City of Moncton

Moncton, N.B. (220 administrative, clerical, supervisory, technical employees) and the City Hall Employees’ Association and the Public Service Alliance of Canada (PSAC), Local 60200

Renewal agreement: Effective Jan. 1, 2017, to Dec. 31, 2020. Signed on April 18, 2018.
Wage adjustments: 
Effective Jan.  2017: 2%
Effective Jan.  2018: 1.5%
Effective Jan.  2019: 1.5%
Effective Jan.  2020: 1.5%
Shift premium: $1.25 for every hour worked during evening or graveyard shifts. Employees who work at telecommunications centre or OCC will receive 1-time payment in lieu of shift differential. Payment will occur in first regular pay of December. For 2018 and 2019: $1,500; for 2020 and 2021: $1,600.
Paid holidays: 12 days, plus 2 floating holidays, which may be added to following year’s vacation days.
Vacations with pay: 10 days after 12 months, 15 days after 24 months, 25 days after 144 months, 25 days after 300 months, 35 days after 33 years. Maximum 2 weeks may be carried over. 
Overtime: Time and one-half for all work after regular hours. May be banked, maximum 100 hours. 
Meal allowance: Employee will be provided with hot meal if working more than 2 hours of overtime and every subsequent 4 hours thereafter. Hot meal or $10 will be provided after 8 hours of scheduled overtime. 
Medical benefits: Employer pays 85% of premiums, employee pays 15% of premiums, maximum $85 for family plan, maximum $45 for single plan.
Dental: Employer pays 85% of premiums, employee pays 15% of premiums, maximum $85 for family plan, maximum $45 for single plan. 
Sick leave: One-half day per month for each year of service. 
LTD: Employer pays 70% of premiums, employee pays 30% of premiums. 
Life insurance: Employer pays 100% of premiums. 
Pension: Pension Plan for Employees of the City of Moncton. 
Bereavement leave: 5 days for death in immediate family. 3 days for death in extended family (sister-in-law, brother-in-law, son-in-law, daughter-in-law, former guardian, any other relative for whom employee is required to administer bereavement responsibilities). Additional 2 days for travelling, if required. One-half day for employee to attend funeral as pallbearer, mourner or in any official capacity.
Seniority – recall rights: 24 months.  
Call-in pay: Minimum 4 hours at time and one-half. Double time for minimum 3 hours if on second day of rest. 
Probationary period: 6 months.  
Discipline: Sunset clause is 18 months.
Sample rates of annual pay (current, after 6.7% increase):
Group 1: $26,381 rising 4 steps to $28,138
Group 2 (customer service telephone assistant): $30,995 rising 4 steps to $33,059
Group 3 (administrative assistant, clerk 2 - records, procurement clerk): $36,000 rising 4 steps to $38,397
Group 4 (accounting clerk, accounting clerk-accountant, accounts payable clerk, accounts payable clerk - PCard, administrative assistant, administrative clerk - GIS/MCU, business operations administrator, clerk 3 - processing, council recorder, council recorder/assistant city clerk, court administrative clerk, customer service representative, development officer, engineering technologist, executive assistant, exhibit/fleet custodian, financial services/administrative and personnel records clerk, fleet analyst, graphic designer, legal assistant, operations-support assistant, payroll administrator, print-room operator, records validation and court operations admin (RVOCA), retail and facility rental coordinator, visitor service representative, water meter maintenance coordinator): $41,268 rising 4 steps to $44,016
Group 5 (billings analyst, collections analyst, collections and research library coordinator, compliance and risk management coordinator, development officer, engineering technologist, environmental technologist, executive assistant, GIS technologist, materials coordinator, senior accounts payable clerk, technical support analyst, telecommunications operator, zoo assistant): $46,669 rising 4 steps to $49,777
Group 6 (assistant revenue supervisor, buyer, communications officer, coordinator, community event development, cultural development officer, engineering technologist, environmental technologist, financial services administrator, GIS technologist, graphic designer, heritage and culture coordinator, heritage and development officer, materials coordinator/stores supervisor, programmer analyst, pumping station operator, team leader - operational communication centre, technical assistant): $51,896 rising 4 steps to $55,352
Group 7 (assistant field chief, assistant fleet supervisor, building inspector, bylaw-enforcement inspector, community-development officer, coordinator event attraction, coordinator major event development, heritage officer and building advisor, landscape-projects coordinator, maintenance management systems administrator, natural-resource program coordinator, network administrator, plumbing inspector, plumbing inspector - utilities, pumping-station coordinator, records and information management coordinator, sales coordinator, senior accountant, senior programmer analyst, supervisor of finance and administration, systems administrator, technical assistant, urban planner, victim-services coordinator, visitor and education program coordinator, web strategist and developer): $57,520 rising 4 steps to $61,350
Group 8 (applications architect, coordinator of events and guest services, development-control supervisor, facilities supervisor, financial analyst, general foreman, senior community development officer - heritage, supervisor administrative support, supervisor fleet and infrastructure, traffic-signal supervisor, transportation and parking coordinator, zoo coordinator): $62,904 rising 4 steps to $67,093
Group 9 (business solutions team lead - database administrator, coordinator of projects and compliance, facilities coordinator, field chief, fleet supervisor, purchasing manager, team-lead - geoinformatics, team-lead - technology and infrastructure, technical architect): $68,257 rising 4 steps to $72,803
Group 10 (manager billing and collections, project engineer, sr. building inspector, works supervisor, manager Magnetic Hill Zoo: $74,299 rising 4 steps to $79,172
Editor’s notes: Disability bank: Employer and union will maintain short-term-disability bank for partially replacing income of any employee who is absent from work due to accident or illness. Employer will initially fund bank with $30,000. Service pay: For employees hired before April 30, 2014: 1% of salary after 5 years of service; 1.5% of salary after 10 years of service; 2.5% of salary after 15 years of service; 3% of salary after 20 years of service. Will be paid last regular pay in November of each year. Standby allowance: $100 per day (previously $75 per day) for employees on standby during regular 2 days and subsequent days of rest period; $50 per day (previously $25 per day) for employees on standby during regular work week. Vehicle allowance: $700 per month for each inspector.

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