In Monday’s article regarding pay increases for San Joaquin County probation officers, http://www.recordnet.com/news/20160321/probation-officers-to-receive-pay-increase, I unknowingly omitted how much officers currently make, and how much they stand to make with the increase.
There are four probation officer position classifications, as well as part-time officers. Each position has five steps or pay grades.
Here is what the four positions currently make annually in the county probation department, from the lowest to the highest pay grade:
PO I — $42,259.20 to $51,398.40
PO II — $48,460.80 to $58,886.40
PO III — $53,433.60 to $64,934.40
Unit Supervisors — $62,764.80 to $76,300.80
These salaries will increase by 2 percent each year for the next three years. Instead of calculating each year’s increase, I calculated what each pay grade stands to make by the end of the three years. I rounded all decimal points upward when calculating, as is done when doing your taxes.
PO I — $44,794.76 to $54,482.31
PO II — $53,368.45 to $62,419.59
PO III — $56,650.22 to $68,830.47
Unit Supervisors — $66,530.69 to $80,878.85
Hope this helps readers who wanted to know more!