In accordance with the contractual agreement between the University Council – American Federation of Teachers (UC-AFT) and the University of California, salary rates for Unit 18 Non-Senate Faculty (NSF) titles will be subject to a general range adjustment increase of 2.5 percent effective July 1, 2017.
|PPS Freeze Timeline — For Unit 18 Lecturers
|Monday, June 26, 2017||LAST DAY TO UPDATE
This is the last day you will be allowed to make any changes in PPS for for Unit 18 NSF titles.
|Tuesday, June 27, 2017 — |
Friday, June 30, 2017
Do not update/change/delete appointments in PPS for Unit 18 NSF titles during this time.
|Saturday, July 1, 2017||ADJUSTMENT COMPLETE
Units may again begin to update personnel actions for Unit 18 NSF titles in PPS. A PPS Listserv notice will be forwarded as soon as the salary adjustment process is complete.
The new salary scales are available on the AP Website. Please do not enter the new July 1, 2017 rates into PPS until after the adjustment has been completed.
This year, UC Office of the President has removed many of the rates from the Unit 18 salary scale.
- Initial appointments: must fall on a scale rate as define on page 24 of the salary scale.
- Salary increases: should be calculated in accordance to the contract (e.g. 6 percent for 10th quarter/7th semester, Article 7A.F.3).
- Unit 18 NSF salaries will no longer be required to fall on the salary scale rates after their initial appointment.
- Salaries should still fall within the salary ranges as indicated on the salary scales.
After the Adjustment: Review
Payroll no longer automatically prints/distributes reports of the changes resulting from the range adjustment process. You still have access to these reports via the EDL. Instructions on accessing these reports can be found at: https://wiki.oit.uci.edu/display/public/Electronic+Document+Libraries+%28EDL%29+Payroll+Reports+Overview.
Please remember that it is critical that you review and verify the accuracy of the changes as soon as possible. With so many payroll changes occurring, it is important that any errors be corrected before salary is affected (payroll cut-off: July 26, 2017).
If you have any questions, please contact your Academic Personnel Analyst.