Operations Department Sample Clauses

Operations Department. Labor Day New Year's Eve Day Thanksgiving Day New Year's Day Friday Following Thanksgiving Good Friday Christmas Eve Memorial Day Christmas Day July Fourth Division III: Student Nutrition Labor Day Day After Christmas Thanksgiving Day New Year's Eve Day Friday Following Thanksgiving New Year's Day Christmas Eve Day Good Friday Christmas Day Memorial Day Division V: Secretarial Labor Day New Year's Eve Day Thanksgiving Day New Year's Day Friday Following Thanksgiving Good Friday Christmas Eve Day Memorial Day Christmas Day July Fourth Day after Christmas
Operations Department. (i) The positions of Lead HandFleet, Licensed Automotive/Truck & Coach Technician and the Auto Service positions will work five (5) consecutive shifts alternating on three (3) shifts that change bi-weekly, 12:00 a.m. to 8:00 a.m., 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., and 4:00 p.m. to 12:00 a.m., commencing Monday morning 12:00 a.m. through Friday midnight 12:00 a.m. The Union and the City will agree to look at both ten (10) hour shifts and a Saturday day shift from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. upon the signing of this Collective Agreement to be on a trial basis for 18 months.
Operations Department. Operation Engineer, Chief (class 1 through 9); Operations Engineer, 1st Assistant (class 6 through 9); Operations Engineer, 2nd Assistant (class 6 through 8); Operations Pool (class 0 through 5); Elevator Operator (class 2-Freight); Preventative Maintenance Engineer; stationary Engineer (class 1-4); Stationary Engineer, Assistant; Security, which includes: Lead Security, class 1 through 4 and Security/Utility Pool; Technicians and Repairmen which includes: Lead Technician, Tech 1, Tech 2, Telecommunications installer, and Equipment Processor; Central Stores (class 1 through 3); Media Services (class 2).
Operations Department i. Manager of Operations;
Operations Department. Labor Day New Year's Eve Day Thanksgiving Day New Year's Day Friday Following Thanksgiving Good Friday Christmas Eve Memorial Day Christmas Day July Fourth Division III: Student Nutrition Labor Day Day After Christmas Thanksgiving Day New Year's Eve Day Friday Following Thanksgiving New Year's Day Christmas Eve Day Good Friday Christmas Day Memorial Day Division IV: Transportation Labor Day Day before New Year's Eve Thanksgiving Day New Year's Eve Day Friday Following Thanksgiving New Year's Day Christmas Eve Day Good Friday Christmas Day Easter Monday Day After Christmas Memorial Day Division V: Secretarial Labor Day New Year's Eve Day Thanksgiving Day New Year's Day Friday Following Thanksgiving Good Friday Christmas Eve Day Memorial Day Christmas Day July Fourth Day after Christmas APPENDIX A BESPA Salary Schedule 2014‐15 Division I Paraprofessionals Start 11.13 2 yrs. 11.95 4yrs. 12.84 6 yrs. 13.15 8 yrs. 14.31 Sign Language Interpreters Start 22.00 Division II ‐ Operations Maintenance 17.48 Maintenance II 19.67 Locksmith 19.67 Division III ‐ Student Nutrition Production Manager 16.18 Student Nutrition Coordinator 16.18 Head Xxxx/Head Xxxxx 15.35 Student Nutrition Technician 13.94 Student Nutrition Manager 13.94 Student Nutrition Assistant 11.48 Special Events 14.26 (215 days) Student Nutrition Driver 16.18 Division IV – Transportation Probationary 12.98 1st & 2nd year 14.09 3rd year 17.72 Field Trips 13.97 Midday/Noon (flat rate) 25.20 Driver/Trainer: Year 1 = Plus $.25 after completion ofTrain the TrainerYear 2 = Plus $.50 on top of current hourly rate Year 3 = Plus $1.00 on top of current hourly rate Field trips = Regular rate of driver pay only Noon/Midday = Regular rate of driver pay only Transportation Dispatcher Start 14.25 2nd year 15.84 3rd year 17.41 Division V ‐ Secretarial Business Office Start 17.10 2 years 18.00 3 years 19.11 4 years 20.35 General Ledger Accountant Payroll Accountant Start 20.35 2 years 21.43 3 years 22.79 4 years 24.23 Fringe Benefits Specialist Start 18.72 2 years 19.72 3 years 20.95 4 years 22.29 Class I‐A: Computer Services Support Technician Start 2 years 3 years 4 years 22.54 Class I‐B: Computer Technician Start 15.36 2 years 16.24 3 years 17.13 4 years 18.19 Class I: Asst. Super. Sec. Start 14.14 Athletic Director Sec. 2 years 15.18 3 years 16.09 4 years 16.96 5 years 18.06 6 years 19.52 Bookkeepers: APPENDIX B DIVISION CLASSIFICATIONS Classification for purposes of this Agreement shall refer to the following d...
Operations Department. 15.01.1 The normal workweek shall consist of five (5) consecutive eight (8) hour shifts for a total of forty (40) hours per week. No eight (8) hour shifts shall be spread over a period longer than eight and one half (8.5) hour, with one half (1/2) hour off for lunch in any twenty-four (24) hour day. Every 'employee shall be allowed two (2) consecutive rest days per week. Every employee shall be allowed one weekend off per month. The Operations Clerk normal workweek shall consist of five (5) eight (8) hour shifts Monday to Friday inclusive between 0700 hours and 1500 hours.
Operations Department. 1. Effective January 1, 2016, the salary range for Custodian/Repairpersons and Repairpersons will be $53,300-$67,650.
Operations Department. Other than when the City uses casual employees for purposes of snow removal and related activities, the maximum number of casual employees the City may have at work in the Works Department at any one time is three (3).
Operations Department. G. Paid Coverage during Leaves of Absence: The CCBDD will provide up to three months of paid health benefits to a staff member on an unpaid leave of absence, if the staff member, spouse, or dependent(s) has been hospitalized at least two days within the past 90 days and the leave is related to the hospitalization or otherwise qualifies for FMLA leave. A staff member may benefit from this provision only once per year.
Operations Department. The Company Representative will first ask qualified employees to fill the temporary assignment. If there are no qualified volunteers, Tthe Company Representative can appoint 1 employees up to 18 months in advance of future turnaround activities. 6 weeks prior to the start of a Turnaround and 2 employees per shift during the Turnaround. The Company Representative will determine the duties and work schedule of the temporary assignments. Employees on a temporary assignment will receive 7% four dollars and twenty‐five cents ($4.25) pay above their hourly wage during the length of the assignment. The following two limits applyies except during turnarounds, shutdowns, and plant emergencies. Individual temporary assignments will not exceed 180 calendar days per year. No more than 2 people from each Area can be on a temporary assignment at the same time. An employee on temporary assignment will be removed from their respective classification for purposes of determining vacation and will not be eligible count as having the lowest seniority on the volunteer overtime sign up list for any week they are on temporary assignment for classification overtime. The employee will be listed on the weekly schedule and continue to accumulate seniority. The employee appointed to a temporary assignment will retain their status as a bargaining unit member. Operators forced into a temporary assignment will not be required to supervise (i.e., recommend or impose discipline on) other bargaining unit personnel; provided that nothing in this provision limits those operators forced into a temporary assignment from providing work assignments and work direction to bargaining unit personnel at any time.