2016 Salary Charts for SPEEA members:

  • SPEEA Pilot/Instructor Unit
  • Puget Sound Professional Unit
  • Puget Sound Technical Unit
  • Wichita Engineering Unit
  • Wichita Technical & Professional Unit

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Prof and Tech

SPEEA-Boeing 2016 salary charts now online

Detailed salary charts for the Prof and Tech bargaining units at The Boeing Company are posted with 2016 selective salary adjustments.

SPEEA posts the charts online as a tool for members to see how their careers are progressing and to help with conversations about performance and career management. Members can access salary charts using their BEMSID and last name.

About the online charts

Salary charts were developed for every unique combination of bargaining unit, job family and occupation with more than 10 eligible individuals. In addition, each skill management code (SMC) with more than 25 individuals eligible for the salary exercise received their own additional salary chart.  Salary Charts containing 10-19 individuals receive 4 charts, and those with 20+ have all 6 charts. 

Promotional and out-of-sequence

Salary adjustments since the 2015 annual salary review and prior to the 2016 salary review are summarized below. For data specific to individual jobs codes.

The online charts, E and F, include the number of reclassifications/promotions and other out-of-sequence (OOS) increases by level as well as average increase amount. The minimum promotional increases are $2,500 for Techs and $3,500 for Profs.

Note: The figures shown here reflect data for individuals eligible for the salary exercise.

Bargaining Unit Count of  Individuals Average Old Base Salary Average New Base Salary OOS Dollar Spent OOS As % of old base* # of OOS Avg OOS incr.

















Because in less than 0.5% was spent on the Professional and Technical bargaining units, an additional $1.9M (Prof) and $775k (Tech) was added to the Salary Review Funds

Salary adjustment distribution

SPEEA monitors the salary data to ensure the terms of the contracts are met. The Prof and Tech contractual salary review adjustment funds were 5.0%, with minimums for all eligible employees of 2.0% for Profs and 2.5% for Techs. Actual funds spent were 5.120% for Profs and 5.156% for Techs. In addition to the salary review adjustment funds, the Prof and Tech contracts guarantee at least 0.5% to be spent on reclassifications/promotions and other out-of-sequence increases. Because less than 0.5% was spent on the Professional and Technical bargaining units, an additional $1.9M (Prof) and $775k (Tech) were added to the Salary Review Funds.

Accessing the charts

The links below go to the salary charts for each bargaining unit. The first file in the collection is a summary table providing tabular data for every populated occupation, job family and SMC. In addition, it indicates the chart number on which that SJC classification is displayed.

The SPEEA salary charts are in a password-protected area of the website.

When you click on the link below, you'll be asked to enter your BEMS ID and your last name for validation. The following people are on the validation list:

1.   All dues-paying SPEEA members who are active employees or on leave of absence.

2.   All employees on a layoff status who were dues-paying SPEEA members at time of layoff

Your user name is your company email address and your password is your BEMS ID or Spirit ID (not including any leading zeros) and your last name (all lower case letters) with no spaces separating them.

For example:

  • Jane Smith
  • Jane Smith with a BEMS ID of 230588 is "230588smith

NOTE: Some people in the workplace have reported difficulty viewing the files on account of the default security settings for Internet Explorer. Downloading the file by right-clicking with your mouse and choosing “Save Target As” or “Save Link to Disk” may be a work-around. Alternatively, if you contact Computing Support, they may enter the domain as a trusted site on your computer.

2016 Professional Unit - (Washington, Oregon, California, Utah)
2016 Technical Unit - (Washington, Oregon, California, Utah)
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