The 3-step review process is a sequence of steps that will build your understanding of your individual job classification assignment.
At the end of the three step review of your job classification, you should feel that the University job classification is a “best fit” for the work you do among the classification choices.
The match will not be exact; it is expected that some individual responsibilities may be better described in higher or lower classifications, but most should line up for the classification assignment to be a best fit overall.
1. Read the job function purpose statement for the function assigned to you.
- A website will display the full index of functions, families and job classifications: University Job Classifications
- A link will be provided from “My Classification” on the Employee Self Service site to the website display of your job classification, which includes the job function purpose statement.
- “Index” will take you to a listing of all the job functions.
2. Read the job family purpose statement for the family assigned to you.
- A link will be provided from “My Classification” on your Employee Self Service site to the website display of your job classification, which includes the job family purpose statement.
- “Previous” and “Next” buttons will take you to other job families and their classifications within the same function. The jobs within each family will be listed as a series.
- Unique classifications will be shown as a job family consisting of single classifications in the function.
3. Study the job classification as defined by its key areas of responsibility.
- A link will be provided from “My Classification” on your Employee Self Service site to the website display of your job classification, which includes the key areas of responsibility as they are defined for your classification.
- The other job classifications in your job family will be listed on the job webpage as a series. Clicking on the “plus sign” beside each job classification name will expand to show the key areas of responsibility, so as to see how jobs are distinguished within a family.
- Responsibilities within a job family are cumulative, meaning that they build upon the responsibilities of the first a series of jobs.