There are a few different ways to access salary rates and grade structures at UCSB. You can access all rates, one title at a time, by going to the Title Code System (TCS) (system-wide web site). You can also download a complete Excel file of current UCSB rates. And lastly, you can view the salary grade structures for UCSB's professional and support staff (PSS), managers and senior professionals (MSP), Physicians (PH), and Development Officer (DO) positions.
Title Code System (TCS) Instructions
The UC system-wide Title Code System (TCS) can be used to view up-to-date information and rates for all UC title codes, both academic and non-academic, represented and unrepresented.
Instructions for Use
- Click on Title Code System (TCS)
- Click on "Non-Academic" Titles
- Type in one or more search criteria on the "Search Form" page and click "Search" at the bottom of the page
- On the "Search Results" page, click on the title code that you want to open up and view rates for
- On the "Title Detail" page you will see General Information and Detailed Information for that title. You will also see two different rate tables — one for covered (COV) bargaining unit rates, and one for uncovered (UNC) non-represented rates
Title Name Abbreviations
In November of 2012, UCOP implemented Titling Conventions for all title code names in an effort to prepare for the eventual conversion to Oracle PeopleSoft (see UC Path). This resulted in many titles being reduced in character size due to abbreviations. Here is a list of the words that will always be abbreviated and a full list of all UC abbreviated title names. Titling Abbreviations Full List of Titles with Abbreviations
Understanding UCSB's Salary Scales and Grades
Current Salary Scales and Grades are located in the top right section under "Useful Links"
At UCSB, most titles are assigned either a grade or a step scale. Graded titles have a minimum and a maximum rate and employees can be paid anywhere within the range. Titles with a step scale (ie. step 1.0, 2.0, 3.0, etc) have a succession of steps, beginning with step 1.0 and ending with a negotiated maximum step (differs between titles). Generally speaking, positions in the Professional and Support Staff (PSS) program and the Managers and Senior Professionals (MSP) program are assigned a salary grade, and positions assigned to a Collective Bargaining Unit are on a step scale. Positions that are assigned a grade must be paid a salary within the minimum and maximum of the salary range, and positions that are on a step scale, must be paid on one of the negotiated steps.
Historical Salary Scales & Grades
UCSB Human Resources can provide you with historical salary scales and grade tables in the event that you need them. For your convenience, we have posted historical information.
2016 Salary Scales:
2015 Salary Scales:
2014 Salary Scales:
2013 Salary Scales:
2012 Salary Scales:
2011 Salary Scales:
2010 Salary Scales:
2009 Salary Scales:
If you need to access salary scales from more than 5 years ago, please contact the Compensation Unit of Human Resources.
Minimum Wage (Fair Wage/Fair Work)
UCSB is governed by Federal Law but chooses to use the more generous California State Wage Minimum as it's minimum wage in order to remain competitive as an employer. Our Student Assistant positions begin at the state minimum wage of $10.00/hr.
Federal Minimum Wage (effective July 2009) = $7.25/hour
California State Minimum Wage (effective January 2016) = $10.00/hour
UCSB Minimum Wage for Student Assistants (effective January 2016) = $10.00/hour
Fair Wage / Fair Work
The UC Fair Wage/Fair Work plan is a minimum wage program that guarantees all UC employees (career, partial year career, limited, and contract) appointed at 50% or more will be paid at least $15 per hour by October 2017. For an overview of the program, please visit the UC Net site at http://ucnet.universityofcalifornia.edu/compensation-and-benefits/fairwage/index.html (link is external).