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Administrators / IT Professionals

The Administrator Salary Plans are composed of three different schedules:  School Based Administrators, Information Technology Professionals, and Central Based Administrators. Positions are assigned to salary grades using a combination of external market analysis and internal job evaluation methodologies. This approach helps to establish both a competitive salary range, and provides a framework for creating job equity and meaningful career progression opportunities for employees. 


The minimum, midpoint and maximum rates are listed for each grade, with midpoints aligned with market rates for similar positions in other front range K-12 districts, for experienced administrators. For new administrators to the district, salary placement is determined by relevant education and job-related experience that candidates bring to the role. An administrator may expect to be placed between the minimum to the midpoint if they are earlier in their careers and still gaining skill in their profession. Placements at or near to the midpoint can be anticipated for administrators that have demonstrated substantial experience and are fully competent in the roles. Salary placement above the midpoint is reserved for those who have extensive experience in their field or who possess critical, specialty skills.  


Human Resources may implement programs to recognize differences in work complexities within same job codes, that come due to different department or school environments. An example of this type of program is the Principal Pay Factor program.




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