ASPA


Family Phase Minimum Target Point Maximum
Instructional 1 $48,334 $62,503 $75,523
2 $62,850 $79,338 $98,205
Information Technology 1 $48,334 $62,503 $75,523
2 $62,850 $79,338 $98,205
3 $79,448 $102,734 $132,331
Managerial 1 $48,334 $62,503 $75,523
2 $62,850 $79,338 $98,205
3 $79,448 $102,734 $132,331
Specialist Professional 1 $48,334 $62,503 $75,523
2 $62,850 $79,338 $98,205
3 $79,448 $102,734 $132,331
Operational Administrative 1 $42,207 $52,594 $66,902
Family Phase Minimum Target Point Maximum
Instructional 1 $47,386 $61,277 $74,042
2 $61,618 $77,782 $96,279
Information Technology 1 $47,386 $61,277 $74,042
2 $61,618 $77,782 $96,279
3 $77,890 $100,720 $129,736
Managerial 1 $47,386 $61,277 $74,042
2 $61,618 $77,782 $96,279
3 $77,890 $100,720 $129,736
Specialist Professional 1 $47,386 $61,277 $74,042
2 $61,618 $77,782 $96,279
3 $77,890 $100,720 $129,736
Operational Administrative 1 $41,379 $51,563 $65,590
Family Phase Minimum Target Point Maximum
Instructional 1 $46,457 $60,075 $72,590
2 $60,410 $76,257 $94,391
Information Technology 1 $46,457 $60,075 $72,590
2 $60,410 $76,257 $94,391
3 $76,363 $98,745 $127,192
Managerial 1 $46,457 $60,075 $72,590
2 $60,410 $76,257 $94,391
3 $79,448 $98,745 $127,192
Specialist Professional 1 $46,457 $60,075 $72,590
2 $60,410 $76,257 $94,391
3 $76,363 $98,745 $127,192
Operational Administrative 1 $40,568 $50,552 $64,304

CUPE 1975



Phase 

Minimum Hourly Midpoint Maximum Hourly Minimum Monthly (35 hrs/week) Maximum Monthly (35 hrs/week) Minimum Monthly (38 hrs/week) Maximum Monthly (38 hrs/week) Regular Increment*
1 15.25 16.78 18.30 2,314.92 2,775.50 2,511.17 3,013.40 2%
2 18.65 20.51 22.37 2,828.58 3,392.78 3,071.03 3,683.59 2%
3 19.73 21.71 23.68 2,992.38 3,591.47 3,248.87 3,899.31 2%
4 21.36 25.09 28.84 3,239.60 4,374.07 3,517.28 4,748.99 2%
5 26.28 30.84 35.43 3,985.80 5,373.55 4,327.44 5,834.14 2%
6 30.98 36.40 41.82 4,698.63 6,342.70 5,101.37 6,886.36 2%

* Refer to Article 11.3

Phase 

Minimum Hourly Midpoint Maximum Hourly Minimum Monthly (35 hrs/week) Maximum Monthly (35 hrs/week) Minimum Monthly (38 hrs/week) Maximum Monthly (38 hrs/week) Regular Increment*
1 14.95 16.95 17.95 2,267.42 2,720.90 2,461.77 2,954.12 2%
2 18.28 20.11 21.93 2,772.47 3,326.05 3,010.11 3,611.14 2%
3 19.34 21.28 23.22 2,933.23 3,521.70 3,184.65 3,823.56 2%
4 20.94 24.60 28.27 3,175.90 4,287.62 3,448.12 4,655.13 2%
5 25.76 30.24 34.74 3,906.93 5,268.90 4,241.81 5,720.52 2%
6 30.37 35.69 41.00 4,606.12 6,2018.33 5,000.93 6,751.33 2%

* Refer to Article 11.3

Phase 

Minimum Hourly Midpoint Maximum Hourly Minimum Monthly (35 hrs/week) Maximum Monthly (35 hrs/week) Minimum Monthly (38 hrs/week) Maximum Monthly (38 hrs/week) Regular Increment*
1
14.66 16.13 17.59 2,223.43 2,667.82 2,414.01 2,896.49 2%
2
17.92 19.72 21.50 2,717.87 3,260.83 2,950.83 3,540.33 2%
3
18.96 20.86 22.76 2,875.60 3,451.93 3,122.08 3,747.81 2%
4
20.53 24.12 27.72 3,113.72 4,204.20 3,380.61 4,564.56 2%
5
25.25 29.65 34.06 3,829.58 5,165.77 4,157.83 5,608.55 2%
6
29.77 34.99 40.20 4,515.12 6,097.00 4,902.13 6,619.60 2%

* Refer to Article 11.3

CUPE 3287

Sessional Lecturers

September 1, 2018

  • 2.0% adjustment to stipend
Basic Stipend Vacation Pay (5/52) Professional Allowance Total Stipend
Level I
September 1, 2016 $6,214.32 $597.53 $110.00 $6,921.85
September 1, 2017 $6,323.07 $607.99 $110.00 $7,041.06
September 1, 2018 $6,449.53 $620.15 $110.00 $7,179.68
Level II
September 1, 2016 $6,474.52 $622.55 $110.00 $7,207.07
September 1, 2017 $6,587.83 $633.44 $110.00 $7,331.27
September 1, 2018 $6,719.59 $646.11 $110.00 $7,475.70
Level III
September 1, 2016 $6,734.73 $647.57 $110.00 $7,492.30
September 1, 2017 $6,852.58 $658.90 $110.00 $7,621.48
September 1, 2018 $6,989.63 $672.08 $110.00 $7,771.71

Level I: Sessional lecturers who have accumulated zero (0) up to five (5) (but not equal to five (5)) service points.
Level II: Sessional lecturers who have accumulated five (5) up to ten (10) (but not equal to ten (10)) service points.
Level III: Sessional lecturers who have accumulated ten (10) or more service points and retired faculty members appointed as sessional lecturers.
• Each service point represents six (6) credit units of teaching as a sessional lecturer or teaching twelve (12) students as an applied music instructor. (See Service Points – Definitions).
• Mid-course adjustments will occur if a sessional lecturer reaches the service equivalent to the next level while teaching a six (6) credit unit course.

September 1, 2017

  • 1.75% adjustment to stipend

September 1, 2016

  • 1.5% adjustment to stipend
  • 1/52 additional vacation pay – total 5/52
  • New benefits package as outlined in Article 34

September 1, 2015

  • 1.5% adjustment to stipend
Basic Stipend Vacation Pay (4/52) Professional Allowance Total Stipend
Level I
September 1, 2014 $6,032.00 $464.00 $110.00 $6,606.00
September 1, 2015 $6,122.48 $470.96 $110.00 $6,703.44
Level II
September 1, 2014 $6,284.57 $483.43 $110.00 $6,878.00
September 1, 2015 $6,378.84 $490.68 $110.00 $6,979.52
Level III
September 1, 2014 $6,537.14 $502.86 $110.00 $7,150.00
September 1, 2015 $6,635.20 $510.40 $110.00 $7,255.60

September 1, 2014

  • 0% adjustment to stipend
  • $300 signing bonus per three (3) credit unit course

Applied Music Instructors

September 1, 2018

  • 2.0% adjustment to stipend
Weekly Rate of Pay per Student Vacation Pay (5/52) Professional Allowance Total Stipend
Level I
September 1, 2016 $64.77 $6.23 $0.71 $71.71
September 1, 2017 $65.90 $6.34 $0.71 $72.95
September 1, 2018 $67.22 $6.46 $0.71 $74.40
Level II
September 1, 2016 $67.47 $6.49 $0.71 $74.67
September 1, 2017 $68.65 $6.60 $0.71 $75.96
September 1, 2018 $70.02 $6.73 $0.71 $$77.47
Level III
September 1, 2016 $70.22 $6.75 $0.71 $77.68
September 1, 2017 $71.45 $6.87 $0.71 $79.03
September 1, 2018 $6,989.63 $672.08 $0.71 $7,771.71

September 1, 2017

  • 1.75% adjustment to stipend

September 1, 2016

  • 1.5% adjustment to stipend
  • 1/52 additional vacation pay – total 5/52
  • New benefits package as outlined in Article 34

September 1, 2015

  • 1.5% adjustment to stipend
Weekly Rate of Pay per Student Vacation Pay (4/52) Professional Allowance Total Stipend
Level I
September 1, 2014 $62.87 $4.84 $0.71 $68.42
September 1, 2015 $63.81 $4.91 $0.71 $69.43
Level II
September 1, 2014 $65.49 $5.04 $0.71 $71.24
September 1, 2015 $66.47 $5.11 $0.71 $72.30
Level III
September 1, 2014 $68.16 $5.24 $0.71 $74.11
September 1, 2015 $69.18 $5.32 $0.71 $75.21

September 1, 2014

  • 0% adjustment to stipend
  • $300 signing bonus per three (3) credit unit course

Exempt

Effective March 1, 2018 to February 28, 2019

Annual salary ranges for each salary band are provided in the table below. Salaries are reviewed on an annual basis. Position placement within a salary band is determined by the market rate for each position.

Salary Band Minimum Maximum
1 $39,000 $64,400
2 $49,500 $81,750
3 $66,000 $109,000
4 $87,000 $145,750
5 $112,500 $188,500

PSAC – Graduate Students



Effective September 1, 2018 $20.04
Effective September 1, 2017 $19.64
Effective September 1, 2016 $19.26
Effective September 1, 2015 $18.88
The employer shall pay a $150 signing bonus to each member who has worked at any point between May 2017 and April 2018. This amount shall be paid no later than June 2018.

A graduate student assistant is a person enrolled in a graduate program and employed by the University or by a faculty member in a role of academic support, research support, or in support of the student’s academic program. All registered graduate students employed by the University as teaching assistants, teaching fellows, student assistants and research assistants are included in the Public Service Alliance of Canada (PSAC) Local 40004 bargaining unit.

Pay Notes

Where there is any increase payable to an employee who has received a commitment of any form of compensation which contains components of non-employment income and employment income (e.g. scholarship with service or a Graduate Teaching Fellowship), any additional compensation pursuant to this agreement shall be paid in addition to the current compensation package. For further clarity, the employer shall not reallocate any additional employment compensation paid pursuant to this agreement to the detriment of non-employment compensation.

RDOS

Pay Level January 1, 2015 January 1, 2016
January 1, 2017
PGY1 $57,609 $58,416 $59,234
PGY2 $62,827 $63,707 $64,599
PGY3 $68,040 $68,993 $69,959
PGY4 $73,231 $74,256 $75,296
PGY5 $78,384 $79,481 $80,594
PGY6 $83,524 $84,693 $85,879
  • Effective January 1, 2015: increase all levels by 1.4% retroactive to any Resident in Program at the time
  • Effective January 1, 2016: increase all levels by 1.4% retroactive to any Resident in Program at the time
  • Effective January 1, 2017: increase all levels by 1.4% retroactive to any Resident in Program at the time

Effective January 1, 2014

  • increase all levels by 1.9%

USFA


Floor CDI Value Number of CDIs for Rank CDI Ceiling Overlap Ceiling With Special Increases
Professor $130,925 $3,136 7 $152,877 - Unlimited
Associate Professor $112,109 $3,136 6 $130,925 $137,197 Unlimited
Assistant Professor $93,293 $3,136 6 $112,109 $118,381 Unlimited
Lecturer $77,613 $3,136 7 $99,565 - Unlimited
Librarian $112,109 $3,136 8 $137,197 - Unlimited
Associate Librarian $93,293 $3,136 6 $112,109 $118,381 Unlimited
Assistant Librarian $77,613 $3,136 5 $93,293 $99,565 Unlimited
Floor CDI Value Number of CDIs for Rank CDI Ceiling Overlap Ceiling With Special Increases
Professor $127,420 $3,052 7 $148,784 - Unlimited
Associate Professor $109,108 $3,052 6 $127,420 $133,524 Unlimited
Assistant Professor 90,796 $3,052 6 $109,108 $115,212 Unlimited
Lecturer $75,536 $3,052 7 $96,900 - Unlimited
Librarian $109,108 $3,052 8 $133,524 - Unlimited
Associate Librarian $90,796 $3,052 6 $109,108 $115,212 Unlimited
Assistant Librarian $75,536 $3,052 5 $90,796 $96,900 Unlimited
Floor CDI Value Number of CDIs for Rank CDI Ceiling Ceiling With Special Increases
Professor $124,618 $2,985 7 $145,513 - Unlimited
Associate Professor $106,708 $2,985 6 $124,618 $130,588 Unlimited
Assistant Professor $88,798 $2,985 6 $106,708 $112,678 Unlimited
Lecturer   $73,873 $2,985 7 $94,768 - Unlimited
Librarian $106,708 $2,985 8 $130,588 - Unlimited
Associate Librarian $88,798 $2,985 6 $106,708 $112,678 Unlimited
Assistant Librarian $73,873 $2,985 5 $88,798 $94,768 Unlimited

Undergraduate Students

Undergraduate Student Assistant Rates

Student May 1, 2017 Hourly Rate Semi-Monthly Rate
(Summer based on 40 hours/week)
First Year $11.69 $1,013.13
Second Year $12.18 $1,055.60
Third Year $13.56 $1,175.20
Fourth Year $14.81 $1,283.53
Fifth Year $15.76 $1,365.87

A student assistant is a person enrolled in an undergraduate program and employed by the University or by a faculty member in a role of academic support or in support of the student’s academic program. The duties allocated to such student assistants may include work in classrooms and laboratories, fieldwork, marking and supervision of course assignments, assisting with research projects and other types of work related to their academic programs. Normally, such employment is on a part-time basis during the winter months and on a full-time basis during the summer months.

The minimum rate is intended for students with little experience. Increments are recommended to recognize each additional year of experience and/or education as determined by the employing department. Effective September 1, 2015, a broad range model was introduced allowing flexibility in pay rates, as long as the rate is within the given broad range. If, in the opinion of the employing department or where special circumstances exist, a request for an exception beyond the maximum rate may be made to Human Resources. If such exceptions are agreed to, and result in higher rates being paid, departmental budgets must absorb the additional cost.

Casual/Term employees

Effective January 1, 2018, all student employment must be classified as either a TERM (fixed or average hours) or CASUAL (submitting hours). There is no longer an option to appoint casuals with fixed standard hours.

A CASUAL appointment is where there are no established hours per week and the student will submit the hours they work through online time reporting after each shift. Typically these employees will be paid on the hourly pay cycle.

A TERM appointment is where the student is consistently working the same average hours each week with no variation. These employees do not report their hours and they will be paid on the salaried pay cycle.

In instances where there is both casual and term appointments, they will be paid on the salaried pay cycle. 

Term Undergraduate Student Assistant Rates

The term rates are intended for students who are generally hired on a full-time basis over the summer months. 

The term rates shown are based on a student assistant employed full-time at 40 hours per week (i.e. Semi-monthly rate = hourly rate x hours/week x 52 weeks divided by 24 pay periods).

The 1st year rate is intended for students who have completed one year of university. Additional increments are recommended to recognize each additional year of education and/or experience that is deemed relevant, as determined by the employing department. For example, a student who has completed one year of university could receive $1,013.13/pay period. Likewise, a student who has completed five years of university would typically receive $1,365.87/pay period. However, a student who has completed three years of university who also has previous related work experience or education could receive up to $1,365.87/pay period.

In addition, all term students employed in the summer months are entitled to vacation pay at the rate of 3/52nds of total earnings, or time off in lieu of pay. 

Casual Undergraduate Student Assistant Rates (Fall/Winter Employment)

The hour rates are intended for students who are generally hired from September to April.
  • The 1st year rate is intended for students who are in the first year of their university program. Additional increments are recommended to recognize each additional year of education and/or experience that is deemed relevant, as determined by the employing department. For example, a student in their first year of university could receive $11.69/hour. Likewise, a student in their fifth year of university would typically receive $15.76/hour. However, a student in their fourth year of university who also has previous related work experience or education could receive up to $15.76/hour. 
  • In addition, all hourly student employees are entitled to vacation pay at the rate of 3/52nds of total earnings as well as 3.8% statutory holiday pay.