 years

1-1/4

10

73 months to 10 years

1-5/12

11-1/3

121 months to 15 years

1-7/12

12-2/3

181 months to 20 years

1-3/4

14

241 months to 25 years

1-11/12

15-1/3

301 months and over

2

16