Employment Rating and Rank
Many of the rights of the university-employed members of the organization are determined based on the employment rating and rank, which are included in the letter of appointment and the pay slip. If you're unsure of your employment rating, here's a quick guide:
The rating is divided between student employees and non-student employees.
Junior Teaching Assistant - Bachelor's or Master's degree student
Teaching Assistant and instructor - PhD students
Teaching Fellow - Ranks including Teaching Fellow 1, Teaching Fellow A, and Teaching Fellow B
Adjunct Lecturer - Ranks including Adjunct Lecturer A, and Adjunct Lecturer B
*The rank in these two ratings varies according to one’s degree eligibility (B.A, M.A or PhD)
Parallel track - intended for professional instructors, language instructors, preparatory school instructions, workshops, and auxiliary subjects instructors, etc.
Salary tables - (link to Excel file)
Position percentage (Full-time, Part-time, etc.) - in the table you can see the number of weekly hours amounting to a full-time job in the various positions:
|Weekly lecture/exercise lesson teaching hours||Total hours worked|
|Junior Teaching assistant A.||8||22|
|Junior Teaching assistant B.||8||32|
|Teaching Assistant + instructor.||8||22|
|Adjunct lecturer.||8||Not relevant|
|Parallel track.||16||Not relevant|
(“Keren or Taktsiv Kishrei Mad’a”) Academic Travel
You can read more about the salary components derived from the job percentage in the following link.