CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENT <>F HUMAN RESOURCES

Offico Of JIJe Dimctor
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Sacramento, CA 95Hl1
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July 3, 2013
The Honorable Mark Leno
Chair, Joint Legislative Budget Committee
Legislative Office Building
1 020 N Street, Room 553
Sacramento, CA 95818
Governor Edmund G. Brown Jr.
Director Julie Chapman
Chief Deputy Oirectot; lioward Schwartz
Re: Addendum to Bargaining Unit 12, Department of Water Resources and the International Union
of Operating Engineers- Critical Staffing Shortage Agreement
This is to inform you of a recent agreement reached between the State and Department of Water
Resources (DWR) state water project employees of Bargaining Unit 12, the International Union of
Operating Engineers (IUOE). The attached addendum is effective July 1, 2013.
This addendum increases the salary levels for DWR state water project employees effective July 1, 2013.
In order to address short term critical retention needs, the Department of Human Resources (CaiHR) will
consult with the California Public Employees' Retirement System (CaiPERS) to establish a mechanism for
compensation increases for purposes of retirement. We anticipate legislation will be needed to ratify this
agreement and are working with IUOE to identify a vehicle for such.
CaiHR is providing this addendum for the Committee's information according to Government Code
§3517.63. If you have any questions or concerns please contact Nancy Farias, Legislative Deputy at (916)
327-2348.
/'Sliiljerely,
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lie Chapman, irector
California Department of Human Resources
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California Department of Human Resources
DWR Critical Staffing Shortage Agreement
FY2013-14 Salary Increases- Effective 7-1-2013
80%
FY2013-14
%
eases c
37.4% $
CONTRL SY TECH Ill 7.53 659 7,634 8,293 7.95% 31.9% $21,034 $243,661
a 3662 CONTRL SYS TECH II 19.23 1,499 17,369 18,868 7.94% 31.7% $47,504 $550,428
a 3663 ELECTL-MC T TC Ill 7.98 715 8,295 9,010 7.94% 31.9% $22,821 $264,759
a 3664 ELECTL-MEC T TC II 12.7 980 11,370 12,350 7.94% 31.7% $31,056 $360,318 $391,375
a 3668 ELECT-MEG T TC I 2.21 104 1,198 1,302 7.99% 37.4% $3,885 $44,755 $48,640
6265 UTJLCRAFT 163.26 9,279 107,586 116,865 7.94% 30.0% $278,390 $3,227,817 $3,506,208
6267 UTIL CRAFT APPRNT 13.18 480 5,567 6,047 7.94% 23.0% $11,017 $127,771 $138,788
6453 HYDROELC PLNT E II 17.18 1,410 16,340 17,750 7.94% 22.5% $31,712 $367,496 $399,208
6454 HYDROELC PLNT M II 20.28 1,747 20,262 22,009 7.94% 22.5% $39,291 $455,705 $494,996
b 6455 HYDROELCT PLNT E I 42.08 3,108 36,037 39,145 7.94% 28.3% $87,839 $1,018,404 $1,106,243
b 6456 HYDROELCT PLNT M I 70.22 5,214 60,455 65,670 7.94% 28.3% $147,360 $1,708,449 $1,855,809
6457 HYDRO PL T ELEC APR 12.32 524 6,073 6,597 7.94% 30.8% $16,140 $187,057 $203,197
6458 HYDRO PLNT MECH AP 11.1 453 5,251 5,704 7.94% 30.8% $13,953 $161,739 $175,692
6462 SR HYDRO PLNT OPER 61.27 5,160 59,822 64,982 7.94% 22.5% $116,051 $1,345,433 $1,461,484
b 6463 HYDRO PLANT OPERTR 100.36 7,210 83,591 90,801 7.94% 28.2% $203,158 $2,355,310
6466 SR WATER&POWR DISP 8.23 748 8,677 9,425 7.94% 10,278 19.0% $15,499 $179,791
WATER & POWER DISP 14.59 1.179 13,667 14,846 7.94% 16,390 17.9% $23,300 $270,089
1,870 7.94% 1,915 28.3% $4,298 $49,828
HYDRO PLANT OPERTR 1 72 833 905 7.94% 926 28.2% $2,073 $24,032
UTJL CRAFT SUPT 6.1 488 5,659 6,147 7.94% 6,295 23.9% $11,931 $138,351
A UTIL CRAFT SUPT 8.75 580 6,729 7,309 7.94% 7,484 37.3% $22,153 $257,017
6263 UTIL CRAFT SUP 36.54 2,207 25,592 27,799 7.94% 28,466 36.8% $83,157 $964,269
6450 HYDRO PL T MNT SUPT 9.73 1,006 11,660 12,666 7.94% 12,970 20.0% $20,584 $238,573
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·Class
CBID Code Class Title
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FTE 1%GF
S12 6451 HYDRO PL T ELEC SPR 13.55 1,259
S12 6452 HYDRO PLT MECH SPR 12.06 1,108
S12 6460 HYDRO PL T OPR SUPT 5.94 613
S12 6461 CH HYDRO PLNT OPER 15.13 1,454
S12 6466 SR WATER&POWR DISP 5.15 475
s·12'Total
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.111:95 . 9,558
California Department of Human Resources
DWR Critical Staffing Shortage Agreement
FY2013-14 Salary Increases- Effective 7-1-2013
1%0F 1% Total GF%
14,589 15,848 7.94%
12,847 13,955 7.94%
7,116 7,729 7.93%
16,857 18,311 7.94%
5,501 5,976 7.95%
110,818 120,376;
80%
3%
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Adj.1%
3%SSA@
Max 7-1-13
16,228
14,290
7,914
18,750
6,119
123,265
Adj.1%
Annual R&R
Roll-in
6,685
6,685
FY2013-14
%
Increases GF OF Total
22.8% $29,364 $340,268 $369,633
22.8% $25,843 $299,639 $325,481
20.0% $12,542 $145,599 $158,142
22.8% $33,913 $393,166 $427,079
24.5% $13,017 $150,754 $163,771
$263,149 $3,051,061 $3,314,210
Q.rand Total
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740.85 52,466 608,258 660,724 137,309 39,180 $1,451,969 $16,833,316 $18,285,286
Data Source: SCO Table 183, March 2013; Position Benefits file April2013
The above costs are based on the DWR Critical Staffing Shortage Agreement (IUOE), salary increases effective 7-1-13
The percentage increase for class codes 3657, 3668, 6267, 6457, 6458, 6463, and 6469, which have multiple ranges are based on a weighted average.
The Excluded's 1% value is adjusted to reflect the 3% SSA at Maximum effective 7-1-2013, based on 80% value.
The annual $8,000 Recruitment and Retention Pay Differential #134 is being rolled into the base pay. The 1% values for class codes 6459, 6465, 6466 and 6467 are adjusted accordingly.
Note:
aJ The classifications Control System Technician and Electrical-Mechanical Testing Technician, (cc} 3657, 3661, 3662,3663,3664, and 3668 are used for costing purposes.
These classifications will be reallocated into the new Hydroelectric Plant Technician I, II, and Ill Series being established.
bJ Classification Hydroelectric Plant Technician Supervisor is being established; DWR is reallocating 2 HEP Mechanic I, 2 HEP Electrician I, and 1 HEP Operator I (5 Positions)
to offset the HEP Tech Supervisor costs. The 1% values are adjusted accordingly.
cJ For costing purposes the Principal Hydroelectric Power (HEP) Utility Engineer is used. There are no current incumbents in the Chief Field Division, DWR classification.
The DWR's intent is to reclassify 5 existing (M09) Principal Hydroelectric Power (HEP} Utility Engineer positions to the Chief Field Division classification.