For full explanation of how this information is to be used, please read the disclaimer.
The Board of Regents of the Nevada System of Higher Education (NSHE) adopted a salary model for academic faculty in June 1986 that provided that academic salary ranges would be established with input from UNR as follows:
University of Nevada, Reno adopted an Administrative Faculty Salary Model in 1986 that includes eight weighted factors to evaluate each administrative job title for placement within one of seven salary ranges.
Salary ranges are adjusted annually to incorporate cost-of-living allocations when appropriated by the Nevada Legislature and approved by NSHE Board of Regents.
The student compensation scale is based on the current national minimum wage and increases accordingly with the job duties, responsibilities, and qualifications. Student salaries must be at a wage no less than the minimum required by law and may not exceed the maximum classification wage amount, per hour, for a student worker.
Descriptions of each job title and their respective level of duties, experience, and decision-making are listed in the Employer Guide to Student Employment.
Associated Students of the University of Nevada have a separate pay schedule that is sanctioned in the ASUN constitution and Fiscal Board Bylaws and approved by the Board of Regents.
Classified staff salary schedule structures are maintained by the Nevada legislature.
BCN Human Resources is responsible for classification of all State of Nevada classified jobs assigned to the NSHE North. This includes classification of new positions and reclassification of existing positions. The Nevada Administrative Code (NAC) defines the rules and regulations pertaining to position classification in sections 284.126 through 284.152. This reference source can be found online here.
Postdoctoral Fellow/Scholar ("postdoc") is a temporary advanced scholarly appointment of at least 50%.
Letters of appointment ("LOA") may be used for special appointments to meet academic or administrative needs and augment regular faculty positions. The Full Time Equivalent (FTE being full time equivalency which expresses the expectation of a work week as a percentage of total effort for salaried faculty and a percentage of 40 hours for classified staff) for LOAs may be for any percentage with the following limits:
Additional LOA guidelines are located in the Board of Regents Handbook Title 4, Chapter 3, Section 39.
Graduate teaching and research assistants are funded by an allocation the University receives from the Legislature for a specified number of assistantships. The monies reserved for both the assistantship itself and the grant-in-aid and the insurance (provided as part of the assistantship) are based on the number of full-time assistantships. Contact the Graduate School for eligibility criteria and additional information.
Minimum salary levels are determined by the Board of Regents for Letters of Appointment, Postdoctoral Fellows, and Graduate Assistants. Minimum/Maximum salary levels are available online.
Resident physicians and resident dentists are doctors who are continuing their medical education after receipt of the medical or dental degree. Compensation policies for this employment type are administered by the School of Medicine.