DQ. Personnel Classifications

ADMINISTRATION

PAY GRADE I -- DIRECTORS

Director Computer Center
Director Financial Aid
Director of Grants
Director of Physical Plant
Director of Reese Center
Director Student Activities
Network Administrator

PAY GRADE II -- ASSOCIATE DEANS OR DIRECTORS

Accounting Manager
Associate Dean of College Relations
Associate Dean of Continuing Education
Associate Dean of Continuing Education and Workforce Dev./Lubbock
Associate Dean of Research and Reports
Associate Dean of Student Services/Reese Center
Controller
Dean of Student Life
Dean of Students
Director of Athletics
Director of Counseling/Guidance
Director of Development
Director of Distance Education
Director of Human Resources
Director of Instructional Technology
Director of Learning Center
Director of Libraries
Director of New Student Relations
Director of Purchasing
Registrar

PAY GRADE III ----DEANS OR CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER OF A DIVISION

Dean of Admissions and Records
Dean of Arts and Sciences
Dean of Continuing and Distance Education
Dean of Health Occupations
Dean of Technical Education

PAY GRADE IV -- VICE PRESIDENTS

Vice President for Academic Affairs
Vice President for Finance and Administration
Vice President for Institutional Advancement
Vice President for Student Affairs

FACULTY

Pay Grade I

Less than an Associate's Degree with sufficient competencies in the required teaching field.

Pay Grade II

Associate's Degree and sufficient competencies in the required teaching field.

Pay Grade III

Bachelor's Degree in the required teaching field.  The Vice President may recommend certain individuals that have unique experience and demonstrated competency.  Such exceptions must be justified on an individual basis.

Pay Grade IV

Master's Degree with at least 18 graduate hours in the required teaching field. 

Pay Grade V

Master's Degree plus 30 graduate semester hours of approved courses in the required teaching field. 

Pay Grade VI

Doctor's Degree in the required teaching field or related area.

Notes:

§ Assistant Instructors may be employed at less than the minimum for the pay grade.

§ Entry level to depend on appropriate instructional and professional experience.

§ Upon qualifying for higher pay grade, an adjustment equal to the difference between the minimums of pay grades will be added to the annual salary (See Faculty Handbook for timing).

§ All degrees must be from regionally accredited institutions.

PROFESSIONAL NON-FACULTY

Includes but is not limited to the following:

Assistant Director – Physical Plant/Grant Accountant
Coordinator of Student Academic Services/Grounds Supervisor
Coordinator of Testing/Librarians
Counselors/Maintenance  Supervisor
Physical Plant Foreman
Student Health Coordinator

PAY GRADE I

Professional personnel on a 39 week (9 month or 39 weeks) contract.

PAY GRADE II

Professional personnel on a 44.3 week (10 month or 44.3 weeks) contract.

PAY GRADE III

Professional personnel on a 45.5 week (10 1/2 month or 45.5 weeks) contract.

PAY GRADE IV

Professional personnel on a 52 week (12 month or 52 weeks) contract.

PARA-PROFESSIONAL (Administrative or Instructional)

Includes but is not limited to the following:

Accounting Manager
Assistant Coordinator-TASP Compliance Officer
Assistant Director/Computer Center
Assistant/Associate Registrar
Benefits Coordinator
Communications Specialist/Photographer
Communications Specialist/Sports Information Coordinator
Computer Technician
Coordinator for CEWD
Coordinator of News and Information
Coordinator of Publications and Advertising
Coordinator Student Relations
Director of Campus Police
Executive Secretary to the President
Financial Aid Coordinator
Loan Coordinator
Network Technician
Network Technology Specialist
Payroll Coordinator
Personnel Coordinator
Poise Support Specialist
Publication Specialist
Recruiter
Secretary to Vice President

 

 

Administrative Note:

Assignment to a pay grade is commensurate with education and experience.
PAY GRADE I
PAY GRADE II
PAY GRADE III

CAMPUS POLICE OFFICERS

Sergeant
Officer

DORM SUPERVISORS

Hourly--Baker Center Supervisor and Lobby Supervisor
Monthly--Dorm Director--All halls
Monthly--Smallwood Apartments

CLASSIFIED PERSONNEL

PAY GRADE I

Class A - work less than 17 hours per week and 39 weeks
Class B - work at least 17 hours but less than 37.5 to 40 hours per week and 39 weeks.

The grade includes but is not limited to:

Departmental Secretaries
Mail Room Clerk

PAY GRADE II

Class C - 37.5 to 40 hours per week and 52 weeks.

The grade includes but is not limited to:

Clerk Typist
Mail Clerk
Library Technician
Financial Aid Processor
Bookstore Clerk
Secretary to Department Chairperson
Secretary to Director
Clerk or Operator (for function)

PAY GRADE III

Class C - 37.5 to 40 hours per week and 52 weeks.

The grade includes but is not limited to:

Administrative Assistant to Associate or Assistant Dean or Director
Admissions Assistant or Records Clerk
Assistant Computer Operator
Insurance or Scholarship Coordinator
Assistant Accountant or Accounting Clerk
Payroll Administrator
Secretary to Associate or Assistant Dean or Director
Financial Aid Processor

PAY GRADE IV

Class C - 37.5 to 40 hours per week and 52 weeks.

The grade includes but is not limited to:

Administrative Assistant to Chief Officer of major division
Associate Accountant or Assistant Accounting Manager
Chief Clerk (for function)
Secretary to Chief Officer of a major division
Admissions Associate
Computer Operator

BUILDINGS, GROUNDS AND SERVICES PERSONNEL (40 hour and 52 weeks positions)

CATEGORIES (2080 hrs: 52 weeks at 40 hours per week)

Apprentice Custodian
Custodian
Apprentice Groundsman
Groundsman
General Maintenance

Amendment:  Clarification
Approved by:  Executive Council
Nature of Revision:  Revised Categories
Date Issued:  9/02

 


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