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UFIFLORIDA GeorgeA.SmatherslibrariesFACULTYMARKET EQUITYPLANForPresentation totheLibrary Faculty Assembly November 21, 2011[Key changes highlighted in Yellow.] Basis for Market Equity Planning: ReportoftheSmathers Libraries Joint Committee onMarketEquity Analysis, April 1, 2009(www.uflib.ufl.edu/lfaIreports/Ma rketE qu ityF in a1040109.d oel o AssociationofResearch Libraries(ARL)Salary Surveyisa serviceable external measure (http://www.arl.org/stats/annualsurveys/salarv/saI091O.shtmil CitedintheMemorandumofAgreement betweenUFandtheUFFastherecommended sourcefornational salary statisticsforlibrarians oARLUSpublic university libraries constitute a suitable representationofUF's peer institutions o ARL's non-administrativejobtypes arethemost reasonable basisforexternal linkage [Table 17] o Applying locally defined compensable factors allowsforinternal equity Advanced degrees heldinadditiontotheMLS,which are applicabletothejobassignment, shouldbecompensable Alimitednumberoffaculty positions require uncommon skills,suchasforeign language fluency, and,asa result, necessitate a salary adjustmenttomaintain internal and externalequityPerformanceisanimportantcomponentofanequitable salary structure o Salaries should reflect differencesinlibrarian rank and lengthofservice [Table 26] 12-15 yearsofservice andtherankofAssociateULrepresent themidpointofthedistributionforeach ARLjob typeBasis for Salary Data:ARLsalary survey datafrom2009-2010 usingtheSouthAtlantic'regionalfactor(.94ofnational) [Table 25j Individual ARLjob types, experience and education levelsfromdatasubmittedby library faculty andtheirchairs Merged 3ARLJobTypestoreflectthemixofresponSibilities forourlibrary facultyASSOCIATEULMidpoint(SouthAtlantic)#ofGASlFaculty@ 12-15 Years ARLJob Type (n=77) $55,042 Archivist/Curator 8 $55,855 Cataloger 7 $57,375 Functional Specialist 1 $67,407 H uma n Resources 1 $62,682 IT, Programmer0$61,069IT,Systems 1 $58,644IT,Web Developer$57,489 Public Services/Subject 54 Specialist/Reference* $59,553 Preservation 1 $55,396 Technical Services 4....Application of Salary Data: Stipendsfordepartmentchairs and associate chairs excluded fromthebase salary calculations Midpointspecifictoeach facultymemberbased upon o Position-specific factors Job Type Language: Adjust up9%ifforeign language requiredforposition o Individual-specific compensable factors: Rank: Adjust upordownby9%forAssistantULandUL,respectively LengthofService: Adjust upordownforapplicable experience aboveorbelowARLaverageforapplicable rank Advanced Degrees: Adjust upforadditional relevant advanced degrees (maximumof$5,000) Performance: Adjust uptoretaineffectof2010meritincreases1ARLUniversitiesintheSouth Atlantic Region: Delaware, Duke, Emory, Florida, Florida State, Georgia, Georgia Tech, George Washington, Georgetown, Howard, Johns Hopkins, Maryland,Miami,NorthCarolina, North Carolina State, South Carolina, Virginia, Virginia Tech.Page1

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AdditionalAdjustmentsRelatedtoPerformance and Eligibility:Capall raises at 18% Capraises at9%for faculty with "Achieves" (or no evaluation)inprimary responsibilityineitherofthe past 2 years Exclude facultywith"DoesNotMeet"inany category in eitherofthe past 2 years Doesnotpreclude the abilitytoapplyforindividual market equity evaluations(seebelow)CostforImplementationofMarketEquityTargets:Full Cost SalaryHSCL$ 23,891UL$245,403 TOTAL $269,294 Libraries Cost SalaryHSCL$ 14,035UL$169,822TOTAL$183,857 $85,437 of the market equity salaries willbefunded byUFthrough the anticipated3%Across The Board(ATB)increase providedtofaculty eligibleformarketequity Marketequity willbeimplemented in 3 phases: December 2011,July2012, andJuly2013 Eachphase willbeonethirdofprojected expense Faculty with pending promotions will be prioritized Faculty appointments resulting from searches willbepaid basedonthenewmarket equity structureTheProvost has approved expenditureof$180,000 in salariesforLibrary Faculty Market EqUitySummaryofMarketEquityResults (InclusiveofAnticipated3%AcrosstheBoard Increase FundedbyUF): Eligibility for and timingofthe3%ATBwillbedetermined byUF,however, 70ofthe 77 library faculty evaluated for market equity raises are expectedtobe eligibleforthe3%ATBinJanuary 2012 After the applicationofmarket equity and the3%ATB,60%oflibrary faculty willbeabove themidpointfortheirJobType and 40% will be below themidpointoMidpointisbased onanASSOCIATEULwith 12to15yearsofexperience,soanASSOCIATEULwith 8 yearsofapplicable experience could be below the midpoint, evenwithmeritandsignificantothercompensable factors 41(53%)library faculty will receive market equity raises beyond the3%ATB(8library faculty had previously been targetedforMEincreasesof3%or less) 19(25%)library faculty already atorabove market equity basedonindividual compensable factors (combinationofhigh achieverswhohave receivedmeritraises overtimeandnewhires appointed with the market equity structure in mind) 7 faculty capped at18%7 faculty capped at9%8 faculty ineligible This planisnotapplicableto5 Assistant and Associate DeansortheDeanofUniversity LibrariesAdditionalInformation: Individual criteriaformarket equity are fixed until the implementationiscompleted (no adjustmentsforadditional degrees earned, etc.) After implementation, currently Ineligible facultycanapplyforanindividual market equity evaluation followingtheproceduresinthe Career Development Handbook once they have cured the deficiency fortwoconsecutive appraisal periods After implementation,otherfaculty, including those subjecttoacap,canapplyforanindividual marketequity evaluation following the proceduresinthe Career Development Handbook Future market equity adjustments will continuetodependonthe availability funding This structure will be usedtodevelop salary offersfornew faculty Eachfacultymemberwill receive alettersummarizingtheapplicationofmarketequitytohisorher job type and compensable factors,aswellasdocumenting the anticipated change in salary,ifany.Page 2

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3."Salary"shouldbeenteredas it existedonJuly 1,2009. Pleasedonotholdupthereportingprocess for later salary adjustments. Includeallfilled positionsandexcludeallvacantpositions. Report the actual salary paid. Donotadjustpart-time salaries to their full-time equivalents; ARL will do thisduringthedataanalysisandverification stage. Donotincludefringe benefits.4.Each positioncanhaveonlyone"Tob"code,tobe taken from the following list: DIRLIB Director of Libraries (includes Dean of Librariesandequivalenttitles) SCDIR Associate Director ASTDIR Assistant Director HOMEDHead,Medical Library(HumanMedicine only) HDLA WHead,LawLibraTy HDBRHead,OtherBranch Library(indudingVeterinary Medicine) FSPEC Functional Specialist ARCHArchivists/CuratorsBUSIBudget/Fiscal/BusinessManager/Facilities HUMRESHumanResources/Training/StaffDevelopmentITSInformationTechnology Systems ITWInformationTechnology WebDevelopmentITP Information TechnologyProgramming/ApplicationDevelopmentMEDIAMedia/MultimediaSpecialists(indudinggraphics) PRES Preservation/Conserva tion SSPEC Subject Specialist HDACQHead,AcquisitionsDepartmentHDCATHead,CatalogDepartment/Un.itHDCIRCHead,Circulation HDCOMPHead,LibraryandComputerSystems HDDOCHead,DocumentsDepartmentHDMAPHead,MapRoom/DepartmentHDRBMHead,RareBook/ManuscriptsDeparhnentHDREFHead,ReferenceDeparhnentBOSERHead,SerialsDepartmentBOOTHHead,OtherDepartment/Service/Agency CA T Ca talogers, both generalandspecializedREFReference librarians,bothgen ralandspecialized PUBS Public Services, non-supervisory, except reference librarians TECH Teclm.ical Services, non-supervisory, except catalogers ADMIN Adminish'ativeandother wuts, non-supervisorypositionThe position categoriesusedin thissurveyareintendedtocorrespondroughlywiththe activities carriedonin libraries,notwitl1 any particularpatternof stafforganizationor nomenclature. Please use these categories in the maImer youfeel best applies toyourlibrary.If (my individualhasresponsibilities described bymorethanone of the above categories, choose the category that ismosttypical ofhis/hergeneral duties. Associate orAssistantDirector,andHead,OtherBranch. Use these codes for all personsatthese levels regardless of the area of specialty.Ifanassistant or associate d.irector is alsoheadofa department, choose the category thatmostreflects the generaldutiesof thepersoncurrently in the posi tion.4

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Specialists.These areoftwokinds: Subject Specialistsprimarilybuildcollections,butmayalso offer specialized referenceandbibliographic services; FWlctional Specialistsaremediaspecial ists or expertsinmanagementfieldssuchas personnel, fiscal matters, systems, preservation, etc. Specialistsmaynotbe, sh'ictly speaking, professional librarians (i.e.,haveanMLS). The "specialist" categorywouldgenerallynotbeusedforsomeonewithsignificantsupervisoryresponsibilities,whoshouldinsteadbe listed as adepartmentheadorassistant director (see also noteunderAssistantDeparhnentHead,below). FunctionalSpecialistsub-codes.Startingwiththe2004-05Salary Survey, the ARL StatisticsandMeasurementCommitteeadoptedaproposalfrom the ACRLPersOIU1elAdministratorsandStaffDevelopmentOfficers DiscussionGroupto breakdownthe Functional Specialist cat gory. For each positionwhichwouldhavebeen labeled FSPECpriorto2004-05,instadplease useoneoftheeightsub-codes (ARCH, BUSI, HUMRES,ITS,ITW,ITP, MEDIA, PRES) to describe that position.Ifyoucannotdeterminewhichsub-codetouse, pleaseusethe FSPEC code.DepartmentHeads.DeparhnentHeadsnotspecificallyincludedintheabove listshouldbe includedunderthe category"Head,OtherDepaltment/Service/Agency."Head,Catalog Deparhl1entshouldbeusedeither for thedepartmentthathandlesall cataloging,orfor theheadof a specialized catalogillgunit(e.g. copy catalogillgorforeign languages). List theheadof libraryautomationandcomputersystems, applications,programming,etc. asHDCOMPlilIes thatpersonisalsoanAssociateorAssistant DiTector, illwhichcaseusetheappropriateadminish"ati e code.Ifthere isanintermediate level ofmanagementbetweenanAssociateorAssistant Directorandthe professionalswhoactually carryoutthe analysis,programming,etc., useHDCOMPto definethatintermediatelevel. Professionals,who carry outanalysis, programming, etc.,shouldbe listed as functional specialists (FSPEC).Head,AcquisitionsDepartment.UseHDACQfor all of the followillg positions:(a)headof a dpartmentthat is responsible for the selection of material (ormanagementof selection activities calTiedouton a basis encompassillg more than a singleorganizationalunit),butnotresponsible for theplacementof orders,paymentof invoices, etc.; (b)headof adepartmentre ponsible for theplacementof orders,maintainingon-orderfiles,paymentof illvoices, etc.,butnotresponsible for selection decisions;(c)headof adepartmentresponsible forboththe selection decisions (orcoordinationof selection activities)andfor acquU'ulg the material. Libraries tha tsplitthesetwofunctionsbetweentwodepartmentsshouldreportmorethan oneprofssionalwiththepositionHDACQ.pedalnote concerning Assistant DepartmentHeads.Assistant DepaTtmentHeadswhoare responsible for majorunitsandspendthebulkof their time illsupervisionandrevision of theworkof otllersshouldalso be listed as"Head,OtherDeparhnent/Service/Agency." See additional sub-codesbelowforHead,Cataloging,andH ad,OtherDepartment.However,ssistantHeadpositionsresponible for small wuts orforsupervisiononlyinthe absence of the headshouldbereportedas non-supervisoryorspecialist positions as appropriate.]Administrative.Pleasenotethat ADMIN isnotonly forAdministrativeServicesandrelated positions,butalso canbeappliedtoPublic Relations/CommUIucations, 5

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YEARSOFEXPERIENCE0-3Position YearsDirector Associate Director Assistant Director :j: Head, Branch 55,278 Functional Specialist 49,342 Subject Specialist48,916Dept. Head: Acquisitions 56,586 Reference :j: Cataloging49,023SerialsDocuments/Maps52,291 Circulation 52,719 RareBooks/Manuscripts :j: ComputerSystems 78,463Other57,134Public Services 48,514 Technical Services48,193AdministrativeServices 52,854 Reference48,021Cataloger49,127AllPositions:Average Salary$49,584No.ofPositions9624-7Years$89,779 74,889 60,093 55,37954,14163,563 64,000 60,128 :j:57,222 61,263 :j: :j: 61,72851,863 53,903 54,107 52,716 53,345$55,148 1,110 8-11 Years :j: $94,637 86,504 69,60460,71061,37866,51274,17060,37161,165 :j: 56,359 71,04690,19066,308 55,74657,906 67,21457,733 57,235 $61,856 1,239 12-15 Years :j: $109,19892,81273)4065,871 66,598 66,42576,861 70,D42 :j:64,98171,724 73,31386,14974,892 57,325 57,508 65,018 61,609 58,6736$7,459 952 16-19 Years :j: $112,860 106,585 76,598 67,981 67,65673,90979,69772,88181,99968,866 76,53779,37692,053 80,257 62,277 64,747 71,72461,798 62,175 $71,938 85320-23Years$182,450117,04799,764 79,844 70,08572,74176,592 73,044 75,46376,17773,41373,11175,029 83,125 80,329 59,502 64,402 70)41 68,597 64,635$75,677 85524-27Years$198,845 118,438 102,438 82,535 76,75872,16975,786 81,60379,962 :j: 71,402 70,005 90,934 90,276 80,760 63,425 62,513 89,064 69,39565,119$80,60072428-31 Years$187,198117,846108,287 83,29674,92476,11582,24491,63176,135 :j:76,l73 96,536 85,40599,21283,37867,74265,40173,86170,484 66,984$84,835 69232-35Years $207,134 125,564 113,008 93,374 80,648 80,103 81,15389,16392,692 :j:77,584 78,554 95,998 102,07087,19364,886 77,344 84,562 71,515 67,167 $92,526 585 over35Years $197,328 128,467 108,485 93,23378,97782,448 92,06692)83 77,783:j: 82,953 80,336 93,685 88,54469,14275,299 91,478 76,840 69,653$94,589 540

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NortheastNewMiddleEnglandAtlantic73,794 78,331 74,299 73,392 68,990 70,082 82,479 89,809 77,382 65,454 58,240 54,870 49,496 68,169 60,320 55,358 48,600(114)68,173 60,713 56,562 50,112Total$196,930 117,372 102,639 79,673 63,130 65,480(15) 73,160 57,874 63,124 53,444 77,347 63,580 58,862 56,512 80,653 70,692 61,424 54,104 83,456 72,514 80,090 78,717 83,96] 69,888 83,843 82,756 80,848 $151,500109,1919],609 86,859 65,785 65,527Canada(12)73,704 62,269 52,763 48,858 72,949 60,155 53,93447,11576,954 65,029 5],340 48,582 80,235 84,306 82,062 :j: :j: 84,6]8 83,749 95,481 84,314 Pacific $197,347 123,410 ]03,344 82,776 67,537 74,134West(7)62,709 57,463 52,010 46,262 61,526 :j: 47,93145,573 81,093 78,678 78,015 :j: 62,861 :j: 73,617 88,936 75,612 66,323 48,921 50,846 48,955 $173,289 110,789 108,429 80,372 60,992 63,045Mountain58,204 58,546 48,913 44,551 65,324 69,091 72,508 :j:64,425 58,969 68,514 89,869 67,087 55,583 54,964 49,093 44,89] 51,501 51,250 47,287 4],451WestS.Central(9)$195,091 105,505 92,931 73,928 56,520 54,716 57,514 48,866 :j: 42,164 61,156 55,175 50,553 45,409 62,677 :j: 61,251 :j: :j: :j: 75,512 :j: 69,109 64,549 50,193 54,746 40,383SouthEastS.Central(6)$173,289 106,459 87,790 73,300 53,101 56,221 59,632 53,148 51,739 44,959 58,500 59,117 52,213 48,089(18)68,732 78,607 67,473 73,738 62,413 72,759 82,816 89,153 76,472 63,645 56,347 50,592 46,125SouthAtlantic$214,658 ]22,704 104,992 70,196 60,575 59,366 69,753 75,884 67,227 58,267 54,933 52,907 46,979 70,783 55,867 78,555 :j: 62,847 58,902 53,786 47,208 42,956 66,048 49,732 54,190 47,224WestN.Central(7)$188,846 111,301 104,472 74,560 61,943 58,637 69,092 58,532 54,55947,79570,429 73,294 70,314 :j: 62,477 68,712 85,331 84,358 79,047 66,67857,47352,755 48,346North Central59,332 55,520 50,207 48,744 EastN.Central(17)$199,831 108,684 96,868 74,37] 56,930 62,113 66,724 57,944 54,391 47,623(14)71,368 78,399 73,301 75,288 71,004 70,590 88,705 84,289 79,835 74,748 66,336 61,887 50,975 65,081 54,555 54,288 46,80] $234,070 127,324 112,387 85,599 64,583 67,486 73,778 65,423 65,190 50,469(9) 73,125 65,754 63,843 56,138 72,993 73,003 64,889 57,683 81,851 88,962 87,877 :j::j: 82,265 89,859 100,835 82,650 $215,663 132,057 108,684 92,030 72,734 73,269Cataloging:Over14yearsexperience10to14yearsexperience5 to 9yearsexperienceUnder5yearsexperienceDept.Head:AcquisitionsReferenceCatalogingSerialsDocuments/MapsCirculationRareBooks/ManuscriptsComputerSystemsOtherReference:Over14yearsexper.ience10to14yearsexperience5 to 9yearsexperienceUnder5yearsexperienceOther:Over14yearsexperience10to14yearsexperience5 to 9yearsexperienceUnder5yearsexperiencePositionDirectorAssociateDirectorAssistantDirectorHead,BranchFunctionalSpecialistSubjectSpecialist 5'< o <"It>0.::>e:<0.:c'"en"'"...It>U1o AllPositions:Average SalaryNo. ofStaff$76,371 1,119 $73,127 1,194 $66,434 1,338 $64,744 466 $67,850 1,161 $62,872 305 $62,938 607 $68,341 413 $75,283 962 $73,363 947 $70,266 8,512

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ARLUNIVERSITY LIBRARIES BYGEOGRAPlDCREGIONRegion No.ofLibraries Northeast1.New England 92.MiddleAtlantic14North Central3.EastNorthCentral174.WestNorthCentral7South5.South Atlantic186.EastSouthCentral 67.West South Central 9West8.Mountain 79.Pacific12Canada15ARL University Libraries IncludedBoston University, Boston College, Brown, Connecticut, Dartmouth,Harvard,Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Massachusetts,YaleColumbia; Cornell; NewYork;Pennsylvania; Pennsylvania State; Pittsburgh; Princeton; Rochester; Rutgers; State University ofNewYork:Albany, Buffalo, Stony Brook; Syracuse; Temple Case WesternReerve, Chicago, Cincinnati, Illinois-Chicago, Illinois-Urbana, Indiana, Kent State, Michigan, Michigan State, Notre Dame, Northwestern, Ohio University, Ohio State, Purdue, Southern Illinois, Wayne State, Wisconsin Iowa, Iowa State, Kansa Minnesota, Missouri, ebraska, WashingtonU-StLouis Delaware, Duke, Emory, Florida, Florida State, Georgia, Georgia Tech., Georgetown, George Washington, Howard, Johns Hopkins, Maryland, Miami,NorthCarolina,NorthCarolina State, South Carolina, Virginia, Virginia Tech Alabama, Auburn, Kentucky, Louisville, Tennessee, VanderbiltHouston,Louisiana State, Oklahoma,OklahomaState, Rice, Texas, Texa A&M, Texas Tech, Tulane Arizona, Arizona State, Brigham Young, Colorado, Colorado State, New Mexico, Utah University of California: Berkeley, Davis, Irvine, Los Angeles, Riverside, San Diego, Santa Barbara; Hawaii; Oregon; Southern California; Washington; WashingtonState Alberta, British Columbia, Calgary, Guelph, Laval, McGill, McMaster, Manitoba, Montreal, Queen's, Saskatchewan, Toronto, Waterloo, Western Ontario, YorkStates/Provinces IncludedConn., Mass., Me., N.H.,R.I.,Vt. N.J., N.Y.,Pa.Ill.,Ind., Mich., Ohio, Wis. Iowa, Kan., Minn., Mo., eb., Oak.,S.Oak. Del., DC, Fla., Ga., Md., N.C., S.c.,Va.,W.Va.Ala.,Ky.,Miss., Tenn. Ark., La., Okla.,Tex.Ariz., Colo., Idaho, Mont., Nev.,N.Mex., Utah, Wyo. Alaska,Calif,Hawaii, Ore., Wash. Alta., B.c., Man.,N.Br., New., N.S.,Ont.,P.E.I.,Que., Sask.RegionsarebasedontheclassificationusedbytheUS Bureau of theCensusintabulationsoftheCurrentPopulation Survey.ARL University Libraries51

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Djrector Serials69,14275,299 92,079 71,620 68,588 88,391 89,880 92,183 77,783:j:77,586 83,665 93,351 $203,299 129,548 106,707 91,92979,01381,860over35Years64,886 77,344 81,819 71,565 66,148 80,432 84,982 91,878:j::j:79,885 95,998 103,334 87,53432-35Years$210,036 126,264 114,648 92,624 81,678 79,45067,74263,732 75,829 69,138 65,934 82,185 91,015 76,220:j:76,173 96,695 84,75199,2U81,70828-31Years$192,893 119,284 108,917 82,408 74,784 75,569 63,425 61,788 91,77967,12264,059 73,655 83,329 79,896:j:71,402 71,206 90,934 92,391 80,07124-27Years$206,337 119,223 103,980 80,266 76,942 72,012 58,769 63,866 70,245 65,383 64,470 73,597 75,965 75,540 74,340:j:74,10974,000 84,314 79,57520-23Years$209,850117,223101,848 79,29070,13171,85162,277 60,776 71,233 60,235 61,900 73,909 81,253 72,223 84,875 62,681 75,010 79,376 91,472 80,31516-19Years$116,404 113,752 76,652 67,55567,741YEARSOF EXPERIENCE57,325 55,793 64,676 59,787 58,414 66,713 77,044 70,565:j:64,369 71,724 73,313 89,679 74,86012-15Years:j:$110,15794,991 72,234 65,882 66,576 55,269 57,872 68,453 56,49657,19062,508 74,350 60,37161,16558,099 56,144 71,046 90,190 66,554 $93,48687,90968,229 60,43961,1628-11Years:j:60,972 51,510 53,934 52,991 50,592 52,915 63,563 63,395 60,128 :j: 57,222 61,263 $85,860 74,889 58,603 55,086 54,265 4-7 Years46,204 48,580 ReferenceDocuments/Maps52,291 Circulation47,653RareBooks/Manuscripts:j:ComputerSystems78,463Other52,942 AdminjstrativeServices 53,143DeptHead: Acquisjtions 56,586 Reference:j:Cataloging49,023 Cataloger Associate Director Assjstant Director:j:Head,Brandl$55,278 Public Services 47,769Technical Services 48,1530-3Position YearsFunctional Specialist 48,936 Subject Specialist 49,029AllPositions:Average Salary NumberofStaff$48,975 837 $54,505 975 $61,403 1,101 $67,101 865 $71,331 767 $74,909746$80,071 651 $84,387 622 $93,192 524 $93,943 477

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Figure4:DistributionofFunctionalSpecialistJobSub-CodesbyTypeofLibraryMainMedicalLawAllPositionNo.Percento.Percento.Percento.Percent Ardtivi t489 23.2% 22 13.4% 611.1%517 22.2%Buine Manager140 6.6%169.8%1 1.9% 157 6.7%Human Resource90 4.3% 1 0.6% 0 0.0%913.9%IT,Systems406 19.3% 36 22.0% 14 25.9% 456 19.6%IT,WebDeveloper1537.3%22 13.4% 7 13.0% 1827.8%IT,Programmer289 13.7%2817.1%317 13.6%Media Specialist102 4.8% 6 3.7% 47.4%112 4.8%Preservation127 6.0% 3 1.8% 3 5.6% 133 5.7%Other Functiona I Specialists313 14.8% 30 18.3% 19 35.2% 362 15.6%Total2,109164542,327Figure5,below, displays the average salaries of the subcategories by positionandex (lawandmedical libraries not included) in thesamefashion as Table17.The salaries in each of theub-categories deviate widely from the combined Functional Specialist average salary of$63,897.Humanresource speciaUsts have the highest average of all subcategorie withanaverage salary of$71,840;media/multimediaspecialisthavethe lowest average salary of $54,794.Figure5:DistributionofFunctionalSpecialistJobSub-Codes'AverageSalariesbySexWomenMenTotalPositionSalaryNo.SalaryNo.SalaryNo.Archivists57,541 306 60,534 183 58,661 489Business Mallager69,677 88 72,629 52 70,774 140HumanResources70,826 75 76,907 15 71,840 90IT,Systems65,346 142 64,944 26465,085406fT,WebDeveloper60,787 67 63,8368662,500 153IT,Programmer65,278 86 67,450 20366,804289Media Speciali t55,199 45 54,4745754,794 102Preservation62,682 96 65,905 31 63,469 127Other Functional Speciali t60,35120162,577 112 61,148 313AllFunctionalSpecialists63,0761,10665,4731,00363,8972,109In regardstothegender gap in ARL libraries explained in the previous section,itisworthnoting that the average alaries of men are higherthanthose of womeninseven out of the nine categorieinFigure5.12 .ARLAnnualSalary Survey2009-2010

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Faculty Salary Structure After Market Equity AssistantULor AssistantIN-1.09 Subject Specialist/ Reference/Public ServicesTechnicalservicesCataloger Functional Specialist (no subgroup) Archivists/CuratorHumanResourcesIT,SystemsIT,Web DeveloperIT,ProgrammerPreservationAssociateULor AssociateINSubject Specialist! Reference/Public ServicesTechnicalservicesCataloger Functional Specialist (no subgroup) Archivis ts/CuratorHurnanResourcesIT,SystemsIT,Web DeveloperIT, ProgrammerPreservationULorSr.AssociateIN1.09 Subject Specialist/ Reference/Public ServicesTechnicalservicesCataloger Functional Specialist (no subgroup)Archivists/CuratorHumanResourcesIT,SystemsIT,Web DeveloperIT,ProgrammerPreservation8-1112-1516-19 20-23 24-2728-31 32-35 over 350-3years4-7yearsyearsyears years years yearsyearsyearsyears0.79 0.870.88 0,92 0.95 0.99 1.03 1.06 1.10 1.14 45,417 50,016 50,591 52,890 54,61556,915 59,214 60,93963,238 65,538 43,763 48,195 48,749 50,964 52,626 54,842 57,058 58,720 60,93663,152 44,126 48,594 49,152 51,387 53,062 55,297 57,531 59,206 61,441 63,675 45,326 49,916 50,490 52,78554,50656,80159,096 60,817 63,112 65,407 43,483 47,88648,437 50,638 52,289 54,491 56,693 58,344 60,546 62,747 53,252 58,644 59,318 62,015 64,037 66,733 69,429 71,452 74,14876,844 48,245 53,130 53,741 56,184 58,016 60,45962,901 64,733 67,176 69,619 46,329 51,020 51,607 53,95355,712 58,058 60,404 62,16364,509 66,854 49,519 54,53355,160 57,66859,548 62,055 64,563 66,443 68,950 71,458 47,047 51,811 52,406 54,789 56,575 58,957 61,339 63,126 65,508 67,890 MidPoint8-1112-15 16-19 20-2324-2728-31 32-35 over 35yearsyearsyears yearsyearsyearsyearsyears0.96 1.00 1.041.081.121.16 1.20 1.24 55,190 57,48959,789 62,089 64,38866,688 68,987 71,287 53,18055,396 57,612 59,828 62,044 64.259 66,475 68,691 53,62155,855 58,089 60,324 62,558 64,792 67,026 69,260 55,080 57,375 59,670 61,965 64,26066,55568,850 71,145 52,840 55,04257,24359,445 61,647 63,848 66,050 68,252 64,711 67,407 70,103 72,800 75,496 78,192 80,889 83,585 58,626 61,069 63,51265,955 68,398 70,840 73,283 75,726 56,298 58,644 60,990 63,33665,681 68,027 70,373 72,719 60,175 62,682 65,18967,697 70,204 72,711 75,219 77,726 57,171 59,553 61,93564,31766,69969,08171,463 73,845 8 -11 12-1516-19 20-2324-27 28-31 32-35 over 35 yearsyearsyearsyearsyearsyearsyearsyears1.05 1.091.13 1.18 1.22 1.26 1.311.35 60,36462,66364,963 67,838 70,13772,437 75.311 77,611 58,166 60,38262,59865,36767,583 69,799 72,569 74,785 58,648 60,88263,11665,909 68,14370,377 73,170 75,404 60,24462,53964,83467,70269,997 72,292 75,161 77,456 57,794 59,995 62,197 64,949 67,151 69,352 72,104 74,306 70,777 73,474 76,17079,540 82,23784,933 88,303 91,000 64,12366,56669,008 72,062 74,505 76,947 80,00182,444 61,576 63,922 66,268 69,20071,546 73,892 76,824 79,170 65,81668,323 70,831 73,965 76,472 78,979 82,114 84,621 62,530 64,912 67,29570,272 72,654 75,036 78,014 80,396

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Library FacultyMarketEquity Assessment Report November 21, 2011Pleaserefertothe "Faculty Market Equity Plan" presentedtotheUFLFAmeeting on November 21,2011 (seeLINK)for additional information. Name: Beta, SS/Ref/PS -9%CurrentBaseSalary (Current Salary, Excluding Stipend(ifany)): $45,000JobClassMidpoint: $57,489 Adjustment for Foreign Language Requirement(ifany): $0Rank:ASTUNIVLIBRARIANYearsofApplicable Experience: Total Education Credit: $0 2010 FacultyMeritIncrease: $07Resulting Modifier: 0.87 InitialBaseSalaryTarget$50,016 % Over CurrentBase:11.15%BaseSalary Targetafter"Needs Improvement" disqualifiers, and/or CriteriaOne"Achieves"cap(9%),and/or18%maximum caps: $49,050 Disqualified or Capped Amount: Current Targeted Increase Amount: $966 $4,050FinalTargetTOTALSalary (including Stipend(ifany)): $49,050

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Library FacultyMarketEquity Assessment Report November 21, 2011Pleaserefertothe "FacultyMarketEquity Plan" presentedtotheUFLFAmeeting on November 21, 2011 (seeLINK)foradditional information. Name: Delta, SS/Ref/PS -18%CurrentBaseSalary (Current Salary, Excluding Stipend(ifany)): $67,000JobClassMidpoint: $57,489 AdjustmentforForeign Language Requirement(ifany):Rank:ASOUNIVLIBRARIAN$5,174YearsofApplicable Experience: Total Education Credit: $5,000 2010 FacultyMeritIncrease: $6,09625Resulting Modifier: 1.12 InitialBaseSalary Target: $81,279 % Over CurrentBase:21.31%BaseSalary Target after "Needs Improvement" disqualifiers,and/orCriteria One "Achieves"cap(9%),and/or18% maximum caps: $79,060 DisqualifiedorCapped Amount: Current Targeted Increase Amount: $2,219 $12,060 Final TargetTOTALSalary (including Stipend(ifany)): $79,060

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Library FacultyMarketEquity Assessment Report November 21, 2011Pleaserefertothe "Faculty Market Equity Plan" presentedtotheUFLFAmeetingonNovember 21,2011 (seeLINK)for additional information. Name: Epsilon, Technical Services (Stipend) CurrentBaseSalary (Current Salary, Excluding Stipend(ifany)): $60,000JobClassMidpoint: $55,396 Adjustment for Foreign Language Requirement(ifany):$0Rank:UNIVLIBRARIANYearsofApplicable Experience: Total Education Credit: $2,000 2010 FacultyMeritIncrease: $3,031 20 Resulting Modifier: 1.18 InitialBaseSalaryTarget$70,398 % Over CurrentBase:17.33%BaseSalary Target after "Needs Improvement" disqualifiers,and/orCriteria One "Achieves"cap(9%),and/or18% maximumcaps:$70,398 DisqualifiedorCapped Amount: Current Targeted Increase Amount:$0$10,398FinalTargetTOTALSalary (including Stipend(ifany)): $82,398

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Library FacultyMarketEquity Assessment Report November21,2011Pleaserefertothe "Faculty Market Equity Plan" presentedtotheUFLFAmeeting on November 21,2011(seeLINK)foradditional information. Name: Gamma, SS/Ref/PS (NoEdCredit, but 2010 Merit) CurrentBaseSalary (Current Salary, Excluding Stipend(ifany)): $58,000JobClassMidpoint: $57,489 AdjustmentforForeign Language Requirement(ifany):Rank:ASOUNIVLIBRARIAN$5,174YearsofApplicable Experience: Total Education Credit: $0 2010 FacultyMeritIncrease: $4,1239Resulting Modifier: 0.96 InitialBaseSalary Target: $64,280 % Over CurrentBase:10.83%BaseSalary Targetafter"Needs Improvement" disqualifiers, and/or CriteriaOne"Achieves"cap(9%),and/or18%maximum caps: $64,280 Disqualified or Capped Amount: Current Targeted Increase Amount: $0 $6,279 Final TargetTOTALSalary (including Stipend(ifany)): $64,280