Sessional Academic Salary Rates

 Effective 1 October 2009

Lecturing
Tutorials
Marking
Undergraduate Clincial Nurse Education
Other Required Academic Activity
Musical Accompanying with Special Educational Services
Sessional Induction

Clarification of rates

Current rates under the Agreement on Enterprise Bargaining (Academic Staff) October 2009 between Curtin University of Technology and The National Tertiary Education Industry Union.

Tch Type Rate
[A] Lecturing
Normal Lecture (1 hr delivery, 2 hrs assoc. working time) ASLE1 144.69
Repeat Lecture (As above - applies to subsequent lectures of substantially the same subject matter within 7 days of original lecture) ASLE2 96.43
Developed Lecture (1 hr delivery, 3 hrs assoc. working time) ASLE3 192.92
Specialised Lecture (1 hr delivery, 4 hrs assoc. working time) ASLE4 241.15
[B] Tutorials
Tutorial (1 hr delivery, 2 hrs assoc. working time) ASTU1 103.20
Tutorial Rate as above - where duties include full subject co-ordination or employee possesses a relevant doctoral qualification ASTU2 123.40
Repeat Tutorial (1 hr delivery, 1 hr assoc. working time - applies to subsequent delivery of substantially the same subject matter within 7 days) ASTU4 68.80
Repeat Tutorial as above - where duties include full subject co-ordination or employee possesses a relevant doctoral qualification ASTU5 82.29
[C] Marking
Marking as a supervising examiner or requiring significant exercise of academic judgement appropriate to an academic at Level B (Lecturer) status ASMK1 48.22
Standard Marking - where duties include full co-ordination or employee possesses a relevant doctoral qualification ASMK2 41.14
Standard Marking ASMK3 34.40
[D] Undergraduate Clinical Nurse Education
Little Preparation Required (1hr delivery, 0.5 hrs assoc. working time) ASNU1 51.62
Little Preparation Required - where duties include full subject co-ordination or employee possesses a relevant doctoral qualification ASNU2 61.69
Normal Preparation Required (1 hr delivery, 1 hr assoc. working time) ASNU3 68.80
Normal Preparation Required - where duties include full subject co-ordination or employee possesses a relevant doctoral qualification ASNU4 82.29
[E] Other Required Academic Activities
Demonstrations, workshops, field excursions, student consultation, etc (as detailed over *[2].) ASOR1 34.41
Above activities - where duties include full subject co-ordination or employee possesses a relevant doctoral qualification ASOR2 41.14
[F] Musical Accompanying with Special Educational Services
Musical Accompanying (1 hr delivery, 1 hr preparation time) ASMU1 68.80
Musical Accompanying - where duties include full subject co-ordination or employee possesses a relevant doctoral qualification ASMU2 82.29
[G] Sessional Induction
Sessional Induction Programme ASI1 21.02

All tutorial and lecturing rates include directly associated non-contact duties such as preparation, reasonably contemporaneous marking and student consultation

(A) Lecturing

Any education delivery described as a lecture in a course or unit outline or in an official timetable issued by the University.

(B) Tutorials

Any education delivery described as a tutorial in a course or unit outline or in an official timetable issued by the University.

*[1] Can include tutorials which are substantially of the same subject matter, repeated over the course of the semester or year.

(C) Marking

Self explanatory.

(D) Undergraduate Clinical Nurse Education

The conduct of undergraduate nurse education in a clinical setting.

(E) Other Required Academic Activity

*[2] Includes practical classes; demonstrations; workshops; student field excursions; clinical sessions (other than clinical nurse education); student consultation; supervision; attendance at school/departmental meetings; development of teaching and subject materials (e.g. subject guides, reading lists, basic activities associated with subject co-ordination); performance and visual art studio sessions; musical coaching, repertoireship; and musical accompanying).

(F) Musical Accompanying with Special Education Services

Provision of musical accompaniment to one or more students or staff in the course of teaching by another member of the academic staff in circumstances where the accompanist deploys educational expertise in repertoire development or expression for student concert or examination purposes, but does not include concert accompanying vocal coaching or musical directing.