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2007-2009 Master Agreement

A Master Agreement between the Board of Regents, State of Iowa and the UNI-United Faculty

 

 

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ARTICLE EIGHT

SALARIES

 

Section 8.0  2007-2008 Salaries

Effective with the 2007-2008 appointment year, each full-time member of the bargaining unit (including anyone on phased retirement) who was employed on April 30, 2007, as a full-time member of the bargaining unit:

Subdivision 8.01  Percentage Increase

Shall receive an one and six hundred five thousands of one percent (1.605%) salary increase, to be added to her/his base salary for the appointment year 2007-2008.

 

Subdivision 8.02  Incremental Increase

Shall receive a three hundred twenty-one dollars ($321) salary increase, to be added to her/his base salary for the appointment year 2007-2008, prior to any promotional increase or increase provided by Subdivision 8.04.

 

Subdivision 8.03  Individual Adjustment Increase

Effective with the 2007-2008 appointment year, the full-time Faculty Members of the bargaining unit who were employed on April 30, 2007, as full-time members of the bargaining unit shall receive an average increase of not less than five hundred eighty-four dollars ($584) per full-time Faculty Member, which money the Board may use, at its discretion, for individual salary adjustments (including merit increases, adjustments for market conditions and promotions), the distribution of which shall not be subject to the grievance procedure.  The United Faculty shall be provided, as soon as reasonably practicable, a list of the recipients and amounts of individual adjustment awards.

 

Subdivision 8.04  Minimum Salaries by Rank

For the 2007-2008 appointment year, all full-time members of the bargaining unit shall receive at least the amount listed on Appendix A for zero years in her/his rank.

Section 8.1  2008-2009 Salaries

Effective with the 2008-2009 appointment year, each full-time member of the bargaining unit (including anyone on phased retirement) who was employed on April 30, 2008, as a full-time member of the bargaining unit:

Subdivision 8.11  Percentage Increase

Shall receive a two and fourteen hundreds of one percent (2.14%) salary increase to be added to her/his base salary for the appointment year 2008-2009.

 

Subdivision 8.12  Incremental Increase

Shall receive a four hundred forty-one dollars ($441) incremental raise to be added to her/his base salary for the appointment year 2008-2009, prior to any promotional increase or increase provided by Subdivision 8.14.

 

Subdivision 8.13  Individual Adjustment Increase

Effective with the appointment year 2008-2009, the full-time Faculty Members of the bargaining unit who were employed on April 30, 2008, as full-time members of the bargaining unit shall receive an average increase of not less than eight hundred two dollars ($802) per full-time Faculty Member, which money the Board may use, at its discretion, for individual salary adjustments (including merit increases, adjustments for market conditions and promotions), the distribution of which shall not be subject to the grievance procedure.  The United Faculty shall be provided, as soon as reasonably practicable, a list of the recipients and amounts of individual adjustment awards.

 

Subdivision 8.14  Minimum Salaries by Rank

For the 2008-2009 appointment year, all full-time members of the bargaining unit shall receive at least the amount listed on Appendix A for zero years in her/his rank.

Section 8.2  Promotions

Subdivision 8.211  2007-2008 Promotion Increases

For the 2007-2008 appointment year, every Faculty Member promoted in rank shall receive at least one thousand one hundred seventy-five dollars ($1,175) to Assistant Professor; one thousand six hundred seven dollars ($1,607) to Associate Professor; and one thousand nine hundred ninety-four dollars ($1,994) to Professor; in addition to a percentage increase and an incremental increase.

 

Subdivision 8.212  2008-2009 Promotion Increases

For the 2008-2009 appointment year, every Faculty Member promoted in rank shall receive at least one thousand two hundred twenty-two dollars ($1,222) to Assistant Professor; one thousand six hundred seventy-two dollars ($1,672) to Associate Professor; and two thousand seventy-four dollars ($2,074) to Professor; in addition to a percentage increase and an incremental increase.

Section 8.3  Part-time Salaries

Part-time faculty shall be paid at a rate of no less than one thousand three hundred sixty-five dollars ($1,365) per credit hour for the 2007-2008 appointment year and one thousand four hundred twenty dollars ($1,420) per credit hour for the 2008-2009 appointment year.

Section 8.4  Minimum Salary Guidelines

The maximum number of years applicable under this Section shall be as shown on Appendix A for the    2007-2008 and 2008-2009 appointment years.  A Faculty Member promoted in rank shall receive credit for one-half of her/his years of service (rounded up to the nearest whole number) with the Board at UNI, in the new rank, for purposes of these minimum salary guidelines as applicable to full-time Faculty Members.

 

Section 8.5  Probationary Appointment Salaries

Notwithstanding any other provisions of this Article, salaries for initial probationary appointments shall be set without regard to salaries for previous temporary appointments.

 

Section 8.6  Salary Payments

Faculty Members on regular academic year appointment shall be paid, at the option of the Faculty Member, in ten (10) or twelve (12) equal installments at the end of each month beginning in August or July respectively.  A Faculty Member shall be paid at the previously designated option unless the Faculty Member notifies the University in writing of a change prior to May 15 preceding the academic year.

 
 

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