The Office of Academic Compensation and Data Reporting develops, implements, and oversees academic compensation policies and procedures. It facilitates the approval process for requests for additional compensation and recall appointments, provides campuswide training on academic compensation, and produces academic personnel data reports for UCSD, the UC Office of the President, and other constituents.
2011-12 SALARY PROGRAM FOR NON-EXCLUSIVELY REPRESENTED ACADEMIC EMPLOYEES
The University Office of the President has announced the details of the 2011-2012 salary program, effective October 1, 2011, for non-exclusively represented academic employees. Click here for President Yudof’s letter to the UC Chancellors.
UCSD IMPLEMENTATION GUIDELINES
Eligible academic employees will receive a fixed 3% increase which will be reflected on the November 1, 2011, paycheck. The increase will be applied to on-scale salaries, above-scale salaries, and off-scale salaries that are not subject to tapering.
For faculty participating in the Health Sciences Compensation Plan, a fixed 3% will be applied to the scale rate (covered compensation); however, the total negotiated annual salary will remain the same. For faculty who do not have a negotiated component (Y) and receive only covered compensation, the increase will be reflected as a total salary increase.
Non-exclusively represented academic employees at any rank, step, or salary level with continued successful academic performance are eligible for the salary increase.
Academic employees who have had two or more consecutive “no change” actions with no subsequent advancement in rank or step are not eligible for the salary increase. Ineligible appointees will be notified individually.
Appointees with negotiated or by-agreement salaries, including visiting titles, are not eligible for the salary increase.
Academic employees who are exclusively represented by a collective bargaining contract are not eligible for this program: Non-Senate Instructional Unit (Unit 18), Academic Student Employees (ASEs), the Postdoctoral Scholar Unit, the Librarian Unit and UCSD Medical Residents.
The salary scales have been updated to reflect the new rates for 2011-12.
Click here for the new salary scales.
Kelly Maheu, director of Academic Compensation and Data Reporting, oversees academic salary programs, academic payroll, the faculty administrator program, development of compensation policies and procedures, and reporting of academic personnel and compensation data. She advises senior administrators and serves as liaison to central UCSD offices, other UC campuses, and the UC Office of the President. Contact Kelly at (858) 822-3509 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Mary Baran, senior compensation analyst, provides advice and policy interpretation regarding academic compensation. She coordinates the approval processes for recall appointments, exceptional honoraria requests, intercampus payments, administrative stipends, and FLP/FSEP. She develops and delivers compensation and payroll training, provides one-on-one payroll processing assistance to campus staff, and post-audits payroll actions to ensure compliance with policies and procedures. Contact Mary at (858) 822-3748 or email@example.com.
Steven Lei, analytical studies officer, prepares analytical reports and statistical studies related to academic personnel and academic compensation. He prepares annual and historical data regarding recruitments, advancements, and separations, and he responds to data requests from campus departments, the UC Office of the President, and external agencies. Contact Steven at (858) 534-3159 or firstname.lastname@example.org.