Administration

Faculty - Lower Division - Salary Schedule 

STATE COLLEGE OF FLORIDA, MANATEE-SARASOTA

2014-2015 FACULTY SALARY SCHEDULE – Lower Division

 

 1.  ASSIGNMENT OF ACADEMIC RANK:

      A.  Assignment of Academic Rank to new faculty and promotional decisions of existing faculty will be made according to
           the criteria in the Initial Hiring Criteria or Professorial Ranking System, approved by the Board of Trustees, as
           amended from time to time.

     B.  The Professorial Ranking System recognizes the six ranks listed below:

             (1)  ADJUNCT FACULTY: Part-time, temporary.  See Section #4 below for salary information.

             (2)  LECTURER I: Full-time, temporary, non-tenure-track, with benefits.

             (3)  LECTURER II: Full-time, non-tenure-track, with benefits.

             (4)  INSTRUCTOR

             (5)  ASSISTANT PROFESSOR

             (6)  ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR

             (7)  PROFESSOR

Refer to Section #3B in this section for salaries for Lecturer I, Lecturer II, Instructor, Assistant Professor, Associate  Professor and Professor.

2.  ANNUAL AND CONTINUING CONTRACT STATUS: 

All new faculty with the Professorial Rank of Instructor, Assistant Professor, Associate Professor, or Professor will be placed on annual contract regardless of the number of years experience.  Annual contract status will continue for a minimum of five years and not greater than seven years.

Note:  Those new faculty who begin employment after the regular start of the fall semester will have their pay pro-rated and paid through the final pay date of the 12 month deferred pay schedule.  For years subsequent to the first year, the faculty member may elect to change status and be paid over 20, 23, or 26 pays, depending on the length of contract, with prior notice to the Director, Human Resourcews no later than July 1 of that year.

Continuing contract, multi-year contract, or partial year contract status for full-time faculty will be determined in accordance with rules and policies of the Board of Trustees.  Adjunct and Lecturer appointments do no earn credit toward continuing contract status.

3.  FULL-TIME FACULTY - LOWER DIVISION

     A.  Full-time faculty are those faculty members who carry a full credit teaching load which is defined as a minimum of 15
          classroom or on-line contact hours per week, or its equivalent, in each semester.  A full-time faculty member's contract
          will state the amount of the salary and the term of employment: 9 month/164 days, 10 month/194 days. or 12 month/
          247 days.  Faculty on a 164 day contract will teach both the fall and spring semester.

     B.  The following salary schedule will be used for all full-time 9 month faculty:       
   

Level Rank Minimum Maximum
A Lecturer I $24,000 n/a
A1 Lecturer II $30,000 $34,050
A2 Instructor $38,217 $43,344
A3 Assistant Professor $44,955 $50,723
A4 Associate Professor $52,613 $59,015
A5 Professor $61,178 $77,892

     C.  Establishing Salaries

             1.  New Faculty will be placed within the range based on the evaluation of experience in accordance with College 
                  procedure for Initial Placement of New Faculty.

             2.  Faculty will move within the range in accordance with District Board of Trustees approved salary increases.

             3.  Faculty who have been awarded a promotion according to the Professional Ranking policy will receive the
                  minimum salary for the next rank at the beginning of the next academic year.

     D.  SUMMER A OR SUMMER B:   Full-time faculty who are on a continuing contract track, and who have been
           recommended for employment on annual or continuing contract for the next academic year, and who teach Summer  
           A or Summer B will be compensated at a rate of $2,425.05 per 3 semester hours up to a maximum of 6 semester
           hours for each summer session.  Summer A or Summer B semester hours taught above the established maximum
           will be compensated at the standard overload rate.

     E.  SUMMER BENEFIT:  Full-time faculty who are on continuing contract track, and who have been recommended for
           employment on annual or continuing contract for the next academic year, will be maintained on benefits, including
           health and other benefits paid for by the College between contract years.

4.  OVERLOADS & ADJUNCT FACULTY (CREDIT):

     Overload and adjunct faculty (credit) will be compensated at a rate of $1,850.25 per 3 semester hours.

     Overload and adjunct faculty will have $30.00 deducted from their total compensation for each  hour of class time for
      which he/she is absent.

5.  SUBSTITUTES:

      Substitutes will be paid $30.00 per teaching hour.  A full-time faculty member in a regular, budgeted position who is on 
      annual or continuing contract will receive the substitute rate when substituting outside of his/her regularly established
      schedule.

6.  SPECIAL FACULTY SALARIES:

     A.  Artist-in-Residence                                                                                                                                               $183.00 per student
           (Adjunct faculty who teach applied music classes)

     B.  Faculty Assessment of Prior Learning (Exam and                                                                                           $6.00 per credit hr.
            Review, Portfolio Review) CEL Program

     C.  Faculty Re-assessment (Re-Review of Portfolio)                                                                                            $3.00 per credit hr.
            CEL Program

7.  Duties other than those listed will be compensated by an overload, a multiple of an overload, a fraction thereof, or a daily         rate commensurate with duties assigned.

8.  MILITARY SERVICE will be accepted as credit provided the instructor was teaching immediately preceding and                         immediately preceding and immediately following obligatory military service up to a maximum of 5 years.

9.  PROFESSIONAL/INDUSTRIAL/MILITARY EXPERIENCE directly related to the assignment at State College of Florida, 
     Manatee-Sarasota may be accepted in lieu of teaching experience to the extent that the Board of Trustees considers
     justified, up to a maximum of 5 years.

10.  Work in hospitals because such experience is essential to good teaching in this field.  Therefore, full-time experience 
        (not internship) may be credited for health science education faculty, up to a maximum of 5 years.

11.  DIVIDED TIME EXPERIENCE:

        Employment of less than 9 months in one position can be added to those months of employments of another location           during a single calendar year for credit of one year's experience.  Example:  6 months of professional work, plus 4                   months of teaching during one calendar year will equate to one year of credit experience.

12.  ADJUNCT INSTRUCTOR TRAINING CERTIFICATION:

        Adjunct Instructors are offered in-service training opportunities throughout the year.  Any Adjunct Instructor, who 
        completes six (6) authorized in-service training sessions provided by the College, will receive Adjunct Instructor           C           Certification and be paid a flat sum of $200.00.  Additional compensation will be paid to Adjunct Instructors who
        have completed the Adjunct Instructor  Training Certification according to the following table:

       * 1-3 classes - $100.00
       * 4-5 classes - $200.00

13. DIRECTED STUDY RATES:

       5(ILH)                       Class =     1/14 x $3,083.75 = $220.27 per student
       4.5 (ILH)                   Class =     1/14 x $2,775.38 = $198.24 per student
       4 (ILH)                      Class =     1/14 x $2,467.00 = $176.21 per student
       3 (ILH)                      Class =     1/14 x $1,850.25 = $132.16 per student 
       2 (ILH)                      Class =     1/14 x $1,233.50 = $  88.11 per student
       1 (ILH)                      Class =     1/14 x $   616.75 = $  45.05 per student
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