Policy 5 - Remuneration - Full-Time Professors Non-Unionized, Part-Time Professors, Students

Approved Executive Committee of the Board of Governors 67.23

REMUNERATION - FULL-TIME PROFESSORS NON-UNIONIZED, PART-TIME PROFESSORS, STUDENTS

This policy applies to persons who are excluded from bargaining units (APUO, APTPUO) and its clauses supplement the teaching staff collective agreements.

FULL-TIME PROFESSORS (NON-UNIONIZED)

1. In this policy, a full-time professor means:

  • a) any professor carrying 50% or more of a normal workload, filling a regular, temporary or replacement position and holding a professorial rank;
  • b) any guest lecturer or visiting professor carrying 50% or more of a normal workload and who is appointed for a period of two consecutive terms or more;
  • c) professional counsellors;
  • d) language teachers.

ECONOMIC INCREASE AND PROGRESS THROUGH THE RANKS

2. Salary scales as well as the progress through the ranks increment appear in Appendix I. The same provisions as those for APUO members apply.

For issues concerning basic progress and progress through the ranks, please consult the appropriate sections of the Collective Agreement between the University of Ottawa and the APUO.

ANOMALIES

3. Non-unionized members of the teaching staff who feel that they are victims of a salary anomaly may ask the Administrative Committee to consider their case.

REMUNERATION OF STUDENTS - NEW BARGAINING UNIT (CUPE 2626)

4. Students of the University of Ottawa may be called upon to perform academic or research work for faculties. These activities are governed by the Collective Agreement between the University of Ottawa and CUPE 2626.

5. The hourly rates for activities governed by the Collective Agreement (CUPE 2626) appear in Appendix II-1.

6. The hourly rates for persons excluded from the Collective Agreement (CUPE 2626) appear in Appendix II-2.

PART-TIME PROFESSORS

7. For this policy, a part-time professor is:

  • a) a sessional lecturer from outside the University or;
  • b) a member of the University's full-time staff teaching a course in addition to the normal workload;
  • c) a full-time graduate student.

Part-time courses are assigned according to the provisions of the applicable collective agreements.

8. Generally, unless exceptions are approved in advance, the University assigns its part-time teaching to individuals who receive a salary for their services; the University does not assign part-time teaching to associations, corporations, institutions or similar bodies which would then charge professional fees or expenses. The TP form must be used to start the remuneration process. Supplementary teaching is paid according to the conditions set out in Appendix III.

RATES FOR PART-TIME PROFESSORS

9. Sessional teaching is paid according to the conditions set out in Appendix IV.

SALARY CALCULATION METHOD

10. Salary is calculated according to the provisions of the collective agreements. When an hourly rate is involved, the number of hours paid are equal to the number of hours actually taught during the fall and winter terms. To ensure that time spent supervising mid-term and final examinations is taken into account, the number of teaching weeks for a given course shall be increased, more specifically to 14 weeks (42 hours) for a half-course and 28 weeks (84 hours) for a full course.

11. For summer courses, the equivalent number of actual hours taught for a half-course and a full course shall be increased by three hours.

12. For courses that are neither full nor half-courses, salary is calculated according to the actual number of teaching hours for APUO members giving extra courses and for non-unionized part-time teachers. The salary is calculated first and foremost per credit for APTPUO members. Only when calculation per credit cannot apply is the hourly rate used.

For APUO members and non-unionized part-time teachers, the teaching increase in teaching hours recognized for full and half-courses can be applied to the calculation of pay rates for other courses, but in proportion to the actual number of hours taught in that particular course.

TRAVEL ALLOWANCES

13. See Appendix V for off-campus allowances.

14. Exceptionally, professors who live outside the surrounding area are invited to teach a course on campus. For a full course, these professors are eligible for a travel and living allowance of no more than $1,000. The allowance is subject to Policy No. 21 Travelling Expenses and Field Trips.

15. Procedure No. Budget 3-3 shall apply for the processing of part-time professors' salaries. The allowance is determined according to the provisions of Policy No. 21 Travelling Expenses and Field Trips.

PROFESSORS - CLINICAL SECTOR OF THE FACULTY OF MEDICINE

16. Policy No. 5 does not apply to professors of the clinical sector of the Faculty of Medicine. Individual contracts are signed with each of these professors.

EXCEPTION

17. No exception may be made to this policy without the written consent of the Administrative Committee.

Revised March 5, 2003

(Office of the Vice-President, Resources)

Appendix I

1) ADJUSTMENT AND SCALES OF 2 % EFFECTIVE MAY 1, 2001

a) PROFESSORS Minimum Maximum

Lecturer $40,402 $51,884
Assistant Professor 47,045 70,707
Associate Professor 56,473 95,766
Full Professor 67,803 113,771

P.T.R.: regular $2,301

Assistant Level as of the 8thyear: $1,611 (0.70 x $2,301)

GFT: $1,150

GFT as of the 8thyear: $805 (0.70 x $1,150)

PTR = Max. Full Professor - Min. Assistant
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For members holding the rank of assistant professor on May 1 of a given year, and who have held a full-time appointment at the University of Ottawa for eight years or more, the progress through the ranks increment shall be 70% of the amount calculated.

Members who are at or over the maximum of their salary scale after the salary adjustment are not entitled to the progress through the ranks increment.

b) COUNSELLORS Minimum Maximum

Counsellor I $38,780 $46,610
Counsellor II 41,931 57,597
Counsellor III 49,775 73,306
Counsellor IV 57,597 85,838

Salary scale increases based on the formula specified in the collective agreement

P.T.R.: $1,519 (0.66 x $2,301)

c) LIBRARIANS Minimum Maximum

Librarian I $37,604 $50,273
Librarian II 44,560 57,202
Librarian III 52,579 68,374
Librarian IV 59,788 75,586
Librarian V 67,647 86,616

Salary scale increases based on the formula specified in the collective agreement

P.T.R.: $1,611 (0.70 x $2,301)

d) LANGUAGE PROFESSORS Minimum Maximum

Language Professor I $33,024 $50,697
Language Professor II 39,240 58,333
Language Professor III 43,902 64,414
Language Professor IV 48,564 70,707

Salary scale increases based on the formula specified in the collective agreement

P.T.R.: I, II, III - $1,519 (0.66 x $2,301)

IV - $1,956 (0.85 x $2,301)

2) ADJUSTMENT AND SCALES OF 2.6% EFFECTIVE MAY 1, 2002

a) PROFESSORS Minimum Maximum

Lecturer $41,453 $53,233
Assistant Professor 48,268 72,545
Associate Professor 57,941 98,256
Full Professor 69,566 116,729

P.T.R.: regular $2,361

Assistant Level as of the 8th year: $1,653 (0.70 x $2,361)

GFT: $1,180

GFT as of the 8th year: $826 (0.70 x $1,180)

PTR = Max. Full Professor - Min. Assistant
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For members holding the rank of assistant professor on May 1 of a given year, and who have held a full-time appointment at the University of Ottawa for eight years or more, the progress through the ranks increment shall be 70% of the amount calculated.

Members who are at or over the maximum of their salary scale after the salary adjustment are not entitled to the progress through the ranks increment.

b) COUNSELLORS Minimum Maximum

Counsellor I $39,788 $47,822
Counsellor II 43,021 59,095
Counsellor III 51,069 75,212
Counsellor IV 59,095 88,070

Salary scale increases based on the formula specified in the collective agreement

P.T.R.: $1,558 (0.66 x $2,361)

c) LIBRARIANS Minimum Maximum

Librarian I $38,582 $51,580
Librarian II 45,719 58,689
Librarian III 53,946 70,151
Librarian IV 61,343 77,551
Librarian V 69,406 88,868

Salary scale increases based on the formula specified in the collective agreement

P.T.R.: $1,653 (0.70 x $2,361)

d) LANGUAGE PROFESSORS Minimum Maximum

Language Professor I $33,882 $52,015
Language Professor II 40,260 59,850
Language Professor III 45,044 66,089
Language Professor IV 49,827 72,545

Salary scale increases based on the formula specified in the collective agreement

P.T.R.: I, II, III - $1,558 (0.66 x $2,361)

IV - $2,007 (0.85 x $2,361)

Revised May 1, 2002

3) ADJUSTMENT AND SCALES OF 2.2% EFFECTIVE MAY 1, 2003

a) PROFESSORS Minimum Maximum

Lecturer $42,365 $54,404
Assistant Professor 49,330 74,141
Associate Professor 59,216 100,418
Full Professor 71,097 119,297

P.T.R.: regular $2,413

Assistant Level as of the 8th year: $1,689 (0.70 x $2,413)

PTR = Max. Full Professor - Min. Assistant
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The maximum for the rank of assistant professor will not apply to individuals with written offers of employment dated after the date of ratification by APUO.

For members holding the rank of assistant professor on May 1 of a given year, and who have held a full-time appointment at the University of Ottawa for eight years or more, the progress through the ranks increment shall be 70% of the amount calculated, it being understood that this reduction shall not apply to individuals with written offers of employment dated after April 11, 2002 or those opting for the new tenure system pursuant to Appendix F.3 of the Collective Agreement.

Members who are at or over the maximum of their salary scale after the salary adjustment are not entitled to the progress through the ranks increment.

b) COUNSELLORS Minimum Maximum

Counsellor I $40,663 $48,874
Counsellor II 43,968 60,395
Counsellor III 52,192 76,867
Counsellor IV 60,395 90,008

Salary scale increases based on the formula specified in the collective agreement

P.T.R.: $1,592 (0.66 x $2,413)

c) LIBRARIANS Minimum Maximum

Librarian I $39,430 $52,715
Librarian II 46,725 59,980
Librarian III 55,133 71,695
Librarian IV 62,692 79,257
Librarian V 70,933 90,823

Salary scale increases based on the formula specified in the collective agreement

P.T.R.: $1,689 (0.70 x $2,413)

d) LANGUAGE PROFESSORS Minimum Maximum

Language Professor I $34,628 $53,159
Language Professor II 41,146 61,167
Language Professor III 46,034 67,543
Language Professor IV 50,923 74,141

Salary scale increases based on the formula specified in the collective agreement

P.T.R.: I, II, III - $1,592 (0.66 x $2,413)

IV - $2,051 (0.85 x $2,413)

Revised April 9, 2003

Appendix II-1

1- HOURLY RATES FOR ACTIVITIES GOVERNED BY THE COLLECTIVE AGREEMENT (CUPE 2626)

The hourly rates for activities governed by the Collective Agreement (CUPE 2626) are as follows from September 1, 2004 to August 31, 2007:


PERIOD 2004/09/01 - 2005/08/31
 Positions and Rates of Pay  Hourly Rate  Vacation Pay (4%)  Total
Teaching Assistant / Demonstrator / Lab Monitor / Tutor / Research Assistant - graduate  $31.24  $1.25  $32.49
Marker / Proctor - graduate  $22.50  $0.90  $23.40
Undergraduate - all positions  $18.75  $0.75  $19.50
       
A whole unit corresponds to 130 hours      


PERIOD 2005/09/01 - 2006/08/31
 Positions and Rates of Pay  Hourly Rate  Vacation Pay (4%)  Total
Teaching Assistant / Demonstrator / Lab Monitor / Tutor / Research Assistant - graduate  $32.17  $1.29  $33.46
Marker / Proctor - graduate  $23.17  $0.93  $24.10
Undergraduate - all positions  $19.31  $0.77  $20.08
       
A whole unit corresponds to 130 hours      
PERIOD 2006/09/01 - 2007/08/31
 Positions and Rates of Pay  Hourly Rate  Vacation Pay (4%)  Total
Teaching Assistant / Demonstrator / Lab Monitor / Tutor / Research Assistant - graduate  $33.13  $1.33  $34.46
Marker / Proctor - graduate  $23.87  $0.95  $24.82
Undergraduate - all positions  $19.88  $0.80  $20.68
       
A whole unit corresponds to 130 hours      

According to Article 31.1 of the Collective Agreement: "When a full-time graduate student is hired for a teaching or research assistantship, the total number of contracted hours of work will not exceed an average of ten hours per week over the academic session as required by the regulations of the Faculty of Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies".

The Article 32.2.1 of the Collective Agreement specifies that no contract shall be issued for less than three hours.

Also, according to Article 32.3.1 of the Collective Agreement: "No Employee shall suffer a reduction of pay as a result of this Collective Agreement. Undergraduate students registered as of January 1, 2000 and who were employed in the job classifications specified in Article 4 of the Collective Agreement shall be paid their contracted hourly rate as of January 1, 2000 or the hourly rate set out in 32.4, whichever is greater, until they graduate from their current program of study".

Appendix II-2

2- HOURLY RATES FOR PERSONS EXCLUDED FROM THE COLLECTIVE AGREEMENT (CUPE 2626)

The hourly rates for persons excluded from the Collective Agreement (CUPE 2626) are as follows from September 1, 2004 to August 31, 2007:


PERIOD 2004/09/01 - 2005/08/31
 Positions and Rates of Pay  Hourly Rate  Vacation Pay (4%)  Hourly Rate (incl. 4%)  Dues to be remitted by faculty (2.459%)  Total Cost
Teaching Assistant / Demonstrator / Lab Monitor / Tutor / Research Assistant - graduate  $30.49  $1.22  $31.71  $0.78  $32.49
Marker / Proctor - graduate  $21.96  $0.88  $22.84  $0.56  $23.40
Undergraduate - all positions  $18.30  $0.73  $19.03  $0.47  $19.50


PERIOD 2005/09/01 - 2006/08/31
 Positions and Rates of Pay  Hourly Rate  Vacation Pay (4%)  Hourly Rate (incl. 4%)  Dues to be remitted by faculty (2.459%)  Total Cost
Teaching Assistant / Demonstrator / Lab Monitor / Tutor / Research Assistant - graduate  $31.40  $1.26  $32.66  $0.80  $33.46
Marker / Proctor - graduate  $22.62  $0.90  $23.52  $0.58  $24.10
Undergraduate - all positions  $18.85  $0.75  $19.60  $0.48  $20.08
PERIOD 2006/09/01 - 2007/08/31
 Positions and Rates of Pay  Hourly Rate  Vacation Pay (4%)  Hourly Rate (incl. 4%)  Dues to be remitted by faculty (2.459%)  Total Cost
Teaching Assistant / Demonstrator / Lab Monitor / Tutor / Research Assistant - graduate  $32.34  $1.29  $33.63  $0.83  $34.46
Marker / Proctor - graduate  $23.30  $0.93  $24.23  $0.59  $24.82
Undergraduate - all positions  $19.40  $0.78  $20.18  $0.50  $20.68

Revised July 27, 2005

Appendix III

SALARY FOR APUO REGULAR PROFESSORS TEACHING EXTRA COURSES AND VISITING PROFESSORS

A. APUO REGULAR PROFESSORS TEACHING EXTRA COURSES:

1) MAY 1, 2002 TO APRIL 30, 2003

NURSING (clinical teaching) Hourly rate: $40.73 M.Sc.
  $31.24 B.Sc.
ART (language courses) Hourly rate: $88.76
  $3,462 / (39 hrs/3cr.)
  $4,615 / (52 hrs/3cr.)
  $6,923 / (78 hrs/6cr.)
  $9,231 / (104 hrs/6cr.)
OTHERS Hourly rate: $103.02
  $4,327 (42 hrs/3cr.)
  $8,654 (84 hrs/6cr.)

2) MAY 1, 2003 TO APRIL 30, 2004

NURSING (clinical teaching) Hourly rate: $45.25 M.Sc.
  $34.71 B.Sc.
ART (language courses) Hourly rate: $98.61
  $3,846 / (39 hrs/3cr.)
  $5,128 / (52 hrs/3cr.)
  $7,692 / (78 hrs/6cr.)
  $10,256 / (104 hrs/6cr.)
OTHERS Hourly rate: $114.47
  $4,808 (42 hrs/3cr.)
  $9,615 (84 hrs/6cr.)

3) MAY 1, 2004 TO APRIL 30, 2005

NURSING (clinical teaching) Hourly rate: $47.06 M.Sc.
  $36.10 B.Sc.
ART (language courses) Hourly rate: $102.56
  $4,000 / (39 hrs/3cr.)
  $5,333 / (52 hrs/3cr.)
  $8,000 / (78 hrs/6cr.)
  $10,666 / (104 hrs/6cr.)
OTHERS Hourly rate: $119.05
  $5,000 (42 hrs/3cr.)
  $10,000 (84 hrs/6cr.)

B. VISITING PROFESSORS:

It is recommended that visiting professors be remunerated at least at the rates payable to APTPUO members.

Revised December 18, 2002

Appendix IV

RATES FOR PART-TIME PROFESSORS

SEPTEMBER 1, 2001 TO AUGUST 31, 2002

Hourly rate: $103.02 plus 4% vacation pay
Basic rate: $4,327 plus $173 vacation pay for a total of $4,500 for a three-credit course* (total of 42 hours which includes 39 hours of teaching and 3 hours of exam).

SEPTEMBER 1, 2002 TO AUGUST 31, 2003

Hourly rate: $114.47 plus 4% vacation pay
Basic rate: $4,808 plus $192 vacation pay for a total of $5,000 for a three-credit course* (total of 42 hours which includes 39 hours of teaching and 3 hours of exam).

SEPTEMBER 1, 2003 TO AUGUST 31, 2004

Hourly rate: $119.05 plus 4% vacation pay
Basic rate: $5,000 plus $200 vacation pay for a total of $5,200 for a three-credit course* (total of 42 hours which includes 39 hours of teaching and 3 hours of exam).

Please refer to Appendix D of the Collective Agreement for more details on the following courses which are not subject to this regulation: Education 2.1(d); Language courses 2.2; Applied music 2.3; Clinical teaching in nursing 2.4 and Instructors in sociology 2.5.

* A three-credit course (39 hours of teaching and 3 hours of exam): basic rate = Y

A two-credit course (26 hours of teaching and 2 hours of exam): basic rate = Y x 2/3

A one-credit course (16 hours of teaching and 1 hour of exam): basic rate = Y x 1/3

If additional teaching hours are required beyond the 13 hours(1cr), 26 hours(2cr) or 39 hours(3cr), they are paid at the hourly rate and added to the basic rate calculated above.

Revised December 18, 2002

Appendix V

TRAVEL ALLOWANCES

In compliance with Article 36.3 of the Collective Agreement between the University of Ottawa and the APUO and with Policy No. 21 dealing with travel expenses and field trips, starting May 1, 2000, the reimbursement rates for trips in a privately owned automobile will be 42.7 cents per kilometer based on the following return distances:

Barry's Bay 404 km
Brockville 228 km
Cornwall 226 km
Deep River 370 km
Hawkesbury 184 km
Pembroke 300 km
Petawawa 310 km
Renfrew 202 km

Distances are calculated from Ottawa. Sessional lecturers travelling to the off-campus centre from places closer to it will claim 42.7 cents per kilometer. In no case, however, will there be reimbursement of trips longer than a trip from Ottawa.

During the fall and winter terms, the travel allowances for courses will be paid in one instalment per one-term course and in two instalments per two-term course. For the summer term, there will be one payment per course.

When two or more employees travel together in a privately owned automobile, the allowance of 42.7 cents per kilometer will be claimed by the vehicle owner only.

TRAVEL ALLOWANCES

The amount of the travel allowance is based on the number of trips required for teaching and one trip for proctoring the examination.

Under normal circumstances, starting May 1, 2000, the amounts will be as follows:

Fall Winter Fall-Winter Spring (evening) Summer

  (13+1) (13+1) (26+1) (13+1) (15+1)
Cornwall 1351.03 1351.03 2605.55 1351.03 1544.03
Hawkesbury 1099.95 1099.95 2121.34 1099.95 1257.09
Pembroke 1793.40 1793.40 3458.70 1793.40 2049.60

Revised May 31, 2000

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