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Extra-Service Guidelines for Instructional Delivery

Section:  Compensation
Document Title: Extra-Service Guidelines for Instructional Delivery
Initial Date Posted: April 29, 2002
Revised: September 1, 2011
November 22, 2011
February 13, 2013
July 21, 2014
Applies To: Individuals Delivering Instruction on Extra-Service (adjunct or others)
Sources: District Human Resources


Extra-Service Guidelines

Combined Employment:  Part-time hourly, adjunct faculty-credit, adjunct faculty-continuing education (CE) and substitute faculty employees may work a maximum of 1014 hours per fiscal year (hours include the cumulative total of all positions worked at all District locations). 


   

Compensation

Workload Regulations

A Faculty Generally
50% to 100% contract for prior and following academic year.

Exception:  Full-time faculty who retire after the academic year are compensated the same as faculty generally for the ensuing formula season.  Compensation is only available to the retiring faculty member if not previously used during the last academic year of employment.
Formula Pay
1/6 annual contract x 40% (.0666) or lecture/lab grid

(See Supplemental Employment – Formula Pay for Faculty)

 

Full-Time Faculty
Maximum of 3 lecture hours or 4 lab hours or combination thereof for a single session or maximum scheduled during any session.
    Extra Service Rate Maximum of 49% of the 30-hour workweek (approximately 14.7 hours) for each additional teaching semester/ session.
  Summer Sabbaticals (paid as Formula pay) - Formula pay should be used to pay faculty who are taking summer sabbaticals and have not already used their​ formula pay for the current fiscal year. Current Salary x .0666 = Rate + the cost of one (1) three (3) credit hour extra service course = Sabbatical Pay

Example: $50,000 x .0666 = $3,330 + $2,164.32 = $5,494.32

 
    Extra Service Rate TRS Working Retirees (Adjunct/Part-Time)

(See TRS Working Retiree Guidelines)

    Extra Service Rate Adjunct Faculty – Credit (Non-TRS)

Maximum of 49% of the 30-hour workweek (approximately 14.7 hours) for each additional teaching semester/ session.

    Extra Service Rate or Hourly Rate, as applicable Adjunct Faculty – CE (Non-TRS)

A non-credit adjunct instructor is allowed to work a maximum of 1014 (less than one-half time) hours per fiscal year.  The maximum number of contact hours per week for adjuncts paid hourly is 19.5 hours.

B Mid-Management
10 mo. Contract for prior academic year
See Workload Guidelines for Supplemental Employment One month equals 132 hours
    Extra Service Rate Maximum of 9 clock hours per semester

C

Counseling/LRC/Health Occupations Personnel Academic Advising
50% to 100% contract for prior and following academic year
Formula Pay
1/6 annual contract X 40% (.0666) (See Supplemental Employment Formula Pay for Faculty)
Maximum of 6 hrs. per day for 13 days (78 hours)
    Extra Service Rate Maximum of 6 hrs. per day for 26 days (156 hours) 
D Division Deans
Evening Instruction
Extra Service Rate Maximum of 9 clock hours per semester
  Field Studies Contractual Obligation

One field course between end of the spring and beginning of first summer session or one course during either summer session
E. Field Studies
Faculty at maximum workload for summer session
Extra Service Rate One course from the end of spring semester to end of second summer session
  Faculty not at maximum workload for summer session 1/6 annual contract X 40% (.0666) or lecture/lab grid One course from the end of spring semester to end of second summer session
F Community Service Instruction
50% to 100% contract for prior and following academic year
Community Service Rate
(not to exceed $2100 if teaching maximum summer workload for single session)
Requires Provost approval, if teaching a maximum summer workload
G Instructional Development
50% to 100% contract for prior and following academic year
Instructional Development
rate (not to exceed $2100 if teaching maximum summer workload for single session)
 
H Industry Renewal
50% to 100% contract for prior and following academic year
Rate contingent on funding Requires Presidential and Provost approval


Formula pay is included in the regular payroll check in equal increments based on the beginning and ending dates of service.

A faculty member may be paid using the summer pay formula during more than one semester in an academic year; however, it is the responsibility of the first level supervisor to ensure that the maximum formula (.0666) pay is not exceeded for that year.

An exception to load guidelines such as supplemental load beyond 49 percent of the 30-hour workweek (approx. 14.7 hours) equivalent for DCCCD employees, or supplemental load during the regular work day should be documented, approved by the appropriate college administrator and discussed with the Chancellor by the official reporting date for the semester/class and the documentation kept on file at the college. Additions or changes made after the official reporting date should be documented as well.​

 Extra Service Contract​​