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CUNY libraries statistics 2019-2020 (Archive)

Staffing Types, FTEs and Expenses Lines 1-9

*If possible, report the number as of November 1, 2020 (page 6),
Question Explanation

1. Librarians (FTE and total salary)

Any Librarian, full-time or adjunct, with a title of

  • Lecturer
  • Instructor
  • Assistant Professor
  • Associate Professor
  • Professor
  • Chief Librarian.
  • Base FTE on a 35-hour week.  

Examples:

  • Most CUNY libraries seem to be open around 46 weeks a year, meaning one full-time adjunct works 1,610 hours per year (35X46).
  • For example: Two adjuncts working 805 hours per year each would equal one FTE (805X2/1610).
    • Adjust the formula based upon your library's schedule.

2. Other Professional Staff (FTE and total salary)

 

HEOs and CLTs, full-time or adjunct, in the Library. Base FTE on a 35-hour week.   

Examples: 

  • Most CUNY libraries seem to be open around 46 weeks a year, meaning one full-time adjunct works 1,610 hours per year (35X46).
  • For example: Two adjunct CLTs working 805 hours per year each would equal one FTE (805X2/1610).
    • Adjust the formula based upon your library's schedule.

3. Sums automatically for you

4. All other paid staff (FTE and total salary)

  • COAs
  • Gittlesons
  • ‚ÄčIT support assistants
  • CAs who are NOT CUNY students.

Base FTE on a 35-hour week as above.

Examples: 

  • Most CUNY libraries seem to be open around 46 weeks a year, meaning one full-time adjunct works 1,610 hours per year (35X46)

  • For example: Ten college assistants working 161 hours per year each would equal one FTE (161*10/1610).

    • Adjust the formula based upon your library's schedule.

5. Student assistants (FTE and total salary)

Student Assistants are work-study students, student aides,and CAs who are currently CUNY students. Base FTE on a 35-hour week.   

Examples: 

  • Most CUNY libraries seem to be open around 46 weeks a year, meaning one full-time adjunct works 1,610 hours per year (35X46)

  • For example: Ten college assistants working 161 hours per year each would equal one FTE (161*10/1610).

    • Adjust the formula based upon your library's schedule.

6. Sums automatically for you

7. Number of hours to work per week to be considered "full time" at the institution  

35 FOR ALL LIBRARIES

8. Are staff fringe benefits paid from the library budget?  

No FOR ALL LIBRARIES

9. Staff fringe benefits (if paid from the library budget)

This question will not appear because you answered No for Q8.

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