Classification & Compensation
|Job Titles||Payments||Time Off||Nine-Month
The intended use for the non-student hourly (temporary) employee group
Non-student hourly employees may be hired in a classified or non-classified job class except those listed below. Those hired with a state classified job class must be paid at the grade minimum. Pay grades do not apply to non-classified job classes.
Non-Student Hourly Job Exclusions
Non-student hourly employees may not be appointed to the following jobs.
|Clinical Psychology Intern||009930|
|Cooperative Graduate Asst||009985|
|CVMBS Summer Researcher||009970|
Non-student hourly employees cannot be paid less than minimum wage .
Non-student houly employees are normally eligible for overtime pay. Refer to the HR Manual, Section 1 .
Compensatory Time, Shift Differential, Call-Back Pay
Non-student houly employees are not eligible for compensatory time, shift differential, or call-back pay.
Non-student hourly employees are not eligible for paid time off such as vacation, sick leave, or paid holidays.
In any 12-month period (April 2012 to March 2013, for instance) a non-student hourly employee may work only 9 months - this is a per-employee limit so work in one or more departments counts toward the employee's limit, except when a Student at Other Institution form is provided.
A Non-Student Hourly may be exempt from the nine-month work limit if they qualify as a student at another institution. Students must be enrolled in a Colorado high school or any institution of higher education on a regular basis, at least half time, in a program that is working towards a degree or certification. Verification of student status should be submitted to the HR Records by February or October for the school term of the year.