Sd 83 Collective Agreement

The following pay scales reflect the salary increases of the six-year collective agreement (from 1 July 2013 to 30 June 2019) between bctf and BCPSEA (including the Economic Stability Dividend (ESD)) which were as follows: 1 September 2014 – 2.0%; January 1, 2015 – 1.25%; May 1, 2016 – BD – 0.45%; July 1, 2016 – 1.00%; May 1, 2017 – BD – 0.35%; July 1, 2017 – 0.50%; 1 May 2018 – ESD 0.40% + 1.00%; July 1, 2018 – 0.50%; 1 May 2019 – ESD – 0.75% + 1.00%. This newsletter explains the roles that CUPE fulfills for K-12 members, and more specifically what this means for EAs. Cupe National Reps, Specialist Reps and Sector Co-ordinators help residents negotiate and enforce collective agreements. CUPE 523 has two communal social service units and three school district units Sign up or register to apply for opportunities in this district We are proud to offer students multiple learning opportunities, including music, performing arts, French immersion, crafts and ACE computer programs, Japanese exchange programs, support for First Nations learners and programs. Each year, groups of students benefit from a variety of national and international travel opportunities. We also have an active sports program. July 1, 2019 – 2.0% (to be paid retroactively); July 1, 2020 – 2.0% (plus an additional 1% for members at the top of their grid); July 1, 2021 – 2.0% (plus members of the first year of work who accept a contract start at the second stage of their payroll). SD83 teachers, principals, released employees and assistants can inquire by phone at 250-804-7841 about employment opportunities. The district includes the communities of Malakwa, Sicamous, Grindrod, Enderby, Ashton Creek, Kingfisher, Armstrong, Spallumcheen, Falkland, Ranchero/Deep Creek, Silver Creek, Salmon Arm, Tappen, Sorrento, Celista and Seymour Arm. SD53 For more details on the Economic Stability Dividend (ESD), see LOU 14 of the 2013-19 collective agreement.

SD67 Welcome to Education Minister Jennifer Whiteside. The school district includes many different municipalities as well as four First Nations groups. We focus heavily on literacy, a calculus, social responsibility and vocational training. The Board of Directors follows an inclusive model with itinerant professionals who provide support services to students in their neighbourhood school. Our district will cater to individuals and families who focus on affordable housing, easy access to major centres, year-round recreation activities, and a pleasant setting to live and work. We offer a small town atmosphere with metropolitan services including music and theatre performances, garden markets, vineyards and leisure opportunities. If you are interested in a job in School District 83 but see a vacancy notice, you can submit a resume with your supporting documents to [email protected] . . .

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