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Posted September 13, 2012

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Some Employees Who Earned College Credit May Be Eligible for Pay Increases

Deadline for applying for the pay increase is Sept. 15.

School and support staff may be eligible to advance to a higher level on their salary schedule by earning  college credit through a regionally accredited university or college. Education salary increments are awarded once a year for qualified employees including teachers, nurses, counselors, social workers, interpreters, SLPs, PTs, OTs, audiologists, orientation/mobility specialists, educational diagnosticians, transitional specialists, school psychologists and educational assistants.

The final deadline to submit a Salary Increment Request form is Sept. 15, in order to get the pay increase this school year. Pay increases aren't retroactive.

The procedure to request a salary increment is as follows:

  1. Submit a Salary Increment Request form to the Employee Data Center in the n Resources Department. Forms are available on the Data Center's webpage.
  2. The form must be received in the Employee Data Center no later than Sept. 15.
  3. Official transcripts should be sent shortly after the Salary Increment Request form is submitted. As long as the form is received in the Employee Data Center by the deadline, it is allowable to accept transcripts after this date.

Employees don't need to fill out a form for licensure changes. 

If you have any questions regarding the process for an increment request, please call your designated Records Specialist or call the front desk at 889-4890 or 889-4891 and they will transfer you to your Record Specialist.

 

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