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									                                      2003/2004 SCHOOL PRINCIPAL
                                         SPE SALARY SCHEDULE
                                                   GUIDELINES
                                               (Revised/Effective 7/1/2003)


The 2003/2004 School Principal Salary Schedule Design:
 The guidelines stated herein will supersede all previous existing guidelines. No “grandfathering” policies will apply.
   For a new Principal/Assistant Principal hired into the District or an existing Principal/Assistant Principal
   promoting/demoting to another SPE-Schedule position, the greater of the salary of the following scenarios will apply:
    Minimum of the new salary level.
    Minimum of the new salary level plus applicable internal and/or external years of experience, up to a maximum of
       15% (see internal and external chart below).
    $1000 added to current salary if current salary is over the minimum of the new salary level.

 Lateral movement on the SPE-Schedule (i.e., school location changes or Alternative School Principal movement to
  Middle School Principal or vice versa) will have no effect to the employee's current salary, with the exception of
  appropriate adjustment of the work year in accordance to HR policies.

 For employees that previously resided on the SPE-Schedule and currently reside on the PSE or MSE-Schedule that
  are newly appointed to a SPE-Schedule position (as a promotional move only in accordance to the Internal Hiring
  Policy Guidelines), the greater of the salary of the following scenarios will apply (note that employment with APS must
  be constant):
   Current salary (adjusted appropriately to the SPE-Schedule work year in accordance with HR policy) not to
      exceed the SPE-Schedule Level Maximum.
   Minimum of the new salary level.
   Minimum of the new salary level plus applicable internal and/or external years of experience, up to a maximum of
      15% (see internal and external chart below).

Minimum of new salary:
 All candidates must meet the educational and experience requirements of the position in which they are applying. (All
   Principal/Assistant Principal positions, regardless of level, currently require a Bachelor’s Degree in Education or
   related field, a valid State Administrator’s License and three (3) years of Teaching experience); however, no credit will
   be given for the minimum education and experience requirements of the position in determining starting salaries. New
   employees hired with no additional, applicable experience will start at the minimum of the salary schedule level.

Minimum of new salary level plus internal and/or external years of experience:
 New employees hired into the District may be eligible to receive an additional increase to the starting salary for prior
   external working experience that is directly related to the position for which they are initially hired (see external chart
   below).
 Credit at 1.5 percent for each year of approved, directly related experience (internal and/or external combined) up to a
   maximum of 15% (or 10 years) can be granted to new hires on the SPE-Schedule and existing employees moving to
   the SPE-Schedule or existing SPE employees moving to a different level within the SPE-Schedule.
    Previous external and internal working experience must be verified/approved by the APS Human Resources
       Employee Records Unit in order to be eligible for credit. Receiving credit for external and internal working
       experience is the responsibility of the employee. The employee must request and complete the appropriate
       paperwork which will require the previous employer's or supervisor’s signature and submit it to the Human
       Resources Staffing Unit within 60 days of the hire date. Paperwork received after the 60-day period will not be
       accepted.
    If the company and/or the company records no longer exist, it is not verifiable experience and will not apply.
    Only internal/external experience gained within the last 18 years will be eligible. No experience beyond this time
       will be accepted.
    Other than the minimum requirements of the position, no teaching, counseling or other Schedule “A” experience
       will apply.
    A year of credit of previous experience on the SPE-Schedule must constitute at least a consecutive eight (8)
       month period and at least four (4) hours per day.



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$1000 Added To Current Salary If Current Salary Is Over The Minimum Of The New Salary Level:
 If a Principal/Assistant Principal is promoted or demoted on the SPE-Schedule, the current SPE-Schedule will be used
   to determine if an adjustment in salary will be required.
    If it is determined that a promotion movement on the current SPE-Schedule (including applicable years of previous
       experience) is less than the employee’s current salary, the employee will be compensated a straight $1000 to
       current annual salary; otherwise, the current SPE-Schedule amount will apply.
    If it is determined that a demotion movement on the current SPE-Schedule (including applicable years of previous
       experience) is less than the employee’s current salary, the employee’s current salary will be lowered to the current
       SPE-Schedule amount or held save harmless under circumstances to be determined at the Superintendent level.

PSE or MSE-Schedule Employees Appointed to a SPE-Schedule Position:
 If a current APS employee (that previously resided on the SPE-Schedule and has had constant employment with APS)
   currently resides on the PSE or MSE-Schedule and is appointed to a SPE-Schedule position (as a promotional move
   only in accordance to the Internal Hiring Policy Guidelines), the current SPE-Schedule will be used to determine if an
   adjustment in salary will be required.
    If it is determined that a promotion movement (in accordance to the Internal Hiring Policy Guidelines) onto the
       current SPE-Schedule (including applicable years of previous experience) is less than the employee’s current
       salary on the PSE or MSE-Schedule (adjusted appropriately to the SPE-Schedule work year in accordance to HR
       policies), the employee’s current salary will carry over, not to exceed the maximum of the SPE-Schedule Level;
       otherwise, the current SPE-Schedule amount will apply.
    If it is determined that a demotion movement (in accordance to the Internal Hiring Policy Guidelines) onto the
       current SPE-Schedule (including applicable years of previous experience) is less than the employee’s current
       salary on the PSE or MSE-Schedule (adjusted appropriately to the SPE-Schedule work year in accordance to HR
       policies), the employee’s current salary will be lowered to the current SPE-Schedule amount or held save
       harmless under circumstances to be determined at the Superintendent level.




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SPE-Schedule Internal Salary Schedule Relationship Schedule
Principal/Assistant Principal Level        Internal Administrative Credit
P6 (High School Principal)                 High School Principal, MSE5 level positions that required an
                                           Administrative License.
P5 (Middle School Principal, Alternative   Middle School Principal, Alternative High School Principal or above, PSE3 or
High School Principal)                     MSE4 and higher level positions that required an Administrative License.
P4 (Elementary School Principal)           Elementary School Principal or above, PSE3 or MSE4 and higher level
                                           positions that required an Administrative License.
P3 (High School Assistant Principal)       High School Assistant Principal or above, PSE3 or MSE3 and higher level
                                           positions that required an Administrative License.
P2 (Middle School Assistant Principal)     Middle School Assistant Principal or above, PSE2 or MSE2 and higher level
                                           positions that required an Administrative License.
P1 (Elementary School Assistant Principal) Elementary School Assistant Principal or above, PSE2 or MSE2 and higher
                                           level positions that required an Administrative License.

SPE-Schedule External Salary Schedule Relationship Schedule
Principal/Assistant Principal Level        External Administrative Credit
P6 (High School Principal)                 High School Principal, Executive Director, President, Assistant, Associate
                                           or Deputy Superintendent, Superintendent)
P5 (Middle School Principal)               Middle School Principal, Alternative High School Principal or above and
                                           Director or Vice President level or above
P4 (Elementary School Principal            Elementary School Principal or above and Director level or above
P3 (High School Assistant Principal)       High School Assistant Principal or above and Director level or above
P2 (Middle School Assistant Principal)     Middle School Assistant Principal or above and Director level or above
P1 (Elementary School Assistant Principal) Elementary School Assistant Principal or above and Director level or above


Differential amounts can be adjusted/prorated accordingly based on work year, hours and contract status. All differentials
are based on adequate funding and can differ in amount (+/-) in accordance to budget evaluation.


Albuquerque Public Schools reserves the right to make changes to this document at anytime.




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