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									Compensation Plan for UCSD Staff Physicians
Summary of Plan Requirements and DOS Codes
 Plan Component          Eligible for UCRS                                                      Not Eligible for UCRS

              Terms      50% or greater for 1 year or longer                                    Less than 50% indefinitely, or 50% or more for less than 1 year


                Base     No less than MSP range minimum                                         Pay within MSP grade range
                         Not to exceed 70% of Base & Non-base combined
                         Not to exceed pay limits set by MSP Salary Grades
                         Use "REG" DOS code to pay full % of base                               Use "REG" DOS code to pay Base.
                         Base is considered UCRS covered compensation
                         Establish July rates in consideration of October COLA                  If assigned Base and Non-base, same rules
                                                                                                apply as for UCRS members.


          Non-base       Use PNB DOS code to pay with no %                                      Non-base pay or SPSS Slotting is usually not required.
                         Non-base is not considered UCRS covered
                         compensation                                                           If assigned Non-base pay, same rules apply
                                                                                                as for UCRS members:
                         Base + Non-base must be within approved & assigned                       Use REG for to pay Base in PPS
                         SPSS Slotting                                                            Use PNB to pay Non-base in PPS



  Incentive/Award        Cannot exceed 20% of Base pay at 100% value.                           Cannot exceed 20% of Base pay at 100% value.
                          Use PNZ DOS code. Enter amount owed in Online Timekeeping.            Use PNZ DOS code. Enter amount owed in Online Timekeeping.


 Special Pay Plan        USE PSZ DOS code. Enter amount owed in Online Timekeeping.             USE PSZ DOS code. Enter amount owed in Online Timekeeping.
                         Amount to be paid stipulated by Dept's Special Pay Plan.               Amount to be paid stipulated by Dept's Special Pay Plan.


          Pay rates      Must be paid as monthly rate in PPS                                    Can be paid hourly in PPS if Base pay only ("REG" DOS code)
                         PPS must match contract terms                                          PPS must match contract terms


   Fee-for-Service       Use PSZ DOS code. Enter amount owed in Online Timekeeping.             Use PSZ DOS code. Enter amount owed in Online Timekeeping.


    Contract Term        1 year, preferably July - June                                         1 year, preferably July - June



PPS Example:                                                                                    PPS Example:
Assoc Physician Diplomate-100%-Base: 111,500 and Non-base: 36,100                               Assoc Physician-10%-Base: 96,000, Non-base: 21,700
Index    Fund Sub FTE DIS% Pay Beg Pay End Rate/Amt DOS                                         Index    Fund Sub FTE DIS% Pay Beg Pay End Rate/Amt DOS
INDEX00 00000A 1 0.00 1.00 07/01/08 06/30/09       9291.67     REG                              INDEX00 00000A 2 0.00 0.1000        07/01/08 06/30/09 53.40 REG
INDEX00 00000A 1 0.00 0.00 07/01/08 06/30/09       3008.33     PNB                              INDEX00 00000A 2 0.00 0.0000        07/01/08 06/30/09 10.39 PNB

UCRS= University of California Retirement System
Note: If the MSP Staff Physician is paid by more than one department and the other department is paying him/her on a monthly basis then
any additional MSP contract will also need to be paid monthly.
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