School Year Employment Sample Clauses

School Year Employment. If an employee is employed on the basis of a school year and such employment contemplates absences from the State payroll during the summer months or vacation periods scheduled by the Appointing Authority which occur during the regular school year, the employee shall nonetheless remain eligible for an Employer Contribution, provided that the employee appears on the regular payroll for at least one (1) working day in the payroll period immediately preceding such absences.
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School Year Employment. If a supervisor is employed on the basis of a school year and such employment contemplates absences from the State payroll during the summer months or vacation periods scheduled by the Appointing Authority which occur during the regular school year, the supervisor shall nonetheless remain eligible for an Employer Contribution, provided that the supervisor appears on the regular payroll for at least one (1) working day in the payroll period immediately preceding such absences.
School Year Employment. If a teacher is employed on the basis of a school year and such employment contemplates absences from the State payroll during the summer months or vacation periods scheduled by the Appointing Authority which occur during the regular school year, the teacher shall nonetheless remain eligible for an Employer Contribution, provided that the teacher appears on the regular payroll for at least one (1) working day in the payroll period immediately preceding such absences.
School Year Employment. If a nurse is employed on the basis of a school year and such employment contemplates absences from the State payroll during the summer months or vacation periods scheduled by the Appointing Authority which occur during the regular school year, the nurse shall nonetheless remain eligible for an Employer Contribution, provided that the nurse appears on the regular payroll for at least one (1) working day in the payroll period immediately preceding such absences.
School Year Employment. If a teacher is employed on the basis of a school year and 7 such employment contemplates absences from the State payroll during the summer months 8 or vacation periods scheduled by the Appointing Authority which occur during the regular 9 school year, the teacher shall nonetheless remain eligible for an Employer Contribution, 10 provided that the teacher appears on the regular payroll for at least one (1) working day in 11 the payroll period immediately preceding such absences.
School Year Employment. It is agreed that the Employer may hire, promote and on a voluntary basis, transfer employees into certain positions that will be considered "school year employment". The school year shall be considered to be ten (10) months plus up to four (4) weeks. These positions shall be subject to the Collective Agreement with the following additional special conditions: Sick Leave Sick Leave shall be calculated at two (2) days per month in accordance with the Sick Leave Plan, days per year, to a maximum accumulation of two hundred (200) days for ten (10) month staff and two hundred and twenty (220) days for ten (10) month plus four (4) week staff.
School Year Employment. Italicized items indicates
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School Year Employment. It is agreed that the Employer may hire, promote and on a voluntary basis, transfer employees into certain positions that will be considered "school year employment". The school year shall be considered to be ten (10) months plus up to four (4) weeks. These positions shall be subject to the Collective Agreement with the following additional special conditions:
School Year Employment. It is agreed that the Employer may hire, promote and on a voluntary basis, transfer employees into certain positions that will be considered year The school year shall be considered to be ten (10) months plus up to four (4) weeks. These positions shall be subject to the Collective Agreement with the following additional special conditions: Sick Leave Sick Leave shall be calculatedat days per month in with the Leave Plan, days per year, a maximum accumulation of days for months staff and days for month plus week staff. Experience and Increments Effective June all employeeswill receive increment increases on the basis of continuous service. Vacations Vacation pay entitlement shall be added to each regular pay. Up to two (2) years four (4) percent annually

Related to School Year Employment

  • Outside Employment Employees may engage in other employment outside of their State working hours so long as the outside employment does not involve a conflict of interest with their State employment. Whenever it appears that any such outside employment might constitute a conflict of interest, the employee is expected to consult with his/her appointing authority or other appropriate agency representative prior to engaging in such outside employment. Employees of agencies where there are established procedures concerning outside employment for the purpose of insuring compliance with specific statutory restrictions on outside employment are expected to comply with such procedures.

  • Re-employment An employee who resigns her position and within sixty (60) days is re-employed, shall be granted a leave of absence without pay covering those days absent and shall retain all previous rights in relation to seniority and other fringe benefits subject to any benefit plan eligibility requirements.

  • Part-Time Employment (a) A part-time employee is an employee who is engaged to work less than full-time hours of an average of 38 hours per week and has reasonably predictable hours of work.

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