Ppta Collective Agreement Pay Scale

4.22.1 If the Secretary of Education approves the appointment of a teacher who is not a principal to the position of leader of Kāhui Ako, clause 3.7 (3) of the Collective Agreement for Secondary School Principals shall apply to the teacher, in addition to the relevant provisions of that agreement. You can also access a PDF version once you have selected the link to your respective collective agreement. (a) The starting salaries of teachers registered by the Teaching Council of Aotearoa New Zealand and who also have a qualification defined by a “G” grade are shown next to the salary table. According to the Ministry of Education, the majority of secondary school teachers receive additional remuneration for the acquisition of additional tasks, with 57 percent paid above the basic scale. This table of basic salaries applies to all teachers certified by the Teaching Council of Aotearoa New Zealand (including the categories “Provisionally certified and subject to confirmation, but not limited to teaching authority”), as they are qualified and trained for the purposes of this clause as teachers for teaching in New Zealand. 4.4.1 Short-term relief credits used in accordance with point 3.2.5(a) shall be paid up to 1/190 of the appropriate annual salary per working day (including vacation pay); provided that the maximum daily rate for auxiliaries with no more than 6 weeks is 1/190 level 6 of the basic scale – teachers or trained teachers. Level 10 of the basic scale – untrained teachers – should not exceed. The opening date is the date on which the negotiation process can begin. The opening date is the date on which the negotiation process can begin.

Each party may enter into negotiations from 60 days before the expiry of the collective agreement.