Appendix

NR-916 IN-HIRE RATES for the ENGINEERING TECHNICIAN I title and only the last IN-HIRE RATE may apply to ENGINEERING TECHNICIAN II title

Education LevelDownstate Districts
Completion of two (2) years of college in civil engineering or job related technical/science curriculum (60 semester/90 quarter hours credit)$2,845
Completion of three (3) years of college in areas other than civil engineering or job related technical/scientific curriculum (90 semester/135 quarter hours credit)$2,730
An Associate Degree from an accredited two year civil engineering technology program $2,975
Completion of three (3) years of college courses in civil engineering or job related technical/scientific curriculum (90 semester/135 quarter hours credit)$2,975
Completion of four (4) years of college courses in areas other than civil engineering or job related technical/scientific curriculum (120 semester/180 quarter hours credit)$2,845
Completion of four (4) years of college in civil engineering or job related technical/scientific curriculum (120 semester/180 quarter hours credit includes appointees from unaccredited engineering programs and those who have not yet obtained a degree)$3,095
Bachelor of Science Degree from an accredited four (4) year program in civil engineering technology, industrial technology, and construction technology$3,510

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Abbreviations

4Merit compensation – not broadband
5Merit compensation – broadband
.5In-between the Normal Schedule of Grade Salary Ranges
AFSCME American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees
BNegotiated regular pension formula rate for the State of Illinois
BBRBroad-Banded Class Rate - Refer to Section 310. Appendix G in Pay Plan
CUPrior to July 1, 2019, Meet and Confer Unit (Collective Bargaining Unit) Refer to Section 310.Appendix A Table V in the Pay Plan
EEducator title AFSCME negotiated 12-month regular pension formula rate for the State of Illinois
HRHistorical Recognized Certification (Collective Bargaining Unit) - Refer to Appropriate Table in Pay Plan - Section 310.Appendix A Tables D, S, T, or U
IFPEIllinois Federation of Public Employees
IFTIllinois Federation of Teachers
INAIllinois Nurses Association
ISEAIllinois State Employees Association
LEducator title AFSCME negotiated 12-month alternative pension formula rate for the State of Illinois
MEducator title AFSCME negotiated 9-month regular pension formula rate at the Illinois School for the Visually Impaired
MDPhysician & Physician Specialist Rate - Refer to Section 310.Appendix A Table Z in Pay Plan
MRMember, Patient, and Inmate Rates - Refer to Section 310.250 In Pay Plan
MSMerit Compensation Salary Schedule range designation existing effective January 1, 2008 - Refer to Section 310.Appendix D in Pay Plan
NEducator title Illinois Federation of Teachers negotiated 9-month regular pension formula rate for the Illinois School for the Deaf
NRNegotiated Rate - Refer to Section 310.220 in Pay Plan
OEducator title AFSCME negotiated 9-month regular pension formula rate at the Illinois Center for Rehabilitation and Education-Roosevelt
PEducator title AFSCME negotiated 12-month maximum-security institution rate for the State of Illinois
PRPrevailing Rate - Refer to Section 310.210 in Pay Plan. For prevailing rates, see Prevailing Rates.
PTPart-time Daily or Hourly Special Services Rate - Refer to Section 310.230 in Pay Plan
QNegotiated alternative pension formula rate for the State of Illinois
RCRecognized Certification (Collective Bargaining Unit) - Refer to Appropriate Table in Pay Plan - Section 310.Appendix A Tables A, C, E, F, G, H, I, J, K, L, M, N, O, P, Q, R, W, X, Y, or Z
SNegotiated maximum-security institution rate for the State of Illinois
TRTrainee Rate - Refer to Section 310.260 in Pay Plan. Trainee Rates are individually based on the program in the agency.
​VEducator title AFSCME negotiated 9-month regular pension formula rate at the Department of Juvenile Justice
VRVoluntarily Recognized Certification (Collective Bargaining Unit) - Refer to Appropriate Table in Pay Plan Section 310.Appendix A Tables B and S
​WEducator title AFSCME negotiated 9-month alternative pension formula rate at the Department of Juvenile Justice
​XEducator title AFSCME negotiated 9-month maximum security rate at the Department of Juvenile Justice

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Collective Bargaining Units

CU-500Supervisory Employees in Corrections and Juvenile Justice, AFSCME effective July 1, 2019
HR-001Local #700 (Cook County), Teamsters
HR-010Teachers of Deaf, IFT
NR-916Central Management Services, Department of Natural Resources, Teamsters
RC-006Corrections Employees, AFSCME
RC-008Boilermakers
RC-009Institutional Employees, AFSCME
RC-010Professional Legal Unit, AFSCME
RC-014Clerical Employees, AFSCME
RC-019Local #25 (Downstate), Teamsters
RC-020Local #330 (Fox River Valley) and Local #705 (Cook County), Teamsters
RC-023Registered Nurses, INA
RC-028Paraprofessional Human Services Employees, AFSCME
RC-029Paraprofessional Investigatory & Law Enforcement Employees, Meat and Poultry Inspectors, and Meat and Poultry Inspector Trainees, IFPE.  The RC-033 bargaining unit merged into RC-029 bargaining unit effective May 15, 2014.
RC-033Meat Inspectors, IFPE     The RC-033 bargaining unit merged into RC-029 bargaining unit effective May 15, 2014.
RC-036Public Service Administrators Option 8L, Department of Healthcare and Family Services, INA
RC-042Residual Maintenance Workers, AFSCME
RC-045Automotive Mechanics, IFPE
RC-451Automotive Mechanics - Cook County
RC-452Automotive Mechanics - Kane & St. Clair Counties
RC-453Automotive Mechanics - All Other Counties
RC-056Site Superintendents and Departments of Veterans' Affairs, Natural Resources, Human Services and Agriculture, and Historic Preservation Agency Managers, IFPE
RC-061Conservation Police Lodge, Fraternal Order of Police
RC-062Technical Employees, AFSCME
RC-063Professional Employees, Educators, Juvenile Justice School Counselors and Special Education Resources Coordinators, and Physicians AFSCME
RC-090Internal Security Investigators Metropolitan Alliance of Police Chapter 294 Effective May 17, 2017, the RC-090 bargaining unit does not represent state employees
RC-104Illinois Fraternal Order of Police Labor Council
RC-110Conservation Police Lodge
RC-184Blasting Experts, Blasting Specialists and Blasting Supervisors Department of Natural Resources, Service Employees International Union (SEIU) Local 73
VR-704Departments of Corrections, Financial and Professional Regulation, Juvenile Justice and State Police Supervisors Laborers' International Union of North America - ISEA, Local 2002; Southern and Central Illinois Laborers' District Council
VR-706Assistant Automotive Shop Supervisors, Automotive Shop Supervisors, and Meat and Poultry Inspector Supervisors, Laborers' International Union of North America - ISEA, Local 2002; Southern and Central Illinois Laborers' District Council

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Equal Employment Opportunity Commission Job Category Codes (EEOC)

001Officials and Administrators
002Professionals
003Technicians
004Protective Service Workers
005Paraprofessionals
006Administrative Support
007Skilled Craft Workers
008Service Maintenance

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Public Service Administrator Options

1General Administration/Business Marketing/Labor/Personnel
2Fiscal Management/Accounting/Budget/ Internal Audit/Insurance/Financial
2BFinancial Regulatory
2CEconomist
3Management Information System/Data Processing/Telecommunications
3JJava Application Developer
3N Networking
4Physical Sciences/Environment
6Health and Human Services
6BDay Care Quality Assurance
6CHealth Statistics
6DHealth Promotion/Disease Prevention
6ELaboratory Specialist
6FInfectious Disease
6GDisaster/Emergency Medical Services
6HIllinois Council on Developmental Disabilities Program Specialist
​6IRehabilitation Counseling
7Law Enforcement/Correctional
​7ASpecial Agent Supervisor
8ASpecial License - Architect License
8BSpecial License - Boiler Inspector License
8CSpecial License - Certified Public Accountant
8DSpecial License - Federal Communications Commission License/National Association of Business and Educational Radio
8ESpecial License - Engineer (Professional)
8FSpecial License - Federal Aviation Administration Medical Certificate/First Class
8GSpecial License - Clinical Professional Counselor
8HSpecial License - Environmental Health Practitioner
8ISpecial License - Professional Land Surveyor License
8J Food Sanitation Certificate/Licensed Dietician
8KSpecial License - Licensed Psychologist
8LSpecial License - Law License
8NSpecial License - Registered Nurse License
8OSpecial License - Occupational Therapist License
8PSpecial License - Pharmacist License
8QSpecial License - Religious Ordination by Recognized Commission
8RSpecial License - Dental Hygienist
8SSpecial License - Social Worker/Clinical Social Worker
8T Special License – Professional Educator License and Administrative Endorsement
8USpecial License - Physical Therapist License
8VSpecial License - Audiologist License
8WSpecial License - Speech-Language Pathologist License
8XSpecial License - Blaster Certificate
8YSpecial License - Plumbing License
8ZSpecial License - Special Metrologist Training
9ASpecial License - Certified Internal Auditor
9B

Special License - Certified Information Systems Auditor

9C

Special License - Landscape Architect

​9DSpecial License – Certified Real Estate Appraisal License
9GSpecial License - Registered Professional Geologist License

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Note on Public Service Administrator Option 6

Effective June 29, 2012, the RC-150 bargaining unit for the Option 6 positions RC-150 is abolished and the Option 6 positions are included either the RC-062 or RC-063 bargaining unit. The employees appointed to positions with a work location not at the Departments of Corrections, Human Services, Juvenile Justice, Natural Resources or Public Health or Human Rights Commission and allocated to the Public Service Administrator title Option 6 positions formerly represented by the RC-150 are paid at the RC-150 rates that were effective June 28, 2012. The employees appointed to positions with a work location at the Departments of Corrections, Human Services, Juvenile Justice, Natural Resources or Public Health or Human Rights Commission and allocated to the Public Service Administrator title Option 6 positions formerly represented by the RC-150 are paid at the F-RC-150 rates that were effective June 28, 2012.

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Senior Public Service Administrator Options

1General Administration/Business Marketing/Labor/Personnel
2Fiscal Management/Accounting/Budget/ Internal Audit/Insurance/Financial
2BFinancial Regulatory
2CEconomist
3Management Information System/Data Processing/Telecommunications
4Physical Sciences/Environment
5Agriculture/Conservation
6Health and Human Services
6HDevelopmental Disabilities Program Specialist
7Law Enforcement/Correctional
​7ACriminal Investigation Chief
8ASpecial License - Architect License
8BSpecial License - Boiler Inspector License
8CSpecial License - Certified Public Accountant/Certified Internal Auditor/Certified Information Systems Auditor
8DSpecial License - Dental License
8ESpecial License - Engineer (Professional)
8FSpecial License - Clinical Professional Counseling
8GSpecial License - Geologist License
8HSpecial License - Environmental Health Practitioner
8ISpecial License - Illinois Auctioneer License
8KSpecial License - Licensed Psychologist
8LSpecial License - Law License (Illinois)
8MSpecial License - Veterinary Medicine License
8NSpecial License - Nurse (Registered IL) License
8OSpecial License - Occupational Therapist License
8PSpecial License - Pharmacist License
8QSpecial License - Nursing Home Administration License
8RSpecial License - Real Estate Brokers License
8SSpecial License - Social Worker/Clinical Social Worker
8T Special License – Professional Educator License and Administrative Endorsement
8USpecial License - Landscape Architect
8ZSpecial License - Certified Real Estate Appraisal License

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RC-062

For the Revenue Tax Specialist II position classification title only - The pay grade assigned to the employee is based on the location of the position and the residence held by the employee. In the same position classification, the employee holding a position and residence outside the boundaries of the State of Illinois is assigned to a different pay grade than the pay grade assigned to the employee holding a position within the boundaries of the State of Illinois. The pay grade assigned to the employee holding a position located within the boundaries of the State of Illinois is the pay grade with the (IL) indication next to the position classification. The pay grade assigned to the employee holding the position located outside the boundaries of the State of Illinois is determined by the location of the employee's residence or position location (e.g., IL, CA or NJ or a state other than IL, CA or NJ). If the employee's residence moves to another state while the employee is in the same position located outside the boundaries of the State of Illinois, or moves into another position located outside the boundaries of the State of Illinois in the same position classification, the base salary may change depending on the location of the employee's new residence. In all cases, change in base salary shall be on a step for step basis (e.g., if the original base salary was on Step 5 in one pay grade, the new base salary will also be on Step 5 of the newly appropriate pay grade).

For the Revenue Audit Supervisor, Revenue Auditor I, II and III, Revenue Auditor Trainee, and Revenue Computer Audit Specialist position classification titles only. Effective July 1, 2010, State employees appointed to positions allocated to the Revenue Audit Supervisor, Revenue Auditor I, II and III, Revenue Auditor Trainee, and Revenue Computer Audit Specialist classifications shall be assigned to the pay grades:

Revenue Audit Supervisor, RC-062-29
Revenue Auditor I, RC-062-21
Revenue Auditor II, RC-062-24
Revenue Auditor III, RC-062-26
Revenue Auditor Trainee, RC-062-25
Revenue Computer Audit Specialist, RC-062-27

if the employee lives in California, 50% or more of the employee’s work is within a 200 mile radius of the Paramus NJ Illinois Department of Revenue office, or 50% or more of the employee’s work is within the District of Columbia.

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