FY 2015-2016 Minimum Wage Guide


FACULTY

Job Title
Academic Yr
Fiscal Yr
Instructor/Lecturer
48,340
58,240
Assistant Professor
70,255
84,880
Associate Professor
81,625
99,060
Professor
98,820
120,000

LTR/PDR

Job Title Minimum Annual Rate
Limited Term Researcher
23,660
Post Doctoral Researcher
36,360

HOURLY

State of Delaware Minimum Hourly Wage Rate

Delaware Minimum Wage 8.25/hr effective June 1, 2015



Federal Minimum Hourly Wage Rate

Federal Minimum Wage for those being paid on Federal Contracts will increase effective January 1, 2015, to $10.10/hr.

 

37.5 HOURS: GENERAL STRUCTURE

Grade Minimum Hourly 1st Quartile Mid-Point 3rd Quartile Maximum
25N $23,695 $12.15 $27,249 $30,803 $34,357 $37,911
26(N, E) $27,249 $13.97 $31,336 $35,423 $39,511 $43,598
27(N, E) $29,651 $15.21 $34,840 $40,028 $45,217 $50,406
28(N, E) $34,098 $17.49 $40,066 $46,033 $52,000 $57,967
29(N, E) $39,554 $20.28 $46,476 $53,398 $60,320 $67,242
30E $45,883 $23.53 $53,912 $61,942 $69,971 $78,001
31E $49,981 $25.63 $61,226 $72,472 $83,717 $94,963
32E $58,447 $29.99 $71,635 $84,792 $97,949 $111,107
33E $69,003 $35.39 $84,529 $100,054 $115,580 $131,106
34E $78,710 $40.36 $98,387 $118,064 $137,742 $157,419
35E $94,451 $48.44 $118,064 $141,677 $165,290 $188,903
36E $118,064 $60.55 $147,580 $177,096 $206,613 $236,129
(E) Exempt, (N) Non-exempt Position

37.5 HOURS: SELECT MARKET STRUCTURE

Grade Minimum Hourly 1st Quartile Mid-Point 3rd Quartile Maximum
27S $37,087 $19.02 $43,577 $50,068 $56,558 $63,048
28S $42,650 $21.87 $50,114 $57,578 $65,042 $72,505
29S $49,474 $25.37 $58,132 $66,790 $75,448 $84,106
30S $57,390 $29.43 $67,434 $77,477 $87,520 $97,563
31S $62,516 $32.06 $76,582 $90,648 $104,714 $118,780
32S $73,143 $37.51 $89,601 $106,058 $122,515 $138,973
33S $86,309 $44.26 $105,729 $125,148 $144,568 $163,988
34S $98,4502 $50.49 $123,063 $147,675 $172,288 $196,900
35S $118,140 $60.58 $147,675 $177,210 $206,745 $236,280
36S $147,675 $75.73 $184,594 $221,513 $258,431 $295,350
(S) Exempt Select Market Position (no Non-Exempt positions in the Select Market)

40 HOURS: GENERAL STRUCTURE

Grade Minimum Hourly 1st Quartile Mid-Point 3rd Quartile Maximum
25N $25,273 $12.15 $29,063 $32,854 $36,645 $40,436
26(N, E) $29,063 $13.97 $33,423 $37,782 $42,142 $46,501
27(N, E) $31,625 $15.20 $37,160 $42,694 $48,229 $53,736
28(N, E) $36,369 $17.49 $42,734 $49,098 $55,463 $61,827
29(N, E) $42,188 $20.28 $49,571 $56,954 $64,337 $71,720
30E $48,938 $23.53 $57,502 $66,067 $74,631 $83,195
31E $53,309 $25.63 $65,303 $77,298 $89,292 $101,287
32E $62,371 $29.99 $76,405 $90,439 $104,472 $118,506
33E $73,598 $35.38 $90,158 $106,718 $123,277 $139,837
34E $83,951 $40.36 $104,939 $125,927 $146,915 $167,902
35E $100,741 $48.43 $125,927 $151,112 $176,297 $201,483
36E $125,927 $60.54 $157,408 $188,890 $220,372 $251,853
(E) Exempt, (N) Non-exempt Position

UNDERGRADUATE STUDENT EMPLOYMENT RANGES

Effective: June 1, 2015

A student is defined as a matriculated individual who is enrolled full-or part-time in an undergraduate degree granting program of the University of Delaware.

The Office of Scholarships and Financial Aid, in coordination with the Office of Human Resources, reserves the right to review classifications of undergraduate students employed under The College Work-Study Program and to amend it when required.

These hourly wage ranges allow for increases (not to exceed $1.00 per hour) based on continuous years of employment, total hours worked, and/or merit.

Job Code 4I1006, Student Worker Class I, Hourly Rate $8.25-$8.85
These are entry-level positions that do not require prior experience. Incumbents normally receive close supervision, tasks are routine, and minimum training is required. Typical titles include:

    Attendant (parking, ticket, gate, etc.)
    Audio Assistant
    Computing Assistant I
    Farm Laborer
    Food Service Aide
    General Clerical/Aide I
    Grader/Proctor
    Laboratory Helper
    Library Assistant
    Model
    Referee
    Stage Crew
    Usher

Job Code 4I1007, Student Worker Class II, Hourly Rate $8.50-$9.25
These positions require prior knowledge and/or experience; must be able to demonstrate skills and may train others in entry level positions. Incumbents need less direct supervision. Typical titles include:

    Animal Caretaker
    Bartender B
    Cashier
    Computing Assistant II
    Custodian
    Delivery Assistant
    Driver
    Farm Assistant
    Food Service Captain
    General Clerical/Aide II
    Housing Assistant
    Student Ice Arena Monitor
    Laboratory Assistant Tutor
    Maintenance Helper
    Projectionist
    Recreation Aide
    Research Assistant I
    Teaching Assistant
    Waitperson/Busperson

Job Code 4I1008, Student Worker Class III, Hourly Rate $8.75-$9.50
These are primarily supervisory and program coordinator positions. Supervision may include assigning tasks, maintaining schedules, and reviewing the work of other student workers. Incumbents may need special certification or have responsibility for equipment inventory and building management. Typical titles include:

    Assistant Student Manager
    Intramural Supervisor
    Student Building Supervisor
    Bartender A
    Life Guard Student Aid
    Supervisor Student Manager
    Program Aide
    Student Nursing Assistant
    Computing Assistant III
    Research Assistant II
    Student Security Aide

Job Code 4I1009, Student Worker Class IV, Hourly Rate $9.50 minimum
These positions require a high level of technical or managerial skills. Positions at this level may also require special licenses, certification, or specialization in specific research areas. Typical titles include:

    Bus Driver
    Research Assistant III
    Supervisor/Bone Analysis Specialist