Certification Pay. Fire Dispatchers, Lead Fire Dispatchers (Terminal Class), Fire Dispatch Supervisors and Dispatcher I and II shall be required to obtain and maintain Emergency Medical Dispatch certification, and shall receive an additional 5% certification pay upon evidence of such certification. This certification pay shall be considered as part of base salary and treated as such.
Certification Pay. In accordance with applicable VH policies and procedures pertaining to certification pay, eligible employees shall be paid, an additional seventy-five cents ($0.75) per hour for hours worked provided that the employee presents the Human Resources Office with an original, valid certification that is issued by a Board or Certifying Agency that is on the VH established list (which is subject to review and change with fourteen (14) days’ notice to the Union) and a completed and signed Certification Documentation Form. VH shall pay certification pay only as long as the certification is valid and the employee is assigned to a position to which the certification is applicable. It is the employee’s responsibility to present the Human Resources Office with an original, valid certificate at least two (2) weeks prior to the lapse date of a previously submitted certificate. To be eligible for certification pay, the certification must be in addition to any certification that is required for the position held by the employee.
Certification Pay. Employees certified in a specialty area by a national or state organization and working in that area of certification shall be paid a premium of seventy-five cents ($0.75) per hour, provided the particular certification has been approved by the Vice President for the area, or designee, and further provided that the employee continues to meet all educational and other requirements to keep the certification current and in good standing. A certified employee is eligible for only one certification premium, regardless of other certifications the employee may have. Certified employees will notify their respective Director/Manager in writing at the time certification is received, providing a copy of the original certification document. Certification pay will be effective the first full pay period after the date documentation is received by the Director/Manager. Certification pay will not be paid for certifications that are not applicable to the employee’s current area of responsibility. Certification pay will not be paid for certifications that are required as a minimum qualification for their position.
Certification Pay. Employees certified by a nationally recognized specialty organization in the practice area of their primary assignment and pre-approved by KVH shall receive $1.00 per hour over their base rate for all hours worked. Maximum of two (2) certifications. Labor Management to review list of approved certifications; KVH with final say. See Appendix C for current listing of approved certifications
Certification Pay. Employees who have received and maintain a special certification in an area directly related to an employee’s assigned duties shall be compensated an additional $1.00 per hour. Certification shall be issued by a nationally certifying institution or state or federal agency. Approval of the certification specialty and the nationally certifyingDocuSign Envelope ID: 27D24925-46A0-435A-94B6-2EEDCB70266Einstitution is at the sole discretion of the department head. This Section does not apply to certification that is required as a condition of employment. Compensation for certification as provided in this Section must be approved by the department head three months prior to the test date or as soon as time allows. No employee shall be compensated for more than one certification. Newly-hired employees who hold certification as provided in this Section may receive the stipend upon successful completion of the probationary period. Education Pay - At the sole discretion of the department head, non-probationary employees who hold a degree from a college or university accredited by an agency recognized by the U.S. Department of Education in an area directly related to an employee’s assigned duties may be compensated an additional $1.50 per hour. This section does not apply to degrees that are required as a condition of employment. Licensure Pay – Clinical Therapists in Training who are licensed addiction counselors will receive $1.50 per hour licensure pay upon completion of probation. Licensed Clinical Therapists who are dually licensed may either receive $1.00 per hour for certification pay or $1.50 per hour for dual licensure pay, but not both. No employee shall be compensated more than $1.50 per hour for a degree or licensure pay. Also, an employee who receives compensation for a degree or licensure pay is not eligible for certification pay. CEU Cost Reimbursement – A Licensed Clinical Therapist may submit receipt of cost of CEUs to maintain licensure with the State of Montana. Reimbursement is limited to up to $100 per fiscal year (July 1 through June 30). Receipt for reimbursement must be provided within 90 days after attending a course and submitted to the Finance Department to be paid to the employee through Accounts Payable.
Certification Pay. 7.1 Certification Pay. Employees hired on or after July 1, 2014, shall be paid certification pay based on Appendix B. Employees who are members of the bargaining unit prior to July 1, 2014 shall not suffer a loss in pay due to restructuring and shall continue to receive at least the percentage amount of certification pay they were receiving on June 30, 2014. They are also eligible for certification pay based on Appendix B. If they are eligible for certification pay based on “grandfathered” certification and Appendix B, they will receive the higher percentage of the two. Employees shall receive the increase in their monthly salary beginning the first of the month after the City is in receipt of said certification.
Certification Pay. All full-time, part-time and per diem registered nurses who have obtained a nationally recognized nursing certification in the practice area of their primary assignment shall receive, in addition to their regular rate of pay under this Article 12, certification pay of $1.00 per hour. Effective July I, 2013, certification pay shall be $1.35 per hour. To receive this pay, the required nursing certification must be effective and be maintained. Proof of maintenance may be required at any time by the Employer. Certified nurses will notify their respective Director/Manager in writing at the time certification is received, providing a copy of the original document. Certification pay will be effective the first full pay period after the date the documentation is received by the Director/Manager. Management shall be responsible for publishing the list of approved certifications on the Nursing departmental page on the VMC website.
Certification Pay. An employee holding a specialty certification recognized by the Employer shall be paid a premium of eighty cents ($.80) per hour.Employer reserves the right to determine which professional specialty certifications will be determined eligible for certification pay. An employee may submit a specialty certification program to the Employer and request consideration for certification pay. Such submission should include a thorough program description, including but not limited to purpose, scope, term, prerequisites, duration/recertification schedule, certifying body, and mailing address. The request should be submitted to the HR Director. The Chief HR Officer shall have final decision as to whether a certification would be considered eligible for premium pay. Employees holding eligible certifications must follow Employer’s requirements for primary source verification and actively maintain the certification to receive pay. A certified employee is eligible to receive premium pay for only one certification, regardless of other certifications the employee may achieve.