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Chapter 18. California State Special Schools For The Deaf Or Blind, Or State Diagnostic Centers. Subchapter 1. Employees. Article 2. Work Days And Vacation Credit. Fiscal Year Employees.   

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(a) Vacation Credit for Full-time Employment. On the day following completion of six qualifying pay periods of continuous service, an employee rendering full-time service as a fiscal year employee shall be allowed 10 1/2 workdays of vacation credit. Thereafter, for each additional qualifying pay period such employee shall be allowed on the first day of the following pay period 1 3/4 workdays of vacation credit.

(b) Vacation Credit for Less Than Full-time Employment. A fiscal year employee rendering service on less than a full-time basis, and who has completed at least six qualifying pay periods of continuous service in this type of position, shall for such service be allowed on the first day of the pay period following completion of 960 hours of paid employment in the position or positions 101/2 workdays of vacation credit. Thereafter, on the first day of the pay period following completion of additional service of 160 hours in the position or positions, the employee shall for that service be allowed 1 3/4 workdays of vacation credit.

(c) Accumulation. A fiscal year employee shall be permitted to accumulate and to be paid for vacation credit in accordance with the provisions of California Code of Regulations, title 2, sections 599.737 and 599.738.

(d) Right to Vacation. The administrator of the special school in which a fiscal year employee is employed shall determine when the employee shall take vacation. In the event the administrator does not provide vacation for an employee sufficient to reduce accumulated vacation credit to the amount permitted by sections 599.737 and 599.738 as of January 1, the provisions of California Code of Regulations, title 2, section 599.742 shall apply.

(e) A site superintendent in the CSD or in the CSB shall be a fiscal year employee. The SSPI or designee may establish other exempt classifications in which a person may be employed for the fiscal year.

Authority cited:

Education Code 33119

Education Code 59003

Education Code 59103

Education Code 59203

Reference:

Education Code 33119

Education Code 59003

Education Code 59103

Education Code 59203

(Amended by Register 2007, No. 39.)