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House Jobs and Job Fine Policy

(Technical Updates by the Financial Committee May 5, 1997)

1. All members are required to do a certain amount of jobs as determined by each individual house. Each job's work value is to be measured in job points where 1 job point is approximately equal to ½ hour of work performed. This work requirement may be fulfilled with house and corporate elected positions and/or non-elected jobs.

2. Each house shall elect one or more job coordinators to supervise member jobs. The job description can be found in the "HOUSE" section at the end of the "SCA Policy Manual".

3. The job coordinator shall have the power to levy fines for uncompleted work against members with house jobs. All elected officials (corporate or house) shall have the power to levy fines for uncompleted work for any member they supervise as documented in their job description.

4. Fines levied shall be up to $5.00 for every half hour of uncompleted or poorly done work. All job credits may be up to the amount of job fines for each extra half hour of work completed. Each house has the power to establish fine rates for jobs and elected positions that affect only their house.

5. All job fines and credits will be documented in triplicate. The original goes to the member, one copy goes to the records of the house that the member resides in, and the other copy is sent to the business office. These copies must be turned in within 7 days of missed or extra work. All fines and credits must be turned in by the last day of the term.

6. Any member who is levied 3 or more job fines for corporate positions in one academic quarter may have their membership revoked by the SCA Board of Directors and may be evicted. This member will come before the Board of Directors for review.

7. Each house may adopt a house policy similar to the corporate policy described in "6." above. If the house has adopted a formal policy, it will be found in the "HOUSE" section at the end of the "SCA Policy Book."

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