l.    INSTRUCTIONAL STAFF (NON-CREDIT):  Part-time, non-credit instructional staff will be paid as follows:

A.   (1) Avocational / Occupational $18 - $28/hr
  (2) General Training and Expertise $25 - $35/hr
  (3) Recognized Expertise $35 - $45/hr
  (4) Professional $55 - $65/hr
  (5) Technical Expertise  $75 - $100/hr
   (with approval of Dean for LIfelong Learning & Workforce Development, LWR)
  (6) Highly Specialized $100+/hr
    (with approval of EVP/Provost)
B. Coordination: Coordination includes registration, planning, promotion, and other functions such as Range Aide deemed necessary to facilitate the instructional component.
  Class Coordinator $15/hr
  Student Assistant $15/hr
C. Curriculum Development $15/hr
D. Proctor $16.67/hr
(minimum of 3 hrs, and hourly thereafter)
E. Traffic Safety Institute: $25/hr
  (1) Clinical Supervisor* Varies
  (2) Level II Class Instructor - DUI $22-27/hr
  (3) Evaluator - Special Supervision & DUI $22-27/hr
  (4) Level I Class Instructor - DUI $22-27/hr
  (5) Instructor - Driver Improvement

  *Clinical supervisor rates will vary based upon contractual agreement.  
F. Para-professional Certification Trainer $22-28/hr
G. Workshop Registration Assistant  
  (1) Per 2-hour session $30
  (2) Per hour over 2 $15

2. Individuals hired to perform non-teaching duties in support of a non-credit program will be compensated at a rate equivalent to one overload or a multiple of an overload or a fraction thereof commensurate with assigned duties.
Workforce Training Instructors who have provided over 500 accumulated hours of training for Lifelong Learning and Workforce (LLL/WF) by the end of the fiscal year will receive a one-time $5/hour increase in pay rate, calculated each June 30 and applicable to the following fiscal year. Instructors must have worked consecutive terms. Increases will be calculated to be effective for the fall semester. All instructors are required to attend  LLL/WF orientation with their respective director and complete SCF required background check and training such as but not limited to Preventing Workplace Harassment/Title IX and FERPA training, as well as any other required or mutually agreed upon training. Traffic Safety Institute instructors who have been actively teaching and/or evaluating for more than two years may be eligible for an increase in pay rate.


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