Ordinarily Sample Clauses

Ordinarily an individual faculty member’s full load shall be thirty LHEs during the regular academic year, which consists of the fall and spring Semesters. The portion of the full load that occurs in (or is assigned to, in the case of interim terms) each semester is called the base load for that semester. Spring Base Load is 30 LHE's minus Fall Base Load. For example, a Fall Base Load of 17 LHE's might be assigned, making the Spring Base Load 13 LHE's. An individual faculty member who is required by the College to acquire or maintain a license and/or certification in order to perform their responsibilities at the College (e.g., Nursing) may distribute the thirty (30) LHEs of base load among the fall, spring, and summer semesters. Such a distribution will be requested by the faculty member and the Xxxx at the start of the fall term, specifying the base load in each of the three semesters, with approval from the Vice President for Academic Affairs.
Ordinarily a nurse returning from an approved non-medical leave of absence will be returned to his or her same position, department, shift and schedule. However, if a nurse would otherwise be denied a leave request, the nurse may elect to waive the right to return to the same position, department, shift and/or schedule.
Ordinarily salary scale credit shall be given for years of relevant full- time experience, as determined by the District, as follows: Experience Step 4-6 years 2 7+ years 3
Ordinarily an employee is expected to resume her duties as soon after the termination of pregnancy as her physician certifies that she is physically capable of resuming the performance of her duties. If the employee does not wish to resume her duties until a later date, she may request a personal leave without pay pursuant to Section 5 of this Article to be effective immediately following the pregnancy leave.
Ordinarily a pregnant employee shall be expected to resume her duties, subject to the provisions of Paragraph F (2) (g) above, within fifteen (15) days of the date of the delivery of the child, provided, however, that such resumption of duties is not medically contraindicated.
Ordinarily a personal leave is not granted for more than one year. If the employee needs more than one year, additional leave must be requested at least one month before the end of their original one-year leave. During an unpaid personal leave, the employee may continue their UVM insurance plans, but they must cover the full cost.
Ordinarily a pregnant teacher shall be expected to resume her duties, subject to the provisions of Paragraph E(2)(f) above, within fifteen (15) days of the date of delivery of the child, provided, however, that such resumption of duties is not medically contraindicated. This provision also is subject to leave requests made under the New Jersey Family Leave Act.
Ordinarily a teacher who has undergone hospital confinement shall be expected to resume his duties, subject to the provisions of Paragraph G.7 above, within fifteen (15) days of the date of discharge from the hospital, provided, however, that such resumption of duties is not medically contraindicated.
Ordinarily an employee is expected to continue to perform her duties until her physician certifies that she is physically incapable of performing her duties. If the employee wishes to cease performing her duties at an earlier date, she may request a personal leave without pay pursuant to Section 5 of this Article to be effective immediately prior to the pregnancy leave.