Classification & Compensation

Custom Rate Plans

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Rates of Pay and Effective Dates for the Classes Listed

FARRIERS 08/28/2005 08/27/2006 08/26/2007 04/01/2008 08/24/2008 01/01/2017 09/20/2020
Farrier (E) 33.33 34.33 35.19 26.67 - 35.19 27.07 - 35.72 10.74 - 19.33 15.00 - 35.00

LOCAL #17 - Brickmasons 05/01/2015 05/01/2017 05/01/2018 05/01/2019 05/01/2020
Brickmason* (P) 31.32 31.50 31.72 32.45 33.14
Brickmason Foreman* (P) 32.82-33.32 33.08-34.65 33.31-34.89 34.07-35.70 34.80-36.45
* Brickmason/Foreman to be paid the following rates while performing/supervising tile setter duties:
31.52 31.98 32.53 33.15 33.65

** Tilesetter duties do not receive a premium rate in contracts where the Brickmason rate is above the Tilesetter rate.

Updated 05/2020

I.A.H.F.I.A.W. Local #18 - Building Heat/Frost Insulator 12/01/2009 06/01/2013 08/15/2018
Building Heat/Frost Insulator 31.14 31.23 38.70

LOCAL #26 - DRIVERS 08/17/2014 02/26/2017 08/27/2017 08/26/2018 08/25/2019 03/08/2020*
Driver (N)**

$38.93 effective 05/01/2020.

23.31 23.78 24.02 24.50 24.99 26.87
**Driver Senior Pay Group as defined by contract receives prevailing wage, -

02/26/2017

35.02

05/01/2017

36.15

05/01/208

37.06

05/01/2019

38.06

05/01/2020

38.93

Disabilities Transportation Specialist (N) 23.31 23.78 24.02 24.50 24.99 24.99
Head Disabilities Transportation Specialist (N) 24.14 24.62 24.87 25.37 25.88 25.88
Route Driver Helper (N) 21.33 21.76 21.98 22.42 22.87 22.87
Route Driver (N) 25.83 26.35 26.61 27.14 27.68 27.68
Updated 05/2020. *Per 3/8/2020 contract, only Drivers recieved increases.

LOCAL #44 - CARPENTERS* 05/01/2015 05/01/2016 05/01/2017 05/01/2018 05/01/2019 05/15/2020
Carpenter (P) 35.60 35.70 36.04 36.49 36.58 37.11
Mill Worker (P) 35.60 35.70 36.04 36.49 36.58 37.11
Furniture Restorer (P) 35.60 35.70 36.04 36.49 36.58 37.11
Carpenter Sub-Foreman (P) 37.85 37.95 38.29 38.74 38.83 39.36
Carpenter Foreman (P) 38.35 38.45 38.79 39.24 39.33 39.86
Mill Worker Foreman (P) 38.35 38.45 38.79 39.24 39.33 39.86
Furniture Restoration Supervisor (P) 38.35 38.45 38.79 39.24 39.33 39.86

Updated 05/2020

LOCAL #51 A 08/30/2015 02/26/2017 08/27/2017 08/26/2018 08/25/2019 8/23/2020
Tree Surgeon (N) 29.89 30.49 30.79 31.41 32.04 32.04
Assistant Tree Surgeon (N)
0 - 24 months 22.11 22.55 22.78 23.34 23.70 23.70
Over 24 months 23.12 23.58 23.82 24.30 24.79 24.79
LOCAL #51 B - STEAM DISTRIBUTION
Steam Distribution Operator (N)
0-12 months as SDO (without 36 months as an ASDO) - - 28.36 28.93 29.51 29.51
12-24 months as SDO (without 36 months as an ASDO) - - 29.94 30.54 31.15 31.15
Steam Distribution Operator (N) 30.59 31.20 31.51 32.14 32.78 32.78
Assistant Steam Distribution Operator Trainee (N) 18.50 18.87 19.06 19.44 19.83 19.83
Assistant Steam Distribution Operator (N)
0 - 12 months 24.47 24.96 25.21 25.71 26.22 26.22
12-24 months 27.53 28.08 28.36 28.93 29.51 29.51
After 24 months - - 29.94 30.54 31.15 31.15
LOCAL #51 C - AUTOMOTIVE MECHANICS
Automotive Technician (N)
Automotive Body Repair Technician (N)
25.22 25.72 26.08 26.60 27.13 27.13
LOCAL #51 D - WATER STATION OPERATORS
Water Station Operator (N)
0 - 18 months 19.09 19.47 19.66 20.05 20.45 20.45
After 18 months 26.28 26.81 27.08 27.62 28.17 28.17
Updated 08/2020

LOCAL #97 - ROOFERS 06/01/2016 06/01/2017 06/01/2018 06/01/2019 06/01/2020
Roofer (P) 30.50 31.05 31.60 32.70 34.18
Roofer Foreman (P)
3 - 5 member crew 32.00 32.55 33.10 34.70 36.18
6 or more member crew 32.50 33.05 33.60 35.70 37.18
Updated 06/2020

Local 119 A
Step Step Duration 11/25/2017 03/03/2018 09/01/2018 11/24/2018 08/31/2019
A 96 weeks 23.57 23.82 24.13 25.11 25.41
B 96 weeks 25.48 25.73 26.04 27.14 27.44
C 44 weeks 26.22 26.47 26.78 27.19 27.49
D 44 weeks 27.65 27.90 28.21 28.65 28.95
E 44 weeks 27.84 28.09 28.40 28.86 29.16
F 44 weeks 28.04 28.29 28.60 29.07 29.37
G 44 weeks 28.23 28.48 28.79 29.28 29.58
H 44 weeks 28.43 28.68 28.99 29.49 29.79
I 44 weeks 28.63 28.88 29.19 29.70 30.00
J 34 weeks 28.82 29.07 29.38 29.91 30.21
K 34 weeks 29.02 29.27 29.58 30.12 30.42
L 26 weeks 29.21 29.46 29.77 30.33 30.63
M 26 weeks 29.41 29.66 29.97 30.54 30.84
N 24 weeks 29.60 29.85 30.16 30.76 31.06
O - - - - 29.80 30.05 30.36 30.97 31.27
Updated 08/2019
Step Step Duration 11/25/2017 03/03/2018 09/01/2018 11/24/2018 08/31/2019
A 46 weeks 18.33 18.48 18.67 19.05 19.23
B 46 weeks 19.14 19.31 19.50 19.90 20.09
C 46 weeks 19.96 20.13 20.34 20.75 20.95
D 46 weeks 20.78 20.96 21.17 21.60 21.81
E 46 weeks 21.60 21.79 22.01 22.45 22.67
F 46 weeks 22.42 22.61 22.84 23.30 23.53
G 46 weeks 23.24 23.44 23.68 24.16 24.39
H 46 weeks 24.06 24.26 24.51 25.01 25.25
I 46 weeks 24.88 25.09 25.35 25.86 26.11
J 46 weeks 25.70 25.92 26.18 26.71 26.97
K 46 weeks 26.52 26.74 27.02 27.56 27.83
L 46 weeks 27.34 27.57 27.85 28.41 28.69
M 46 weeks 28.16 28.40 28.69 29.26 29.55
N 46 weeks 28.98 29.22 29.52 30.12 30.41
O --- 29.80 30.05 30.36 30.97 31.27

LOCAL #73 - BUILDING SERVICE WORKERS 08/03/2014 08/02/2015 02/26/2017 08/01/2017 08/01/2018 08/25/2019 8/23/2020
Maid (N)
Linen Maid (N)
0 - 2 years 13.05 13.30 13.57 13.82 14.10 14.49 $14.88
2+ years 17.86 18.11 18.47 18.72 19.09 19.48 $19.87
Building Service Worker (N)*
0 - 2 years 13.66 13.91 14.19 14.44 14.73 15.12 $15.51
2+ years 18.52 18.77 19.15 19.40 19.79 20.19 $20.58

* Plus 1.25% ($0.26/hour) shift differential based on top BSW rate for designated shifts.

Updated 08/2020

 

LOCAL #73 - FOOD SERVICE* 08/02/2015 02/26/2017 08/01/2017 08/01/2018 08/25/2019 8/23/2020
Culinary Worker II (formerly Kitchen Helper)
Food Service Cashier
Step A 13.21 13.47 13.72 13.99 14.38 14.77
Step B 15.37 15.68 15.93 16.25 16.64 17.03
Step C 17.36 17.71 17.96 18.32 18.71 19.10
Snack Bar Attendant
Step A 13.35 13.62 13.87 14.15 14.54 14.93
Step B 15.63 15.94 16.19 16.51 16.90 17.29
Step C 17.74 18.09 18.34 18.71 19.10 19.49
Culinary Worker III (formerly Cook, Second Cook (Allerton))
Step A 14.37 14.66 14.91 15.21 15.60 15.99
Step B 16.35 16.68 16.93 17.27 17.66 18.05
Step C 19.19 19.57 19.82 20.22 20.62 21.01
Culinary Worker III (Floater) (formerly Cook)
Step A 13.79 14.07 14.32 14.61 15.00 15.39
Step B 15.87 16.19 16.44 16.77 17.16 17.55
Step C 18.28 18.65 18.90 19.28 19.67 20.06
Food Service Sanitation Laborer (N)
Food Service Sanitation Laborer - Allerton House (E)
Food Service Stores Laborer (N)
Step A 13.50 13.77 14.02 14.30 14.69 15.08
Step B 15.83 16.15 16.40 16.73 17.12 17.51
Step C 18.09 18.45 18.70 19.07 19.46 19.85

 
Food Service Area Supervisor (N) 17.63 17.98 18.23 18.59 18.98 19.37
Culinary Worker IV (formerly Head Cook, First Cook (Allerton))
Step A 18.27 18.64 18.89 19.27 19.66 20.05
Step B 19.50 19.89 20.14 20.54 20.95 21.34
Step C 20.47 20.88 21.13 21.55 21.98 22.37
Laundry Worker
0 - 2 years 13.91 14.19 14.44 14.73 15.12 15.51
2+ years 18.77 19.15 19.40 19.79 20.19 20.58

* Also need Extra Help Change of Status when rates change (not retroactive)

An employee promoted within the promotional line will be moved to the higher step nearest to his/her present rate of pay.

Two (2) years creditable service time required to progress between steps.

Updated 08/2020

SEIU Local 73 Newly Accreted Classifications 08/02/2015 02/26/2017 08/01/2017 08/01/2018 08/25/2019 8/23/2020
Waiter/Waitress
0 - 2 years 10.65 10.86 11.11 11.36 11.75 12.14
More than 2 years - 4 years 11.90 12.14 12.39 12.64 13.03 13.42
Over 4 years 13.56 13.83 14.08 14.36 14.75 15.14

Updated 08/2020

 

LOCAL #143 - CEMENT FINISHERS* 05/01/2016 05/01/2017 05/01/2018 05/01/2019 05/01/2020
Cement Finisher (P) 32.26 32.60 33.16 33.76 34.16
Cement Finisher Foreman (P) 34.26 34.60 35.16 36.26 36.66
Plasterer (P) 32.05 32.35 32.85 33.43 33.43
* $1.00/hr. premium for running hand grinders.

Updated 05/2020

 

Local #149 - PLUMBERS AND PIPEFITTERS 06/01/2015 06/01/2016 06/01/2017 06/01/2018 06/01/2019 06/01/2020
Plumber (P) 40.19 41.06 41.54 43.59 44.45 46.12
Pipefitter (P) 40.19 41.06 41.54 43.59 44.45 46.12
Temperature Control Mechanic (P) 40.19 41.06 41.54 43.59 44.45 46.12
Pipefitter Sub-Foreman (P)
Plumber Sub-Foreman (P)
Temperature Control Sub-Foreman (P)
42.69 43.56 44.04 46.09 47.21 48.98
Pipefitter Foreman (P)
Plumber Foreman (P)
Temperature Control Foreman (P)
44.69 45.56 46.04 48.09 49.21 51.05
Updated 06/2020

LOCAL #218 - SHEET METAL WORKERS 06/01/2014 06/01/2015 06/01/2017 06/01/2018 06/01/2019 06/01/2020
Sheet Metal Worker (P) 35.31 35.74 36.10 36.26 37.37 38.63
Sheet Metal Sub-Foreman (P)
2 - 3 man crew 37.31 37.74 38.10 38.26 39.62 40.88
4 - 9 man crew 38.31 38.74 39.10 39.26 40.62 41.88
 
Sheet Metal Foreman (P) 40.31 40.74 41.10 41.26 42.62 43.88
Updated 06/2020

 

Local 568M (previously Local #219M) 09/01/2013 08/31/2014 02/26/2017 08/26/2018 08/25/2019 8/23/2020*
Bindery Worker I (N)
0 - 18 months 13.11 13.44 13.71 13.85 14.13 14.13
Over 18 months 14.63 15.00 15.30 15.45 15.76 15.76
Bindery Worker II (N) 24.98 25.60 26.11 26.37 26.90 26.90
Pre-Press Technician Assistant (N) 21.94 22.49 22.94 23.17 23.63 23.63
Pre-Press Technician (N) 28.92 29.64 30.23 30.53 31.14 31.14
Press Technician Assistant (N) 21.94 22.49 22.94 23.17 26.63 26.63
Press Technician (N) 28.92 29.64 30.23 30.53 31.14 31.14

2nd and 3rd shift differential is $0.50/hour for this group.

*No increase 8/23/2020 per contract.

Updated 08/2019

 

LOCAL #380 - IRONWORKERS 05/01/2016 05/01/2017 05/01/2018 05/01/2019 05/01/2020
Ironworker (P) 32.61 32.61 32.86 33.89 34.34
Ironworker Foreman (P) 34.51 34.51 34.76 35.79 36.24
Updated 05/2020

LOCAL #363 - PAINTERS 05/01/2010 05/01/2011 05/01/2014 05/01/2015 05/01/2017 09/01/2019 09/01/2020
Painter (P) 33.56 33.56 34.46 35.16 35.29 35.56 36.11
Painter Sub-Foreman (P) 35.06 35.06 35.96 36.66 36.79 37.06 37.61
Painter Foreman (P) 35.56 35.56 36.46 37.16 37.29 37.56 38.11
Updated 010/2020

Local #399 - A 02/26/2017 07/01/2017 07/01/2018 07/01/2019 07/01/2020
Steam and Power Plant I
Tier I 16.73 16.90 17.24 17.58 17.76
Tier II 20.91 21.12 21.54 21.97 22.19
Steam and Power Plant III
Tier I 29.15 29.44 30.03 30.63 30.94
Tier II 31.27 31.58 32.21 32.85 33.18
Tier III 32.31 32.63 33.28 33.95 34.29
Tier IV 35.98 36.34 37.07 37.81 38.19
Steam and Power Plant IV
Tier I 36.06 36.42 38.00 38.76 39.15
Tier II 40.76 41.17 41.99 42.83 43.26
Power Plant Mechanic
Tier I 29.15 29.44 30.03 30.63 30.94
Tier II 32.94 33.27 33.94 34.62 34.97
Power Plant Mechanic Supervisor 36.40 36.76 37.50 38.25 38.63
Instrument Technician 39.56 39.96 40.76 41.58 42.00

Updated 07/2020

 

LOCAL #399 - B 02/26/2017 07/01/2017 07/01/2018 07/01/2019 08/23/2020
Housing Maintenance Inspector (N)
1st year 25.26 25.51 26.02 26.54 26.94
After 1st year 28.86 29.15 29.73 30.32 30.77

* An employee temporarily upgraded to a Housing Maintenance Supervisor shall receive an increase of 4% per hour to his/her straight time rate.

Updated 08/2020

Local #399 - D** 07/01/2014 10/23/2016 02/26/2017 07/01/2017 07/01/2018 07/01/2019 07/01/2020 01/01/2021
Assembly Hall Attendant (N)
Research Facilities Attendant (N)
 0 - 12 months 18.67 - 19.04 19.23 19.61 20.00 20.20  
 12+ months 20.45 - 20.86 21.07 21.49 21.92 22.14  
Bowling & Billiards Center Attendant (N)
0 - 12 months No rates established
12+ months No rates established
Building Operating Engineer (N)
0 - 12 months 23.21 - 23.67 23.91 24.39 24.88 25.13  
12+ months 25.60 - 26.11 26.37 26.90 27.44 27.71  
Coin Machine Attendant (N)
0 - 12 months 15.12 - 15.42 15.57 15.88 16.20 16.36  
12+ months 15.68 - 15.99 16.15 16.47 16.80 16.97  
Coin Machine Mechanic (N)
0 - 12 months 16.40 - 16.73 16.90 17.24 17.58 17.76  
12+ months 18.13 - 18.49 18.67 19.04 19.42 19.61  
Equipment Service Worker (N)
0 - 12 months 13.35 - 13.62 13.76 14.04 14.32 14.46  
12+ months 14.38 - 14.67 14.82 15.12 15.42 15.57  
Laboratory Helper (N)
Entry rate (0 - 12 months) 9.36 9.50 9.50 9.60 9.79 9.99 10.09 11.00
One year 9.78 11.25 11.25 11.36 11.59 11.82 11.94 12.98
Two or more years - 13.00 13.00 13.13 13.39 13.66 13.80 15.06
Medical Laboratory Assistant I (N) No rates established
Medical Laboratory Assistant II (N) - - - - - - -  
0 - 12 months No rates established
12+ months No rates established
Parking Meter Mechanic I (N)
0 - 12 months 15.84 - 16.16 16.32 16.65 16.98 17.15  
12+ months 16.45 - 16.78 16.95 17.29 17.64 17.82  
Parking Meter Mechanic II (N)
0 - 12 months 18.62 - 18.99 19.18 19.56 19.95 20.15  
12+ months 19.29 - 19.68 19.88 20.28 20.69 20.90  
Properties Technician (N)
0 - 12 months No rates established
12+ months No rates established
Copy Center Operator I*(N)***
0 - 12 months 11.84 - 12.08 12.20 12.44 12.69 12.82  
12+ months 12.27 - 12.52 12.65 12.90 13.16 13.29  
Copy Center Operator II (N)***
0 - 12 months 13.25 - 13.52 13.66 13.93 14.21 14.35  
12+ months 14.20 - 14.48 14.62 14.91 15.21 15.36  
Copy Center Operator III (N)***
0 - 12 months 15.40 - 15.71 15.87 16.19 16.51 16.68  
12+ months 16.07 - 16.39 16.55 16.88 17.22 17.39  
Copy Center Operator IV (N)***
0 - 12 months 18.22 - 18.58 18.77 19.15 19.53 19.73  
12+ months 18.93 - 19.31 19.50 19.89 20.29 20.49  
Assistant Duplicating Service Supervisor (N)***
0 - 12 months 19.08 - 19.46 19.65 20.04 20.44 20.64  
12+ months 20.64 - 21.05 21.26 21.69 22.12 22.34  
Sports Equipment Supervisor (N)

0 - 12 months

19.63 - 20.02 20.22 20.62 21.03 21.24  
12+ months 20.13 - 20.53 20.74 21.15 21.57 21.79  

* After 24 months as Copy Center Operator I, such employees will be promoted to Copy Center Operator II.

** Lead Worker rate of $.50/hour above the contract "over 12 months" hourly rate, for his/her classification except for Security Guard.

*** Printing Services employees who work 3 or more hours per shift in a higher rated class will be eligible for temporary upgrade and will be paid the 0-12 month rate for the higher class.

Updated 07/2020

Local #399 - D - SECURITY GUARDS 07/01/2014 02/26/2017 07/01/2017 03/11/2018 07/01/2018 07/01/2019 07/01/2020
Security Guard (N)*
Security Guard (Allerton Park)(N)
0 - 12 months 13.16* 13.42* 13.55* 14.53 14.82 15.12 15.27
12-24 months 14.75* 15.05* 15.20* 16.26 16.59 16.92 17.09
24+ months - - - 17.87 18.23 18.59 18.78

* From 2014 to 03/10/2018, Security Guards employed at Division of Public Safety received a premium rate and different longevity schedule from other Security Guards. Effective 03/11/2018, all Security Guards receive the same rates.

** Lead Worker rate: $0.95/hour above the employee's regular rate of pay

Updated 01/2021

LOCAL #482 - THEATRICAL & STAGE EMPLOYEES 09/01/2013 07/01/2014 02/26/2017 08/27/2017 07/01/2018 07/01/2019 8/23/2020*
Assembly Hall Stagehands (N)
0 - 6 months - 20.36 20.77 20.98 21.40 21.94 21.94
6 months + - 23.25 23.72 23.96 24.44 25.05 25.05
Assembly Hall Stagehand (Extra Help) 18.25 18.71 19.08 19.27 19.66 20.15 20.15
"High Rigger" (Extra Help) 27.37 28.05 28.61 28.90 29.48 30.23 30.23
Wardrobe Personnel, Hourly 18.25 18.71 19.08 19.27 19.66 20.15 20.15
Per Performance 63.87 65.47 66.78 67.45 68.12 70.53 70.53
Yellow Card Show, In/Out 18.25 18.71 19.08 19.27 19.66 20.15 20.15
Per Performance 63.87 65.47 66.78 67.45 68.12 70.53 70.53
Non-Yellow Card Show, In/Out 18.25 18.71 19.08 19.27 19.66 20.15 20.15
Per Performance of show by contract definition 63.87 65.47 66.78 67.45 68.12 70.53 70.53
Car Loaders or Unloaders, Hourly
(railroad car) 32.29 33.10 33.76 34.10 34.78 35.65 35.65
Car Loaders or Unloaders, Hourly
(semi-trailer) 23.66 24.25 24.74 24.99 25.49 26.13 26.13

*No Campus Wage Program 8/23/2020

Updated 08/2020

 

Local #601 - ELECTRICIANS 01/07/2016 06/02/2016 01/05/2017 06/01/2017 03/01/2018 03/01/2019 03/01/2020
Electrician (P) 37.63 37.96 38.57 39.09 40.16 41.39 42.48
Electrician Sub-Foreman (P) 39.63 39.96 40.57 41.09 42.56 43.87 45.03
Electrician Foreman (P) 41.63 41.96 42.57 43.09 44.17 45.53 46.73
Crafts and Trades General Foreman
(Electrician General Foreman) (E)
43.63 43.96 44.57 45.09 46.17 47.53 48.73
Updated 03/2020

LOCAL #601 A - BROADCASTING ENGINEERS 08/19/2012 09/01/2013 08/31/2014 02/26/2017 08/27/2017 08/26/2018 08/25/2019 8/23/2020
Broadcasting Engineer (N) 25.39 26.09 26.74 27.27 27.54 28.09 28.65 28.94
Instructional Media Systems Technician * (N) 27.09 27.83 28.53 29.10 29.39 29.98 30.58 30.89
Communications Technician I (N)
0 - 6 months 15.82 16.26 16.67 17.00 17.17 17.51 17.86 18.04
7 - 12 months 16.14 16.58 17.00 17.34 17.51 17.86 18.22

18.40

13 months plus 16.45 16.90 17.32 17.67 17.85 18.21 18.57 18.76
Communications Technician II (N)
0 - 12 months 20.75 21.32 21.85 22.29 22.51 23.42** 23.89 24.13
13 months plus 21.16 21.74 22.28 22.73 22.96
Communications Technician III (N)
0 - 12 months 24.00 24.66 25.28 25.79 26.05 28.16** 28.72 29.01
13 - 24 months 24.59 25.27 25.90 26.42 26.68
25 - 36 months 25.08 25.77 26.41 26.94 27.21
37 months plus 25.45 26.15 26.80 27.34 27.61
Television Broadcast Equip. Operator (N) 13.07 13.43 13.77 14.05 14.19 14.47 14.76 14.91

A Broadcast Engineer, Communications Technician III, or TV Broadcast Equipment Operator, when assigned by management the duties of supervising, instructing, and assigning work earns $1.30/hour premium.

* Work week changed to 37.5 hours, effective March 28, 2004.

** Effective 08/26/2018 this classification has a single rate.

Updated 08/2020

 

Local #698 - GROUP A - Laboratory Mechanics 08/31/2014 02/26/2017 08/27/2017 08/28/2018 08/25/2019 05/03/2020* 8/23/2020
Assistant Laboratory Mechanic (N)
0 - 12 months - - - - - 15.14 15.33
Over 12 months - - - - - 16.50 16.71
Laboratory Mechanic (N) 30.89 31.51 31.83 32.47 33.12 33.12 33.53
Senior Laboratory Mechanic (N) 35.51 36.22 36.58 37.31 38.06 38.06 38.54
Instrument Maker (N) 40.04 40.84 41.25 42.08 42.92 42.92 43.46

*Assistant Laboratory Mechanic established on 5/3/2020.

Updated 08/2020

 

LOCAL #698 - GROUP B - AGRICULTURE
Level I 08/31/2014 02/26/2017 08/27/2017 08/26/2018 08/25/2019 8/23/2020
Laboratory Animal Caretaker (N)
0 - 12 months 17.48 17.83 18.01 18.37 18.74 18.97
Over 12 months 19.98 20.38 20.58 20.99 21.41 21.68
Level II
Agricultural Gardener (N)
Assistant Agricultural Research Technician** (N)
Assistant Agricultural Research Technician** Pike County (E)
Dairy & Food Plant Attendant (N)
Laboratory Animal Care Technician (N)
0 - 12 months 17.94 18.30 18.48 18.85 19.23 19.47
Over 12 months 22.35 22.80 23.03 23.49 23.96 24.26
Level III
Agricultural Gardener Foreman (N)
Associate Agricultural Research Technician** (N)
Laboratory Animal Care Specialist (N)
0 - 12 months 20.68 21.09 21.30 21.73 22.16 22.44
Over 12 months 24.34 24.83 25.08 25.58 26.09 26.42
Level IV
Senior Agricultural Research Technician (N)
0 - 12 months 21.59 22.02 22.24 22.68 23.13 23.42
Over 12 months 25.56 26.07 26.33 26.86 27.40 27.74

** Change in Title effective April 15, 2010.

For Assistant Agricultural Research Technician Employees in Group B; when an employee is assigned to begin a shift between 1:00 a.m. and 4:29 a.m., the employee will be paid a differential of $.30 per hour for all hours worked

Updated 08/2020

 

LOCAL #698 - GROUP C - STORES 08/31/2014 02/26/2017 08/27/2017 08/26/2018 08/25/2019 8/23/2020
Storekeeper I (N)
0 - 15 months 18.42 18.79 18.98 19.36 19.75 20.00
Over 15 months 20.33 20.74 20.95 21.37 21.80 22.07
Storekeeper II (N)
0 - 15 months 20.59 21.00 21.21 21.63 22.06 22.34
Over 15 months 21.80 22.24 22.46 22.91 23.37 23.66
Storekeeper III (N)
0 - 15 months 22.65 23.10 23.33 23.80 24.28 24.58
Over 15 months 24.52 25.01 25.26 25.77 26.29 26.62
Updated 08/2020

LOCAL #698 - GROUP D - LABORER-ELECTRICIANS 08/31/2014 02/26/2017 08/27/2017 08/26/2018 08/25/2019 8/23/2020
Laborer-Electrician (N)
0 - 12 months 17.82 18.18 18.36 18.73 19.10 19.34
Over 12 months 21.73 22.16 22.37 22.83 23.29 23.58
Mailing Equipment Operator/Expeditor III
Entry rate
Over 2 years
Over 4 years
Over 6 years
16.58
16.91
17.25
17.43
16.91
17.25
17.60
17.78
17.08
17.42
17.78
17.96
17.42
17.77
18.14
18.32
17.77
18.13
18.50
18.69

17.99
18.36
18.73
18.92

Multimedia Communications Associate
Entry rate
Over 2 years
Over 4 years
Over 6 years
13.99
14.27
14.56
14.70
14.27
14.56
14.85
14.99
14.41
14.71
15.00
15.14
14.70
15.00
15.30
15.44
14.99
15.30
15.61
15.75
15.18
15.49
15.81
15.95
Multimedia Operator
Entry rate
Over 2 years
Over 4 years
Over 6 years
11.96
12.20
12.44
12.57
12.20
12.44
12.69
12.82
12.32
12.56
12.82
12.95
12.57
12.81
13.08
13.21
12.82
13.07
13.34
13.47
12.98
13.23
13.51
13.64
Multimedia Technician
Entry rate
Over 2 years
Over 4 years
Over 6 years
15.38
15.68
16.00
16.32
15.69
15.99
16.32
16.65
15.85
16.15
16.48
16.82
16.17
16.47
16.81
17.16
16.49
16.80
17.15
17.50
16.70
17.01
17.36
17.72
Safety/Environmental Compliance Specialist
Entry rate
Over 2 years
Over 4 years
Over 6 years
21.10
21.53
21.96
22.40
21.52
21.96
22.40
22.85
21.74
22.18
22.62
23.08
22.17
22.62
23.07
23.54
22.61
23.07
23.53
24.01

22.89
23.36
23.82
24.31

Building Mechanic
0 - 12 months
Over 12 months
19.58
21.72
19.97
22.15
20.17
22.37
20.57
22.82

20.98
23.28

21.24
23.57
Updated 8/2020

 

Local #698 - Group E - HISTOLOGISTS 08/31/2014 02/26/2017 08/27/2017 08/26/2018 08/25/2019 8/23/2020
Histology Technician I (N)
0-12 months 15.67 15.98 16.14 16.46 16.79 17.00
Over 12 months 16.67 17.00 17.17 17.51 17.86 18.08
Histology Technician II (N)
0-12 months 18.80 19.18 19.37 19.76 20.16 20.41
Over 12 months 19.75 20.15 20.35 20.76 21.18 21.44
Histology Technologist (N)
0 - 12 months 23.18 23.64 23.88 24.36 24.85 25.16
Over 12 months 25.28 25.79 26.05 26.57 27.10 27.44
Updated 8/2020

LOCAL #698 - Group F
ALLERTON PARK
09/01/2013 08/31/2014 02/26/2017 08/27/2017 08/26/2018 08/25/2019 8/23/2020
Building Mechanic (N)
0-12 months 15.26 15.64 15.95 20.17 20.57 20.98 21.24
Over 12 months - - - 22.37 22.82 23.28 23.57
Maintenance Worker (N)(E)
0 - 6 months* 22.76 23.33 23.80 24.04 24.65 25.15 25.47
Over 6 months 22.91 23.48 23.95 24.19 24.80 25.30 25.62
Park Attendant (N)
0 - 6 months* 21.70 22.25 22.70 22.93 23.49 23.96 24.26
Over 6 months 21.85 22.40 22.85 23.08 23.64 24.11 24.41
Park Supervisor (N) 23.30 23.88 24.36 24.60 25.21 25.71 26.03

* The starting rate (0-6 months) for Park Attendant and Maintenance Worker shall be $.15 per hour less than the rate listed for that specific class. The starting rate shall apply for the first six (6) months of service.

Updated 08/2020

 

Local #698 - Group G 08/31/2014 01/01/2016 02/26/2017 08/27/2017 08/26/2018 08/25/2019 05/03/2020 08/23/2020
Central Sterile Supply Technician (N)
Medical Assistant (N)
1st Step* 16.95 - 17.29 17.46 17.81 18.17 18.17 18.40
2nd Step* 17.82 - 18.18 18.36 18.73 19.10 19.10 19.34
3rd Step** 18.67 - 19.04 19.23 19.61 20.00 20.00 20.25
4th Step 19.57 - 19.96 20.16 20.56 20.97 20.97 21.23
Medical Assistant (Credentialed/Certified)
1st Step* - - - - - 19.08 19.62 19.87
2nd Step* - - - - - 20.06 20.60 20.86
3rd Step** - - - - - 21.00 21.57 21.84
4th Step - - - - - 22.02 22.63 22.91
Updated 08/2020
Medical Laboratory Technician II
Entry rate
Over 2 years
Over 4 years
Over 6 years
13.99
14.27
14.56
14.70
- 14.27
14.56
14.85
14.99
14.41
14.71
15.00
15.14

14.70
15.00
15.30
15.44

14.99
15.30
15.61
15.75

14.99
15.30
15.61
15.75
15.18
15.49
15.81
15.95
Medical Technologist I (N)
1st Step* 20.42 - 20.83 21.04 21.46 21.89 21.89 22.16
2nd Step* 21.86 - 22.30 22.52 22.97 23.43 23.43 23.72
3rd Step* 23.29 - 23.76 24.00 24.48 24.97 24.97 25.28
4th Step* 24.73 - 25.22 25.47 25.98 26.50 26.50 26.83
5th Step* 26.15 - 26.67 26.94 27.48 28.03 28.03 28.38
6th Step* 27.57 - 28.12 28.40 28.97 29.55 29.55 29.92
7th Step 29.00 - 29.58 29.88 30.48 31.09 31.09 31.48
Licensed Practical Nurse I (N) 16.58 - - - - - - -
Licensed Practical Nurse II (N) 08/31/2014 01/01/2016 02/26/2017 08/27/2017 08/26/2018 08/25/2019 05/03/2020 08/23/2020
0 - 24 months 18.70 18.90 19.28 19.47 19.86 20.26 20.26 20.51
Over 24 months 20.58 20.75 21.17 21.38 21.81 22.25 22.25 22.53

Medical Technologists who are on-call on Saturday will be paid $2.00 per hour from 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Medical Technologists who are called in on Saturday, Sunday or a holiday will receive a minimum of two (2) hours pay at time-and-one-half their regular hourly rate of pay (see contract).

Nursing Assistants, Licensed Practical Nurses, Medical Assistants and Medical Technologist (excluding those on irregular or temporary appointments) assigned to the 3:30 p.m. - 12:00 midnight or 11:30 p.m. - 8:00 a.m. shall receive a shift differential of $.45 per hour for all hours worked after 3:30 p.m. (see contract).

Employees in Group G (excluding those on irregular or temporary appointments) who work weekends (12:01 a.m. Saturday until midnight Sunday) shall receive a weekend differential of $1.00 per hour. (effective 08/29/2004)

* 12 months required to progress to next step

** 24 additional months required to progress from step three to step four

Updated 08/020

LOCAL #698 - GROUP G - NURSES** 08/31/2014 01/01/2016 02/26/2017 08/27/2017 08/26/2018 08/25/2019 08/23/2020
Staff Nurse I (N)*
0 - 12 months 23.19 23.64 24.11 24.35 24.84 25.34 25.66
13 - 24 months 24.47 24.85 25.35 25.60 26.11 26.63 26.96
25 - 36 months 25.77 26.02 26.54 26.81 27.35 27.90 28.25
37 - 48 months 27.03 27.28 27.83 28.11 28.67 29.24 29.61
49 - 60 months 28.29 28.56 29.13 29.42 30.01 30.61 30.99
Over 60 months 29.59 29.85 30.45 30.75 31.37 32.00 32.40
Over 96 months service time accrued at McKinley Hospital 30.88 31.15 31.77 32.09 32.73 33.38 33.80
Staff Nurse II (N)
0-12 months 32.24 - 32.88 33.21 33.87 34.55 34.98
Over 12 months 32.85 - 33.51 33.85 34.53 35.22 35.66
Nursing Assistant (N)*
0 - 12 months 11.50 - 11.73 11.85 - - -
13 - 24 months 11.77 - 12.01 12.13 - - -
25 - 36 months 12.18 - 12.42 12.54 - - -
37 - 48 months 12.54 - 12.79 12.92 - - -
49 - 60 months 12.74 - 12.99 13.12 - - -
Over 60 months 13.00 - 13.26 13.39 - - -
Over 120 months service time accrued at McKinley Hospital 13.05 - 13.31 13.44 - - -

* Starting salaries should not be less than the 0-12 months rate and may not be greater than the 49-60 months rate. (See contract for details in all cases.)

A Staff Nurse who is oriented to the charge function, and who is assigned charge responsibilities at any time will be paid a charge differential of fifty cents ($.50) per hour provided the assignment is at least one hour.

Staff Nurses (excluding those on irregular or temporary appointments) assigned to the 3:30 p.m. - 12:00 midnight or 11:30 p.m. - 8:00 a.m. shall receive a shift differential of $.60 per hour for all hours worked after 3:30 p.m. (see contract).

Nursing Assistants, Licensed Practical Nurses, Medical Assistants and Medical Technologist (excluding those on irregular or temporary appointments) assigned to the 3:30 p.m. - 12:00 midnight or 11:30 p.m. - 8:00 a.m. shall receive a shift differential of $.45 per hour for all hours worked after 3:30 p.m. (see contract).

Employees in Group G (excluding those on irregular or temporary appointments) who work weekends (12:01 a.m. Saturday until midnight Sunday) shall receive a weekend differential of $1.00 per hour (see contract). (effective 08/29/2004)

Updated 08/2020

 

LOCAL #698 - GROUP H - LIBRARY TECHNICAL ASSISTANTS* 08/31/2014 01/01/2016 02/26/2017 08/27/2017 08/26/2018 08/25/2019 08/23/2020
Library Specialist (N)
0 - 4 years 19.02 - 19.40 19.59 19.98 20.38 20.63
Over 4 years 21.54 - 21.97 22.19 22.63 23.08 23.37
Senior Library Specialist (N)
0-4 years 23.77 23.77 24.25 24.49 24.98 25.48 25.80
Over 4 years 23.98 24.01 24.49 24.73 25.22 25.72 26.04
Library Operations Associate
Group A
Group B
Group C
Group D
Group E
Group F
24.60
25.06
26.49
28.70
31.33
35.33
- 25.09
25.56
27.02
29.27
31.96
36.04
-
25.82
27.29
29.56
32.28
-
-
26.34
27.84
30.15
32.93
-
-
26.87
28.40
30.75
33.59
-
-
27.21
28.76
31.13
34.01
-

* When an employee in Group H is promoted to a higher classification within the promotional line, he/she will be placed on the beginning rate in the higher classification or receive a 4% increase in his/her basic straight hourly rate, whichever produces the higher hourly rate of pay.

** New longevity increase for employees with 4+ years as Senior Library Specialist

Updated 08/2020

 

LOCAL #698 - GROUP I - COMPUTER OPERATORS 08/31/2014 02/26/2017 08/27/2017 08/26/2018 08/25/2019 8/23/2020
Digital Computer Operator I (N)
0 - 15 months 15.11 15.41 15.56 15.87 16.19 16.39
Over 15 months 17.29 17.64 17.82 18.18 18.54 18.77
Digital Computer Operator II (N)
0 - 24 months 17.66 18.01 18.19 18.55 18.92 19.16
Over 24 months 20.77 21.19 21.40 21.83 22.27 22.55
Digital Computer Operator III (N)
0 - 24 months 21.83 22.27 22.49 22.94 23.40 23.69
Over 24 months 24.95 25.45 25.70 26.21 26.73 27.06

A differential of $.25 per hour will be paid for evening shift work. A differential of $.35 per hour will be paid for night shift work.

Computer System Operations Specialist I (N)*
0 - 24 months 18.34 18.71 18.90 19.28 19.67 19.92
Over 24 months 20.54 20.95 21.16 21.58 22.01 22.29
Computer System Operations Specialist II (N)*
0 - 24 months 26.56 27.09 27.36 27.91 28.47 28.83
Over 24 months 28.53 29.10 29.39 29.98 30.58 30.96
*40 hour workweek effective February 23, 1997.
Microcomputer Support Specialist I
Entry rate
Over 2 years
Over 4 years
Over 6 years
17.39
17.74
18.10
18.46
17.74
18.09
18.46
18.83
17.92
18.27
18.64
19.02
18.28
18.64
19.01
19.40
18.65
19.01
19.39
19.79
18.88
19.25
19.63
20.04
Microcomputer Support Specialist II
Entry rate
Over 2 years
Over 4 years
Over 6 years
  18.75
19.69
20.63
21.56
19.13
20.08
21.04
21.99
19.51
20.48
21.46
22.43
19.75
20.74
21.73
22.71
Updated 08/2020

 

Local #698 - Group J - NATURAL SCIENCE TECHNICAL ASSISTANTS 08/31/2014 02/26/2017 08/27/2017 08/26/2018 08/25/2019 08/23/2020
Natural Science Technical Assistant (N)
0 - 12 months 25.90 26.42 26.68 27.21 27.75 28.10
Over 12 months 27.80 28.36 28.64 29.21 29.79 30.16
Natural Science Laboratory Assistant I (N)
0 - 12 months 18.02 18.38 18.56 18.93 19.31 19.55
Over 12 months 20.53 20.94 21.15 21.57 22.00 22.28
Natural Science Laboratory Assistant II (N)
0 - 12 months 20.03 20.43 20.63 21.04 21.46 21.73
Over 12 months 22.01 22.45 22.67 23.12 23.58 23.87
Natural Science Laboratory Assistant III (N)
0 - 12 months 21.99 22.43 22.65 23.10 23.56 23.85
Over 12 months 24.77 25.27 25.52 26.03 26.55 26.88

Updated 08/2020

 

LOCAL #698 - GROUP L - DIXON SPRINGS 08/31/2014 02/26/2017 08/27/2017 08/26/2018 08/25/2019 08/23/2020
Assistant Agricultural Research Technician (N)**
Agricultural Gardener (N)
0 - 12 months 18.69 19.06 19.25 19.64 20.03 20.28
Over 12 months 21.02 21.44 21.65 22.08 22.52 22.80
Building Mechanic (N)
Farm Mechanic (N)
0 - 12 months 19.58 19.97 20.17 20.57 20.98 21.24
Over 12 months 21.72 22.15 22.37 22.82 23.28 23.57
Automotive Technician (N)
0 - 12 months 21.45 21.88 22.10 22.54 22.99 23.28
Over 12 months 22.55 23.00 23.23 23.69 24.16 24.46
Garage Foreman (N)
0 - 12 months 22.91 23.37 23.60 24.07 24.55 24.86
Over 12 months 24.06 24.54 24.79 25.29 25.80 26.12
Agricultural Gardener Foreman (N)
Building Mechanic Foreman (N)
Associate Agricultural Research Technician (N)**
0 - 12 months 20.94 21.36 21.57 22.00 22.44 22.72
Over 12 months 22.91 23.37 23.60 24.07 24.55 24.86
Crops Testing Technician (N)(E)***
0 - 12 months 21.36 21.79 22.01 22.45 22.90 23.19
Over 12 months 22.42 22.87 23.10 23.56 24.03 24.33

** Change in Title effective April 15, 2010

*** Includes Established rate for employee(s) previously classified as Field Worker (Brownstown-Fay City)

Employees assigned a shift which requires a majority of hours worked to occur after 4:00 p.m. and before 6:00 a.m. shall be paid a differential of $.25 per hour for all hours worked on shift.

Updated 08/2020

 

LOCAL #698 - GROUP M TELEPHONE OPERATORS
Telephone Operator I (N) 08/31/2014 02/26/2017 08/27/2017 08/26/2018 08/25/2019 08/23/2020
0 - 24 months 13.56 13.83 13.97 14.25 14.54 14.72
Over 24 months 16.63 16.96 17.13 17.47 17.82 18.04
Communications Network Specialist II
Entry rate
Over 2 years
Over 4 years
Over 6 years
23.24
23.70
24.18
24.66
23.70
24.17
24.66
25.15
23.94
24.41
24.91
25.40
24.42
24.90
25.41
25.91
24.91
25.40
25.92
26.43
25.22
25.72
26.24
26.76
Communications Services Specialist I
Entry rate
Over 2 years
Over 4 years
Over 6 years
17.39
17.74
18.10
18.46
17.74
18.09
18.46
18.83
17.92
18.27
18.64
19.02
18.28
18.64
19.01
19.40
18.65
19.01
19.39
19.79
18.88
19.25
19.63
20.04
Updated 08/2020

 

LOCAL #698 - GROUP N
DUPLICATING MACHINE OPERATORS
08/31/2014 02/26/2017 08/27/2017 08/26/2018 08/25/2019 08/23/2020
Duplicating Machine Operator I (N)
0 - 12 months 14.43 14.72 14.87 15.17 15.47 15.66
Over 12 months 17.69 18.04 18.22 18.58 18.95 19.19
Duplicating Machine Operator II (N)
0 - 12 months 16.59 16.92 17.09 17.43 17.78 18.00
Over 12 months 20.89 21.31 21.52 21.95 22.39 22.67
Duplicating Machine Operator III (N)
0 - 12 months 17.94 18.30 18.48 18.85 19.23 19.47
Over 12 months 22.87 23.33 23.56 24.03 24.51 24.82
Offset Press Technician (N)
0 - 12 months 17.94 18.30 18.48 18.85 19.23 19.47
Over 12 months 22.87 23.33 23.56 24.03 24.51 24.82
Updated 08/2020

 

LOCAL #698 - GROUP P 08/31/2014 02/26/2017 08/27/2017 08/26/2018 08/25/2019 08/23/2020
Crops Testing Technician (N)
0 - 12 months 22.69 23.14 23.37 23.84 24.32 24.62
Over 12 months 23.81 24.29 24.53 25.02 25.52 25.84
Crops Testing Specialist (N)
0 - 12 months 24.87 25.37 25.62 26.13 26.65 26.98
Over 12 months 26.10 26.62 26.89 27.43 27.98 28.33
Updated 08/2020

Local #698 - Group Q
Automotive Technician Assistant (N) 08/31/2014 02/26/2017 08/27/2017 08/26/2018 08/25/2019 08/23/2020
0 - 12 months 16.93 17.27 17.44 17.79 18.15 18.38
Over 12 months 20.83 21.25 21.46 21.89 22.33 22.61
Automotive Parts Manager (N)* 23.18 23.64 23.88 24.36 24.85 25.16

Employees in Group Q will be paid a 7% differential for time spent while performing maintenance/repair on a vehicle for which a CDL is required.

Updated 08/2020

 

Local #698 - Group R 08/31/2014 02/26/2017 08/27/2017 02/25/2018 08/26/2018 08/25/2019 08/23/2020
Aircraft Maintenance Mechanic Helper (N) 14.35 14.64 14.79 - 15.09 15.39 15.58
Crash Rescue Security Specialist (N)*
0 - 6 months 16.33 16.66 16.83 18.25 18.62 18.99 19.23
Over 6 months 18.43 18.80 18.99 20.50 20.91 21.33 21.60
Crash Rescue Security Coordinator (N)* 19.80 20.20 20.40 22.00 22.44 22.89 23.18

Minimum hourly rate - no further progression.

*42 hour workweek effective January 25, 1998.

Master Aircraft & Aircraft Engine Mechanic (N)
0 - 6 months 22.43 22.88 23.11 - 23.57 24.04 24.34
Over 6 months 26.10 26.62 26.89 - 27.43 27.98 28.33

A shift differential of $0.17 per hour will be paid for a shift which commences at 3:00 p.m. through 10:59 p.m.

A shift differential of $0.25 per hour will be paid for a shift which commences at 11:00 p.m. through 5:59 a.m.

Senior Aircraft Maintenance Mechanic (N) 22.30 22.75 22.98 - 23.44 23.91 24.21
Updated 08/2020

 

LOCAL #698 - GROUP S 08/24/2008 08/21/2011 08/19/2012 09/01/2013 08/31/2014 02/26/2017 08/27/2017 08/26/2018 08/25/2019 08/23/2020
Locker Room Attendant(N)
Employed prior to 09/01/71 21.52 22.17 22.72 - - - - - - -
Employed after 09/01/71
0 - 12 months 16.21 16.70 17.11 17.58 18.02 18.38 18.56 18.93 19.31 19.55
Over 12 months 18.46 19.01 19.49 20.03 20.53 20.94 21.15 21.57 22.00 22.28
Intercollegiate Athletics Equipment Specialist (N)
0 - 12 months 16.21 16.70 17.11 17.58 18.02 18.38 18.56 18.93 19.31 19.55
Over 12 months 18.46 19.01 19.49 20.03 20.53 20.94 21.15 21.57 22.00 22.28
Updated 08/2020

 

Local #698 - GROUP T 08/31/2014 01/01/2016 02/26/2017 08/27/2017 08/26/2018 05/19/2019 08/25/2019 08/23/2020
Physician's Assistant in Medicine
Nurse Practitioner (N)
0 - 24 months 37.62 37.95 38.71 39.10 39.88 44.88 45.78 46.35
25 - 48 months 38.64 38.95 39.73 40.13 40.93 45.93 46.85 47.44
Over 48 months 39.71 39.95 40.75 41.16 41.98 46.98 47.92 48.52

Nurse Practitioners who are operating in the charge function and are assigned charge responsibilities at anytime will receive an hourly differential of $.60 per hour provided assignment is at least one hour.

Updated 08/2020

 

Local #698 - Group U 08/31/2014 02/26/2017 08/27/2017 08/26/2018 08/25/2019 08/23/2020
Theatrical Stitchers (N) 13.69 13.96 14.10 15.10 15.40 15.59
Updated 08/2020

 

Local 698 Group V 08/31/2014 02/26/2017 08/27/2017 08/26/2018 08/25/2019 08/23/2020
Medical Radiographer Technologist II 23.29 23.76 24.00 24.48 24.97 25.28
Magnetic Resonance Imaging Technologist
Medical Radiography Specialist
Entry rate
Over 2 years
Over 4 years
Over 6 years
18.66
19.02
19.40
19.79
19.03
19.40
19.79
20.19
19.22
19.59
19.99
20.39
19.60
19.98
20.39
20.80
19.99
20.38
20.80
21.22
20.24
20.63
21.06
21.49
Updated 08/2020

Local 698 Group W 10/16/2012
Accretion Range (Min. - Max.)
08/31/2014 01/01/2016 02/26/2017 08/27/2017 08/26/2018 08/25/2019 08/23/2020
Veterinary Assistant+ 10.36 - 18.54 10.91 - 18.54 10.91 - 18.54 11.13 - 18.54 11.24 - 18.54 11.46 - 18.54 11.69 - 18.54 11.84 - 18.54
Veterinary Technician 14.55 - 27.13 15.32 - 27.13 15.65 - 27.13 15.96 - 27.13 16.12 - 27.13 17.08 - 27.13 18.04 - 27.13 19.00 - 27.13
Veterinary Technician I* 16.52 - 31.37 17.39 - 31.37 17.39 - 31.37 17.74 - 31.37 17.92 - 31.37 18.91 - 31.37 19.91 - 31.37 20.90 - 31.37
Veterinary Technician II** 18.19 - 35.96 19.16 - 35.96 19.16 - 35.96 19.54 - 35.96 19.74 - 35.96 20.79 - 35.96 21.85 - 35.96 22.90 - 35.96
Veterinary Technician III*** 19.09 - 37.71 20.10 - 37.71 21.07 - 37.71 21.49 - 37.71 21.70 - 37.71 22.80 - 37.71 23.90 - 37.71 25.00 - 37.71

Change in Title effective 10/01/2014 combined former titles:

* Veterinary Technician (Anesthesiology) I
*
Veterinary Technician (Medicine) I
*
Veterinary Technician (Ophthalmology) I
*
Veterinary Technician (Surgery) I

** Veterinary Technician (Anesthesiology) II
**
Veterinary Technician (Medicine) II
**
Veterinary Technician (Ophthalmology) II
**
Veterinary Technician (Surgery) II

*** Veterinary Technician (Medicine) III

+Veterinary Assistants located in Chicago have a salary minimum of $15.00/hr effective 10/4/2020 per signed MOU.

Updated 10/2020

Local 698 Newly Accreted Classifications Date of Accretion Accretion Range
(Minimum - Maximum)
09/01/2013 forward
Communications Network Specialist II 06/11/2012 22.06 - 43.59 See 698M
Communications Services Specialist I 06/11/2012 16.52 - 31.37 See 698M
Mailing Equipment Operator/Expeditor III 06/11/2012 15.75 - 29.91 See 698D
Medical Laboratory Technician II 09/14/2012 13.28 - 24.73 See 698G
Medical Radiography Specialist 02/15/2012 16.52 - 31.37 See 698V
Microcomputer Support Specialist I 06/11/2012 16.52 - 31.37 See 698I
Multimedia Communication Associate 02/15/2012 13.28 - 24.73 See 698D
Multimedia Operator 09/17/2012 11.36 - 20.36 See 698D
Multimedia Technician 09/17/2012 14.55 - 27.13 See 698D
Safety Officer II 02/15/2012 20.04 - 39.58 See 698D
Veterinary Assistant 07/11/2013 See 698W
Veterinary Technician 10/16/2012 See 698W
Veterinary Technician (Anesthesiology) I 10/16/2012 See 698W
Veterinary Technician (Anesthesiology) II 10/16/2012 See 698W
Veterinary Technician (Medicine) I 10/16/2012 See 698W
Veterinary Technician (Medicine) II 10/16/2012 See 698W
Veterinary Technician (Medicine) III 10/16/2012 See 698W
Veterinary Technician (Ophthalmology) I 10/16/2012 See 698W
Veterinary Technician (Ophthalmology) II 10/16/2012 See 698W
Veterinary Technician (Surgery) I 10/16/2012 See 698W
Veterinary Technician (Surgery) II 10/16/2012 See 698W
These rates were effective while the affected classifications were under negotiation. The listed rates are the ranges from the open range grade each classification was previously connected to. All rates should be reviewed with SHR Classification & Salary.

Updated 04/2014

 

LOCAL #703 - CONSTRUCTION LABORERS 05/01/2015 05/01/2016 05/01/2018 05/01/2019 05/01/2020
Construction Laborer (P)
Building Agreement 28.92 - 31.42 29.06 - 31.56 29.62 - 32.12 29.87 - 32.37 29.99 - 32.49
Heavy Highway Agreement 30.31 - 31.06 30.65 - 31.40 31.72 - 32.47 32.22 - 32.97 32.59 - 33.34
Construction Laborer Sub-Foreman (P)*
Building Agreement 30.17 - 32.67 30.31 - 32.81 30.87 - 33.37 31.12 - 33.62 31.24 - 33.74
Heavy Highway Agreement 32.06 32.40 33.47 33.97 34.34
Construction Laborer Foreman (P)**
Building Agreement 32.17 - 34.67 32.31 - 34.81 32.87 - 35.37 33.12 - 35.62 33.24 - 35.74
Heavy Highway Agreement 33.06 33.40 34.47 34.62 35.34

* Foreman differential in downtown contract.

** General Foreman differential in downtown contract.

Updated 05/2020

 

LOCAL #703* 08/30/2015 08/28/2016 08/13/2017 08/26/2018 08/25/2019 8/23/2020
Groundsworker (N)
0 - 12 months 15.46 15.61 15.77 16.09 16.41 16.57
Over 12 months 21.11 21.32 21.53 21.96 22.40 22.62
Grounds Equipment Mechanic (N)
0 - 24 months 21.47 21.68 21.90 22.34 22.79 23.02
Over 24 months 23.92 24.16 24.40 24.89 25.39 25.64
Grounds Gardener (N)
0 - 12 months 22.18 22.40 22.62 23.07 23.53 23.77
Over 12 months 22.60 22.83 23.06 23.52 23.99 24.23
Athletic Facilities Attendant** (N)
0 - 12 months 15.83 15.99 16.15 16.47 16.80 16.97
Over 12 months 21.67 21.89 22.11 22.55 23.00 23.23
** Athletic Facilities Attendant who performs as "Lead Worker" shall receive $0.55 per hour for all hours worked in addition to base straight time hourly rate.
Mailing Equipment Operator/Expeditor I (N)
0 - 12 months 12.59 12.72 12.85 13.11 13.37 13.50
Over 12 months 12.88 13.01 13.14 13.40 13.67 13.81
Mailing Equipment Operator/Expeditor II (N)
0 - 24 months 15.66 15.82 15.98 16.30 16.63 16.80
25 - 60 months 15.80 15.96 16.12 16.44 16.77 16.94
Over 60 months 16.49 16.65 16.82 17.16 17.50 17.68
Parking Services Agent I* (N)
0 - 12 months Rates not negotiated 14.38 14.67 14.82
Over 12 months Rates not negotiated 16.18 16.50 16.67
Parking Services Agent II** (N) 17.28 17.45 17.62 17.97 18.33 18.51
Airport Mechanic (N)
0 - 12 months 22.67 22.90 23.13 23.59 24.06 24.30
Over 12 months 28.32 28.60 28.89 29.47 30.06 30.36

*: Previously Parking Services Assistant prior to series revision.

**: Previously Parking Services Technician prior to series revision.

Updated 08/2020

 

LOCAL #841 - OPERATING ENGINEERS 04/01/2014 04/01/2015 04/01/2017 04/01/2018 04/01/2019 04/01/2020
Operative Crane Engineer (P) 39.45 39.60 41.00 42.00 42.65 43.25
Operating Engineer (P) 38.95 38.95 40.00 41.00 41.65 42.25
Operating Engineer Foreman (P) 40.95 40.95 42.50 43.50 44.15 44.75
Assistant Operating Engineer (P)   24.75 25.35 25.90 26.55 27.15
 

 

LOCAL #1000 - MACHINISTS 08/31/2014 02/26/2017 08/27/2017 08/26/2018 08/25/2019 8/23/2020
Senior Tool Room Attendant (N) 25.60 26.11 26.37 26.90 27.44 27.44
Tool Room Attendant (N) 21.83 22.27 22.49 22.94 23.40 23.40
Locksmith (N)
Machinist (N)
28.84 29.42 29.71 30.96 32.21 33.46
Tool & Instrument Mechanic (N)
Tool Room Supervisor (N)
Locksmith Sub-Foreman (N)
32.63 33.28 33.61 34.36 35.11 35.86
Intern - Locksmith or Machinist (N)
1st 6 months 20.19 20.59 20.80 21.67 22.55 23.42
2nd 6 months 21.06 21.48 21.69 22.60 23.51 24.43
3rd 6 months 21.92 22.36 22.58 23.53 24.48 25.43
4th 6 months 22.80 23.26 23.49 24.46 25.45 26.43
5th 6 months 23.66 24.13 24.37 25.39 26.41 27.44
6th 6 months 24.52 25.01 25.26 26.32 27.38 28.44
7th 6 months 25.38 25.89 26.15 27.24 28.34 29.44
8th 6 months 26.26 26.79 27.06 28.17 29.31 30.45
Updated 9/2020

 

AFSCME 3700 Child Care Workers+
Child Care Assistant 09/01/2013 08/31/2014 02/26/2017 08/27/2017 08/26/2018 08/25/2019 08/23/2020 01/01/2021**
Starting rate
2 years*
4 years*
6 years*
8 years*
9.443
9.915
10.412
10.724
--
9.679
10.163
10.672
10.992
--
9.873
10.366
10.885
11.212
--
9.972
10.470
10.994
11.324
--

9.97
10.22
10.48
10.74
11.01

9.97
10.22
10.48
10.74
11.01

10.00
10.22
10.48
10.74
11.01
11.01
Child Development Associate 09/01/2013 08/31/2014 02/26/2017 08/27/2017 08/26/2018 08/25/2019 08/23/2020 08/23/2020
Starting rate
2 years*
4 years*
6 years*
8 years*
10.934
11.480
12.055
12.416
--
11.207
11.767
12.356
12.726
--
11.431
12.002
12.603
12.981
--
11.545
12.122
12.729
13.111
--
11.55
11.83
12.13
12.43
12.74
11.55
11.83
12.13
12.43
12.74
11.55
11.83
12.13
12.43
12.74
11.55
11.83
12.13
12.43
12.74
Child Development Supervisor 09/01/2013 08/31/2014 02/26/2017 08/27/2017 08/26/2018 08/25/2019 08/23/2020 08/23/2020
Starting rate
2 years*
4 years*
6 years*
8 years*
12.493
13.118
13.774
14.188
--
12.805
13.446
14.118
14.543
--
13.061
13.715
14.400
14.834
--
13.192
13.852
14.544
14.982
--
13.19
13.52
13.86
14.20
14.56
13.19
13.52
13.86
14.20
14.56
13.19
13.52
13.86
14.20
14.56
13.19
13.52
13.86
14.20
14.56

* Rates reflect 5% 2-year, 5% 4-year, and 3% 6-year longevity increases over current entry rate. Rates for employees hired before the execution of the 08/21/2011-08/30/2014 contract may not match the listed rates.

**Child Care Assistant rate adjusted due to change in minimum wage law.

+Child Care Workers use milestone increases. Please refer to AFSCME 3700 contract for more information.

Updated 01/2021

Local 3700 Newly Accreted Classifications Date of Accretion 02/26/2017 08/27/2017 08/28/2018 08/25/2019 05/03/2020
Admissions and Records Representative 07/25/2012 14.92 - 25.87 15.07 - 25.87 15.37 - 25.87 15.68 - 25.87 15.84 - 25.87
Assistant Records Management Officer 07/25/2012 20.50 - 37.71 20.71 - 37.71 21.12 - 37.71 21.54 - 37.71 21.76 - 37.71
Community Worker (Area I) 01/24/2013 13.36 - 23.61 13.49 - 23.61 14.00 - 23.61 14.00 - 23.61 14.00 - 23.61
Community Worker (Area II) 01/24/2013 12.77 - 22.61 12.90 - 22.61 13.38 - 22.61 13.38 - 22.61 13.38 - 22.61
Events Coordinator 07/25/2012 17.74 - 31.37 17.92 - 31.37 18.28 - 31.37 18.65 - 31.37 18.84 - 31.37
Events Coordinator (Allerton House) 07/25/2012 17.74 - 31.37 17.92 - 31.37 18.28 - 31.37 18.65 - 31.37 18.84 - 31.37
Interpreter for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing 07/25/2012 21.52 - 39.58 21.74 - 39.58 22.17 - 39.58 22.61 - 39.58 22.84 - 39.58
Office Support Assistant (Dixon Springs) 07/25/2012 10.82 - 17.75 10.93 - 17.75 11.15 - 17.75 11.37 - 17.75 11.48 - 17.75
Office Support Associate (Dixon Springs) 07/25/2012 11.48 - 19.93 11.59 - 19.93 11.82 - 19.93 12.06 - 17.75 12.18 - 17.75
Office Support Specialist (Dixon Springs) 07/25/2012 13.26 - 20.36 13.39 - 20.36 13.66 - 20.36 13.93 - 20.36 14.07 - 20.36
Program Assistant 07/25/2012 17.74 - 31.37 17.92 - 31.37 18.28 - 31.37 18.65 - 31.37 18.84 - 31.37
Retail Services Supervisor 07/25/2012 16.91 - 29.91 17.08 - 29.91 17.42 - 29.91 17.77 - 29.91 17.95 - 29.91
Service Office Supervisor 07/25/2012 16.91 - 29.91 17.08 - 29.91 17.42 - 29.91 17.77 - 29.91 17.95 - 29.91
Special Events Facilitator *Discontinued. See Events Coordinator. 07/25/2012 17.74 - 31.37 17.92 - 31.37 18.28 - 31.37 18.65 - 31.37 --
Work Program Participant 09/14/2012 12.77 - 17.75 12.90 - 17.75 13.38 - 17.75 13.38 - 17.75 13.38 - 17.75
Work Program Participant (Area I) 09/14/2012 13.36 - 18.54 13.49 - 18.54 14.00 - 18.54 14.00 - 18.54 14.00 - 18.54
Work Program Participant (Area II) 09/14/2012 12.77 - 17.75 12.90 - 17.75 13.38 - 17.75 13.38 - 17.75 13.38 - 17.75

Updated 08/2020

 

I.U.E.C. - ELEVATOR MECHANICS 01/01/2014 01/01/2015 01/01/2016 01/01/2017 01/01/2018 01/01/2019 01/01/2020 01/01/2021
Elevator Mechanic (P) 42.95 43.57 44.40 45.31 46.66 48.09 49.60 51.20
Elevator Mechanic Foreman (P) 48.32 49.02 49.95 50.97 52.49 54.10 55.80 57.60
Updated 01/2021

FRATERNAL ORDER OF POLICE LABOR COUNCIL
Police Officer (N) 08/30/2015 08/28/2016 08/27/2017 08/26/2018 **** ****
Effective 08/19/2012: 0 - 12 months 26.66 27.19 27.87 28.57    
Effective 08/19/2012: 13 - 48 months 29.02 29.60 30.34 31.10    
Effective 09/01/2013: 49 - 84 months 33.46 34.13 34.98 35.85    
Effective 09/01/2013: 85 - 120 months 33.87 34.55 35.41 36.30    
Effective 08/19/2012: 121 - 180 months 34.29 34.98 35.85 36.75    
Effective 08/19/2012: 181 - 240 months 35.11 35.81 36.71 37.63    
Effective 09/01/2013: 241 - 300 months 35.92 36.64 37.56 38.50    
Effective 09/01/2013: Over 300 months 36.82 37.56 38.50 39.46    
Effective 08/26/2018: More than 30 years - - - 40.45    
Police Corporal (N)* 08/30/2015 08/28/2016 08/27/2017 09/01/2018 08/25/2019 8/23/2020
0 - 12 months (1 year or less) 33.78 34.46 35.15 36.03 36.93

37.85

13 - 24 months (1-2 years)*** 35.54 36.25 36.98 37.90 38.85 39.82
25 - 120 months (2-10 years)*** 36.41 37.14 37.88 38.83 39.80 40.80
121 - 180 months (10-15 years) 37.31 38.06 38.82 39.79 40.78 41.80
181 - 240 months(15-20 years) 38.23 38.99 39.77 40.76 41.78 42.82
Over 240 months (20-25 years) 39.17 39.95 40.75 41.77 42.81 43.88
Over 25 years 40.35 41.16 41.98 43.03 44.11 45.21
Police Sergeant (N)* 08/30/2015 08/28/2016 08/27/2017 09/01/2018 08/25/2019 8/23/2020
0 - 12 months (1 year or less) 38.46 39.23 40.01 41.01 42.04 43.09
13 - 24 months (1-2 years)*** 40.49 41.30 42.13 43.18 44.26 45.37
25 - 120 months (2-10 years)*** 41.45 42.28 43.13 44.21 45.32 46.45
121 - 180 months (10-15 years) 42.56 43.41 44.28 45.39 46.52 47.68
181 - 240 months(15-20 years) 43.46 44.33 45.22 46.35 47.51 48.70
Over 240 months (20-25 years) 44.50 45.39 46.30 47.46 48.65 49.87
Over 25 years 45.84 46.76 47.70 48.89 50.11 51.36

Longevity credit shall include only continuous police service, however, employees who have been credited with total University service previously shall retain their service credit.

* Moved from Established to Negotiated effective March 23, 2001.

** Rates which were in effect updated based on retroactive settlement of the 08/22/2010 rate change.

*** Steps 2 and 3 were 1-4 years and 4-10 years prior to the 08/19/2012 contract.

****Police Officers, Local 26 new contract remains under negotiation as of 8/2020.

Updated 08/2020

Police Lieutenant (E) 02/26/2017 08/27/2017 01/01/2018 08/26/2018 08/25/2019 8/23/2020
Probation

49.26

49.75

51.24

52.26

53.31 53.31
Post-Probation

51.83

52.35

53.92

55.00

56.10 56.10
Updated 08/2020

 


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