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I have at times needed to use working titles which are different than 
the actual HR titles for pay rates.  Often the HR titles are 
representative of the level of responsibility, but are not descriptive 
of someone's specific area or responsibilities. The working titles are 
what we use for name tags, web page listing, etc.  Could you not use 
something suggested for HR for the pay rate difference, but still use 
your own working titles like "Senior Tutors" or "Professional Tutors" 
for your own in-house uses?

Thanks.
Rick
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Rick A. Sheets, Ed.D.
Director Learning Support Center <http://www.pvc.maricopa.edu/lsc/>
CRLA President-elect (College Reading & Learning Association 
<http://www.crla.net/>)
Paradise Valley Community College
18401 N. 32nd St, Phx., AZ  85032
off: 602.787.7183, FAX: 602.787.7820
web page: http://www.pvc.maricopa.edu/~sheets/ 
<http://www.pvc.maricopa.edu/%7Esheets/>
"No One of us is as smart as All of us!"(anon.)



Albert Jimenez wrote:

>Dear Colleagues,
>
>We currently have two levels of tutors at our learning centers; a group of
>them are student tutors which we refer to as "peer tutors" and the other
>group as "senior tutors", which are required to have either a BA/BS or
>MA/MS.   Senior tutors normally consist of associate faculty or retired
>educators; we have received notification from Human Resources that we can no
>longer refer to this level of senior tutors as "tutors".  Can anyone assist
>me in finding another name for this mentioned classification of tutors that
>have degrees?  Your assistance and time is gladly appreciated.  
>
>Best regards,
>Albert B. Jimenez
>Tutorial Services Specialist
>Mt. San Jacinto College
>Learning Resource Center
>  "Carpe Diem"
>
>
>-----Original Message-----
>From: Open Forum for Learning Assistance Professionals
>[mailto:[log in to unmask]] On Behalf Of Daniele Procida
>Sent: Thursday, January 04, 2007 1:31 AM
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>Subject: UK HE Learning support list?
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>Would there be interest from UK-based learning support workers in HE for
>an email list similar to this one, but dedicated to HE in the UK?
>
>Daniele
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