236.0 VII-9.60-POLICY ON SALARY UPON REINSTATEMENT (Approved by the Board of Regents, June 9, 1995, EFFECTIVE July 1, 1996. Please refer to the "replacement for" section of this policy.) I. Purpose and Applicability This policy establishes the guidelines by which the salary for a position in a job class shall be determined when the position is to be held by an individual eligible for reinstatement to UMS service. This policy applies to reinstatements to all nonexempt -- maintenance, office, service, and technical staff. II. Salary Upon Reinstatement The institution's Chief Executive Officer or designee shall have the flexibility to authorize a salary for a position to be occupied by an individual eligible for reinstatement in keeping with the following provisions: A. Reinstatement to the Same Job Class Upon reinstatement to a position within the same job class, the individual's salary shall be no less than the salary the individual held at the time of the most recent separation from UMS service. B. Reinstatement to a Job Class with a Higher Maximum Salary Upon reinstatement to a position within a job class that has a higher maximum salary than the job class at the time of the individual's most recent separation, the individual's salary shall be no less than the salary the individual held at the time of most recent separation from UMS service, but no less than the minimum salary for the job class. C. Reinstatement to a Job Class with a Lower Maximum Salary Upon reinstatement to a position within a job class that has a lower maximum salary than the job class at the time of the individual's most recent separation, the individual's salary shall be no more than the salary received at the time of separation. The Chief Executive Officer or designee shall determine the individual's salary within the range. IMPLEMENTATION PROCEDURES: Each Chief Executive Officer shall identify his/her designee(s), if appropriate, for this policy; shall develop procedures as necessary to implement this policy; and shall forward a copy of such procedures to the Chancellor. Replacement for: The following policies as they apply to non-exempt employees of the UMS only are replaced effective July 1, 1996. However, Exempt employees will continue to be covered under such applicable existing policies until such time as revised policies governing Exempt employees are approved. UM Personnel Policies and Rules for Classified Employees, Section III, Compensation - Reinstatement, pages III-3, III-4. Additionally, this policy supersedes, in whole or in part, any policy(ies) and/or procedure(s) established by the Regents, Trustees, Presidents, or their designees, of the former institutions of the University of Maryland, and of the former State Universities and Colleges, and of the Regents of the University of Maryland System that are in conflict with this policy's purpose, applicability, or intent, that may have been overlooked and not included as a specific citation under "Replacement for."