Seattle College District Procedure
TITLE: Special Program Administrators
477.10 Administrators who are employed in special programs will be given either a letter of appointment or an employment contract which ends with the conclusion of the program in which they are employed.
477.20 During their employment, special program administrators will be placed on the regular administrative salary schedule and will be accorded all rights, benefits, and privileges of regular administrators.
477.30 FRINGE BENEFITS FOR SPECIAL PROGRAM ADMINISTRATORS
Special program administrators shall accrue all of the same benefits as regular administrators of the District except that provision will be made for their termination of employment at the conclusion of the program unless they are otherwise specifically accommodated.
Special program administrators are eligible for fringe benefits if their continuing employment status covers a minimum period of six months or more. Those individuals who are employed under special contracts of less than six months duration do not qualify for coverage.
In case of part-time special program administrators, fringe benefits eligibility criteria will apply.
The fact that the budget provisions of special contract contain funds for fringe benefits does not imply that all persons employed under the contract automatically become eligible for all fringe benefits offered by the District to continuing administrators.
477.40 CURTAILMENT OR TERMINATION OF A SPECIAL PROGRAM
In the event a special program is curtailed or terminated, either for reasons of educational POLICY or lack of funds from the financing source, all special program administrators will be notified by the college president.
477.50 NOTIFICATION OF SPECIAL PROGRAM ADMINISTRATORS
All special program administrators shall be notified at the time of their employment of the POLICY and procedures pertinent to their employment status.
Chancellor’s Cabinet – Revision & Adoption History
Companion Document : Pol477
Adoption Date : 1976/12/06
Revision Date : 1976/12/06