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TABLE OF CONTENTS

PREAMBLE ............................................................................................................................... 1
ARTICLE 1 RECOGNITION................................................................................................ 1
ARTICLE 2 NON-DISCRIMINATION ............................................................................... 1
ARTICLE 3 MEMBERSHIP RIGHTS................................................................................. 1
Section 3.1 Agency Shop ................................................................................................ 1
Section 3.2 Charity Fee ................................................................................................... 2
Section 3.3 Payroll Deduction ......................................................................................... 2
Section 3.4 Public Employees Organized to Promote Legislative Equality (PEOPLE) . 2
Section 3.5 Transaction of Union Business..................................................................... 2
ARTICLE 4 MANAGEMENT RIGHTS .............................................................................. 3
ARTICLE 5 UNION RIGHTS ............................................................................................... 3
Section 5.1 Official Representatives ............................................................................... 3
Section 5.2 Executive Board and Stewards ..................................................................... 3
Section 5.3 President and Vice-President ........................................................................ 4
Section 5.4 Negotiating Committee ................................................................................ 5
ARTICLE 6 UNION NOTICES AND ACTIVITIES .......................................................... 5
Section 6.1 Advance Notice ............................................................................................ 5
Section 6.2 Bulletin Boards ............................................................................................. 5
Section 6.3 Distribution ................................................................................................... 5
Section 6.4 Visits by Union Representatives .................................................................. 6
Section 6.5 Use of Facilities ............................................................................................ 6
Section 6.6 Employee Lists ............................................................................................. 6
Section 6.7 Personnel Records ........................................................................................ 6
Section 6.8 Classification Specifications ........................................................................ 7
Section 6.9 Turnover List ................................................................................................ 7
Section 6.10 Seniority Lists............................................................................................... 7
Section 6.11 New Employees.7
ARTICLE 7 CONFLICT OF INTEREST ............................................................................ 7
ARTICLE 8 PROBATIONARY PERIOD ........................................................................... 7
Section 8.1 New Employees ............................................................................................ 7
Section 8.2 Subsequent Probationary Periods ................................................................. 8

ARTICLE 9 PAY PRACTICES............................................................................................. 8


Section 9.1 Salaries ......................................................................................................... 8
Section 9.2 Basic Pay Plan .............................................................................................. 9
Section 9.3 Salary Review ............................................................................................... 10

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ARTICLE 10 HOURS OF WORK, OVERTIME, PREMIUM PAY............................... ..10


Section 10.1 Overtime Work ......................................................................................... ..10
Section 10.2 Bilingual Pay ............................................................................................ ..11
ARTICLE 11 LEAVES ......................................................................................................... ..11
Section 11.1 STO........................................................................................................... ..11
Section 11.2 Sick Leave ................................................................................................ ..12
Section 11.3 Administrative Time Off .......................................................................... ..13
Section 11.4 Legal Holidays.......................................................................................... ..14
Section 11.5 Approved Leave ....................................................................................... ..14
Section 11.6 Bereavement Leave .................................................................................. ..16
ARTICLE 12 BENEFITS PROGRAMS ............................................................................. ..16
Section 12.1 Health Benefits ......................................................................................... ..16
Section 12.2 Vision, Dental, and Life Insurance Coverage .......................................... ..19
Section 12.3 Benefits Coverage .................................................................................... ..19
Section 12.4 Workers Compensation ........................................................................... ..20
Section 12.5 Wage Replacement Benefits and the Integration of Pay .......................... ..21
Section 12.6 Safety Shoes ............................................................................................. ..21
Section 12.7 Uniform Allowance .................................................................................. ..22
Section 12.8 Drivers License Fee Reimbursement ...................................................... ..22
Section 12.9 Tuition Reimbursement and Professional Development Program ........... ..23
Section 12.10 Free Transportation .................................................................................. ..23
Section 12.11 Wellness Program ..................................................................................... ..23

ARTICLE 13 RETIREMENT PROGRAMS ..................................................................... ..24


Section 13.1 California Public Employees Retirement System (PERS) ....................... ..24
Section 13.2 401 (a) Money Purchase Plan .................................................................... ..25
Section 13.3 Retirement Program Meetings ................................................................... ..25
Section 13.4 PEPRA Implementation ............................................................................. ..25
ARTICLE 14 PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE ............................... ..25
ARTICLE 15 LABOR MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE ................................................. ..25
ARTICLE 16 WORK OUT OF CLASS (WOOC) AND ALTERNATE WORK WEEK..26
Section 16.1 Work Out Of Class ................................................................................... ...26
Section 16.2 Alternate Work Week ............................................................................... ...26
ARTICLE 17 TRANSFERS, PROMOTIONS, AND DEMOTIONS ................................ ...27
ARTICLE 18 FIELD/OCC SUPERVISOR SHIFT BIDDING (SIGN-UP). ................... 27
ARTICLE 19 LAYOFF ........................................................................................................ ...27
Section 19.1 Vacancy and Staffing Committee ............................................................. ...27
Section 19.2 Seniority Defined...................................................................................... ...27

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Section 19.3
Section 19.4
Section 19.5
Section 19.6
Section 19.7
Section 19.8
Section 19.9
Section 19.10
Section 19.11
Section 19.12

Order of Layoff......................................................................................... ...28


Specific Skills ........................................................................................... ...28
Changes to Classes ................................................................................... ...28
Notice of Layoff ....................................................................................... ...28
Reassignment in Lieu of Layoff ............................................................... ...28
Layoff ....................................................................................................... ...29
Reemployment List .................................................................................. ...29
Temporary Work for Laid-Off Workers................................................... ...29
Names Dropped from Reemployment List.............................................. ...29
Rights Restored ....................................................................................... ...29

ARTICLE 20 DISCIPLINE AND DISCHARGE ............................................................... ..29


ARTICLE 21 GRIEVANCE PROCEDURE ...................................................................... ..30
Section 21.1 Grievance Defined .................................................................................... ..30
Section 21.2 Just Cause ................................................................................................. ..30
Section 21.3 Matters Excluded From Consideration Under the Grievance Procedure . ..30
Section 21.4 Grievance Presentation ............................................................................. ..30
Section 21.5 Selection of Arbitrator .............................................................................. ..31
Section 21.6 Arbitrators Decision ................................................................................ ..32
Section 21.7 Procedure .................................................................................................. ..32
Section 21.8 Continuous Dispute Resolution ................................................................ ..32
ARTICLE 22 STRIKES AND LOCKOUTS ...................................................................... ..32
ARTICLE 23 TERM OF AGREEMENT ........................................................................... ..33
Section 23.1 Printing of Agreement ............................................................................... ..33
APPENDIX A CLASSIFICATIONS LISTING ................................................................. ..34
APPENDIX B SALARY TABLE FOR 2013, 2014, 2015 .................................................. .. 37
APPENDIX C SALARY TABLE FOR 2013, 2014, 2015 .................................................. ..49
APPENDIX D SAFETY SHOES ELIGIBLE CLASSIFICATIONS ............................... ..73
APPENDIX E RAIN GEAR ELIGIBLE CLASSIFICATIONS ....................................... ..74
SIDELETTER RETIREMENT HEALTH SAVINGS ACCOUNT ................................. ..75
SIDELETTER SALARY REALINGMENTS.76

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PREAMBLE
This is a Memorandum of Agreement (Agreement) between the Santa Clara Valley
Transportation Authority (VTA) and the VTA Chapter of the American Federation of
State, County and Municipal Employees, Local 101, AFL-CIO, (AFSCME). VTA and
AFSCME acknowledge that this Agreement complies with the California Court of
Appeals decision in VTA v. Rea (American Federation of State, County and Municipal
Employees) 140 Cal.App.4th 1303 (2006).
This Agreement is the result of both parties meeting and discussing in good faith.

ARTICLE 1 - RECOGNITION
Pursuant to a representation election held on March 30, 2004, by the California State
Conciliation and Mediation Services, VTA recognizes American Federation of State,
County, and Municipal Employees (AFSCME) as the exclusive bargaining representative
for all classified and unclassified employees in classifications within the SupervisoryAdministrative bargaining unit.
For the purposes of this Agreement, an employee shall be defined as a person
employed in a classification in the bargaining unit covered by this Agreement. The
classifications covered by this Agreement are listed in Appendix A.
Those employees designated as FLSA exempt are considered management employees
and are expected to perform the duties and responsibilities required to accomplish their
jobs. Those employees designated as non FLSA exempt shall receive compensation for
overtime in accordance with State and Federal Law except as may be provided for
elsewhere in this agreement.

ARTICLE 2 - NON-DISCRIMINATION
VTA and AFSCME agree that the provisions of this Agreement shall be applied equally
to all employees without discrimination due to age, ancestry, sex, marital status, religion,
race, color, creed, national origin, sexual orientation, mental or physical disability,
disabled veteran/Vietnam era veteran status, genetic information, gender identity,
political beliefs, organizational affiliation or union affiliation.

ARTICLE 3 - MEMBERSHIP RIGHTS


Section 3.1 - Agency Shop
As a condition of employment, all employees covered by this contract on and after the
effective date of this agreement shall execute an authorization for payroll deductions of
one of the following: union membership dues, agency fee or charity fee.
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If any employee covered by this contract fails to authorize one of the above deductions,
VTA shall automatically deduct the agency fee from the employees paycheck beginning
with the first complete pay period following the date of this agreement for current
employees, and any new employees covered by this agreement the first complete pay
period following entry into the unit.
If, after all other involuntary and insurance premium deductions are made in any pay
period, the balance is not sufficient to pay the deduction of union membership dues,
agency fee or charity fee required, no such deduction shall be made for the current pay
period.
AFSCME agrees to indemnify, defend and hold VTA harmless from all claims, demands,
suits or any other action arising from the Agency Shop provisions.
Section 3.2 - Charity Fee
To qualify for deduction of the charity fee; the employee must certify to AFSCME and
VTA that he/she is a member of a bona fide religion, body or sect which has historically
held conscientious objections to joining or financially supporting public employee
organizations. Such exempt member of the unit will be required to submit to the Union
Office and VTA a notarized letter signed by an official of the bona fide religion, body or
sect certifying that persons membership. The deduction shall not be forwarded to the
chosen charity that is exempt from taxation under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal
Revenue Code until the Union has approved of the exemption and sent VTA written
notification of their approval. The Union will receive quarterly statements from VTA as
proof of payment of the charity fee to one of the following charities:
1. Gardner Family Health
2. Building Peaceful Families
3. MLK National Foundation
The charity fee is equal to the rate for agency fee.
Section 3.3 - Payroll Deductions
VTA agrees to make payroll deductions according to the terms and conditions of the
authorization to deduct membership fees, dues and assessments as may be levied by
AFSCME. AFSCME will hold VTA harmless from any claims on account of any such
deductions.
Section 3.4 - Public Employees Organized to Promote Legislative Equality
(P.E.O.P.L.E)
VTA agrees to allow voluntary payroll deductions according to the terms and conditions
of the authorization to deduct P.E.O.P.L.E contributions.
Section 3.5 - Transaction of Union Business
The AFSCME President or authorized representative shall be permitted by VTA to
transact any AFSCME business on the premises of VTA, but the transaction of AFSCME
business shall not delay the scheduled work assignments of any employee.
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ARTICLE 4 - MANAGEMENT RIGHTS


All matters pertaining to the management of operations, such as the type and kind of
service rendered to the public, the equipment used, workload, the administration of
discipline and efficiency, the standards for hire, promotion and transfer of employees,
and their discharge or discipline for cause, are within the discretion of VTA, subject to
such limitations that are set forth elsewhere in this Agreement.
VTA rules and procedures, as may be amended from time to time, are necessary for
efficient operations, and infraction of these rules shall constitute cause for discharge or
other disciplinary action. No rules or procedures promulgated or enforced by VTA shall
be valid if they violate any provisions set forth in this Agreement.

ARTICLE 5 - UNION RIGHTS


Section 5.1 - Official Representatives
a) Notification of Official Representatives
AFSCME agrees to notify VTA of their Official Representatives and changes in
such Representatives. They may also designate alternates to such Official
Representatives for purposes of specific meetings by advance notice to the
appropriate level of management. Notice to VTA shall be issued within five (5)
work days from selection.
b) Meetings with Management
VTA agrees to provide release time for Official Representatives or their designated
alternates for attendance at mutually agreed upon meetings. Each Division shall
notify AFSCME of the person(s) to be contacted for approval of release time.
AFSCME agrees to notify VTA at least 24 hours in advance of the request for
release time and the names of the Official Representative(s) to be released. VTA
agrees to arrange for release time with the appropriate supervisor(s). Release time
arrangements shall include a reasonable amount of travel time.
For purposes of VTA-wide meetings with Management, requests for release time
shall be made through Employee Relations (ER).
c) Number for Release
The parties agree that no more than three AFSCME Official Representatives shall
be recognized for the purpose of release time at any single meeting.
Section 5.2 Executive Board and Stewards
a) Notification of Executive Board Officers and Stewards
AFSCME agrees to notify VTA with the names of their Executive Board Officers
and Stewards. The Executive Board (including the AFSCME President, Vice
President, and Secretary) shall not exceed 7 in number. Stewards shall not exceed
a total of 8 with 5 alternate stewards not to exceed a total of 20. AFSCME shall
provide periodic (bi-annual) listings of employees identified as Executive Board
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Officers and Stewards. Alternate Stewards may be designated to serve in the


absence of the Steward. VTA will notify AFSCME of the appropriate department
management representatives the Executive Board Officer or Steward may contact
in carrying out their duties as a Steward. For the purposes of this section Executive
Board Officers and Stewards will be referred to as Stewards.
b) Grievance/Discipline Related Release Time
VTA agrees to provide release time for:
1)

A meeting with an employee at the worksite of either the Steward or the


employee concerning a grievance or appeal;

2)

A meeting with VTA.

c) Grievance/Discipline Related Employee Release


If an employee has a grievance and wishes to discuss it on VTA time with a
designated Steward, he/she shall be allowed the opportunity within a reasonable
amount of time to verify if his/her designated Steward is present and available to
be seen. If the Steward is present and available, the employee shall obtain
approval from his/her immediate supervisor prior to leaving his/her work station.
d) Grievance/Discipline Investigation
A reasonable amount of time will be granted the employee and Steward to handle
the initial investigation of the grievance. The parties agree that in handling
grievances, the employee and Steward will use only the amount of time necessary
to handle the grievance. Upon request, the employee shall be provided one copy
of his/her personnel file to assist in preparing for a disciplinary hearing.
e) Steward Council Meetings
AFSCME agrees that VTA will be notified of Steward council meetings at least
one week in advance. VTA shall not unreasonably deny time off requests by
Stewards to attend monthly Steward council meetings.
f) Meetings with Management
AFSCME agrees that meetings with VTA will be arranged in advance, with
notification to the appropriate level of Management, of the Stewards, and
employees planning to attend. VTA agrees to arrange for release time with the
appropriate level of supervision.
Section 5.3 - President and Vice-President
a) AFSCME may designate one President and one Vice-President.
b) The President, Vice-President, or their designee, shall be entitled to release time to
replace a Steward when the Steward is not available or to accompany a new
Steward for training purposes.

c) VTA agrees to provide release time for attendance at Board of Directors meetings
and/or Board committees only to the President, Vice-President, or in their absence,
their designee.
d) The President, Vice-President, or in their absence, their designee, shall be entitled
to attend arbitration and disciplinary hearings, upon request.
Section 5.4 - Negotiating Committee
There shall be no more than six (6) official Representatives on the AFSCME
negotiating committee and VTA agrees to release them upon request. The six (6)
official Representatives does not include the AFSCME Business Agent, who may also
attend the negotiations.
a) Those negotiators who are on their own time during the meetings will not be paid.
b) Resource people for the negotiations shall be allowed to use leave without pay or
vacation to attend scheduled negotiation meetings to provide information to the
Negotiation Committee on specific items on an as needed basis by the Negotiation
Committee. VTA shall facilitate arranging time off for resource people attending
negotiations.

ARTICLE 6 - UNION NOTICES AND ACTIVITIES


Section 6.1 - Advance Notice
Whenever VTA changes personnel policies and procedures, AFSCME, absent an
emergency, will be given written notice at least fourteen (14) calendar days before the
effective date of the change. This notice is provided in order that AFSCME may discuss
the changes with VTA before they become effective. If AFSCME does not respond
within the fourteen (14) calendar day period, the opportunity to discuss these changes
will be waived by AFSCME. If AFSCME responds within the fourteen (14) calendar day
period that they wish to meet and discuss the change, the meeting shall be held within ten
(10) calendar days of the request, unless the parties mutually agree, in writing, to extend
the deadline.
Policies or procedures that affect terms and conditions of employment are subject to meet
and negotiate.
Section 6.2 - Bulletin Boards
AFSCME shall be provided use of adequate and accessible space on bulletin boards
for communications.
Section 6.3 - Distribution
AFSCME may distribute material to employees through normal channels.

Section 6.4 - Visits by Union Representatives


Any Representative of AFSCME shall give advance notice to a department head or
their designated representative when entering departmental facilities.
The
Representative shall be allowed reasonable contact with employees on VTA facilities
provided such contact does not interfere with the employees work. Solicitation for
membership or other internal employee organization business shall not be conducted
during work time. Pre-arrangement for routine contact may be made on an annual
basis, through the Employee Relations Department.
Section 6.5 - Use of Facilities
VTAs buildings and facilities shall be made available for use by AFSCME or their
Representatives in accordance with administrative procedures governing such use.
Section 6.6 - Employee Lists
VTA shall provide at no charge to AFSCME or their designated representative, upon
written request, a data processing run of names, addresses, and classifications of work of
all workers within the bargaining unit, not more than one time per month. AFSCME
agrees that such information will be treated in a confidential manner.
Section 6.7 - Personnel Records
Employees shall have the right to review their personnel file directly and/or to or
authorize review by their Union Representative. All requests to examine personnel
records must be made to VTA Human Resources Department to schedule an appointment
to review their personnel file.
No adverse material will be inserted into the employees personnel file without prior
written notice to the employee. Employees may have documents placed in their personnel
files in response to adverse material inserted therein and correspondence related to their
job performance.
Materials relating to disciplinary actions recommended but not taken, or disciplinary
actions overturned, shall not be retained in an employees personnel file.
All adverse material shall be removed from the employees personnel file at the end of
three (3) years upon written request by the employee, except adverse material involving
charges relating to fighting, serious misconduct, discrimination or harassment, violation
of public policy or criminal acts and provided no additional material has been issued
during the intervening period.
Materials relating to suspension which become final will be removed after eight (8) years,
upon request by the employee, if no other suspensions have occurred during the eight (8)
year period except those involving charges relating to fighting, serious misconduct,
discrimination or harassment, violation of public policy or criminal acts.

Section 6.8 - Classification Specifications


If VTA creates a new AFSCME represented job classification or substantially revises an
existing AFSCME job classification, VTA shall forward such new classification and
wage scale to the Union. AFSCME shall have Fourteen (14) calendar days to request
bargaining on the wage scale. The meeting shall be held within ten (10) calendar days of
the request, unless the parties mutually agree, in writing, to extend the deadline. In any
event, VTA shall not be precluded from implementing the new classification or change.
Section 6.9 - Turnover List
Each month, VTA shall forward to the AFSCME Union Office the names of all persons
in positions covered by this Agreement who enter or leave VTA employment or change
classification. Such lists shall include the designated organizational unit to which persons
are assigned, and the effective date of the change.
Section 6.10 - Seniority Lists
Upon written request, VTA shall provide at no charge to AFSCME or their designated
representative, a seniority list of classifications. The list will be provided no more than
once annually.
Section 6.11 - New Employees
VTA shall inform new employees at the time of their employment in a classification
covered by this Agreement of the existence of this Agreement and give all new
bargaining unit employees a copy of the AFSCME Agreement and a membership
application. VTA shall refer newly hired or promoted AFSCME employees to AFSCME.
The Union shall be provided with a copy of the offer letter when an employee has been
hired, which shall include the salary, the step level, and the employees start date.

ARTICLE 7 CONFLICT OF INTEREST


Employees are to abide by all applicable Federal, State, and Local Statutes or
Agreement requirements regarding conflict of interest in outside employment.
Employees intending to engage in outside employment shall file an advance statement
of such intent for the approval of the appointing authority.

ARTICLE 8 - PROBATIONARY PERIOD


Section 8.1 - New Employees
Original probationary periods for employees shall be nine calendar months, moved to the
beginning date of the next pay period; A probationary period may be extended an
equivalent number of days to allow the employee to complete the full probationary period
if an employee is absent from work during the original probation. If the probation is
going to be extended due to absences the employer shall notice the employee in writing
of the new/adjusted probation end date.

The supervisor shall use the Probationary Performance Discussion Form to document
performance discussions with newly hired employees. Formal discussions shall take
place on at least two (2) occasions spread throughout the probationary period. The first
shall be completed prior to the completion of the fourth month of the probationary period
and the second shall be completed after the fourth month and prior to the completion of
the eighth month. Nothing shall preclude the completion of more than two evaluations.
Two evaluations are not required if the employee is terminated prior to the end of
probation. Both the supervisor and employee will sign and date the Probationary
Performance Discussion Form upon completion and discussion.
The original signed Probationary Performance Discussion Form shall be forwarded to
Employee Services and placed in the employees personnel file. A copy shall be given to
the employee.
Employees who are terminated during an original probation shall receive five working
days notice of termination or five days pay in lieu of notice. VTA shall provide the
Union a copy of the notice, at the same time as the AFSCME represented employee.
Section 8.2 Subsequent Probationary Periods
Subsequent probationary periods for employees shall be six calendar months, moved to
the beginning date of the next pay period. A subsequent probationary period may be
extended an equivalent number of days to allow the employee to complete the full
probationary period if an employee is absent from work during the subsequent probation.
If the probation is going to be extended due to absences the employer shall notice the
employee in writing of the new/adjusted probation end date.
The supervisor shall use the Probationary Performance Discussion form to document
performance discussions with promoted/transferred employees. Formal discussions shall
take place on at least two (2) occasions prior to the completion of the fourth and sixth
month of the probationary period. Both the supervisor and employee will sign and date
the Probationary Performance Discussion Form upon completion and discussion.
The original signed Probationary Performance Discussion Form shall be forwarded to
Employee Services and placed in the employees personnel file. A copy shall be given to
the employee.
At the time of the last discussion, the supervisor shall inform the employee in writing
whether probation is to be completed or if the employee is to be returned to former
classification.

ARTICLE 9 - PAY PRACTICES


Section 9.1 - Salaries
Effective the first full pay period upon ratification and Board approval (pay period 13),
AFSCME represented employees shall receive a 3% general wage increase.

Effective the first full pay period in June 2014, AFSCME represented employees shall
receive a 3% general wage increase.
Effective the first full pay period in June 2015, AFSCME represented employees shall
receive a subsequent 3% general wage increase.

Section 9.2 - Basic Pay Plan


The Basic Pay Plan shall consist of the step progressions and the assignment of classes to
such progressions as provided in the appendices B and C. Each employee shall be paid
within the progression for his/her class according to the following provisions. An
employees salary shall not exceed the top of the step progression.
Salary adjustments shall be made on the first day of the pay period in which the required
accumulation of months of competent service occurs.
a) Step One
The first step in each progression is the minimum rate and shall normally be the
hiring rate for the class. In cases where it is difficult to secure qualified personnel or
a person with unusual qualifications is engaged, the Human Resources Director may
approve appointment at the second or third step, and with the approval of the Chief
Administrative Officer, appointment at the fourth or fifth step.
b) Step Two
The second step shall be paid after the accumulation of 6 months of competent
service at the first step.
c) Step Three
The third step shall be paid after the accumulation of 12 months of competent service
at the second step.
d) Step Four
The fourth step shall be paid after the accumulation of 12 months of competent
service at the third step.
e) Step Five
The fifth step shall be paid after the accumulation of 12 months of competent service
at the fourth step.
f) Promotional Increases
Upon promotion, a workers salary shall be adjusted as follows:
1) For a promotion of less than 10%, the salary shall be adjusted to the step in the
new range which provides for a corresponding percentage increase in salary.

2) For a promotion of 10% or more, the salary shall be adjusted to the step in the
new range which provides for 10% increase in salary, or to the first step in the
new range, whichever is greater.
3) Upon promotion/reclassification the employees salary anniversary date shall be
adjusted to the date of such action. Future salary increases shall be computed
from the date of promotion/reclassification to a different class.
g) Salary Upon Demotion/ Downward Reclassification
1) Should an employee fail to pass probation for a higher classification, and be
returned to his/her former classification, the employees salary shall revert to what
it was prior to the promotion.
2) If an employee is demoted/downward reclassified after completing the probation
period for the class from which he/she is being demoted, the employees salary
shall be adjusted to the highest step in the new class that does not exceed the
salary in the former class.
3) Future salary increases shall be computed from the date of demotion/downward
reclassification.

Section 9.3 - Salary Review


VTA shall conduct a salary review of AFSCME benchmark classes. AFSCME and VTA
shall meet no later than December 15, 2013 to determine the benchmark classifications to
be studied and to identify the transit and public agencies to be surveyed. VTA shall then
conduct a salary review of the agreed to benchmark classes with the written reports
posted to AFSCME no later than March 1, 2014.
ARTICLE 10 HOURS OF WORK, OVERTIME, PREMIUM PAY
Section 10.1 Overtime Work
For FLSA non-exempt classifications, overtime shall be paid at the rate of one and onehalf (1-1/2) times the employees regular hourly rate. The overtime rate shall be paid for
work in excess of eight hours in any regular work day or in excess of 40 hours in any
work week.
For the purposes of computing overtime only actual on-duty time spent in the
performance of assigned duties will be included. Time off for which pay is received but
the time is not worked (such as sick leave or industrial injury time) or time off for which
no pay is received (such as approved or unapproved leaves of absence) shall not be
counted as time worked for purposes of computing overtime.
FLSA non-exempt employees who are assigned to work an observed holiday will be paid
at the rate of one and one-half (1 ) times the employees straight time rate plus any
holiday pay to which the employee may be entitled.

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Section 10.2 - Bilingual Pay


On the recommendation of the appointing authority and the Human Resources Manager,
VTA shall approve payments of $170 per month to a bilingual employee whose abilities
have been determined by the Human Resources Manager as qualifying to fill positions
requiring bilingual speaking and/or writing ability. Employees shall be tested within
thirty (30) days of the date they are deemed eligible by the Human Resources Manager.
If VTA fails to test the employee within thirty (30) days from the date they were
determined eligible for testing, the employee shall be paid retroactively from the last date
they should have been tested, provided the employee passes the test.
Bilingual skill payments will be made when:
a) Public contact requires continual eliciting and explaining information in a
language other than English; or in sign language (ASL or SEE); or
b) Where translation of written material in another language is a continuous
assignment; or
c) The position is the only one in the work location where there is a
demonstrated need for language translation in providing services to the public.
VTA shall provide a list of eligible positions covered by this Agreement and shall review,
not less than annually, to determine the number and location of positions to be designated
as requiring bilingual abilities.
The differential may be removed when the criteria ceases to be met for two pay periods.

ARTICLE 11 LEAVES
Section 11.1 - STO
a) STO Bank Accrual
Each employee shall be entitled to annual STO. STO shall be earned on an hourly
basis. For purposes of this Section, a day is defined as eight work hours. Upon the
effective date of this contract the accrual schedule shall be as follows:
SERVICE YEARS & WORK
DAY EQUIVALENT
1st year
1st through 261 days
2nd through 4th year
262 through 1044 days
5th through 9th year
1045 through 2349 days
10th through 14th year
2350 through 3654 days
15th through 19th year

YEARLY
ACCRUAL IN
WORK DAYS
17

MAXIMUM
CARRYOVER

19

63

23

75

25

81

27

87

11

17

3655 through 4959 days


20th and thereafter
4960 days

29

93

b) Pre-Scheduled Usage
STO may be used for any lawful purpose by the employee, however; the time
requested shall require the advance approval of management with due consideration
of both employee convenience and administrative requirements.
c) STO Bank Carry Over
Employees shall be allowed to carry over the maximum number of days as indicated
in the preceding chart. Any accruals exceeding the maximum will be paid off in the
first complete pay period of January of the following year.
d) STO Bank Pay-Off
Upon termination of employment, an employee shall be paid the monetary value of
the earned and unused STO balance as of the actual date of termination of
employment.
e) STO Cash Out
Employees may cash out any STO balance in excess of 80 hours. Cashouts may be
requested at any time during the year. Cashouts must be for a minimum of 40 hours.
Section 11.2 - Sick Leave
a) Sick Leave Bank Accrual
Each employee shall be entitled to an annual sick leave bank accrual. Upon the
effective date of this contract employees shall earn sick leave on an hourly basis at
the rate of 80 hours per year. Sick leave may be accrued without limitation.
b) Personal Sick Leave Usage
Absences due to verified personal illness may be charged to the Sick Leave Bank,
provided a sufficient balance is available.
c) Family Care Usage
Employees may use sick leave to attend to a sick family member as provided by
California law. For subsequent incidents, an employee may use up to three working
days of earned and unused sick leave per incident in order to care for a sick or injured
member of the employee's immediate family requiring care Immediate family" shall
mean the mother, father, grandmother, grandfather of the employee or of the spouse
of the employee and the spouse, son, son-in-law, daughter, daughter-in-law, brother
or sister of the employee or any person living in the immediate household of the
employee.
d) Sick Leave Approval and Verification
Management must approve sick leave bank usage. Requests for sick leave with pay
in excess of three working days (for either self or family) must be supported by a
statement from an accredited physician. Management may require such a supporting
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statement for absences less than three days.


e) Sick Leave Bank Pay Off
Upon death, retirement or resignation in good standing, an employee shall be paid for
any balance in the sick leave bank at the following rate.
Days of Service
0 through 2610
2611 " 2871
2872 " 3132
3133 " 3393
3394 " 3654
3655 " 3915
3916 " 4176
4177 " 4437
4438 " 4698
4699 " 4959
4960 " 5220
5221 " 5481
5482 " 5742
5743 " 6003
6004 " 6264
6265 " 6525
6526 " accumulation

% Paid at
0%
20%
22%
24%
26%
28%
30%
32%
34%
36%
38%
40%
42%
44%
46%
48%
50%

f) Reinstatement Pay Back


Employees receiving a sick leave bank pay off in accordance with Section e) may, if
reinstated within one year, repay the full amount of sick leave bank payoff received
and have the former sick leave bank balance restored. Repayment in full must be
made prior to reinstatement.
g) Sick Leave Bank Cashout
Employees may cash out sick leave balances in excess of 320 hours in accordance
with the existing Section e) schedule. Cashouts must be for a minimum of 40 hours.
Section 11.3 - Administrative Time Off
AFSCME represented employees in classifications that are designated as exempt are
ineligible for overtime under the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) are salaried
employees and are expected to work the number of hours necessary to fulfill the duties of
the position. Depending on the circumstances, AFSCME represented employees in
exempt classifications may work more or less than 40 hours in any particular week.
In recognition of the flexible demands of AFSCME exempt classifications, employees
may be granted administrative time off without charge to any leave bank under
administrative leave if the manager determines that service delivery and performance
of job functions will not be impaired because of the absence. Such time off should not be
calculated on an hour-for-hour basis in relation to excess hours worked.
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Administrative time off must be:


scheduled in advance, and
approved as administrative time off by their Non-Represented Manager, or
designee.
Employees need not state reasons for requesting the time off. Either it is or is not
appropriate to grant the time under the circumstances outlined above. An employee can
use the time for any lawful purpose to include personal business.
For a full days absence under administrative leave an executive managers approval is
required.
Section 11.4 - Legal Holidays
The following shall be observed as legal holidays:
1) January 1st (New Years Day)
2) Third Monday in January (Martin Luther King, Jr. Birthday)
3) Third Monday in February (Presidents Day)
4) Last Monday in May (Memorial Day)
5) July 4th (Independence Day)
6) First Monday in September (Labor Day)
7) Second Monday in October (Columbus Day)
8) Veterans Day to be observed on the date State of California employees
observe the holiday
9) Fourth Thursday in November (Thanksgiving Day)
10) The Friday following Thanksgiving Day (Day after Thanksgiving)
11) December 25th (Christmas Day)
12) Other such holidays as may be designated by the Board of Directors
a) Observance
Holidays which fall on Sunday shall be observed on the following Monday. Holidays
which fall on Saturdays shall be observed on the preceding Friday.
When the holidays fall on an employees scheduled day off, other than Saturday or
Sunday, eight (8) hours (or ten (10) hours for employees who work a 4/10 shift) of
STO shall be added to the employees STO balance.
b) Holiday Work
An employee may be assigned to work a Holiday. Employees in FLSA Exempt
classifications who work a Holiday shall be paid at straight time and shall have time
added to their STO balance on an hour for hour basis of time worked up to 8 hours (or
ten (10) hours for employees who work a 4/10 shift).
Section 11.5 - Approved Leave
Leave of Absence without pay may be granted and, if granted, seniority shall accumulate
during leave for:

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a) Union Business
Upon 30 days advance notice a long term leave without pay to accept employment
with AFSCME shall be granted by the appointing authority for a period of up to 12
months. A leave may only be denied if the notice requirement is not met.
b) Physical and Mental Conditions
Physical and mental conditions rendering the employee unable to perform their
duties, whether work related or not (for example, FMLA, CFRA, Workers
Compensation, Pregnancy Disability).
Such leave shall be limited to a 24-month period. If an employee returns to work and
performs the functions of their classifications for less than 30 consecutive calendar
days, this shall not break the 24-month period. If an employee is unable to return to
the employees current classification or secure another job at VTA within this 24month period, the employee will be released from employment.
c) Personal Reasons
The department manager may, at his or her discretion, grant an employee a Personal
Leave of Absence to handle pressing personal obligations. A Personal Leave of
Absence may not exceed 12 months. To be eligible, the employee must have
maintained a satisfactory record of employment with VTA for a minimum of 12
months.
d) Military Duty
The provisions of the Military and Veterans Code of the State of California shall
govern the military leave of employees of VTA.
e) Jury Duty
An employee shall be allowed to take leave from his/her VTA duties without loss of
wages, STO or benefits for the purpose of responding to summons to jury service,
provided that he/she executes a written waiver of all compensation other than the
mileage allowance. The employee shall supply a copy of the Summons and
verification of time served. No employee shall be paid more than his/her regular shift
pay or regular work week pay as a result of jury duty service. The employee shall
notify his/her supervisor when he/she has received a jury duty summons and when
his/her jury duty service is completed.
Nothing shall prevent any VTA employee from serving voluntarily on a jury more
than once per calendar year, provided, however, that such additional periods of
absence from regular VTA duties as a result thereof shall be charged, at the option of
such employee, to either accrued STO or leave without pay.
An employee who responds to a summons to jury duty and who is not selected as a
juror, shall return to work as soon as possible.
Employees who are on telephone standby shall report to work if permitted by the
court.
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At times there may be extraordinary cases in which it will be necessary for a


Supervisor to request that an employee delay their jury service. If an employee feels
that a delay in jury service is necessary, he/she should immediately consult with their
Supervisor. When appropriate, VTA will make a formal request to the Jury
Commissioner to delay the employees jury duty.
f) Court Appearances
No employee shall suffer loss of wages or benefits in responding to a subpoena by
VTA to testify in court or while providing a deposition at the request of VTA.
g) Voting
If an employee does not have sufficient time outside of working hours to vote at a
statewide election, the employee may take off enough working time which, when
added to the voting time available outside of working hours, will enable the employee
to vote. No more than two hours of the time taken off for voting shall be without loss
of pay. The time off for voting shall be only at the beginning or end of the regular
working shift, whichever allows the most free time for voting and the least time off
from the regular working shift, unless otherwise mutually agreed.
The employee shall give at least two working days notice that time off for voting is
desired in accordance with the provisions of this Section.
VTA may elect, at its discretion, where allowable by law, to administer these leaves
concurrently.
Section 11.6 - Bereavement Leave
Leaves of absence with pay shall be granted to employees in order that they may
discharge the customary obligations arising from the death of a member of their
immediate family. "Immediate family" shall mean the mother, father, grandmother,
grandfather, son, or daughter of the employee or of the spouse of the employee and the
spouse, stepparent, son-in-law, daughter-in-law, brother, sister, brother-in-law, sister-inlaw, or grandchild of the employee or any person living in the immediate household of
the employee. Up to 40 hours of pay shall be granted which shall consist of 24 hours not
charged to any accumulated balance followed by 16 hours chargeable to sick leave, if
necessary. If 250 miles of travel is required, up to 72 hours pay shall be granted which
will consist of 32 hours not charged to any accumulated balance and 40 hours chargeable
to sick leave. Any travel exceeding 250 miles from the VTA River Oaks campus must be
supported with written verifiable documentation including mileage and location of
services, upon return to work, within the pay-period.
ARTICLE 12 BENEFITS PROGRAMS
Section 12.1 - Health Benefits
a) Medical Coverage

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VTA will offer a Kaiser plan, at least one other HMO medical plan, and one PPO
medical plan from which employees can choose coverage. Effective January 1, 2014,
employees shall pay $50 toward his/her monthly premium plus any premium in
excess of the Kaiser family monthly premium.
b) Dual Coverage
VTA employees and their spouses or same sex domestic partners who are also
employed by VTA shall not be eligible for dual medical coverage though they may
choose separate medical plans. Non-employee eligible dependents may be covered
on either employees medical plan (at the employees choice), but cannot be covered
on both. All non-employee eligible dependents must be covered on the same plan.
VTA reserves the right to select the least costly method of implementing the medical
plan chosen by each employee.
c) Medical Opt Out
Employees with other medical coverage may opt out of VTA offered coverage. VTA
shall pay employees who opt out of medical coverage 50% of VTAs cost for the
least expensive single medical premium. Verification of other coverage is required to
initially qualify for payment and may be required on an annual basis. Employees
married to or the registered domestic partner of another VTA employee are not
eligible for a medical opt out payment.
d) Medical Benefits for Retirees
Employees hired (or rehired) on or after January 1, 2012, shall have a 30-day period,
upon completion of probation, to make an irrevocable election between the Defined
Benefit and the Defined Contribution Retiree Medical Programs described below.
I. Defined Benefit Retiree Medical Program:
a) For employees hired prior to August 30, 2007, VTA shall provide a premium
allowance toward the cost of the medical plan for employees who become eligible
by having 1) completed 5 years of service (1,305 days of accrued service) or more
with VTA and who 2) retire directly from VTA.
b) For employees hired on or after August 30, 2007, and prior to January 1, 2010,
VTA shall provide a premium allowance toward the cost of the medical plan for
employees who become eligible by having 1) completed eight (8) years of service
(2,088 days of accrued service) and 2) retire directly from VTA.
c) For employees hired on or after January 1, 2010, VTA shall provide a premium
allowance toward cost of the medical plan for employees who become eligible by
having 1) completed 15 years of service (3,915 days of accrued service) and 2)
retire directly from VTA.
Service includes former Santa Clara County service for those employees hired
directly by VTA with unbroken service on or before December 31, 1996.

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d) All retirees eligible for the defined benefit retiree medical program shall pay
according to the following:

Employees who retired before January 2, 2006, shall pay any premium in
excess of the single active Kaiser monthly premium.
Employees who retired on or after January 2, 2006, shall pay $25 in addition
to any premium in excess of the single active Kaiser, monthly premium.
Employees who retire on or after January 1, 2014, shall pay $50 in addition to
any premium in excess of the single active Kaiser monthly premium.

e) Retirees eligible for the defined benefit retiree medical program may purchase
coverage for their eligible dependents at their own cost. Dependents must be
enrolled in the plan that covers the retiree. The surviving spouse of an employee
eligible for the defined benefit retiree medical program may continue to purchase
medical coverage after the death of the retiree, if enrolled at the time of the
employees death.
f) Upon becoming eligible, due to age or disability, retirees eligible for the defined
benefit retiree medical program and their Medicare eligible dependents shall be
required to enroll in Medicare in order to maintain medical coverage. Retirees or
dependents who fail to enroll in Medicare and the Medicare supplement plan shall
be dropped from coverage. Retirees shall be reimbursed for the cost of their own
Medicare Part B premium, excluding penalties/late enrollment fees. VTA shall
not reimburse Medicare Part D premiums, and shall continue to cover Part D
Premiums for prescription drug coverage through the Medicare Supplement Plans.
g) Retirees who are eligible for the defined benefit retiree medical program but are
not eligible for medical coverage due to documented geographical relocation shall
receive the cash equivalent of the lowest-cost premium allowance, based on their
Medicare status.
h) Employees who do not complete the required years of service and retire directly
from VTA shall not receive any retiree medical benefit.
II. Defined Contribution Retiree Medical Program:
Employees hired (or re-hired) on or after January 1, 2012, may elect to voluntarily
enroll in a defined contribution retiree medical program in lieu of the defined benefit
retiree medical program. Such employees shall receive a defined contribution in the
amount of $400.00 per month toward the cost of medical expenses in retirement. This
contribution shall be placed in a retiree health savings account. Employer
contributions shall increase by 2% each January. There shall be no employee
contributions made.

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Employer contributions shall vest as follows:


SERVICE YEARS
after 5 years of employment

VESTING %
50%

after 6 years of employment

60%

after 7 years of employment

70%

after 8 years of employment

80%

after 9 years of employment

90%

after 10 years of employment

100%

New employees electing the Defined Contribution Retiree Medical Program, and
their dependents, upon the employees separation WILL NOT be able to purchase
medical insurance coverage or retiree medical insurance coverage through VTA
except as may be provided for by applicable State and Federal law.
Vested contributions shall become the property of the employee in accordance with
the above vesting schedule and may be used in accordance with applicable State
and/or Federal laws.
If an employee elects to participate in the Defined Contribution program and does not
stay long enough to vest employer contributions in full, any non-vested contributions
and their earnings shall revert to VTA.
Section 12.2 - Vision, Dental, and Life Insurance Coverage
a) Vision Coverage
VTA agrees to provide a vision plan for all employees and eligible dependents. VTA
will pay the full monthly premium for the employee and eligible dependents.
b) Dental Coverage
VTA shall provide an indemnity and an HMO dental plan. VTA shall pay the full
premium for the employee and eligible dependents on either plan.
c) Life Insurance Coverage
VTA shall provide a basic group Life Insurance Plan of $50,000 per employee.
Section 12.3 - Benefits Coverage
a) Benefits Coverage While on Unpaid Leave
VTA paid portions of premiums for employee only benefits coverage will be
maintained for up to 13 pay periods during an unpaid disability leave. For employees
on pregnancy disability, benefits will continue as if the employee was on a paid
status.
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As long as the employee is in paid status during a leave, the employees portion of the
premiums for benefits coverage will be deducted from the employee's paycheck.
Once the employee is no longer in a paid status, the employee must make
arrangements with Human Resources to pre-pay his/her portion of the premiums for
benefits coverage.
A return to work for at least 30 consecutive calendar days shall be required to break
a leave of absence for purposes of determining an employees entitlement to benefits
continuation or restoration.
b) Changes in Medical Plans
The parties understand that the medical plan providers may amend their plans from
time to time.
Should a provider cease to offer a health plan, the parties shall meet and discuss a
replacement plan. VTA, however, will not be required to provide a customized plan.
Should VTA change the medical plans for other VTA employees not represented by
AFSCME, nothing herein shall preclude the parties from discussing the plans, and,
with mutual agreement, extending them to AFSCME represented VTA employees.
c) Benefits Committee
Not later than July 31, 2013 , a Joint Labor Management Committee with
representation of not more than four Management and not more than four AFSCME
representatives will begin meeting to discuss and explore current and alternative
medical, dental, and vision plans. The agenda for each meeting and the ultimate goals
of the Committee will be determined by mutual agreement of the Committee
members.
Section 12.4 Workers Compensation
a) All employees shall continue to be covered by Social Security, Workers
Compensation, State Disability and Unemployment Compensation.
b) Industrial Injury or Illness:
Workers Compensation shall be administered and paid as provided for by statutes of
the State of California. If an employee has an industrial injury or illness, the injury or
illness must be reported to VTA immediately.
If the injury is certified to be an industrial injury or illness by the Workers
Compensation Division or the Workers Compensation Appeals Board, the employee
shall be compensated for work days lost due to the injury pursuant to law, VTA shall
apply Section 11.5, Wage Replacement Benefits and the Integration of Pay, for any
statutory benefits owed to the employee.
Instances where employees are injured but are able to continue work, or who see a doctor
and within three (3) hours return to work on the same day as the injury, shall not be
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considered industrial injuries for purposes of this Section and the employee shall not
suffer a loss of pay on the day of the injury.
Section 12.5 - Wage Replacement Benefits and the Integration of Pay
a) VTA will continue registration of employees with the Director of Employment
Development Department for the purposes of State Disability Insurance (SDI)
coverage.
b) The Payroll Office shall withhold wage earner contributions each pay period at the
rate set pursuant to the Unemployment Insurance Code and forward the funds to the
State Disability Fund.
c) Within one week of being disabled from work, the employee or his/her representative
must contact the office designated by VTA to provide information on the following:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.

Date the disability/illness commenced;


Estimated duration of the disability;
Telephone number where the employee can be reached;
Election of sick leave/scheduled time off usage during the first week of
disability;
Whether or not the employee is planning to file for SDI.

d) Once an employee is determined to be eligible to receive SDI or any statutory


(example SDI, Workers Compensation, paid family leave) benefit, VTA will
automatically integrate those benefits with accrued sick leave/scheduled time off
benefits, unless the employee requests in writing, that integration does not take place.
The employee shall be paid a biweekly amount (sick leave/scheduled time off) which,
when added to those benefits, shall approximately equal his/her normal biweekly net
pay after taxes. Such checks will be issued on normal VTA paydays.
e) Overpayment:
If an overpayment of wages occurs as a result of the employees collection of those
benefits, the employee shall establish a repayment schedule with a maximum
repayment duration of 12 months, beginning the date the employee was notified in
writing Employees have the option to make direct payments to VTA or sign an
authorization for automatic withdrawal from their paychecks.
The employee has the responsibility of notifying their immediate supervisor of any
change in status (either health or length of disability) that may affect his/her return to
VTA employment.
Section 12.6 - Safety Shoes
AFSCME represented employees shall be eligible for VTA approved safety shoes, in
accordance with the Occupational Injury and Illness Prevention Program (IIPP).
Classification eligibility and determination of eligibility for either annual or biennial
voucher distribution shall be established by review/approval of the Division Head, Risk
Management and the Employee Relations Department on an annual basis.
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Employees in eligible classifications shall purchase safety shoes through the voucher
system at the established voucher rate, or a minimum of $185, whichever is greater, from
an approved safety shoe vendor, not to exceed either one voucher in any rolling 24
months for specified classifications, or not to exceed one voucher in any rolling 12 month
period as listed in Appendix E. Eligible employees with specialized fitting needs may be
referred to additional approved vendors by Risk Management.
Annual (12 month rolling period) shoe vouchers will be issued automatically. Employees
eligible for shoe vouchers on a 24 month rolling period will be issued vouchers upon
request.
Section 12.7 - Uniform Allowance
VTA agrees to provide a complete set of basic uniform articles (as listed below) for
newly hired employees in the Transportation Supervisor, Technical Trainer and Assistant
Transportation Superintendent classifications.
Basic Uniform Articles
Suit Jacket or Cardigan Blazer
Sweater (button, zipper, pull over or vest)
Pants or Skirts
Shirts or Blouses
Tie, Bow or Loop Ascot
Rain gear (Pants, Jacket and hood)

Number of Items
1
1
3
5
2
1 set*

A yearly $285.00 uniform voucher, provided on the last payday in September, shall be
issued to all uniformed AFSCME Employees with one or more years of service in the
classification.
Non-uniformed AFSCME employees shall dress professionally and maintain proper
grooming standards during the course of their work. During the duration of this
Agreement, Management will review the Transit Division Supervisor class and its
adherence to professional dress and grooming standards. Management is responsible for
determining what constitutes proper attire.
*Any uniformed AFSCME employee participating in this voucher program shall, with
Executive level authorization or their designee, receive a special issue voucher for the
purchase of approved rain gear. Following receipt of the initial rain gear allotment, upon
approval, subsequent rain gear allowances shall be limited to $225.00, no more
frequently than once every two years for eligible employees as listed in exhibit E.
Section 12.8 - Drivers License Fee Reimbursement
Employees in service for one year or more shall be reimbursed for the renewal fees of the
Class A or Class B California Drivers License required for the proper performance of the
employees job for VTA.
Employees required to maintain a current VTT Card shall be reimbursed for the renewal
fees of such card.
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Physical examinations required for such licenses shall be taken on the employees own
time and paid for by VTA when given by a physician selected by VTA. If the employee
elects to select his own physician, the employee shall pay the cost of the examination.
Section 12.9 - Tuition Reimbursement and Professional Development Program
a) VTA shall maintain the Tuition Reimbursement and the Professional Development
Programs for the term of this Agreement in accordance with VTAs Educational and
Development Program.
b) VTA shall provide tuition reimbursement in an amount not to exceed $2,000 per
employee, per fiscal year.
c) VTA shall fund an amount not to exceed $3,500 on a matching basis (dollar for
dollar) on contributions made by employees for individual professional development
and education. The amount is over and above the Tuition Reimbursement Program
and tuition reimbursement cannot be used as matching funds. At the discretion of
VTA, eligible expenditures may include professional registration fees; travel related
expenses, such as lodging and transportation, for college level courses, certificated
programs and/or continuing educational credits. All courses, education programs,
seminars, conferences, etc. must receive prior approval by the Chief of the Division,
the Manager for Employee Development and Training, and when required, by the
General Manager. Paid time off may be provided during normal work hours with
prior approval by the Division Chief. If paid time off is granted, it will serve as
VTAs matching funds.
Section 12.10 - Free Transportation
VTA will grant free transportation on VTA operated lines to all employees,
spouses/registered domestic partners and dependent children of all employees, retirees,
retirees spouses/registered domestic partners and dependent children, widows or
widowers/registered domestic partners of retirees and widows or widowers/registered
domestic partners of employees.
Section 12.11 Wellness Program
VTA is interested in pursuing the creation of a wellness program to assist employees in
improving their personal health fitness choices. VTA and AFSCME agree to organize a
committee by July 1, 2013. The Wellness Program Committees objective is to move
beyond the conceptual program discussion and to provide program design.
The Committees recommendation shall be submitted to the Chief Administrative Officer
(CAO) or designee for review and comment prior to final approval.

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ARTICLE 13 - RETIREMENT PROGRAMS


Section 13.1 - California Public Employees Retirement System (PERS)
VTA shall continue to contract with the California PERS to provide eligible employees
the 2% at 55 Retirement Plan with one year final compensation (Single Highest Year).
a) Through February 28, 2012, VTA shall pay the employees required 7% contribution
to PERS. Such contributions shall be credited to the employees personal PERS
account.
b) Effective March 1, 2012 employees shall pay 1.0% of salary toward the required
employee contribution to PERS and VTA shall pay the balance of the required
employee contribution to PERS.
VTA shall pay the entire employer contribution to PERS.
c) Effective January 1, 2013 employees shall pay an additional 2.0% (for a total of 3%) of
salary toward the required employee contribution to PERS and VTA shall pay the
balance of the required employee contribution to PERS.
Employees hired prior to January 1, 2012:
d) Effective January 1, 2014, employees shall pay an additional 1.0% (for a total of 4%)
of salary toward the required employee contribution to PERS.
e) Effective January 1, 2015, employees shall pay an additional 1.0% (for a total of 5%)
of salary toward the required employee contribution to PERS.
f) Effective January 1, 2016, employees shall pay an additional 1% (for a total of 6%) of
salary toward the required employee contribution to PERS.
VTA shall pay the entire employer contribution to PERS.
Employees hired in or after the first full pay period in January 2012:
g) For employees hired in or after the first full pay period in January 2012, VTA shall pay
the entire employer contribution to PERS. Employees shall pay 6% toward the
required employee contribution to PERS and VTA shall pay the balance of the
required employee contribution to PERS. Effective pay period 1 of 2013, VTA shall
pay the entire employer contribution to PERS and employees shall pay the entire
employee contribution to PERS (7%).
To the extent permitted by the Public Employees Retirement Law and applicable State
and Federal tax laws, employee contributions shall be made on a pre-tax basis.

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Section 13.2 - 401 (a) Money Purchase Plan


VTA will offer an IRS Section 401 (a) money purchase plan to AFSCME represented
employees.
Section 13.3 Retirement Program Meetings
The parties agree to meet and discuss annually VTA retirement programs, including the
PERS pension program and the tax deferred savings programs. The first meeting shall
take place no later than Tuesday, December 31, 2007.
Section 13.4 PEPRA Implementation
On January 1, 2013, the California Public Employees Pension Reform Act (PEPRA) was
enacted which applies to VTA employees. Should subsequent pension reform legislation
be adopted by the State of California which modifies PEPRA, VTA shall meet with the
Union to discuss any negotiable impacts arising from the revised legislation and VTA
shall implement any new laws according to applicable Federal, State, and Local Statues.

ARTICLE 14 - PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE


VTA and AFSCME shall maintain a joint Professional Development committee. The
purpose of the committee shall be to work collaboratively with the Employee
Development Department to:

Review current management, supervisory, and internal practices training,

Recommend new management, supervisory, and internal practices training


programs, as needs arise,

Assess the training needs of the AFSCME bargaining unit, and

Recommend training and organizational improvements that support the


strategic goals of employee ownership and enhanced customer focus.

The committee shall meet at least quarterly and shall be composed of three members
appointed by AFSCME, two members from the executive management team, or designee
and the Employee Relations Manager, or designee.

ARTICLE 15 - LABOR MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE


VTA and AFSCME agree to create a Labor Management Committee (LMC) that will be
an ongoing problem solving forum designed to institutionalize a problem solving model
to administer this Agreement. The parties understand that in order to make the problem
solving model work, they must have a sincere desire to resolve an issue without resorting
to the grievance/arbitration process. This committee should demonstrate an example of
team work, and the ability to foster goodwill between VTA management and AFSCME.

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LMC Meeting:
1. The LMC shall meet once a month, unless the parties mutually agree to have more
frequent meetings or to postpone a monthly meeting as business requires.
2. A mutually agreed upon agenda will be distributed to the parties in sufficient time
prior to the scheduled meeting, to allow for adequate preparation to discuss the
issues.
3. At the monthly meetings, the participants will review and discuss the agenda item(s).
4. The LMC shall consist of three (3) core representatives from AFSCME and three (3)
core representatives from VTA in order to provide consistency. They will be
representatives who have the authority to act on behalf of the parties or to effectively
recommend action to the appropriate decision maker.
5. Meeting and Ground rules will be mutually agreed upon at the first meeting of the
LMC committee.

ARTICLE 16 - WORK OUT OF CLASS (WOOC) AND ALTERNATE WORK WEEK


Section 16.1 - Work Out Of Class (WOOC)
An authorized Non-Represented Manager within the Division shall approve all WOOC
assignments in advance. The Human Resources Department shall review the application
to confirm the employee meets the minimum qualifications for the assignment.
Employees within the bargaining unit assigned WOOC will receive compensation for
additional higher-level duties assigned and performed during the temporary absence of an
incumbent or to cover a vacant position in a higher class. Such payment shall be made
consistent with the promotional pay procedures under Article 9, Pay Practices, Section
9.3 f), and will commence from the first day of assignment and continue throughout the
duration thereof (including holidays). Employees assigned WOOC shall receive the
WOOC rate of pay for a holiday or absence when the employee works out of class the
day prior to and the day following the holiday or absence. No WOOC assignment may
be made to a position for longer than 26 pay periods.
Section 16.2 - Alternate Work Week
AFSCME may wish to discuss with VTA the consideration of an alternate work schedule.
At such time, AFSCME shall present options that would provide for a practical business
reason that would add efficiency to VTAs operations. Such business reason shall be
beyond the general concept of reducing traffic congestion, fuel consumption and
environmental consideration. VTA, at its sole discretion shall determine the
implementation of any alternative work schedule. Considerations may be discussed at the
regularly scheduled Labor Management Committee Meetings.
Neither the failure of VTA to enter into an alternative schedule agreement, nor the
termination by VTA of such an agreement shall be subject to the Grievance Procedure
provided in Article 18.

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ARTICLE 17 - TRANSFERS, PROMOTIONS, and DEMOTIONS


In order to move to a different class, employees shall be required to demonstrate that they
meet the minimum qualifications of such class. In addition to meeting the minimum
qualifications, an employee moving to a different class may be required to compete in a
selection process.
Movement to a different position includes:
1. Promotion: The advancement from a position in one class to a position in another
class with a higher salary range (including upward reclassifications).
2. Lateral Transfer: The movement to a position within the same class or to a position
in a different class with the same salary range.
3. Demotion: The movement from a position in one class to a position in another class
with a lower salary range (including downward reclassifications).

ARTICLE 18 FIELD/OCC SUPERVISOR SHIFT BIDDING (SIGN-UP)


Transportation Supervisor shift bidding will occur three (3) times per year for an
effective period of four (4) months. The shifts shall become effective the first Monday in
April, August and December. The bidding shall be completed no less than thirty (30)
days prior to the effective date of the sign-up.
Special assignments shall be in compliance with established bid instructions.
While it is understood that Field/OCC Supervisor Shift Bidding shall occur as described
above, Management reserves the right to modify this scheduled and assignments based on
business needs.
ARTICLE 19 - LAYOFF
Section 19.1 - Vacancy and Staffing Committee
VTA and AFSCME will form a Joint Vacancy and Staffing Committee and, when
requested, will meet and discuss vacancies and staffing during each fiscal year budget
cycle. VTA will provide a written vacancy list to the AFSCME Union Office upon
request no more than one time per month.
VTA shall meet and discuss with AFSCME prior to contracting out work whenever such
contracting out will result in material reduction of work performed by bargaining unit
members that will result in the layoff of bargaining unit members.
Section 19.2 - Seniority Defined
Seniority shall be based on total elapsed time within any coded classification within
VTA.
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Section 19.3 - Order of Layoff


When one or more employees in the same class are to be laid off, the order of layoff will
be as follows:
a) Provisional employees in reverse order of seniority;
b) Probationary employees in reverse order of seniority;
c) Regular employees in reverse order of seniority.
Section 19.4 - Specific Skills
Each department will annually determine the number of positions in each classification
that require a specific skill. The Chief Administrative Officer must approve the plan.
Every July, a list will be mailed to the AFSCME Union Office for employees who are
certified in a specific skill. AFSCME shall have twenty (20) calendar days to request to
meet and discuss the list. In all cases, the employees in the department certified in that
skill shall be retained in order of seniority until the requisite number of positions are
filled.
Section 19.5 - Changes to Classes
To the extent possible, employees should not lose their rights under this Article because
classes have been revised, established, abolished or re-titled.
Section 19.6 - Notice of Layoff
Employees will be given at least thirty 30 calendar days written notice prior to the
effective date of layoff.
Section 19.7 - Reassignment in Lieu of Layoff
a) Vacant Positions
Any employee who receives a notice of layoff will be allowed to transfer to a vacant
position that VTA has determined to be filled in the same classification.
b) Former Classification
If there are no vacancies as listed in a) above, an employee will be offered a vacant
position in any classification at the same level, in which regular status had formerly
been held.
c) Displacement
If there are no vacancies as listed in a) or b) above, the employee shall, upon request,
be returned to a position in any classification at the same level, in which regular status
had formerly been held. The regular layoff procedure in that same level shall apply.
d) Lower Level Classifications
If an employee does not have enough seniority to claim a position under b) or c)
above, those procedures set forth in those Sections shall be applied to each
subsequent lower level classification in which regular status had formerly been held.
Any reassignment must be implemented prior to the effective date of layoff.
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Section 19.8 - Layoff


If an employee is not reassigned in lieu of layoff as described in Section 19.7 above, the
employee shall be laid off. If an employee elects not to exercise the rights described in
Section 19.7 he/she may be deemed to have been offered and to have declined such work.
Section 19.9 - Reemployment List
The names of employees reassigned or laid off shall be placed on a reemployment list in
order of seniority. When a position is authorized to be filled, the person with the most
seniority on the reemployment list when a vacancy exists in that classification in any
department shall be offered the position. (VTA has the right to first fill the position from a
transfer list and then use the reemployment list to fill all remaining vacancies.) Employees
on reemployment lists shall retain the right to apply for positions that are open only to VTA
employees.
When required by the needs of the department and approved by the Chief Administrative
Officer, VTA may utilize selective certification to reemploy employees with particular
skills.
Section 19.10 - Temporary Work for Laid-off Workers
Interested employees who are placed on the reemployment list due to layoff and who elect
to be available for temporary work shall be given preference for such work in their former
department in the classification held when they were laid off. The election to be available
for temporary work must be made at the time of the layoff. Employees may decline to be
available for temporary work, or may decline such work itself without affecting any rights.
Section 19.11 - Names Dropped from Reemployment List
Names shall be carried on a reemployment list for three (3) years.
The names of persons reemployed in a regular position within the same classification from
which they were laid off shall, upon reemployment, be dropped from the list. Refusal to
accept one offer of reemployment within the same or a comparable classification shall cause
the name of the person to be dropped from the reemployment list.
Section 19.12 - Rights Restored
Upon reemployment of an employee from a reemployment list, all rights acquired by the
employee prior to his/her placement on such list shall be restored, including being placed
back to the same salary step he/she held prior to being placed on the re-employment list.
ARTICLE 20 DISCIPLINE AND DISCHARGE
VTA may take disciplinary action for cause against any employee. When the need for
disciplinary action arises, disciplinary action will be taken commensurate with the
seriousness of the offense. The levels of discipline and disciplinary action process are
described in the Employee Discipline policy contained in the VTAs Personnel Policies
and Procedures Manual.

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VTA utilizes a policy of progressive employee discipline. Major elements of this policy
include, but are not limited to, the following:

Constructive efforts by supervisors to help employees achieve satisfactory


standards of conduct and job performance;
An attempt to correct employee performance problems or problem behavior to the
extent possible;
Documentation of disciplinary warnings given and corrective measures taken;
Administration of increased disciplinary action, up to and including discharge,
depending upon the seriousness of the issue; and
Provision of sufficient notice to an employee that discharge will result from
continued or serious violation of employee standards of conduct or unsatisfactory
job performance;
Depending upon the facts and circumstances involved in each situation
management may choose to begin disciplinary action at any step up to and
including termination.

ARTICLE 21 - GRIEVANCE PROCEDURE


Section 21.1 - Grievance Defined
A grievance is a complaint alleging a violation, misinterpretation or misapplication of the
provisions of either this Agreement or VTA Personnel Policies and Procedures applicable
to represented employees.
Section 21.2- Just Cause
Except for employees who are on probation, employees shall only be disciplined,
demoted, or discharged for just cause.
Section 21.3 - Matters Excluded From Consideration Under the Grievance
Procedure
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.

Performance Evaluations/Management Planning and Appraisal Report


Probationary release of employees
Position Classification
Workload/Caseload
Examinations
Items requiring capital expenditures
Items that are subject to the meet and discuss process

Section 21.4 - Grievance Presentation


All grievances, including grievances involving termination, shall be presented in writing
(via hard copy, email or fax) to VTA Employee Relations within fifteen (15) calendar
days after receipt of the grievants notice of discipline, discharge, or incident of an
alleged contract violation. AFSCME shall state the date of the event giving rise to the
grievance, the nature of the grievance, the contract provision or the policy alleged to have
been violated, and the remedy or solution sought. AFSCME shall appear and respond in
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all individual or group grievances at any step except Arbitration.


Step 1- Grievance Presentation Meeting
The Employee Relations Department shall schedule a grievance
presentation meeting with the appropriate Department Manager or designee. This
meeting shall be held within thirty (30) calendar days after receipt of the
grievance. The parties shall discuss their respective positions, exchange information and
supporting documentation and utilize their best efforts to resolve the dispute. Within
fifteen (15) calendar days after this meeting, the employee and designated Union
Representative shall be issued a written decision.
Step 2- Formal Grievances
Within ten (10) calendar days after receipt of the Step One written response, AFSCME
may appeal the decision to the Employee Relations Department.
The Employee Relations Department or its designee shall, within fifteen (15) calendar
days of receiving the request convene a meeting to hear the grievance. The Employee
Relations Department shall select a hearing officer to preside over the hearing.
The hearing officer shall render a written decision on the grievance within ten (10)
calendar days of the hearing. A copy of the decision shall be mailed to the grievant and
the AFSCME Union Office.
Step 3- Appeal to Arbitrator
If AFSCME is not satisfied with the Step Two decision, it may, within thirty (30)
calendar days after receipt of the decision, file a written appeal to the Employee Relations
Department requesting arbitration before an outside arbitrator. Failure to timely file a
written appeal shall result in waiver and the Step Two grievance decision shall resolve
the matter with no further rights under the grievance process.
The parties agree to utilize the Labor Management Committee (LMC) to consider the
resolution of grievances at any and all stages of the grievance process.
If AFSCME elects not to take a matter to Arbitration, the individual grievant may, within
thirty (30) calendar days after the Step Two decision, file a written appeal to the
Employee Relations Department requesting an outside Arbitrator. The individual grievant
shall assume costs associated with the Arbitration per section 21.7.
Section 21.5 - Selection of Arbitrator
1) Within twenty (20) calendar days after the receipt of the notice requesting arbitration,
VTA and AFSCME shall meet and exchange a list of three (3) names each for the
purpose of selecting the arbitrator.
2) If the parties cannot agree to an arbitrator, they shall request a list of seven (7) names
from the California State Conciliation and Mediation Services and strike names until
an arbitrator is selected. The parties shall meet to select the arbitrator within fifteen
(15) calendar days following receipt of the above referenced list. The parties shall flip
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a coin to determine who strikes first. The parties shall alternate the flipping of the
coin.
VTA shall contact the selected Arbitrator and coordinate with AFSCME to arrange for
the earliest possible hearing date.
3) Time limits may be extended only by written mutual agreement of the parties.
Section 21.6 - Arbitrators Decision
The arbitrators decision shall be final and binding.
Section 21.7 - Procedure
1. The Arbitrators compensation and expenses shall be borne equally by the employee
and/or AFSCME and VTA.
2. All parties will attempt to stipulate to all facts, disclose all pertinent information and
agree on the question or questions to be submitted to the arbitrator.
3. The employee and/or AFSCME and VTA shall bear the costs associated with the
Arbitration equally, except that costs of any partys representative shall be borne by
each respective party.
4. The Arbitration proceedings shall be stenographically reported and the costs shall be
borne equally by the employee and/or AFSCME and VTA.
5. The arbitrator shall be requested to render a decision within 30 calendar days of the
hearing. The decision shall be final and binding.
Section 21.8 - Continuous Dispute Resolution
After a grievance has been moved to Step Two, and prior to arbitration, AFSCME and
VTA shall continue efforts at resolution.
ARTICLE 22 - STRIKES AND LOCKOUTS
It is recognized that the parties are engaged in rendering a public service and that they
will comply with all applicable valid rules, regulations and orders of duly constituted
public regulatory bodies or governmental authorities.
During the term of this Agreement, neither AFSCME nor its members shall call, sanction,
assist, engage in any strike, slow-down or stoppage of VTA work, operations or service,
or in any manner sanction, assist or engage in any restrictions or limitations of the work,
operations, or service of VTA. AFSCME will require its members to perform their
services for VTA when required by VTA.
During the term of the Agreement, VTA shall not cause or permit any lockout of any of
its employees.

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Appendix A
Classifications Listing

SAP

Class

Job #

Code

Class Title

1000

T2K

Accessible Services Program Manager

1008

B77

Accountant III

5176

T0T

Accounts Payable Support Supervisor

A468

T0Z

Administrator of Social Media and Electronic Communications

1022

T1B

Assist Supt, Service Management

1023

T1C

Assist Supt, Transit Communications

3280

T8R

Assoc Financial Analyst

1151

T2S

Assoc Land Surveyor

1033

B1R

Assoc Management Analyst

2805

T8B

Client Relationship Supervisor

1063

T1W

Communications Systems Manager

1074

T85

Contracts Manager

2805

T8B

Community Outreach Supervisor

4180

T0N

Contracts Program Manager

1079

T4M

Creative Services Manager

1313

C82

Customer Services Supervisor

2280

T7H

Document Systems Supervisor

1121

B64

Environmental Health & Safety Supv

1127

M36

Facilities Maintenance Coordinator

1578

T6D

Financial Analyst

1171

T3P

Information Systems Supervisor

1176

T3M

Investment Program Manager

1186

M34

Light Rail Equipment Superintendent

1188

M41

Light Rail Power Supervisor

1190

K04

Light Rail Signal Supervisor

1192

T5D

Light Rail Technical Trainer

1193

T5E

Light Rail Technical Training Supervisor

1194

M85

Light Rail Track Maint Supervisor

1195

M56

Light Rail Vehicle Maint Supervisor

1196

M33

Light Rail Way, Power & Signal Supt

34

Appendix A
Classifications Listing
SAP

Class

5150

T0R

Light Rail Way, Power & Signal Supervisor

1199

M25

Maintenance Instructor Bus

1200

M25

Maintenance Instructor - Light Rail

1201

A96

Maintenance Superintendent

1203

B1W

Management Aide

1205

B1P

Management Analyst

1755

T6J

Manager, Construction Inspection

5050

Manager, Highway Construction Contracts

1210

T4C

Manager, Market Development

3805

T9R

Manager, Ops Analysis, Reporting & Systems

1080

T5G

Manager, Public Affairs & Customer Information

1214

M14

Materials & Warranty Manager

1060

D60

Office Support Supervisor

3855

T9F

Operations Systems Supervisor

1191

L04

Passenger Facilities & Wayside Mtc Supv

5175

T0S

Payroll Support Supervisor

1242

T96

Principal Construction Inspector

1244

T63

Principal Transp Plnr-Prgmg & Grants

1245

T64

Principal Transportation Planner

4005

T0F

Project Management Office Supervisor

3981

T0B

Public Relations Supervisor

1255

T1D

Purchasing Manager

1256

T4Y

Quality Assurance & Warranty Manager

1260

T3E

Revenue Services Manager

1855

T6M

Sales & Promotions Supervisor

1269

B76

Sr Accountant

1274

T4R

Sr Construction Contracts Administrator

1276

T88

Sr Contracts Administrator

1279

T99

Sr Environmental Planner

2505

T7Q

Sr Financial Analyst

2105

T6X

Sr Land Surveyor

1285

B1N

Sr Management Analyst

1290

C72

Sr Real Estate Agent

35

Appendix A
Classifications Listing
SAP

Class

5075

Sr Real Estate Agent (U)

1296

T66

Sr Transportation Planner

1297

T49

Sr Transportation Planner (U)

3555

T7V

Sr Transportation Planner- Model/Analysis

1298

T65

Sr Transportation Plnr-Prgmg & Grants

1302

T2Q

Supervising Maintenance Instructor

4032

T0I

Supervising Maintenance Instructor LRT

1306

T97

Survey & Mapping Manager

1307

T4A

Systems Design Manager

1308

B66

Technical Trainer

1309

T82

Technical Training Supervisor

3630

T9E

Technology Infrastructure Supervisor

1375

T4J

Transit Division Supervisor

4030

T0G

Transit Service Development Supervisor

1317

M01

Transit Maintenance Supervisor

1322

B6Q

Transit Safety Officer

1980

T6O

Transit Systems Safety Supervisor

1780

T6L

Transportation Engineering Manager

1337

A41

Transportation Superintendent

3830

T9S

Transportation Superintendent - Svc. Mgt.

1338

B57

Transportation Supervisor

1341

T4L

Utilities Coordination Manager

1345

M20

Vehicle Parts Supervisor

1329

B65

Warranty Coordinator

36

37

SAP

Job #

1000

1008

5176

5375

1022

1023

3280

1151

1033

2805

1063

1064

5350

1074

4180

1079

1313

5400

2280

1121

1127

1578

1171

1176

1186

1188

1190

Salary

Range

A458

A408

A368

A468

A448

A448

A378

A418

A378

A468

A468

A418

A448

A468

A458

A458

A408

A448

A418

A438

A448

A408

A468

A468

A468

A458

A448

Class Title

Administrator of Social Media & Electronic Communications

Accounts Payable Support Supervisor

Accountant III

Contracts Manager

Customer Services Supervisor

Environmental Health & Safety Supv

K04

Light Rail Signal Supervisor

M41 Light Rail Power Supervisor

M34 Light Rail Equipment Superintendent

T3M Investment Program Manager

T3P Information Systems Supervisor

T6D Financial Analyst

M36 Facilities Maintenance Coordinator

B64

T7H Document Systems Supervisor

U1A Disadvantaged Business Enterprise Program Manager

C82

T4M Creative Services Manager

T0N Contracts Program Manager

T85

T0Y Construction Contracts Compliance Officer

T5H Community Outreach Supervisor

T1W Communications Systems Manager

T8B Client Relationship Supervisor

B1R Assoc Management Analyst

T2S Assoc Land Surveyor

T8R Assoc Financial Analyst

T1C Assist Supt, Transit Communications

T1B Assist Supt, Service Management

T0Z

T0T

B77

T2K Accessible Services Program Manager

Code

Class

3,437.67

3,609.85

3,790.87

3,790.87

3,790.87

2,829.63

3,437.67

3,274.34

2,970.32

3,437.67

2,829.63

3,609.85

3,609.85

3,790.87

3,437.67

2,970.32

3,790.87

3,790.87

2,442.96

2,970.32

2,442.96

3,437.67

3,437.67

3,790.87

2,326.86

2,829.63

3,609.85

Step 1

3,609.85

3,790.87

3,980.76

3,980.76

3,980.76

2,970.32

3,609.85

3,437.67

3,117.91

3,609.85

2,970.32

3,790.87

3,790.87

3,980.76

3,609.85

3,117.91

3,980.76

3,980.76

2,564.97

3,117.91

2,564.97

3,609.85

3,609.85

3,980.76

2,442.96

2,970.32

3,790.87

3,980.76

4,179.51

4,179.51

4,179.51

3,117.91

3,790.87

3,609.85

3,274.34

3,790.87

3,117.91

3,980.76

3,980.76

4,179.51

3,790.87

3,274.34

4,179.51

4,179.51

2,693.85

3,274.34

2,693.85

3,790.87

3,790.87

4,179.51

2,564.97

3,117.91

3,980.76

Step 3

3,980.76

4,179.51

4,389.07

4,389.07

4,389.07

3,274.34

3,980.76

3,790.87

3,437.67

3,980.76

3,274.34

4,179.51

4,179.51

4,389.07

3,980.76

3,437.67

4,389.07

4,389.07

2,829.63

3,437.67

2,829.63

3,980.76

3,980.76

4,389.07

2,693.85

3,274.34

4,179.51

Step 4

Bi-Weekly Rates

3,790.87

Step 2

Appendix B
Salary Table for AFSCME Job Classifications Effective June 10, 2013

4,179.51

4,389.07

4,608.48

4,608.48

4,608.48

3,437.67

4,179.51

3,980.76

3,609.85

4,179.51

3,437.67

4,389.07

4,389.07

4,608.48

4,179.51

3,609.85

4,608.48

4,608.48

2,970.32

3,609.85

2,970.32

4,179.51

4,179.51

4,608.48

2,829.63

3,437.67

4,389.07

Step 5

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SAP

Job #

1192

1193

1194

1195

5150

1196

1199

1200

1201

1203

1205

1755

5050

1210

3805

1080

1214

1060

3655

1191

5175

1242

1244

1245

2330

4005

3981

Salary

Range

A428

A448

A428

A448

A458

A468

A438

A438

A468

A352

A408

A475

A448

A478

A468

A468

A468

A368

A438

A408

A368

A448

A478

A478

A478

A468

A438

Class Title

Maintenance Superintendent

Manager, Highway Construction Contracts

Manager, Construction Inspection

Passenger Facilities & Wayside Mtc Supv

Operations Systems Supervisor

Office Support Supervisor

Principal Transportation Planner

Principal Transp Plnr-Prgmg & Grants

Principal Construction Inspector

Project Management Office Supervisor

T0B Public Relations Supervisor

T0F

T7N Project Controls Supervisor

T64

T63

T96

T0S Payroll Support Supervisor

L04

T9F

D60

M14 Materials & Warranty Manager

T5G Manager, Public Affairs & Customer Information

T9R Manager, Ops Analysis, Reporting & Systems

T4C Manager, Market Development

T6J

B1P Management Analyst

B1W Management Aide

A96

M25 Maintenance Instructor - Light Rail

M25 Maintenance Instructor - Bus

M33 Light Rail Way, Power & Signal Supt

T0R Light Rail Way, Power & Signal Supervisor

M56 Light Rail Vehicle Maint Supervisor

M85 Light Rail Track Maint Supervisor

T5E Light Rail Technical Training Supervisor

T5D Light Rail Technical Trainer

Code

Class

3,274.34

3,790.87

3,980.76

3,980.76

3,980.76

3,437.67

2,326.86

2,829.63

3,274.34

2,326.86

3,790.87

3,790.87

3,790.87

3,980.76

3,437.67

3,921.71

2,829.63

2,150.76

3,790.87

3,274.34

3,274.34

3,790.87

3,609.85

3,437.67

3,117.91

3,437.67

3,117.91

Step 1

3,437.67

3,980.76

4,179.51

4,179.51

4,179.51

3,609.85

2,442.96

2,970.32

3,437.67

2,442.96

3,980.76

3,980.76

3,980.76

4,179.51

3,609.85

4,117.52

2,970.32

2,258.98

3,980.76

3,437.67

3,437.67

3,980.76

3,790.87

3,609.85

3,274.34

3,609.85

3,609.85

4,179.51

4,389.07

4,389.07

4,389.07

3,790.87

2,564.97

3,117.91

3,609.85

2,564.97

4,179.51

4,179.51

4,179.51

4,389.07

3,790.87

4,324.14

3,117.91

2,371.15

4,179.51

3,609.85

3,609.85

4,179.51

3,980.76

3,790.87

3,437.67

3,790.87

3,437.67

Step 3

3,790.87

4,389.07

4,608.48

4,608.48

4,608.48

3,980.76

2,693.85

3,274.34

3,790.87

2,693.85

4,389.07

4,389.07

4,389.07

4,608.48

3,980.76

4,539.61

3,274.34

2,490.19

4,389.07

3,790.87

3,790.87

4,389.07

4,179.51

3,980.76

3,609.85

3,980.76

3,609.85

Step 4

Bi-Weekly Rates

3,274.34

Step 2

Appendix B
Salary Table for AFSCME Job Classifications Effective June 10, 2013

3,980.76

4,608.48

4,838.69

4,838.69

4,838.69

4,179.51

2,829.63

3,437.67

3,980.76

2,829.63

4,608.48

4,608.48

4,608.48

4,838.69

4,179.51

4,766.88

3,437.67

2,615.15

4,608.48

3,980.76

3,980.76

4,608.48

4,389.07

4,179.51

3,790.87

4,179.51

3,790.87

Step 5

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SAP

Job #

1255

1256

1260

1855

1269

1274

1276

1279

2505

2105

1285

1290

5075

1296

1297

3555

1298

1302

4032

1306

1307

1308

1309

3630

1375

1317

1322

Salary

Range

A468

A458

A468

A418

A438

A448

A448

A458

A438

A448

A438

A458

A458

A458

A458

A458

A458

A448

A448

A478

A488

A428

A448

A468

A428

A448

A428

Class Title

Sr Accountant

Sr Environmental Planner

Sr Contracts Administrator

Sr Transportation Planner (U)

Sr Transportation Planner

Sr Real Estate Agent (U)

Sr Real Estate Agent

Sr Transportation Plnr-Prgmg & Grants

Survey & Mapping Manager

Supervising Maintenance Instructor - LRT

Technical Training Supervisor

Technical Trainer

Transit Division Supervisor

B6Q Transit Safety Officer

M01 Transit Maintenance Supervisor

T4J

T9E Technology Infrastructure Supervisor

T82

B66

T4A Systems Design Manager

T97

T0I

T2Q Supervising Maintenance Instructor

T65

T7V Sr Transportation Planner- Model/Analysis

T49

T66

C72

B1N Sr Management Analyst

T6X Sr Land Surveyor

T7Q Sr Financial Analyst

T99

T88

T4R Sr Construction Contracts Administrator

B76

T6M Sales & Promotions Supervisor

T3E Revenue Services Manager

T4Y Quality Assurance & Warranty Manager

T1D Purchasing Manager

Code

Class

3,117.91

3,437.67

3,117.91

3,790.87

3,437.67

3,117.91

4,179.51

3,980.76

3,437.67

3,437.67

3,609.85

3,609.85

3,609.85

3,609.85

3,609.85

3,609.85

3,274.34

3,437.67

3,274.34

3,609.85

3,437.67

3,437.67

3,274.34

2,970.32

3,790.87

3,609.85

3,790.87

Step 1

3,274.34

3,609.85

3,274.34

3,980.76

3,609.85

3,274.34

4,389.07

4,179.51

3,609.85

3,609.85

3,790.87

3,790.87

3,790.87

3,790.87

3,790.87

3,790.87

3,437.67

3,609.85

3,437.67

3,790.87

3,609.85

3,609.85

3,437.67

3,117.91

3,980.76

3,790.87

3,437.67

3,790.87

3,437.67

4,179.51

3,790.87

3,437.67

4,608.48

4,389.07

3,790.87

3,790.87

3,980.76

3,980.76

3,980.76

3,980.76

3,980.76

3,980.76

3,609.85

3,790.87

3,609.85

3,980.76

3,790.87

3,790.87

3,609.85

3,274.34

4,179.51

3,980.76

4,179.51

Step 3

3,609.85

3,980.76

3,609.85

4,389.07

3,980.76

3,609.85

4,838.69

4,608.48

3,980.76

3,980.76

4,179.51

4,179.51

4,179.51

4,179.51

4,179.51

4,179.51

3,790.87

3,980.76

3,790.87

4,179.51

3,980.76

3,980.76

3,790.87

3,437.67

4,389.07

4,179.51

4,389.07

Step 4

Bi-Weekly Rates

3,980.76

Step 2

Appendix B
Salary Table for AFSCME Job Classifications Effective June 10, 2013

3,790.87

4,179.51

3,790.87

4,608.48

4,179.51

3,790.87

5,080.73

4,838.69

4,179.51

4,179.51

4,389.07

4,389.07

4,389.07

4,389.07

4,389.07

4,389.07

3,980.76

4,179.51

3,980.76

4,389.07

4,179.51

4,179.51

3,980.76

3,609.85

4,608.48

4,389.07

4,608.48

Step 5

40

SAP

Job #

4030

1980

1780

1337

3830

1338

1341

1345

1329

Salary

Range

A428

A438

A488

A468

A468

A428

A448

A428

A448

Class Title

Transportation Superintendent

Transportation Engineering Manager

Utilities Coordination Manager

Transportation Supervisor

B65

Warranty Coordinator

M20 Vehicle Parts Supervisor

T4L

B57

T9S Transportation Superintendent - Svc. Mgt.

A41

T6L

T6O Transit Systems Safety Supervisor

T0G Transit Service Development Supervisor

Code

Class

3,437.67

3,117.91

3,437.67

3,117.91

3,790.87

3,790.87

4,179.51

3,274.34

3,117.91

Step 1

3,609.85

3,274.34

3,609.85

3,274.34

3,980.76

3,980.76

4,389.07

3,437.67

3,790.87

3,437.67

3,790.87

3,437.67

4,179.51

4,179.51

4,608.48

3,609.85

3,437.67

Step 3

3,980.76

3,609.85

3,980.76

3,609.85

4,389.07

4,389.07

4,838.69

3,790.87

3,609.85

Step 4

Bi-Weekly Rates

3,274.34

Step 2

Appendix B
Salary Table for AFSCME Job Classifications Effective June 10, 2013

4,179.51

3,790.87

4,179.51

3,790.87

4,608.48

4,608.48

5,080.73

3,980.76

3,790.87

Step 5

41

SAP

Job #

1000

1008

5176

5375

1022

1023

3280

1151

1033

2805

1063

1064

5350

1074

4180

1079

1313

5400

2280

1121

1127

1578

1171

1176

1186

1188

1190

Salary

Range

A458

A408

A368

A468

A448

A448

A378

A418

A378

A468

A468

A418

A448

A468

A458

A458

A408

A448

A418

A438

A448

A408

A468

A468

A468

A458

A448

Class Title

Administrator of Social Media & Electronic Communications

Accounts Payable Support Supervisor

Accountant III

Contracts Manager

Customer Services Supervisor

Environmental Health & Safety Supv

K04

Light Rail Signal Supervisor

M41 Light Rail Power Supervisor

M34 Light Rail Equipment Superintendent

T3M Investment Program Manager

T3P Information Systems Supervisor

T6D Financial Analyst

M36 Facilities Maintenance Coordinator

B64

T7H Document Systems Supervisor

U1A Disadvantaged Business Enterprise Program Manager

C82

T4M Creative Services Manager

T0N Contracts Program Manager

T85

T0Y Construction Contracts Compliance Officer

T5H Community Outreach Supervisor

T1W Communications Systems Manager

T8B Client Relationship Supervisor

B1R Assoc Management Analyst

T2S Assoc Land Surveyor

T8R Assoc Financial Analyst

T1C Assist Supt, Transit Communications

T1B Assist Supt, Service Management

T0Z

T0T

B77

T2K Accessible Services Program Manager

Code

Class

3,540.80

3,718.15

3,904.60

3,904.60

3,904.60

2,914.52

3,540.80

3,372.57

3,059.43

3,540.80

2,914.52

3,718.15

3,718.15

3,904.60

3,540.80

3,059.43

3,904.60

3,904.60

2,516.25

3,059.43

2,516.25

3,540.80

3,540.80

3,904.60

2,396.67

2,914.52

3,718.15

Step 1

3,718.15

3,904.60

4,100.18

4,100.18

4,100.18

3,059.43

3,718.15

3,540.80

3,211.45

3,718.15

3,059.43

3,904.60

3,904.60

4,100.18

3,718.15

3,211.45

4,100.18

4,100.18

2,641.92

3,211.45

2,641.92

3,718.15

3,718.15

4,100.18

2,516.25

3,059.43

3,904.60

4,100.18

4,304.90

4,304.90

4,304.90

3,211.45

3,904.60

3,718.15

3,372.57

3,904.60

3,211.45

4,100.18

4,100.18

4,304.90

3,904.60

3,372.57

4,304.90

4,304.90

2,774.67

3,372.57

2,774.67

3,904.60

3,904.60

4,304.90

2,641.92

3,211.45

4,100.18

Step 3

4,100.18

4,304.90

4,520.74

4,520.74

4,520.74

3,372.57

4,100.18

3,904.60

3,540.80

4,100.18

3,372.57

4,304.90

4,304.90

4,520.74

4,100.18

3,540.80

4,520.74

4,520.74

2,914.52

3,540.80

2,914.52

4,100.18

4,100.18

4,520.74

2,774.67

3,372.57

4,304.90

Step 4

Bi-Weekly Rates

3,904.60

Step 2

Appendix B
Salary Table for AFSCME Job Classifications Effective Pay Period 13/2014

4,304.90

4,520.74

4,746.73

4,746.73

4,746.73

3,540.80

4,304.90

4,100.18

3,718.15

4,304.90

3,540.80

4,520.74

4,520.74

4,746.73

4,304.90

3,718.15

4,746.73

4,746.73

3,059.43

3,718.15

3,059.43

4,304.90

4,304.90

4,746.73

2,914.52

3,540.80

4,520.74

Step 5

42

SAP

Job #

1192

1193

1194

1195

5150

1196

1199

1200

1201

1203

1205

1755

5050

1210

3805

1080

1214

1060

3655

1191

5175

1242

1244

1245

2330

4005

3981

Salary

Range

A428

A448

A428

A448

A458

A468

A438

A438

A468

A352

A408

A475

A448

A478

A468

A468

A468

A368

A438

A408

A368

A448

A478

A478

A478

A468

A438

Class Title

Maintenance Superintendent

Manager, Highway Construction Contracts

Manager, Construction Inspection

Passenger Facilities & Wayside Mtc Supv

Operations Systems Supervisor

Office Support Supervisor

Principal Transportation Planner

Principal Transp Plnr-Prgmg & Grants

Principal Construction Inspector

Project Management Office Supervisor

T0B Public Relations Supervisor

T0F

T7N Project Controls Supervisor

T64

T63

T96

T0S Payroll Support Supervisor

L04

T9F

D60

M14 Materials & Warranty Manager

T5G Manager, Public Affairs & Customer Information

T9R Manager, Ops Analysis, Reporting & Systems

T4C Manager, Market Development

T6J

B1P Management Analyst

B1W Management Aide

A96

M25 Maintenance Instructor - Light Rail

M25 Maintenance Instructor - Bus

M33 Light Rail Way, Power & Signal Supt

T0R Light Rail Way, Power & Signal Supervisor

M56 Light Rail Vehicle Maint Supervisor

M85 Light Rail Track Maint Supervisor

T5E Light Rail Technical Training Supervisor

T5D Light Rail Technical Trainer

Code

Class

3,372.57

3,904.60

4,100.18

4,100.18

4,100.18

3,540.80

2,396.67

2,914.52

3,372.57

2,396.67

3,904.60

3,904.60

3,904.60

4,100.18

3,540.80

4,039.36

2,914.52

2,215.28

3,904.60

3,372.57

3,372.57

3,904.60

3,718.15

3,540.80

3,211.45

3,540.80

3,211.45

Step 1

3,540.80

4,100.18

4,304.90

4,304.90

4,304.90

3,718.15

2,516.25

3,059.43

3,540.80

2,516.25

4,100.18

4,100.18

4,100.18

4,304.90

3,718.15

4,241.05

3,059.43

2,326.75

4,100.18

3,540.80

3,540.80

4,100.18

3,904.60

3,718.15

3,372.57

3,718.15

3,718.15

4,304.90

4,520.74

4,520.74

4,520.74

3,904.60

2,641.92

3,211.45

3,718.15

2,641.92

4,304.90

4,304.90

4,304.90

4,520.74

3,904.60

4,453.86

3,211.45

2,442.28

4,304.90

3,718.15

3,718.15

4,304.90

4,100.18

3,904.60

3,540.80

3,904.60

3,540.80

Step 3

3,904.60

4,520.74

4,746.73

4,746.73

4,746.73

4,100.18

2,774.67

3,372.57

3,904.60

2,774.67

4,520.74

4,520.74

4,520.74

4,746.73

4,100.18

4,675.80

3,372.57

2,564.90

4,520.74

3,904.60

3,904.60

4,520.74

4,304.90

4,100.18

3,718.15

4,100.18

3,718.15

Step 4

Bi-Weekly Rates

3,372.57

Step 2

Appendix B
Salary Table for AFSCME Job Classifications Effective Pay Period 13/2014

4,100.18

4,746.73

4,983.85

4,983.85

4,983.85

4,304.90

2,914.52

3,540.80

4,100.18

2,914.52

4,746.73

4,746.73

4,746.73

4,983.85

4,304.90

4,909.89

3,540.80

2,693.60

4,746.73

4,100.18

4,100.18

4,746.73

4,520.74

4,304.90

3,904.60

4,304.90

3,904.60

Step 5

43

SAP

Job #

1255

1256

1260

1855

1269

1274

1276

1279

2505

2105

1285

1290

5075

1296

1297

3555

1298

1302

4032

1306

1307

1308

1309

3630

1375

1317

1322

Salary

Range

A468

A458

A468

A418

A438

A448

A448

A458

A438

A448

A438

A458

A458

A458

A458

A458

A458

A448

A448

A478

A488

A428

A448

A468

A428

A448

A428

Class Title

Sr Accountant

Sr Environmental Planner

Sr Contracts Administrator

Sr Transportation Planner (U)

Sr Transportation Planner

Sr Real Estate Agent (U)

Sr Real Estate Agent

Sr Transportation Plnr-Prgmg & Grants

Survey & Mapping Manager

Supervising Maintenance Instructor - LRT

Technical Training Supervisor

Technical Trainer

Transit Division Supervisor

B6Q Transit Safety Officer

M01 Transit Maintenance Supervisor

T4J

T9E Technology Infrastructure Supervisor

T82

B66

T4A Systems Design Manager

T97

T0I

T2Q Supervising Maintenance Instructor

T65

T7V Sr Transportation Planner- Model/Analysis

T49

T66

C72

B1N Sr Management Analyst

T6X Sr Land Surveyor

T7Q Sr Financial Analyst

T99

T88

T4R Sr Construction Contracts Administrator

B76

T6M Sales & Promotions Supervisor

T3E Revenue Services Manager

T4Y Quality Assurance & Warranty Manager

T1D Purchasing Manager

Code

Class

3,211.45

3,540.80

3,211.45

3,904.60

3,540.80

3,211.45

4,304.90

4,100.18

3,540.80

3,540.80

3,718.15

3,718.15

3,718.15

3,718.15

3,718.15

3,718.15

3,372.57

3,540.80

3,372.57

3,718.15

3,540.80

3,540.80

3,372.57

3,059.43

3,904.60

3,718.15

3,904.60

Step 1

3,372.57

3,718.15

3,372.57

4,100.18

3,718.15

3,372.57

4,520.74

4,304.90

3,718.15

3,718.15

3,904.60

3,904.60

3,904.60

3,904.60

3,904.60

3,904.60

3,540.80

3,718.15

3,540.80

3,904.60

3,718.15

3,718.15

3,540.80

3,211.45

4,100.18

3,904.60

3,540.80

3,904.60

3,540.80

4,304.90

3,904.60

3,540.80

4,746.73

4,520.74

3,904.60

3,904.60

4,100.18

4,100.18

4,100.18

4,100.18

4,100.18

4,100.18

3,718.15

3,904.60

3,718.15

4,100.18

3,904.60

3,904.60

3,718.15

3,372.57

4,304.90

4,100.18

4,304.90

Step 3

3,718.15

4,100.18

3,718.15

4,520.74

4,100.18

3,718.15

4,983.85

4,746.73

4,100.18

4,100.18

4,304.90

4,304.90

4,304.90

4,304.90

4,304.90

4,304.90

3,904.60

4,100.18

3,904.60

4,304.90

4,100.18

4,100.18

3,904.60

3,540.80

4,520.74

4,304.90

4,520.74

Step 4

Bi-Weekly Rates

4,100.18

Step 2

Appendix B
Salary Table for AFSCME Job Classifications Effective Pay Period 13/2014

3,904.60

4,304.90

3,904.60

4,746.73

4,304.90

3,904.60

5,233.15

4,983.85

4,304.90

4,304.90

4,520.74

4,520.74

4,520.74

4,520.74

4,520.74

4,520.74

4,100.18

4,304.90

4,100.18

4,520.74

4,304.90

4,304.90

4,100.18

3,718.15

4,746.73

4,520.74

4,746.73

Step 5

44

SAP

Job #

4030

1980

1780

1337

3830

1338

1341

1345

1329

Salary

Range

A428

A438

A488

A468

A468

A428

A448

A428

A448

Class Title

Transportation Superintendent

Transportation Engineering Manager

Utilities Coordination Manager

Transportation Supervisor

B65
Warranty Coordinator

M20 Vehicle Parts Supervisor

T4L

B57

T9S Transportation Superintendent - Svc. Mgt.

A41

T6L

T6O Transit Systems Safety Supervisor

T0G Transit Service Development Supervisor

Code

Class

3,540.80

3,211.45

3,540.80

3,211.45

3,904.60

3,904.60

4,304.90

3,372.57

3,211.45

Step 1

3,718.15

3,372.57

3,718.15

3,372.57

4,100.18

4,100.18

4,520.74

3,540.80

3,904.60

3,540.80

3,904.60

3,540.80

4,304.90

4,304.90

4,746.73

3,718.15

3,540.80

Step 3

4,100.18

3,718.15

4,100.18

3,718.15

4,520.74

4,520.74

4,983.85

3,904.60

3,718.15

Step 4

Bi-Weekly Rates

3,372.57

Step 2

Appendix B
Salary Table for AFSCME Job Classifications Effective Pay Period 13/2014

4,304.90

3,904.60

4,304.90

3,904.60

4,746.73

4,746.73

5,233.15

4,100.18

3,904.60

Step 5

45

2280

1121

1127

1578

1171

1176

1186

1188

1190

1192

A438

A448

A408

A468

A468

A468

A458

A448

A428

1064

A418

A418

1063

A468

5400

2805

A468

A448

1033

A378

1313

1151

A418

A408

3280

A378

1079

1023

A448

A458

1022

A448

4180

5375

A468

A458

5176

A368

1074

1008

A408

A468

1000

A458

5350

Job #

Range

A448

SAP

Salary
Class Title

Administrator of Social Media & Electronic Communications

Accounts Payable Support Supervisor

Accountant III

Assoc Land Surveyor

Contracts Manager

Construction Contracts Compliance Officer

Customer Services Supervisor

Environmental Health & Safety Supv

Information Systems Supervisor

Light Rail Signal Supervisor

T5D Light Rail Technical Trainer

K04

M41 Light Rail Power Supervisor

M34 Light Rail Equipment Superintendent

T3M Investment Program Manager

T3P

T6D Financial Analyst

M36 Facilities Maintenance Coordinator

B64

T7H Document Systems Supervisor

U1A Disadvantaged Business Enterprise Program Manager

C82

T4M Creative Services Manager

T0N Contracts Program Manager

T85

T0Y

T5H Community Outreach Supervisor

T1W Communications Systems Manager

T8B Client Relationship Supervisor

B1R Assoc Management Analyst

T2S

T8R Assoc Financial Analyst

T1C Assist Supt, Transit Communications

T1B Assist Supt, Service Management

T0Z

T0T

B77

T2K Accessible Services Program Manager

Code

Class

2,721.18
3,307.79
2,721.18
4,223.19
4,223.19
3,307.79

2,591.74
3,151.21
2,591.74
4,021.74
4,021.74
3,151.21

4,021.74
4 021 74
3,151.21
3,829.69
3,307.79
3,647.02
3,829.69
3,151.21
4,223.19
4,223.19
4,223.19
4,021.74
3,829.69
3,473.75

3,829.69
3 829 69
3,001.96
3,647.02
3,151.21
3,473.75
3,647.02
3,001.96
4,021.74
4,021.74
4,021.74
3,829.69
3,647.02
3,307.79

4,021.74

3,829.69

3,647.02

3,829.69

3,829.69

3,647.02

4,223.19

4,223.19

4,021.74

4,021.74

2,591.74

2,468.57

3,829.69

3,151.21

3,001.96

3,647.02

4,021.74

Step 2

3,647.02

4,021.74

4,223.19

4,434.05

4,434.05

4,434.05

3,307.79

4,021.74

3,829.69

3,473.75

4,021.74

3,307.79

4,223.19
4 223 19

4,223.19

4,434.05

4,021.74

3,473.75

4,434.05

4,434.05

2,857.91

3,473.75

2,857.91

4,021.74

4,021.74

4,434.05

2,721.18

3,307.79

4,223.19

Step 3

3,829.69

4,223.19

4,434.05

4,656.36

4,656.36

4,656.36

3,473.75

4,223.19

4,021.74

3,647.02

4,223.19

3,473.75

4,434.05
4 434 05

4,434.05

4,656.36

4,223.19

3,647.02

4,656.36

4,656.36

3,001.96

3,647.02

3,001.96

4,223.19

4,223.19

4,656.36

2,857.91

3,473.75

4,434.05

Step 4

Bi-Weekly Rates

3,829.69

Step 1

Appendix B
Salary Table for AFSCME Job Classifications Effective Pay Period 13/2015

4,021.74

4,434.05

4,656.36

4,889.13

4,889.13

4,889.13

3,647.02

4,434.05

4,223.19

3,829.69

4,434.05

3,647.02

4,656.36
4 656 36

4,656.36

4,889.13

4,434.05

3,829.69

4,889.13

4,889.13

3,151.21

3,829.69

3,151.21

4,434.05

4,434.05

4,889.13

3,001.96

3,647.02

4,656.36

Step 5

46

1191

5175

1242

1244

1245

2330

4005

3981

1255

1256

A368

A448

A478

A478

A478

A468

A438

A468

A458

5050

A448

A408

1755

A475

3655

1205

A408

A438

1203

A352

1060

1201

A468

A368

1200

A438

1214

1199

A438

A468

1196

A468

1080

5150

A458

A468

1195

A448

3805

1194

A428

A468

1193

A448

1210

Job #

Range

A478

SAP

Salary

Light Rail Technical Training Supervisor

Class Title

Maintenance Superintendent

Manager, Highway Construction Contracts

Manager, Construction Inspection

Principal Transportation Planner

Principal Transp Plnr-Prgmg & Grants

Principal Construction Inspector

Payroll Support Supervisor

Passenger Facilities & Wayside Mtc Supv

Operations Systems Supervisor

Office Support Supervisor

Project Management Office Supervisor

T4Y

Quality Assurance & Warranty Manager

T1D Purchasing Manager

T0B Public Relations Supervisor

T0F

T7N Project Controls Supervisor

T64

T63

T96

T0S

L04

T9F

D60

M14 Materials & Warranty Manager

T5G Manager, Public Affairs & Customer Information

T9R Manager, Ops Analysis, Reporting & Systems

T4C Manager, Market Development

T6J

B1P Management Analyst

B1W Management Aide

A96

M25 Maintenance Instructor - Light Rail

M25 Maintenance Instructor - Bus

M33 Light Rail Way, Power & Signal Supt

T0R Light Rail Way, Power & Signal Supervisor

M56 Light Rail Vehicle Maint Supervisor

M85 Light Rail Track Maint Supervisor

T5E

Code

Class

3,647.02
4,223.19
2,396.55
3,151.21
4,368.28
3,829.69

3,473.75
4,021.74
2,281.74
3,001.96
4,160.54
3,647.02

4 223 19
4,223.19
2,591.74
3,647.02
3,151.21
2,591.74
3,829.69
4,434.05
4,434.05
4,434.05
4,223.19
3,647.02
4,223.19
4,021.74

4 021 74
4,021.74
2,468.57
3,473.75
3,001.96
2,468.57
3,647.02
4,223.19
4,223.19
4,223.19
4,021.74
3,473.75
4,021.74
3,829.69

4,223.19

3,647.02

3,473.75

4,021.74

4,223.19

4,021.74

4,223.19

4,021.74

3,829.69

4,021.74

3,829.69

3,647.02

4,434.05

3,473.75

3,307.79

4,223.19

3,829.69

Step 2

4,223.19

4,434.05

3,829.69

4,434.05

4,656.36

4,656.36

4,656.36

4,021.74

2,721.18

3,307.79

3,829.69

2,721.18

4 434 05
4,434.05

4,434.05

4,434.05

4,656.36

4,021.74

4,587.48

3,307.79

2,515.55

4,434.05

3,829.69

3,829.69

4,434.05

4,223.19

4,021.74

3,647.02

4,021.74

Step 3

4,434.05

4,656.36

4,021.74

4,656.36

4,889.13

4,889.13

4,889.13

4,223.19

2,857.91

3,473.75

4,021.74

2,857.91

4 656 36
4,656.36

4,656.36

4,656.36

4,889.13

4,223.19

4,816.07

3,473.75

2,641.85

4,656.36

4,021.74

4,021.74

4,656.36

4,434.05

4,223.19

3,829.69

4,223.19

Step 4

Bi-Weekly Rates

3,647.02

Step 1

Appendix B
Salary Table for AFSCME Job Classifications Effective Pay Period 13/2015

4,656.36

4,889.13

4,223.19

4,889.13

5,133.37

5,133.37

5,133.37

4,434.05

3,001.96

3,647.02

4,223.19

3,001.96

4 889 13
4,889.13

4,889.13

4,889.13

5,133.37

4,434.05

5,057.19

3,647.02

2,774.41

4,889.13

4,223.19

4,223.19

4,889.13

4,656.36

4,434.05

4,021.74

4,434.05

Step 5

47

1307

1308

1309

3630

1375

1317

1322

4030

1980

1780

A428

A448

A468

A428

A448

A428

A428

A438

A488

1296

A458

A488

5075

A458

1306

1290

A458

A478

1285

A438

4032

2105

A448

A448

2505

A438

1302

1279

A458

A448

1276

A448

1298

1274

A448

A458

1269

A438

3555

1855

A418

A458

1260

A468

1297

Job #

Range

A458

SAP

Salary

Revenue Services Manager

Class Title

Sr Accountant

Sr Environmental Planner

Sr Contracts Administrator

Sr Land Surveyor

Sr Transportation Plnr-Prgmg & Grants

Sr Transportation Planner- Model/Analysis

Sr Transportation Planner (U)

Sr Transportation Planner

Sr Real Estate Agent (U)

Sr Real Estate Agent

Survey & Mapping Manager

Supervising Maintenance Instructor - LRT

Transit Division Supervisor

Technology Infrastructure Supervisor

Technical Training Supervisor

Technical Trainer

T6L

Transportation Engineering Manager

T6O Transit Systems Safety Supervisor

T0G Transit Service Development Supervisor

B6Q Transit Safety Officer

M01 Transit Maintenance Supervisor

T4J

T9E

T82

B66

T4A Systems Design Manager

T97

T0I

T2Q Supervising Maintenance Instructor

T65

T7V

T49

T66

C72

B1N Sr Management Analyst

T6X

T7Q Sr Financial Analyst

T99

T88

T4R Sr Construction Contracts Administrator

B76

T6M Sales & Promotions Supervisor

T3E

Code

Class

3,647.02
3,829.69
3,647.02
4,021.74
4,021.74
4,021.74

3,473.75
3,647.02
3,473.75
3,829.69
3,829.69
3,829.69

3 829 69
3,829.69
3,829.69
4,434.05
4,656.36
3,473.75
3,829.69
4,223.19
3,473.75
3,829.69
3,473.75
3,473.75
3,647.02
4,656.36

3 647 02
3,647.02
3,647.02
4,223.19
4,434.05
3,307.79
3,647.02
4,021.74
3,307.79
3,647.02
3,307.79
3,307.79
3,473.75
4,434.05

4,021.74

4,021.74

3,829.69

3,829.69

3,829.69

3,647.02

4,021.74

3,829.69

3,647.02

3,829.69

3,647.02

3,473.75

4,021.74

3,307.79

3,151.21

3,829.69

4,223.19

Step 2

4,889.13

3,829.69

3,647.02

3,647.02

4,021.74

3,647.02

4,434.05

4,021.74

3,647.02

4,889.13

4,656.36

4,021.74

4 021 74
4,021.74

4,223.19

4,223.19

4,223.19

4,223.19

4,223.19

4,223.19

3,829.69

4,021.74

3,829.69

4,223.19

4,021.74

4,021.74

3,829.69

3,473.75

4,434.05

Step 3

5,133.37

4,021.74

3,829.69

3,829.69

4,223.19

3,829.69

4,656.36

4,223.19

3,829.69

5,133.37

4,889.13

4,223.19

4 223 19
4,223.19

4,434.05

4,434.05

4,434.05

4,434.05

4,434.05

4,434.05

4,021.74

4,223.19

4,021.74

4,434.05

4,223.19

4,223.19

4,021.74

3,647.02

4,656.36

Step 4

Bi-Weekly Rates

4,021.74

Step 1

Appendix B
Salary Table for AFSCME Job Classifications Effective Pay Period 13/2015

5,390.14

4,223.19

4,021.74

4,021.74

4,434.05

4,021.74

4,889.13

4,434.05

4,021.74

5,390.14

5,133.37

4,434.05

4 434 05
4,434.05

4,656.36

4,656.36

4,656.36

4,656.36

4,656.36

4,656.36

4,223.19

4,434.05

4,223.19

4,656.36

4,434.05

4,434.05

4,223.19

3,829.69

4,889.13

Step 5

48

SAP

Job #

1337

3830

1338

1341

1345

1329

Salary

Range

A468

A468

A428

A448

A428

A448

B65

Class Title

Utilities Coordination Manager

Transportation Supervisor

Transportation Superintendent - Svc. Mgt.

Transportation Superintendent

Warranty Coordinator

M20 Vehicle Parts Supervisor

T4L

B57

T9S

A41

Code

Class

4,223.19
4,223.19
3,473.75
3,829.69
3,473.75
3,829.69

4,021.74
3,307.79
3,647.02
3,307.79
3,647.02

Step 2

4,021.74

3,647.02

4,021.74

3,647.02

4,434.05

4,434.05

Step 3

4,223.19

3,829.69

4,223.19

3,829.69

4,656.36

4,656.36

Step 4

Bi-Weekly Rates

4,021.74

Step 1

Appendix B
Salary Table for AFSCME Job Classifications Effective Pay Period 13/2015

4,434.05

4,021.74

4,434.05

4,021.74

4,889.13

4,889.13

Step 5

49

24.87
24.99
25.11
25.24
25.36
25.48
25.61
25.73
25.85
25.99
26.12
26.24
26.38
26.50
26.64
26.76
26.88
27 02
27.02
27.15
27.29
27.43
27.56
27.70
27.83
27.97
28.10
28.24
28.37
28.51
28.66
28.80

A336
A337
A338
A339
A340
A341
A342
A343
A344
A345
A346
A347
A348
A349
A350
A351
A352
A353
A354
A355
A356
A357
A358
A359
A360
A361
A362
A363
A364
A365
A366

26.12
26.24
26.38
26.50
26.64
26.76
26.88
27.02
27.15
27.29
27.43
27.56
27.70
27.83
27.97
28.10
28.24
28 37
28.37
28.51
28.66
28.80
28.94
29.09
29.22
29.37
29.50
29.64
29.79
29.93
30.08
30.24

Step 2

27.43
27.56
27.70
27.83
27.97
28.10
28.24
28.37
28.51
28.66
28.80
28.94
29.09
29.22
29.37
29.50
29.64
29 79
29.79
29.93
30.08
30.24
30.39
30.54
30.68
30.83
30.98
31.13
31.27
31.43
31.58
31.75

Step 3

28.80
28.94
29.09
29.22
29.37
29.50
29.64
29.79
29.93
30.08
30.24
30.39
30.54
30.68
30.83
30.98
31.13
31 27
31.27
31.43
31.58
31.75
31.91
32.06
32.22
32.38
32.53
32.69
32.85
33.01
33.17
33.35

Step 4

30.24
30.39
30.54
30.68
30.83
30.98
31.13
31.27
31.43
31.58
31.75
31.91
32.06
32.22
32.38
32.53
32.69
32 85
32.85
33.01
33.17
33.35
33.51
33.67
33.85
34.01
34.17
34.34
34.50
34.67
34.84
35.03

Step 5

1,989.39
1,999.23
2,009.08
2,018.92
2,028.75
2,038.60
2,048.44
2,058.26
2,068.11
2,078.93
2,089.75
2,099.58
2,110.42
2,120.26
2,131.07
2,140.92
2,150.76
2 161 57
2,161.57
2,172.39
2,183.23
2,194.04
2,204.86
2,215.71
2,226.51
2,237.34
2,248.16
2,258.98
2,269.81
2,280.62
2,292.44
2,304.23

Step 1

2,089.75
2,099.58
2,110.42
2,120.26
2,131.07
2,140.92
2,150.76
2,161.57
2,172.39
2,183.23
2,194.04
2,204.86
2,215.71
2,226.51
2,237.34
2,248.16
2,258.98
2 269 81
2,269.81
2,280.62
2,292.44
2,304.23
2,315.07
2,326.86
2,337.68
2,349.49
2,360.31
2,371.15
2,382.95
2,394.76
2,406.56
2,419.36

Step 2

2,194.04
2,204.86
2,215.71
2,226.51
2,237.34
2,248.16
2,258.98
2,269.81
2,280.62
2,292.44
2,304.23
2,315.07
2,326.86
2,337.68
2,349.49
2,360.31
2,371.15
2 382 95
2,382.95
2,394.76
2,406.56
2,419.36
2,431.15
2,442.96
2,454.77
2,466.58
2,478.39
2,490.19
2,501.99
2,514.78
2,526.59
2,540.37

Step 3

Step 4

2,304.23
2,315.07
2,326.86
2,337.68
2,349.49
2,360.31
2,371.15
2,382.95
2,394.76
2,406.56
2,419.36
2,431.15
2,442.96
2,454.77
2,466.58
2,478.39
2,490.19
2 501 99
2,501.99
2,514.78
2,526.59
2,540.37
2,553.17
2,564.97
2,577.76
2,590.53
2,602.36
2,615.15
2,627.93
2,640.72
2,653.53
2,668.28

Bi-Weekly Rates

2,419.36
2,431.15
2,442.96
2,454.77
2,466.58
2,478.39
2,490.19
2,501.99
2,514.78
2,526.59
2,540.37
2,553.17
2,564.97
2,577.76
2,590.53
2,602.36
2,615.15
2 627 93
2,627.93
2,640.72
2,653.53
2,668.28
2,681.06
2,693.85
2,707.64
2,720.42
2,733.21
2,746.99
2,759.77
2,773.56
2,787.30
2,802.07

Step 5

4,310.35
4,331.67
4,353.01
4,374.33
4,395.63
4,416.97
4,438.29
4,459.56
4,480.91
4,504.35
4,527.79
4,549.09
4,572.58
4,593.90
4,617.32
4,638.66
4,659.98
4 683 40
4,683.40
4,706.85
4,730.33
4,753.75
4,777.20
4,800.71
4,824.11
4,847.57
4,871.01
4,894.46
4,917.92
4,941.34
4,966.95
4,992.50

Step 1

5,241.95
5,267.49
5,293.08
5,318.67
5,344.26
5,369.85
5,395.41
5,420.98
5,448.69
5,474.28
5,504.14
5,531.87
5,557.44
5,585.15
5,612.82
5,638.45
5,666.16
5 693 85
5,693.85
5,721.56
5,749.32
5,781.27
5,808.96
5,836.68
5,866.55
5,894.24
5,921.96
5,951.81
5,979.50
6,009.38
6,039.15
6,071.15

Step 5

Monthly Rates

ThetableamountsareapproximatependingfinalcalculationwithinSAP.IfthereisadiscrepancybetweenthislistingandthedatainSAP,thedatainSAP
willbeconsideredcorrect.

Step 1

Grade

Hourly Rates

AppendixC
SalaryTableforAFSCMEJobClassifications
EffectiveJune2013

50

28.94
29.09
29.22
29.37
29.50
29.64
29.79
29.93
30.08
30.24
30.39
30.54
30.68
30.83
30.98
31.13
31.27
31.43
31 58
31.58
31.75
31.91
32.06
32.22
32.38
32.53
32.69
32.85
33.01
33.17
33.35
33.51

30.39
30.54
30.68
30.83
30.98
31.13
31.27
31.43
31.58
31.75
31.91
32.06
32.22
32.38
32.53
32.69
32.85
33.01
33 17
33.17
33.35
33.51
33.67
33.85
34.01
34.17
34.34
34.50
34.67
34.84
35.03
35.20

31.91
32.06
32.22
32.38
32.53
32.69
32.85
33.01
33.17
33.35
33.51
33.67
33.85
34.01
34.17
34.34
34.50
34.67
34 84
34.84
35.03
35.20
35.37
35.54
35.71
35.87
36.05
36.23
36.40
36.59
36.77
36.94

33.51
33.67
33.85
34.01
34.17
34.34
34.50
34.67
34.84
35.03
35.20
35.37
35.54
35.71
35.87
36.05
36.23
36.40
36 59
36.59
36.77
36.94
37.13
37.31
37.50
37.66
37.84
38.03
38.22
38.41
38.60
38.79

35.20
35.37
35.54
35.71
35.87
36.05
36.23
36.40
36.59
36.77
36.94
37.13
37.31
37.50
37.66
37.84
38.03
38.22
38 41
38.41
38.60
38.79
38.97
39.17
39.36
39.54
39.74
39.93
40.13
40.33
40.52
40.72

2,315.07
2,326.86
2,337.68
2,349.49
2,360.31
2,371.15
2,382.95
2,394.76
2,406.56
2,419.36
2,431.15
2,442.96
2,454.77
2,466.58
2,478.39
2,490.19
2,501.99
2,514.78
2 526 59
2,526.59
2,540.37
2,553.17
2,564.97
2,577.76
2,590.53
2,602.36
2,615.15
2,627.93
2,640.72
2,653.53
2,668.28
2,681.06

2,431.15
2,442.96
2,454.77
2,466.58
2,478.39
2,490.19
2,501.99
2,514.78
2,526.59
2,540.37
2,553.17
2,564.97
2,577.76
2,590.53
2,602.36
2,615.15
2,627.93
2,640.72
2 653 53
2,653.53
2,668.28
2,681.06
2,693.85
2,707.64
2,720.42
2,733.21
2,746.99
2,759.77
2,773.56
2,787.30
2,802.07
2,815.87

2,553.17
2,564.97
2,577.76
2,590.53
2,602.36
2,615.15
2,627.93
2,640.72
2,653.53
2,668.28
2,681.06
2,693.85
2,707.64
2,720.42
2,733.21
2,746.99
2,759.77
2,773.56
2 787 30
2,787.30
2,802.07
2,815.87
2,829.63
2,843.41
2,857.17
2,869.97
2,883.74
2,898.50
2,912.26
2,927.02
2,941.78
2,955.56

2,681.06
2,693.85
2,707.64
2,720.42
2,733.21
2,746.99
2,759.77
2,773.56
2,787.30
2,802.07
2,815.87
2,829.63
2,843.41
2,857.17
2,869.97
2,883.74
2,898.50
2,912.26
2 927 02
2,927.02
2,941.78
2,955.56
2,970.32
2,985.08
2,999.84
3,012.63
3,027.38
3,042.15
3,057.87
3,072.64
3,088.38
3,103.14

Bi-Weekly Rates

2,815.87
2,829.63
2,843.41
2,857.17
2,869.97
2,883.74
2,898.50
2,912.26
2,927.02
2,941.78
2,955.56
2,970.32
2,985.08
2,999.84
3,012.63
3,027.38
3,042.15
3,057.87
3 072 64
3,072.64
3,088.38
3,103.14
3,117.91
3,133.63
3,148.40
3,163.15
3,178.89
3,194.66
3,210.39
3,226.14
3,241.86
3,257.61

5,015.99
5,041.53
5,064.97
5,090.56
5,114.01
5,137.49
5,163.06
5,188.65
5,214.21
5,241.95
5,267.49
5,293.08
5,318.67
5,344.26
5,369.85
5,395.41
5,420.98
5,448.69
5 474 28
5,474.28
5,504.14
5,531.87
5,557.44
5,585.15
5,612.82
5,638.45
5,666.16
5,693.85
5,721.56
5,749.32
5,781.27
5,808.96

6,101.05
6,130.87
6,160.72
6,190.54
6,218.27
6,248.10
6,280.08
6,309.90
6,341.88
6,373.86
6,403.71
6,435.69
6,467.67
6,499.65
6,527.37
6,559.32
6,591.33
6,625.39
6 657 39
6,657.39
6,691.49
6,723.47
6,755.47
6,789.53
6,821.53
6,853.49
6,887.60
6,921.76
6,955.85
6,989.97
7,024.03
7,058.16

Monthly Rates

ThetableamountsareapproximatependingfinalcalculationwithinSAP.IfthereisadiscrepancybetweenthislistingandthedatainSAP,thedatainSAP
willbeconsideredcorrect.

A367
A368
A369
A370
A371
A372
A373
A374
A375
A376
A377
A378
A379
A380
A381
A382
A383
A384
A385
A386
A387
A388
A389
A390
A391
A392
A393
A394
A395
A396
A397

Hourly Rates

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SalaryTableforAFSCMEJobClassifications
EffectiveJune2013

51

33.67
33.85
34.01
34.17
34.34
34.50
34.67
34.84
35.03
35.20
35.37
35.54
35.71
35.87
36.05
36.23
36.40
36.59
36 77
36.77
36.94
37.13
37.31
37.50
37.66
37.84
38.03
38.22
38.41
38.60
38.79
38.97

35.37
35.54
35.71
35.87
36.05
36.23
36.40
36.59
36.77
36.94
37.13
37.31
37.50
37.66
37.84
38.03
38.22
38.41
38 60
38.60
38.79
38.97
39.17
39.36
39.54
39.74
39.93
40.13
40.33
40.52
40.72
40.93

37.13
37.31
37.50
37.66
37.84
38.03
38.22
38.41
38.60
38.79
38.97
39.17
39.36
39.54
39.74
39.93
40.13
40.33
40 52
40.52
40.72
40.93
41.13
41.32
41.51
41.72
41.93
42.12
42.33
42.55
42.76
42.97

38.97
39.17
39.36
39.54
39.74
39.93
40.13
40.33
40.52
40.72
40.93
41.13
41.32
41.51
41.72
41.93
42.12
42.33
42 55
42.55
42.76
42.97
43.18
43.39
43.60
43.81
44.02
44.23
44.45
44.68
44.90
45.12

40.93
41.13
41.32
41.51
41.72
41.93
42.12
42.33
42.55
42.76
42.97
43.18
43.39
43.60
43.81
44.02
44.23
44.45
44 68
44.68
44.90
45.12
45.34
45.57
45.77
46.01
46.23
46.45
46.68
46.93
47.15
47.39

2,693.85
2,707.64
2,720.42
2,733.21
2,746.99
2,759.77
2,773.56
2,787.30
2,802.07
2,815.87
2,829.63
2,843.41
2,857.17
2,869.97
2,883.74
2,898.50
2,912.26
2,927.02
2 941 78
2,941.78
2,955.56
2,970.32
2,985.08
2,999.84
3,012.63
3,027.38
3,042.15
3,057.87
3,072.64
3,088.38
3,103.14
3,117.91

2,829.63
2,843.41
2,857.17
2,869.97
2,883.74
2,898.50
2,912.26
2,927.02
2,941.78
2,955.56
2,970.32
2,985.08
2,999.84
3,012.63
3,027.38
3,042.15
3,057.87
3,072.64
3 088 38
3,088.38
3,103.14
3,117.91
3,133.63
3,148.40
3,163.15
3,178.89
3,194.66
3,210.39
3,226.14
3,241.86
3,257.61
3,274.34

2,970.32
2,985.08
2,999.84
3,012.63
3,027.38
3,042.15
3,057.87
3,072.64
3,088.38
3,103.14
3,117.91
3,133.63
3,148.40
3,163.15
3,178.89
3,194.66
3,210.39
3,226.14
3 241 86
3,241.86
3,257.61
3,274.34
3,290.09
3,305.83
3,320.59
3,337.30
3,354.04
3,369.78
3,386.51
3,404.20
3,420.95
3,437.67

3,117.91
3,133.63
3,148.40
3,163.15
3,178.89
3,194.66
3,210.39
3,226.14
3,241.86
3,257.61
3,274.34
3,290.09
3,305.83
3,320.59
3,337.30
3,354.04
3,369.78
3,386.51
3 404 20
3,404.20
3,420.95
3,437.67
3,454.37
3,471.12
3,487.84
3,504.56
3,521.29
3,538.01
3,555.74
3,574.42
3,592.13
3,609.85

Bi-Weekly Rates

3,274.34
3,290.09
3,305.83
3,320.59
3,337.30
3,354.04
3,369.78
3,386.51
3,404.20
3,420.95
3,437.67
3,454.37
3,471.12
3,487.84
3,504.56
3,521.29
3,538.01
3,555.74
3 574 42
3,574.42
3,592.13
3,609.85
3,627.55
3,645.26
3,661.99
3,680.67
3,698.39
3,716.11
3,734.79
3,754.46
3,772.19
3,790.87

5,836.68
5,866.55
5,894.24
5,921.96
5,951.81
5,979.50
6,009.38
6,039.15
6,071.15
6,101.05
6,130.87
6,160.72
6,190.54
6,218.27
6,248.10
6,280.08
6,309.90
6,341.88
6 373 86
6,373.86
6,403.71
6,435.69
6,467.67
6,499.65
6,527.37
6,559.32
6,591.33
6,625.39
6,657.39
6,691.49
6,723.47
6,755.47

7,094.40
7,128.53
7,162.63
7,194.61
7,230.82
7,267.09
7,301.19
7,337.44
7,375.77
7,412.06
7,448.29
7,484.47
7,520.76
7,556.99
7,593.21
7,629.46
7,665.69
7,704.10
7 744 58
7,744.58
7,782.95
7,821.34
7,859.69
7,898.06
7,934.31
7,974.79
8,013.18
8,051.57
8,092.05
8,134.66
8,173.08
8,213.55

Monthly Rates

ThetableamountsareapproximatependingfinalcalculationwithinSAP.IfthereisadiscrepancybetweenthislistingandthedatainSAP,thedatainSAP
willbeconsideredcorrect.

A398
A399
A400
A401
A402
A403
A404
A405
A406
A407
A408
A409
A410
A411
A412
A413
A414
A415
A416
A417
A418
A419
A420
A421
A422
A423
A424
A425
A426
A427
A428

Hourly Rates

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SalaryTableforAFSCMEJobClassifications
EffectiveJune2013

52

39.17
39.37
39.54
39.74
39.93
40.13
40.33
40.52
40.72
40.93
41.13
41.32
41.51
41.72
41.93
42.12
42.33
42.55
42 76
42.76
42.97
43.18
43.39
43.60
43.81
44.02
44.23
44.45
44.68
44.90
45.12
45.34

41.13
41.32
41.51
41.72
41.93
42.12
42.33
42.55
42.76
42.97
43.18
43.39
43.60
43.81
44.02
44.23
44.45
44.68
44 90
44.90
45.12
45.34
45.57
45.77
46.01
46.23
46.45
46.68
46.93
47.15
47.39
47.62

43.18
43.39
43.60
43.81
44.02
44.23
44.45
44.68
44.90
45.12
45.34
45.57
45.77
46.01
46.23
46.45
46.68
46.93
47 15
47.15
47.39
47.62
47.84
48.07
48.31
48.54
48.79
49.02
49.28
49.51
49.76
50.01

45.34
45.57
45.77
46.01
46.23
46.45
46.68
46.93
47.15
47.39
47.62
47.84
48.07
48.31
48.54
48.79
49.02
49.28
49 51
49.51
49.76
50.01
50.25
50.47
50.72
50.98
51.22
51.47
51.74
52.00
52.24
52.50

47.62
47.84
48.07
48.31
48.54
48.79
49.02
49.28
49.51
49.76
50.01
50.25
50.47
50.72
50.98
51.22
51.47
51.74
52 00
52.00
52.24
52.50
52.76
53.01
53.26
53.52
53.78
54.05
54.33
54.59
54.86
55.13

3,133.63
3,149.39
3,163.15
3,178.89
3,194.66
3,210.39
3,226.14
3,241.86
3,257.61
3,274.34
3,290.09
3,305.83
3,320.59
3,337.30
3,354.04
3,369.78
3,386.51
3,404.20
3 420 95
3,420.95
3,437.67
3,454.37
3,471.12
3,487.84
3,504.56
3,521.29
3,538.01
3,555.74
3,574.42
3,592.13
3,609.85
3,627.55

3,290.09
3,305.83
3,320.59
3,337.30
3,354.04
3,369.78
3,386.51
3,404.20
3,420.95
3,437.67
3,454.37
3,471.12
3,487.84
3,504.56
3,521.29
3,538.01
3,555.74
3,574.42
3 592 13
3,592.13
3,609.85
3,627.55
3,645.26
3,661.99
3,680.67
3,698.39
3,716.11
3,734.79
3,754.46
3,772.19
3,790.87
3,809.58

3,454.37
3,471.12
3,487.84
3,504.56
3,521.29
3,538.01
3,555.74
3,574.42
3,592.13
3,609.85
3,627.55
3,645.26
3,661.99
3,680.67
3,698.39
3,716.11
3,734.79
3,754.46
3 772 19
3,772.19
3,790.87
3,809.58
3,827.28
3,845.98
3,864.65
3,883.36
3,903.03
3,921.71
3,942.40
3,961.07
3,980.76
4,000.43

3,627.55
3,645.26
3,661.99
3,680.67
3,698.39
3,716.11
3,734.79
3,754.46
3,772.19
3,790.87
3,809.58
3,827.28
3,845.98
3,864.65
3,883.36
3,903.03
3,921.71
3,942.40
3 961 07
3,961.07
3,980.76
4,000.43
4,020.12
4,037.84
4,057.52
4,078.16
4,097.84
4,117.52
4,139.18
4,159.82
4,179.51
4,200.16

Bi-Weekly Rates

3,809.58
3,827.28
3,845.98
3,864.65
3,883.36
3,903.03
3,921.71
3,942.40
3,961.07
3,980.76
4,000.43
4,020.12
4,037.84
4,057.52
4,078.16
4,097.84
4,117.52
4,139.18
4 159 82
4,159.82
4,179.51
4,200.16
4,220.84
4,240.50
4,261.16
4,281.82
4,302.49
4,324.14
4,346.76
4,367.42
4,389.07
4,410.72

6,789.53
6,823.68
6,853.49
6,887.60
6,921.76
6,955.85
6,989.97
7,024.03
7,058.16
7,094.40
7,128.53
7,162.63
7,194.61
7,230.82
7,267.09
7,301.19
7,337.44
7,375.77
7 412 06
7,412.06
7,448.29
7,484.47
7,520.76
7,556.99
7,593.21
7,629.46
7,665.69
7,704.10
7,744.58
7,782.95
7,821.34
7,859.69

8,254.09
8,292.44
8,332.96
8,373.41
8,413.95
8,456.57
8,497.04
8,541.87
8,582.32
8,624.98
8,667.60
8,710.26
8,748.65
8,791.29
8,836.01
8,878.65
8,921.29
8,968.22
9 012 94
9,012.94
9,055.61
9,100.35
9,145.15
9,187.75
9,232.51
9,277.28
9,322.06
9,368.97
9,417.98
9,462.74
9,509.65
9,556.56

Monthly Rates

ThetableamountsareapproximatependingfinalcalculationwithinSAP.IfthereisadiscrepancybetweenthislistingandthedatainSAP,thedatainSAP
willbeconsideredcorrect.

A429
A430
A431
A432
A433
A434
A435
A436
A437
A438
A439
A440
A441
A442
A443
A444
A445
A446
A447
A448
A449
A450
A451
A452
A453
A454
A455
A456
A457
A458
A459

Hourly Rates

AppendixC
SalaryTableforAFSCMEJobClassifications
EffectiveJune2013

53

45.57
45.77
46.01
46.23
46.45
46.68
46.93
47.15
47.39
47.62
47.84
48.07
48.31
48.54
48.79
49.02
49.28
49.51
49 76
49.76
50.01
50.25
50.47
50.72
50.98
51.22
51.47
51.74
52.00
52.24
52.50
52.76

47.84
48.07
48.31
48.54
48.79
49.02
49.28
49.51
49.76
50.01
50.25
50.47
50.72
50.98
51.22
51.47
51.74
52.00
52 24
52.24
52.50
52.76
53.01
53.26
53.52
53.78
54.05
54.33
54.59
54.86
55.13
55.40

50.25
50.47
50.72
50.98
51.22
51.47
51.74
52.00
52.24
52.50
52.76
53.01
53.26
53.52
53.78
54.05
54.33
54.59
54 86
54.86
55.13
55.40
55.65
55.92
56.20
56.47
56.75
57.04
57.32
57.61
57.89
58.17

52.76
53.01
53.26
53.52
53.78
54.05
54.33
54.59
54.86
55.13
55.40
55.65
55.92
56.20
56.47
56.75
57.04
57.32
57 61
57.61
57.89
58.17
58.43
58.73
59.01
59.30
59.59
59.89
60.19
60.48
60.78
61.07

55.40
55.65
55.92
56.20
56.47
56.75
57.04
57.32
57.61
57.89
58.17
58.43
58.73
59.01
59.30
59.59
59.89
60.19
60 48
60.48
60.78
61.07
61.36
61.66
61.96
62.27
62.56
62.89
63.20
63.51
63.82
64.14

3,645.26
3,661.99
3,680.67
3,698.39
3,716.11
3,734.79
3,754.46
3,772.19
3,790.87
3,809.58
3,827.28
3,845.98
3,864.65
3,883.36
3,903.03
3,921.71
3,942.40
3,961.07
3 980 76
3,980.76
4,000.43
4,020.12
4,037.84
4,057.52
4,078.16
4,097.84
4,117.52
4,139.18
4,159.82
4,179.51
4,200.16
4,220.84

3,827.28
3,845.98
3,864.65
3,883.36
3,903.03
3,921.71
3,942.40
3,961.07
3,980.76
4,000.43
4,020.12
4,037.84
4,057.52
4,078.16
4,097.84
4,117.52
4,139.18
4,159.82
4 179 51
4,179.51
4,200.16
4,220.84
4,240.50
4,261.16
4,281.82
4,302.49
4,324.14
4,346.76
4,367.42
4,389.07
4,410.72
4,432.36

4,020.12
4,037.84
4,057.52
4,078.16
4,097.84
4,117.52
4,139.18
4,159.82
4,179.51
4,200.16
4,220.84
4,240.50
4,261.16
4,281.82
4,302.49
4,324.14
4,346.76
4,367.42
4 389 07
4,389.07
4,410.72
4,432.36
4,452.04
4,473.69
4,496.31
4,517.96
4,539.61
4,563.21
4,585.85
4,608.48
4,631.11
4,653.74

4,220.84
4,240.50
4,261.16
4,281.82
4,302.49
4,324.14
4,346.76
4,367.42
4,389.07
4,410.72
4,432.36
4,452.04
4,473.69
4,496.31
4,517.96
4,539.61
4,563.21
4,585.85
4 608 48
4,608.48
4,631.11
4,653.74
4,674.38
4,698.01
4,720.64
4,744.25
4,766.88
4,791.48
4,815.11
4,838.69
4,862.32
4,885.93

Bi-Weekly Rates

4,432.36
4,452.04
4,473.69
4,496.31
4,517.96
4,539.61
4,563.21
4,585.85
4,608.48
4,631.11
4,653.74
4,674.38
4,698.01
4,720.64
4,744.25
4,766.88
4,791.48
4,815.11
4 838 69
4,838.69
4,862.32
4,885.93
4,908.56
4,933.16
4,956.76
4,981.37
5,004.98
5,031.55
5,056.16
5,080.73
5,105.33
5,130.90

7,898.06
7,934.31
7,974.79
8,013.18
8,051.57
8,092.05
8,134.66
8,173.08
8,213.55
8,254.09
8,292.44
8,332.96
8,373.41
8,413.95
8,456.57
8,497.04
8,541.87
8,582.32
8 624 98
8,624.98
8,667.60
8,710.26
8,748.65
8,791.29
8,836.01
8,878.65
8,921.29
8,968.22
9,012.94
9,055.61
9,100.35
9,145.15

9,603.45
9,646.09
9,693.00
9,742.01
9,788.91
9,835.82
9,886.96
9,936.01
9,985.04
10,034.07
10,083.10
10,127.82
10,179.02
10,228.05
10,279.21
10,328.24
10,381.54
10,432.74
10 483 83
10,483.83
10,535.03
10,586.18
10,635.21
10,688.51
10,739.65
10,792.97
10,844.12
10,901.69
10,955.01
11,008.25
11,061.55
11,116.95

Monthly Rates

ThetableamountsareapproximatependingfinalcalculationwithinSAP.IfthereisadiscrepancybetweenthislistingandthedatainSAP,thedatainSAP
willbeconsideredcorrect.

A460
A461
A462
A463
A464
A465
A466
A467
A468
A469
A470
A471
A472
A473
A474
A475
A476
A477
A478
A479
A480
A481
A482
A483
A484
A485
A486
A487
A488
A489
A490

Hourly Rates

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SalaryTableforAFSCMEJobClassifications
EffectiveJune2013

54

53.01
53.26
53.52
53.78
54.05
54.33
54.59
54.86
55.13
55.40
55.65
55.92
56.20
56.47
56.75
57.04
57.32
57.61
57 89
57.89
58.17
58.43
58.73
59.01
59.30
59.59
59.89
60.19
60.48
60.78
61.07
61.36

55.65
55.92
56.20
56.47
56.75
57.04
57.32
57.61
57.89
58.17
58.43
58.73
59.01
59.30
59.59
59.89
60.19
60.48
60 78
60.78
61.07
61.36
61.66
61.96
62.27
62.56
62.89
63.20
63.51
63.82
64.14
64.43

58.43
58.73
59.01
59.30
59.59
59.89
60.19
60.48
60.78
61.07
61.36
61.66
61.96
62.27
62.56
62.89
63.20
63.51
63 82
63.82
64.14
64.43
64.74
65.06
65.38
65.70
66.04
66.36
66.68
67.01
67.35
67.65

61.36
61.66
61.96
62.27
62.56
62.89
63.20
63.51
63.82
64.14
64.43
64.74
65.06
65.38
65.70
66.04
66.36
66.68
67 01
67.01
67.35
67.65
67.99
68.31
68.65
68.98
69.34
69.68
70.02
70.36
70.70
71.04

64.43
64.74
65.06
65.38
65.70
66.04
66.36
66.68
67.01
67.35
67.65
67.99
68.31
68.65
68.98
69.34
69.68
70.02
70 36
70.36
70.70
71.04
71.38
71.74
72.09
72.45
72.82
73.18
73.54
73.91
74.28
74.65

4,240.50
4,261.16
4,281.82
4,302.49
4,324.14
4,346.76
4,367.42
4,389.07
4,410.72
4,432.36
4,452.04
4,473.69
4,496.31
4,517.96
4,539.61
4,563.21
4,585.85
4,608.48
4 631 11
4,631.11
4,653.74
4,674.38
4,698.01
4,720.64
4,744.25
4,766.88
4,791.48
4,815.11
4,838.69
4,862.32
4,885.93
4,908.56

4,452.04
4,473.69
4,496.31
4,517.96
4,539.61
4,563.21
4,585.85
4,608.48
4,631.11
4,653.74
4,674.38
4,698.01
4,720.64
4,744.25
4,766.88
4,791.48
4,815.11
4,838.69
4 862 32
4,862.32
4,885.93
4,908.56
4,933.16
4,956.76
4,981.37
5,004.98
5,031.55
5,056.16
5,080.73
5,105.33
5,130.90
5,154.53

4,674.38
4,698.01
4,720.64
4,744.25
4,766.88
4,791.48
4,815.11
4,838.69
4,862.32
4,885.93
4,908.56
4,933.16
4,956.76
4,981.37
5,004.98
5,031.55
5,056.16
5,080.73
5 105 33
5,105.33
5,130.90
5,154.53
5,179.13
5,204.70
5,230.27
5,255.86
5,283.42
5,308.99
5,334.58
5,361.14
5,387.71
5,412.30

4,908.56
4,933.16
4,956.76
4,981.37
5,004.98
5,031.55
5,056.16
5,080.73
5,105.33
5,130.90
5,154.53
5,179.13
5,204.70
5,230.27
5,255.86
5,283.42
5,308.99
5,334.58
5 361 14
5,361.14
5,387.71
5,412.30
5,438.86
5,464.45
5,491.99
5,518.56
5,547.09
5,574.64
5,601.20
5,628.74
5,656.32
5,682.86

Bi-Weekly Rates

5,154.53
5,179.13
5,204.70
5,230.27
5,255.86
5,283.42
5,308.99
5,334.58
5,361.14
5,387.71
5,412.30
5,438.86
5,464.45
5,491.99
5,518.56
5,547.09
5,574.64
5,601.20
5 628 74
5,628.74
5,656.32
5,682.86
5,710.43
5,738.95
5,767.47
5,796.02
5,825.53
5,854.07
5,883.59
5,913.10
5,942.61
5,972.13

9,187.75
9,232.51
9,277.28
9,322.06
9,368.97
9,417.98
9,462.74
9,509.65
9,556.56
9,603.45
9,646.09
9,693.00
9,742.01
9,788.91
9,835.82
9,886.96
9,936.01
9,985.04
10 034 07
10,034.07
10,083.10
10,127.82
10,179.02
10,228.05
10,279.21
10,328.24
10,381.54
10,432.74
10,483.83
10,535.03
10,586.18
10,635.21

11,168.15
11,221.45
11,276.85
11,332.25
11,387.70
11,447.41
11,502.81
11,558.26
11,615.80
11,673.37
11,726.65
11,784.20
11,839.64
11,899.31
11,956.88
12,018.70
12,078.39
12,135.93
12 195 60
12,195.60
12,255.36
12,312.86
12,372.60
12,434.39
12,496.19
12,558.04
12,621.98
12,683.82
12,747.78
12,811.72
12,875.66
12,939.62

Monthly Rates

ThetableamountsareapproximatependingfinalcalculationwithinSAP.IfthereisadiscrepancybetweenthislistingandthedatainSAP,thedatainSAP
willbeconsideredcorrect.

A491
A492
A493
A494
A495
A496
A497
A498
A499
A500
A501
A502
A503
A504
A505
A506
A507
A508
A509
A510
A511
A512
A513
A514
A515
A516
A517
A518
A519
A520
A521

Hourly Rates

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SalaryTableforAFSCMEJobClassifications
EffectiveJune2013

55

61.66
61.96
62.27
62.56
62.89
63.20
63.51
63.82
64.14
64.43
64.74
65.06
65.38
65.70
66.04
66.36
66.68
67.01
67 35
67.35
67.65
67.99
68.31
68.65
68.98
69.34
69.68
70.02
70.36
70.70
71.04
71.38

64.74
65.06
65.38
65.70
66.04
66.36
66.68
67.01
67.35
67.65
67.99
68.31
68.65
68.98
69.34
69.68
70.02
70.36
70 70
70.70
71.04
71.38
71.74
72.09
72.45
72.82
73.18
73.54
73.91
74.28
74.65
75.02

67.99
68.31
68.65
68.98
69.34
69.68
70.02
70.36
70.70
71.04
71.38
71.74
72.09
72.45
72.82
73.18
73.54
73.91
74 28
74.28
74.65
75.02
75.40
75.77
76.15
76.53
76.91
77.30
77.69
78.07
78.46
78.86

71.38
71.74
72.09
72.45
72.82
73.18
73.54
73.91
74.28
74.65
75.02
75.40
75.77
76.15
76.53
76.91
77.30
77.69
78 07
78.07
78.46
78.86
79.25
79.64
80.04
80.44
80.84
81.24
81.65
82.06
82.45
82.88

75.02
75.40
75.77
76.15
76.53
76.91
77.30
77.69
78.07
78.46
78.86
79.25
79.64
80.04
80.44
80.84
81.24
81.65
82 06
82.06
82.47
82.88
83.30
83.70
84.12
84.55
84.97
85.39
85.82
86.25
86.68
87.11

4,933.16
4,956.76
4,981.37
5,004.98
5,031.55
5,056.16
5,080.73
5,105.33
5,130.90
5,154.53
5,179.13
5,204.70
5,230.27
5,255.86
5,283.42
5,308.99
5,334.58
5,361.14
5 387 71
5,387.71
5,412.30
5,438.86
5,464.45
5,491.99
5,518.56
5,547.09
5,574.64
5,601.20
5,628.74
5,656.32
5,682.86
5,710.43

5,179.13
5,204.70
5,230.27
5,255.86
5,283.42
5,308.99
5,334.58
5,361.14
5,387.71
5,412.30
5,438.86
5,464.45
5,491.99
5,518.56
5,547.09
5,574.64
5,601.20
5,628.74
5 656 32
5,656.32
5,682.86
5,710.43
5,738.95
5,767.47
5,796.02
5,825.53
5,854.07
5,883.59
5,913.10
5,942.61
5,972.13
6,001.63

5,438.86
5,464.45
5,491.99
5,518.56
5,547.09
5,574.64
5,601.20
5,628.74
5,656.32
5,682.86
5,710.43
5,738.95
5,767.47
5,796.02
5,825.53
5,854.07
5,883.59
5,913.10
5 942 61
5,942.61
5,972.13
6,001.63
6,032.14
6,061.65
6,092.16
6,122.66
6,153.17
6,183.67
6,215.15
6,245.64
6,277.12
6,308.61

5,710.43
5,738.95
5,767.47
5,796.02
5,825.53
5,854.07
5,883.59
5,913.10
5,942.61
5,972.13
6,001.63
6,032.14
6,061.65
6,092.16
6,122.66
6,153.17
6,183.67
6,215.15
6 245 64
6,245.64
6,277.12
6,308.61
6,340.09
6,371.58
6,403.07
6,435.51
6,467.01
6,499.48
6,531.96
6,564.42
6,595.90
6,630.34

Bi-Weekly Rates

6,001.63
6,032.14
6,061.65
6,092.16
6,122.66
6,153.17
6,183.67
6,215.15
6,245.64
6,277.12
6,308.61
6,340.09
6,371.58
6,403.07
6,435.51
6,467.01
6,499.48
6,531.96
6 564 42
6,564.42
6,597.86
6,630.34
6,663.79
6,696.25
6,729.70
6,764.14
6,797.60
6,831.04
6,865.49
6,899.91
6,934.36
6,968.78

10,688.51
10,739.65
10,792.97
10,844.12
10,901.69
10,955.01
11,008.25
11,061.55
11,116.95
11,168.15
11,221.45
11,276.85
11,332.25
11,387.70
11,447.41
11,502.81
11,558.26
11,615.80
11 673 37
11,673.37
11,726.65
11,784.20
11,839.64
11,899.31
11,956.88
12,018.70
12,078.39
12,135.93
12,195.60
12,255.36
12,312.86
12,372.60

13,003.53
13,069.64
13,133.58
13,199.68
13,265.76
13,331.87
13,397.95
13,466.16
13,532.22
13,600.43
13,668.66
13,736.86
13,805.09
13,873.32
13,943.61
14,011.86
14,082.21
14,152.58
14 222 91
14,222.91
14,295.36
14,365.74
14,438.21
14,508.54
14,581.02
14,655.64
14,728.13
14,800.59
14,875.23
14,949.81
15,024.45
15,099.02

Monthly Rates

ThetableamountsareapproximatependingfinalcalculationwithinSAP.IfthereisadiscrepancybetweenthislistingandthedatainSAP,thedatainSAP
willbeconsideredcorrect.

A522
A523
A524
A525
A526
A527
A528
A529
A530
A531
A532
A533
A534
A535
A536
A537
A538
A539
A540
A541
A542
A543
A544
A545
A546
A547
A548
A549
A550
A551
A552

Hourly Rates

AppendixC
SalaryTableforAFSCMEJobClassifications
EffectiveJune2013

56

71.74
72.09
72.45
72.82
73.18

75.40
75.77
76.15
76.53
76.91

79.25
79.64
80.04
80.44
80.84

83.30
83.70
84.12
84.55
84.97

87.54
87.98
88.43
88.86
89.31

5,738.95
5,767.47
5,796.02
5,825.53
5,854.07

6,032.14
6,061.65
6,092.16
6,122.66
6,153.17

6,340.09
6,371.58
6,403.07
6,435.51
6,467.01

6,663.79
6,696.25
6,729.70
6,764.14
6,797.60

Bi-Weekly Rates

7,003.24
7,038.66
7,074.07
7,108.50
7,144.91

12,434.39
12,496.19
12,558.04
12,621.98
12,683.82

15,173.69
15,250.43
15,327.15
15,401.75
15,480.64

Monthly Rates

ThetableamountsareapproximatependingfinalcalculationwithinSAP.IfthereisadiscrepancybetweenthislistingandthedatainSAP,thedatainSAP
willbeconsideredcorrect.

A553
A554
A555
A556
A557

Hourly Rates

AppendixC
SalaryTableforAFSCMEJobClassifications
EffectiveJune2013

57

25.61
25.74
25.87
25.99
26.12
26.25
26.37
26.50
26.63
26.77
26.91
27.03
27.17
27.30
27.44
27.56
27.69
27.83
27.97
28.11
28.25
28.39
28.53
28.67
28.81
28.95
29.08
29.22
29.36
29.52
29.67

A336
A337
A338
A339
A340
A341
A342
A343
A344
A345
A346
A347
A348
A349
A350
A351
A352
A353
A354
A355
A356
A357
A358
A359
A360
A361
A362
A363
A364
A365
A366

26.91
27.03
27.17
27.30
27.44
27.56
27.69
27.83
27.97
28.11
28.25
28.39
28.53
28.67
28.81
28.95
29.08
29.22
29.36
29.52
29.67
29.81
29.96
30.10
30.25
30.39
30.53
30.68
30.83
30.98
31.15

Step 2

28.25
28.39
28.53
28.67
28.81
28.95
29.08
29.22
29.36
29.52
29.67
29.81
29.96
30.10
30.25
30.39
30.53
30.68
30.83
30.98
31.15
31.30
31.45
31.61
31.76
31.91
32.06
32.21
32.38
32.53
32.71

Step 3

29.67
29.81
29.96
30.10
30.25
30.39
30.53
30.68
30.83
30.98
31.15
31.30
31.45
31.61
31.76
31.91
32.06
32.21
32.38
32.53
32.71
32.87
33.02
33.19
33.35
33.51
33.67
33.83
34.00
34.16
34.35

Step 4

31.15
31.30
31.45
31.61
31.76
31.91
32.06
32.21
32.38
32.53
32.71
32.87
33.02
33.19
33.35
33.51
33.67
33.83
34.00
34.16
34.35
34.52
34.68
34.86
35.03
35.19
35.37
35.53
35.71
35.89
36.08

Step 5

2,049.07
2,059.21
2,069.35
2,079.49
2,089.61
2,099.76
2,109.89
2,120.01
2,130.15
2,141.30
2,152.44
2,162.57
2,173.73
2,183.87
2,195.00
2,205.15
2,215.28
2,226.42
2,237.56
2,248.73
2,259.86
2,271.01
2,282.18
2,293.31
2,304.46
2,315.60
2,326.75
2,337.90
2,349.04
2,361.21
2,373.36

2,152.44
2,162.57
2,173.73
2,183.87
2,195.00
2,205.15
2,215.28
2,226.42
2,237.56
2,248.73
2,259.86
2,271.01
2,282.18
2,293.31
2,304.46
2,315.60
2,326.75
2,337.90
2,349.04
2,361.21
2,373.36
2,384.52
2,396.67
2,407.81
2,419.97
2,431.12
2,442.28
2,454.44
2,466.60
2,478.76
2,491.94

2,259.86
2,271.01
2,282.18
2,293.31
2,304.46
2,315.60
2,326.75
2,337.90
2,349.04
2,361.21
2,373.36
2,384.52
2,396.67
2,407.81
2,419.97
2,431.12
2,442.28
2,454.44
2,466.60
2,478.76
2,491.94
2,504.08
2,516.25
2,528.41
2,540.58
2,552.74
2,564.90
2,577.05
2,590.22
2,602.39
2,616.58

2,373.36
2,384.52
2,396.67
2,407.81
2,419.97
2,431.12
2,442.28
2,454.44
2,466.60
2,478.76
2,491.94
2,504.08
2,516.25
2,528.41
2,540.58
2,552.74
2,564.90
2,577.05
2,590.22
2,602.39
2,616.58
2,629.77
2,641.92
2,655.09
2,668.25
2,680.43
2,693.60
2,706.77
2,719.94
2,733.14
2,748.33

Bi-Weekly Rates

2,491.94
2,504.08
2,516.25
2,528.41
2,540.58
2,552.74
2,564.90
2,577.05
2,590.22
2,602.39
2,616.58
2,629.77
2,641.92
2,655.09
2,668.25
2,680.43
2,693.60
2,706.77
2,719.94
2,733.14
2,748.33
2,761.49
2,774.67
2,788.87
2,802.03
2,815.21
2,829.40
2,842.56
2,856.77
2,870.92
2,886.13

4,439.65
4,461.62
4,483.59
4,505.56
4,527.49
4,549.48
4,571.43
4,593.36
4,615.33
4,639.48
4,663.62
4,685.57
4,709.75
4,731.72
4,755.83
4,777.83
4,799.77
4,823.91
4,848.05
4,872.25
4,896.36
4,920.52
4,944.72
4,968.84
4,993.00
5,017.13
5,041.29
5,065.45
5,089.59
5,115.96
5,142.28

Step 1

5,399.20
5,425.51
5,451.88
5,478.22
5,504.59
5,530.94
5,557.28
5,583.61
5,612.14
5,638.51
5,669.26
5,697.84
5,724.16
5,752.70
5,781.21
5,807.60
5,836.13
5,864.67
5,893.20
5,921.80
5,954.72
5,983.23
6,011.79
6,042.55
6,071.07
6,099.62
6,130.37
6,158.88
6,189.67
6,220.33
6,253.28

Step 5

Monthly Rates

ThetableamountsareapproximatependingfinalcalculationwithinSAP.IfthereisadiscrepancybetweenthislistingandthedatainSAP,thedatainSAP
willbeconsideredcorrect.

Step 1

Grade

Hourly Rates

AppendixC
SalaryTableforAFSCMEJobClassifications
EffectiveJune2014

58

29.81
29.96
30.10
30.25
30.39
30.53
30.68
30.83
30.98
31.15
31.30
31.45
31.61
31.76
31.91
32.06
32.21
32.38
32 53
32.53
32.71
32.87
33.02
33.19
33.35
33.51
33.67
33.83
34.00
34.16
34.35
34.52

31.30
31.45
31.61
31.76
31.91
32.06
32.21
32.38
32.53
32.71
32.87
33.02
33.19
33.35
33.51
33.67
33.83
34.00
34 16
34.16
34.35
34.52
34.68
34.86
35.03
35.19
35.37
35.53
35.71
35.89
36.08
36.25

32.87
33.02
33.19
33.35
33.51
33.67
33.83
34.00
34.16
34.35
34.52
34.68
34.86
35.03
35.19
35.37
35.53
35.71
35 89
35.89
36.08
36.25
36.43
36.61
36.79
36.95
37.13
37.32
37.50
37.69
37.88
38.05

34.52
34.68
34.86
35.03
35.19
35.37
35.53
35.71
35.89
36.08
36.25
36.43
36.61
36.79
36.95
37.13
37.32
37.50
37 69
37.69
37.88
38.05
38.24
38.43
38.62
38.79
38.98
39.17
39.37
39.56
39.76
39.95

36.25
36.43
36.61
36.79
36.95
37.13
37.32
37.50
37.69
37.88
38.05
38.24
38.43
38.62
38.79
38.98
39.17
39.37
39 56
39.56
39.76
39.95
40.14
40.35
40.54
40.73
40.93
41.13
41.33
41.54
41.74
41.94

2,384.52
2,396.67
2,407.81
2,419.97
2,431.12
2,442.28
2,454.44
2,466.60
2,478.76
2,491.94
2,504.08
2,516.25
2,528.41
2,540.58
2,552.74
2,564.90
2,577.05
2,590.22
2 602 39
2,602.39
2,616.58
2,629.77
2,641.92
2,655.09
2,668.25
2,680.43
2,693.60
2,706.77
2,719.94
2,733.14
2,748.33
2,761.49

2,504.08
2,516.25
2,528.41
2,540.58
2,552.74
2,564.90
2,577.05
2,590.22
2,602.39
2,616.58
2,629.77
2,641.92
2,655.09
2,668.25
2,680.43
2,693.60
2,706.77
2,719.94
2 733 14
2,733.14
2,748.33
2,761.49
2,774.67
2,788.87
2,802.03
2,815.21
2,829.40
2,842.56
2,856.77
2,870.92
2,886.13
2,900.35

2,629.77
2,641.92
2,655.09
2,668.25
2,680.43
2,693.60
2,706.77
2,719.94
2,733.14
2,748.33
2,761.49
2,774.67
2,788.87
2,802.03
2,815.21
2,829.40
2,842.56
2,856.77
2 870 92
2,870.92
2,886.13
2,900.35
2,914.52
2,928.71
2,942.89
2,956.07
2,970.25
2,985.46
2,999.63
3,014.83
3,030.03
3,044.23

2,761.49
2,774.67
2,788.87
2,802.03
2,815.21
2,829.40
2,842.56
2,856.77
2,870.92
2,886.13
2,900.35
2,914.52
2,928.71
2,942.89
2,956.07
2,970.25
2,985.46
2,999.63
3 014 83
3,014.83
3,030.03
3,044.23
3,059.43
3,074.63
3,089.84
3,103.01
3,118.20
3,133.41
3,149.61
3,164.82
3,181.03
3,196.23

Bi-Weekly Rates

2,900.35
2,914.52
2,928.71
2,942.89
2,956.07
2,970.25
2,985.46
2,999.63
3,014.83
3,030.03
3,044.23
3,059.43
3,074.63
3,089.84
3,103.01
3,118.20
3,133.41
3,149.61
3 164 82
3,164.82
3,181.03
3,196.23
3,211.45
3,227.64
3,242.85
3,258.04
3,274.26
3,290.50
3,306.70
3,322.92
3,339.12
3,355.34

5,166.46
5,192.79
5,216.92
5,243.27
5,267.43
5,291.61
5,317.95
5,344.30
5,370.65
5,399.20
5,425.51
5,451.88
5,478.22
5,504.59
5,530.94
5,557.28
5,583.61
5,612.14
5 638 51
5,638.51
5,669.26
5,697.84
5,724.16
5,752.70
5,781.21
5,807.60
5,836.13
5,864.67
5,893.20
5,921.80
5,954.72
5,983.23

6,284.09
6,314.79
6,345.54
6,376.26
6,404.82
6,435.54
6,468.50
6,499.20
6,532.13
6,565.07
6,595.83
6,628.77
6,661.70
6,694.65
6,723.19
6,756.10
6,789.06
6,824.16
6 857 11
6,857.11
6,892.23
6,925.17
6,958.14
6,993.22
7,026.18
7,059.09
7,094.23
7,129.42
7,164.52
7,199.66
7,234.76
7,269.90

Monthly Rates

ThetableamountsareapproximatependingfinalcalculationwithinSAP.IfthereisadiscrepancybetweenthislistingandthedatainSAP,thedatainSAP
willbeconsideredcorrect.

A367
A368
A369
A370
A371
A372
A373
A374
A375
A376
A377
A378
A379
A380
A381
A382
A383
A384
A385
A386
A387
A388
A389
A390
A391
A392
A393
A394
A395
A396
A397

Hourly Rates

AppendixC
SalaryTableforAFSCMEJobClassifications
EffectiveJune2014

59

34.68
34.86
35.03
35.19
35.37
35.53
35.71
35.89
36.08
36.25
36.43
36.61
36.79
36.95
37.13
37.32
37.50
37.69
37 88
37.88
38.05
38.24
38.43
38.62
38.79
38.98
39.17
39.37
39.56
39.76
39.95
40.14

36.43
36.61
36.79
36.95
37.13
37.32
37.50
37.69
37.88
38.05
38.24
38.43
38.62
38.79
38.98
39.17
39.37
39.56
39 76
39.76
39.95
40.14
40.35
40.54
40.73
40.93
41.13
41.33
41.54
41.74
41.94
42.16

38.24
38.43
38.62
38.79
38.98
39.17
39.37
39.56
39.76
39.95
40.14
40.35
40.54
40.73
40.93
41.13
41.33
41.54
41 74
41.74
41.94
42.16
42.36
42.56
42.75
42.97
43.18
43.39
43.60
43.83
44.04
44.26

40.14
40.35
40.54
40.73
40.93
41.13
41.33
41.54
41.74
41.94
42.16
42.36
42.56
42.75
42.97
43.18
43.39
43.60
43 83
43.83
44.04
44.26
44.48
44.69
44.91
45.12
45.34
45.55
45.78
46.02
46.25
46.48

42.16
42.36
42.56
42.75
42.97
43.18
43.39
43.60
43.83
44.04
44.26
44.48
44.69
44.91
45.12
45.34
45.55
45.78
46 02
46.02
46.25
46.48
46.70
46.93
47.15
47.39
47.62
47.84
48.09
48.34
48.57
48.81

2,774.67
2,788.87
2,802.03
2,815.21
2,829.40
2,842.56
2,856.77
2,870.92
2,886.13
2,900.35
2,914.52
2,928.71
2,942.89
2,956.07
2,970.25
2,985.46
2,999.63
3,014.83
3 030 03
3,030.03
3,044.23
3,059.43
3,074.63
3,089.84
3,103.01
3,118.20
3,133.41
3,149.61
3,164.82
3,181.03
3,196.23
3,211.45

2,914.52
2,928.71
2,942.89
2,956.07
2,970.25
2,985.46
2,999.63
3,014.83
3,030.03
3,044.23
3,059.43
3,074.63
3,089.84
3,103.01
3,118.20
3,133.41
3,149.61
3,164.82
3 181 03
3,181.03
3,196.23
3,211.45
3,227.64
3,242.85
3,258.04
3,274.26
3,290.50
3,306.70
3,322.92
3,339.12
3,355.34
3,372.57

3,059.43
3,074.63
3,089.84
3,103.01
3,118.20
3,133.41
3,149.61
3,164.82
3,181.03
3,196.23
3,211.45
3,227.64
3,242.85
3,258.04
3,274.26
3,290.50
3,306.70
3,322.92
3 339 12
3,339.12
3,355.34
3,372.57
3,388.79
3,405.00
3,420.21
3,437.42
3,454.66
3,470.87
3,488.11
3,506.33
3,523.58
3,540.80

3,211.45
3,227.64
3,242.85
3,258.04
3,274.26
3,290.50
3,306.70
3,322.92
3,339.12
3,355.34
3,372.57
3,388.79
3,405.00
3,420.21
3,437.42
3,454.66
3,470.87
3,488.11
3 506 33
3,506.33
3,523.58
3,540.80
3,558.00
3,575.25
3,592.48
3,609.70
3,626.93
3,644.15
3,662.41
3,681.65
3,699.89
3,718.15

Bi-Weekly Rates

3,372.57
3,388.79
3,405.00
3,420.21
3,437.42
3,454.66
3,470.87
3,488.11
3,506.33
3,523.58
3,540.80
3,558.00
3,575.25
3,592.48
3,609.70
3,626.93
3,644.15
3,662.41
3 681 65
3,681.65
3,699.89
3,718.15
3,736.38
3,754.62
3,771.85
3,791.09
3,809.34
3,827.59
3,846.83
3,867.09
3,885.36
3,904.60

6,011.79
6,042.55
6,071.07
6,099.62
6,130.37
6,158.88
6,189.67
6,220.33
6,253.28
6,284.09
6,314.79
6,345.54
6,376.26
6,404.82
6,435.54
6,468.50
6,499.20
6,532.13
6 565 07
6,565.07
6,595.83
6,628.77
6,661.70
6,694.65
6,723.19
6,756.10
6,789.06
6,824.16
6,857.11
6,892.23
6,925.17
6,958.14

7,307.24
7,342.38
7,377.50
7,410.46
7,447.74
7,485.10
7,520.22
7,557.57
7,597.05
7,634.42
7,671.73
7,709.00
7,746.38
7,783.71
7,821.02
7,858.35
7,895.66
7,935.22
7 976 91
7,976.91
8,016.43
8,055.99
8,095.49
8,135.01
8,172.34
8,214.03
8,253.57
8,293.11
8,334.80
8,378.70
8,418.28
8,459.97

Monthly Rates

ThetableamountsareapproximatependingfinalcalculationwithinSAP.IfthereisadiscrepancybetweenthislistingandthedatainSAP,thedatainSAP
willbeconsideredcorrect.

A398
A399
A400
A401
A402
A403
A404
A405
A406
A407
A408
A409
A410
A411
A412
A413
A414
A415
A416
A417
A418
A419
A420
A421
A422
A423
A424
A425
A426
A427
A428

Hourly Rates

AppendixC
SalaryTableforAFSCMEJobClassifications
EffectiveJune2014

60

40.35
40.55
40.73
40.93
41.13
41.33
41.54
41.74
41.94
42.16
42.36
42.56
42.75
42.97
43.18
43.39
43.60
43.83
44 04
44.04
44.26
44.48
44.69
44.91
45.12
45.34
45.55
45.78
46.02
46.25
46.48
46.70

42.36
42.56
42.75
42.97
43.18
43.39
43.60
43.83
44.04
44.26
44.48
44.69
44.91
45.12
45.34
45.55
45.78
46.02
46 25
46.25
46.48
46.70
46.93
47.15
47.39
47.62
47.84
48.09
48.34
48.57
48.81
49.05

44.48
44.69
44.91
45.12
45.34
45.55
45.78
46.02
46.25
46.48
46.70
46.93
47.15
47.39
47.62
47.84
48.09
48.34
48 57
48.57
48.81
49.05
49.28
49.52
49.76
50.00
50.25
50.49
50.76
51.00
51.25
51.51

46.70
46.93
47.15
47.39
47.62
47.84
48.09
48.34
48.57
48.81
49.05
49.28
49.52
49.76
50.00
50.25
50.49
50.76
51 00
51.00
51.25
51.51
51.76
51.99
52.24
52.51
52.76
53.01
53.29
53.56
53.81
54.08

49.05
49.28
49.52
49.76
50.00
50.25
50.49
50.76
51.00
51.25
51.51
51.76
51.99
52.24
52.51
52.76
53.01
53.29
53 56
53.56
53.81
54.08
54.34
54.60
54.86
55.13
55.39
55.67
55.96
56.23
56.51
56.79

3,227.64
3,243.87
3,258.04
3,274.26
3,290.50
3,306.70
3,322.92
3,339.12
3,355.34
3,372.57
3,388.79
3,405.00
3,420.21
3,437.42
3,454.66
3,470.87
3,488.11
3,506.33
3 523 58
3,523.58
3,540.80
3,558.00
3,575.25
3,592.48
3,609.70
3,626.93
3,644.15
3,662.41
3,681.65
3,699.89
3,718.15
3,736.38

3,388.79
3,405.00
3,420.21
3,437.42
3,454.66
3,470.87
3,488.11
3,506.33
3,523.58
3,540.80
3,558.00
3,575.25
3,592.48
3,609.70
3,626.93
3,644.15
3,662.41
3,681.65
3 699 89
3,699.89
3,718.15
3,736.38
3,754.62
3,771.85
3,791.09
3,809.34
3,827.59
3,846.83
3,867.09
3,885.36
3,904.60
3,923.87

3,558.00
3,575.25
3,592.48
3,609.70
3,626.93
3,644.15
3,662.41
3,681.65
3,699.89
3,718.15
3,736.38
3,754.62
3,771.85
3,791.09
3,809.34
3,827.59
3,846.83
3,867.09
3 885 36
3,885.36
3,904.60
3,923.87
3,942.10
3,961.36
3,980.59
3,999.86
4,020.12
4,039.36
4,060.67
4,079.90
4,100.18
4,120.44

3,736.38
3,754.62
3,771.85
3,791.09
3,809.34
3,827.59
3,846.83
3,867.09
3,885.36
3,904.60
3,923.87
3,942.10
3,961.36
3,980.59
3,999.86
4,020.12
4,039.36
4,060.67
4 079 90
4,079.90
4,100.18
4,120.44
4,140.72
4,158.98
4,179.25
4,200.50
4,220.78
4,241.05
4,263.36
4,284.61
4,304.90
4,326.16

Bi-Weekly Rates

3,923.87
3,942.10
3,961.36
3,980.59
3,999.86
4,020.12
4,039.36
4,060.67
4,079.90
4,100.18
4,120.44
4,140.72
4,158.98
4,179.25
4,200.50
4,220.78
4,241.05
4,263.36
4 284 61
4,284.61
4,304.90
4,326.16
4,347.47
4,367.72
4,388.99
4,410.27
4,431.56
4,453.86
4,477.16
4,498.44
4,520.74
4,543.04

6,993.22
7,028.39
7,059.09
7,094.23
7,129.42
7,164.52
7,199.66
7,234.76
7,269.90
7,307.24
7,342.38
7,377.50
7,410.46
7,447.74
7,485.10
7,520.22
7,557.57
7,597.05
7 634 42
7,634.42
7,671.73
7,709.00
7,746.38
7,783.71
7,821.02
7,858.35
7,895.66
7,935.22
7,976.91
8,016.43
8,055.99
8,095.49

8,501.72
8,541.22
8,582.95
8,624.61
8,666.36
8,710.26
8,751.95
8,798.12
8,839.78
8,883.72
8,927.62
8,971.56
9,011.12
9,055.04
9,101.08
9,145.02
9,188.94
9,237.28
9 283 32
9,283.32
9,327.28
9,373.35
9,419.52
9,463.39
9,509.48
9,555.59
9,601.71
9,650.03
9,700.51
9,746.62
9,794.94
9,843.25

Monthly Rates

ThetableamountsareapproximatependingfinalcalculationwithinSAP.IfthereisadiscrepancybetweenthislistingandthedatainSAP,thedatainSAP
willbeconsideredcorrect.

A429
A430
A431
A432
A433
A434
A435
A436
A437
A438
A439
A440
A441
A442
A443
A444
A445
A446
A447
A448
A449
A450
A451
A452
A453
A454
A455
A456
A457
A458
A459

Hourly Rates

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SalaryTableforAFSCMEJobClassifications
EffectiveJune2014

61

46.93
47.15
47.39
47.62
47.84
48.09
48.34
48.57
48.81
49.05
49.28
49.52
49.76
50.00
50.25
50.49
50.76
51.00
51 25
51.25
51.51
51.76
51.99
52.24
52.51
52.76
53.01
53.29
53.56
53.81
54.08
54.34

49.28
49.52
49.76
50.00
50.25
50.49
50.76
51.00
51.25
51.51
51.76
51.99
52.24
52.51
52.76
53.01
53.29
53.56
53 81
53.81
54.08
54.34
54.60
54.86
55.13
55.39
55.67
55.96
56.23
56.51
56.79
57.07

51.76
51.99
52.24
52.51
52.76
53.01
53.29
53.56
53.81
54.08
54.34
54.60
54.86
55.13
55.39
55.67
55.96
56.23
56 51
56.51
56.79
57.07
57.32
57.60
57.89
58.17
58.45
58.75
59.04
59.33
59.63
59.92

54.34
54.60
54.86
55.13
55.39
55.67
55.96
56.23
56.51
56.79
57.07
57.32
57.60
57.89
58.17
58.45
58.75
59.04
59 33
59.33
59.63
59.92
60.18
60.49
60.78
61.08
61.37
61.69
61.99
62.30
62.60
62.91

57.07
57.32
57.60
57.89
58.17
58.45
58.75
59.04
59.33
59.63
59.92
60.18
60.49
60.78
61.08
61.37
61.69
61.99
62 30
62.30
62.60
62.91
63.20
63.51
63.82
64.14
64.44
64.78
65.10
65.41
65.73
66.06

3,754.62
3,771.85
3,791.09
3,809.34
3,827.59
3,846.83
3,867.09
3,885.36
3,904.60
3,923.87
3,942.10
3,961.36
3,980.59
3,999.86
4,020.12
4,039.36
4,060.67
4,079.90
4 100 18
4,100.18
4,120.44
4,140.72
4,158.98
4,179.25
4,200.50
4,220.78
4,241.05
4,263.36
4,284.61
4,304.90
4,326.16
4,347.47

3,942.10
3,961.36
3,980.59
3,999.86
4,020.12
4,039.36
4,060.67
4,079.90
4,100.18
4,120.44
4,140.72
4,158.98
4,179.25
4,200.50
4,220.78
4,241.05
4,263.36
4,284.61
4 304 90
4,304.90
4,326.16
4,347.47
4,367.72
4,388.99
4,410.27
4,431.56
4,453.86
4,477.16
4,498.44
4,520.74
4,543.04
4,565.33

4,140.72
4,158.98
4,179.25
4,200.50
4,220.78
4,241.05
4,263.36
4,284.61
4,304.90
4,326.16
4,347.47
4,367.72
4,388.99
4,410.27
4,431.56
4,453.86
4,477.16
4,498.44
4 520 74
4,520.74
4,543.04
4,565.33
4,585.60
4,607.90
4,631.20
4,653.50
4,675.80
4,700.11
4,723.43
4,746.73
4,770.04
4,793.35

4,347.47
4,367.72
4,388.99
4,410.27
4,431.56
4,453.86
4,477.16
4,498.44
4,520.74
4,543.04
4,565.33
4,585.60
4,607.90
4,631.20
4,653.50
4,675.80
4,700.11
4,723.43
4 746 73
4,746.73
4,770.04
4,793.35
4,814.61
4,838.95
4,862.26
4,886.58
4,909.89
4,935.22
4,959.56
4,983.85
5,008.19
5,032.51

Bi-Weekly Rates

4,565.33
4,585.60
4,607.90
4,631.20
4,653.50
4,675.80
4,700.11
4,723.43
4,746.73
4,770.04
4,793.35
4,814.61
4,838.95
4,862.26
4,886.58
4,909.89
4,935.22
4,959.56
4 983 85
4,983.85
5,008.19
5,032.51
5,055.82
5,081.15
5,105.46
5,130.81
5,155.13
5,182.50
5,207.84
5,233.15
5,258.49
5,284.83

8,135.01
8,172.34
8,214.03
8,253.57
8,293.11
8,334.80
8,378.70
8,418.28
8,459.97
8,501.72
8,541.22
8,582.95
8,624.61
8,666.36
8,710.26
8,751.95
8,798.12
8,839.78
8 883 72
8,883.72
8,927.62
8,971.56
9,011.12
9,055.04
9,101.08
9,145.02
9,188.94
9,237.28
9,283.32
9,327.28
9,373.35
9,419.52

9,891.55
9,935.47
9,983.78
10,034.27
10,082.58
10,130.90
10,183.57
10,234.10
10,284.58
10,335.09
10,385.59
10,431.66
10,484.39
10,534.90
10,587.59
10,638.10
10,692.98
10,745.71
10 798 34
10,798.34
10,851.08
10,903.77
10,954.28
11,009.16
11,061.83
11,116.76
11,169.45
11,228.75
11,283.65
11,338.49
11,393.40
11,450.47

Monthly Rates

ThetableamountsareapproximatependingfinalcalculationwithinSAP.IfthereisadiscrepancybetweenthislistingandthedatainSAP,thedatainSAP
willbeconsideredcorrect.

A460
A461
A462
A463
A464
A465
A466
A467
A468
A469
A470
A471
A472
A473
A474
A475
A476
A477
A478
A479
A480
A481
A482
A483
A484
A485
A486
A487
A488
A489
A490

Hourly Rates

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SalaryTableforAFSCMEJobClassifications
EffectiveJune2014

62

54.60
54.86
55.13
55.39
55.67
55.96
56.23
56.51
56.79
57.07
57.32
57.60
57.89
58.17
58.45
58.75
59.04
59.33
59 63
59.63
59.92
60.18
60.49
60.78
61.08
61.37
61.69
61.99
62.30
62.60
62.91
63.20

57.32
57.60
57.89
58.17
58.45
58.75
59.04
59.33
59.63
59.92
60.18
60.49
60.78
61.08
61.37
61.69
61.99
62.30
62 60
62.60
62.91
63.20
63.51
63.82
64.14
64.44
64.78
65.10
65.41
65.73
66.06
66.36

60.18
60.49
60.78
61.08
61.37
61.69
61.99
62.30
62.60
62.91
63.20
63.51
63.82
64.14
64.44
64.78
65.10
65.41
65 73
65.73
66.06
66.36
66.68
67.01
67.34
67.67
68.02
68.35
68.68
69.02
69.37
69.68

63.20
63.51
63.82
64.14
64.44
64.78
65.10
65.41
65.73
66.06
66.36
66.68
67.01
67.34
67.67
68.02
68.35
68.68
69 02
69.02
69.37
69.68
70.03
70.35
70.71
71.05
71.42
71.77
72.12
72.47
72.83
73.17

66.36
66.68
67.01
67.34
67.67
68.02
68.35
68.68
69.02
69.37
69.68
70.03
70.35
70.71
71.05
71.42
71.77
72.12
72 47
72.47
72.83
73.17
73.52
73.89
74.26
74.62
75.00
75.37
75.75
76.13
76.51
76.89

4,367.72
4,388.99
4,410.27
4,431.56
4,453.86
4,477.16
4,498.44
4,520.74
4,543.04
4,565.33
4,585.60
4,607.90
4,631.20
4,653.50
4,675.80
4,700.11
4,723.43
4,746.73
4 770 04
4,770.04
4,793.35
4,814.61
4,838.95
4,862.26
4,886.58
4,909.89
4,935.22
4,959.56
4,983.85
5,008.19
5,032.51
5,055.82

4,585.60
4,607.90
4,631.20
4,653.50
4,675.80
4,700.11
4,723.43
4,746.73
4,770.04
4,793.35
4,814.61
4,838.95
4,862.26
4,886.58
4,909.89
4,935.22
4,959.56
4,983.85
5 008 19
5,008.19
5,032.51
5,055.82
5,081.15
5,105.46
5,130.81
5,155.13
5,182.50
5,207.84
5,233.15
5,258.49
5,284.83
5,309.17

4,814.61
4,838.95
4,862.26
4,886.58
4,909.89
4,935.22
4,959.56
4,983.85
5,008.19
5,032.51
5,055.82
5,081.15
5,105.46
5,130.81
5,155.13
5,182.50
5,207.84
5,233.15
5 258 49
5,258.49
5,284.83
5,309.17
5,334.50
5,360.84
5,387.18
5,413.54
5,441.92
5,468.26
5,494.62
5,521.97
5,549.34
5,574.67

5,055.82
5,081.15
5,105.46
5,130.81
5,155.13
5,182.50
5,207.84
5,233.15
5,258.49
5,284.83
5,309.17
5,334.50
5,360.84
5,387.18
5,413.54
5,441.92
5,468.26
5,494.62
5 521 97
5,521.97
5,549.34
5,574.67
5,602.03
5,628.38
5,656.75
5,684.12
5,713.50
5,741.88
5,769.24
5,797.60
5,826.01
5,853.35

Bi-Weekly Rates

5,309.17
5,334.50
5,360.84
5,387.18
5,413.54
5,441.92
5,468.26
5,494.62
5,521.97
5,549.34
5,574.67
5,602.03
5,628.38
5,656.75
5,684.12
5,713.50
5,741.88
5,769.24
5 797 60
5,797.60
5,826.01
5,853.35
5,881.74
5,911.12
5,940.49
5,969.90
6,000.30
6,029.69
6,060.10
6,090.49
6,120.89
6,151.29

9,463.39
9,509.48
9,555.59
9,601.71
9,650.03
9,700.51
9,746.62
9,794.94
9,843.25
9,891.55
9,935.47
9,983.78
10,034.27
10,082.58
10,130.90
10,183.57
10,234.10
10,284.58
10 335 09
10,335.09
10,385.59
10,431.66
10,484.39
10,534.90
10,587.59
10,638.10
10,692.98
10,745.71
10,798.34
10,851.08
10,903.77
10,954.28

11,503.20
11,558.08
11,615.15
11,672.22
11,729.34
11,790.83
11,847.90
11,905.01
11,964.27
12,023.57
12,078.45
12,137.73
12,194.82
12,256.29
12,315.59
12,379.25
12,440.74
12,500.02
12 561 47
12,561.47
12,623.02
12,682.26
12,743.77
12,807.43
12,871.06
12,934.78
13,000.65
13,064.33
13,130.22
13,196.06
13,261.93
13,327.80

Monthly Rates

ThetableamountsareapproximatependingfinalcalculationwithinSAP.IfthereisadiscrepancybetweenthislistingandthedatainSAP,thedatainSAP
willbeconsideredcorrect.

A491
A492
A493
A494
A495
A496
A497
A498
A499
A500
A501
A502
A503
A504
A505
A506
A507
A508
A509
A510
A511
A512
A513
A514
A515
A516
A517
A518
A519
A520
A521

Hourly Rates

AppendixC
SalaryTableforAFSCMEJobClassifications
EffectiveJune2014

63

63.51
63.82
64.14
64.44
64.78
65.10
65.41
65.73
66.06
66.36
66.68
67.01
67.34
67.67
68.02
68.35
68.68
69.02
69 37
69.37
69.68
70.03
70.35
70.71
71.05
71.42
71.77
72.12
72.47
72.83
73.17
73.52

66.68
67.01
67.34
67.67
68.02
68.35
68.68
69.02
69.37
69.68
70.03
70.35
70.71
71.05
71.42
71.77
72.12
72.47
72 83
72.83
73.17
73.52
73.89
74.26
74.62
75.00
75.37
75.75
76.13
76.51
76.89
77.27

70.03
70.35
70.71
71.05
71.42
71.77
72.12
72.47
72.83
73.17
73.52
73.89
74.26
74.62
75.00
75.37
75.75
76.13
76 51
76.51
76.89
77.27
77.66
78.04
78.44
78.83
79.22
79.61
80.02
80.41
80.82
81.22

73.52
73.89
74.26
74.62
75.00
75.37
75.75
76.13
76.51
76.89
77.27
77.66
78.04
78.44
78.83
79.22
79.61
80.02
80 41
80.41
80.82
81.22
81.63
82.03
82.44
82.86
83.26
83.68
84.10
84.52
84.92
85.37

77.27
77.66
78.04
78.44
78.83
79.22
79.61
80.02
80.41
80.82
81.22
81.63
82.03
82.44
82.86
83.26
83.68
84.10
84 52
84.52
84.95
85.37
85.80
86.21
86.64
87.09
87.52
87.95
88.39
88.84
89.28
89.72

5,081.15
5,105.46
5,130.81
5,155.13
5,182.50
5,207.84
5,233.15
5,258.49
5,284.83
5,309.17
5,334.50
5,360.84
5,387.18
5,413.54
5,441.92
5,468.26
5,494.62
5,521.97
5 549 34
5,549.34
5,574.67
5,602.03
5,628.38
5,656.75
5,684.12
5,713.50
5,741.88
5,769.24
5,797.60
5,826.01
5,853.35
5,881.74

5,334.50
5,360.84
5,387.18
5,413.54
5,441.92
5,468.26
5,494.62
5,521.97
5,549.34
5,574.67
5,602.03
5,628.38
5,656.75
5,684.12
5,713.50
5,741.88
5,769.24
5,797.60
5 826 01
5,826.01
5,853.35
5,881.74
5,911.12
5,940.49
5,969.90
6,000.30
6,029.69
6,060.10
6,090.49
6,120.89
6,151.29
6,181.68

5,602.03
5,628.38
5,656.75
5,684.12
5,713.50
5,741.88
5,769.24
5,797.60
5,826.01
5,853.35
5,881.74
5,911.12
5,940.49
5,969.90
6,000.30
6,029.69
6,060.10
6,090.49
6 120 89
6,120.89
6,151.29
6,181.68
6,213.10
6,243.50
6,274.92
6,306.34
6,337.77
6,369.18
6,401.60
6,433.01
6,465.43
6,497.87

5,881.74
5,911.12
5,940.49
5,969.90
6,000.30
6,029.69
6,060.10
6,090.49
6,120.89
6,151.29
6,181.68
6,213.10
6,243.50
6,274.92
6,306.34
6,337.77
6,369.18
6,401.60
6 433 01
6,433.01
6,465.43
6,497.87
6,530.29
6,562.73
6,595.16
6,628.58
6,661.02
6,694.46
6,727.92
6,761.35
6,793.78
6,829.25

Bi-Weekly Rates

6,181.68
6,213.10
6,243.50
6,274.92
6,306.34
6,337.77
6,369.18
6,401.60
6,433.01
6,465.43
6,497.87
6,530.29
6,562.73
6,595.16
6,628.58
6,661.02
6,694.46
6,727.92
6 761 35
6,761.35
6,795.80
6,829.25
6,863.70
6,897.14
6,931.59
6,967.06
7,001.53
7,035.97
7,071.45
7,106.91
7,142.39
7,177.84

11,009.16
11,061.83
11,116.76
11,169.45
11,228.75
11,283.65
11,338.49
11,393.40
11,450.47
11,503.20
11,558.08
11,615.15
11,672.22
11,729.34
11,790.83
11,847.90
11,905.01
11,964.27
12 023 57
12,023.57
12,078.45
12,137.73
12,194.82
12,256.29
12,315.59
12,379.25
12,440.74
12,500.02
12,561.47
12,623.02
12,682.26
12,743.77

13,393.64
13,461.72
13,527.58
13,595.66
13,663.74
13,731.84
13,799.89
13,870.13
13,938.19
14,008.43
14,078.72
14,148.96
14,219.25
14,289.51
14,361.92
14,432.21
14,504.66
14,577.16
14 649 59
14,649.59
14,724.23
14,796.71
14,871.35
14,943.80
15,018.45
15,095.30
15,169.98
15,244.60
15,321.48
15,398.31
15,475.18
15,551.99

Monthly Rates

ThetableamountsareapproximatependingfinalcalculationwithinSAP.IfthereisadiscrepancybetweenthislistingandthedatainSAP,thedatainSAP
willbeconsideredcorrect.

A522
A523
A524
A525
A526
A527
A528
A529
A530
A531
A532
A533
A534
A535
A536
A537
A538
A539
A540
A541
A542
A543
A544
A545
A546
A547
A548
A549
A550
A551
A552

Hourly Rates

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SalaryTableforAFSCMEJobClassifications
EffectiveJune2014

64

73.89
74.26
74.62
75.00
75.37

77.66
78.04
78.44
78.83
79.22

81.63
82.03
82.44
82.86
83.26

85.80
86.21
86.64
87.09
87.52

90.17
90.62
91.08
91.52
91.99

5,911.12
5,940.49
5,969.90
6,000.30
6,029.69

6,213.10
6,243.50
6,274.92
6,306.34
6,337.77

6,530.29
6,562.73
6,595.16
6,628.58
6,661.02

6,863.70
6,897.14
6,931.59
6,967.06
7,001.53

Bi-Weekly Rates

7,213.34
7,249.82
7,286.29
7,321.76
7,359.26

12,807.43
12,871.06
12,934.78
13,000.65
13,064.33

15,628.90
15,707.94
15,786.96
15,863.81
15,945.06

Monthly Rates

ThetableamountsareapproximatependingfinalcalculationwithinSAP.IfthereisadiscrepancybetweenthislistingandthedatainSAP,thedatainSAP
willbeconsideredcorrect.

A553
A554
A555
A556
A557

Hourly Rates

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SalaryTableforAFSCMEJobClassifications
EffectiveJune2014

65

26.38
26.51
26.64
26.77
26.90
27.03
27.16
27.30
27.43
27.57
27.71
27.84
27.99
28.12
28.26
28.39
28.52
28.67
28.81
28.95
29.10
29.24
29.38
29.53
29.67
29.81
29.96
30.10
30.24
30.40
30.56

A336
A337
A338
A339
A340
A341
A342
A343
A344
A345
A346
A347
A348
A349
A350
A351
A352
A353
A354
A355
A356
A357
A358
A359
A360
A361
A362
A363
A364
A365
A366

27.71
27.84
27.99
28.12
28.26
28.39
28.52
28.67
28.81
28.95
29.10
29.24
29.38
29.53
29.67
29.81
29.96
30.10
30.24
30.40
30.56
30.70
30.86
31.00
31.16
31.30
31.44
31.60
31.76
31.91
32.08

29.10
29.24
29.38
29.53
29.67
29.81
29.96
30.10
30.24
30.40
30.56
30.70
30.86
31.00
31.16
31.30
31.44
31.60
31.76
31.91
32.08
32.24
32.40
32.55
32.71
32.87
33.02
33.18
33.35
33.51
33.69

Step 3

Hourly Rates

Step 2

30.56
30.70
30.86
31.00
31.16
31.30
31.44
31.60
31.76
31.91
32.08
32.24
32.40
32.55
32.71
32.87
33.02
33.18
33.35
33.51
33.69
33.86
34.01
34.18
34.35
34.51
34.68
34.85
35.02
35.19
35.38

Step 4

32.08
32.24
32.40
32.55
32.71
32.87
33.02
33.18
33.35
33.51
33.69
33.86
34.01
34.18
34.35
34.51
34.68
34.85
35.02
35.19
35.38
35.55
35.72
35.91
36.08
36.25
36.43
36.60
36.78
36.96
37.16

Step 5

2,110.54
2,120.99
2,131.43
2,141.87
2,152.30
2,162.75
2,173.19
2,183.61
2,194.05
2,205.54
2,217.01
2,227.45
2,238.94
2,249.39
2,260.85
2,271.30
2,281.74
2,293.21
2,304.69
2,316.19
2,327.66
2,339.14
2,350.65
2,362.11
2,373.59
2,385.07
2,396.55
2,408.04
2,419.51
2,432.05
2,444.56

2,217.01
2,227.45
2,238.94
2,249.39
2,260.85
2,271.30
2,281.74
2,293.21
2,304.69
2,316.19
2,327.66
2,339.14
2,350.65
2,362.11
2,373.59
2,385.07
2,396.55
2,408.04
2,419.51
2,432.05
2,444.56
2,456.06
2,468.57
2,480.04
2,492.57
2,504.05
2,515.55
2,528.07
2,540.60
2,553.12
2,566.70

2,327.66
2,339.14
2,350.65
2,362.11
2,373.59
2,385.07
2,396.55
2,408.04
2,419.51
2,432.05
2,444.56
2,456.06
2,468.57
2,480.04
2,492.57
2,504.05
2,515.55
2,528.07
2,540.60
2,553.12
2,566.70
2,579.20
2,591.74
2,604.26
2,616.80
2,629.32
2,641.85
2,654.36
2,667.93
2,680.46
2,695.08

2,444.56
2,456.06
2,468.57
2,480.04
2,492.57
2,504.05
2,515.55
2,528.07
2,540.60
2,553.12
2,566.70
2,579.20
2,591.74
2,604.26
2,616.80
2,629.32
2,641.85
2,654.36
2,667.93
2,680.46
2,695.08
2,708.66
2,721.18
2,734.74
2,748.30
2,760.84
2,774.41
2,787.97
2,801.54
2,815.13
2,830.78

Bi-Weekly Rates

2,566.70
2,579.20
2,591.74
2,604.26
2,616.80
2,629.32
2,641.85
2,654.36
2,667.93
2,680.46
2,695.08
2,708.66
2,721.18
2,734.74
2,748.30
2,760.84
2,774.41
2,787.97
2,801.54
2,815.13
2,830.78
2,844.33
2,857.91
2,872.54
2,886.09
2,899.67
2,914.28
2,927.84
2,942.47
2,957.05
2,972.71

4,572.84
4,595.48
4,618.10
4,640.72
4,663.32
4,685.96
4,708.58
4,731.16
4,753.78
4,778.67
4,803.52
4,826.14
4,851.04
4,873.68
4,898.51
4,921.15
4,943.77
4,968.62
4,993.50
5,018.41
5,043.26
5,068.14
5,093.08
5,117.91
5,142.78
5,167.65
5,192.53
5,217.42
5,242.27
5,269.44
5,296.55

5,561.18
5,588.27
5,615.44
5,642.56
5,669.73
5,696.86
5,724.01
5,751.11
5,780.52
5,807.66
5,839.34
5,868.76
5,895.89
5,925.27
5,954.65
5,981.82
6,011.22
6,040.60
6,070.00
6,099.45
6,133.36
6,162.72
6,192.14
6,223.84
6,253.20
6,282.62
6,314.27
6,343.65
6,375.35
6,406.94
6,440.87

Step 5

Monthly Rates
Step 1

ThetableamountsareapproximatependingfinalcalculationwithinSAP.IfthereisadiscrepancybetweenthislistingandthedatainSAP,thedatainSAP
willbeconsideredcorrect.

Step 1

Grade

AppendixC
SalaryTableforAFSCMEJobClassifications
EffectiveJune2015

66

30.70
30.86
31.00
31.16
31.30
31.44
31.60
31.76
31.91
32.08
32.24
32.40
32.55
32.71
32.87
33.02
33.18
33.35
33 51
33.51
33.69
33.86
34.01
34.18
34.35
34.51
34.68
34.85
35.02
35.19
35.38
35.55

32.24
32.40
32.55
32.71
32.87
33.02
33.18
33.35
33.51
33.69
33.86
34.01
34.18
34.35
34.51
34.68
34.85
35.02
35 19
35.19
35.38
35.55
35.72
35.91
36.08
36.25
36.43
36.60
36.78
36.96
37.16
37.34

33.86
34.01
34.18
34.35
34.51
34.68
34.85
35.02
35.19
35.38
35.55
35.72
35.91
36.08
36.25
36.43
36.60
36.78
36 96
36.96
37.16
37.34
37.52
37.71
37.89
38.06
38.24
38.44
38.62
38.82
39.01
39.19

35.55
35.72
35.91
36.08
36.25
36.43
36.60
36.78
36.96
37.16
37.34
37.52
37.71
37.89
38.06
38.24
38.44
38.62
38 82
38.82
39.01
39.19
39.39
39.59
39.78
39.95
40.15
40.34
40.55
40.75
40.96
41.15

37.34
37.52
37.71
37.89
38.06
38.24
38.44
38.62
38.82
39.01
39.19
39.39
39.59
39.78
39.95
40.15
40.34
40.55
40 75
40.75
40.96
41.15
41.35
41.56
41.75
41.95
42.16
42.37
42.57
42.78
42.99
43.20

2,456.06
2,468.57
2,480.04
2,492.57
2,504.05
2,515.55
2,528.07
2,540.60
2,553.12
2,566.70
2,579.20
2,591.74
2,604.26
2,616.80
2,629.32
2,641.85
2,654.36
2,667.93
2 680 46
2,680.46
2,695.08
2,708.66
2,721.18
2,734.74
2,748.30
2,760.84
2,774.41
2,787.97
2,801.54
2,815.13
2,830.78
2,844.33

2,579.20
2,591.74
2,604.26
2,616.80
2,629.32
2,641.85
2,654.36
2,667.93
2,680.46
2,695.08
2,708.66
2,721.18
2,734.74
2,748.30
2,760.84
2,774.41
2,787.97
2,801.54
2 815 13
2,815.13
2,830.78
2,844.33
2,857.91
2,872.54
2,886.09
2,899.67
2,914.28
2,927.84
2,942.47
2,957.05
2,972.71
2,987.36

2,708.66
2,721.18
2,734.74
2,748.30
2,760.84
2,774.41
2,787.97
2,801.54
2,815.13
2,830.78
2,844.33
2,857.91
2,872.54
2,886.09
2,899.67
2,914.28
2,927.84
2,942.47
2 957 05
2,957.05
2,972.71
2,987.36
3,001.96
3,016.57
3,031.18
3,044.75
3,059.36
3,075.02
3,089.62
3,105.27
3,120.93
3,135.56

2,844.33
2,857.91
2,872.54
2,886.09
2,899.67
2,914.28
2,927.84
2,942.47
2,957.05
2,972.71
2,987.36
3,001.96
3,016.57
3,031.18
3,044.75
3,059.36
3,075.02
3,089.62
3 105 27
3,105.27
3,120.93
3,135.56
3,151.21
3,166.87
3,182.54
3,196.10
3,211.75
3,227.41
3,244.10
3,259.76
3,276.46
3,292.12

Bi-Weekly Rates

2,987.36
3,001.96
3,016.57
3,031.18
3,044.75
3,059.36
3,075.02
3,089.62
3,105.27
3,120.93
3,135.56
3,151.21
3,166.87
3,182.54
3,196.10
3,211.75
3,227.41
3,244.10
3 259 76
3,259.76
3,276.46
3,292.12
3,307.79
3,324.47
3,340.14
3,355.78
3,372.49
3,389.22
3,405.90
3,422.61
3,439.29
3,456.00

5,321.46
5,348.57
5,373.42
5,400.57
5,425.44
5,450.36
5,477.49
5,504.63
5,531.76
5,561.18
5,588.27
5,615.44
5,642.56
5,669.73
5,696.86
5,724.01
5,751.11
5,780.52
5 807 66
5,807.66
5,839.34
5,868.76
5,895.89
5,925.27
5,954.65
5,981.82
6,011.22
6,040.60
6,070.00
6,099.45
6,133.36
6,162.72

6,472.61
6,504.25
6,535.90
6,567.56
6,596.96
6,628.61
6,662.54
6,694.18
6,728.09
6,762.02
6,793.71
6,827.62
6,861.55
6,895.50
6,924.88
6,958.79
6,992.72
7,028.88
7 062 81
7,062.81
7,099.00
7,132.93
7,166.88
7,203.02
7,236.97
7,270.86
7,307.06
7,343.31
7,379.45
7,415.66
7,451.80
7,488.00

Monthly Rates

ThetableamountsareapproximatependingfinalcalculationwithinSAP.IfthereisadiscrepancybetweenthislistingandthedatainSAP,thedatainSAP
willbeconsideredcorrect.

A367
A368
A369
A370
A371
A372
A373
A374
A375
A376
A377
A378
A379
A380
A381
A382
A383
A384
A385
A386
A387
A388
A389
A390
A391
A392
A393
A394
A395
A396
A397

Hourly Rates

AppendixC
SalaryTableforAFSCMEJobClassifications
EffectiveJune2015

67

35.72
35.91
36.08
36.25
36.43
36.60
36.78
36.96
37.16
37.34
37.52
37.71
37.89
38.06
38.24
38.44
38.62
38.82
39 01
39.01
39.19
39.39
39.59
39.78
39.95
40.15
40.34
40.55
40.75
40.96
41.15
41.35

37.52
37.71
37.89
38.06
38.24
38.44
38.62
38.82
39.01
39.19
39.39
39.59
39.78
39.95
40.15
40.34
40.55
40.75
40 96
40.96
41.15
41.35
41.56
41.75
41.95
42.16
42.37
42.57
42.78
42.99
43.20
43.42

39.39
39.59
39.78
39.95
40.15
40.34
40.55
40.75
40.96
41.15
41.35
41.56
41.75
41.95
42.16
42.37
42.57
42.78
42 99
42.99
43.20
43.42
43.63
43.84
44.04
44.26
44.48
44.69
44.91
45.14
45.37
45.59

41.35
41.56
41.75
41.95
42.16
42.37
42.57
42.78
42.99
43.20
43.42
43.63
43.84
44.04
44.26
44.48
44.69
44.91
45 14
45.14
45.37
45.59
45.81
46.03
46.25
46.47
46.70
46.92
47.15
47.40
47.64
47.87

43.42
43.63
43.84
44.04
44.26
44.48
44.69
44.91
45.14
45.37
45.59
45.81
46.03
46.25
46.47
46.70
46.92
47.15
47 40
47.40
47.64
47.87
48.11
48.34
48.56
48.81
49.05
49.28
49.53
49.79
50.02
50.27

2,857.91
2,872.54
2,886.09
2,899.67
2,914.28
2,927.84
2,942.47
2,957.05
2,972.71
2,987.36
3,001.96
3,016.57
3,031.18
3,044.75
3,059.36
3,075.02
3,089.62
3,105.27
3 120 93
3,120.93
3,135.56
3,151.21
3,166.87
3,182.54
3,196.10
3,211.75
3,227.41
3,244.10
3,259.76
3,276.46
3,292.12
3,307.79

3,001.96
3,016.57
3,031.18
3,044.75
3,059.36
3,075.02
3,089.62
3,105.27
3,120.93
3,135.56
3,151.21
3,166.87
3,182.54
3,196.10
3,211.75
3,227.41
3,244.10
3,259.76
3 276 46
3,276.46
3,292.12
3,307.79
3,324.47
3,340.14
3,355.78
3,372.49
3,389.22
3,405.90
3,422.61
3,439.29
3,456.00
3,473.75

3,151.21
3,166.87
3,182.54
3,196.10
3,211.75
3,227.41
3,244.10
3,259.76
3,276.46
3,292.12
3,307.79
3,324.47
3,340.14
3,355.78
3,372.49
3,389.22
3,405.90
3,422.61
3 439 29
3,439.29
3,456.00
3,473.75
3,490.45
3,507.15
3,522.82
3,540.54
3,558.30
3,575.00
3,592.75
3,611.52
3,629.29
3,647.02

3,307.79
3,324.47
3,340.14
3,355.78
3,372.49
3,389.22
3,405.90
3,422.61
3,439.29
3,456.00
3,473.75
3,490.45
3,507.15
3,522.82
3,540.54
3,558.30
3,575.00
3,592.75
3 611 52
3,611.52
3,629.29
3,647.02
3,664.74
3,682.51
3,700.25
3,717.99
3,735.74
3,753.47
3,772.28
3,792.10
3,810.89
3,829.69

Bi-Weekly Rates

3,473.75
3,490.45
3,507.15
3,522.82
3,540.54
3,558.30
3,575.00
3,592.75
3,611.52
3,629.29
3,647.02
3,664.74
3,682.51
3,700.25
3,717.99
3,735.74
3,753.47
3,772.28
3 792 10
3,792.10
3,810.89
3,829.69
3,848.47
3,867.26
3,885.01
3,904.82
3,923.62
3,942.42
3,962.23
3,983.10
4,001.92
4,021.74

6,192.14
6,223.84
6,253.20
6,282.62
6,314.27
6,343.65
6,375.35
6,406.94
6,440.87
6,472.61
6,504.25
6,535.90
6,567.56
6,596.96
6,628.61
6,662.54
6,694.18
6,728.09
6 762 02
6,762.02
6,793.71
6,827.62
6,861.55
6,895.50
6,924.88
6,958.79
6,992.72
7,028.88
7,062.81
7,099.00
7,132.93
7,166.88

7,526.46
7,562.64
7,598.83
7,632.78
7,671.17
7,709.65
7,745.83
7,784.29
7,824.96
7,863.46
7,901.88
7,940.27
7,978.77
8,017.21
8,055.65
8,094.10
8,132.52
8,173.27
8 216 22
8,216.22
8,256.93
8,297.66
8,338.35
8,379.06
8,417.52
8,460.44
8,501.18
8,541.91
8,584.83
8,630.05
8,670.83
8,713.77

Monthly Rates

ThetableamountsareapproximatependingfinalcalculationwithinSAP.IfthereisadiscrepancybetweenthislistingandthedatainSAP,thedatainSAP
willbeconsideredcorrect.

A398
A399
A400
A401
A402
A403
A404
A405
A406
A407
A408
A409
A410
A411
A412
A413
A414
A415
A416
A417
A418
A419
A420
A421
A422
A423
A424
A425
A426
A427
A428

Hourly Rates

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SalaryTableforAFSCMEJobClassifications
EffectiveJune2015

68

41.56
41.76
41.95
42.16
42.37
42.57
42.78
42.99
43.20
43.42
43.63
43.84
44.04
44.26
44.48
44.69
44.91
45.14
45 37
45.37
45.59
45.81
46.03
46.25
46.47
46.70
46.92
47.15
47.40
47.64
47.87
48.11

43.63
43.84
44.04
44.26
44.48
44.69
44.91
45.14
45.37
45.59
45.81
46.03
46.25
46.47
46.70
46.92
47.15
47.40
47 64
47.64
47.87
48.11
48.34
48.56
48.81
49.05
49.28
49.53
49.79
50.02
50.27
50.52

45.81
46.03
46.25
46.47
46.70
46.92
47.15
47.40
47.64
47.87
48.11
48.34
48.56
48.81
49.05
49.28
49.53
49.79
50 02
50.02
50.27
50.52
50.75
51.00
51.25
51.50
51.76
52.01
52.28
52.53
52.79
53.05

48.11
48.34
48.56
48.81
49.05
49.28
49.53
49.79
50.02
50.27
50.52
50.75
51.00
51.25
51.50
51.76
52.01
52.28
52 53
52.53
52.79
53.05
53.31
53.55
53.81
54.08
54.34
54.60
54.89
55.16
55.43
55.70

50.52
50.75
51.00
51.25
51.50
51.76
52.01
52.28
52.53
52.79
53.05
53.31
53.55
53.81
54.08
54.34
54.60
54.89
55 16
55.16
55.43
55.70
55.97
56.23
56.51
56.78
57.06
57.34
57.64
57.92
58.20
58.49

3,324.47
3,341.19
3,355.78
3,372.49
3,389.22
3,405.90
3,422.61
3,439.29
3,456.00
3,473.75
3,490.45
3,507.15
3,522.82
3,540.54
3,558.30
3,575.00
3,592.75
3,611.52
3 629 29
3,629.29
3,647.02
3,664.74
3,682.51
3,700.25
3,717.99
3,735.74
3,753.47
3,772.28
3,792.10
3,810.89
3,829.69
3,848.47

3,490.45
3,507.15
3,522.82
3,540.54
3,558.30
3,575.00
3,592.75
3,611.52
3,629.29
3,647.02
3,664.74
3,682.51
3,700.25
3,717.99
3,735.74
3,753.47
3,772.28
3,792.10
3 810 89
3,810.89
3,829.69
3,848.47
3,867.26
3,885.01
3,904.82
3,923.62
3,942.42
3,962.23
3,983.10
4,001.92
4,021.74
4,041.59

3,664.74
3,682.51
3,700.25
3,717.99
3,735.74
3,753.47
3,772.28
3,792.10
3,810.89
3,829.69
3,848.47
3,867.26
3,885.01
3,904.82
3,923.62
3,942.42
3,962.23
3,983.10
4 001 92
4,001.92
4,021.74
4,041.59
4,060.36
4,080.20
4,100.01
4,119.86
4,140.72
4,160.54
4,182.49
4,202.30
4,223.19
4,244.05

3,848.47
3,867.26
3,885.01
3,904.82
3,923.62
3,942.42
3,962.23
3,983.10
4,001.92
4,021.74
4,041.59
4,060.36
4,080.20
4,100.01
4,119.86
4,140.72
4,160.54
4,182.49
4 202 30
4,202.30
4,223.19
4,244.05
4,264.94
4,283.75
4,304.63
4,326.52
4,347.40
4,368.28
4,391.26
4,413.15
4,434.05
4,455.94

Bi-Weekly Rates

4,041.59
4,060.36
4,080.20
4,100.01
4,119.86
4,140.72
4,160.54
4,182.49
4,202.30
4,223.19
4,244.05
4,264.94
4,283.75
4,304.63
4,326.52
4,347.40
4,368.28
4,391.26
4 413 15
4,413.15
4,434.05
4,455.94
4,477.89
4,498.75
4,520.66
4,542.58
4,564.51
4,587.48
4,611.47
4,633.39
4,656.36
4,679.33

7,203.02
7,239.25
7,270.86
7,307.06
7,343.31
7,379.45
7,415.66
7,451.80
7,488.00
7,526.46
7,562.64
7,598.83
7,632.78
7,671.17
7,709.65
7,745.83
7,784.29
7,824.96
7 863 46
7,863.46
7,901.88
7,940.27
7,978.77
8,017.21
8,055.65
8,094.10
8,132.52
8,173.27
8,216.22
8,256.93
8,297.66
8,338.35

8,756.78
8,797.45
8,840.43
8,883.36
8,926.36
8,971.56
9,014.50
9,062.06
9,104.98
9,150.25
9,195.44
9,240.70
9,281.46
9,326.70
9,374.13
9,419.37
9,464.61
9,514.40
9 561 83
9,561.83
9,607.11
9,654.54
9,702.10
9,747.29
9,794.76
9,842.26
9,889.77
9,939.54
9,991.52
10,039.01
10,088.78
10,138.55

Monthly Rates

ThetableamountsareapproximatependingfinalcalculationwithinSAP.IfthereisadiscrepancybetweenthislistingandthedatainSAP,thedatainSAP
willbeconsideredcorrect.

A429
A430
A431
A432
A433
A434
A435
A436
A437
A438
A439
A440
A441
A442
A443
A444
A445
A446
A447
A448
A449
A450
A451
A452
A453
A454
A455
A456
A457
A458
A459

Hourly Rates

AppendixC
SalaryTableforAFSCMEJobClassifications
EffectiveJune2015

69

48.34
48.56
48.81
49.05
49.28
49.53
49.79
50.02
50.27
50.52
50.75
51.00
51.25
51.50
51.76
52.01
52.28
52.53
52 79
52.79
53.05
53.31
53.55
53.81
54.08
54.34
54.60
54.89
55.16
55.43
55.70
55.97

50.75
51.00
51.25
51.50
51.76
52.01
52.28
52.53
52.79
53.05
53.31
53.55
53.81
54.08
54.34
54.60
54.89
55.16
55 43
55.43
55.70
55.97
56.23
56.51
56.78
57.06
57.34
57.64
57.92
58.20
58.49
58.78

53.31
53.55
53.81
54.08
54.34
54.60
54.89
55.16
55.43
55.70
55.97
56.23
56.51
56.78
57.06
57.34
57.64
57.92
58 20
58.20
58.49
58.78
59.04
59.33
59.63
59.91
60.20
60.51
60.81
61.11
61.41
61.71

55.97
56.23
56.51
56.78
57.06
57.34
57.64
57.92
58.20
58.49
58.78
59.04
59.33
59.63
59.91
60.20
60.51
60.81
61 11
61.11
61.41
61.71
61.99
62.30
62.60
62.91
63.21
63.54
63.85
64.17
64.48
64.79

58.78
59.04
59.33
59.63
59.91
60.20
60.51
60.81
61.11
61.41
61.71
61.99
62.30
62.60
62.91
63.21
63.54
63.85
64 17
64.17
64.48
64.79
65.09
65.42
65.73
66.06
66.37
66.72
67.05
67.38
67.70
68.04

3,867.26
3,885.01
3,904.82
3,923.62
3,942.42
3,962.23
3,983.10
4,001.92
4,021.74
4,041.59
4,060.36
4,080.20
4,100.01
4,119.86
4,140.72
4,160.54
4,182.49
4,202.30
4 223 19
4,223.19
4,244.05
4,264.94
4,283.75
4,304.63
4,326.52
4,347.40
4,368.28
4,391.26
4,413.15
4,434.05
4,455.94
4,477.89

4,060.36
4,080.20
4,100.01
4,119.86
4,140.72
4,160.54
4,182.49
4,202.30
4,223.19
4,244.05
4,264.94
4,283.75
4,304.63
4,326.52
4,347.40
4,368.28
4,391.26
4,413.15
4 434 05
4,434.05
4,455.94
4,477.89
4,498.75
4,520.66
4,542.58
4,564.51
4,587.48
4,611.47
4,633.39
4,656.36
4,679.33
4,702.29

4,264.94
4,283.75
4,304.63
4,326.52
4,347.40
4,368.28
4,391.26
4,413.15
4,434.05
4,455.94
4,477.89
4,498.75
4,520.66
4,542.58
4,564.51
4,587.48
4,611.47
4,633.39
4 656 36
4,656.36
4,679.33
4,702.29
4,723.17
4,746.14
4,770.14
4,793.11
4,816.07
4,841.11
4,865.13
4,889.13
4,913.14
4,937.15

4,477.89
4,498.75
4,520.66
4,542.58
4,564.51
4,587.48
4,611.47
4,633.39
4,656.36
4,679.33
4,702.29
4,723.17
4,746.14
4,770.14
4,793.11
4,816.07
4,841.11
4,865.13
4 889 13
4,889.13
4,913.14
4,937.15
4,959.05
4,984.12
5,008.13
5,033.18
5,057.19
5,083.28
5,108.35
5,133.37
5,158.44
5,183.49

Bi-Weekly Rates

4,702.29
4,723.17
4,746.14
4,770.14
4,793.11
4,816.07
4,841.11
4,865.13
4,889.13
4,913.14
4,937.15
4,959.05
4,984.12
5,008.13
5,033.18
5,057.19
5,083.28
5,108.35
5 133 37
5,133.37
5,158.44
5,183.49
5,207.49
5,233.58
5,258.62
5,284.73
5,309.78
5,337.98
5,364.08
5,390.14
5,416.24
5,443.37

8,379.06
8,417.52
8,460.44
8,501.18
8,541.91
8,584.83
8,630.05
8,670.83
8,713.77
8,756.78
8,797.45
8,840.43
8,883.36
8,926.36
8,971.56
9,014.50
9,062.06
9,104.98
9 150 25
9,150.25
9,195.44
9,240.70
9,281.46
9,326.70
9,374.13
9,419.37
9,464.61
9,514.40
9,561.83
9,607.11
9,654.54
9,702.10

10,188.30
10,233.54
10,283.30
10,335.30
10,385.07
10,434.82
10,489.07
10,541.12
10,593.12
10,645.14
10,697.16
10,744.61
10,798.93
10,850.95
10,905.22
10,957.25
11,013.77
11,068.09
11 122 30
11,122.30
11,176.62
11,230.90
11,282.90
11,339.42
11,393.68
11,450.25
11,504.52
11,565.62
11,622.17
11,678.64
11,735.19
11,793.97

Monthly Rates

ThetableamountsareapproximatependingfinalcalculationwithinSAP.IfthereisadiscrepancybetweenthislistingandthedatainSAP,thedatainSAP
willbeconsideredcorrect.

A460
A461
A462
A463
A464
A465
A466
A467
A468
A469
A470
A471
A472
A473
A474
A475
A476
A477
A478
A479
A480
A481
A482
A483
A484
A485
A486
A487
A488
A489
A490

Hourly Rates

AppendixC
SalaryTableforAFSCMEJobClassifications
EffectiveJune2015

70

56.23
56.51
56.78
57.06
57.34
57.64
57.92
58.20
58.49
58.78
59.04
59.33
59.63
59.91
60.20
60.51
60.81
61.11
61 41
61.41
61.71
61.99
62.30
62.60
62.91
63.21
63.54
63.85
64.17
64.48
64.79
65.09

59.04
59.33
59.63
59.91
60.20
60.51
60.81
61.11
61.41
61.71
61.99
62.30
62.60
62.91
63.21
63.54
63.85
64.17
64 48
64.48
64.79
65.09
65.42
65.73
66.06
66.37
66.72
67.05
67.38
67.70
68.04
68.36

61.99
62.30
62.60
62.91
63.21
63.54
63.85
64.17
64.48
64.79
65.09
65.42
65.73
66.06
66.37
66.72
67.05
67.38
67 70
67.70
68.04
68.36
68.68
69.02
69.36
69.70
70.06
70.40
70.74
71.10
71.45
71.77

65.09
65.42
65.73
66.06
66.37
66.72
67.05
67.38
67.70
68.04
68.36
68.68
69.02
69.36
69.70
70.06
70.40
70.74
71 10
71.10
71.45
71.77
72.13
72.47
72.83
73.18
73.56
73.93
74.28
74.64
75.01
75.36

68.36
68.68
69.02
69.36
69.70
70.06
70.40
70.74
71.10
71.45
71.77
72.13
72.47
72.83
73.18
73.56
73.93
74.28
74 64
74.64
75.01
75.36
75.73
76.11
76.48
76.86
77.25
77.63
78.02
78.42
78.81
79.20

4,498.75
4,520.66
4,542.58
4,564.51
4,587.48
4,611.47
4,633.39
4,656.36
4,679.33
4,702.29
4,723.17
4,746.14
4,770.14
4,793.11
4,816.07
4,841.11
4,865.13
4,889.13
4 913 14
4,913.14
4,937.15
4,959.05
4,984.12
5,008.13
5,033.18
5,057.19
5,083.28
5,108.35
5,133.37
5,158.44
5,183.49
5,207.49

4,723.17
4,746.14
4,770.14
4,793.11
4,816.07
4,841.11
4,865.13
4,889.13
4,913.14
4,937.15
4,959.05
4,984.12
5,008.13
5,033.18
5,057.19
5,083.28
5,108.35
5,133.37
5 158 44
5,158.44
5,183.49
5,207.49
5,233.58
5,258.62
5,284.73
5,309.78
5,337.98
5,364.08
5,390.14
5,416.24
5,443.37
5,468.45

4,959.05
4,984.12
5,008.13
5,033.18
5,057.19
5,083.28
5,108.35
5,133.37
5,158.44
5,183.49
5,207.49
5,233.58
5,258.62
5,284.73
5,309.78
5,337.98
5,364.08
5,390.14
5 416 24
5,416.24
5,443.37
5,468.45
5,494.54
5,521.67
5,548.80
5,575.95
5,605.18
5,632.31
5,659.46
5,687.63
5,715.82
5,741.91

5,207.49
5,233.58
5,258.62
5,284.73
5,309.78
5,337.98
5,364.08
5,390.14
5,416.24
5,443.37
5,468.45
5,494.54
5,521.67
5,548.80
5,575.95
5,605.18
5,632.31
5,659.46
5 687 63
5,687.63
5,715.82
5,741.91
5,770.09
5,797.23
5,826.45
5,854.64
5,884.91
5,914.14
5,942.32
5,971.53
6,000.79
6,028.95

Bi-Weekly Rates

5,468.45
5,494.54
5,521.67
5,548.80
5,575.95
5,605.18
5,632.31
5,659.46
5,687.63
5,715.82
5,741.91
5,770.09
5,797.23
5,826.45
5,854.64
5,884.91
5,914.14
5,942.32
5 971 53
5,971.53
6,000.79
6,028.95
6,058.19
6,088.45
6,118.70
6,149.00
6,180.31
6,210.58
6,241.90
6,273.20
6,304.52
6,335.83

9,747.29
9,794.76
9,842.26
9,889.77
9,939.54
9,991.52
10,039.01
10,088.78
10,138.55
10,188.30
10,233.54
10,283.30
10,335.30
10,385.07
10,434.82
10,489.07
10,541.12
10,593.12
10 645 14
10,645.14
10,697.16
10,744.61
10,798.93
10,850.95
10,905.22
10,957.25
11,013.77
11,068.09
11,122.30
11,176.62
11,230.90
11,282.90

11,848.31
11,904.84
11,963.62
12,022.40
12,081.23
12,144.56
12,203.34
12,262.16
12,323.20
12,384.28
12,440.81
12,501.86
12,560.67
12,623.98
12,685.05
12,750.64
12,813.97
12,875.03
12 938 32
12,938.32
13,001.71
13,062.73
13,126.08
13,191.64
13,257.18
13,322.83
13,390.67
13,456.26
13,524.12
13,591.93
13,659.79
13,727.63

Monthly Rates

ThetableamountsareapproximatependingfinalcalculationwithinSAP.IfthereisadiscrepancybetweenthislistingandthedatainSAP,thedatainSAP
willbeconsideredcorrect.

A491
A492
A493
A494
A495
A496
A497
A498
A499
A500
A501
A502
A503
A504
A505
A506
A507
A508
A509
A510
A511
A512
A513
A514
A515
A516
A517
A518
A519
A520
A521

Hourly Rates

AppendixC
SalaryTableforAFSCMEJobClassifications
EffectiveJune2015

71

65.42
65.73
66.06
66.37
66.72
67.05
67.38
67.70
68.04
68.36
68.68
69.02
69.36
69.70
70.06
70.40
70.74
71.10
71 45
71.45
71.77
72.13
72.47
72.83
73.18
73.56
73.93
74.28
74.64
75.01
75.36
75.73

68.68
69.02
69.36
69.70
70.06
70.40
70.74
71.10
71.45
71.77
72.13
72.47
72.83
73.18
73.56
73.93
74.28
74.64
75 01
75.01
75.36
75.73
76.11
76.48
76.86
77.25
77.63
78.02
78.42
78.81
79.20
79.59

72.13
72.47
72.83
73.18
73.56
73.93
74.28
74.64
75.01
75.36
75.73
76.11
76.48
76.86
77.25
77.63
78.02
78.42
78 81
78.81
79.20
79.59
79.99
80.39
80.79
81.19
81.60
82.00
82.42
82.83
83.24
83.66

75.73
76.11
76.48
76.86
77.25
77.63
78.02
78.42
78.81
79.20
79.59
79.99
80.39
80.79
81.19
81.60
82.00
82.42
82 83
82.83
83.24
83.66
84.08
84.50
84.91
85.34
85.76
86.19
86.62
87.05
87.47
87.93

79.59
79.99
80.39
80.79
81.19
81.60
82.00
82.42
82.83
83.24
83.66
84.08
84.50
84.91
85.34
85.76
86.19
86.62
87 05
87.05
87.50
87.93
88.37
88.80
89.24
89.70
90.14
90.59
91.04
91.50
91.96
92.41

5,233.58
5,258.62
5,284.73
5,309.78
5,337.98
5,364.08
5,390.14
5,416.24
5,443.37
5,468.45
5,494.54
5,521.67
5,548.80
5,575.95
5,605.18
5,632.31
5,659.46
5,687.63
5 715 82
5,715.82
5,741.91
5,770.09
5,797.23
5,826.45
5,854.64
5,884.91
5,914.14
5,942.32
5,971.53
6,000.79
6,028.95
6,058.19

5,494.54
5,521.67
5,548.80
5,575.95
5,605.18
5,632.31
5,659.46
5,687.63
5,715.82
5,741.91
5,770.09
5,797.23
5,826.45
5,854.64
5,884.91
5,914.14
5,942.32
5,971.53
6 000 79
6,000.79
6,028.95
6,058.19
6,088.45
6,118.70
6,149.00
6,180.31
6,210.58
6,241.90
6,273.20
6,304.52
6,335.83
6,367.13

5,770.09
5,797.23
5,826.45
5,854.64
5,884.91
5,914.14
5,942.32
5,971.53
6,000.79
6,028.95
6,058.19
6,088.45
6,118.70
6,149.00
6,180.31
6,210.58
6,241.90
6,273.20
6 304 52
6,304.52
6,335.83
6,367.13
6,399.49
6,430.81
6,463.17
6,495.53
6,527.90
6,560.26
6,593.65
6,626.00
6,659.39
6,692.81

6,058.19
6,088.45
6,118.70
6,149.00
6,180.31
6,210.58
6,241.90
6,273.20
6,304.52
6,335.83
6,367.13
6,399.49
6,430.81
6,463.17
6,495.53
6,527.90
6,560.26
6,593.65
6 626 00
6,626.00
6,659.39
6,692.81
6,726.20
6,759.61
6,793.01
6,827.44
6,860.85
6,895.29
6,929.76
6,964.19
6,997.59
7,034.13

Bi-Weekly Rates

6,367.13
6,399.49
6,430.81
6,463.17
6,495.53
6,527.90
6,560.26
6,593.65
6,626.00
6,659.39
6,692.81
6,726.20
6,759.61
6,793.01
6,827.44
6,860.85
6,895.29
6,929.76
6 964 19
6,964.19
6,999.67
7,034.13
7,069.61
7,104.05
7,139.54
7,176.07
7,211.58
7,247.05
7,283.59
7,320.12
7,356.66
7,393.18

11,339.42
11,393.68
11,450.25
11,504.52
11,565.62
11,622.17
11,678.64
11,735.19
11,793.97
11,848.31
11,904.84
11,963.62
12,022.40
12,081.23
12,144.56
12,203.34
12,262.16
12,323.20
12 384 28
12,384.28
12,440.81
12,501.86
12,560.67
12,623.98
12,685.05
12,750.64
12,813.97
12,875.03
12,938.32
13,001.71
13,062.73
13,126.08

13,795.45
13,865.56
13,933.42
14,003.54
14,073.65
14,143.78
14,213.90
14,286.24
14,356.33
14,428.68
14,501.09
14,573.43
14,645.82
14,718.19
14,792.79
14,865.18
14,939.80
15,014.48
15 089 08
15,089.08
15,165.95
15,240.62
15,317.49
15,392.11
15,469.00
15,548.15
15,625.09
15,701.94
15,781.11
15,860.26
15,939.43
16,018.56

Monthly Rates

ThetableamountsareapproximatependingfinalcalculationwithinSAP.IfthereisadiscrepancybetweenthislistingandthedatainSAP,thedatainSAP
willbeconsideredcorrect.

A522
A523
A524
A525
A526
A527
A528
A529
A530
A531
A532
A533
A534
A535
A536
A537
A538
A539
A540
A541
A542
A543
A544
A545
A546
A547
A548
A549
A550
A551
A552

Hourly Rates

AppendixC
SalaryTableforAFSCMEJobClassifications
EffectiveJune2015

72

76.11
76.48
76.86
77.25
77.63

79.99
80.39
80.79
81.19
81.60

84.08
84.50
84.91
85.34
85.76

88.37
88.80
89.24
89.70
90.14

92.87
93.34
93.81
94.27
94.75

6,088.45
6,118.70
6,149.00
6,180.31
6,210.58

6,399.49
6,430.81
6,463.17
6,495.53
6,527.90

6,726.20
6,759.61
6,793.01
6,827.44
6,860.85

7,069.61
7,104.05
7,139.54
7,176.07
7,211.58

Bi-Weekly Rates

7,429.74
7,467.31
7,504.88
7,541.41
7,580.04

13,191.64
13,257.18
13,322.83
13,390.67
13,456.26

16,097.77
16,179.17
16,260.57
16,339.72
16,423.42

Monthly Rates

ThetableamountsareapproximatependingfinalcalculationwithinSAP.IfthereisadiscrepancybetweenthislistingandthedatainSAP,thedatainSAP
willbeconsideredcorrect.

A553
A554
A555
A556
A557

Hourly Rates

AppendixC
SalaryTableforAFSCMEJobClassifications
EffectiveJune2015

Appendix D Classifications

Safety Shoes

ELIGIBLE FOR NEW SHOE VOUCHER


EVERY YEAR*

ELIGIBLE FOR NEW SHOE VOUCHER


UPON REQUEST NO MORE FREQUENTLY
THAN EVERY TWO (2) YEARS

Assistant Superintendent of Service Management


Facilities Maintenance Coordinator-Maintenance
Divisions and Bus Stop Maintenance
Light Rail Equipment Superintendent
Light Rail Power Supervisor
Light Rail Signal Supervisor
Light Rail Track Maintenance Supervisor
Light Rail Way, Power and Signal Superintendent
Maintenance Instructor- Bus
Maintenance Superintendent
Passenger Facilities and Wayside Maintenance
Supervisor
Transit Maintenance Supervisor Bus and Light
Rail
Transportation Supervisor

Communications System Manager


Environmental Health and Safety Supervisor

Vault Room Worker, Supervising/OSS


Vehicle Parts Supervisor

Warranty Coordinator

Facilities Maintenance Coordinator-River Oaks


Light Rail Technical Trainer
Light Rail Technical Trainer Supervisor
Maintenance Instructor-Light Rail
Material and Warranty Manager
Supervising Maintenance Instructor- Bus
Supervising Maintenance Instructor- Rail
Survey and Mapping Manager
Transit Safety Officer
Transit System Safety Supervisor

73

Appendix E
AFSCME Eligible Classifications
Rain Gear

Assistant Superintendent of Service Management


Light Rail Technical Trainer
Light Rail Technical Trainer Supervisor
Superintendent of Service Management
Transportation Supervisor

74

RETIREMENT HEALTH SAVINGS ACCOUNT


SIDE LETTER
The parties agree to consider the creation of a Retirement Health Savings Plan. The parties
will meet and discuss the details of creating the new plan. If AFSCME fails to implement the
required steps and/or fails to bring a valid proposal in writing to VTA prior to January 1,
2014, this Side-Letter will sunset on January 1, 2014.

75

SALARY REALIGNMENTS
SIDE LETTER

1.
2.
3.
4.
5.

Assistant Superintendent Service Management - 5% increase


Assistant Superintendent Transit Communications - 5% increase
Dispatcher Supervisor Reclass to Assistant Superintendent Service Management
Environmental Health and Safety Supervisor Reclass process
Transit Safety Officer Revising the class specification and increasing wage

The above realignments were negotiated during the 2013 VTA/AFSCME negotiations.

76

ALPHABETICAL INDEX
Subject
401(a) Money Purchase Plan

Article
13

Section
13.2

Page
25

Administrative Time Off


Advance Notice
Agency Shop
Alternate Work Week
Arbitrator Selection
Arbitrators Decision

11
6
3
16
21
21

11.3
6.1
3.1
16.2
21.5
21.6

13
5
1
26
31
32

Benefits Coverage
Benefits Programs
Bidding, Field/OCC Supervisor Shift (Sign-Up)
Bilingual Pay
Bulletin Boards

12
12
18
10
6

12.3
--10.2
6.2

19
16
27
11
5

Changes to Classes (aka: Classifications)


Charity Fee
Classification Specifications
Conflict of Interest
Continuous Dispute Resolution

19
3
6
7
21

19.5
3.2
6.8
-21.8

28
2
7
7
32

Demotions
Dental Benefits
Discipline and Discharge
Distribution (of materials)
Drivers License Fee Reimbursement

17
12
20
6
12

3
12.2.b
-6.3
12.8

27
19
29
5
22

6
5
5

6.6
5.2
5.2.a

6
3
3

Facility Use
Free Transportation

6
12

6.5
12.10

6
23

Grievance Defined
Grievance Presentation
Grievance Procedure
Grievance Procedure, continued
Grievance, Matters Excluded from Consideration
Grievance/Discipline Investigation
Grievance/Discipline Related Employee Release
Grievance/Discipline Related Release Time

21
21
21
21
21
5
5
5

21.1
21.4
-21.7
21.3
5.2.d
5.2.c
5.2.b

30
30
30
32
30
4
4
4

Health Benefits
Hours of Work

12
10

12.1
--

16
10

Employee Lists
Executive Board and Stewards
Executive Board and Stewards, Notification of

ALPHABETICAL INDEX
Subject
Integration of Pay

Article
Section
11
12.5

Page
21

Just Cause

21

21.2

30

Labor Management Committee (LMC)


Layoff
Layoff, continued
Layoff, Notice of
Layoff, Order of
Layoff, Reassignment in Lieu Of
Layoff, Vacancy and Staffing Committee
Leave, Approved
Leave, Bereavement
Leaves
Legal Holidays
Life Insurance Benefits

15
19
19
19
19
19
19
11
11
11
11
12

--19.8
19.6
19.3
19.7
19.1
11.5
11.6
-11.4
12.2.c

25
27
29
28
28
28
27
14
16
11
14
19
3
3/4
1

Management Rights
Meetings with Management
Membership Rights

4
5
3

-5.1b/5.2.f
--

Negotiating Committee
New Employees
New Employees, Probationary Period
Non-Discrimination

5
6
8
2

5.4
6.11
8.1
--

5
7
7
1

Official Representatives
Official Representatives, Meetings with Management
Official Representatives, Notification of
Official Representatives, Number for Release
Official Representatives, Visits by
Overtime Work

5
5
5
5
6
10

5.1
5.1.b
5.1.a
5.1.c
6.4
10.1

3
3
3
3
6
10

Pay Practices
Payroll Deduction
PEPRA Implementation
PERS
Personnel Records
Preamble
President and Vice-President
Printing of Agreement
Probationary Period, New Employees
Probationary Periods, Subsequent
Professional Development Committee
Promotions

9
3
13
13
6
-5
23
8
8
14
17

-3.3
13.4
13.1
6.7
-5.3
23.1
8.1
8.2
-(1.)

8
2
25
24
6
1
4
33
7
8
25
27

ii

ALPHABETICAL INDEX
Subject
Public Employees Organized to Promote Legislative Equality

Article
3

Section
3.4

Page
2

Recognition
Reemployment List
Reemployment List, Names Dropped From
Reimbursement, Drivers License Fee
Retirement Program Meetings
Retirement Programs
Rights Restored (following recall from layoff)
Safety Shoes
Salaries
Salary Review
Salary, Basic Pay Plan
Salary, Demotion/Downward Reclassification
Salary, Promotional Increases
Seniority Defined
Seniority Lists
Sick Leave
Specific Skills
Steward Council Meetings
Stewards, Executive Board Officers and
Stewards, Notification of Executive Board Officers and
STO
Strikes and Lockouts

1
19
19
12
13
13
19
12
9
9
9
9
9
19
6
11
19
5
5
5
11
22

-19.9
19.11
12.8
13.3
-19.12
12.6
9.1
9.3
9.2
9.2.g
9.2.f
19.2
6.10
11.2
19.4
5.2.e
5.2
5.2.a
11.1
--

1
29
29
22
25
24
29
21
8
10
9
10
9
27
7
12
28
4
3
3
11
32

Temporary Work for Laid Off Workers


Term of Agreement
Transaction of Union Business
Transfer, Lateral
Transportation, Free
Tuition Reimbursement and Professional Development Program
Turnover List

19
23
3
17
12
12
6

19.10
-3.5
(2.)
12.10
12.9
6.9

29
33
2
27
23
23
7

Uniform Allowance
Union Notices and Activities
Union Rights

12
6
5

12.7
---

22
5
3

Vision Benefits

12

12.2.a

19

Wage Replacement Benefits


Wellness Program
Work Out of Class (WOOC)
Workers Compensation

12
12
16
12

12.5
12.11
16.1
12.4

21
23
26
20

iii

2013 Calendar
January

February

Su Mo Tu We Th

Fr

Sa

2
9
16

3
10
17

4
11
18
25

6
13

7
14

1
8
15

20

21

22

23

24

27

28

29

30

31

March

Su Mo Tu We Th

Fr

Sa

5
12
19

3
10

4
11

5
12

6
13

7
14

1
8
15

26

17

18

19

20

21

22

24

25

26

27

28

April

Su Mo Tu We Th

Fr

Sa

2
9
16

3
10

4
11

5
12

6
13

7
14

1
8
15

2
9
16

23

17

18

19

20

21

22

24

25

26

27

28

29

Su Mo Tu We Th

Fr

Sa

7
14

1
8
15

2
9
16

3
10
17

4
11
18

5
12
19

6
13
20

23

21

22

23

24

25

26

27

30

28

29

30

31
May

June

Su Mo Tu We Th

Fr

Sa

5
12

6
13

7
14

1
8
15

19

20

21

22

23

24

26

27

28

29

30

31

July

Su Mo Tu We Th

Fr

Sa

August

Su Mo Tu We Th

Fr

Sa

Su Mo Tu We Th

Fr

Sa

2
9
16

3
10
17

7
14

1
8
15

2
9
16

3
10
17

4
11
18

5
12
19

6
13
20

4
11

5
12

6
13

7
14

1
8
15

22

21

22

23

24

25

26

27

18

19

20

21

22

23

24

29

28

29

30

31

25

26

27

28

29

30

31

Fr

Sa

2
9
16

3
10
17

4
11
18

2
9

3
10

4
11

5
12

6
13

7
14

1
8
15

25

16

17

18

19

20

21

23

24

25

26

27

28

30
September
Su Mo Tu We Th

October

November

Fr

Sa

Su Mo Tu We Th

Fr

Sa

Su Mo Tu We Th

December
Fr

Sa

Su Mo Tu We Th

10

11

12

13

14

10

11

12

10

11

12

13

14

15

16

17

18

19

20

21

13

14

15

16

17

18

19

10

11

12

13

14

15

16

15

16

17

18

19

20

21

22

23

24

25

26

27

28

20

21

22

23

24

25

26

17

18

19

20

21

22

23

22

23

24

25

26

27

28

29

30

27

28

29

30

31

24

25

26

27

28

29

30

29

30

31

Holidays are in Bold and Pay dates are shaded gray.

2014 Calendar
February

January
Su Mo Tu We Th
1
2

Fr
3

Sa
4

Su Mo Tu We Th

March
Fr

Sa
1

April

Su Mo Tu We Th

Fr

Sa
1

Su Mo Tu We Th
1
2
3

Fr
4

Sa
5

10

11

10

11

12

12

13

14

15

16

17

18

10

11

12

13

14

15

10

11

12

13

14

15

13

14

15

16

17

18

19

19

20

21

22

23

24

25

16

17

18

19

20

21

22

16

17

18

19

20

21

22

20

21

22

23

24

25

26

26

27

28

29

30

31

23

24

25

26

27

28

23

24

25

26

27

28

29

27

28

29

30

30

31
Fr

Sa

May

June

Su Mo Tu We Th

Fr

Sa

July

Su Mo Tu We Th

August

Fr

Sa

Su Mo Tu We Th

Fr

Sa

Su Mo Tu We Th

10

10

11

12

13

14

10

11

12

11

12

13

14

15

16

17

15

16

17

18

19

20

21

13

14

15

16

17

18

19

10

11

12

13

14

15

16

18

19

20

21

22

23

24

22

23

24

25

26

27

28

20

21

22

23

24

25

26

17

18

19

20

21

22

23

25

26

27

28

29

30

31

29

30

27

28

29

30

31

24

25

26

27

28

29

30

Fr

Sa

31
September
Su Mo Tu We Th

October
Fr

Sa

Su Mo Tu We Th

10

11

12

13

14

15

16

17

18

19

20

12

21

22

23

24

25

26

27

28

29

30

November
Fr

Sa

Su Mo Tu We Th

December
Fr

Sa

10

11

13

14

15

16

17

18

10

11

12

13

14

19

20

21

22

23

24

25

16

17

18

19

20

26

27

28

29

30

31

23

24

25

26

27

Su Mo Tu We Th

10

11

12

13

15

14

15

16

17

18

19

20

21

22

21

22

23

24

25

26

27

28

29

28

29

30

31

30

Holidays are in Bold and Pay dates are shaded gray.


At the time of printing, the dates for the 2014, 2015, and 2016 Holidays and paydates have not been established.

2015 Calendar
January
Su Mo Tu We Th

February
Fr

Sa

Su Mo Tu We Th

March
Fr

Sa

April

Su Mo Tu We Th

Fr

Sa

Su Mo Tu We Th

Fr

Sa

10

10

11

12

13

14

10

11

12

13

14

10

11

11

12

13

14

15

16

17

15

16

17

18

19

20

21

15

16

17

18

19

20

21

12

13

14

15

16

17

18

18

19

20

21

22

23

24

22

23

24

25

26

27

28

22

23

24

25

26

27

28

19

20

21

22

23

24

25

25

26

27

28

29

30

31

29

30

31

26

27

28

29

30
Fr

Sa

May

June

Su Mo Tu We Th

Fr

Sa

July

Su Mo Tu We Th

Fr

Sa

August

Su Mo Tu We Th

Fr

Sa

Su Mo Tu We Th

10

11

12

13

10

11

10

11

12

13

14

15

16

14

15

16

17

18

19

20

12

13

14

15

16

17

18

10

11

12

13

14

15

17

18

19

20

21

22

23

21

22

23

24

25

26

27

19

20

21

22

23

24

25

16

17

18

19

20

21

22

24

25

26

27

28

29

30

28

29

30

26

27

28

29

30

31

23

24

25

26

27

28

29

30

31

31
September

October

Su Mo Tu We Th

Fr

Sa

Su Mo Tu We Th

November
Fr

Sa

Su Mo Tu We Th

December
Fr

Sa

Su Mo Tu We Th

Fr

Sa

10

11

12

10

10

11

12

13

14

10

11

12

13

14

15

16

17

18

19

11

12

13

14

15

16

17

15

16

17

18

19

20

21

13

14

15

16

17

18

19

20

21

22

23

24

25

26

18

19

20

21

22

23

24

22

23

24

25

26

27

28

20

21

22

23

24

25

26

27

28

29

30

25

26

27

28

29

30

31

29

30

27

28

29

30

31

Holidays are in Bold and Pay dates are shaded gray.


At the time of printing, the dates for the 2014, 2015, and 2016 Holidays and paydates have not been established.

2016 Calendar
January
Su Mo Tu We Th

February
Fr

Sa

Su Mo Tu We Th

March

April

Fr

Sa

Su Mo Tu We Th

Fr

Sa

Su Mo Tu We Th

Fr

Sa

10

11

12

13

10

11

12

10

11

12

13

14

15

16

14

15

16

17

18

19

20

13

14

15

16

17

18

19

10

11

12

13

14

15

16

17

18

19

20

21

22

23

21

22

23

24

25

26

27

20

21

22

23

24

25

26

17

18

19

20

21

22

23

24

25

26

27

28

29

30

28

29

27

28

29

30

31

24

25

26

27

28

29

30

Fr

Sa

31
May

June

Su Mo Tu We Th

Fr

Sa

July

Su Mo Tu We Th

10

11

12

13

14

15

16

17

18

19

20

21

12

22

23

24

25

26

27

28

29

30

31

Fr

Sa

August

Su Mo Tu We Th

Fr

Sa

10

11

13

14

15

16

17

18

10

11

12

13

14

15

19

20

21

22

23

24

25

17

18

19

20

21

26

27

28

29

30

24

25

26

27

28

Su Mo Tu We Th
1

10

11

12

13

16

14

15

16

17

18

19

20

22

23

21

22

23

24

25

26

27

29

30

28

29

30

31

Fr

Sa

31
September
Su Mo Tu We Th

October
Fr

Sa

Su Mo Tu We Th

November
Fr

Sa

December

Su Mo Tu We Th

Fr

Sa

Su Mo Tu We Th

1
8

2
9

3
10

1
8

1
8

2
9

3
10

4
11

5
12

1
8

2
9

3
10

11

12

13

14

15

16

17

10

11

12

13

14

15

13

14

15

16

17

18

19

11

12

13

14

15

16

17

18

19

20

21

22

23

24

16

17

18

19

20

21

22

20

21

22

23

24

25

26

18

19

20

21

22

23

24

25

26

27

28

29

30

23

24

25

26

27

28

29

27

28

29

30

25

26

27

28

29

30

31

30

31

Holidays are in Bold and Pay dates are shaded gray.


At the time of printing, the dates for the 2014, 2015, and 2016 Holidays and paydates have not been established.

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