AFSCME – Telecommunications Salaries: 11/23/2014 Class Code Class Title Work Group Range A B C D E E478 LEAD TELEPHONE OPERATOR 1 2977 $ 1,905.60 $ 2,014.40 $ 2,130.40 $ 2,252.00 $ 2,381.60 E480 TELEPHONE OPERATOR 1 2411 $ 1,543.20 $ 1,631.20 $ 1,724.80 $ 1,824.00 $ 1,928.80 V053 TELEPHONE SVCS ANALYST 1 3639 $ 2,328.80 $ 2,462.40 $ 2,604.00 $ 2,753.60 $ 2,911.20 E477 TELEPHONE SVCS SUPVSR-E 5 3372 $ 2,158.40 $ 2,281.60 $ 2,412.80 $ 2,551.20 $ 2,697.60   AFSCME – Telecommunications Salaries: 10/11/2015 Class Code Class Title Work Group Range A B C D E E478 LEAD TELEPHONE OPERATOR 1 3066 $Read More →

Communications Dispatchers II who are qualified as cross-trained dispatchers shall receive premium pay of one-half step (2.87%) in addition to their base salary. A cross-trained dispatcher is defined as a Communications Dispatcher II who is currently certified at all radios. This premium pay shall not be granted until training is received and certification is issued, certification will not be issued to any Dispatcher unable to demonstrate proficiency in all radio categories.       Should a previously trained and certified cross-trained dispatcher lose certification, this premium pay shall also be lost until certification is regained. Dispatchers assigned in writing to serve as acting supervisor for aRead More →

The Professional Practices Committee shall be established consisting of no more than three (3) employees selected by the Union who are covered by this Memorandum of Understanding. The objectives of the Professional Practices Committee shall be to consider constructively the professional practice of medical technology and to consider ways and means to improve medical technology. The Clinical Services Managers in the Public Health Laboratory and the San Mateo Medical Center Laboratory shall meet with the Professional Practices Committee, upon request, for a meeting of no longer than two (2) hours to discuss the activities of the Professional Practices Committee. There shall be no more thanRead More →

The County and the Union have agreed on a tool allowance of Three hundred and Seven dollars ($307.00) per year for the Auto Service Worker I/II and III, Auto Mechanic, Auto Mechanic Trainee and Automotive Services Supervisor classifications. The allowance shall be in the form of a reimbursement for actual expenses and such reimbursement shall be made according to procedures developed by the department. If the employee’s service is terminated for any reason, the County shall be entitled to a prorated refund, and the County may make the appropriate deduction from the employee’s pay. Coveralls will be provided for Utility Workers in the Sheriff’s Department byRead More →

The County and the Union have agreed to the following equity adjustments which shall become effective October 12, 2014. The salary rate listed in the salary exhibits includes this increase. Classification                                   Equity Code Compliance Officer/Senior     4.1% Departmental management shall discuss with employees proposed reassignments from one division to another, including workload transition, and shall advise employees of impending reassignments prior to the general release of such information, unless absence of the employee makes this impossible. Registration Fees. The County agrees to provide payment on a reimbursement basis of professional registration fees for employees in the classification of Capital Projects Manager. Professional Societies and Associations. ForRead More →

The County and the Union have agreed to the following equity adjustments which shall become effective as specified. The salary rate listed in the salary exhibits includes this increase. Classification                     Equity Park Ranger I-IV                 4.6% New employees shall receive a thirteen (13) biweekly pay period allowance by the completion of two (2) biweekly pay periods of service with subsequent payments to be made at the completion of each additional thirteen (13) biweekly pay periods of continuous service. If the employee’s service is terminated for any reason, the County shall be entitled to a prorated refund, and the County may make the appropriate deduction from theRead More →

Shift Differential. Nurses shall be paid at the rate specified in Section 8.1 (1) when assigned to a shift which starts after 1:59 p.m. and before 10:00 p.m. Rest Period. Each institutional Nurse shall have an unbroken rest period of at least twelve (12) hours between shifts, and of at least fifty-five (55) hours between shifts when the Nurse is off duty on the weekend or two (2) consecutive days off duty, and of at least thirty-one (31) hours between shifts when the Nurse is off-duty on a holiday or for a single day. All hours worked within the above rest periods shall be paid at theRead More →

The County shall continue to provide appropriate uniforms for employees of the Food Services Division who must wear a uniform. In accordance with this provision, Lab Coats will be made available to all Food Services Supervisors. The County has agreed to provide knives for those culinary personnel required to use them in the course of their work. Cooks who perform the duties of baker and AAA Senior Meals Program delivery coordination at San Mateo Medical Center  shall receive a differential equivalent to the salary for the classification of Supervising Cook I. Only one employee at a time may be so assigned. A Food Service Worker whoRead More →

The County and the Union have agreed to the following equity adjustments which shall become effective October 12, 2014. The salary rate listed in the salary exhibits includes this increase. Classification                                                               Equity Environmental Health Specialists I-IV/Supervisors     2.65% Hazardous Materials Specialists I-IV/Supervisors       2.65% Environmental Health employees in the following classifications, Environmental Health Program Supervisor, Environmental Health Program Specialist and Hazardous Materials Specialist, who obtain a certificate/registration as a Professional Engineer, Registered Geologist, or Registered Engineering Geologist shall receive a differential of one step (5.74%) in addition to all other compensation. No more than two employees at a time may receive this differential. At the request of theRead More →

The County and the Union have agreed to the following equity adjustments which shall become effective October 12, 2014. The salary rate listed in the salary exhibits includes this increase. Classification Equity Welfare Fraud Investigator 1.0% At such time as Continuing Education (CE) credits are required as a condition of State licensure, registration or certification for positions in this bargaining unit, the County agrees to meet with the Union regarding formal educational leave provisions for the fulfillment of such requirements. The County recognizes that employees who are Benefits Analysts should meet with the Human Services Agency in order to provide input into the formulation ofRead More →

The County and the Union have agreed to the following equity adjustments which shall become effective October 12, 2014. The salary rate listed in the salary exhibits includes this increase. Classification Equities Epidemiologist/Supervising 8.0% Pharmacist/Supervising 1.3% Pharmacy Technicians 5.0% Radiologic Technologists/Supervising 10.0% Imaging Specialists/Lead Imaging Specialist 10.0% Respiratory Therapist I-III 10.2% Speech Pathologists 1.0%   Rest Period. Each Licensed Psychiatric Technician (LPT) Crisis Team Technician (CTT) and Medical Services Assistant II (MSA II) shall have an unbroken rest period of at least twelve (12) hours between shifts, and of at least fifty-five (55) hours between shifts when the LPT, CTT or MSA II is offRead More →