It would be interesting to also include turnover rate of staff at these
jobs -- i.e. how often do people take a job, learn skills and then leave
for a job that pays double (or better) what they have made working in
Job satisfaction might also be considered, but may show up in the
Also, with the contracted time, how much unpaid overtime do these
people put in?
Sorry if I'm repeating something that someone else has said -- I'm
reading backwards since I haven't had time to keep up with the list the
last couple of weeks.
Joanne Finnegan, Technology Coordinator
Richmond and Jericho Elementary Schools, Vermont
>>> [log in to unmask] 10/09/02 08:24AM >>>
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>I like this list, keeping in mind as Paul pointed out elsewhere in
>that these categories are not pure. Library-media specialists
>techies, network administrators doing tech support, etc. Even the FTE
>can be misleading. In Barre it can mean a 187-day teacher contract or
>230-day administrator contract. Big difference. So maybe we need to
>specific on days rather than using the FTE.
If everyone is serious about gathering this information (and it
that way from the number of responses), then I would also suggest
collecting data on another bit of information that would be helpful to
budget planners and the IT Dept staff.
What is the salary range that each position is receiving. For this to
usable for comparative purposes, the above info that Tommy suggests
(contract length) would need to be included. I believe that this is
usually public information in most school districts. This information
could be helpful in many ways: budgetary planning, ascertaining
existing salaries are in line with other school districts of
support ratios, etc.
Bill, is this project something that you and your staff could
There seems to be quite a bit of interest out amongst the troops!
Fred Wadlington, Systems Administrator
Milton Town School District
(802) 893-3215 x114