Job Definitions

Regular Faculty

TITLEJOB CODETITLE DEFINITION
Distinguished Professor1100This title is extended by the Board of Regents to recognize the outstanding contributions of tenured CU faculty members to their academic disciplines. The faculty awarded this title must demonstrate accomplishments in accordance with the following University-wide criteria: (1) a record of excellence in both classroom teaching and supervision of individual learning; (2) a record of distinguished performance in research or creative work; and (3) a record of outstanding service to the profession and to CU and/or affiliate institutions. The title “distinguished” implies that there will be limited number of faculty members holding this title.
Professor1101Professors (also called “Full Professors”) should have the terminal degree appropriate to their field or its equivalent, and; (a) a record that, taken as a whole, may be judged to be excellent; (b) a record of significant contribution to graduate and/or undergraduate education, unless individual or departmental circumstances can be shown to require a stronger emphasis, or singular focus, on one or the other; and (c) a record since receiving tenure or promotion to Associate Professor that indicates substantial, significant, and continued growth, development, and accomplishment in teaching, research/creative work, and service.
Associate Professor1102Associate Professors should have the terminal degree appropriate to their field or its equivalent, considerable successful teaching experience, and promising accomplishment in scholarship or in research. Normally the award of tenure accompanies appointment to or promotion to associate professor, except at the School of Medicine where tenure may be granted at any point in the faculty member’s career when he/she meets the School’s standards for tenure.
Asst Professor1103Assistant Professors appointed to tenure track positions should have the terminal degree appropriate to their field or its equivalent, plus some teaching experience. They should be well-qualified to teach at the undergraduate or graduate levels and possess qualifications for research or scholarship in a special field or clinical discipline.
Senior Instructor1104The rank of Senior Instructor permits higher recognition and salary than that of Instructor. Senior Instructors are not tenure-eligible and their service as Senior Instructor does not count toward the award of tenure. Senior Instructors are usually employees at will. Only Senior Instructors who engage in 50% or more clinical activity may be appointed to limited or indeterminate appointments. All other Senior Instructors are at will employees by law. Individual schools and colleges may require Senior Instructors to perform scholarly and/or service activities, but must make clear distinctions between Instructors/Senior Instructors and tenure-track Assistant Professors in terms of job qualifications, work assignments or expectations.
Instructor1105Instructors usually have their master’s degree or its equivalent and should be otherwise well-qualified to teach. Instructors are not tenure-eligible and their service as Instructor does not count toward the award of tenure. Instructors are usually employees at will. Only Instructors who engage in 50% or more clinical activity may be appointed to limited or indeterminate appointments. All other Instructors are at will employees by law. Individual schools and colleges may require Instructors to perform scholarly and/or service activities, but must make clear distinctions between Instructors/Senior Instructors and tenure-track Assistant Professors in terms of job qualifications, work assignments or expectations.

Research Faculty

TITLEJOB CODETITLE DEFINITION
Professor-Research1301This title would be parallel to the rank of professor.  It would be used for persons who hold the terminal degree and who have made outstanding contributions in research.
Assoc Professor-Research1302This title would be parallel to the regular faculty rank of associate professor. It would be used for persons holding the terminal degree who also have significant contributions in research.
Asst Professor-Research1303This title would be parallel to the regular faculty rank of assistant professor. It would be used for persons possessing the terminal degree who show demonstrated promise of research contributions, and who are qualified to participate in instructional activities at both the undergraduate and graduate levels.
Research Instructor1304Instructors usually have their master’s degree or its equivalent and should be otherwise well-qualified to teach. Instructors are not tenure-eligible and their service as Instructor does not count toward the award of tenure. Instructors are usually employees at will. Only Instructors who engage in 50% or more clinical activity may be appointed to limited or indeterminate appointments. All other Instructors are at will employees by law. Individual schools and colleges may require Instructors to perform scholarly and/or service activities, but must make clear distinctions between Instructors/Senior Instructors and tenure-track Assistant Professors in terms of job qualifications, work assignments or expectations.
Sr Research Associate1305This title is granted to persons holding the doctor’s degree or its equivalent and whose academic qualifications may be comparable to the regular faculty ranks of Associate Professor or Assistant Professor.
Research Associate1306This title is granted to persons holding the doctor’s degree or its equivalent and whose academic qualifications may be comparable to the regular faculty ranks of Associate Professor or Assistant Professor.
Faculty Research Associate1307Faculty members in the University who are temporarily assigned as “Research Associates” are given this title.
Sr Professional Research Asst1309This title is held by individuals competent to carry out research or scholarly work of a quality comparable to that produced by an advanced Graduate Student Research Assistant. Appointment to this title is regarded as a promotion above the rank of PRA. The master’s degree or equivalent experience is required for appointment as a Senior PRA.
Professional Research Asst1310This title is held by individuals competent to carry out research or scholarly work of a quality comparable to that produced by a graduate student research assistant. Other persons eligible to be considered for appointment to the PRA title would be individuals, such as Graduate Student Teaching Assistants, who possess professional skills and competencies that can be applied to assist the professor directly in the support of the research program. A PRA works in a collaborative role with the principal investigator and contributes substantively to the investigation and analysis of the project. As a collaborator on the project, the PRA may receive full credit as co-author of publications and technical reports, and shares responsibilities in the research setting. A bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience is required for appointment to the Professional Research Assistant title.
Senior Research Instructor1311The rank of Senior Instructor permits higher recognition and salary than that of Instructor. Senior Instructors are not tenure-eligible and their service as Senior Instructor does not count toward the award of tenure. Senior Instructors are usually employees at will. Only Senior Instructors who engage in 50% or more clinical activity may be appointed to limited or indeterminate appointments. All other Senior Instructors are at will employees by law. Individual schools and colleges may require Senior Instructors to perform scholarly and/or service activities, but must make clear distinctions between Instructors/Senior Instructors and tenure-track Assistant Professors in terms of job qualifications, work assignments or expectations.

Clinical Faculty

TITLEJOB CODEJOB CODE DEFINITION
Clinical Professor1201Clinical Professors must have a terminal degree or equivalent and a record that, taken on the whole, is judged to be excellent and indicates substantial, significant and continued growth and development and accomplishment in teaching, research, clinical activity and service.
Clinical Associate Professor1202Clinical Associate Professors must have a terminal degree or equivalent and demonstrated success in teaching, clinical activity or research.
Clinical Assistant Professor1203Clinical Assistant Professors must have a terminal degree or equivalent and demonstrated professional experience to include teaching, clinical activity or research.
Clinical Senior Instructor1204Clinical Senior Instructors permits higher recognition and salary than that of Clinical Instructor.
Clinical Instructor1205Clinical Instructors usually have their master’s degree or equivalent and should be otherwise well qualified to teach and have evidence of either clinical or research experience.
Clinical Professor (Unpaid)1206This appointment is parallel to the Clinical Professor.  This job code distinguishes unpaid or volunteer faculty at the HSC who assist with the HSC clinical training mission.
Clinical Associate Professor (Unpaid)1207This appointment is parallel to the Clinical Associate Professor.  This job code distinguishes unpaid or volunteer faculty at the HSC who assist with the HSC clinical training mission.
Clinical Assistant Professor (Unpaid)1208This appointment is parallel to the Clinical Assistant Professor.  This job code distinguishes unpaid or volunteer faculty at the HSC who assist with the HSC clinical training mission.
Clinical Senior Instructor (Unpaid)1209This appointment is parallel to the Clinical Senior Instructor.  This job code distinguishes unpaid or volunteer faculty at the HSC who assist with the HSC clinical training mission.
Clinical Instructor (Unpaid)1210This appointment is parallel to the Clinical Instructor.  This job code distinguishes unpaid or volunteer faculty at the HSC who assist with the HSC clinical training mission.
Professor-Clinical(C/T)1211Full Professors in the clinical teaching track must have the terminal degree, outstanding accomplishments in teaching, and/or provide clinical care, a record of leadership in the school, and a meritorious service record.
Assoc Professor-Clinical (C/T)1212Associate Professors in the clinical teaching track must have the terminal degree, be well qualified to teach and/or provide clinical care with considerable demonstrated evidence of successful teaching and demonstrated service.
Asst Professor-Clinical (C/T)1213Assistant Professors in the clinical teaching track are expected to have the terminal degree and have some successful teaching experience. They are expected to teach and/or provide clinical care.
Senior Clinical Instructor (C/T)1214This title permits higher recognition for higher qualifications or experience and, where applicable, salary than that of instructor.
Clinical Instructor (C/T)1215Instructors in the clinical teaching track usually have their master’s degree or equivalent in their field and should be well qualified to teach.

Other Faculty

TITLEJOB CODETITLE DEFINITION
Visiting Research Associate 1308The designation “visiting” before an academic title indicates that the faculty member has a temporary appointment for a defined period such as an academic year, semester, or summer term. The visiting title should indicate the faculty member’s rank at his/her home institution or planned for at this university. 
Visiting Professor1401The designation “visiting” before an academic title indicates that the faculty member has a temporary appointment for a defined period such as an academic year, semester, or summer term. The visiting title should indicate the faculty member’s rank at his/her home institution or planned for at this university. 
Visiting Assoc Professor1402The designation “visiting” before an academic title indicates that the faculty member has a temporary appointment for a defined period such as an academic year, semester, or summer term. The visiting title should indicate the faculty member’s rank at his/her home institution or planned for at this university. 
Visiting Asst Professor1403The designation “visiting” before an academic title indicates that the faculty member has a temporary appointment for a defined period such as an academic year, semester, or summer term. The visiting title should indicate the faculty member’s rank at his/her home institution or planned for at this university. 
Special Visiting Professor1405This title may be recommended for distinguished persons who are not regular faculty members but who serve the University in some instructional capacity.
Visiting Lecturer1420The designation “visiting” before an academic title indicates that the faculty member has a temporary appointment for a defined period such as an academic year, semester, or summer term. The visiting title should indicate the faculty member’s rank at his/her home institution or planned for at this university. 
Visiting Instructor1422The designation “visiting” before an academic title indicates that the faculty member has a temporary appointment for a defined period such as an academic year, semester, or summer term. The visiting title should indicate the faculty member’s rank at his/her home institution or planned for at this university. 
Visiting Museum Curator1425The designation “visiting” before an academic title indicates that the faculty member has a temporary appointment for a defined period such as an academic year, semester, or summer term. The visiting title should indicate the faculty member’s rank at his/her home institution or planned for at this university. 
Visiting Fellow1440The designation “visiting” before an academic title indicates that the faculty member has a temporary appointment for a defined period such as an academic year, semester, or summer term. The visiting title should indicate the faculty member’s rank at his/her home institution or planned for at this university. 

Affiliate Faculty

TITLEJOB CODETITLE DEFINITION
Professor Adjoint1406The titles Professor Adjoint, Associate Professor Adjoint, or Assistant Professor Adjoint are used to designate individuals, such as employees of the National Institute of Standards and Technology, the National Center for Atmospheric Research, or other agencies or institutions who offer courses or supervise academic programs without compensation above their regular salary. Adjoint Professors have the usual privileges and responsibilities of members of the regular faculty, except that these positions are not tenure eligible and are at will. Their academic qualifications should be similar to those of regular faculty in full Professor, Associate, or Assistant ranks.
Assoc Professor Adjoint1407The titles Professor Adjoint, Associate Professor Adjoint, or Assistant Professor Adjoint are used to designate individuals, such as employees of the National Institute of Standards and Technology, the National Center for Atmospheric Research, or other agencies or institutions who offer courses or supervise academic programs without compensation above their regular salary. Adjoint Professors have the usual privileges and responsibilities of members of the regular faculty, except that these positions are not tenure eligible and are at will. Their academic qualifications should be similar to those of regular faculty in full Professor, Associate, or Assistant ranks.
Asst Professor Adjoint1408The titles Professor Adjoint, Associate Professor Adjoint, or Assistant Professor Adjoint are used to designate individuals, such as employees of the National Institute of Standards and Technology, the National Center for Atmospheric Research, or other agencies or institutions who offer courses or supervise academic programs without compensation above their regular salary. Adjoint Professors have the usual privileges and responsibilities of members of the regular faculty, except that these positions are not tenure eligible and are at will. Their academic qualifications should be similar to those of regular faculty in full Professor, Associate, or Assistant ranks.
Professor Adjunct1409Adjunct faculty status of Professor Adjunct, Associate Professor Adjunct, and Assistant Professor Adjunct is awarded to an individual who previously held the rank of full Professor, Associate, or Assistant at a comparable higher education institution. Adjunct faculty members are hired on a course-by-course, part-time, non-tenure track basis (similar to Lecturers). The title of full Professor, Associate, or Assistant Professor Adjunct will be dependent upon the last rank held by the individual in a comparable institution. If the permanent faculty believes an individual’s qualifications and experience warrant an adjunct appointment even though the individual has not previously held a professorial rank, the title of Assistant Professor Adjunct normally would be recommended.
Assoc Professor Adjunct1410Adjunct faculty status of Professor Adjunct, Associate Professor Adjunct, and Assistant Professor Adjunct is awarded to an individual who previously held the rank of full Professor, Associate, or Assistant at a comparable higher education institution. Adjunct faculty members are hired on a course-by-course, part-time, non-tenure track basis (similar to Lecturers). The title of full Professor, Associate, or Assistant Professor Adjunct will be dependent upon the last rank held by the individual in a comparable institution. If the permanent faculty believes an individual’s qualifications and experience warrant an adjunct appointment even though the individual has not previously held a professorial rank, the title of Assistant Professor Adjunct normally would be recommended.
Asst Professor Adjunct1411Adjunct faculty status of Professor Adjunct, Associate Professor Adjunct, and Assistant Professor Adjunct is awarded to an individual who previously held the rank of full Professor, Associate, or Assistant at a comparable higher education institution. Adjunct faculty members are hired on a course-by-course, part-time, non-tenure track basis (similar to Lecturers). The title of full Professor, Associate, or Assistant Professor Adjunct will be dependent upon the last rank held by the individual in a comparable institution. If the permanent faculty believes an individual’s qualifications and experience warrant an adjunct appointment even though the individual has not previously held a professorial rank, the title of Assistant Professor Adjunct normally would be recommended.
Senior Instructor Adjunct1412Adjunct faculty status of Professor Adjunct, Associate Professor Adjunct, and Assistant Professor Adjunct is awarded to an individual who previously held the rank of full Professor, Associate, or Assistant at a comparable higher education institution. Adjunct faculty members are hired on a course-by-course, part-time, non-tenure track basis (similar to Lecturers). The title of full Professor, Associate, or Assistant Professor Adjunct will be dependent upon the last rank held by the individual in a comparable institution. If the permanent faculty believes an individual’s qualifications and experience warrant an adjunct appointment even though the individual has not previously held a professorial rank, the title of Assistant Professor Adjunct normally would be recommended.
Instructor Adjunct1413Adjunct faculty status of Professor Adjunct, Associate Professor Adjunct, and Assistant Professor Adjunct is awarded to an individual who previously held the rank of full Professor, Associate, or Assistant at a comparable higher education institution. Adjunct faculty members are hired on a course-by-course, part-time, non-tenure track basis (similar to Lecturers). The title of full Professor, Associate, or Assistant Professor Adjunct will be dependent upon the last rank held by the individual in a comparable institution. If the permanent faculty believes an individual’s qualifications and experience warrant an adjunct appointment even though the individual has not previously held a professorial rank, the title of Assistant Professor Adjunct normally would be recommended.

Secondary Faculty

TITLEJOB CODETITLE DEFINITION
Professor Attend Rank1414Attendant rank titles are Professor Attendant, Associate Professor Attendant, Assistant Professor Attendant, Senior Instructor Attendant, Instructor Attendant, Museum Curator Attendant, Museum Associate Curator Attendant, Museum Associate Attendant and may be granted to persons holding University administrative or service positions. Those approved for this rank are expected to possess the same scholarly qualifications in a discipline as regular faculty members and to engage in instructional activities without compensation over and above their regular salary. Those attaining this title have the same rights and privileges available to regular faculty members, except that they are not eligible for consideration for tenure.
Assoc Professor Attend Rank1415Attendant rank titles are Professor Attendant, Associate Professor Attendant, Assistant Professor Attendant, Senior Instructor Attendant, Instructor Attendant, Museum Curator Attendant, Museum Associate Curator Attendant, Museum Associate Attendant and may be granted to persons holding University administrative or service positions. Those approved for this rank are expected to possess the same scholarly qualifications in a discipline as regular faculty members and to engage in instructional activities without compensation over and above their regular salary. Those attaining this title have the same rights and privileges available to regular faculty members, except that they are not eligible for consideration for tenure.
Asst Professor Attend1416Attendant rank titles are Professor Attendant, Associate Professor Attendant, Assistant Professor Attendant, Senior Instructor Attendant, Instructor Attendant, Museum Curator Attendant, Museum Associate Curator Attendant, Museum Associate Attendant and may be granted to persons holding University administrative or service positions. Those approved for this rank are expected to possess the same scholarly qualifications in a discipline as regular faculty members and to engage in instructional activities without compensation over and above their regular salary. Those attaining this title have the same rights and privileges available to regular faculty members, except that they are not eligible for consideration for tenure.
Senior Instructor Attend1417Attendant rank titles are Professor Attendant, Associate Professor Attendant, Assistant Professor Attendant, Senior Instructor Attendant, Instructor Attendant, Museum Curator Attendant, Museum Associate Curator Attendant, Museum Associate Attendant and may be granted to persons holding University administrative or service positions. Those approved for this rank are expected to possess the same scholarly qualifications in a discipline as regular faculty members and to engage in instructional activities without compensation over and above their regular salary. Those attaining this title have the same rights and privileges available to regular faculty members, except that they are not eligible for consideration for tenure.
Instructor Attend Rank1418Attendant rank titles are Professor Attendant, Associate Professor Attendant, Assistant Professor Attendant, Senior Instructor Attendant, Instructor Attendant, Museum Curator Attendant, Museum Associate Curator Attendant, Museum Associate Attendant and may be granted to persons holding University administrative or service positions. Those approved for this rank are expected to possess the same scholarly qualifications in a discipline as regular faculty members and to engage in instructional activities without compensation over and above their regular salary. Those attaining this title have the same rights and privileges available to regular faculty members, except that they are not eligible for consideration for tenure.
Museum Curator1423This title refers to regular faculty rostered in the Museum, serving as heads of sections or subsections to oversee collections about which they have scholarly expertise. A Museum Curator is jointly appointed by the Museum and an academic department.
Museum Curator Adjoint1424This title is granted to individuals not employed by the University of Colorado. This title provides no additional remuneration. Holders of this title have doctoral degrees or experience that provides equivalent proficiency. Retired faculty from other universities or professionals in industry with competence in areas relevant to the museum may be appointed. Holders of this title are more involved with collections than instruction.
Museum Assoc Curator1426This title is used for regularly appointed members of the University of Colorado faculty in a department (other than the Museum) whose research interests would normally associate them with the Museum or who have expertise necessary for the proper identification of collections. This title provides no additional remuneration.
Museum Associate1427This title is granted to individuals who have developed competence in some area of the Museum’s interest and who are not eligible for other University titles. Museum Associates have the competence sufficient to be at the instructor rank. This title provides no additional remuneration.

Any position in CU's 2200 series (university staff positions) is exempt from the State Personnel System. Contact the appropriate HR department for more information.

EXECUTIVE CAREER FAMILY

Jobs in this career family are officer or senior leaders of the University at its highest levels. Functions include overall management and strategic direction of stand alone departments, divisions, institutes, with accountability for fiscal and human resources.

TitleJob CodeTitle Definition
PRESIDENT2200Chief executive officer of the University of Colorado. Reports directly to the Board of Regents. Designated as an "officer of the university." Direct reports include vice presidents and the chancellors of the campuses. "As provided by the state constitution and state law, the president shall be the principal executive officer of the university, a member of the faculty, and shall carry out the policies and programs established by the Board of Regents." [OFFICER]
EXECUTIVE VICE PRESIDENT2201Executive officer for one of major coordinating university functions, including  administration, academic affairs and research, budget and finance, government relations and university counsel. Reports directly to the president and is a member of president's executive team.   Direct reports include vice presidents.  Functions in "support of the president in the performance of university duties and responsibilities, maintains effective working relationships with executive agencies of the state and university governance groups and performs other duties as may be delegated by the president." [OFFICER]
VICE PRESIDENT2202Executive officer for one of major coordinating university functions, including  administration, academic affairs and research, budget and finance, government relations and university counsel. Reports directly to the president and is a member of president's executive team. Functions in "support of the president in the performance of university duties and responsibilities, maintains effective working relationships with executive agencies of the state and university governance groups and performs other duties as may be delegated by the president." [OFFICER]
ASSOCIATE VICE PRESIDENT2203Associate Vice Presidents are officers  reporting to the President.  Positions oversees a specific functional areas  such as information technology, budget and finance, human resources, faculty affairs or government relations. [OFFICER]
ASSISTANT VICE PRESIDENT2204Assistant Vice Presidents typically report to an associate vice president or president and leading a specific functional areas such as information technology, budget and finance, human resources, faculty affairs or government relations. [OFFICER]
CHANCELLOR2205Chancellors are the chief academic and administrative officers responsible to the president for the conduct of the affairs of a campus in accordance with the policies of the Board of Regents.  Positions may have other responsibilities in accordance with Regent Laws and Policies or as delegated by the president. [OFFICER]
EXECUTIVE VICE CHANCELLOR AND VICE PRESIDENT2206Executive Vice Chancellors are senior officers for a campus, reporting to and acting on behalf of the chancellor.  Positions serve as a principal advisor to the chancellor and the second in line of authority under the Chancellor.  Positions may be the chief academic, financial, or business officer for the campus.  [OFFICER]   [Note: This title is used for executive level positions with a dual leadership role with more than one campus, system or entity.]
PROVOST2207Provosts are senior officers for a campus, reporting to and acting on behalf of the chancellor.  Positions serve as a principal advisor to the chancellor, the second in line of authority under the Chancellor and are the chief academic officer for the campus. [OFFICER]
EXECUTIVE VICE CHANCELLOR2208Executive Vice Chancellors are senior officers for a campus, reporting to and acting on behalf of the chancellor.  Positions serve as a principal advisor to the chancellor and the second in line of authority under the Chancellor.  Positions may be the chief academic, financial, or business officer for the campus.  [OFFICER]
VICE CHANCELLOR2209Vice Chancellors are senior officers for a campus, supporting the chancellor in the performance of academic, administrative, or financial duties and responsibilities.  Positions report to the chancellor, provost or executive vice chancellor and oversee a functional division of a campus, typically serving as its chief academic, administrative, student affairs, financial or diversity officer.   [OFFICER]
ASSOCIATE VICE CHANCELLOR2210Associate Vice Chancellors are officers for a campus, reporting to a vice chancellor.  Positions oversees a specific functional area within a campus division, such as information technology, budget and finance, human resources, enrollment management, faculty affairs or student programs.  [OFFICER] 
ASSISTANT VICE CHANCELLOR2211Assistant Vice Chancellors typically report to an associate vice chancellor or vice chancellor and leading a specific functional area within a campus division, such as information technology, budget and finance, human resources, enrollment management, faculty affairs or student programs. [OPTIONAL OFFICER DESIGNATION]
TREASURER2212Chief investment officer responsible to the Board of Regents and the president (or the president's designee) for all treasury functions, including investing university funds, managing cash and debt, and maintaining real property records in accordance with Regent Laws and policies. [OFFICER]
ASSOCIATE TREASURER2213Senior professional reporting to the treasurer and performing services related to finance, accounting, investment banking, and economics in support of and in assistance to the treasurer and other members of the treasurer's office. 
DEAN2214Deans are the principal administrative officers for a college or school.  Deans serve as the presiding officer for faculty meetings and are responsible for the administration of the college.  Deans provide leadership toward achievement of teaching, research, and service activities for the college or school.  Deans are responsible for matters at the college or school level including but not limited to enforcement of admission requirements; the efficiency of departments and other divisions within the college or school; budgetary planning and allocation of resources; faculty assignments and work load recommendations on personnel actions; curriculum planning; academic advising accountability and reporting.   [OFFICER]
ASSOCIATE DEAN2215Associate Deans provide leadership and administrative service as associate head of a college or school.  Associate Deans support the work and role of the Dean in leading or managing the affairs of a college or school, including acting on the Dean's behalf.  [Note: Associate Deans with a faculty appointment are appointed to Associate Dean-Faculty.]
ASSISTANT DEAN2216Assistant Deans provide leadership and administrative service as assistant head of a college or school.  Assistant Deans are typically non-faculty appointments and are responsible for leading a functional area within a college or school, such as operations, admissions/registration, alumni affairs/external relations, academic programs/education, academic advising/career development, research, student services, etc.  [Note: Assistant Deans with a faculty appointment are appointed to Assistant Dean-Faculty.]
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR2217Executive Directors are directly responsible to an officer and oversee multiple Directors.  Executive Directors are 1) responsible for the overall management and strategic direction of stand alone institutes, centers or affiliates which have independent advisory boards and sources of funding but remain entities of the University, or 2) responsible for the overall management and strategic direction of a major academic support, administrative or student services department which provides University system-wide or campus-wide services.  
CHIEF OF STAFF2218Chief of Staff positions report directly to a President or a Chancellor.  Positions manage the administrative, operational and/or financial affairs of the President's or Chancellor's office and represents that office to other University Officers and campus officials.  Positions advise the Officer on policy, procedural and operational issues of the system or campus and provide professional academic or administrative support in the areas of policy development, financial administration, budget oversight, campus-wide program or project management, and office management.  Positions may directly supervise other staff and may have oversight for the allocation of fiscal and human resources. 

ACADEMIC SERVICES FAMILY

Jobs in this career family provide direct professional support for the teaching and/or educational service mission of the university. Functions include academic advising/counseling, student personnel administration, recruitment and admissions, registration, financial aid, faculty affairs, library services, curriculum administration, and others involving direct support of the educational mission of an academic unit.

TitleJob CodeTitle Definition
ACADEMIC SERVICES DIRECTOR2240Directors are responsible for the ongoing leadership and oversight of a department, including the development of strategies and processes which contribute to the University and/or campus mission and accountability for services provided.  Directors are responsible and accountable for the analysis of fiscal and human resources required to achieve department objectives including hiring, compensation, termination, and performance management of subordinate employees.    
ACADEMIC SERVICES ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR2241Associate Directors are responsible for working closely with the Director to manage a department or specific areas of a department.  These positions recommend strategy, have responsibility for fiscal and/or human resources and have the authority to act on the Director's behalf. 
ACADEMIC SERVICES ASSISTANT DIRECTOR2242Assistant Directors have responsibility for projects, functions or processes within a department.  These positions may recommend strategy and provide professional support to Directors and may have the authority to act on the Director's behalf.  Assistant Directors typically supervise other staff but do not generally control the allocation of fiscal or human resources.
ACADEMIC SERVICES PROGRAM DIRECTOR2243Program Directors are responsible for the ongoing leadership and oversight of a program or function, including the development of strategies and processes which contribute to the University and/or campus mission and accountability for services provided.  These positions may or may not supervise others.  
ACADEMIC SERVICES  MANAGER2244Managers are responsible for the day-to-day operation of functional work units, including the development and implementation of processes consistent with college, school or departmental strategies and processes and the supervision of professional and support staff.
ACADEMIC SERVICES PROGRAM MANAGER2245Program Managers are responsible for the day-to-day operation of a program, function or work unit, including the development and implementation of processes consistent with college, school or departmental strategies and processes.  These positions may or may not supervise others.
ACADEMIC SERVICES PRINCIPAL PROFESSIONAL2246Principal Professionals are responsible for exercising discretion, analytical skill, personal accountability and responsibility in a wide range of areas including academic, administrative, managerial and student services functions. Work involves creating, integrating, applying and sharing knowledge directly related to a professional field. Work is performed at an advanced or expert level. 
ACADEMIC SERVICES SENIOR PROFESSIONAL2247Senior Professionals are responsible for exercising discretion, analytical skill, personal accountability and responsibility in a wide range of areas including academic, administrative, managerial and student services functions. Work involves creating, integrating, applying and sharing knowledge directly related to a professional field.  Work is performed fully independently. 
ACADEMIC SERVICES PROFESSIONAL2248Professionals are responsible for exercising discretion, analytical skill, personal accountability and responsibility in a wide range of areas including academic, administrative, managerial and student services functions. Work involves creating, integrating, applying and sharing knowledge directly related to a professional field. At the professional level, duties may be more limited in scope, may  be performed with guidance and direction from other professionals, or may be performed in a training and development capacity.
ACADEMIC SERVICES INTERN2249Interns are positions designed to develop professional skills through the performance of entry-level professional work that allows the incumbent to gain additional knowledge, skills and experience in the occupational field or for completion of an advanced degree, professional licensure, certification, or future professional advancement. The work is directly supervised by professionals in the field or other senior staff members of related disciplines.     

BUSINESS SERVICES

Jobs in this career family provide general business operations of the organization or a combination of operational responsibilities covering multiple career families. Functions include institutional research, statistical analysis, budget & policy development and review, strategic planning and broad unit business operations such as parking and transportation services, risk management, childcare services, real estate and property management, retail services or job responsibilities that combine fiscal, HR and operational management responsibilities.

TitleJob CodeTitle Definition
BUSINESS SERVICES DIRECTOR2260Directors are responsible for the ongoing leadership and oversight of a department, including the development of strategies and processes which contribute to the University and/or campus mission and accountability for services provided.  Directors are responsible and accountable for the analysis of fiscal and human resources required to achieve department objectives including hiring, compensation, termination, and performance management of subordinate employees.    
BUSINESS SERVICES ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR2261Associate Directors are responsible for working closely with the Director to manage a department or specific areas of a department.  These positions recommend strategy, have responsibility for fiscal and/or human resources and have the authority to act on the Director's behalf. 
BUSINESS SERVICES ASSISTANT DIRECTOR2262Assistant Directors have responsibility for projects, functions or processes within a department.  These positions may recommend strategy and provide professional support to Directors and may have the authority to act on the Director's behalf.  Assistant Directors typically supervise other staff but do not generally control the allocation of fiscal or human resources.
BUSINESS SERVICES PROGRAM DIRECTOR2263Program Directors are responsible for the ongoing leadership and oversight of a program or function, including the development of strategies and processes which contribute to the University and/or campus mission and accountability for services provided.  These positions may or may not supervise others.  
BUSINESS SERVICES MANAGER2264Managers are responsible for the day-to-day operation of functional work units, including the development and implementation of processes consistent with college, school or departmental strategies and processes and the supervision of professional and support staff.
BUSINESS SERVICES PROGRAM MANAGER2265Program Managers are responsible for the day-to-day operation of a program, function or work unit, including the development and implementation of processes consistent with college, school or departmental strategies and processes.  These positions may or may not supervise others.
BUSINESS SERVICES PRINCIPAL PROFESSIONAL2266Principal Professionals are responsible for exercising discretion, analytical skill, personal accountability and responsibility in a wide range of areas including academic, administrative, managerial and student services functions. Work involves creating, integrating, applying and sharing knowledge directly related to a professional field. Work is performed at an advanced or expert level. 
BUSINESS SERVICES SENIOR PROFESSIONAL2267Senior Professionals are responsible for exercising discretion, analytical skill, personal accountability and responsibility in a wide range of areas including academic, administrative, managerial and student services functions. Work involves creating, integrating, applying and sharing knowledge directly related to a professional field.  Work is performed fully independently. 
BUSINESS SERVICES PROFESSIONAL2268Professionals are responsible for exercising discretion, analytical skill, personal accountability and responsibility in a wide range of areas including academic, administrative, managerial and student services functions. Work involves creating, integrating, applying and sharing knowledge directly related to a professional field. At the professional level, duties may be more limited in scope, may  be performed with guidance and direction from other professionals, or may be performed in a training and development capacity.
BUSINESS SERVICES INTERN2269Interns are positions designed to develop professional skills through the performance of entry-level professional work that allows the incumbent to gain additional knowledge, skills and experience in the occupational field or for completion of an advanced degree, professional licensure, certification, or future professional advancement. The work is directly supervised by professionals in the field or other senior staff members of related disciplines.     

COMMUNICATION

Jobs in this career family involve development, marketing and management of messaging to both internal and external parties. Functions include marketing; advertising; communications; publications; brand management; writing; editing; proofreading; graphic design; web information architecture, development and design; web content development; electronic communications; social media; news media/relations; public relations; photography; videography; radio/television broadcasting; FCC compliance; and communication projects management.

TitleJob CodeTitle Definition
COMMUNICATION DIRECTOR2280Directors are responsible for the ongoing leadership and oversight of a department, including the development of strategies and processes which contribute to the University and/or campus mission and accountability for services provided. Directors are responsible and accountable for the analysis of fiscal and human resources required to achieve department objectives including hiring, compensation, termination, and performance management of subordinate employees.
COMMUNICATION ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR2281Associate Directors are responsible for working closely with the Director to manage a department or specific areas of a department.  These positions recommend strategy, have responsibility for fiscal and/or human resources and have the authority to act on the Director's behalf.
COMMUNICATION ASSISTANT DIRECTOR2282Assistant Directors have responsibility for projects, functions or processes within a department.  These positions may recommend strategy and provide professional support to Directors and may have the authority to act on the Director's behalf.  Assistant Directors typically supervise other staff but do not generally control the allocation of fiscal or human resources.
COMMUNICATION PROGRAM DIRECTOR2283Program Directors are responsible for the ongoing leadership and oversight of a program or function, including the development of strategies and processes which contribute to the University and/or campus mission and accountability for services provided.  These positions may or may not supervise others.
COMMUNICATION MANAGER2284Managers are responsible for the day-to-day operation of functional work units, including the development and implementation of processes consistent with college, school or departmental strategies and processes and the supervision of professional and support staff.
COMMUNICATION PROGRAM MANAGER2285Program Managers are responsible for the day-to-day operation of a program, function or work unit, including the development and implementation of processes consistent with college, school or departmental strategies and processes.  These positions may or may not supervise others.
COMMUNICATION PRINCIPAL PROFESSIONAL2286Principal Professionals are responsible for exercising discretion, analytical skill, personal accountability and responsibility in a wide range of areas including academic, administrative, managerial and student services functions. Work involves creating, integrating, applying and sharing knowledge directly related to a professional field. Work is performed at an advanced or expert level.
COMMUNICATION SENIOR PROFESSIONAL2287Senior Professionals are responsible for exercising discretion, analytical skill, personal accountability and responsibility in a wide range of areas including academic, administrative, managerial and student services functions. Work involves creating, integrating, applying and sharing knowledge directly related to a professional field.  Work is performed fully independently.
COMMUNICATION PROFESSIONAL2288Professionals are responsible for exercising discretion, analytical skill, personal accountability and responsibility in a wide range of areas including academic, administrative, managerial and student services functions. Work involves creating, integrating, applying and sharing knowledge directly related to a professional field. At the professional level, duties may be more limited in scope, may  be performed with guidance and direction from other professionals, or may be performed in a training and development capacity.
COMMUNICATION INTERN2289Interns are positions designed to develop professional skills through the performance of entry-level professional work that allows the incumbent to gain additional knowledge, skills and experience in the occupational field or for completion of an advanced degree, professional licensure, certification, or future professional advancement. The work is directly supervised by professionals in the field or other senior staff members of related disciplines.

DEVELOPMENT

Jobs in this career family cultivate external donors, develop and maintain business partnerships and relationships, and solicit gifts to the University. Functions include corporate and foundation relations, annual gift giving, capital campaigns, trust and bequests, solicitation research, program development, and events planning or alumni relations when the primary focus is for development purposes.

TitleJob CodeTitle Definition
DEVELOPMENT DIRECTOR2300Directors are responsible for the ongoing leadership and oversight of a department, including the development of strategies and processes which contribute to the University and/or campus mission and accountability for services provided.  Directors are responsible and accountable for the analysis of fiscal and human resources required to achieve department objectives including hiring, compensation, termination, and performance management of subordinate employees.    
DEVELOPMENT ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR2301Associate Directors are responsible for working closely with the Director to manage a department or specific areas of a department.  These positions recommend strategy, have responsibility for fiscal and/or human resources and have the authority to act on the Director's behalf. 
DEVELOPMENT ASSISTANT DIRECTOR2302Assistant Directors have responsibility for projects, functions or processes within a department.  These positions may recommend strategy and provide professional support to Directors and may have the authority to act on the Director's behalf.  Assistant Directors typically supervise other staff but do not generally control the allocation of fiscal or human resources.
DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM DIRECTOR2303Program Directors are responsible for the ongoing leadership and oversight of a program or function, including the development of strategies and processes which contribute to the University and/or campus mission and accountability for services provided.  These positions may or may not supervise others.  
DEVELOPMENT MANAGER2304Managers are responsible for the day-to-day operation of functional work units, including the development and implementation of processes consistent with college, school or departmental strategies and processes and the supervision of professional and support staff.
DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM MANAGER2305Program Managers are responsible for the day-to-day operation of a program, function or work unit, including the development and implementation of processes consistent with college, school or departmental strategies and processes.  These positions may or may not supervise others.
DEVELOPMENT PRINCIPAL PROFESSIONAL2306Principal Professionals are responsible for exercising discretion, analytical skill, personal accountability and responsibility in a wide range of areas including academic, administrative, managerial and student services functions. Work involves creating, integrating, applying and sharing knowledge directly related to a professional field. Work is performed at an advanced or expert level. 
DEVELOPMENT SENIOR PROFESSIONAL2307Senior Professionals are responsible for exercising discretion, analytical skill, personal accountability and responsibility in a wide range of areas including academic, administrative, managerial and student services functions. Work involves creating, integrating, applying and sharing knowledge directly related to a professional field.  Work is performed fully independently. 
DEVELOPMENT PROFESSIONAL2308Professionals are responsible for exercising discretion, analytical skill, personal accountability and responsibility in a wide range of areas including academic, administrative, managerial and student services functions. Work involves creating, integrating, applying and sharing knowledge directly related to a professional field. At the professional level, duties may be more limited in scope, may  be performed with guidance and direction from other professionals, or may be performed in a training and development capacity.
DEVELOPMENT INTERN2309Interns are positions designed to develop professional skills through the performance of entry-level professional work that allows the incumbent to gain additional knowledge, skills and experience in the occupational field or for completion of an advanced degree, professional licensure, certification, or future professional advancement. The work is directly supervised by professionals in the field or other senior staff members of related disciplines.     
ENGINEERING AND ARCHITECTURE
Jobs in this career family manage the physical infrastructure of the University.  Functions include planning, architectural design, capital project commissioning, building code compliance, engineering disciplines (electrical, mechanical, civil, etc.), architectural drafting, landscape design, energy conservation and construction project management.
TitleJob CodeTitle Definition
ENGINEERING AND ARCHITECTURE DIRECTOR2320Directors are responsible for the ongoing leadership and oversight of a department, including the development of strategies and processes which contribute to the University and/or campus mission and accountability for services provided.  Directors are responsible and accountable for the analysis of fiscal and human resources required to achieve department objectives including hiring, compensation, termination, and performance management of subordinate employees.    
ENGINEERING AND ARCHITECTURE ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR2321Associate Directors are responsible for working closely with the Director to manage a department or specific areas of a department.  These positions recommend strategy, have responsibility for fiscal and/or human resources and have the authority to act on the Director's behalf. 
ENGINEERING AND ARCHITECTURE ASSISTANT DIRECTOR2322Assistant Directors have responsibility for projects, functions or processes within a department.  These positions may recommend strategy and provide professional support to Directors and may have the authority to act on the Director's behalf.  Assistant Directors typically supervise other staff but do not generally control the allocation of fiscal or human resources.
ENGINEERING AND ARCHITECTURE PROGRAM DIRECTOR2323Program Directors are responsible for the ongoing leadership and oversight of a program or function, including the development of strategies and processes which contribute to the University and/or campus mission and accountability for services provided.  These positions may or may not supervise others.  
ENGINEERING AND ARCHITECTURE MANAGER2324Managers are responsible for the day-to-day operation of functional work units, including the development and implementation of processes consistent with college, school or departmental strategies and processes and the supervision of professional and support staff.
ENGINEERING AND ARCHITECTURE PROGRAM MANAGER2325Program Managers are responsible for the day-to-day operation of a program, function or work unit, including the development and implementation of processes consistent with college, school or departmental strategies and processes.  These positions may or may not supervise others.
ENGINEERING AND ARCHITECTURE PRINCIPAL PROFESSIONAL2326Principal Professionals are responsible for exercising discretion, analytical skill, personal accountability and responsibility in a wide range of areas including academic, administrative, managerial and student services functions. Work involves creating, integrating, applying and sharing knowledge directly related to a professional field. Work is performed at an advanced or expert level. 
ENGINEERING AND ARCHITECTURE SENIOR PROFESSIONAL2327Senior Professionals are responsible for exercising discretion, analytical skill, personal accountability and responsibility in a wide range of areas including academic, administrative, managerial and student services functions. Work involves creating, integrating, applying and sharing knowledge directly related to a professional field.  Work is performed fully independently. 
ENGINEERING AND ARCHITECTURE PROFESSIONAL2328Professionals are responsible for exercising discretion, analytical skill, personal accountability and responsibility in a wide range of areas including academic, administrative, managerial and student services functions. Work involves creating, integrating, applying and sharing knowledge directly related to a professional field. At the professional level, duties may be more limited in scope, may  be performed with guidance and direction from other professionals, or may be performed in a training and development capacity.
ENGINEERING AND ARCHITECTURE INTERN2329Interns are positions designed to develop professional skills through the performance of entry-level professional work that allows the incumbent to gain additional knowledge, skills and experience in the occupational field or for completion of an advanced degree, professional licensure, certification, or future professional advancement. The work is directly supervised by professionals in the field or other senior staff members of related disciplines.

EXTERNAL RELATIONS

Jobs in this career family involve building relationships with external parties for the purposes of information sharing and facilitation of strategic partnerships. Functions include government relations, alumni relations, commercial business relations, non-profit relations, and event planning/management.

TitleJob CodeTitle Definition
EXTERNAL RELATIONS DIRECTOR2340Directors are responsible for the ongoing leadership and oversight of a department, including the development of strategies and processes which contribute to the University and/or campus mission and accountability for services provided.  Directors are responsible and accountable for the analysis of fiscal and human resources required to achieve department objectives including hiring, compensation, termination, and performance management of subordinate employees.    
EXTERNAL RELATIONS ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR2341Associate Directors are responsible for working closely with the Director to manage a department or specific areas of a department.  These positions recommend strategy, have responsibility for fiscal and/or human resources and have the authority to act on the Director's behalf. 
EXTERNAL RELATIONS ASSISTANT DIRECTOR2342Assistant Directors have responsibility for projects, functions or processes within a department.  These positions may recommend strategy and provide professional support to Directors and may have the authority to act on the Director's behalf.  Assistant Directors typically supervise other staff but do not generally control the allocation of fiscal or human resources.
EXTERNAL RELATIONS PROGRAM DIRECTOR2343Program Directors are responsible for the ongoing leadership and oversight of a program or function, including the development of strategies and processes which contribute to the University and/or campus mission and accountability for services provided.  These positions may or may not supervise others.  
EXTERNAL RELATIONS MANAGER2344Managers are responsible for the day-to-day operation of functional work units, including the development and implementation of processes consistent with college, school or departmental strategies and processes and the supervision of professional and support staff.
EXTERNAL RELATIONS PROGRAM MANAGER2345Program Managers are responsible for the day-to-day operation of a program, function or work unit, including the development and implementation of processes consistent with college, school or departmental strategies and processes.  These positions may or may not supervise others.
EXTERNAL RELATIONS PRINCIPAL PROFESSIONAL2346Principal Professionals are responsible for exercising discretion, analytical skill, personal accountability and responsibility in a wide range of areas including academic, administrative, managerial and student services functions. Work involves creating, integrating, applying and sharing knowledge directly related to a professional field. Work is performed at an advanced or expert level. 
EXTERNAL RELATIONS SENIOR PROFESSIONAL2347Senior Professionals are responsible for exercising discretion, analytical skill, personal accountability and responsibility in a wide range of areas including academic, administrative, managerial and student services functions. Work involves creating, integrating, applying and sharing knowledge directly related to a professional field.  Work is performed fully independently. 
EXTERNAL RELATIONS PROFESSIONAL2348Professionals are responsible for exercising discretion, analytical skill, personal accountability and responsibility in a wide range of areas including academic, administrative, managerial and student services functions. Work involves creating, integrating, applying and sharing knowledge directly related to a professional field. At the professional level, duties may be more limited in scope, may  be performed with guidance and direction from other professionals, or may be performed in a training and development capacity.
EXTERNAL RELATIONS INTERN2349Interns are positions designed to develop professional skills through the performance of entry-level professional work that allows the incumbent to gain additional knowledge, skills and experience in the occupational field or for completion of an advanced degree, professional licensure, certification, or future professional advancement. The work is directly supervised by professionals in the field or other senior staff members of related disciplines.

FACILITIES

Jobs in this career family provide professional management of operation, maintenance and renovation of University buildings and equipment. Functions include fire protection; physical plant operations; power systems and utilities management; custodial, skilled trades, grounds and waste management; and materials management including property, mailing, inventory and distribution services.

TitleJob CodeTitle Definition
FACILITIES DIRECTOR2360Directors are responsible for the ongoing leadership and oversight of a department, including the development of strategies and processes which contribute to the University and/or campus mission and accountability for services provided.  Directors are responsible and accountable for the analysis of fiscal and human resources required to achieve department objectives including hiring, compensation, termination, and performance management of subordinate employees.    
FACILITIES ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR2361Associate Directors are responsible for working closely with the Director to manage a department or specific areas of a department.  These positions recommend strategy, have responsibility for fiscal and/or human resources and have the authority to act on the Director's behalf. 
FACILITIES ASSISTANT DIRECTOR2362Assistant Directors have responsibility for projects, functions or processes within a department.  These positions may recommend strategy and provide professional support to Directors and may have the authority to act on the Director's behalf.  Assistant Directors typically supervise other staff but do not generally control the allocation of fiscal or human resources.
FACILITIES PROGRAM DIRECTOR2363Program Directors are responsible for the ongoing leadership and oversight of a program or function, including the development of strategies and processes which contribute to the University and/or campus mission and accountability for services provided.  These positions may or may not supervise others.  
FACILITIES MANAGER2364Managers are responsible for the day-to-day operation of functional work units, including the development and implementation of processes consistent with college, school or departmental strategies and processes and the supervision of professional and support staff.
FACILITIES PROGRAM MANAGER2365Program Managers are responsible for the day-to-day operation of a program, function or work unit, including the development and implementation of processes consistent with college, school or departmental strategies and processes.  These positions may or may not supervise others.
FACILITIES PRINCIPAL PROFESSIONAL2366Principal Professionals are responsible for exercising discretion, analytical skill, personal accountability and responsibility in a wide range of areas including academic, administrative, managerial and student services functions. Work involves creating, integrating, applying and sharing knowledge directly related to a professional field. Work is performed at an advanced or expert level. 
FACILITIES SENIOR PROFESSIONAL2367Senior Professionals are responsible for exercising discretion, analytical skill, personal accountability and responsibility in a wide range of areas including academic, administrative, managerial and student services functions. Work involves creating, integrating, applying and sharing knowledge directly related to a professional field.  Work is performed fully independently. 
FACILITIES PROFESSIONAL2368Professionals are responsible for exercising discretion, analytical skill, personal accountability and responsibility in a wide range of areas including academic, administrative, managerial and student services functions. Work involves creating, integrating, applying and sharing knowledge directly related to a professional field. At the professional level, duties may be more limited in scope, may  be performed with guidance and direction from other professionals, or may be performed in a training and development capacity.
FACILITIES INTERN2369Interns are positions designed to develop professional skills through the performance of entry-level professional work that allows the incumbent to gain additional knowledge, skills and experience in the occupational field or for completion of an advanced degree, professional licensure, certification, or future professional advancement. The work is directly supervised by professionals in the field or other senior staff members of related disciplines.

FINANCE AND ACCOUNTING

Jobs in this career family provide the accounting and financial activities for the University. Functions include general accounting, financial analysis and audit, tax and reporting, accounts payable and receivables, government cost reimbursement, contract administration, cashiering, cash management/ banking, investments, treasury and travel audit.

TitleJob CodeTitle Definition
FINANCE AND ACCOUNTING DIRECTOR2380Directors are responsible for the ongoing leadership and oversight of a department, including the development of strategies and processes which contribute to the University and/or campus mission and accountability for services provided.  Directors are responsible and accountable for the analysis of fiscal and human resources required to achieve department objectives including hiring, compensation, termination, and performance management of subordinate employees.    
FINANCE AND ACCOUNTING ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR2381Associate Directors are responsible for working closely with the Director to manage a department or specific areas of a department.  These positions recommend strategy, have responsibility for fiscal and/or human resources and have the authority to act on the Director's behalf. 
FINANCE AND ACCOUNTING ASSISTANT DIRECTOR2382Assistant Directors have responsibility for projects, functions or processes within a department.  These positions may recommend strategy and provide professional support to Directors and may have the authority to act on the Director's behalf.  Assistant Directors typically supervise other staff but do not generally control the allocation of fiscal or human resources.
FINANCE AND ACCOUNTING PROGRAM DIRECTOR2383Program Directors are responsible for the ongoing leadership and oversight of a program or function, including the development of strategies and processes which contribute to the University and/or campus mission and accountability for services provided.  These positions may or may not supervise others.  
FINANCE AND ACCOUNTING MANAGER2384Managers are responsible for the day-to-day operation of functional work units, including the development and implementation of processes consistent with college, school or departmental strategies and processes and the supervision of professional and support staff.
FINANCE AND ACCOUNTING PROGRAM MANAGER2385Program Managers are responsible for the day-to-day operation of a program, function or work unit, including the development and implementation of processes consistent with college, school or departmental strategies and processes.  These positions may or may not supervise others.
FINANCE AND ACCOUNTING PRINCIPAL PROFESSIONAL2386Principal Professionals are responsible for exercising discretion, analytical skill, personal accountability and responsibility in a wide range of areas including academic, administrative, managerial and student services functions. Work involves creating, integrating, applying and sharing knowledge directly related to a professional field. Work is performed at an advanced or expert level. 
FINANCE AND ACCOUNTING SENIOR PROFESSIONAL2387Senior Professionals are responsible for exercising discretion, analytical skill, personal accountability and responsibility in a wide range of areas including academic, administrative, managerial and student services functions. Work involves creating, integrating, applying and sharing knowledge directly related to a professional field.  Work is performed fully independently. 
FINANCE AND ACCOUNTING PROFESSIONAL2388Professionals are responsible for exercising discretion, analytical skill, personal accountability and responsibility in a wide range of areas including academic, administrative, managerial and student services functions. Work involves creating, integrating, applying and sharing knowledge directly related to a professional field. At the professional level, duties may be more limited in scope, may  be performed with guidance and direction from other professionals, or may be performed in a training and development capacity.
FINANCE AND ACCOUNTING INTERN2389Interns are positions designed to develop professional skills through the performance of entry-level professional work that allows the incumbent to gain additional knowledge, skills and experience in the occupational field or for completion of an advanced degree, professional licensure, certification, or future professional advancement. The work is directly supervised by professionals in the field or other senior staff members of related disciplines.     

HEALTH CARE

Jobs in this career family are responsible for performing a wide range of professional duties to support the university's teaching, research and/or service missions through the provision of health and wellness services, dealing with general, indirect patient care operations and management of healthcare services. Functions include hospital administration, healthcare regulatory compliance, patient relations, operational services, admissions, and medical records. Includes professional assignments in medicine, dentistry, nursing, pharmacy, counseling and behavioral health, public health, dietetics and nutrition, other allied health fields, alternative medicine and therapies, and related disciplines.

TitleJob CodeTitle Definition
HEALTH CARE DIRECTOR2400Directors are responsible for the ongoing leadership and oversight of a department, including the development of strategies and processes which contribute to the University and/or campus mission and accountability for services provided.  Directors are responsible and accountable for the analysis of fiscal and human resources required to achieve department objectives including hiring, compensation, termination, and performance management of subordinate employees.    
HEALTH CARE ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR2401Associate Directors are responsible for working closely with the Director to manage a department or specific areas of a department.  These positions recommend strategy, have responsibility for fiscal and/or human resources and have the authority to act on the Director's behalf. 
HEALTH CARE ASSISTANT DIRECTOR2402Assistant Directors have responsibility for projects, functions or processes within a department.  These positions may recommend strategy and provide professional support to Directors and may have the authority to act on the Director's behalf.  Assistant Directors typically supervise other staff but do not generally control the allocation of fiscal or human resources.
HEALTH CARE PROGRAM DIRECTOR2403Program Directors are responsible for the ongoing leadership and oversight of a program or function, including the development of strategies and processes which contribute to the University and/or campus mission and accountability for services provided.  These positions may or may not supervise others.  
HEALTH CARE MANAGER2404Managers are responsible for the day-to-day operation of functional work units, including the development and implementation of processes consistent with college, school or departmental strategies and processes and the supervision of professional and support staff.
HEALTH CARE PROGRAM MANAGER2405Program Managers are responsible for the day-to-day operation of a program, function or work unit, including the development and implementation of processes consistent with college, school or departmental strategies and processes.  These positions may or may not supervise others.
HEALTH CARE PRINCIPAL PROFESSIONAL2406Principal Professionals are responsible for exercising discretion, analytical skill, personal accountability and responsibility in a wide range of areas including academic, administrative, managerial and student services functions. Work involves creating, integrating, applying and sharing knowledge directly related to a professional field. Work is performed at an advanced or expert level. 
HEALTH CARE SENIOR PROFESSIONAL2407Senior Professionals are responsible for exercising discretion, analytical skill, personal accountability and responsibility in a wide range of areas including academic, administrative, managerial and student services functions. Work involves creating, integrating, applying and sharing knowledge directly related to a professional field.  Work is performed fully independently. 
HEALTH CARE PROFESSIONAL2408Professionals are responsible for exercising discretion, analytical skill, personal accountability and responsibility in a wide range of areas including academic, administrative, managerial and student services functions. Work involves creating, integrating, applying and sharing knowledge directly related to a professional field. At the professional level, duties may be more limited in scope, may  be performed with guidance and direction from other professionals, or may be performed in a training and development capacity.
HEALTH CARE INTERN2409Interns are positions designed to develop professional skills through the performance of entry-level professional work that allows the incumbent to gain additional knowledge, skills and experience in the occupational field or for completion of an advanced degree, professional licensure, certification, or future professional advancement. The work is directly supervised by professionals in the field or other senior staff members of related disciplines.     
PHYSICIAN2410Physicians are licensed practitioners who provide professional medical assessment, diagnosis, and treatment for patients in both routine and emergency settings.  Duties are performed in accordance with established standards and ethics of medical practice.  
PSYCHOLOGIST2411Psychologists are licensed to provide psychological counseling and treatment of emotional, behavioral and psychological disorders, including conducting initial evaluations utilizing interview, psychological assessment instruments and other available information; formulating care/treatment plans for psychological interventions; recommending referrals; and maintaining appropriate documentation of services.  Positions may also provide psycho-educational workshops, crisis intervention, emergency counseling, and outreach and consultation with students, parents, faculty, and staff regarding counseling-related issues to the campus community.  These assignments may include supervision of psychologist trainees or interns.

HOSPITALITY

Jobs in this career family provide hosting services for students, parents, faculty, staff, other visitors and guests of the University. Functions include food service management, catering, event planning, hotel operations and conference services.

TitleJob CodeTitle Definition
HOSPITALITY DIRECTOR2420Directors are responsible for the ongoing leadership and oversight of a department, including the development of strategies and processes which contribute to the University and/or campus mission and accountability for services provided.  Directors are responsible and accountable for the analysis of fiscal and human resources required to achieve department objectives including hiring, compensation, termination, and performance management of subordinate employees.    
HOSPITALITY ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR2421Associate Directors are responsible for working closely with the Director to manage a department or specific areas of a department.  These positions recommend strategy, have responsibility for fiscal and/or human resources and have the authority to act on the Director's behalf. 
HOSPITALITY ASSISTANT DIRECTOR2422Assistant Directors have responsibility for projects, functions or processes within a department.  These positions may recommend strategy and provide professional support to Directors and may have the authority to act on the Director's behalf.  Assistant Directors typically supervise other staff but do not generally control the allocation of fiscal or human resources.
HOSPITALITY PROGRAM DIRECTOR2423Program Directors are responsible for the ongoing leadership and oversight of a program or function, including the development of strategies and processes which contribute to the University and/or campus mission and accountability for services provided.  These positions may or may not supervise others.  
HOSPITALITY MANAGER2424Managers are responsible for the day-to-day operation of functional work units, including the development and implementation of processes consistent with college, school or departmental strategies and processes and the supervision of professional and support staff.
HOSPITALITY PROGRAM MANAGER2425Program Managers are responsible for the day-to-day operation of a program, function or work unit, including the development and implementation of processes consistent with college, school or departmental strategies and processes.  These positions may or may not supervise others.
HOSPITALITY PRINCIPAL PROFESSIONAL2426Principal Professionals are responsible for exercising discretion, analytical skill, personal accountability and responsibility in a wide range of areas including academic, administrative, managerial and student services functions. Work involves creating, integrating, applying and sharing knowledge directly related to a professional field. Work is performed at an advanced or expert level. 
HOSPITALITY SENIOR PROFESSIONAL2427Senior Professionals are responsible for exercising discretion, analytical skill, personal accountability and responsibility in a wide range of areas including academic, administrative, managerial and student services functions. Work involves creating, integrating, applying and sharing knowledge directly related to a professional field.  Work is performed fully independently. 
HOSPITALITY PROFESSIONAL2428Professionals are responsible for exercising discretion, analytical skill, personal accountability and responsibility in a wide range of areas including academic, administrative, managerial and student services functions. Work involves creating, integrating, applying and sharing knowledge directly related to a professional field. At the professional level, duties may be more limited in scope, may  be performed with guidance and direction from other professionals, or may be performed in a training and development capacity.
HOSPITALITY INTERN2429Interns are positions designed to develop professional skills through the performance of entry-level professional work that allows the incumbent to gain additional knowledge, skills and experience in the occupational field or for completion of an advanced degree, professional licensure, certification, or future professional advancement. The work is directly supervised by professionals in the field or other senior staff members of related disciplines.     

HUMAN RESOURCES

Jobs in this career family provide the management of human capital. Functions include providing advice and guidance to managers and employees, and performing functions including strategic planning and analysis, compliance with policies and laws, employment and compensation, job evaluation, performance and leave management, employee training/development, reward and recognition, employee relations, affirmative action, benefits, employee records/information, and payroll.

TitleJob CodeTitle Definition
HR DIRECTOR2440Directors are responsible for the ongoing leadership and oversight of a department, including the development of strategies and processes which contribute to the University and/or campus mission and accountability for services provided.  Directors are responsible and accountable for the analysis of fiscal and human resources required to achieve department objectives including hiring, compensation, termination, and performance management of subordinate employees.    
HR ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR2441Associate Directors are responsible for working closely with the Director to manage a department or specific areas of a department.  These positions recommend strategy, have responsibility for fiscal and/or human resources and have the authority to act on the Director's behalf. 
HR ASSISTANT DIRECTOR2442Assistant Directors have responsibility for projects, functions or processes within a department.  These positions may recommend strategy and provide professional support to Directors and may have the authority to act on the Director's behalf.  Assistant Directors typically supervise other staff but do not generally control the allocation of fiscal or human resources.
HR PROGRAM DIRECTOR2443Program Directors are responsible for the ongoing leadership and oversight of a program or function, including the development of strategies and processes which contribute to the University and/or campus mission and accountability for services provided.  These positions may or may not supervise others.  
HR MANAGER2444Managers are responsible for the day-to-day operation of functional work units, including the development and implementation of processes consistent with college, school or departmental strategies and processes and the supervision of professional and support staff.
HR PROGRAM MANAGER2445Program Managers are responsible for the day-to-day operation of a program, function or work unit, including the development and implementation of processes consistent with college, school or departmental strategies and processes.  These positions may or may not supervise others.
HR PRINCIPAL PROFESSIONAL2446Principal Professionals are responsible for exercising discretion, analytical skill, personal accountability and responsibility in a wide range of areas including academic, administrative, managerial and student services functions. Work involves creating, integrating, applying and sharing knowledge directly related to a professional field. Work is performed at an advanced or expert level. 
HR SENIOR PROFESSIONAL2447Senior Professionals are responsible for exercising discretion, analytical skill, personal accountability and responsibility in a wide range of areas including academic, administrative, managerial and student services functions. Work involves creating, integrating, applying and sharing knowledge directly related to a professional field.  Work is performed fully independently. 
HR PROFESSIONAL2448Professionals are responsible for exercising discretion, analytical skill, personal accountability and responsibility in a wide range of areas including academic, administrative, managerial and student services functions. Work involves creating, integrating, applying and sharing knowledge directly related to a professional field. At the professional level, duties may be more limited in scope, may  be performed with guidance and direction from other professionals, or may be performed in a training and development capacity.
HR INTERN2449Interns are positions designed to develop professional skills through the performance of entry-level professional work that allows the incumbent to gain additional knowledge, skills and experience in the occupational field or for completion of an advanced degree, professional licensure, certification, or future professional advancement. The work is directly supervised by professionals in the field or other senior staff members of related disciplines.     

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

Jobs in this career family develop, maintain, and support computer systems, software and networks. Functions include enterprise operations, distributed computing, academic computing, research computing, computer hardware and software management, computer networking, telecommunications, systems development, database administration, server administration, website development/management, programming, desktop support, and help desk operations.

TitleJob CodeTitle Definition
IT DIRECTOR2460Directors are responsible for the ongoing leadership and oversight of a department, including the development of strategies and processes which contribute to the University and/or campus mission and accountability for services provided.  Directors are responsible and accountable for the analysis of fiscal and human resources required to achieve department objectives including hiring, compensation, termination, and performance management of subordinate employees.    
IT ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR2461Associate Directors are responsible for working closely with the Director to manage a department or specific areas of a department.  These positions recommend strategy, have responsibility for fiscal and/or human resources and have the authority to act on the Director's behalf. 
IT ASSISTANT DIRECTOR2462Assistant Directors have responsibility for projects, functions or processes within a department.  These positions may recommend strategy and provide professional support to Directors and may have the authority to act on the Director's behalf.  Assistant Directors typically supervise other staff but do not generally control the allocation of fiscal or human resources.
IT PROGRAM DIRECTOR2463Program Directors are responsible for the ongoing leadership and oversight of a program or function, including the development of strategies and processes which contribute to the University and/or campus mission and accountability for services provided.  These positions may or may not supervise others.  
IT MANAGER2464Managers are responsible for the day-to-day operation of functional work units, including the development and implementation of processes consistent with college, school or departmental strategies and processes and the supervision of professional and support staff.
IT PROGRAM MANAGER2465Program Managers are responsible for the day-to-day operation of a program, function or work unit, including the development and implementation of processes consistent with college, school or departmental strategies and processes.  These positions may or may not supervise others.
IT PRINCIPAL PROFESSIONAL2466Principal Professionals are responsible for exercising discretion, analytical skill, personal accountability and responsibility in a wide range of areas including academic, administrative, managerial and student services functions. Work involves creating, integrating, applying and sharing knowledge directly related to a professional field. Work is performed at an advanced or expert level. 
IT SENIOR PROFESSIONAL2467Senior Professionals are responsible for exercising discretion, analytical skill, personal accountability and responsibility in a wide range of areas including academic, administrative, managerial and student services functions. Work involves creating, integrating, applying and sharing knowledge directly related to a professional field.  Work is performed fully independently. 
IT PROFESSIONAL2468Professionals are responsible for exercising discretion, analytical skill, personal accountability and responsibility in a wide range of areas including academic, administrative, managerial and student services functions. Work involves creating, integrating, applying and sharing knowledge directly related to a professional field. At the professional level, duties may be more limited in scope, may  be performed with guidance and direction from other professionals, or may be performed in a training and development capacity.
IT INTERN2469Interns are positions designed to develop professional skills through the performance of entry-level professional work that allows the incumbent to gain additional knowledge, skills and experience in the occupational field or for completion of an advanced degree, professional licensure, certification, or future professional advancement. The work is directly supervised by professionals in the field or other senior staff members of related disciplines.     

RESEARCH SERVICES

Jobs in this career family provide direct professional support of research activities. Functions include contracts and grants solicitation and administration, grant/agreement preparation, review and negotiation, regulatory compliance, sponsor communication and post and pre award management, human subject compliance, research animal management, research laboratory coordination and instruction, environmental health and safety, radiation control, hazardous materials use, disposal and training.

TitleJob CodeTitle Definition
RESEARCH SERVICES DIRECTOR2480Directors are responsible for the ongoing leadership and oversight of a department, including the development of strategies and processes which contribute to the University and/or campus mission and accountability for services provided.  Directors are responsible and accountable for the analysis of fiscal and human resources required to achieve department objectives including hiring, compensation, termination, and performance management of subordinate employees.    
RESEARCH SERVICES ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR2481Associate Directors are responsible for working closely with the Director to manage a department or specific areas of a department.  These positions recommend strategy, have responsibility for fiscal and/or human resources and have the authority to act on the Director's behalf. 
RESEARCH SERVICES ASSISTANT DIRECTOR2482Assistant Directors have responsibility for projects, functions or processes within a department.  These positions may recommend strategy and provide professional support to Directors and may have the authority to act on the Director's behalf.  Assistant Directors typically supervise other staff but do not generally control the allocation of fiscal or human resources.
RESEARCH SERVICES PROGRAM DIRECTOR2483Program Directors are responsible for the ongoing leadership and oversight of a program or function, including the development of strategies and processes which contribute to the University and/or campus mission and accountability for services provided.  These positions may or may not supervise others.  
RESEARCH SERVICES MANAGER2484Managers are responsible for the day-to-day operation of functional work units, including the development and implementation of processes consistent with college, school or departmental strategies and processes and the supervision of professional and support staff.
RESEARCH SERVICES PROGRAM MANAGER2485Program Managers are responsible for the day-to-day operation of a program, function or work unit, including the development and implementation of processes consistent with college, school or departmental strategies and processes.  These positions may or may not supervise others.
RESEARCH SERVICES PRINCIPAL PROFESSIONAL2486Principal Professionals are responsible for exercising discretion, analytical skill, personal accountability and responsibility in a wide range of areas including academic, administrative, managerial and student services functions. Work involves creating, integrating, applying and sharing knowledge directly related to a professional field. Work is performed at an advanced or expert level. 
RESEARCH SERVICES SENIOR PROFESSIONAL2487Senior Professionals are responsible for exercising discretion, analytical skill, personal accountability and responsibility in a wide range of areas including academic, administrative, managerial and student services functions. Work involves creating, integrating, applying and sharing knowledge directly related to a professional field.  Work is performed fully independently. 
RESEARCH SERVICES PROFESSIONAL2488Professionals are responsible for exercising discretion, analytical skill, personal accountability and responsibility in a wide range of areas including academic, administrative, managerial and student services functions. Work involves creating, integrating, applying and sharing knowledge directly related to a professional field. At the professional level, duties may be more limited in scope, may  be performed with guidance and direction from other professionals, or may be performed in a training and development capacity.
RESEARCH SERVICES INTERN2489Interns are positions designed to develop professional skills through the performance of entry-level professional work that allows the incumbent to gain additional knowledge, skills and experience in the occupational field or for completion of an advanced degree, professional licensure, certification, or future professional advancement. The work is directly supervised by professionals in the field or other senior staff members of related disciplines.     

STUDENT SERVICES

Jobs in this career family support students' emotional and physical well-being and intellectual, cultural and social development outside the context of the formal instruction program or traditional academic unit. Functions include student counseling, career guidance, residence life, multicultural affairs, support of student activities and organizations, recreation services and intramural athletics administration.

TitleJob CodeTitle Definition
STUDENT SERVICES DIRECTOR2500Directors are responsible for the ongoing leadership and oversight of a department, including the development of strategies and processes which contribute to the University and/or campus mission and accountability for services provided.  Directors are responsible and accountable for the analysis of fiscal and human resources required to achieve department objectives including hiring, compensation, termination, and performance management of subordinate employees.    
STUDENT SERVICES ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR2501Associate Directors are responsible for working closely with the Director to manage a department or specific areas of a department.  These positions recommend strategy, have responsibility for fiscal and/or human resources and have the authority to act on the Director's behalf. 
STUDENT SERVICES ASSISTANT DIRECTOR2502Assistant Directors have responsibility for projects, functions or processes within a department.  These positions may recommend strategy and provide professional support to Directors and may have the authority to act on the Director's behalf.  Assistant Directors typically supervise other staff but do not generally control the allocation of fiscal or human resources.
STUDENT SERVICES PROGRAM DIRECTOR2503Program Directors are responsible for the ongoing leadership and oversight of a program or function, including the development of strategies and processes which contribute to the University and/or campus mission and accountability for services provided.  These positions may or may not supervise others.  
STUDENT SERVICES MANAGER2504Managers are responsible for the day-to-day operation of functional work units, including the development and implementation of processes consistent with college, school or departmental strategies and processes and the supervision of professional and support staff.
STUDENT SERVICES PROGRAM MANAGER2505Program Managers are responsible for the day-to-day operation of a program, function or work unit, including the development and implementation of processes consistent with college, school or departmental strategies and processes.  These positions may or may not supervise others.
STUDENT SERVICES PRINCIPAL PROFESSIONAL2506Principal Professionals are responsible for exercising discretion, analytical skill, personal accountability and responsibility in a wide range of areas including academic, administrative, managerial and student services functions. Work involves creating, integrating, applying and sharing knowledge directly related to a professional field. Work is performed at an advanced or expert level. 
STUDENT SERVICES SENIOR PROFESSIONAL2507Senior Professionals are responsible for exercising discretion, analytical skill, personal accountability and responsibility in a wide range of areas including academic, administrative, managerial and student services functions. Work involves creating, integrating, applying and sharing knowledge directly related to a professional field.  Work is performed fully independently. 
STUDENT SERVICES PROFESSIONAL2508Professionals are responsible for exercising discretion, analytical skill, personal accountability and responsibility in a wide range of areas including academic, administrative, managerial and student services functions. Work involves creating, integrating, applying and sharing knowledge directly related to a professional field. At the professional level, duties may be more limited in scope, may  be performed with guidance and direction from other professionals, or may be performed in a training and development capacity.
STUDENT SERVICES INTERN2509Interns are positions designed to develop professional skills through the performance of entry-level professional work that allows the incumbent to gain additional knowledge, skills and experience in the occupational field or for completion of an advanced degree, professional licensure, certification, or future professional advancement. The work is directly supervised by professionals in the field or other senior staff members of related disciplines.     

ATHLETICS

Jobs in this career family provide intercollegiate athletic management and administration.  Functions include NCAA sports coaching, recruiting, athletic training, sports medicine, equipment management, game day operations, sports program administration, and NCAA compliance.

TitleJob CodeTitle Definition
ATHLETICS DIRECTOR2520Directors are responsible for the ongoing leadership and oversight of a department, including the development of strategies and processes which contribute to the University and/or campus mission and accountability for services provided.  Directors are responsible and accountable for the analysis of fiscal and human resources required to achieve department objectives including hiring, compensation, termination, and performance management of subordinate employees.    
ATHLETICS ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR2521Associate Directors are responsible for working closely with the Director to manage a department or specific areas of a department.  These positions recommend strategy, have responsibility for fiscal and/or human resources and have the authority to act on the Director's behalf. 
ATHLETICS ASSISTANT  DIRECTOR2522Assistant Directors have responsibility for projects, functions or processes within a department.  These positions may recommend strategy and provide professional support to Directors and may have the authority to act on the Director's behalf.  Assistant Directors typically supervise other staff but do not generally control the allocation of fiscal or human resources.
ATHLETICS PROGRAM DIRECTOR2523Program Directors are responsible for the ongoing leadership and oversight of a program or function, including the development of strategies and processes which contribute to the University and/or campus mission and accountability for services provided.  These positions may or may not supervise others.  
ATHLETICS MANAGER2524Managers are responsible for the day-to-day operation of functional work units, including the development and implementation of processes consistent with college, school or departmental strategies and processes and the supervision of professional and support staff.
ATHLETICS PROGRAM MANAGER2525Program Managers are responsible for the day-to-day operation of a program, function or work unit, including the development and implementation of processes consistent with college, school or departmental strategies and processes.  These positions may or may not supervise others.
ATHLETICS PRINCIPAL PROFESSIONAL2526Principal Professionals are responsible for exercising discretion, analytical skill, personal accountability and responsibility in a wide range of areas including academic, administrative, managerial and student services functions. Work involves creating, integrating, applying and sharing knowledge directly related to a professional field. Work is performed at an advanced or expert level. 
ATHLETICS SENIOR PROFESSIONAL2527Senior Professionals are responsible for exercising discretion, analytical skill, personal accountability and responsibility in a wide range of areas including academic, administrative, managerial and student services functions. Work involves creating, integrating, applying and sharing knowledge directly related to a professional field.  Work is performed fully independently. 
ATHLETICS PROFESSIONAL2528Professionals are responsible for exercising discretion, analytical skill, personal accountability and responsibility in a wide range of areas including academic, administrative, managerial and student services functions. Work involves creating, integrating, applying and sharing knowledge directly related to a professional field. At the professional level, duties may be more limited in scope, may  be performed with guidance and direction from other professionals, or may be performed in a training and development capacity.
ATHLETICS INTERN2529Interns are positions designed to develop professional skills through the performance of entry-level professional work that allows the incumbent to gain additional knowledge, skills and experience in the occupational field or for completion of an advanced degree, professional licensure, certification, or future professional advancement. The work is directly supervised by professionals in the field or other senior staff members of related disciplines.     
HEAD ATHLETIC COACH2530Head Athletic Coaches are responsible for directing and managing an NCAA collegiate sports program.  Positions provide professional level coaching to student-athletes in the fundamentals of the applicable sport using appropriate drills and instruction to enhance students’ knowledge and skills and motivate them to maximum levels of individual and team performance.  Positions oversee administrative functions for the program including budgets, scouting, recruiting, fundraising, community relations, and NCAA compliance.  Positions may supervise, direct and/or manage assistants, interns and students.
ASSISTANT ATHLETIC COACH2531Assistant Athletic Coaches provide professional level coaching to student-athletes in the fundamentals of the applicable sport using appropriate drills and instruction to enhance students’ knowledge and skills.  Work is performed under the guidance and direction of a Head Athletic Coach.  Assistant Athletic Coaches assist the Head Coach with management and day-to-day operations of the respective sports program including scouting, recruiting, training, and teaching athletes.  They may supervise and/or train other staff, interns or students but do not generally control the allocation of fiscal or human resources.
HEAD ATHLETIC TRAINER2532Head Athletic Trainers direct and administer training programs for campus intercollegiate athletic sports.  Positions oversee the prevention and care of athletic related injuries and administrative functions related to budgets, procurement and inventory systems, and NCAA compliance. Positions may supervise, direct and/or manage assistants, interns and students.  
ASSISTANT ATHLETIC TRAINER2533Assistant Athletic Trainers assist with maintaining the direction of, or administer specific aspects of, training programs for campus intercollegiate sports programs under the direction of the Head Athletic Trainer.  They may supervise and/or train other staff, interns or students but do not generally control the allocation of fiscal or human resources.

PUBLIC SAFETY

Jobs in this career family provide a safe and secure environment. Functions include police leadership, police operations, police communications, and emergency management.

TitleJob CodeTitle Definition
POLICE CHIEF2540The Police Chief directs the operations of a Public Safety/Police Department providing police and safety services, and may provide parking and transportation services.  Positions have administrative and operational oversight for programs that provide community safety and commuter access.
DEPUTY POLICE CHIEF2541The Deputy Police Chief, under the general direction of the Chief, provides day-to-day oversight and management of the operations division for a Public Safety/Police Department.   These positions recommend strategy, have responsibility for fiscal and/or human resources and have the authority to act on the Chief's behalf. 
POLICE COMMANDER2542Police Commanders are responsible for serving as chief line officers for police operations.  Positions keep the Chief and Deputy Chief informed of issues of significance and may be called upon to brief campus leadership in the absence of the Chief and Deputy Chief.
PUBLIC SAFETY DIRECTOR2543Directors are responsible for the ongoing leadership and oversight of a department, including the development of strategies and processes which contribute to the University and/or campus mission and accountability for services provided.  Directors are responsible and accountable for the analysis of fiscal and human resources required to achieve department objectives including hiring, compensation, termination, and performance management of subordinate employees.    
PUBLIC SAFETY ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR2544Associate Directors are responsible for working closely with the Director to manage a department or specific areas of a department.  These positions recommend strategy, have responsibility for fiscal and/or human resources and have the authority to act on the Director's behalf. 
PUBLIC SAFETY ASSISTANT DIRECTOR2545Assistant Directors have responsibility for projects, functions or processes within a department.  These positions may recommend strategy and provide professional support to Directors and may have the authority to act on the Director's behalf.  Assistant Directors typically supervise other staff but do not generally control the allocation of fiscal or human resources.
PUBLIC SAFETY PROGRAM DIRECTOR2546Program Directors are responsible for the ongoing leadership and oversight of a program or function, including the development of strategies and processes which contribute to the University and/or campus mission and accountability for services provided.  These positions may or may not supervise others.  
PUBLIC SAFETY MANAGER2547Managers are responsible for the day-to-day operation of functional work units, including the development and implementation of processes consistent with college, school or departmental strategies and processes and the supervision of professional and support staff.
PUBLIC SAFETY PROGRAM MANAGER2548Program Managers are responsible for the day-to-day operation of a program, function or work unit, including the development and implementation of processes consistent with college, school or departmental strategies and processes.  These positions may or may not supervise others.
PUBLIC SAFETY PRINCIPAL PROFESSIONAL2549Principal Professionals are responsible for exercising discretion, analytical skill, personal accountability and responsibility in a wide range of areas including academic, administrative, managerial and student services functions. Work involves creating, integrating, applying and sharing knowledge directly related to a professional field. Work is performed at an advanced or expert level. 
PUBLIC SAFETY SENIOR PROFESSIONAL2550Senior Professionals are responsible for exercising discretion, analytical skill, personal accountability and responsibility in a wide range of areas including academic, administrative, managerial and student services functions. Work involves creating, integrating, applying and sharing knowledge directly related to a professional field.  Work is performed fully independently. 
PUBLIC SAFETY PROFESSIONAL2551Professionals are responsible for exercising discretion, analytical skill, personal accountability and responsibility in a wide range of areas including academic, administrative, managerial and student services functions. Work involves creating, integrating, applying and sharing knowledge directly related to a professional field. At the professional level, duties may be more limited in scope, may  be performed with guidance and direction from other professionals, or may be performed in a training and development capacity.
PUBLIC SAFETY INTERN2552Interns are positions designed to develop professional skills through the performance of entry-level professional work that allows the incumbent to gain additional knowledge, skills and experience in the occupational field or for completion of an advanced degree, professional licensure, certification, or future professional advancement. The work is directly supervised by professionals in the field or other senior staff members of related disciplines.     

AUDIT AND LEGAL

Jobs in this career family provide direct professional support to the Board of Regents and the University as a whole. Functions include identifying and minimizing risk, work towards maximum protection of the University's assets, performing and evaluating audits, and expert legal advice and consultation.

TitleJob CodeTitle Definition
MANAGING ASSOCIATE COUNSEL2560 
ASSOCIATE COUNSEL2561 
ASSISTANT COUNSEL2562 
RESEARCH COUNSEL2563 
LEGAL INTERN2564Interns are positions designed to develop professional skills through the performance of entry-level professional work that allows the incumbent to gain additional knowledge, skills and experience in the occupational field or for completion of an advanced degree, professional licensure, certification, or future professional advancement. The work is directly supervised by professionals in the field or other senior staff members of related disciplines.     
LEGAL SUPPORT MANAGER2565 
LEGAL SUPPORT PROFESSIONAL2566 
ATTORNEY2567Attorneys are licensed in the practice of law and provide legal services to students or other individuals on a campus.
AUDIT DIRECTOR2570Directors are responsible for the ongoing leadership and oversight of a department, including the development of strategies and processes which contribute to the University and/or campus mission and accountability for services provided.  Directors are responsible and accountable for the analysis of fiscal and human resources required to achieve department objectives including hiring, compensation, termination, and performance management of subordinate employees.    
AUDIT SENIOR2571Performs audit, investigative and consultative duties for the benefit of the University in accordance with internal auditing policies and standards.  Plans, assigns and reviews work product of auditors assigned.  Participates in the creation and execution of the annual audit plan and schedule, which details the audit department's strategy, core objectives and audit schedule.  Reports directly to the Director of Internal Audit.
AUDIT MANAGER2572Performs audit, investigative and consultative duties for the benefit of the University in accordance with internal auditing policies and standards.  Plans, assigns and reviews work product of other audit personnel assigned.  Participates in the creation and execution of the annual audit plan and schedule, which details the audit department's strategy, core objectives and audit schedule.  Reports directly to the Director of Internal Audit.
IT AUDIT MANAGER2573Performs audit, investigative and consultative duties in the area of information technology for the benefit of the University in accordance with internal auditing policies and standards.  Plans, assigns and reviews work product of other audit personnel assigned.  Participates in the creation and execution of the annual audit plan and schedule, which details the audit department's strategy, core objectives and audit schedule.  Reports directly to the Director of Internal Audit.
AUDITOR2574Performs audit, investigative and consultative duties for the benefit of the University in accordance with internal auditing policies and standards.  Reports directly to the Director of Internal Audit.

PROFESSIONAL SUPPORT SERVICES

Jobs in this career family provide professional administrative, operational or managerial services. Functions include advising, interpreting or guiding decisions on policy, procedural or operational issues or projects, providing professional academic support in the areas of policy development, financial administration, budget oversight, campus-wide program or project management, or office management, and/or representing or acting on behalf of senior leadership.

TitleJob CodeTitle Definition
PROFESSIONAL ASSISTANT2580Professional Assistant positions are responsible for providing professional academic or administrative support in the areas of policy development, financial administration, budget oversight, contracts and grants, personnel and payroll, marketing, communications, public relations, program coordination, and/or office management. Positions act on behalf of an officer, dean, or director to represent his/her priorities and mission in a variety of settings.  Positions may supervise other staff but do not generally control the allocation of fiscal or human resources.
EXECUTIVE ASSISTANT2581Executive Assistants provide administrative support directly to an officer of the university.  Positions may provide executive scheduling, meeting and event coordination; office management; public relations; and/or accounting, personnel or payroll support.
PROFESSIONAL TEMPORARY2582Professional Temporaries are responsible for exercising discretion, analytical skill, personal accountability and responsibility in a wide range of areas including academic, administrative, managerial and student services functions. Work involves creating, integrating, applying and sharing knowledge directly related to a professional field.  Positions are limited to 9 months of continuous employment with a 4 month break OR 9 months of employment in any 12 month period.  Professional Temporary appointments are not eligible for health benefits, retirement or leave accrual.
WORKING PERA RETIREE (No Accruals)2583Working PERA Retirees are employees who retired with PERA and are working in a professional position at the university.  PERA Retirees adhere to the limits of days/hours worked per year imposed by PERA.  Appointments are not eligible for leave accruals.
WORKING PERA RETIREE (Accruals)2584Working PERA Retirees are employees who retired with PERA and are working in a professional position at the university.  PERA Retirees adhere to the limits of days/hours worked per year imposed by PERA.  
WORKING ORP RETIREE2585Working CU ORP Retirees are employees who have retired from the university and are working in a professional position at the university.  Working ORP retirees appointments are not eligible for health benefits, retirement or leave accruals.

EMERITIS

Upon approval by the Board of Regents, titles in this career family are used upon retirement or separation to grant an ongoing title of distinction in recognition of outstanding service to the University, such as President, Chancellor or Dean.

TitleJob CodeTitle Definition
PRESIDENT EMERITUS2900The President Emeritus title is awarded to a previous or retired President as ongoing recognition for outstanding service to the University.  This title of distinction is awarded through a nomination review process and approved by the Board of Regents.
CHANCELLOR EMERITUS2901The Chancellor Emeritus title is awarded to a previous or retired Chancellor as ongoing recognition for outstanding service to the University.  This title of distinction is awarded through a nomination review and approval process and approved by the Board of Regents.  
DEAN EMERITUS2902The Dean Emeritus title is awarded to a previous or retired Dean as ongoing recognition for outstanding service to the University.  This title of distinction is awarded through a nomination review process and approved by the Board of Regents.

OTHER NON-GENERAL FUND POSITIONS

TitleJob CodeClassified Staff EquivalentTitle Definition
STANDARDIZED PATIENT2700n/aThis class describes positions that are involved in the direct delivery of academic curriculum.
ART MODEL2701n/aThis class describes positions that are involved in the direct delivery of academic curriculum.
ALTERNATE FUNDING TEMPORARY2702P1A1XXThis class uses one level and describes seasonal, temporary positions that work for short periods of time,
e.g., summer months, special events, or projects.  The work can be any variety of assignments performed
under close supervision and in support of programs, events, or projects.  The aide also may be expected
to attend a variety of educational seminars.  Appointments to this class are limited to six months out of a
12-month employment period.  Because of the temporary nature of this class, positions are not eligible
for benefits (except those required by law), salary survey increases, or performance awards. 
TRAINEE2703n/aThis class describes work preparing to enter a specific class series. Positions receive on-the-job training or formal courses designed to develop the characteristics required by the class series for which in training. Positions are not to remain in this class indefinitely, and the target class must be identified when the job is created.
POLICE OFFICER I2704A4B2TXThis class describes the fully-operational police officer. Positions in this level conduct vehicle or foot patrol to detect criminal activity, respond to communication orders, investigate and gather evidence at the scene, request assistance or emergency aid, establish and maintain control of situations, direct and control crowds and traffic, issue citations or warrants, restrain and take persons into custody, prepare reports and records, and follow-up on incidents or suspected activities. Positions prepare evidence and reports for prosecution and testify in court as witnesses. Positions may give community service presentations on safety and crime prevention or detection methods or programs.  
POLICE OFFICER II2705A4B3XXThis class describes work leader responsibilities. In addition to the work described by the Police Officer I class, positions in this level oversee and direct the work of other police officers. Positions take charge at crime scenes or crowd settings to direct enforcement actions. Positions review investigative work of others to assure evidence standards are met. Some positions review reports and logs for accuracy and completeness. Positions may also train others, either individually or in groups, in specialty topics such as first aid, weapons handling, physical defense, vehicle driving techniques, or other areas. 
POLICE OFFICER III2706A4B4XXThis class describes the first supervisory level. Positions in this class perform duties similar to those described in the lower classes in this series and have supervisory responsibilities over positions in lower police officer or related security classes. This class also includes those positions with higher level Decision Making and lower level supervisory responsibilities than the typical supervisory position. 
THERAPY ASSISTANT I2707C5L1TXThis class describes the clearly defined level where positions follow established work processes and procedures. Positions operate within standard operations and alternatives that are known and any deviation from such requires prior approval. Some assignments do not move beyond this level.
THERAPY ASSISTANT II2708C5L2XXThis class describes full-operating therapy assistant. While the duties are similar to those performed at the lower level, the complexity of the job is different. The systems, operations, and processes are still established and defined but allow more flexibility and latitude in implementing
treatment plans written by professional therapists. The work requires adapting practical approaches or routines for various situations. Not all circumstances are covered by established guidelines so positions must improvise solutions and alternatives. This class includes responsibility for training lower level assistants.
THERAPY ASSISTANT III2709C5L3XXThis class describes positions with responsibility for writing patient treatment plans that are reviewed by professional therapists or for supervising therapy assistant positions responsible for implementing patient treatment plans. At this level, positions design and implement operations to accomplish the work. Work includes, but is not limited to, deciding what operations will be performed and how processes will be implemented.
CLIENT CARE AIDE I2710C6P1TXThis class describes the clearly defined level where positions follow established work procedures. Positions operate within standard guidelines and alternatives that are known and any deviation from such requires prior approval. Some assignments do not move beyond this level.
CLIENT CARE AIDE II2711C6P2XXThis class describes the fully operational level. Positions operate independently in performing the full range of client aide tasks and problem solving. Positions follow established work procedures and operate within standard guidelines and alternatives.
DENTAL CARE I2712C6Q1TXThis class describes the full-operating level dental assistant. Positions operate independently in performing the full range of dental support and chair side assistance tasks and problem solving. Positions follow established work procedures and operate within standard guidelines and
alternatives.
DENTAL CARE II2713C6Q2XXThis class describes the second-level dental technician. While the type of duties are similar to those performed at the lower level, the complexity of the job is different. The systems, operations, and processes are still established and defined but allow more flexibility and latitude
in adapting practical approaches or routines for various situations. Not all circumstances are covered by established guidelines so positions must improvise solutions and alternatives. This class includes responsibility for training lower level technicians.
DENTAL CARE III2714C6Q3XXThis class describes the unit supervisor. The unit supervisor is responsible for the work product of three of more full-time equivalent positions including developing the work procedures for the unit.
HEALTH CARE TECH I2715C6R1TXThis class describes the fully operational level. Positions operate independently in performing the full range of technical health tasks and problem solving. Positions follow established work procedures and operate within standard guidelines and alternatives.
HEALTH CARE TECH II2716C6R2XXThis class describes the second-level health technician. While the type of duties is similar to those performed at the lower level, the complexity of the job is different. The systems, operations, and processes are still established and defined but allow more flexibility and latitude in adapting practical approaches or routines to various situations. Not all circumstances are covered by established guidelines so positions must improvise solutions and alternatives. This class includes responsibility for training lower level technicians.
HEALTH CARE TECH III2717C6R3XXThis class describes the third level health care technician. Although positions follow established work processes, they have the authority to determine the procedures required to accomplish the work. Positions use judgment on an ongoing basis to select the most appropriate guidelines and adapt them to develop work procedures that accomplish tasks. Some positions in this class function as a work leader. The work leader exercises some control over the continual work product of others.
HEALTH CARE TECH IV2718C6R4XXThis class describes the unit supervisor that exercises direct, formal control over others.
NURSE I2719C6S1XNThis class describes the full-operating nurse. Positions operate independently in performing the full range of professional nursing tasks and problem solving. This class includes the preceptor who provides guidance to nurses being acclimated to the working environment.
NURSE II2720C6S2XNThis class describes the work leader. Positions are responsible for implementing procedures, directing workflow, resolving nursing and general care issues, and leading staff on a shift. At this level, positions function as either a supervisor over technical health care staff or direct care workers,
or as a work leader over at least two FTE, one of which must be a professional nurse.
NURSE III2721C6S3XNThis class describes the unit supervisor or the nurse with advanced, specialized, or non-traditional assignments. The supervisor is responsible for an infirmary, clinic, shift, or population of patients including accountability for the use of equipment, space, and resources. Positions directly control
the work of assigned nursing staff, participate in development of nursing processes and policies, and determine the work procedures for the unit. Advanced, specialized, or non-traditional assignments are those where positions are developing processes and standards applied facility-wide. To meet this concept, positions must have a higher level of decision-making than the full operating level nurse.
MENTAL HLTH CLINICIAN I2722C6U1TXThis class describes the clearly defined level. Positions follow established work processes and procedures and operate within standard guidelines and alternatives that are known and any deviation from such requires prior approval. Some assignments will not move beyond this level.
MENTAL HLTH CLINICIAN II2723C6U2XXThis class describes the fully operational level. Positions operate independently in performing the full range of tasks and problem solving. Positions follow established work processes but have flexibility in deciding how operations will be completed and have latitude in adapting practical approaches for various situations. Not all circumstances are covered by established guidelines so positions must improvise solutions and alternatives.
MENTAL HLTH CLINICIAN III2724C6U3XXThis class describes the Mental Health Clinician with increased team, facility, program, case coordination, or supervisory responsibilities. Positions in this class are assigned decision making authority for determining processes within a treatment team, ward, facility, or program. At this level, positions apply the full range of accepted treatment practices independently.
DIAG PROCED TECHNOL I2725C8A1TXThis class describes the diagnostic support level. Positions perform clearly defined assignments and follow established work processes and procedures. Positions operate within standard processes and alternatives that are known and any deviation from such requires prior approval.
Some assignments do not move beyond this level.
DIAG PROCED TECHNOL II2726C8A2XXThis class describes the full-operating technologist responsible for performing standardized tests and procedures. Positions operate independently in performing the full scope of standardized tests and procedures. Work requires determining solutions to practical problems using specified
professional standards and established criteria. Judgment is used to select and apply existing guidelines to solve problems and accomplish the assignment. Some assignments do not move beyond this level.
DIAG PROCED TECHNOL III2727C8A3XXThis class describes the full-operating technologist responsible for performing non-standardized tests and procedures. Positions operate independently in performing the full scope of non standardized tests and procedures. Work requires establishing technical procedures and
determining solutions to practical problems using specified professional standards and established criteria. Judgment is used to select and apply existing guidelines to solve problems and accomplish the assignment.
LABORATORY SUPPORT I2728C8C1TXThis class describes the full-operating level. Positions operate independently in performing the full range of support tasks and problem solving. Positions follow established work procedures and operate within standard guidelines and alternatives.
LABORATORY SUPPORT II2729C8C2XXThis class describes the work leader. In addition to the duties performed at the Laboratory Support I level, work leaders are partially accountable for the work product of two or more fulltime equivalent positions.
LABORATORY  SUPPORT III2730C8C3XXThis class describes the highest level in laboratory support. Positions in this level have the authority to design and implement, without prior approval, the general operations to accomplish the unit's work. Work includes, but is not limited to, deciding what operations will be performed
and how processes will be implemented; creating and revising procedures; establishing general record keeping systems. There is more flexibility and latitude in adapting practical approaches or routines for various situations. Not all circumstances are covered by established guidelines so
positions must improvise solutions and alternatives.
LABORATORY TECHNOLOGY I2731C8D1TXThis class describes the full-operating technician responsible for performing routine tests and procedures and/or preparing specimens and tissue for testing. Positions operate independently in performing the full scope of routine, standardized tests, procedures and problem solving. Positions
follow established work procedures and operate within standard guidelines and alternatives. Some assignments will not move beyond this level.
LABORATORY TECHNOLOGY II2732C8D2XXThis class describes the full-operating technician responsible for performing non-routine tests and procedures. Positions operate independently in performing the full scope of non-routine tests and procedures. Work requires determining solutions to practical problems using specified professional standards and established criteria. Judgment is used to select and apply existing guidelines to solve problems and accomplish the assignment. Some assignments do not move beyond this level.
LABORATORY  TECHNOLOGY  III2733C8D3XNThis class describes the fully operational professional technologist level. At this level, positions perform non-routine analytical techniques that require the modification of laboratory or testing procedures in order to accomplish the work. Judgment is used in the adaptation and skilled
application of guidelines to solve the full range of problems related to the assignment.
LABORATORY TECHNOLOGY IV2734C8D4XXThis class describes the unit supervisor. Positions have responsibility for administering a laboratory including staffing, training, quality control, and developing and implementing laboratory processes, operations and standards.
ANIMAL CARE I2735C9A1TXThis class describes the clearly defined level where positions follow established work procedures. Positions operate within standard guidelines and alternatives that are known and any deviation from such requires prior approval. Some assignments do not move beyond this level.
ANIMAL CARE II2736C9A2XXThis class describes the fully operational level. Positions operate independently in performing the full range of animal care tasks and problem solving. While the type of duties is similar to those performed at the lower level, the complexity of the job is different. The systems, operations, and processes are still established and defined but allow more flexibility and latitude in adapting practical approaches or routines for various situations. Not all circumstances are covered by established guidelines so positions must improvise solutions and alternatives. This class includes responsibility for training lower levels.
ANIMAL CARE III2737C9A3XXThis class describes the unit supervisor. Supervisors directly control the work of assigned staff and determine the operations for the unit. The work includes providing input into planning research activities, developing and implementing quality assurance standards, operating procedures and animal care manuals, coordinating the training of staff, and overseeing the daily operations of the unit.
VETERINARY TECHNOLOGY I2738C9C1TXThis class describes the clearly defined level where positions follow established work procedures. Positions operate within standard guidelines and alternatives that are known and any deviation from such requires prior approval. Some assignments do not move beyond this level.
VETERINARY TECHNOLOGY  II2739C9C2XXThis class describes the full-operating technologist responsible for performing specialized patient care. Positions operate independently in performing the full scope of clinical care. Work requires determining solutions to practical problems using specified professional standards and established criteria. Judgment is used to select and apply existing guidelines to solve problems and accomplish the assignment. Some assignments do not move beyond this level.
VETERINARY TECHNOLOGY  III2740C9C3XXThis class describes the second level specialized care provider, work leader, or staff authority level. This level of specialized care provider works in areas such as cardiac care, anesthesia, or intensive care where the work requires the use of discretion and creativity within limits of theory and principles of the field, program objectives, and, general systems and guidelines. Judgment is used in the adaptation and skilled application of guidelines to solve the full range of problems related to the assignment and must anticipate and analyze the impact and consequences of decisions made. Work leaders exercise some control over the continual work product of others. Staff authorities possess a unique level of knowledge and expertise in a professional field that is needed by the agency to support its overall mission. Agency management routinely relies on the essential consultation of the authority before deciding broad, critical program and policy direction. The consultation provided is accepted as fact and not refuted on its technical merit, even if management does not act on it for political or budgetary reasons. Staff authorities are authorized to take action and issue expert opinions that provide direction for further action by others. Authorities design strategy, systems, processes, guidelines, rules, and standards that are mission critical and directly impact the agency’s ongoing operation and broad program or policy. Staff authority is delegated by agency management, beyond the immediate supervisor, and has direct influence and impact agency-wide, including clients.
VETERINARY TECHNOLOGY IV2741C9C4XXThis class describes the unit supervisor. Supervisors directly control the work of assigned staff and determine the operations for the unit.
ELECTRICAL TRADES I2742D6A1TXThis class describes electrical maintenance work and/or assisting skilled licensed electricians in the installation, alteration, maintenance, and repair of electrical systems, appliances, devices, and/or traffic signals. It involves assisting higher-level fully-operational electrical trade workers by performing routine and limited electrical trades tasks. The work at this level is clearly defined where positions follow established work procedures and operate within standard guidelines and alternatives which are known and any deviation from such requires prior approval. Some assignments do not move beyond this level.
ELECTRICAL TRADES II2743D6A2XXThis class describes the full-operating electrician. The work involves the installation, alteration, maintenance, and repair of electrical systems, electrical fixtures, apparatus, and/or traffic signal and control equipment. It includes planning new, or modifying existing installations, providing access for future maintenance, making installations, connecting the power source, testing circuits, preparing sketches showing location of wiring and equipment, and repairing faulty equipment or systems. Work is assigned by means of verbal or written orders and is carried out by the position in accordance with standard practices of the electrical trade. Positions in this class may direct the work of others.
ELECTRICAL TRADES III2744D6A3XXThis class describes the supervisory level. Supervisory positions are accountable for actions and decisions that impact the pay, status, and tenure of three or more full-time equivalent positions. Supervisors coordinate the work with the other supervisory trades positions and ensure that the work performed is done in accordance with appropriate plans, specifications, and/or agency standards. Positions in this class also perform the duties of the lower-level class in the series.
MACHINING TRADES I2745D6B1XNThis class describes the clearly defined level where positions follow established work procedures. Positions operate within standard guidelines and alternatives which are known and any deviation from such requires prior approval. Some assignments do not move beyond this level.
MACHINING TRADES II2746D6B2XXThis class describes the full-operating level. Positions operate independently to perform the full range of tasks and determine solutions to the full range of problems. Judgment is used to select the most appropriate guidelines and adapt them to accomplish the tasks. Positions continually determine practical solutions to problems by applying specific processes, techniques, and methods. Position serves as a resource to others. Some assignments do not move beyond this level. Some positions may require certification.
MACHINING TRADES III2747D6B3XXThis class describes the specialized level where positions design and fabricate unique, one-of-a-kind, highly specialized equipment or scientific instruments. This level may also include positions that design and fabricate adaptations of mechanized equipment. Some positions may perform classroom instruction of students. Some positions may require certification.
PIPE/MECH TRADES I2748D6C1TXThis class describes the clearly defined level where positions follow established work procedures. Positions operate within standard guidelines and alternatives which are known and any deviation from such requires prior approval. Some assignments do not move beyond this level.
PIPE/MECH TRADES II2749D6C2XXThis class describes the full-operating level. Positions operate independently to perform the full range of tasks and determine solutions to the full range of problems. Judgment is used to select the most appropriate guidelines and adapt them to accomplish the tasks. Positions continually determine practical solutions to problems by applying specific processes, techniques, and methods. Positions serve as a resource to others. Some assignments do not move beyond this level.
PIPE/MECH TRADES III2750D6C3XXThis class describes the supervisory level. The supervisor is responsible for a work unit including accountability for the use of equipment, space, and resources. Supervisors in this class directly control the work of assigned staff and determine the work procedures for the unit.
STRUCTURAL TRADES I2751D6D1TXThis class describes the clearly defined level where positions follow established work procedures. Positions operate within standard guidelines and alternatives which are known and any deviation from such requires prior approval. Positions may assist a specific, full-operating trades position where work is limited to specific tasks with a detailed explanation of how the task is to be completed and it is subject to inspection while in progress and upon completion. Some assignments do not move beyond this level.
STRUCTURAL  TRADES II2752D6D2XXThis class describes the full-operating level. Positions operate independently to perform the full range of tasks and determine solutions to the full range of problems. Judgment is used to select the most appropriate guidelines and adapt them to accomplish the tasks. Positions continually determine practical solutions to problems by applying specific processes, techniques, and methods. Position serve as a resource to others. Some assignments do not move beyond this level.
STRUCTURAL  TRADES III2753D6D3XXThis class describes the supervisory level. The supervisor is responsible for a work unit including accountability for the use of equipment, space, and resources. Supervisors directly control the work of assigned staff and determine the work procedures for the unit.
UTILITY PLANT OPER I2754D6E1TXThis class describes the full-operating level. Positions operate independently to perform the full range of tasks and determine solutions to the full range of problems. Judgment is used to select the most appropriate guidelines and adapt them to accomplish the tasks. Positions continually determine practical solutions to problems by applying specific processes, techniques, and methods. Positions serve as a resource to others. Some assignments do not move beyond this level.
UTILITY PLANT OPER II2755D6E2XXThis class describes the supervisory level. Supervisory positions are responsible for a work unit including accountability for the use of equipment, space, and resources. Supervisors directly control the work of assigned staff and determine the work procedures for the unit.
EQUIPMENT MECHANIC I2756D7A1TXThis class describes the clearly defined level where positions follow established work procedures. Positions operate within standard guidelines and alternatives which are known and any deviation from such requires prior approval. Some assignments do not move beyond this level.
EQUIPMENT MECHANIC II2757D7A2XXThis class describes the full-operating mechanic. Although positions carry out defined work procedures and processes, positions operate independently to perform the full range of tasks. Judgment is required on an ongoing basis to select the most appropriate guidelines and adapt them to accomplish the tasks. Positions continually determine practical solutions to problems by applying specific processes, techniques, and methods. Positions serve as a resource to others. Some assignments do not move beyond this level.
EQUIPMENT MECHANIC III2758D7A3XXThis class describes the third level mechanic. At this level, positions are either supervisors or specialized mechanics. Supervisory positions are responsible for a work unit including accountability for the use of equipment, space, and resources. Supervisors directly control the work of assigned staff and determine the work procedures for the unit. The mechanic repairs, rebuilds, maintains, modifies, and installs special systems on a variety of types of heavy and/or comparable specialized equipment. Repairs at this level cover all vehicle systems, including installing electrical and electronic equipment or repairing hydraulic and pneumatic systems. The work also requires the design and fabrication of parts and tools and may include welding parts and structural members.
EQUIPMENT MECHANIC IV2759D7A4XXThis class describes the heavy or specialized equipment supervisor or the aircraft mechanic. Supervisory positions are responsible for a work unit involved in the mechanical repair of heavy equipment. This includes accountability for the use of equipment, space and resources. Supervisors directly control the work of assigned staff and determine work processes, including identifying and/or designing series of procedures needed to carry out a process. The aircraft mechanic is responsible for the maintenance and repair of aircraft, including final operational testing, troubleshooting of the entire mechanical, electrical, hydraulic, oxygen, pneumatic, fuel, surface control, and rigging systems along with all component parts installed in aircraft. Licensure is required for the aircraft mechanic.
EQUIPMENT OPERATOR I2760D7B1TXThis class describes the first full-operating level in the equipment operator series. It describes work operating two axle vans, automobiles, trucks, and equipment to pick up and deliver goods, materials, and or passengers. This work typically requires a basic driver’s license.
EQUIPMENT OPERATOR II2761D7B2XXThis class describes the second, full-operating level in the equipment operator series. It describes work operating buses, medium-sized trucks and equipment, typically with no more than two axles, to pick up and deliver goods, materials, or passengers. The work also includes monitoring the mechanical condition and cleanliness of the equipment, inspecting and maintaining fluid and air pressure levels, and keeping associated records and reports. This level typically requires special licensure or certification to operate the equipment.
EQUIPMENT OPERATOR III2762D7B3XXThis class describes the third, full-operating level in the equipment operator series. It describes work operating large buses, trucks, or other equipment, typically having at least three axles, to pick up and deliver goods and materials. Positions may monitor work schedules and train new employees. Special licensure or certification is usually required to operate the equipment. Some positions in this class may have lead work responsibility over equipment operators.
PRODUCTION I2763D7C1TXThis class describes the clearly defined level where positions operate high-speed reproduction equipment capable of producing exact copies or work in support of printing shop operations. At this level work does not involve tight or exact registration processes. Positions follow established work procedures and operate within standard guidelines and alternatives which are known and any deviation from such requires prior approval. Some assignments do not move beyond this level.
PRODUCTION  II2764D7C2XXThis class describes the full-operating production level. Although positions carry out defined work procedures and processes, positions operate independently to perform the full range of tasks. Judgment is required on an ongoing basis to select the most appropriate guidelines and adapt them to accomplish the tasks. Positions continually determine practical solutions to problems by applying specific processes, techniques, and methods. Positions serve as a resource to others. Some assignments do not move beyond this level.
PRODUCTION III2765D7C3XXThis class describes the initial specialized level or the work leader. Although positions follow established work processes, they have the authority to determine the procedures required to accomplish the work. Positions use judgment on an ongoing basis to select the most appropriate guidelines and adapt them to develop work procedures that accomplish the tasks. Specialized positions perform assignments that include operating offset or T-head presses or process cameras for one or two color work requiring tight or exact registration, operating high-speed computer networked equipment, or operating large or high speed computerized multiple-fold folders and collator, stitcher, finisher equipment. The work leader exercises some control over the continual work product.
PRODUCTION IV2766D7C4XXThis class describes the full-operating specialized level or the supervisor for high-speed reproduction and print shop support work. Positions at the specialized level exercise a higher level of complexity than lower levels in this series. These positions complete the full-range of assignments and problem solving related to tight and exact, three and four color registration work on a press or process camera. The supervisor is responsible for a work unit including accountability for the use of equipment, space, and resources. Supervisors directly control the work of assigned staff and determine the work procedures for the unit.
CUSTODIAN I2767D8B1TXThis class describes the fully operational level. Positions operate independently in performing the full range of custodial tasks and problem solving. The assignment is clearly defined so the position follows established work procedures. Positions operate within standard guidelines and alternatives that are known and any deviation from such requires prior approval. Many assignments do not move beyond this level.
CUSTODIAN II2768D8B2XXThis class describes the work leader. In addition to operating independently to perform the full range of custodial tasks, work leaders exercise some control over the continual work product of others.
CUSTODIAN III2769D8B3XXThis class describes the first-level supervisor. The supervisor is responsible for a work unit including accountability for the use of equipment, space, and resources. Supervisors in this class directly control the work of assigned staff and determine the work procedures for the unit. Although positions follow established work processes, they have the authority to determine the procedures required to accomplish the work. Positions use judgment on an ongoing basis to select the most appropriate technical guidelines and adapt them to develop work procedures that accomplish tasks.
CUSTODIAN IV2770D8B4XXThis class describes the second-level supervisor. Positions directly control the daily operation of multiple work units through subordinate unit supervisors.
DINING SERVICES I2771D8C1TXThis class describes the full-operating food handler. Positions operate independently in performing the full range of food service tasks and problem solving. The assignment is clearly defined so the position follows established work procedures. Positions operate within standard guidelines and alternatives that are known and any deviation from such requires prior approval. Many assignments do not move beyond this level.
DINING SERVICES II2772D8C2XXThis class describes the second level in Dining Services. At this level positions function as either a production assistant or a work leader over food handling positions. Although positions carry out defined work procedures and processes, judgment is required on an ongoing basis to select the most appropriate technical guidelines and adapt them to accomplish the tasks. Positions continually determine practical solutions to problems by applying specific processes, techniques, and methods. The work leader exercises some control over the continual work product. Some assignments will not move beyond this level.
DINING SERVICES III2773D8C3XXThis class describes the full-operating food production level or the supervisor over food handling positions. Although positions follow established work processes, they have the authority to determine the procedures required to accomplish the work. Positions use judgment on an ongoing basis to select the most appropriate technical guidelines and adapt them to develop work procedures that accomplish the tasks. The supervisor is responsible for a work unit including accountability for the use of equipment, space, and resources. Supervisors in this class directly control the work of assigned staff and determine the work procedures for the unit. Some assignments will not move beyond this level.
DINING SERVICES IV2774D8C4XXThis class describes the production work leader. Work leaders exercise some control over the continual work product of others.
DINING SERVICES V2775D8C5XXThis class describes the production supervisor. Supervisors exercise direct, formal control over assigned staff. Work includes accountability for actions and decisions impacting the pay, status, and tenure of others and for determining operations to accomplish the work.
GENERAL LABOR I2776D8D1TXThis class describes full-operating general labor work. Positions operate independently to perform the full range of tasks and determine solutions to the full range of problems. Judgment is used to select the most appropriate guidelines and adapt them to accomplish the tasks. Positions continually determine practical solutions to problems and applying specific processes, techniques, and methods. Positions serve as a resource to others. Some assignments do not move beyond this level.
GENERAL LABOR II2777D8D2XXThis class describes the work leader. In addition to the duties and responsibilities of the General Labor I, work leader positions are partially accountable for the work product of two or more full-time equivalent positions. Positions monitor work schedules, maintain equipment and supplies, train new employees, and maintain leave records.
GENERAL LABOR III2778D8D3XXThis class describes the supervisory level. Supervisory positions are accountable for actions and decisions that impact pay, status, and tenure of three or more full-time equivalent positions. Positions in this class may also perform the duties of the lower-level classes in the series.
GROUNDS & NURSERY I2779D8E1TXThis class describes the full-operating level. Positions operate independently to perform the full range of tasks and determine solutions to the full range of problems. Judgment is used to select the most appropriate guidelines and adapt them to accomplish the tasks. Positions continually determine practical solutions to problems and applying specific processes, techniques, and methods. Positions serve as a resource to others. Some assignments do not move beyond this level.
GROUNDS & NURSERY II2780D8E2XXThis class describes the work leader or specialized grounds work. Work leaders exercise some control over the continual work product of others. In addition to the duties and responsibilities of a Grounds I position, work leader positions are partially accountable for the work product of two or more full-time equivalent positions. Positions monitor work schedules, maintain grounds equipment and supplies, train new employees, and maintain leave records. Specialized grounds work includes a variety of specialized, skilled tasks beyond the full-operating level, which may require licensure, certification, or specialized training. Positions maintain all or a portion of a massive, sophisticated underground sprinkler system or backflow irrigation system. In conjunction with sprinkler or irrigations systems, positions read blueprints, design systems, diagnose malfunctions, install control mechanisms or supervise installation. Some positions identify diseases or infestations of trees and shrubs and mix compounds, sprays, or pesticides to control pests.
GROUNDS & NURSERY III2781D8E3XXThis class describes the supervisor. Supervisory positions are accountable for actions and decisions that impact pay, status, and tenure of three or more full-time equivalent positions. Positions in this class may also perform the duties of the Grounds I and Grounds II levels.
MATERIALS HANDLER I2782D8G1TXThis class describes the fully-operational stocking and distributing level. Positions in this level receive and unpack shipments; accept or refuse shipments after verifying the quality and quantity of contents against orders, bills of lading, and specifications and report any discrepancies; safely move, store, and rotate items; fill and deliver orders; physically count items periodically for perpetual or special inventories; initiate reorders from established reorder points by filling out forms, contacting the vendor, or reporting to a supervisor; pack, weigh, and label outgoing shipments; fill out paperwork or contact vendors to initiate reorders. The work often involves climbing, lifting, and operating power equipment to load, unload, move, stack, or tier items in the storage facility. This class typically describes standardized work but may also be used to train for a higher level in this series.
MATERIALS HANDLER II2783D8G2XXThis class describes positions that perform work within established storeroom or warehouse operations, as described by the Materials Handler I, however, the complexity of the assignment is increased. Work often involves the resolution of disputes or claims that deviate from established guidelines, forecasting future needs and setting stock levels for items in the inventory where there is an absence of historical usage data, or selecting the brand and source of unique scientific or technical items for special orders where multiple descriptions exist. Some positions in this class may function as work leaders or, in a few cases, as working supervisors.
MATERIALS HANDLER III2784D8G3XXThis class describes positions that establish and revise working standards and procedures for the daily operation of the storeroom or warehouse. In addition, these positions participate in the work described by the Materials Handler II class. Some positions may have work leader responsibility, including planning assignments and controlling the timeliness, soundness, and accuracy of the work of others.
MATERIALS SUPERVISOR2785D8G4XNThis class describes positions that supervise the overall warehousing operation for an agency, region, or state facility. Work includes overseeing the daily ordering, receipt, storage, physical inventory, and distribution of items by developing procedures and delivery routes and schedules. Positions determine what items are carried in the inventory, supervise staff, oversee an operating budget by authorizing expenditures and preparing budget estimates, prepare plans to obtain space and equipment, and set ordering and delivery priorities for the warehouse.
SECURITY I2786D8H1TXThis class describes the fully-operational level. Positions operate independently in performing the full range of security and parking services. Work requires determining solutions to the full range of practical problems. Judgment is used on an ongoing basis to select and apply the most appropriate guidelines and adapt them to develop work procedures that accomplish the tasks. Work includes ensuring that equipment is operational, enforcing agency rules and regulations, writing reports, collecting fees, and assisting law enforcement officials as needed. Some assignments will not move beyond this level.
SECURITY II2787D8H2XNThis class describes the work leader. Work leaders exercise some control over the continual work product of others.
SECURITY III2788D8H3XNThis class describes the supervisor. Supervisors exercise direct, formal control over assigned staff. Work includes accountability for actions and decisions impacting the pay, status, and tenure of others and for determining operations to accomplish the work.
ENGR/PHYS SCI ASST I2789D9B1XNThis class describes the entry level. Work is designed to train positions for a higher level in the class series. Although tasks are similar to those of the clearly defined level, assignments are structured and performed with direction and assistance from others. Positions carry out established work processes and operations by learning to apply and follow procedures, techniques, rules, and regulations. Once training has been completed, the position is to be moved to the next level. Positions should not remain in this class indefinitely.
ENGR/PHYS SCI ASST II2790D9B2XXThis class describes the clearly defined level. Positions in this level operate equipment and devices to record or measure readings or quantities and prepare records of such. The work may involve making prescribed calculations to determine follow-on actions based on set standards or requirements. Positions are expected to select from clearly defined alternatives and follow procedures outlined in manuals, guides, specifications, or instructions.
ENGR/PHYS SCI ASST III2791D9B3XXThis class describes the fully-operational level. Positions in this level perform work with decision making limited to how and what operations will be completed based on a range of alternatives.
INSPECTOR I2792D9C1XNThis class describes the fully-operational compliance inspector. The focus of inspections is on compliance with statutory rules and regulations as opposed to licensed or certified trades, such as, but not limited to, protection from substandard products, accuracy of measuring devices, installation and inspection of facilities and signage. Positions operate independently in performing the full range of compliance inspections. Work requires determining solutions to the full range of practical problems. Judgment is used on an ongoing basis to select and apply the most appropriate guidelines and adapt them to develop work procedures that accomplish the tasks. Positions may serve as a resource to others. Some assignments will not move beyond this level.
INSPECTOR II2793D9C2XXThis class describes the fully-operational single trade inspector or compliance inspector supervisor. In addition to statutory rules and regulations, trade inspectors apply standards and codes of a trade in inspecting installation of systems or construction of structures, including issuing certificates of occupancy. Also included are those positions that perform inspections of internal construction projects at state facilities that may involve multiple trades, including reviewing change orders and contractor’s requests for payment. Positions operate independently in performing the full range of trades inspections. Work requires determining solutions to the full range of practical problems. Judgment is used on an ongoing basis to select and apply the most appropriate guidelines and adapt them to develop work procedures that accomplish the tasks. Some positions serve as a resource to others. Some assignments will not move beyond this level. Supervisors exercise direct, formal control over assigned compliance inspection staff. Work includes accountability for actions and decisions impacting the pay, status, and tenure of others. Licensure or
certification in a single trade is required, such as uniform building code, state or national electrical code, uniform and international plumbing code, uniform and international mechanical code, national boiler and pressure vessel code, or HUD construction codes and standards.
INSPECTOR III2794D9C3XXThis class describes the fully-operational multiple-trades inspector or supervisor over single-trade inspectors. In addition to statutory rules and regulations, inspectors apply standards and codes of multiple trades in inspecting installations of systems or construction of structures, including issuing certificates of occupancy. Positions operate independently in performing the full range of multiple trades inspections. Work requires determining solutions to the full range of practical problems. Judgment is used on an ongoing basis to select and apply the most appropriate
guidelines and adapt them to develop work procedures that accomplish the tasks. Licensure or certification is required in multiple trades (examples in Inspector II). The purpose and results of multiple-trades inspections at this level is to inspect and regulate external entities, which is different from construction inspections of contractors working on projects at state facilities. Also included in this class are supervisors who exercise direct, formal control over assigned single trade inspection staff. Work includes accountability for actions and decisions impacting the pay, status, and tenure of others. Such supervisory positions may require licensure/certification in a single trade.
LTC OPERATIONS I2795D9D1TXThe concept of this class is the second-level supervisor of a multi-trade organization or program supervision of a major segment of an organization with a variety of occupations in LTC. This class describes work supervising, directing, and coordinating various trades positions performing construction and/or maintenance work in LTC operations. The work may involve consulting with agency staff, vendors, contractors, architects, and engineers involved with agency construction or maintenance projects. Some positions are responsible for planning and directing the daily operations of a major segment of the organization which includes; recommending the budget and staffing patterns, authorizing and monitoring the expenditure of funds and the use of resources; developing inventory control systems, training programs, and equipment repair guidelines;
purchasing equipment, parts, and tools; developing safety programs and processes to ensure compliance with department, state, and federal rules and regulations; planning the use, distribution, modification, and replacement of equipment and vehicles to meet needs; and supervising both shop and field maintenance personnel. It also may involve developing controlled or preventive maintenance and capital outlay projects, participating in contract preparation, providing technical cost estimates of time and material for a variety of projects, writing detailed equipment and material specifications, and functioning as liaison with outside entities.
LTC OPERATIONS II2796D9D2XXThis class describes the program supervisor. Program supervisors manage the daily operation of a major segment of the organization that is designated as critical and essential to the agency. Positions determine the annual business plans that integrate with the agency’s mission and goals, determine implementation policies and guidelines, develop budgets, establish staffing and directly control the work of others. Work involves directing the implementation of policies, rules, and regulations. Positions are involved in the preparation, presentation, and justification of budgets
and policy determinations, implementation, and administration on matters of long-range planning, preventive maintenance, equipment replacement, and determining priorities for construction, repair, and/or remodeling projects.
PROJECT PLANNER I2797D9E1TNThis class describes the fully-operating project planner. The work may also include new minor construction work as well as renovation projects. The work is performed under general supervision of a higher-level trades supervisor, manager, or project planner and is evaluated on the basis of results achieved, accuracy of estimates, and demonstration of good judgment in resolving planning and estimating problems. The work includes determining practical solutions to maintenance or repair problems and projects, and such positions serve as a resource to others. Some assignments do not move beyond this level.
PROJECT PLANNER II2798D9E2XXThis class describes the supervisory level. Supervisory positions are accountable for actions and decisions that impact the pay, status, and tenure of three or more full-time equivalent positions. Supervisors coordinate the work with the other supervisory trades positions and ensure that the work performed is done in accordance with appropriate plans, specifications, and/or agency standards. Positions in this class also perform the duties of the lower-level class in the series.
POLICE COMMUNICATION TECH2799G1A2TXThis class describes the fully-operational level. Positions receive and record emergency and routine complaints; clarify the situation and determine the need for, and level of, response; transmit information to officers; retrieve and update crime reports and background inquiries. Work also includes performing other office support tasks in support of the communication function, such as filing, data entry and typing, and checking-out keys and equipment.
POLICE COMMUNICATION SUPV2800G1A3XXThis class describes the unit supervisor responsible for the daily operation of the communication center. Positions in this class supervise at least three full-time equivalent positions, including decisions affecting pay, status, and tenure. Work includes monitoring the work load and flow, ensuring compliance with policy and regulations, establishing work schedules and production standards, creating operating procedures and writing manuals, designing courses and training staff, ordering supplies and maintaining equipment, and resolving complaints against staff.
SERVICE DISPATCHER2801G1B2TXThis class describes the fully-operational dispatcher operating radio equipment to relay transportation or maintenance services. In addition to collecting and relaying work orders for service as described above, positions in this class may also verify billing charges, schedule and track vehicles and drivers by generating trip tickets on the computer; keep logs of activities, time of departure and return, mileage and fuel used; and issue keys, permits, radios, and pagers.
CUST SUPPORT COORD I2802G2C2XNThis class describes the fully-operational customer support coordinator in a data processing environment. At this level, work involves establishing production schedules by confirming the customer's input/output requirements, determining the feasibility of requests and estimating run times,
checking and adjusting job control language parameters, and notifying customers of any problems with running their jobs. This class also includes "help desk" work where positions take requests for service changes; provide instructions to callers on the routines to use to locate and solve problems, including referral to other data processing staff; enforce security procedures for system access and data integrity by creating or deleting passwords, defining the level of access and training customers; and, train customers on how to access the system and use its hardware or software. Positions maintain manual or automated records of problems reported and changes requested. Positions in the class may order, stock,
and check out data processing supplies and maintain the data processing equipment inventory.
CUST SUPPORT COORD II2803G2C3XXThis class describes the second-level coordinator in a data processing environment. While the environment, system, and its operations and processes have not changed, the complexity of the job is different. At this level, the guidelines allow for greater flexibility in choosing from multiple options that could all be correct at any given point in order to adapt a practical approach or routine for a given situation. Positions in this class may set up job control language parameters and syntax, troubleshoot problems that do not follow established patterns so the cause is not obvious and established protocols do not work; adapt scheduling guidelines when the customer is unclear about needs and there is uncertainty on the availability of resources due to conflicts with the needs of other customers who have the same priority and time requirements. Also included in this class are work leader positions that are partially accountable for the work product of at least two full-time equivalent positions. Such positions assign and monitor work, report on unit activities, write internal instructions referenced by other staff, and train and schedule staff.
CUST SUPPORT COORD III2804G2C4XXThis class describes the supervisor of a customer support unit. In addition to the duties performed in other customer support coordinator classes, positions in this class are responsible for the direct supervision of at least three full-time equivalent positions, including decisions that affect the pay, status, and tenure of others. Work includes overseeing production scheduling and/or problem/change management activities by monitoring and reporting on work unit activities, projecting workload, establishing unit priorities and standards, and developing procedures on how unit functions will be performed. Some positions may function as an agency's security administrator which involves enforcing policies and processes on access, including writing procedures or instructions for staff and customers on how to create passwords and who has access to the unit's software.
DATA SPECIALIST2805G2D4XXThis class describes the specialist level in this series. While the system operations are defined, the work is in support of a special business function so a greater level of complexity and judgment are required. Knowledge of the business function being supported and the data processing system’s operations in terms of processing the transactions must be applied in order to ensure compliance with standards and rules and to ensure the correct transfer of data from one system to another. In addition to entry and verification of data, positions use judgment to ensure that the source document and transaction are proper and to correct any invalid documents or information. Positions troubleshoot and report problems with the processing of transactions to the system or program administrator; test system changes to ensure revisions work properly given business function rules; explain systems, rules, and procedures to others; and train system users.
DATA SUPERVISOR2806G2D5XXThis class describes the supervisor responsible for the daily operation of a data entry work unit. In addition to work described by previous data classes, positions in this class supervise at least three fulltime equivalent positions including decisions that directly affect the pay, status, and tenure of others. The unit supervisor trains and schedules assigned staff, plans work schedules and assigns work, establishes and modifies operating procedures, monitors production and quality standards, authorizes overtime, and maintains personnel files and leave records. Included in this class are positions which function as work leaders over data specialist positions.
ADMIN ASSISTANT I2807G3A2TXThis class describes the entry level. Work is designed to train positions for a higher level in the class series. Although tasks are similar to those of the fully-operational level, assignments are structured and performed with direction and assistance from others. Positions carry out established work processes and operations by learning to apply and follow procedures, techniques, rules, and regulations. Once training has been completed, the position is to be moved to the next level. Positions should not remain in this class indefinitely.
ADMIN ASSISTANT II2808G3A3XXThis class describes the third administrative assistant level. While the type of duties is similar to those performed by the Administrative Assistant I, the complexity of the job is different. The systems, operations, and processes are still established and defined but allow more flexibility and latitude in adapting practical approaches or routines for various situations. Not all circumstances are covered by established guidelines or they do not work so positions must improvise solutions and alternatives. Illustrations include, but are not limited to, positions that are authorized to make exceptions to eligibility requirements, quotas, and fees or charges; design work methods used by others; perform desk top publishing, including the design, layout, paste up, and editing of program documents; produce technical documents, such as scientific papers, use several software packages; release official information or documents that are legally confidential depending on the reason, requestor, and document requested;
schedule facilities, such as class or conference rooms, by determining the eligibility of the event and group; plan events by writing specific orders and compiling operating expense data, arranging the logistics and equipment, selecting menus and caterers, designing decorations, scheduling the site, locating selected presenters, setting reservation deadlines, and making transportation and lodging arrangements for participants; create and sign correspondence without prior instructions where the content varies based on the nature of issue being addressed; and, complete the forms to adjust or transfer funds as restrictions change or to cover shortages, and authorize expenditures for office supplies. Although this class is primarily a non-supervisory class, some positions may be a work leader or working supervisor who participates in the same work as others in the unit and operates under the same established procedures and set deadlines or schedules. The only difference is the performance of supervisory elements, such as training, assigning and reviewing work, and scheduling, which are described exclusively in the Line/Staff Authority factor.
ADMIN ASSISTANT III2809G3A4XXThis class describes the fourth administrative assistant level. Positions in this level have the authority to design and implement, without prior approval, the general office and administrative operations to accomplish the unit's work. Work includes, but is not limited to, deciding what operations will be performed and how processes will be implemented; creating and revising office procedures and writing office procedure manuals, designing forms; establishing general office record systems and resource libraries, including content of files and publications, coding and maintenance schemes, circulation and retrieval, production, access, and disposal; compiling and formatting the content for program materials,
such as annual reports and newsletters; accounting for the unit’s allotted funds by authorizing (signing) operating expenditures for such things as office supplies, calculating estimated office operating expenses for the annual budget request; and, designing the physical layout of the unit’s work area. Some positions in this class may function as work leaders who are partially accountable for the work product of at least two full-time equivalent positions.
OFFICE MANAGER I2810G3A5XNThis class describes the office manager. In addition to the type of duties described in the Administrative Assistant III, positions in this level are responsible for organizing and supervising all general support activities to ensure cost effective, efficient, and consistent operation of the work unit. Work includes monitoring work loads, flow, and the use of assigned resources; establishing office procedures, operations, and standards; and evaluating office production and quality. Positions are accountable for the work product of at least three full-time equivalent positions, including decisions that affect pay, status, and tenure.
OFFICE MANAGER II2811G3A6XXThis class describes the office manager who is a second-level supervisor. In addition to the duties and responsibilities described by the Office Manager I class, positions in this level are accountable for the work of others through the supervision of at least two subordinate unit supervisors, including decisions that affect pay, status, and tenure.
LIBRARY TECHNICIAN I2812G3C2TXThis class describes the fully-operational library technician. Positions in this level provide a variety of library support work including any combination of the following activities: completing and processing the forms to order books, subscriptions, or bindery services; checking-in and verifying the receipt of new materials; selecting, downloading, and verifying bibliographic records from national and local databases; updating existing computer records; preparing materials for circulation by stamping identification marks on materials and attaching labels, security tags, and card jackets; sorting and shelving materials according to call numbers; issuing library cards; checking materials out and in; generating overdue notices and fine statements; providing directional and general information to patrons and helping patrons locate material; responding to requests to borrow or lend materials from other libraries; assembling loose periodicals and serials for binding and verifying that bound volumes meet work order instructions; repairing damaged library materials; processing materials to be placed on reserve; and, keeping records of services provided or contacts with patrons.
LIBRARY TECHNICIAN II2813G3C3XXThis class describes the second level library technician. While the types of duties are similar to those performed by a Library Technician I, the complexity of the work is different. The systems, operations, and processes are still established and defined but allow more flexibility and latitude in adapting practical approaches for various situations. Not all circumstances are covered by established guidelines so positions must use judgment in devising solutions and alternatives. The work at this level includes determining priorities, solving problems affecting the accurate processing of materials or transactions, recommending procedure changes to remedy processing problems, determining work methods and priorities for others, and making exceptions to policies, procedures, and fees. This class also includes the work leader or working unit supervisor who participates in the same work as others in the unit and operates under the same established procedures and set deadlines or schedules. The only difference is the performance of supervisory elements, such as training, assigning and reviewing work, and scheduling.
LIBRARY TECHNICIAN III2814G3C4XNThis class describes the highest-level library technician. The work at this level requires the application of the elementary principles and practices of library science. Positions are either responsible for a branch library or work unit in a central library, or are responsible for a technical function as an assistant to a professional librarian. The work must include the authority to design and implement, without prior approval, the administrative operations to accomplish the work of the branch, unit, or function. The work includes deciding what operations will be performed and how they will be implemented; creating and revising procedures and writing, updating, and revising procedure manuals; planning, scheduling, and assigning work projects; developing work standards and monitoring work quality and flow; monitoring and authorizing the expenditure of unit operating funds; solving problems affecting the operations and standards of the unit; and authorizing exceptions to library policies and procedures. This class includes positions having work leader or supervisory responsibility for a staff of lower level library technicians.
MEDICAL RECORDS TECH I2815G3D1TXThis class describes the first level of the medical records technician. Work in this class includes assembling charts and census counts; reviewing records for completeness, conformance to legal requirements, and/or eligibility for a registry; notifying the originator of any deficiencies; classifying diagnoses and procedures according to the uniform coding system; computing numbers for reports; and, determining the validity of authorizations for release of medical information. Positions in this class also perform related support work, such as arranging travel for clinicians or clients, scheduling examinations, filling out billing paperwork, medical transcription, and data entry.
MEDICAL RECORDS TECH II2816G3D2XNThis class describes the second level of the medical records technician. In addition to the duties and responsibilities in the Medical Records Technician I class, positions in this class assist in maintaining the quality of an agency's medical records classification system and release of medical information. Work includes determining operating procedures, developing data collection forms, and monitoring the quality of the agency's treatment records.
MEDICAL RECORDS TECH III2817G3D3XNThis class describes the work leader or unit supervisor. In addition to the duties and responsibilities of a medical records technician, positions in this class oversee the work product of other positions.
MUSEUM GUIDE2818G3E1TXThis class describes the fully-operational museum guide. Work includes scheduling and conducting tours; explaining historical information and site interpretations and answering questions from visitors; preparing the site for tours by deactivating alarms and unlocking doors, raising shades, vacuuming carpets, and dusting display cases; answering telephones and directing visitors; and, collecting admissions fees and keeping records of the number of visitors. Positions assure facility security by observing visitors, activating alarms, locking doors, and reporting theft or vandalism to security. Some positions are responsible for recruiting, training, scheduling, and evaluating the work of volunteers.
SALES ASSISTANT I2819G3F1TXThis class describes the first level of sales assistant. Positions provide customer service and sales support by assisting customers with the selection, purchase, and return of merchandise. The work includes explaining and demonstrating product features to customers, suggesting merchandise to meet the needs of the customer, operating cash registers, collecting payment and making change, examining defective goods returned by customers to determine if refund or replacement should be made, stamping or tagging prices on merchandise, taking and filling customer orders, stocking shelves and rotating inventory, informing the sales manager when stock is low, arranging product displays, and maintaining a clean, orderly sales area. The work at this level often involves providing instruction, demonstration, and training to new or temporary sales and customer service positions.
SALES ASSISTANT II2820G3F2XXThis class describes the work leader. In addition to the duties described by the Sales Assistant I class, positions in this class are partially accountable for the work of two or more full-time equivalent positions. Work leaders relieve staff for breaks and fill in for leave, monitor work schedules and flow, assign work to staff, resolve problems and complaints referred by lower-level sales assistants, and insure that store policies and procedures developed at higher levels in the sales department or store are followed.
SALES ASSISTANT III2821G3F3XXThis class describes the supervising sales assistant. Positions at this level are accountable for the work of others through direct supervision of three or more full-time equivalent positions. Positions establish work schedules and determine staffing needs to assure adequate sales floor coverage during regular and high-volume periods.
IT TECHNICIAN I2822H2I1INThis class describes the entry level technician. Positions perform tasks that are structured and designed to provide training and experience. Tasks are performed under direct supervision and detailed instruction and guidance is received. Employees in this class learn to apply established techniques, procedures, practices, and methods directly related to the assignment. Positions do not remain at this level indefinitely.
IT TECHNICIAN II2823H2I2TNThis class describes the intermediate level. Positions operate independently in performing assignments that are limited to phases of a fully-operational professional assignment or which may be designed to provide continued training and experience. Work requires determining solutions to practical problems using specified professional standards and established criteria. Judgment is used to select and apply existing guidelines to solve problems and accomplish the assignment.
MEDIA SPECIALIST I2824H3I2TXThis class describes the full-operating level of technical media specialist work. Positions at this level apply established, standard guidelines, practices, techniques, methods, procedures, and instructions in performing defined technical audio-visual work. Positions at this level are
involved in the operation, distribution, equipment and/or inventory control of media equipment, and maintenance of a variety of audio-visual/media equipment.
MEDIA SPECIALIST II2825H3I3XXThis class describes work leader technical media specialist work. In addition to the work performed at the Media Specialist I level, positions at this level function as work leaders as described by the Line/Staff Authority factor. The Media Specialist II differs from the Media Specialist I on the Decision Making and Line/Staff Authority factors.
ARTS TECHNICIAN I2826H3U1INThis class describes the entry level technician. Positions perform tasks that are structured and designed to provide training and experience. Tasks are performed under direct supervision and detailed instruction and guidance is received. Employees in this class learn to apply established techniques, procedures, practices, and methods directly related to the assignment. Positions do not remain at this level indefinitely.
ARTS TECHNICIAN II2827H3U2TNThis class describes the fully-operational technician or entry level professional. Technicians operate independently in performing the full range of technical duties and problem-solving. Although positions carry out defined work procedures and processes, judgment is required on an ongoing basis to select the most appropriate technical guidelines and adapt them to accomplish tasks. Positions continually determine practical solutions to problems by applying specified processes, techniques, and methods. Entry level professional positions perform tasks that are structured and designed to provide training and experience. Tasks are performed under direct supervision and detailed instruction and guidance is received. Entry professionals learn to apply theories and principles of the professional media arts field. Non-supervisory technical assignments will not move beyond this level. Entry professional positions do not remain at this level indefinitely.
ARTS PROFESSIONAL  I2828H3U3XXThis class describes the intermediate level.  Positions operate independently in performing assignments
that are limited to phases of a fully-operational professional assignment or which may be designed to
provide continued training and experience.  Work requires determining solutions to practical problems
using specified professional standards and established criteria.  Judgment is used to select and apply
existing guidelines to solve problems and accomplish the assignment.
TECHNICIAN I2829H4M1INThis class describes the entry level. Positions perform tasks that are structured and designed to provide training and experience. Tasks are performed under direct supervision and detailed instruction and guidance is received. Employees in this class learn to apply established techniques, procedures, practices, and methods directly related to the assignment. Positions do not remain at this level indefinitely.
TECHNICIAN II2830H4M2TNThis class describes the second-level technician. The assignment is clearly defined so the position follows established work procedures. Positions operate within standard guidelines and alternatives which are known and any deviation from such requires prior approval. Some assignments will not move beyond this level.
TECHNICIAN III2831H4M3XNThis class describes the third-level technician. Although positions carry out defined work procedures and processes, judgment is required on an ongoing basis to select the most appropriate technical guidelines and adapt them to accomplish the tasks. Positions continually determine practical solutions to problems by applying specific processes, techniques, and methods. 
TECHNICIAN IV2832H4M4XNThis class describes the fourth-level technician. Although positions follow established work processes, they have the authority to determine the procedures required to accomplish the work. Positions use judgment on an ongoing basis to select the most appropriate technical guidelines and adapt them to develop work procedures that accomplish the tasks.
TECHNICIAN V2833H4M5XNThis class describes the fifth-level technician who is responsible for a work unit or area (e.g., park), including accountability for the use of equipment, space, and resources. Positions in this class directly control the work of assigned staff and determine work processes, including identifying and/or designing series of procedures needed to carry out a process.
PROGRAM ASSISTANT I2834H4R1XXThis class describes the first level of program assistant where positions perform technical support and/or office management duties as described under the Description of Occupational Work section above. Work involves making decisions within established technical work processes related to a program or professional subject area and interpreting program specific guidelines to resolve problems, answer questions, and/or advise others on specific program issues or matters.
PROGRAM ASSISTANT II2835H4R2XXThis class describes the second level of technical support and/or office manager duties. In addition to the work performed at the Program Assistant I level, positions at this level are expected to exercise a higher degree of decision making and independence by functioning with less direction. Positions have the authority to make decisions within the limits and objectives set by an administrator and the technical guidelines of a program or professional subject area without prior approval. This class identifies positions responsible for organizing and establishing work processes to deliver program services prescribed by management.
LEGAL ASSISTANT I2836H5E1XXThis class describes first-working level legal assistant work. Positions in this class are not expected to perform the full range of legal support work. Because of the structure of assignments, decision making and complexity are limited to carrying out established work processes and operations or phases of the fully-operational assignment by following and applying instructions, procedures, rules, and regulations. Tasks performed at this level may be the same as the fully-operational level but are performed with more direction and assistance and provide the experience and development necessary to function at the full-operating Legal Assistant II level. Positions in this level perform work identified above under the
Description of Occupational Work section. Also, as described above, some positions provide legal support services at a correctional facility.
LEGAL ASSISTANT II2837H5E2XXThis class describes fully-operational legal assistant work. Positions in this level are expected to exercise a higher degree of decision making and complexity than the lower Legal Assistant level by performing at the fully-operational level with less direction and assistance. Work involves performing the full range of legal assistant work identified above under the Description of Occupational Work section including assignments such as, performing research by gathering and analyzing legal data pertinent to individual cases or issues, and advising attorneys and management on the findings of research and recommending appropriate courses of action related to cases such as precedent case(s) upon which arguments and strategies may be based. The Legal Assistant II differs from the Legal Assistant I on the Decision Making and Complexity factors.
STATE TEACHER AIDE2838H7B1XXThis class describes the teacher aide. As described above, positions in this class assist a teacher by implementing lesson plans as directed, instructing students, monitoring and responding to a student's instructional and behavioral needs, and conferring with the teacher on special needs of the student. Positions in this class also perform office support tasks, such as maintaining and mailing student records, copying materials, maintaining the supply inventory and filling requests. Positions in this class may also monitor the classroom when the teacher is away for brief periods of time. Included in this class are positions receiving training and orientation where performance is expected to reach the fully operational level within the initial probationary period.
CHILD CARE AIDE2839H7C1TXThis class describes the aide in a childcare setting. Duties include, but are not limited to, implementing assigned individual or group activities with children in arts and crafts, music and dance, reading and storytelling, playground and recreation, field trips, and related activities; serving meals and snacks; maintaining the child care center's safety and sanitation standards; reporting signs of a child's illness or unusual behavior to a teacher or supervisor; assisting children with a variety of tasks as directed; and, suggesting alternatives to routine activities to the teacher or supervisor.
EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUC I2840H7C2XXThis class describes the early childhood educator. Duties include, but are not limited to, writing daily lesson plans for educational and recreational activities for assigned children or classes in accordance with center guidelines and developmentally appropriate techniques. Daily lesson
plans may include activities in arts and crafts, music and dance, reading and storytelling, recreation, field trips, and related child care activities appropriate to the children’s ages. Positions interact with supervisors and parents in dealing with the needs of ill children or children with behavioral problems. Positions may also conduct or oversee the serving of meals and snacks, maintaining safety and sanitation standards, and assisting children with a variety of tasks as requested by the child.
EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUC II2841H7C3XXThis class describes the work leader. In addition to the duties and responsibilities of an Early Childhood Educator I, positions in this class have work leader responsibilities for childcare aides or other child care educators. Positions at this level develop lesson plans and activities that are carried out by any member of the teaching team.
ACCOUNTING  TECHNICIAN I2842H8B1XXThis class describes the first-level accounting technician. Work is performed within established and known accounting systems, processes, and operations. Duties include, but are not limited to, computing charges, deductions, discounts, interest, and payments; paying vouchers; processing
accounts payable and accounts receivable; processing accounting forms and routing for approval; checking for proper documentation, accuracy of figures and codes, compliance with rules and regulations, and necessary signatures; batching data for input or inputting data into the automated
accounting systems; verifying data entered and making correcting entries; collecting and depositing payments and balancing receipts and deposits; maintaining logs and files; and, distributing warrants, statements, reports, etc.
ACCOUNTING  TECHNICIAN II2843H8B2XXThis class describes the second-level accounting technician. While the types of duties are similar to those performed by the Accounting Technician I, the job complexity is different. The systems, operations, and processes are still established and defined but allow more flexibility and latitude
in adapting practical approaches and routines for various situations. Not all circumstances are covered by established guidelines so positions must improvise solutions and alternatives. For example, positions design processing procedures used by others. This class also includes the work leader that involves the performance of such duties as assigning work and scheduling, as described in the Line/Staff Authority factor.
ACCOUNTING TECHNICIAN III2844H8B3XXThis class describes the third-level accounting technician. The type of duties are similar to those performed by the Accounting Technician II though the decision making level allows for flexibility in deciding how operations will be completed.
ACCOUNTING  TECHNICIAN IV2845H8B4XNThis class describes positions with supervisory duties and responsibilities.
PROFESSIONAL  ENGINEER I2846I2C4*AThis class describes the fully-operational, professional (licensed) engineer. Positions in this level apply the engineering sciences and mathematics to analysis or design of projects or programs with engineering components. The work typically includes duties as responsible charge engineer which may involve lower level engineering positions. This class is distinguished from the Engineer-In-Training II class in professional (licensed) responsibility for engineering as is reflected in the higher level of Complexity.
ENGR/PHYS SCI TECH I2847I5D1*BThis class describes the first-level technician. Positions in this level provide basic support to engineers or scientists by following standard, pre-established procedures, tests, or formulas. The work includes running standard tests, measurements, or quantitative analyses on samples;
operating equipment or instruments as instructed; recording and comparing results with established standards or specifications; collecting field data or samples; and recording information on tests, samples, or activities. Positions also maintain equipment and supplies and may initiate orders to replenish such. Although this is a non-supervisory class, some positions may give work direction or check the work of other positions.
ENGR/PHYS SCI TECH II2848I5D2*NThis class describes the second-level technician. In addition to work described by the Technician I class, positions in this level have responsibility for decisions on the operations needed to complete the work. Positions decide how and what work is accomplished in an engineering or physical sciences work area.
ENGR/PHYS SCI TECH III2849I5D3*NThis class describes the first-level supervisor or staff authority. In addition to work described in previous levels, positions in this level have responsibility for decisions that affect the pay, status, or tenure of others.
ELECTRONICS SPEC I2850I5E2TXThis class describes the first-working level. Positions in this level install, operate, troubleshoot, and repair telecommunications or electronic equipment. The work entails responding to work orders or requests for service, working with customers to identify problems or faults, and then
completing repairs or ordering necessary parts. Positions record actions taken to solve problems and may initiate billing for services. Positions operate necessary test equipment and maintain tools and supplies.
ELECTRONICS  SPEC II2851I5E3XXThis class describes the fully-operational level. In addition to work described by the lower levels, positions in this level decide when and how installation and repair actions will occur. The work includes a variety of telecommunications or electronic maintenance activities. Positions are expected to use judgment in selecting or creating solutions to unusual problems or faults. The work entails modifications to existing equipment or installation of new types of devices requiring practical innovations for power, heat, or cooling requirements.
ELECTRONICS  SPEC III2852I5E4XNThis class describes the work leader or staff authority level. In addition to work described by the previous class, positions in this level have work leader responsibilities over others. This may include assigning work, evaluating the quality of work performed, instructing and training on new equipment, or advising on equipment faults. This class also describes those positions functioning as agency authorities on a subject matter where managers and peers rely on the position for expert advice and consultation.
ELECTRONICS SPEC IV2853I5E5XXThis class describes the supervisory level. Positions in this level have responsibility for establishing installation, maintenance, or operating processes used by others. The work also includes responsibility for decisions which affect the pay, status, or tenure of others.
LABORATORY  COORD I2854I9A1TXThis class describes the first-level laboratory coordinator. Positions in this level oversee and monitor the activities of a laboratory. Duties include, but are not limited to, scheduling the use of and/or setting up of laboratory apparatus and equipment, materials and supplies, and space; training students or others to use laboratory equipment to conduct experiments; ordering supplies, maintaining inventories, and distributing supplies; ordering, maintaining, and repairing apparatus and equipment; developing laboratory record keeping systems and maintaining appropriate laboratory records; and producing necessary reports concerning laboratory activities.
LABORATORY  COORD II2855I9A2XXThis class describes the second-level laboratory coordinator. While duties and responsibilities are similar to those of a Teaching Laboratory Coordinator I, positions have greater decision making responsibility for selecting experimental methods and test procedures and may have work leader responsibilities.
LABORATORY COORD III2856I9A3XXThis class describes the highest-level laboratory coordinator. In addition to the duties and responsibilities of laboratory coordinators, positions at this level have greater responsibility for designing laboratory processes, writing laboratory manuals, and teaching courses.

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Student Asst IThis class describes unskilled or entry-level training positions.  These positions generally perform one identifiable set of duties so there is little variety.  There is no latitude for altering the sequence of processing steps, determining own methods, or exercising significant judgment.  Very specific instructions are clearly stated and readily available.  This class may be used as a training level for a higher class.  Some examples of work or positions may include:  filing, reception, sorting and routing mail, unskilled typing/word processing, unskilled lab helper (e.g. clean-up, preparation of solutions), custodian, food service worker, and library assistant/aide. 
Student Asst IIThis class describes routine and repetitive work where there is variation in duties requiring some judgment.  These positions require little, if any, previous or specific knowledge, skill or experience.  Employees often perform tasks which require the used of special equipment or tools (e.g. standard lab equipment, duplication equipment, grounds equipment, computer access or entry of data, or operation of audio-visual equipment).  Assignments may include latitude for altering the sequence of processing steps by choosing alternatives from a standard set of procedures.  Training positions receive the necessary preparation for entry to a higher class.   Some examples of work or positions may include:  switchboard operation, groundskeeper, building security guard, day care aide, library assistant, clerical/office/staff assistant, manual labor, audio-visual technician, parking attendant (issuance of citations), data entryoperator, grader, testing assistant, art model, childcare aide, duplicating and printing assistant, music assistant, lab helper with minimal responsibility, and receptionist (closely supervised).
Student Asst IIIThis class describes developmental and/or semi-skilled positions requiring the application of various knowledge and experience.  These employees usually perform more independently and require less supervision of detail.  Duties may involve greater variety.  Work generally requires 1-2 semesters or previous experience, course work or training.  This class may be used to provide further training for a higher class. Some examples of work or positions may include:  skilled typing, leadworker, police dispatcher, cook's assistant, lab assistant (e.g. assisting with or running routine tests, experiments, or analysis given specific procedures but requiring some judgment in the execution), public safety guard, vehicle driver, 2nd year clerical/office/support assistant, computer operator, day care group leader, security worker, technical assistant, peer advisor, cashier (entry), police dispatcher intern, clerk typist, word processor, secretary, student assistant, tutor/grader, administrative assistant, nursing assistant, laboratory researcher (some supervision), course evaluator, or skilled data entry worker.
Student Asst IVThis class describes supervisory and/or advanced level positions.  Supervisory employees supervise three or more subordinate student employees, including the authority to make hiring selections, schedule work and approve leave, and counsel employees on performance.  Duties at the advanced level are typically more complex.  Employees perform without direct supervision except for infrequent occasions involving the most complex situations.  Work is typically reviewed for end result.  Generally requires student to be 1-2 semesters short of degree and/or possess several years of experience. Some examples of work or positions may include:  food service student supervisor, lab assistant supervisor, clerical supervisor, day care group leader, custodial supervisor, computer programmer (requires original coding), advanced technical accounting, advanced lab assistant (runs own subjects, may supervise lab helpers), web page administrator, statistical analyst, program specialist, student services specialist, photographer, research technician, teaching assistant, accounting technician, hospital assistant (in clinics, records departments, etc.), or various other positions in which this employee supervises 3 or more subordinate employees.
Student Asst VThis class describes supervisory and/or advanced level positions.  Supervisory employees supervise three or more subordinate student employees, including the authority to make hiring selections, schedule work and approve leave, and counsel employees on performance.  Duties at the advanced level are typically more complex.  Employees perform without direct supervision except for infrequent occasions involving the most complex situations.  Work is typically reviewed for end result.  Generally requires student to be 1-2 semesters short of degree and/or possess several years of experience. Some examples of work or positions may include:  food service student supervisor, lab assistant supervisor, clerical supervisor, day care group leader, custodial supervisor, computer programmer (requires original coding), advanced technical accounting, advanced lab assistant (runs own subjects, may supervise lab helpers), web page administrator, statistical analyst, program specialist, student services specialist, photographer, statistical analyst, research technician, program specialist, teaching assistant, accounting technician, hospital assistant (in clinics, records departments, etc.), or various other positions in which this employee supervises 3 or more subordinate employees.
Student Asst VIThis class describes second level supervisory, graduate level positions and/or positions requiring highly advanced skills.  Supervisory employees supervise three or more subordinates with at least one as Student Assistant III.  Graduate level employees possess the appropriate bachelor's degree and/or apply the knowledge gained to the assignment. [This job class should not be confused with the student faculty 1500 series job classes]. Some examples of work or positions may include:  research assistant, graduate tutor/grader, graduate teaching assistant, entry level accountant, advanced lab work (requiring specialized knowledge), library technician, student advisor, or peer counselor.Some UCCS examples of work or positions may include: teaching assistant, entry level accountant, library technician, student services specialist, computer programmer (highly advanced), engineering specialist, grant writer, community worker, mental health worker,  electronic specialist, engineering specialist, entry level accountant, advanced lab work, student advisor, peer counselor, library technician, project coordinator, independent lab researcher, learning resource center coordinator, grant writer, editor (for professional publications and research presentations), outreach program coordinator, statistician, research presenter, graduate school assistant (epidemiology, medical physics, etc.), health care assistant (emergency room care associate, clinic assistant, etc.), engineering assistant, or various other positions in which employee supervises 3 or more subordinate employees including at least one Student Assistant III.