10-6. College and Career Coach Classification.
A. Class and Duties/Responsibilities.College and Career Coaches are non-instructional employees who assist school staff, students, parents and school communities in creating college-going environment, assist students in preparing for post-secondary education and careers, and track metrics to support their function.
B. Licensure.Licensure is not required.
C. Exempt Status.CCCs are exempt professional employees
D. Status Quo after Recognition.No CCC shall suffer a loss in salary or benefits due to the agreement to bring ISLs into the bargaining unit in December 2015. Employees currently classified as post-secondary liaisons shall be reclassified as College and Career Coaches.
1. Grade.CCC employees shall be placed on Grade GA10.
2. New hire step placement.New hires will be placed on step 1 or any appropriate advanced step in accordance with CPS policies.
3. Incumbent Employee Step Placement.
ii. A CCC whose salary is $65,000 or more per year will be placed on the step closest to his/her current salary provided that the step has a salary equal to or greater than the CCC’s current salary.
iii. All other CCCs will be placed on a step that has a salary at least $1500 greater than their current salary.
b) As soon as practicable after placing them on their step in paragraph c(i) above, the Board will pay those incumbent CCC employees any retroactive step pay due to them between July 1, 2016 and the date of actual step placement.
c) Effective immediately, incumbent CCC employees step entry and anniversary dates will be July 1st.
F. Saturday/Sunday Work.CCCs’ who are required to work on a Saturday or Sunday will be paid a non-pensionable stipend of $100 per day for work on those days.
G. Supply Stipend.CCCs shall receive the supply money stipend of up to $250 provided for in Article 7-6.
H. Regular Work Day and Work Year.
1. Regular Work Day.
b) The practice of one attendance swipe per day shall be maintained. The work day shall normally begin at 8:30 a.m. and end at 4:30 p.m.; however, start and end times may vary according to school start and end times as well as any meetings prior to or after school (e.g., if a CCC is assigned to a school that starts at 8:30 a.m. and has administrative meetings at 7:30 a.m. that the CCC is required to attend, the CCCs’ day would start at 7:30 a.m. and end at 3:30 p.m.)
c) It is understood that CCCs may be required to work outside their regular workday or work week schedule.