Bilingual Differential Sample Clauses

Bilingual Differential. When formally assigned in the employee’s position description, an employee assigned to interpret to or from another language to English will receive a differential of five percent (5%) of base pay.
Bilingual Differential. A differential of five percent (5%) over base rate will be paid to employees required to be proficient and use bilingual skills (i.e., interpretation and translation to and from English to another foreign language). Such skills must be a condition of employment as established by management. The interpretation and translation skills must be assigned and contained in an employee’s individual position’s position description. The decision to assign bilingual duties to an employee is at the sole discretion of management.
Bilingual Differential. A differential of five percent (5%) over base rate will be paid to employees in positions which specifically require bilingual skills (i.e., translation to and from English to another foreign language or the use of sign language*) as a condition of employment. The interpretation and translation skills must be assigned and contained in the employee’s statement of duties. *NOTE: This differential will be paid to School for the Deaf employees excluding intermittents whose assignments require the use of sign language. Such payment will be made in accordance with the level of proficiency assigned by management, beginning the first day of the month following the employee’s successful evaluation of the expected sign skill level for his/her position. Employees in the other Agencies will be paid this differential only when such bilingual sign requirements are assigned.
Bilingual Differential. When formally assigned in writing, an employee assigned to interpret to or from another language to English will receive a differential of five percent (5%) of base pay. Effective six (6) months from the date this agreement is signed, employees officially assigned in writing will be required to pass a standardized to test to become eligible for this differential.
Bilingual Differential a. A Bilingual Differential consisting of twenty-five (25) dollars per week payable at one-fifth (1/5) per day for each full tour worked when being assigned to speak in a foreign language to customers is the preponderance of duties for the following employees:
Bilingual Differential. A regular employee shall be paid a long-term salary differential for using bilingual skills upon certification from the appropriate superintendent or division or branch head that in addition to regular duties of the class, the employee is frequently called upon to speak, interpret, and write a non-English language or to converse fluently in a non- English language. In order to qualify for a bilingual differential, the employee must meet English and non-English language proficiency standards prescribed by the Personnel Commission. Such English and non-English language proficiency standards shall include required reading, writing, and/or oral communication abilities which must be satisfactorily demonstrated pursuant to District examination procedures.
Bilingual Differential. A. When formally assigned in writing, an employee assigned to interpret to or from another language to English will receive a differential of five percent (5%) over the base rate per month. Employees will be required to pass an Agency standardized test at seventy-five percent (75%) to become or remain eligible for this differential. Employees will not lose bilingual pay until the Agency has implemented and offered the standardized test and fail the examination or meet conditions under subsection (c).
Bilingual Differential a. When the Agency formally assigns in writing bilingual duties to a certified employee, the employee will receive a five percent (5%) differential above his/her base pay. The assignment shall have start and anticipated end dates (if any) noted on the written assignment form. However, at no time shall an employee be expected to provide bilingual translation or interpreting unless assigned in writing and provided the differential. Bilingual duties shall include to read, speak, translate and interpret from English to another language or from another language to English. Employees officially assigned in writing will be required to pass a standardized test to be eligible for this differential.
Bilingual Differential. Classroom teachers who are assigned to work as a teacher in a bilingual setting in which the second language is a requirement of daily instructional delivery shall receive a differential of 4% per year based on the rate of MA+0, step 4. This does not include world language teachers.
Bilingual Differential. The Employer shall be solely responsible for determining the need for employees who speak a second language and how many such employees are required. When the Employer has made that determination, the specific language(s) needed will be posted and non-probationary full-time employees who believe they are eligible may apply in writing to the Director of Human Resources. Employees determined to be eligible by the Employer will be given a proficiency examination chosen by the Employer. The proficiency examination may be given on a periodic basis according to a schedule determined by the Employer. Employees receiving this premium may be required, at the Employer’s discretion, to be re-tested annually to continue to receive the premium. The amount of the differential shall be seventy dollars ($70) per month for a regular full-time employee.