Education and Library Science - EB (ED, LS, EU) 209, 215, 414


Annex "A1-2"

Elementary and Secondary Teaching Sub-Group (ED-EST)
Annual Rates of Pay
(in dollars)
Ontario


Teachers - Indian and Northern Affairs Canada
10 month pay plan (in dollars)
Teaching
Experience
Level 1 1/7/11 1/7/12 1/7/13
0 32292 32857 33350 34017
1 34877 35487 36019 36739
2 36311 36946 37500 38250
3 37738 38398 38974 39753
4 39165 39850 40448 41257
5 40602 41313 41933 42772
6 42028 42763 43404 44272
7 43455 44215 44878 45776
8 44885 45670 46355 47282

Teachers - Indian and Northern Affairs Canada
10 month pay plan (in dollars)
Teaching
Experience
Level 2 1/7/11 1/7/12 1/7/13
0 36373 37010 37565 38316
1 39285 39972 40572 41383
2 41324 42047 42678 43532
3 43359 44118 44780 45676
4 45393 46187 46880 47818
5 47430 48260 48984 49964
6 49463 50329 51084 52106
7 51499 52400 53186 54250
8 53540 54477 55294 56400
9 55558 56530 57378 58526

Teachers - Indian and Northern Affairs Canada
10 month pay plan (in dollars)
Teaching
Experience
Level 3 1/7/11 1/7/12 1/7/13
0 38010 38675 39255 40040
1 41052 41770 42397 43245
2 43300 44058 44719 45613
3 45550 46347 47042 47983
4 47799 48635 49365 50352
5 50047 50923 51687 52721
6 52294 53209 54007 55087
7 54543 55498 56330 57457
8 56792 57786 58653 59826
9 59046 60079 60980 62200
10 61287 62360 63295 64561

Teachers - Indian and Northern Affairs Canada
10 month pay plan (in dollars)
Teaching
Experience
Level 4 1/7/11 1/7/12 1/7/13
0 43161 43916 44575 45467
1 46614 47430 48141 49104
2 49081 49940 50689 51703
3 51539 52441 53228 54293
4 54001 54946 55770 56885
5 56471 57459 58321 59487
6 58933 59964 60863 62080
7 61394 62468 63405 64673
8 63860 64978 65953 67272
9 66320 67481 68493 69863
10 68779 69983 71033 72454

Teachers - Indian and Northern Affairs Canada
10 month pay plan (in dollars)
Teaching
Experience
Level 5 1/7/11 1/7/12 1/7/13
0 45162 45952 46641 47574
1 48776 49630 50374 51381
2 51252 52149 52931 53990
3 53728 54668 55488 56598
4 56206 57190 58048 59209
5 58687 59714 60610 61822
6 61159 62229 63162 64425
7 63643 64757 65728 67043
8 66121 67278 68287 69653
9 68594 69794 70841 72258
10 71083 72327 73412 74880

Teachers - Indian and Northern Affairs Canada
10 month pay plan (in dollars)
Teaching
Experience
Level 6 1/7/11 1/7/12 1/7/13
0 48717 49570 50314 51320
1 52616 53537 54340 55427
2 55713 56688 57538 58689
3 58824 59853 60751 61966
4 61930 63014 63959 65238
5 65037 66175 67168 68511
6 68140 69332 70372 71779
7 71246 72493 73580 75052
8 74492 75796 76933 78472
9 77447 78802 79984 81584
10 80562 81972 83202 84866

Elementary and Secondary Teaching Sub-Group (ED-EST)
Annual Rates of Pay
(in dollars)
Alberta


Teachers - Indian and Northern Affairs Canada
10 month pay plan (in dollars)
Teaching
Experience
Level 1 1/7/11 1/7/12 1/7/13
0 29386 29900 30349 30956
1 32326 32892 33385 34053
2 34094 34691 35211 35915
3 35860 36488 37035 37776
4 37623 38281 38855 39632
5 39396 40085 40686 41500
6 41163 41883 42511 43361
7 42926 43677 44332 45219
8 44687 45469 46151 47074

Teachers - Indian and Northern Affairs Canada
10 month pay plan (in dollars)
Teaching
Experience
Level 2 1/7/11 1/7/12 1/7/13
0 32885 33460 33962 34641
1 36175 36808 37360 38107
2 38435 39108 39695 40489
3 40699 41411 42032 42873
4 42964 43716 44372 45259
5 45221 46012 46702 47636
6 47481 48312 49037 50018
7 49738 50608 51367 52394
8 52001 52911 53705 54779
9 54255 55204 56032 57153

Teachers - Indian and Northern Affairs Canada
10 month pay plan (in dollars)
Teaching
Experience
Level 3 1/7/11 1/7/12 1/7/13
0 38458 39131 39718 40512
1 42304 43044 43690 44564
2 44566 45346 46026 46947
3 46831 47651 48366 49333
4 49085 49944 50693 51707
5 51349 52248 53032 54093
6 53612 54550 55368 56475
7 55867 56845 57698 58852
8 58132 59149 60036 61237
9 60385 61442 62364 63611

Teachers - Indian and Northern Affairs Canada
10 month pay plan (in dollars)
Teaching
Experience
Level 4 1/7/11 1/7/12 1/7/13
0 44485 45263 45942 46861
1 48934 49790 50537 51548
2 51634 52538 53326 54393
3 54341 55292 56121 57243
4 57050 58048 58919 60097
5 59760 60806 61718 62952
6 62464 63557 64510 65800
7 65174 66315 67310 68656
8 67876 69064 70100 71502
9 70588 71823 72900 74358
10 73290 74573 75692 77206

Teachers - Indian and Northern Affairs Canada
10 month pay plan (in dollars)
Teaching
Experience
Level 5 1/7/11 1/7/12 1/7/13
0 46925 47746 48462 49431
1 51619 52522 53310 54376
2 54356 55307 56137 57260
3 57095 58094 58965 60144
4 59832 60879 61792 63028
5 62582 63677 64632 65925
6 65318 66461 67458 68807
7 68056 69247 70286 71692
8 70791 72030 73110 74572
9 73537 74824 75946 77465
10 76270 77605 78769 80344

Teachers - Indian and Northern Affairs Canada
10 month pay plan (in dollars)
Teaching
Experience
Level 6 1/7/11 1/7/12 1/7/13
0 49710 50580 51339 52366
1 54681 55638 56473 57602
2 57416 58421 59297 60483
3 60160 61213 62131 63374
4 62895 63996 64956 66255
5 65638 66787 67789 69145
6 68374 69571 70615 72027
7 71117 72362 73447 74916
8 73851 75143 76270 77795
9 76593 77933 79102 80684
10 79338 80726 81937 83576

Elementary and Secondary Teaching Sub-Group (ED-EST)
Annual Rates of Pay
(in dollars)
Ontario

Table Legend


Principals - Level 1 - Annual Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Indian and Northern Affairs Canada
Effective Date Step 1 Step 2 Step 3 Step 4
$) July 1st, 2010 80018 83220 86549 90010
A) July 1st, 2011 81418 84676 88064 91585
B) July 1st, 2012 82639 85946 89385 92959
C) July 1st, 2013 84292 87665 91173 94818

Principals - Level 2 - Annual Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Indian and Northern Affairs Canada
Effective Date Step 1 Step 2 Step 3 Step 4
$) July 1st, 2010 90610 94235 98004 101924
A) July 1st, 2011 92196 95884 99719 103708
B) July 1st, 2012 93579 97322 101215 105264
C) July 1st, 2013 95451 99268 103239 107369


Elementary and Secondary Teaching Sub-Group (ED-EST)
Annual Rates of Pay
(in dollars)
Alberta

Table Legend


Principals - Level 1 - Annual Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Indian and Northern Affairs Canada
Effective Date Step 1 Step 2 Step 3 Step 4
$) July 1st, 2010 76489 79548 82731 86040
A) July 1st, 2011 77828 80940 84179 87546
B) July 1st, 2012 78995 82154 85442 88859
C) July 1st, 2013 80575 83797 87151 90636

Principals - Level 2 - Annual Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Indian and Northern Affairs Canada
Effective Date Step 1 Step 2 Step 3 Step 4
$) July 1st, 2010 82962 86279 89730 93320
A) July 1st, 2011 84414 87789 91300 94953
B) July 1st, 2012 85680 89106 92670 96377
C) July 1st, 2013 87394 90888 94523 98305


Elementary and Secondary Teaching Sub-Group (ED-EST)
Annual Rates of Pay
(in dollars)
Ontario

Table Legend


Vice-Principals - Annual Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Indian and Northern Affairs Canada
Effective Date Step 1 Step 2 Step 3 Step 4
$) July 1st, 2010 73547 76489 79548 82731
A) July 1st, 2011 74834 77828 80940 84179
B) July 1st, 2012 75957 78995 82154 85442
C) July 1st, 2013 77476 80575 83797 87151

Vice-Principals - Annual Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Indian and Northern Affairs Canada
Effective Date Step 1 Step 2 Step 3 Step 4
$) July 1st, 2010 84137 87502 91004 94644
A) July 1st, 2011 85609 89033 92597 96300
B) July 1st, 2012 86893 90368 93986 97745
C) July 1st, 2013 88631 92175 95866 99700


Elementary and Secondary Teaching Sub-Group (ED-EST)
Annual Rates of Pay
(in dollars)
Alberta

Table Legend


Vice-Principals - Annual Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Indian and Northern Affairs Canada
Effective Date Step 1 Step 2 Step 3 Step 4
$) July 1st, 2010 71782 74653 77639 80744
A) July 1st, 2011 73038 75959 78998 82157
B) July 1st, 2012 74134 77098 80183 83389
C) July 1st, 2013 75617 78640 81787 85057

Vice-Principals - Annual Rates of Pay (in dollars)
Indian and Northern Affairs Canada
Effective Date Step 1 Step 2 Step 3 Step 4
$) July 1st, 2010 79432 82609 85912 89349
A) July 1st, 2011 80822 84055 87415 90913
B) July 1st, 2012 82034 85316 88726 92277
C) July 1st, 2013 83675 87022 90501 94123

ED-EST Sub-Group Pay Notes

1. Any service rendered by an employee on duties classified in the Education (ED) group shall be used in determining the employee's increment step on the EST pay grids.

2. An employee is entitled to be paid at the rate of pay on the pay grid for the appropriate region set forth in Schedules "A1", "A1-1" or "A1-2" as determined by his or her education, professional certification and experience. In addition, employees at these levels are entitled to the appropriate allowance provided in Article 50.

3. The rates of pay in Appendix "A1", "A1-1" and "A1-2" shall be implemented as indicated therein.

4. A teacher in the Department of Indian and Northern Affairs Canada who commences a new school year in the month of July or the month of August is entitled to be paid from the commencement of his or her school year at the rate of pay that becomes effective at the commencement of the school year, including the applicable increment provided he or she has given satisfactory service.

5. The Employer will pay teachers of INAC on a semi-monthly basis.

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6. Notwithstanding Pay Note 2, an employee on a twelve (12) month work year in Correctional Service of Canada, Department of National Defence Canada or Department of Fisheries and Oceans is entitled to be paid for services rendered at rates of pay which are higher by twenty per cent (20%) than the rates of pay on the appropriate education experience grid set forth in Schedule "A1", and if applicable, the allowances set forth in Article 49.

7. Rates of Pay on Promotion, Transfer or Demotion of an Employee

  1. Notwithstanding Section 2(e)(iii) of the Public Service Terms and Conditions of Employment Regulations, sections 24, 25 and 26 of the above regulations shall apply when an employee is promoted, transferred or demoted to a position classified in another group or sub-group.
  2. For the purpose of this Article, the maximum rate of pay applicable to the position held by the employee immediately prior to the new appointment means the maximum salary in the level column in the appropriate education experience grid determined by the number of years of teacher education to his or her credit. If applicable, the rate of pay is increased by the percentage (%) prescribed in note 6 and/or the allowance provided for in Article 49.
  3. Notwithstanding (a) above, no employee will receive a rate of pay lower than the rate of pay he or she was receiving when, by mutual agreement, he or she is transferred from one region to another during the school year. The higher rate of pay will be paid for the remainder of that school year only. Should the rate of pay in the new region be higher, the higher rate will apply.

Explanatory Note

8. The following qualifications are required for placement of an employee at the various levels of the teachers' education-experience grid:

  1. Level One - For placement at this level, an employee must have:
    • Teaching Certificate
  2. Level Two - For placement at this level, an employee must have:
    • Teaching Certificate plus one (1) additional year of teacher education.
  3. Level Three - For placement at this level, an employee must have:
    • Teaching Certificate plus two (2) additional years of teacher education.
  4. Level Four - For placement at this level, an employee must have:
    • Teaching Certificate plus three (3) additional years of teacher education
  5. Level Five - For placement at this level, an employee must have:
    • Teaching Certificate plus four (4) additional years of teacher education
  6. Level Six - For placement at this level, an employee must have:
    • Teaching Certificate plus five (5) additional years of teacher education

9. This applies to teachers in the Department of Indian and Northern Affairs. The following professional certification and academic qualifications are required for placement of an employee at the various levels of the principals and vice-principals education-experience grid:

Vice-Principal and Principal Professional Certification

Employees appointed to school leadership positions must hold current teacher certification issued by the Ministry of Education, Department of Education or the College of Teachers of the province in which the school is located and should have a provincial principal qualification in province, territory, or provincial school unit within the geographic area where such is a requirement for vice-principals and principals employed by public school boards in elementary and secondary schools.

Vice-Principal and Principal Academic Qualifications

  1. Level One – For placement at this level, an employee must have
    1. at a minimum, a Bachelor's degree in Education and current teacher certification issued by the Ministry of Education or College of Teachers of the province in which the school is located.
  2. Level Two – For placement at this level, an employee must have:
    1. Master's degree in Education and current teacher certification issued by the Ministry of Education or College of Teachers of the province in which the school is located that included a principal qualification on the teaching certificate where such is required by provincial regulation.

10. "Teacher Education" refers to successfully completed years of university study recognized by a Canadian university, or teacher training after matriculation which must include one year of study leading to the granting of a recognized teaching certificate. This clause does not apply to teachers on staff prior to the signing of this Agreement, unless a teacher requests a re-evaluation of his scholarity.

11. "Teaching Certificate" refers to successfully completed training to obtain a teaching certificate in an university and recognized by provincial authorities of the province, territory, or provincial school unit within the geographic area in which the school is located. In circumstances where the educational program leading to the granting of a teaching certificate is more than one-year, the additional year(s) will count towards teacher education.

12. For the purpose of the placement of an employee at a level on the teacher's education- experience grid, the Employer will give full credit for the years of teacher education, and teacher certificates recognized by provincial authorities of the province, territory, or provincial school unit within the geographic area in which the school is located.

13. Notwithstanding Pay Note 8, the placement of a Technical and Vocational Teacher employed at Correctional Service Canada (CSC) on the teachers education-experience grid will be according to a "Reference Grid" which provides level equivalencies between the ED-EST levels at CSC and those in provincial jurisdictions.

14. The Employer agrees that, where prior to December 29, 1998, Correctional Service of Canada has taken the initiative of placing an ED‑EST employee higher on the salary grid than the employee should have been placed, according to his or her qualifications as defined in the collective agreement at the time of such placement, this Correctional Service of Canada initiated placement will not be revisited.

15. Notwithstanding the preceding paragraph and other provisions of this agreement, where an employee has been placed on the grid at a higher level than warranted, the employee will not be able to avail himself or herself of the provisions governing the progression to a higher level on the salary grid until the employee meets the requirements of the level in which he or she is presently placed.

16. Where the Employer requests an evaluation of an employee's qualifications, the cost of the evaluation itself will be at the expense of the Employer, and any costs associated with supplying necessary documentation will be borne by the Employer. Where the evaluation is initiated by the employee, all costs will be borne by the employee.

17. It is the employee's responsibility to submit to the Employer within ninety (90) days following the date on which he or she enters the Public Service all documents that will establish his or her rate of pay. No retroactive changes shall be made to his or her rate of pay after the prescribed ninety (90) day deadline.

18. Credit for Previous Experience

Experience is recognized by the granting of one increment for each acceptable year of teaching or counselling experience prior to appointment to a position in the bargaining unit. A full year of experience is to be allowed for the following:

  1. Any full academic year
  2. Any portion of an academic year of six (6) months or more; or the equivalent in days or hours of teaching or counselling experience.

Previous Experience as a Teacher Aide

Upon appointment to the EST sub‑group, one half (1/2) of the service gained in a classroom as a teacher aide shall be recognized in determining the employee's increment step on the EST pay grid.

Previous Experience ‑ Vocational Teacher

  1. For Vocational Teachers work experience prior to appointment to a position in the bargaining unit is recognized by the granting of one increment for each acceptable full year of work experience in the employee's trade at the journeyman level or after obtaining a Certificate of Qualification.
  2. Notwithstanding sub-clause a), any period of work experience which has already been used to qualify for teacher certification shall not be counted towards the granting of increments.

19. Changes in Rates of Pay After Appointment

  1. After appointment, an employee on a school year will be granted annual increments at commencement of the school year provided the employee has been on duty at least six (6) months since the last increment or since appointment and has given satisfactory service.
  2. Subject to satisfactory performance of duties, an employee on a twelve (12) month work year will be granted annual increments on the anniversary date of an employee's most recent appointment.
  3. It is up to the employee to submit to the Employer the documents proving that he or she has higher educational qualifications than those of the education level in which he or she is being paid, within six (6) months following the date of issuance of the official transcript of such additional qualifications. The employee shall be granted retroactive pay, if he or she meets the requirements, either from the date of issuance of the official transcript of additional qualifications if it is submitted within six (6) months or from the date the official transcript was submitted to the Employer, in all other cases.

20. In applying the new rates of pay, an employee retains his step in the pay grid except as provided in Note 19 above.

21. An employee who does not meet the requirements of Level One is placed at the step corresponding to his or her experience and is given the rate of pay of Level One minus five hundred dollars ($500.00).

22. Notwithstanding Pay Note 2, a part-time employee who works during the school year, as defined in clause 44.01, is granted an annual increment when he or she has received pay equivalent to six (6) months of work as a full-time employee. In order to benefit from subsequent increments, an employee must have received pay equivalent to the number of days of work of a full-time employee as prescribed in clause 44.01.

23. Where an existing employee would be negatively impacted by placement on the Education-Experience grid, under the changes to the pay notes, he or she would be salary protected at their current level.

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24. Education Levels for ED-ESTs at Canadian Coast Guard College

The employee's level of education must be certified by an organization recognized by the Employer.

Miscellaneous

Teacher Education, for the purposes of this pay plan, means education certified by an employer-recognized organization and shall consist of any one or combination of the following:

  1. A year of study resulting in a recognized teaching certificate or diploma.
  2. A year of university study, completion of which is officially certified by an educational establishment.

An employee appointed to an ED-EST position at the Canadian Coast Guard College prior to the date of signing of this collective agreement will not have his or her Education Level lowered solely by the application of this pay note.

This provision will cease to apply to an employee when he or she leaves the Canadian Coast Guard College.



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