APPENDIX A

WAGES AND SALARIES

Class Code

Class Title

Pay Period Salary Range or Hourly Rate, Effective July 1, 1995

 

 

I

II

III

IV

V

4236

Plant Security Aide (Base Rate)

1390

1469

1551

1638

1727

4241

Plant Security Aide (Base Rate) (Saturday, Sunday and Holiday)

$9.71 an hour

4221

Police Officer (Base Rate)

2698

2848

3010

3180

3358

 

With Longevity (52%)

2846

3005

3176

3355

3543

 

With Intermediate POST

2773

2923

3085

3255

3543

 

With Interm. POST & Longevity

2921

3080

3251

3430

3618

 

With Advanced POST

2823

2973

3135

3305

3483

 

With Advanced POST & Longevity

2971

3130

3301

3480

3668

4215

Police Detective (Base Rate)

2914

3077

3251

3435

3631

 

With Longevity (5 2%)

3074

3246

3430

3624

3831

 

With Intermediate POST

2989

3152

3326

3510

3706

 

With Interm. POST & Longevity

3149

3321

3505

3699

3906

 

With Advanced POST

3039

3202

3376

3560

3756

 

With Advanced POST & Longevity

3199

3371

3555

3749

3956

4224

Senior Police Officer (Base Rate)

2848

3010

3180

3358

3543

 

With Longevity (5 2%)

3005

3176

3355

3543

3738

 

With Intermediate POST

2923

3085

3255

3433

3618

 

With Interm. POST & Longevity

3080

3251

3430

3618

3813

 

With Advanced POST

2973

3135

3305

3483

3668

 

With Advanced POST & Longevity

3130

3301

3480

3668

3863

 

1.1 Deductions from all retroactive payments shall be as follows: 20% for Federal income tax withholding; 3% for State income tax withholding; 7.51% for Social Security, if applicable; and the legally required amount for the employee's PERS contribution and medicare, if applicable.

2.0 PERS Contribution: The District and POA agree as indicated below with respect to Unit A employees' contributions and the District's contributions to the Public Employees' Retirement System (PERS). It is also agreed that this Section shall pertain and apply only to those Unit A employees who are or become members of PERS (hereinafter "Unit A PERS Members") in either the regular School Member Retirement Plan or the Safety Member Retirement Plan (2% at age 55 formula), as appropriate, and only for the period of time such employees are in the Unit A bargaining unit.

a. The District shall pay employees' required PERS

contributions up to a maximum of seven percent (7.0%) of the Unit A PERS Members' compensation that is subject to PERS contributions to either the PERS School Member Retirement Plan or Safety Member Retirement Plan, as appropriate. Pursuant to Government Code Sections 20027, 20603 and 20615, it is understood that the amount of the contribution paid by the District for the Unit A PERS Member shall be credited to the Member's account. Such District contribution, however, shall only be made for that pay period in which the employee is a Unit A PERS Member as of the employee's last paid day of that pay period.

b. POA agrees that the PERS Safety Member Retirement Plan

and School Member Plan are administered by the State of California and that all decisions and rules with respect to qualifications for retirement benefits, level of benefits, taxability of benefits, and the administration of both Plans are the responsibility of PERS. Accordingly, it is expressly understood that all such matters, questions or issues relating to either PERS Plan are excluded from the grievance and arbitration provisions of Article V (Grievance Procedure).

c. In order to implement this Section, the District at its sole

discretion may enter into and unilaterally may amend, alter, or modify any contract or contracts with the Public Employees' Retirement System of the State of California.

d. If any legislative action or judicial decision increases or

causes to be increased either the District's or the Unit A PERS Members' contribution rate above that agreed upon herein, this Section shall immediately become subject to negotiations, provided however, that

in the interim and while such negotiations are proceeding, the District

shall either pay the additional amount or deduct from salaries the additional amount, as appropriate, in view of such legislative action or judicial decision.

e. The District shall amend its contract with the Public

Employees= Retirement System to provide the third level of the 1959 Survivor Benefits per Section 21573 of the California Government Code for unit employees who are sworn officers and members of the Public Employees= Retirement System. This amendment shall take effect prospectively from the date the District and PERS each approve the amended contract.