Powerpoint notes on the layout and use of Chartfields on the S-contract and Grad Non-Contract Pay forms are at: http://www.udel.edu/HRSystemsAdmin/Chartfields_files/v3_document.htm
Faculty (regular and supplemental) and Professional Staff:
All instructional staff except for graduate students must be paid on the PeopleSoft UD web forms S-contract at http://www.udel.edu/webforms. Before an S-contract can be made, the instructor must exist in the PeopleSoft system. If they are new employees a HR Job Data (New Hire JED) must be completed first.
The following S-Contract fields and values pertain for the Fall Semester:
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|All Graduate Students (full-time and part-time) must be paid on the
semi-monthly payroll. They can no longer be paid on the bi-weekly payroll,
but must use either a JED or the electronic
Graduate Student non-Contract
Pay form as described below.
US citizens who are students may work no more than 40-hrs/week
within the University. For purposes of equating course teaching assignments
to the weekly limit, use the following conversions. In Fall or Spring,
four courses of three-credits each are considered equivalent to 40-hrs/week.
In the Winter Session, two three-credit courses are considered equivalent
to 40-hrs/week. In summer that 40-hr/wk limit equates to 12-credits' teaching
across the entire summer. A maximum allowable teaching load would then
Non-US citizens, according to DHS regulations, are limited during
the Fall and Spring semesters to working 20-hrs/week within the University.
For purposes of equating course teaching assignments to the weekly limit,
use the following conversions. In Fall or Spring, two courses of three-credits
each are considered equivalent to 20-hrs/week. In the Winter Session the
limit is 40-hrs/week and two three-credit courses are considered equivalent
to 40-hrs/week. In the Summer Session all students are limited to teaching
no more than 12 cr across the entire summer. A maximum teaching schedule
for non-US citizens would then be:
On-contract, full-time faculty teaching overloads (including Continuing Education, Special Sessions, and other overload teaching) are paid 2.25% per credit hour of their base academic year salary within the bounds of the "Floor" and "Ceiling" rates in the table below.
Payments for full-time faculty on 12-month appointments and for
12-month professional staff who hold a secondary faculty rank are
paid based on their salary adjusted to a 9-month basis as
(12-month "Annual Rate") x 9/11 = (Academic Year basis)
then determine 2.25% per credit and apply the Floor and Ceiling boundaries below.
Example: ($70,000 12-month-base) x 9/11 = ($57,273 as 9-month-base)... x 2.25% = $1288.64 per credit.
All professionals without a secondary academic rank will be paid at the floor rate for the rank for which they are qualified. Off-campus faculty are paid at the floor rate. Normally, their level will be that of "Instructor". If off-campus faculty hold a higher rank at another institution, or are otherwise particularly qualified for payment at a rank above Instructor, the academic department should contact the unit sponsoring the S-contract (Dean's office, Continuing Studies, or Special Sessions).
|OVERLOAD COMPENSATION SCHEDULE*
(Applies to Overload, Continuing Studies and Special Sessions)**
Effective September 1, 2012
|1 cr||2 cr||3 cr||4 cr***||1 cr||2 cr||3 cr||4 cr***|
|footnotes:||*||Rate applies to regular or part-time faculty teaching at his/her regular campus location or workplace or location within 50 miles round trip between instructor residence and course location. Add $100 if instructor travels 51-100 miles round trip between instructor residence and course location; add $200 if instructor travels more than 100 miles between residence and course location. Incremental payment for instruction at distance locations is based on extra commuting time incurred for such instruction.|
|**||Any additional reimbursement for travel must be arranged in advance through the unit funding the overload.|
|***||Applies only if one instructor is teaching both lecture and laboratory of a 4-credit course. If laboratory is taught by different instructor, the lecturer receives the 3-credit course rate and the laboratory instructor the 1-credit rate.|
|****||Ceilings will be recomputed based upon actual 2012-13 average salaries by rank (excluding instructors) no later than January 20 of each respective year.|
The following rates are paid for teaching UD Online/Distance Learning Courses:
|Rank||Rate (per student-credit-hour)|
Faculty and Chairs will be able to track course enrollments throughout the registration period. It may be necessary to wait until late in the registration process to determine final salary amounts. In fairness to both students and faculty, decisions about canceling should be made as early as possible.