Contract Between
Monroe Tp B/E-Gloucester
- and -
Monroe Tp Ed Secy's Assn
* * *
07/01/2006 thru 06/30/2010


CategorySchool District
UnitClerical

Contract Text Below
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AGREEMENT

between the


MONROE TOWNSHIP ASSOCIATION OF
EDUCATIONAL SECRETARIES



and the



MONROE TOWNSHIP BOARD OF EDUCATION






July 1, 2006-June 30, 2007
July 1, 2007-June 30, 2010
TABLE OF CONTENTS

PREAMBLE

Page
Article I-Recognition
3
Article II-Negotiation of Successor Agreement
3
Article III-Grievance Procedure
4-5
Article IV-Employee Rights
6
Article V-Association Rights and Privileges
6-7
Article VI-Employee/Administrative Liaison
7
Article VII-Work Year and Work Day
7
Article VIII-Overtime
8
Article IX-Educational Improvement
8
Article X-Vacation Schedule
9
Article XI-Posting Procedures
9
Article XII-Evaluation
9
Article XIII-Temporary Leaves of Absence
10-11
Article XIV-Extended Leave of Absence
11-12
Article XV-Sick Leave
12-13
Article XVI-Payroll Deductions
13
Article XVII-Insurance Protection
13-14
Article XVIII-Salaries
Salary Guides
14
14a-14b
Article XIX-Miscellaneous
14
Article XX-Agency Fee
15-16
Article XXI-Duration of Agreement
17


PREAMBLE


Know all men by these presents, that pursuant to the provisions set forth in Title 34, Chapter 303, Laws of 1968, and P.L. 123, Laws of 1974 State of New Jersey, entitled, “New Jersey Employer-Employee Relations Act,” the Monroe Township Board of Education, hereinafter called the “Board” and the Monroe Township Association of Educational Secretaries, hereinafter called the “Association” do hereby enter into this Agreement the 1st day of July, 2006.

Any use of a pronoun in this text is intended for general reference rather than any particular person or sex.
ARTICLE I – RECOGNITION

1:1The Monroe Township Board of Education hereby recognizes the Monroe Township Association of Educational Secretaries as the exclusive and sole representative for collective negotiations concerning the terms and conditions of employment for all personnel under contract to the Monroe Township Board of Education as indicated herein:
1.
2.
3.

4.
5.Computer Operator/Accounts Payable
Computer Operator/Payroll
Computer Software Support Specialist/SASI Database
Coordinator
Secretaries
Secretarial Clerks
But excluding confidential employees as indicated hereafter:
1.
2.
3.
4.Secretary to Superintendent of Schools
Secretaries to the Assistant Superintendents of Schools
Secretary to the Board Secretary
Confidential Assistant to Board Secretary

ARTICLE II – NEGOTIATION OF SUCCESSOR AGREEMENT

2:1The parties agree to enter into collective negotiations over a successor agreement, Chapter 123, P.L. of New Jersey, 1974, to reach agreement on matters concerning the terms and conditions of employment.
2:2Consistent with Chapter 123, P.L. of New Jersey, 1974, the Board shall not effect any change in policy concerning terms and conditions of employment except those so negotiated and included as part of this Agreement and contained herein.
2:3Such negotiations shall begin according to the rules and regulations as set forth by PERC, and the Agreement negotiated between the parties shall be reduced to writing and signed by authorized representatives of both parties.
2:4Whenever members of the bargaining unit are mutually scheduled by the parties hereto to participate during working hours in conferences, meetings or in negotiations respecting the collective bargaining agreement, they will suffer no loss of pay.
2:5This Agreement shall not be modified in whole or in part by the parties except by an instrument in writing duly executed by both parties.

ARTICLE III – GRIEVANCE PROCEDURE

3:1DEFINITION
Grievance: A “grievance” is any dispute between the parties concerning the meaning or application of the terms and conditions of employment of this Agreement or administrative decisions or Board policies.
3:2PURPOSE
The purpose of the following grievance procedures will be to secure, at the most immediate possible administrative level, equitable solutions to the issues which may arise from time to time. Grievances shall be presented in writing in not less than duplicate, and shall be signed by the employee presenting the grievance. The Board and the Association agree that these proceedings will be kept as informal and confidential as may be appropriate at any level of the procedure.
3:3PROCEDURE
Level One – Principal or Immediate Supervisor (Informal)
Within 14 school days of the event giving rise to the grievance, an employee with a grievance shall first discuss it with the principal or immediate supervisor, either directly or through the Association’s designated representative, with the objective of resolving this matter informally.

Level Two – Principal or Immediate Supervisor (Formal)
If the aggrieved person is not satisfied with the disposition of his/her grievance at Level One, s/he may formally express his/her grievance in writing within five (5) school days to the principal or immediate supervisor. If no decision has been rendered within five (5) school days after the presentation of the grievance in writing, the aggrieved person may proceed to Level Three. The grievance shall include the date of occurrence.

Level Three – Superintendent
In the event a satisfactory settlement is not reached as provided for in Level Two, an employee or his/her representative may within five (5) additional school days present the grievance to the Superintendent. The Superintendent shall grant a hearing to the aggrieved and/or his/her representative within five (5) school days after the date the grievance is received. The Superintendent’s written disposition shall be returned to the employee and/or his/her representative within five (5) school days after the date of the hearing.

Level Four – Board of Education
If the grievant is not satisfied with the disposition of his/her grievance at Level Three, s/he may within five (5) additional school days submit the grievance to the Board of Education. The Board shall grant a hearing and render a written disposition to the employee or his/her representative within 30 school days of the presentation.
ARTICLE III – GRIEVANCE PROCEDURE

Level Five – Arbitration
A. Within 10 school days after the written notice of submission to arbitration, the Board and the Association shall attempt to agree upon a mutually acceptable arbitrator and shall obtain a commitment from said arbitrator to serve. If the parties are unable to agree upon an arbitrator or are unable to obtain such a commitment within the specific period, a request for a list of arbitrators may be made to PERC. The parties then shall be bound by the rules and procedures of PERC.

B. The arbitrator so selected shall confer with the representatives of the Board and the Association and hold hearings promptly and shall issue a decision not later than 20 days from the date of the close of the hearing, or if oral hearings have been waived, then from the date the final statements and proofs on the issue are submitted. The arbitrator shall be without power or authority to make any decisions which require the commission of an act prohibited by law or which is in violation of the terms of this Agreement. The decision of the arbitrator shall be submitted to the Board and the Association and shall be binding.

C. The Board reserves to itself the right to manage the school district on behalf of the public except for those rights contained herein.

D. The cost of arbitration shall be shared equally by both parties.

E. The Arbitrator shall be limited to the issues submitted to him/her and shall consider nothing else. The arbitrator can add nothing to, nor subtract anything from, the Agreement between the parties or any policy of the Board of Education. Only the Board, the aggrieved and his/her representatives shall be given copies of the arbitrator’s report of findings and recommendations. This shall be accomplished within 30 days of the completion of the arbitrator’s hearings.

Group Grievance
If in the judgment of the Association a grievance affects a group of employees, the Association may submit such grievance in writing to the Superintendent directly, and the processing of such grievance shall commence at this point as long as the immediate supervisor does not have authority to act on the grievance. A group grievance shall be filed within 14 school days, and the Superintendent shall have seven (7) school days within which to respond.
ARTICLE IV – EMPLOYEE RIGHTS

4:1No employee shall be disciplined, reprimanded or reduced in rank or compensation without just cause. Any such action asserted by the Board or any agent or representative thereof shall be subject to the grievance procedure herein set forth.
4:2Whenever any employee is required to appear before the Board, or any committee or member thereof, concerning any matter which could adversely affect the continuation of that employee in his/her position, employment or the salary or any increments pertaining thereto, then s/he shall be given prior written notice of the reasons for such meeting or interview and shall be entitled to have a representative of his/her choice present.
4:3No employee shall be prevented from wearing pins or other identification of membership in the Association or its affiliates.

ARTICLE V – ASSOCIATION RIGHTS AND PRIVILEGES

5:1Representatives of the Association may be permitted to transact official Association business on school property at reasonable times provided it is not done during regularly scheduled working hours and provided that permission has been granted by the Superintendent or his designee. If permission is denied by the Superintendent or his designee, such denial shall be in writing.
5:2The Association and its representatives may have the right to the use of school buildings at reasonable hours for meetings, provided it does not interfere with the daily educational programs and permission has been granted by the Superintendent or his/her designee. If permission is denied by the Superintendent or his/her designee, such denial shall be in writing.
5:3The Association shall have use of a bulletin board in each office in each building. Copies of all materials to be posted on such bulletin boards shall be given to the building Principal and Superintendent for approval. If permission is denied by the superintendent or his/her designee, such denial shall be in writing.
5:4The Association may use the school mailboxes in a reasonable manner with the permission of the building Principal. If permission is denied by the building Principal, such denial shall be in writing.
ARTICLE V – ASSOCIATION RIGHTS AND PRIVILEGES
5:5The President of the Association shall enjoy freedom to leave his/her assigned building to visit other buildings at reasonable times when school is in session. This can only occur when s/he has no other assigned responsibilities and has notified his/her building Principal or Supervisor, and the building Principal or Supervisor of the building s/he is visiting.

ARTICLE VI – EMPLOYEE/ADMINISTRATIVE LIAISON

6:1At the request of either party, the Association’s representatives shall meet with the Superintendent or his/her designee at least once every calendar quarter during the year to review and discuss current problems and practices of mutual interest and the administration of this Agreement.

ARTICLE VII – WORK YEAR AND WORK DAY

7:1The work year of all 10-month employees shall be September 1 through June 30 of each year.

The work year of all 12-month employees shall be July 1 through June 30 of each year.
7:2Each employee shall have a normal work day of seven (7) hours and 30 minutes, excluding a duty-free lunch period of at least 30 minutes.
7:3Summer work hours will be defined as from the first Monday subsequent to the closing of school to the opening of school for district staff as determined by the adopted school calendar.
7:4After three (3) years and one (1) day of uninterrupted continuous service, each employee shall be appointed for an unfixed term as to provide the tenure protection available to such employee under the provisions of Chapter 137, P.L. of 1960 (18A:17-3 and 18A:17-4).
7:5After seven (7) calendar days, the building administrator will submit a letter requesting that either:
The clerk performing secretarial duties be reimbursed for such duties at
the secretary’s regular rate of pay, prorated, retroactive to the eighth
calendar day or
That in the absence of a clerk, the request will be made for extra clerical
help to assist the secretary.
The letter shall be forwarded to the Superintendent, the Board President,
the Association President and the employee involved.
ARTICLE VIII – OVERTIME

8:1Overtime shall be defined as work in excess of 40 hours per week. Overtime compensation shall be one and one-half (1-1/2) times the hourly rate.
8:2When requested to work during the time school is closed for holidays and vacation periods, the employee shall be compensated additionally at straight time rate for the first 40 hours and time and one-half for all over 40 hours in any weekly period.
8:3All overtime must be mutually agreed upon by both parties and have prior approval by the immediate supervisor and Superintendent of Schools.


ARTICLE IX – EDUCATIONAL IMPROVEMENT

9:1Any employee who takes a course or courses in the employee’s field related to his/her position shall be reimbursed toward the tuition of such course or courses to a maximum of $600 per employee for any given year.

An employee may be reimbursed up to $600 of his/her yearly tuition reimbursement money to cover the costs of attending professional workshops, training sessions and meetings subject to prior approval of the Superintendent.
9:2Sole approval for the tuition reimbursement must be secured from the Superintendent prior to the employee taking the course.
9:3Courses or workshops not directly related to the secretarial area may be considered upon application to the Superintendent.
9:4Maximum expenditure in any given year shall not exceed:
2006-2007
$5,7502007-2008
$6,0002008-2009
$6,0002009-2010
$6,000

ARTICLE X – VACATION SCHEDULE

10:1All 12-month employees shall receive 10 days vacation upon completion of one (1) year’s service.

Over 3 years to 5 years 12 days
Over 5 years to 10 years 15 days
Over 10 years to 15 years 17 days
Over 15 years 20 days
20 years and over 22 days
10:2New employees hired prior to January 31 shall accrue vacation time.
10:3Vacation time shall be taken subject to the approval of the immediate supervisor.
10:4All vacation days must be used in the year earned.
10:5A maximum of 10 vacation days may be carried over to the next year with the approval of the immediate supervisor.

An agreement must be agreed upon between the employee and the immediate supervisor to use left over vacation days.

ARTICLE XI – POSTING PROCEDURES

11:1All notices of vacancies shall be posted as far in advance as possible, except in emergencies, at least 15 days before the date when applications must be submitted.

ARTICLE XII – EVALUATION

12:1All employees shall receive written evaluations of their job performance by their immediate supervisor and acknowledge same no less than twice a year.

ARTICLE XIII – TEMPORARY LEAVES OF ABSENCE

13:1Death in Family Allowance
In the event of death in the immediate family, members shall be granted allowance with pay for attending the deathbed, funeral or make funeral arrangements as hereinafter stated.
a.An allowance of five (5) days shall be granted in the case of death in any of the following:
1.Employee’s parents, spouse, children, brothers, sisters, parents of the employee’s spouse and other persons residing as a member of the household of the employee.
2.Legally adopted members of the family and step-relationships as outlined in a.1.
b.An allowance of three (3) days shall be granted to attend the funeral of any of the following:
1.Uncle, aunt, grandparents and grandchildren of the employee.
2.Brother-in-law, sister-in-law, son-in-law and daughter-in-law of the employee.
c.In the event of a teacher, secretary, secretarial clerk, computer operator, or student death in Monroe Township School District, the principal or immediate supervisor of said employee or student shall grant to an appropriate number of employees sufficient time off to attend the funeral.
13:2Personal Business
Each full-time employee shall be allowed an absence of three (3) days each year with full pay for personal business at the discretion of the Superintendent of Schools. The employee need not state the reason for requesting a personal business day unless the day is contiguous to a vacation period.

It is expected that the day will be used for personal affairs, which cannot be done on other than a school day. In general, the situation should be such that the employee would otherwise take time off without pay. The employee must give at least three (3) days notice. Up to three (3) personal days per year if unused may be applied to accumulated sick leave.
13:3Professional Business
Each full-time employee shall be granted two (2) professional days per year at the discretion of the Superintendent.


ARTICLE XIII – TEMPORARY LEAVES OF ABSENCE

13:4In-Service Day
Half of the staff will attend the first scheduled in-service day. The remaining staff will attend the second scheduled in-service day.

The in-service programs will be planned jointly between the Administration and the Association.

ARTICLE XIV – EXTENDED LEAVE OF ABSENCE

14:1Leave of Absence – Without Pay
A one (1) year’s leave of absence may be granted without pay upon the recommendation of the Superintendent and approval of the Board of Education. The employee may request an extension of one (1) year’s leave of absence in writing. Said extension may be granted without pay upon the recommendation of the Superintendent and approval of the Board of Education.

If the employee desires to return prior to the time determined by either leaves of absence, s/he may be permitted to do so upon 60 days written notice of intent to return and recommendation of the Superintendent and approval of the Board of Education.
14:2Leave of Absence – Professional Improvement
When an employee is granted an extended leave of absence for the purpose of professional improvement in the area of employment, said employee shall be granted salary determination as if s/he had been in continuous employment in the district upon the recommendation of the Superintendent and approval of the Board of Education.
14:3Leave of Absence – Maternity
Nothing herein prevents utilization of sick leave by pregnant employees subject to federal and state laws. Employees may utilize the provisions of 14:1.
14:4Leaves of Absence – Child Caring
An employee anticipating birth of his/her child may apply for and will be granted an unpaid leave of absence subject to the following:
a.The employee provides medical certification of the anticipated date of birth.
b.The employee applies in writing for such leave no less than 60 days prior to the commencement of leave.
c.The employee continues such leave until the beginning of the next academic year.

ARTICLE XIV – EXTENDED LEAVE OF ABSENCE

d.Such employee may apply also for an additional one (1) year leave, and such leave shall be granted. Application for such extension must be made no later than April 1 of the prior school year.
e.Child-caring leave shall not exceed a maximum of two (2) years.
f.Entitled benefits at the time of commencement of child caring leave shall be frozen until return from such leave.
g.Any employee may apply for and will be granted this leave in the case of adoption by the employee of a child five (5) years of age or younger under the same terms as specified herein.
h.Any employee on such leave may apply for reinstatement during this leave and shall be reinstated provided that a suitable vacancy exists.
ARTICLE XV – SICK LEAVE

15:1All regular 10-month employees shall be allowed 10 days absence due to personal illness, two (2) of which may be used as family illness days, each year without deduction from pay. Any unused sick days shall be accumulated.

All regular 12-month employees shall be allowed 12 days absence due to personal illness, two (2) of which may be used as family illness days, each year without deduction from pay. Any unused sick days shall be accumulated.
15:2All employees absent in excess of three (3) days may be required to provide a physician’s certificate forwarded to Central Office. In cases of questionable recurring absences, a doctor’s certificate may be required more frequently.
15:3In the event of extended illness after exhaustion of entitled sick leave, the differential between regular pay and substitute pay may be granted at the sole discretion of the Board for such days on extended illness. Such determination shall be on a case-by-case basis.
15:4Should absence due to illness exceed the sick leave granted, full salary deductions shall be made as follows:
10-month employees – 1/200 of annual salary for each day of absence
12-month employees – 1/240 of annual salary for each day of absence


ARTICLE XV – SICK LEAVE

15:5Retirement/Sick Leave Benefit
Upon retirement from this district, employees will be reimbursed for all unused sick leave. Payment shall be based on 30% of the per diem rate for Step 5 of the salary guide for their classification rate in their year of retirement.

ARTICLE XV I – PAYROLL DEDUCTIONS

16:1The Secretary of the Board shall deduct from the paycheck of any employee, upon request of said employee, for any of the following, provided the employee has filed written authorization for such deduction on the appropriate authorization form:
a.A single unit dues deduction in the sum specified by the Association
b.Supplemental annuity deductions
c.Washington National Insurance Company or another designation of the Association.

ARTICLE XVII – INSURANCE PROTECTION
17:1The Board agrees to pay the full cost for family coverage for all full-time employees for PPO (Preferred Provider Organization) or POS (Point of
Service) Coverage for Blue Cross, Blue Shield for the term of this contract.
A summary of the benefits is attached as Schedule B.
17:2The Board will pay full cost for a $10.00/$15.00/1X co-pay prescription plan for employee and family. Oral contraceptives will be included effective July 1, 2006.
17:3The Board will pay the full family dental premium for 2006-2010. Such premium costs will be capped at the premium in effect at the end of the contract. The maximum annual benefit will be $1,500 per insured effective July 1, 2006.





ARTICLE XVII – INSURANCE PROTECTION

17:4Employees retiring from the Monroe Township Public Schools after 25 years of service in the district will be accorded the opportunity to continue all health insurance coverage(s) provided herein, including health, dental and prescription, at the expense of the Board of Education, to the extent that the terms of the contracts and policies with the insurance carriers permit. Coverage will be for the employee and spouse where applicable at the time of retirement.

Employees retiring with less than 25 years of service will be accorded the opportunity to continue the health insurance coverage at their expense through the Board’s group rate.

Said employee must have a minimum of 10 years of service in Monroe Township Public Schools and submit payment in a timely fashion as prescribed by the Board Secretary to continue in this program.
17:5Commencing July 1, 1988, the Board will obtain catastrophic benefits coverage for employees and their dependents at the employee’s expense.
17:6The employees will receive any and all increases in benefits that the other negotiating units receive.

ARTICLE XVIII – SALARIES

18:12006-2007
2007-2008
2008-2009
2009-2010
4.75%
4.75%
4.75%
4.75%
The total increase over the term of the contract for the Step 1 salary of each position not to exceed 8.0%.
ARTICLE XIX – MISCELLANEOUS

19:1When schools are closed due to inclement weather, no employee shall be required to work.
19:2When a “delayed opening” is declared, the secretarial staff will report to work one hour after the regular start day or 9:00 a.m.
ARTICLE XX – AGENCY FEE

A.PURPOSE OF FEE
If an employee does not become a member of the Association during any membership year (i.e., from September 1 to the following August 31) which is covered in whole or in part by this Agreement, said employee will be required to pay a representation fee to the Association for that membership year. The purpose of this fee will be to offset the employee’s per capita cost of services rendered by the Association as majority representative.
B.AMOUNT OF FEE
1.Notification
Prior to the beginning of each membership year, the Association will notify the Board in writing of the amount of the regular membership dues, initiation fees and assessments charged by the Association to its own members for that membership year. The representation fee to be paid by nonmembers will be determined by the Association in accordance with the law.
2.Legal Maximum
In order to adequately offset the per capita cost of services rendered by the Association as majority representative, the representation fee should be equal in amount to the regular membership dues, initiation fees and assessments charged by the Association to its own members, and the representation fee may be set up to 85% of that amount as the maximum presently allowed by law. If the law is changed in this regard, the amount of the representation fee automatically will be increased to the maximum allowed, said increase to become effective as of the beginning of the Association membership year immediately following the effective date of the change.
C.DEDUCTION AND TRANSMISSION OF FEE
1.Notification
Once during each membership year covered in whole or in part by this Agreement, the Association will submit to the Board a list of those employees who have not become members of the Association for the current membership year. The Board will deduct from the salaries of such employees in accordance with MTAES, the full amount of the representation fee and promptly will transmit the amount so deducted to the Association.
2.Payroll Deduction Schedule
The Board will deduct the representation fee in equal installments as nearly as possible from the paychecks paid to each employee on the aforesaid list during the remainder of the membership year in question. The deductions will begin with the first paycheck paid:

ARTICLE XX – AGENCY FEE

a.10 days after receipt of the aforesaid list by the Board; or
b.30 days after the employee begins his/her employment in a bargaining unit position, unless the employee previously served in a bargaining unit position and continued in the employment of the Board in a non-bargaining unit position or was on layoff, in which event the deductions will begin with the first paycheck paid 10 days after the resumption of the employee’s employment in a bargaining unit position, whichever is later.
3.Termination of Employment
If an employee who is required to pay a representation fee, terminates his/her employment with the Board before the Association has received the full amount of the representation fee to which it is entitled under this Article, the Board will deduct the unpaid portion of the fee from the last paycheck paid to said employee during the membership year in question.
4.Mechanics
Except as otherwise provided in this Article, the mechanics for the deduction of representation fees and the transmission of such fees to the Association will, as nearly as possible, be the same as those used for the deduction and transmission of regular membership dues to the Association.
5.Changes
The Association will notify the Board in writing of any changes in the list provided for in paragraph one above and/or the amount of the representation fee, and such changes will be reflected in any deductions made more than 10 days after the Board received said notice.
6.New Employees
On or about the last day of each month beginning with the month this Agreement becomes effective, the Board will submit to the Association a list of all employees who began their employment in a bargaining unit position during the preceding 30-day period. The list will include names, job titles and dates of employment for all such employees.
ARTICLE XXI – DURATION OF AGREEMENT

21:1This Agreement shall be effective as of July 1, 2006 and shall continue in effect until June 30, 2010.
21:2This Agreement shall not be extended orally; and it is expressly understood that it shall expire on the date indicated. Any extension shall be mutually agreed upon in writing by the parties of the Agreement; and unless such extensions are agreed upon, this contract shall expire on the date indicated herein.
21:3In witness thereof, the parties hereto have caused this Agreement to be signed by their respective presidents, attested by their respective secretaries, and their corporate seals to be placed hereon, and all on the day and year first written above.



MONROE TOWNSHIP ASSOCIATION OF EDUCATIONAL SECRETARIES
MONROE TOWNSHIP BOARD OF EDUCATION
President
President
Secretary
Secretary
14a/b

2006-2007
Step
10 Month
Secretarial Clerk
12 Month
Secretarial Clerk
Computer
Operator
Secretary
Computer Software Support Specialist/SASI Database Coordinator
1
25,391
30,470
32,28631,48835,000
2
26,180
31,417
33,25432,44637,300
3
26,180
31,417
33,25432,44637,300
4
26,180
31,417
33,25432,44637,300
5
27,502
33,004
34,84134,03342,800
6
27,502
33,004
34,84134,03342,800
7
28,926
34,712
36,54935,74144,500
8
28,926
34,712
36,54935,74144,500
9
31,658
37,991
39,82839,02047,700
10
31,658
37,991
39,82839,02047,700
11
34,954
41,947
43,78442,97650,800

2007-2008
Step
10 Month
Secretarial Clerk
12 Month
Secretarial Clerk
Computer
Operator
Secretary
Computer Software Support Specialist/SASI Database Coordinator
1
25,835
31,003
32,85132,03936,663
2
26,639
31,967
33,83633,01439,072
3
27,238
32,686
34,59733,75739,072
4
27,238
32,686
34,59733,75739,072
5
28,612
34,337
36,24835,40844,833
6
28,612
34,337
36,24835,40844,833
7
30,094
36,114
38,02537,18546,614
8
30,094
36,114
38,02537,18546,614
9
32,937
39,525
41,43640,59649,966
10
32,937
39,525
41,43640,59649,966
11
36,366
43,641
45,55244,71153,213


2008-2009
Step
10 Month
Secretarial Clerk
12 Month
Secretarial Clerk
Computer
Operator
Secretary
Computer Software Support Specialist/SASI Database Coordinator
1
26,223
31,468
33,34432,51938,404
2
27,038
32,447
34,34433,50940,928
3
27,646
33,176
35,11634,26340,928
4
28,041
33,651
35,61834,75340,928
5
29,457
35,350
37,31836,45346,963
6
29,457
35,350
37,31836,45346,963
7
30,982
37,180
39,14738,28248,828
8
30,982
37,180
39,14738,28248,828
9
33,909
40,692
42,65941,79452,339
10
33,909
40,692
42,65941,79452,339
11
37,439
44,929
46,89646,03155,741

2009-2010
Step
10 Month
Secretarial Clerk
12 Month
Secretarial Clerk
Computer
Operator
Secretary
Computer Software Support Specialist/SASI Database Coordinator
1
27,043
32,452
34,38733,53640,228
2
27,884
33,461
35,41834,55742,872
3
28,511
34,214
36,21435,33542,872
4
28,918
34,703
36,73235,84042,872
5
30,378
36,456
38,48537,59249,194
6
30,378
36,456
38,48537,59249,194
7
31,951
38,343
40,37239,47951,147
8
31,951
38,343
40,37239,47951,147
9
34,969
41,964
43,99343,10154,825
10
34,969
41,964
43,99343,10154,825
11
38,610
46,334
48,36347,47058,389


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