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WEST virginia legislature

2018 regular session

Committee Substitute

for

House Bill 4145

By Mr. Speaker (Mr. Armstead) and Delegate Miley
[BY REQUEST OF THE EXECUTIVE]

[Originating in the Committee on Finance;
Reported on February 28, 2018]

A BILL to amend and reenact §15-2-5 of the Code of West Virginia, 1931, as amended as contained in Enrolled Committee Substitute for Senate Bill 267, Regular Session, 2018; and to amend and reenact §18A-4-2 and §18A-4-8a of said code as contained in Enrolled Committee Substitute for Senate Bill 267, Regular Session, 2018, all relating to increasing compensation for certain public employees; increasing the annual salaries of members of the West Virginia State Police; increasing the minimum salaries payable to public school teachers and professional personnel during the contract year; and increasing the minimum monthly pay for public school service personnel.

Be it enacted by the Legislature of West Virginia:


CHAPTER 15. PUBLIC SAFETY.

ARTICLE 2. WEST VIRGINIA STATE POLICE.

§15-2-5. Career progression system; salaries; exclusion from wages and hour law, with supplemental payment; bond; leave time for members called to duty in guard or reserves.

(a) The superintendent shall establish within the West Virginia State Police a system to provide for: The promotion of members to the supervisory ranks of sergeant, first sergeant, second lieutenant, and first lieutenant; the classification of nonsupervisory members within the field operations force to the ranks of trooper, senior trooper, trooper first class, or corporal; the classification of members assigned to the forensic laboratory as criminalist I-VIII; and the temporary reclassification of members assigned to administrative duties as administrative support specialist I-VIII.

(b) The superintendent may propose legislative rules for promulgation in accordance with §29A-3-1 et seq. of this code for the purpose of ensuring consistency, predictability, and independent review of any system developed under the provisions of this section.

(c) The superintendent shall provide to each member a written manual governing any system established under the provisions of this section and specific procedures shall be identified for the evaluation and testing of members for promotion or reclassification and the subsequent placement of any members on a promotional eligibility or reclassification recommendation list.

(d) Beginning on July 1, 2018, members shall receive annual salaries payable at least twice per month as follows:

ANNUAL SALARY SCHEDULE (BASE PAY)

SUPERVISORY AND NONSUPERVISORY RANKS

Cadet During Training .......................................................................................... $34,858

Cadet Trooper After Training................................................................................ $ 42,122

Trooper Second Year........................................................................................... …43,130

Trooper Third Year............................................................................................... …43,513

Senior Trooper...................................................................................................... …43,912

Trooper First Class............................................................................................... …44,518

Corporal................................................................................................................ …45,124

Sergeant................................................................................................................ …49,425

First Sergeant....................................................................................................... …51,576

Second Lieutenant................................................................................................ …53,726

First Lieutenant..................................................................................................... …55,877

Captain.................................................................................................................. …58,028

Major..................................................................................................................... …60,178

Lieutenant Colonel................................................................................................ …62,329

ANNUAL SALARY SCHEDULE (BASE PAY)

ADMINISTRATION SUPPORT SPECIALIST CLASSIFICATION

I ............................................................................................................................ 43,130

II ........................................................................................................................... 43,912

III .......................................................................................................................... 44,518

IV .......................................................................................................................... 45,124

V ........................................................................................................................... 49,425

VI .......................................................................................................................... 51,576

VII ......................................................................................................................... 53,726

VIII ........................................................................................................................ 55,877

ANNUAL SALARY SCHEDULE (BASE PAY)

CRIMINALIST CLASSIFICATION

I ............................................................................................................................ 43,130

II ........................................................................................................................... 43,912

III .......................................................................................................................... 44,518

IV .......................................................................................................................... 45,124

V ........................................................................................................................... 49,425

VI .......................................................................................................................... 51,576

VII ......................................................................................................................... 53,726

VIII ........................................................................................................................ 55,877

ANNUAL SALARY SCHEDULE (BASE PAY)

SUPERVISORY AND NONSUPERVISORY RANKS

Cadet During Training........................................................................................... $ 36,154

Cadet Trooper After Training................................................................................ $ 43,414

Trooper Second Year........................................................................................... …44,426

Trooper Third Year............................................................................................... …44,809

Senior Trooper...................................................................................................... …45,208

Trooper First Class............................................................................................... …45,814

Corporal................................................................................................................ …46,420

Sergeant................................................................................................................ …50,721

First Sergeant....................................................................................................... …52,872

Second Lieutenant................................................................................................ …55,022

First Lieutenant..................................................................................................... …57,173

Captain.................................................................................................................. …59,324

Major..................................................................................................................... …61,474

Lieutenant Colonel................................................................................................ 63,625

ANNUAL SALARY SCHEDULE (BASE PAY)

ADMINISTRATION SUPPORT SPECIALIST CLASSIFICATION

I ............................................................................................................................ 44,426

II ........................................................................................................................... 45,208

III .......................................................................................................................... 45,814

IV .......................................................................................................................... 46,420

V ........................................................................................................................... 50,721

VI .......................................................................................................................... 52,872

VII ......................................................................................................................... 55,022

VIII ........................................................................................................................ 57,173

ANNUAL SALARY SCHEDULE (BASE PAY)

CRIMINALIST CLASSIFICATION

I ............................................................................................................................ 44,426

II ........................................................................................................................... 45,208

III .......................................................................................................................... 45,814

IV .......................................................................................................................... 46,420

V ........................................................................................................................... 50,721

VI .......................................................................................................................... 52,872

VII ......................................................................................................................... 55,022

VIII ........................................................................................................................ 57,173

 

Beginning July 1, 2019, the annual salaries for members of each of the West Virginia State Police, the Administration Support Specialists, and the Criminalist classifications set forth in the schedules in this subsection shall be increased an additional $432.

Each member of the West Virginia State Police whose salary is fixed and specified in this annual salary schedule is entitled to the length of service increases set forth in §15-2-5(e) of this code and supplemental pay as provided in §15-2-5(g) of this code.

(e) Each member of the West Virginia State Police whose salary is fixed and specified pursuant to this section shall receive, and is entitled to, an increase in salary over that set forth in §15-2-5(d) of this code for grade in rank, based on length of service, including that service served before and after the effective date of this section with the West Virginia State Police as follows: Beginning on January 1, 2015, and continuing thereafter, at the end of two years of service with the West Virginia State Police, the member shall receive a salary increase of $500 to be effective during his or her next year of service and a like increase at yearly intervals thereafter, with the increases to be cumulative.

(f) In applying the salary schedules set forth in this section where salary increases are provided for length of service, members of the West Virginia State Police in service at the time the schedules become effective shall be given credit for prior service and shall be paid the salaries the same length of service entitles them to receive under the provisions of this section.

(g) The Legislature finds and declares that because of the unique duties of members of the West Virginia State Police, it is not appropriate to apply the provisions of state wage and hour laws to them. Accordingly, members of the West Virginia State Police are excluded from the provisions of state wage and hour law. This express exclusion shall not be construed as any indication that the members were or were not covered by the wage and hour law prior to this exclusion.

In lieu of any overtime pay they might otherwise have received under the wage and hour law, and in addition to their salaries and increases for length of service, members who have completed basic training and who are exempt from federal Fair Labor Standards Act guidelines may receive supplemental pay as provided in this section.

The authority of the superintendent to propose a legislative rule or amendment thereto for promulgation in accordance with §29A-3-1 et seq. of this code to establish the number of hours per month which constitute the standard pay period for the members of the West Virginia State Police is hereby continued. The rule shall further establish, on a graduated hourly basis, the criteria for receipt of a portion or all of supplemental payment when hours are worked in excess of the standard pay period. The superintendent shall certify at least twice per month to the West Virginia State Police’s payroll officer the names of those members who have worked in excess of the standard pay period and the amount of their entitlement to supplemental payment. The supplemental payment may not exceed $200 per pay period. The superintendent and civilian employees of the West Virginia State Police are not eligible for any supplemental payments.

(h) Each member of the West Virginia State Police, except the superintendent and civilian employees, shall execute, before entering upon the discharge of his or her duties, a bond with security in the sum of $5,000 payable to the State of West Virginia, conditioned upon the faithful performance of his or her duties, and the bond shall be approved as to form by the Attorney General and as to sufficiency by the Governor.

(i) In consideration for compensation paid by the West Virginia State Police to its members during those members’ participation in the West Virginia State Police Cadet Training Program pursuant to §30-29-8 of this code, the West Virginia State Police may require of its members by written agreement entered into with each of them in advance of such participation in the program that, if a member should voluntarily discontinue employment any time within one year immediately following completion of the training program, he or she shall be obligated to pay to the West Virginia State Police a pro rata portion of such compensation equal to that part of such year which the member has chosen not to remain in the employ of the West Virginia State Police.

(j) Any member of the West Virginia State Police who is called to perform active duty training or inactive duty training in the National Guard or any reserve component of the armed forces of the United States annually shall be granted, upon request, leave time not to exceed 30 calendar days for the purpose of performing the active duty training or inactive duty training and the time granted may not be deducted from any leave accumulated as a member of the West Virginia State Police.

CHAPTER 18A. SCHOOL PERSONNEL.


ARTICLE 4. SALARIES, WAGES, AND OTHER BENEFITS.


§18A-4-2. State minimum salaries for teachers.

(a) It is the goal of the Legislature to increase the state minimum salary for teachers with zero years of experience and an A. B. degree, including the equity supplement, to at least $43,000 by fiscal year 2019.

(b) (1) For school year 2018–2019, and continuing thereafter, each teacher shall receive the amount prescribed in the State Minimum Salary Schedule as set forth in this section; specific additional amounts prescribed in this section or article; and any county supplement in effect in a county pursuant to §18A-4-5a of this code during the contract year.

STATE MINIMUM SALARY SCHEDULE

Years

Exp

4th

Class

3rd

Class

2nd

Class

 

A.B.

A.B.

+ 15

 

M.A.

M.A.

+ 15

M.A.
+ 30

M.A.

+ 45

Doc-

torate

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

0

28,725

29,414

29,680

31,123

31,884

33,651

34,412

35,173

35,934

36,969

 

1

29,053

29,742

30,008

31,641

32,402

34,170

34,931

35,691

36,452

37,487

 

2

29,382

30,070

30,336

32,160

32,921

34,688

35,449

36,210

36,971

38,006

 

3

29,710

30,398

30,664

32,679

33,439

35,207

35,968

36,728

37,489

38,524

 

4

30,282

30,970

31,236

33,441

34,202

35,970

36,731

37,491

38,252

39,287

 

5

30,610

31,298

31,564

33,960

34,721

36,488

37,249

38,010

38,771

39,806

 

6

30,938

31,626

31,892

34,478

35,239

37,007

37,768

38,528

39,289

40,324

 

7

31,266

31,955

32,220

34,997

35,758

37,525

38,286

39,047

39,808

40,843

 

8

31,594

32,283

32,549

35,515

36,276

38,044

38,805

39,565

40,326

41,361

 

9

31,922

32,611

32,877

36,034

36,795

38,562

39,323

40,084

40,845

41,880

 

10

32,251

32,939

33,205

36,554

37,314

39,082

39,843

40,604

41,364

42,399

 

11

32,579

33,267

33,533

37,072

37,833

39,601

40,361

41,122

41,883

42,918

 

12

32,907

33,595

33,861

37,591

38,351

40,119

40,880

41,641

42,401

43,436

 

13

33,235

33,923

34,189

38,109

38,870

40,638

41,398

42,159

42,920

43,955

 

14

33,563

34,251

34,517

38,628

39,388

41,156

41,917

42,678

43,438

44,473

 

15

33,891

34,579

34,845

39,146

39,907

41,675

42,435

43,196

43,957

44,992

 

16

34,219

34,907

35,173

39,665

40,425

42,193

42,954

43,715

44,475

45,510

 

17

34,547

35,236

35,501

40,183

40,944

42,712

43,473

44,233

44,994

46,029

 

18

34,875

35,564

35,830

40,702

41,463

43,230

43,991

44,752

45,513

46,548

 

19

35,203

35,892

36,158

41,220

41,981

43,749

44,510

45,270

46,031

47,066

 

20

35,531

36,220

36,486

41,739

42,500

44,267

45,028

45,789

46,550

47,585

 

21

35,860

36,548

36,814

42,257

43,018

44,786

45,547

46,307

47,068

48,103

 

22

36,188

36,876

37,142

42,776

43,537

45,304

46,065

46,826

47,587

48,622

 

23

36,516

37,204

37,470

43,295

44,055

45,823

46,584

47,344

48,105

49,140

 

24

36,844

37,532

37,798

43,813

44,574

46,342

47,102

47,863

48,624

49,659

 

25

37,172

37,860

38,126

44,332

45,092

46,860

47,621

48,382

49,142

50,177

 

26

37,500

38,188

38,454

44,850

45,611

47,379

48,139

48,900

49,661

50,696

 

27

37,828

38,516

38,782

45,369

46,129

47,897

48,658

49,419

50,179

51,214

 

28

38,156

38,845

39,110

45,887

46,648

48,416

49,176

49,937

50,698

51,733

 

29

38,484

39,173

39,439

46,406

47,166

48,934

49,695

50,456

51,216

52,251

 

30

38,812

39,501

39,767

46,924

47,685

49,453

50,213

50,974

51,735

52,770

 

31

39,141

39,829

40,095

47,443

48,204

49,971

50,732

51,493

52,253

53,288

 

32

39,469

40,157

40,423

47,961

48,722

50,490

51,251

52,011

52,772

53,807

 

33

39,797

40,485

40,751

48,480

49,241

51,008

51,769

52,530

53,291

54,326

 

34

40,125

40,813

41,079

48,998

49,759

51,527

52,288

53,048

53,809

54,844

 

35

40,453

41,141

41,407

49,517

50,278

52,045

52,806

53,567

54,328

55,363

 

Years

Exp

4th

Class

3rd

Class

2nd

Class

A.B.

A.B.

+ 15

M.A.

M.A.

+ 15

M.A.
+ 30

M.A.

+ 45

Doc-

torate

 

0

29,937

30,626

30,892

32,335

33,096

34,863

35,624

36,385

37,146

38,181

1

30,265

30,954

31,220

32,853

33,614

35,382

36,143

36,903

37,664

38,699

2

30,594

31,282

31,548

33,372

34,133

35,900

36,661

37,422

38,183

39,218

3

30,922

31,610

31,876

33,891

34,651

36,419

37,180

37,940

38,701

39,736

4

31,494

32,182

32,448

34,653

35,414

37,182

37,943

38,703

39,464

40,499

5

31,822

32,510

32,776

35,172

35,933

37,700

38,461

39,222

39,983

41,018

6

32,150

32,838

33,104

35,690

36,451

38,219

38,980

39,740

40,501

41,536

7

32,478

33,167

33,432

36,209

36,970

38,737

39,498

40,259

41,020

42,055

8

32,806

33,495

33,761

36,727

37,488

39,256

40,017

40,777

41,538

42,573

9

33,134

33,823

34,089

37,246

38,007

39,774

40,535

41,296

42,057

43,092

10

33,463

34,151

34,417

37,766

38,526

40,294

41,055

41,816

42,576

43,611

11

33,791

34,479

34,745

38,284

39,045

40,813

41,573

42,334

43,095

44,130

12

34,119

34,807

35,073

38,803

39,563

41,331

42,092

42,853

43,613

44,648

13

34,447

35,135

35,401

39,321

40,082

41,850

42,610

43,371

44,132

45,167

14

34,775

35,463

35,729

39,840

40,600

42,368

43,129

43,890

44,650

45,685

15

35,103

35,791

36,057

40,358

41,119

42,887

43,647

44,408

45,169

46,204

16

35,431

36,119

36,385

40,877

41,637

43,405

44,166

44,927

45,687

46,722

17

35,759

36,448

36,713

41,395

42,156

43,924

44,685

45,445

46,206

47,241

18

36,087

36,776

37,042

41,914

42,675

44,442

45,203

45,964

46,725

47,760

19

36,415

37,104

37,370

42,432

43,193

44,961

45,722

46,482

47,243

48,278

20

36,743

37,432

37,698

42,951

43,712

45,479

46,240

47,001

47,762

48,797

21

37,072

37,760

38,026

43,469

44,230

45,998

46,759

47,519

48,280

49,315

22

37,400

38,088

38,354

43,988

44,749

46,516

47,277

48,038

48,799

49,834

23

37,728

38,416

38,682

44,507

45,267

47,035

47,796

48,556

49,317

50,352

24

38,056

38,744

39,010

45,025

45,786

47,554

48,314

49,075

49,836

50,871

25

38,384

39,072

39,338

45,544

46,304

48,072

48,833

49,594

50,354

51,389

26

38,712

39,400

39,666

46,062

46,823

48,591

49,351

50,112

50,873

51,908

27

39,040

39,728

39,994

46,581

47,341

49,109

49,870

50,631

51,391

52,426

28

39,368

40,057

40,322

47,099

47,860

49,628

50,388

51,149

51,910

52,945

29

39,696

40,385

40,651

47,618

48,378

50,146

50,907

51,668

52,428

53,463

30

40,024

40,713

40,979

48,136

48,897

50,665

51,425

52,186

52,947

53,982

31

40,353

41,041

41,307

48,655

49,416

51,183

51,944

52,705

53,465

54,500

32

40,681

41,369

41,635

49,173

49,934

51,702

52,463

53,223

53,984

55,019

33

41,009

41,697

41,963

49,692

50,453

52,220

52,981

53,742

54,503

55,538

34

41,337

42,025

42,291

50,210

50,971

52,739

53,500

54,260

55,021

56,056

35

41,665

42,353

42,619

50,729

51,490

53,257

54,018

54,779

55,540

56,575

 

(2) For school year 2019–2020, each teacher shall receive the amount prescribed in the State Minimum Salary Schedule as set forth in this section, plus $404; specific additional amounts prescribed in this section or article; and any county supplement in effect in a county pursuant to §18A-4-5a of this code during the contract year.

(3) For school year 2020–2021, each teacher shall receive the amount prescribed in the State Minimum Salary Schedule as set forth in this section, plus $808; specific additional amounts prescribed in this section or article; and any county supplement in effect in a county pursuant to §18A-4-5a of this code during the contract year.

(c) Six hundred dollars shall be paid annually to each classroom teacher who has at least 20 years of teaching experience. The payments: (i) Shall be in addition to any amounts prescribed in the applicable State Minimum Salary Schedule; (ii) shall be paid in equal monthly installments; and (iii) shall be considered a part of the state minimum salaries for teachers.

(d) To meet the objective of salary equity among the counties as set forth in §18A-4-5 of this code, each teacher shall be paid an equity supplement amount as applicable for his or her classification of certification or classification of training and years of experience as follows, subject to the provisions of that section:

(1) For “4th Class” at zero years of experience, $1,781. An additional $38 shall be paid for each year of experience up to and including 35 years of experience;

(2) For “3rd Class” at zero years of experience, $1,796. An additional $67 shall be paid for each year of experience up to and including 35 years of experience;

(3) For “2nd Class” at zero years of experience, $1,877. An additional $69 shall be paid for each year of experience up to and including 35 years of experience;

(4) For “A. B.” at zero years of experience, $2,360. An additional $69 shall be paid for each year of experience up to and including 35 years of experience;

(5) For “A. B. + 15” at zero years of experience, $2,452. An additional $69 shall be paid for each year of experience up to and including 35 years of experience;

(6) For “M. A.” at zero years of experience, $2,644. An additional $69 shall be paid for each year of experience up to and including 35 years of experience;

(7) For “M. A. + 15” at zero years of experience, $2,740. An additional $69 shall be paid for each year of experience up to and including 35 years of experience;

(8) For “M. A. + 30” at zero years of experience, $2,836. An additional $69 shall be paid for each year of experience up to and including 35 years of experience;

(9) For “M. A. + 45” at zero years of experience, $2,836. An additional $69 shall be paid for each year of experience up to and including 35 years of experience; and

(10) For “Doctorate” at zero years of experience, $2,927. An additional $69 shall be paid for each year of experience up to and including 35 years of experience.

These payments: (i) Shall be in addition to any amounts prescribed in the applicable State Minimum Salary Schedule, any specific additional amounts prescribed in this section and article and any county supplement in effect in a county pursuant to §18A-4-5a of this code; (ii) shall be paid in equal monthly installments; and (iii) shall be considered a part of the state minimum salaries for teachers.


§18A-4-8a. Service personnel minimum monthly salaries.

(a) The minimum monthly pay for each service employee shall be as follows:

(1) For school year 2018–2019, and continuing thereafter, the minimum monthly pay for each service employee whose employment is for a period of more than three and one-half hours a day shall be at least the amounts indicated in the State Minimum Pay Scale Pay Grade and the minimum monthly pay for each service employee whose employment is for a period of three and one-half hours or less a day shall be at least one-half the amount indicated in the State Minimum Pay Scale Pay Grade set forth in this subdivision.

STATE MINIMUM PAY SCALE PAY GRADE

Years

Exp.

 

PAY GRADE

 

 

A

B

C

D

E

F

G

H

 

0

1,704

1,725

1,767

1,820

1,873

1,936

1,968

2,041

 

1

1,736

1,758

1,799

1,852

1,906

1,969

2,000

2,074

 

2

1,769

1,790

1,832

1,885

1,938

2,001

2,033

2,106

 

3

1,801

1,823

1,865

1,918

1,971

2,034

2,066

2,139

 

4

1,834

1,856

1,897

1,950

2,003

2,067

2,098

2,173

 

5

1,867

1,888

1,930

1,983

2,036

2,099

2,131

2,205

 

6

1,899

1,921

1,964

2,016

2,069

2,132

2,164

2,238

 

7

1,933

1,953

1,996

2,048

2,101

2,165

2,196

2,271

 

8

1,966

1,986

2,029

2,081

2,134

2,197

2,229

2,303

 

9

1,998

2,019

2,062

2,115

2,167

2,230

2,261

2,336

 

10

2,031

2,052

2,094

2,147

2,199

2,264

2,295

2,369

 

11

2,064

2,085

2,127

2,180

2,232

2,296

2,328

2,401

 

12

2,096

2,118

2,159

2,213

2,266

2,329

2,360

2,434

 

13

2,129

2,150

2,192

2,245

2,298

2,361

2,393

2,467

 

14

2,162

2,183

2,225

2,278

2,331

2,394

2,426

2,499

 

15

2,194

2,216

2,257

2,310

2,363

2,427

2,458

2,532

 

16

2,227

2,248

2,290

2,343

2,396

2,459

2,491

2,565

 

17

2,259

2,281

2,324

2,376

2,429

2,492

2,524

2,598

 

18

2,292

2,314

2,356

2,408

2,461

2,525

2,556

2,631

 

19

2,326

2,346

2,389

2,441

2,494

2,557

2,589

2,663

 

20

2,358

2,379

2,422

2,475

2,527

2,590

2,622

2,697

 

21

2,391

2,411

2,454

2,507

2,559

2,623

2,654

2,731

 

22

2,424

2,445

2,487

2,540

2,592

2,656

2,688

2,763

 

23

2,456

2,478

2,520

2,573

2,626

2,690

2,722

2,797

 

24

2,489

2,510

2,552

2,605

2,658

2,724

2,755

2,831

 

25

2,522

2,543

2,585

2,638

2,692

2,756

2,789

2,863

 

26

2,554

2,576

2,617

2,672

2,726

2,790

2,821

2,897

 

27

2,587

2,608

2,650

2,704

2,758

2,822

2,855

2,930

 

28

2,620

2,641

2,684

2,738

2,792

2,856

2,889

2,964

 

29

2,652

2,675

2,717

2,770

2,825

2,890

2,921

2,998

 

30

2,686

2,707

2,751

2,804

2,858

2,922

2,955

3,031

 

31

2,719

2,741

2,785

2,838

2,892

2,956

2,989

3,064

 

32

2,753

2,774

2,817

2,871

2,924

2,990

3,021

3,098

 

33

2,787

2,807

2,851

2,905

2,958

3,022

3,055

3,131

 

34

2,819

2,841

2,885

2,939

2,992

3,056

3,089

3,164

 

35

2,853

2,875

2,917

2,971

3,024

3,090

3,122

3,198

 

36

2,887

2,908

2,951

3,005

3,059

3,123

3,156

3,230

 

37

2,919

2,942

2,985

3,039

3,093

3,157

3,189

3,264

 

38

2,953

2,974

3,017

3,071

3,125

3,190

3,222

3,298

 

39

2,987

3,008

3,051

3,105

3,159

3,223

3,256

3,330

 

40

3,019

3,042

3,084

3,138

3,193

3,257

3,289

3,364

 

 

Years

Exp.

 

PAY GRADE

 

 

A

B

C

D

E

F

G

H

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

0

1,770

1,791

1,833

1,886

1,939

2,002

2,034

2,107

 

1

1,802

1,824

1,865

1,918

1,972

2,035

2,066

2,140

 

2

1,835

1,856

1,898

1,951

2,004

2,067

2,099

2,172

 

3

1,867

1,889

1,931

1,984

2,037

2,100

2,132

2,205

 

4

1,900

1,922

1,963

2,016

2,069

2,133

2,164

2,239

 

5

1,933

1,954

1,996

2,049

2,102

2,165

2,197

2,271

 

6

1,965

1,987

2,030

2,082

2,135

2,198

2,230

2,304

 

7

1,999

2,019

2,062

2,114

2,167

2,231

2,262

2,337

 

8

2,032

2,052

2,095

2,147

2,200

2,263

2,295

2,369

 

9

2,064

2,085

2,128

2,181

2,233

2,296

2,327

2,402

 

10

2,097

2,118

2,160

2,213

2,265

2,330

2,361

2,435

 

11

2,130

2,151

2,193

2,246

2,298

2,362

2,394

2,467

 

12

2,162

2,184

2,225

2,279

2,332

2,395

2,426

2,500

 

13

2,195

2,216

2,258

2,311

2,364

2,427

2,459

2,533

 

14

2,228

2,249

2,291

2,344

2,397

2,460

2,492

2,565

 

15

2,260

2,282

2,323

2,376

2,429

2,493

2,524

2,598

 

16

2,293

2,314

2,356

2,409

2,462

2,525

2,557

2,631

 

17

2,325

2,347

2,390

2,442

2,495

2,558

2,590

2,664

 

18

2,358

2,380

2,422

2,474

2,527

2,591

2,622

2,697

 

19

2,392

2,412

2,455

2,507

2,560

2,623

2,655

2,729

 

20

2,424

2,445

2,488

2,541

2,593

2,656

2,688

2,763

 

21

2,457

2,477

2,520

2,573

2,625

2,689

2,720

2,797

 

22

2,490

2,511

2,553

2,606

2,658

2,722

2,754

2,829

 

23

2,522

2,544

2,586

2,639

2,692

2,756

2,788

2,863

 

24

2,555

2,576

2,618

2,671

2,724

2,790

2,821

2,897

 

25

2,588

2,609

2,651

2,704

2,758

2,822

2,855

2,929

 

26

2,620

2,642

2,683

2,738

2,792

2,856

2,887

2,963

 

27

2,653

2,674

2,716

2,770

2,824

2,888

2,921

2,996

 

28

2,686

2,707

2,750

2,804

2,858

2,922

2,955

3,030

 

29

2,718

2,741

2,783

2,836

2,891

2,956

2,987

3,064

 

30

2,752

2,773

2,817

2,870

2,924

2,988

3,021

3,097

 

31

2,785

2,807

2,851

2,904

2,958

3,022

3,055

3,130

 

32

2,819

2,840

2,883

2,937

2,990

3,056

3,087

3,164

 

33

2,853

2,873

2,917

2,971

3,024

3,088

3,121

3,197

 

34

2,885

2,907

2,951

3,005

3,058

3,122

3,155

3,230

 

35

2,919

2,941

2,983

3,037

3,090

3,156

3,188

3,264

 

36

2,953

2,974

3,017

3,071

3,125

3,189

3,222

3,296

 

37

2,985

3,008

3,051

3,105

3,159

3,223

3,255

3,330

 

38

3,019

3,040

3,083

3,137

3,191

3,256

3,288

3,364

 

39

3,053

3,074

3,117

3,171

3,225

3,289

3,322

3,396

 

40

3,085

3,108

3,150

3,204

3,259

3,323

3,355

3,430

(2) For school year 2019–2020, and continuing thereafter, the minimum monthly pay for each service employee whose employment is for a period of more than three and one-half hours a day shall be at least the amounts indicated in the State Minimum Pay Scale Pay Grade, plus $22; and the minimum monthly pay for each service employee whose employment is for a period of three and one-half hours or less a day shall be at least one-half the amount indicated in the State Minimum Pay Scale Pay Grade, plus $11.

(3)(2) Each service employee shall receive the amount prescribed in the State Minimum Pay Scale Pay Grade in accordance with the provisions of this subsection according to their class title and pay grade as set forth in this subdivision:

CLASS TITLE                                                                                                 PAY GRADE

Accountant I ........................................................................................................... D

Accountant II .......................................................................................................... E

Accountant III ......................................................................................................... F

Accounts Payable Supervisor ............................................................................... G

Aide I ...................................................................................................................... A

Aide II ..................................................................................................................... B

Aide III .................................................................................................................... C

Aide IV .................................................................................................................... D

Audiovisual Technician .......................................................................................... C

Auditor .................................................................................................................... G

Autism Mentor ........................................................................................................ F

Braille Specialist ..................................................................................................... E

Bus Operator .......................................................................................................... D

Buyer ...................................................................................................................... F

Cabinetmaker ........................................................................................................ G

Cafeteria Manager ................................................................................................. D

Carpenter I ............................................................................................................. E

Carpenter II ............................................................................................................. F

Chief Mechanic ...................................................................................................... G

Clerk I ..................................................................................................................... B

Clerk II .................................................................................................................... C

Computer Operator ................................................................................................ E

Cook I ..................................................................................................................... A

Cook II .................................................................................................................... B

Cook III ................................................................................................................... C

Crew Leader ........................................................................................................... F

Custodian I ............................................................................................................. A

Custodian II ............................................................................................................ B

Custodian III ........................................................................................................... C

Custodian IV .......................................................................................................... D

Director or Coordinator of Services ....................................................................... H

Draftsman .............................................................................................................. D

Early Childhood Classroom Assistant Teacher I ................................................... E

Early Childhood Classroom Assistant Teacher II .................................................. E

Early Childhood Classroom Assistant Teacher III ................................................. F

Educational Sign Language Interpreter I ............................................................... F

Educational Sign Language Interpreter II ............................................................. G

Electrician I ............................................................................................................. F

Electrician II ........................................................................................................... G

Electronic Technician I ........................................................................................... F

Electronic Technician II ......................................................................................... G

Executive Secretary ............................................................................................... G

Food Services Supervisor ..................................................................................... G

Foreman ................................................................................................................ G

General Maintenance ............................................................................................ C

Glazier .................................................................................................................... D

Graphic Artist ......................................................................................................... D

Groundsman .......................................................................................................... B

Handyman .............................................................................................................. B

Heating and Air Conditioning Mechanic I .............................................................. E

Heating and Air Conditioning Mechanic II ............................................................. G

Heavy Equipment Operator ................................................................................... E

Inventory Supervisor .............................................................................................. D

Key Punch Operator .............................................................................................. B

Licensed Practical Nurse ....................................................................................... F

Locksmith ............................................................................................................... G

Lubrication Man ..................................................................................................... C

Machinist ................................................................................................................ F

Mail Clerk ............................................................................................................... D

Maintenance Clerk ................................................................................................. C

Mason .................................................................................................................... G

Mechanic ................................................................................................................ F

Mechanic Assistant ................................................................................................ E

Office Equipment Repairman I ............................................................................... F

Office Equipment Repairman II ............................................................................. G

Painter .................................................................................................................... E

Paraprofessional .................................................................................................... F

Payroll Supervisor ................................................................................................. G

Plumber I ................................................................................................................ E

Plumber II .............................................................................................................. G

Printing Operator .................................................................................................... B

Printing Supervisor ................................................................................................ D

Programmer ........................................................................................................... H

Roofing/Sheet Metal Mechanic .............................................................................. F

Sanitation Plant Operator ...................................................................................... G

School Bus Supervisor ........................................................................................... E

Secretary I .............................................................................................................. D

Secretary II ............................................................................................................. E

Secretary III ............................................................................................................ F

Sign Support Specialist .......................................................................................... E

Supervisor of Maintenance .................................................................................... H

Supervisor of Transportation ................................................................................. H

Switchboard Operator-Receptionist ...................................................................... D

Truck Driver ........................................................................................................... D

Warehouse Clerk ................................................................................................... C

Watchman .............................................................................................................. B

Welder .................................................................................................................... F

WVEIS Data Entry and Administrative Clerk ......................................................... B

(b) An additional $12 per month is added to the minimum monthly pay of each service person who holds a high school diploma or its equivalent.

(c) An additional $11 per month also is added to the minimum monthly pay of each service person for each of the following:

(1) A service person who holds 12 college hours or comparable credit obtained in a trade or vocational school as approved by the state board;

(2) A service person who holds 24 college hours or comparable credit obtained in a trade or vocational school as approved by the state board;

(3) A service person who holds 36 college hours or comparable credit obtained in a trade or vocational school as approved by the state board;

(4) A service person who holds 48 college hours or comparable credit obtained in a trade or vocational school as approved by the state board;

(5) A service employee who holds 60 college hours or comparable credit obtained in a trade or vocational school as approved by the state board;

(6) A service person who holds 72 college hours or comparable credit obtained in a trade or vocational school as approved by the state board;

(7) A service person who holds 84 college hours or comparable credit obtained in a trade or vocational school as approved by the state board;

(8) A service person who holds 96 college hours or comparable credit obtained in a trade or vocational school as approved by the state board;

(9) A service person who holds 108 college hours or comparable credit obtained in a trade or vocational school as approved by the state board;

(10) A service person who holds 120 college hours or comparable credit obtained in a trade or vocational school as approved by the state board.

(d) An additional $40 per month also is added to the minimum monthly pay of each service person for each of the following:

(1) A service person who holds an associate’s degree;

(2) A service person who holds a bachelor’s degree;

(3) A service person who holds a master’s degree;

(4) A service person who holds a doctorate degree.

(e) An additional $11 per month is added to the minimum monthly pay of each service person for each of the following:

(1) A service person who holds a bachelor’s degree plus 15 college hours;

(2) A service person who holds a master’s degree plus 15 college hours;

(3) A service person who holds a master’s degree plus 30 college hours;

(4) A service person who holds a master’s degree plus 45 college hours; and

(5) A service person who holds a master’s degree plus 60 college hours.

(f) To meet the objective of salary equity among the counties, each service person is paid an equity supplement, as set forth in §18A-4-5 of this code, of $164 per month, subject to the provisions of that section. These payments: (i) Are in addition to any amounts prescribed in the applicable State Minimum Pay Scale Pay Grade, any specific additional amounts prescribed in this section and article and any county supplement in effect in a county pursuant to §18A-4-5b of this code; (ii) are paid in equal monthly installments; and (iii) are considered a part of the state minimum salaries for service personnel.

(g) When any part of a school service person’s daily shift of work is performed between the hours of 6:00 p. m. and 5:00 a. m. the following day, the employee is paid no less than an additional $10 per month and one half of the pay is paid with local funds.

(h) Any service person required to work on any legal school holiday is paid at a rate one and one-half times the person’s usual hourly rate.

(i) Any full-time service personnel required to work in excess of their normal working day during any week which contains a school holiday for which they are paid is paid for the additional hours or fraction of the additional hours at a rate of one and one-half times their usual hourly rate and paid entirely from county board funds.

(j) A service person may not have his or her daily work schedule changed during the school year without the employee’s written consent and the person’s required daily work hours may not be changed to prevent the payment of time and one-half wages or the employment of another employee.

(k) The minimum hourly rate of pay for extra duty assignments as defined in §18A-4-8b of this code is no less than one seventh of the person’s daily total salary for each hour the person is involved in performing the assignment and paid entirely from local funds: Provided, That an alternative minimum hourly rate of pay for performing extra duty assignments within a particular category of employment may be used if the alternate hourly rate of pay is approved both by the county board and by the affirmative vote of a two-thirds majority of the regular full-time persons within that classification category of employment within that county: Provided, however, That the vote is by secret ballot if requested by a service person within that classification category within that county. The salary for any fraction of an hour the employee is involved in performing the assignment is prorated accordingly. When performing extra duty assignments, persons who are regularly employed on a one-half day salary basis shall receive the same hourly extra duty assignment pay computed as though the person were employed on a full-day salary basis.

(l) The minimum pay for any service personnel engaged in the removal of asbestos material or related duties required for asbestos removal is their regular total daily rate of pay and no less than an additional $3 per hour or no less than $5 per hour for service personnel supervising asbestos removal responsibilities for each hour these employees are involved in asbestos-related duties. Related duties required for asbestos removal include, but are not limited to, travel, preparation of the work site, removal of asbestos, decontamination of the work site, placing and removal of equipment and removal of structures from the site. If any member of an asbestos crew is engaged in asbestos-related duties outside of the employee’s regular employment county, the daily rate of pay is no less than the minimum amount as established in the employee’s regular employment county for asbestos removal and an additional $30 per each day the employee is engaged in asbestos removal and related duties. The additional pay for asbestos removal and related duties shall be payable entirely from county funds. Before service personnel may be used in the removal of asbestos material or related duties, they shall have completed a federal Environmental Protection Act-approved training program and be licensed. The employer shall provide all necessary protective equipment and maintain all records required by the Environmental Protection Act.

(m) For the purpose of qualifying for additional pay as provided in §18A-5-8 of this code, an aide is considered to be exercising the authority of a supervisory aide and control over pupils if the aide is required to supervise, control, direct, monitor, escort, or render service to a child or children when not under the direct supervision of a certified professional person within the classroom, library, hallway, lunchroom, gymnasium, school building, school grounds, or wherever supervision is required. For purposes of this section, “under the direct supervision of a certified professional person” means that certified professional person is present, with and accompanying the aide.

 

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