Enrolled note-takers (JOBNET C13969) will still be using Kronos to record time for training sessions, but will now be expected to record the time spent reviewing and editing notes outside of the class period. This will help us with ensuring that students receive accurate, complete, and organized notes. This will be recorded as up to 30 minutes of work per course each week.
For example, if you attend an hour long lecture on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays and spend 10 minutes after each class reviewing notes before sending, you will record the 10 minute increments on the day it occurred.
This will strengthen your own comprehension of your notes, ensure that we are providing the best quality notes to note recipients, and ensure that we are following best practices in the field pertaining to paid peer notetaking.
With this change, we offer a raise structure for note-takers. For every term completed, note-takers will receive an increase of 2% for the next term working for SAS in this capacity. The base rate of pay is Dartmouth's minimum wage, $11.50 per hour. If you have previously worked for us as a note-taker, we will use that information to determine your starting rate with this structure, beginning your next term of employment.
Students that are working as non-enrolled note-taker (C3853) will still track the entire class period spent taking notes as it is a shift and not for credit. Non-enrolled note-takers will also track the additional time spent revising notes up to 1/2 hour per course each week. Non-enrolled status will still have a starting rate of $12 per hour and will also see a 2% raise each term worked. Employment as an enrolled or a non-enrolled note-taker will contribute to the raise each term, and it will be reflected based on which position they are working each term.