Hourly Classification/Pay Grid
Duties are routine and repetitive in nature as detailed by supervisor's instructions. Duties may include receptionist tasks, retail selling, filing, shelving books or stocking shelves, typing, scheduling, and handing out media equipment.
Duties require exercising judgement under general supervision, as well as applying skill or knowledge of bookkeeping, cash handling, inventory procedures, library rules, typing, data entry, equipment operation and minor maintenance/repair of media materials and assisting faculty (academic departments) in preparing for classes/labs.
Duties require independent judgement, including directing the work of subordinates and/or performing complex clerical duties. Tasks may involve interpretation of University policies or rules and/or administration of a project/program requiring specialized knowledge.
Teach semester-long courses. Create and coordinate assignments and tests. Grade or oversee grading of assignments and tests. Maintain student office hours. Mentor TA's as needed. Participate in specific programs as requested by Department Chair.
Teach semester-long courses. Grade or oversee grading of assignments and tests. Maintain student office hours. Create and coordinate assignments and tests.
Performs work that is original and creative in nature. Work is directly related to administrative, instructional/academic, or research programs. May require degree/equivalent experience. Focus on research, analysis, and evaluative tasks requiring independent judgement/technical knowledge.
Performs all work identified in Level I and possesses the same qualifications. Additionally directs the work of subordinates. May make significant decisions about policies, procedures, and work methods that directly affect the outcome or production of the work.
Duties involve unskilled labor tasks that are routine and repetitive in nature. Minimal training is required to carry out assignments. Work is performed under supervision.
Duties involve semi-skilled labor that may require specialized training or licenses. Incumbents work under general supervision. Tasks of a specialized nature and moderate complexity may require incumbent to draw on experience and use judgment.
Duties involve all of those in Levels I and II with responsibility for own work performed and for directing the work of subordinates (i.e. all lead or working supervisory positions).
Duties include skilled manual labor normally requiring a minimum of four years experience and/or training. Work performed under general supervision. Tasks require knowledge and experience in a variety of related areas: design, fabrication, installation, maintenance, or repair work.
Work is mainly original/creative & is related to instruction, academic, or research programs. This title is only for students and may require a degree or equivalent experience. Duties are research, analysis, or tasks of a specialized nature requiring technical knowledge or experience.
Duties are routine and repetitive and performed under supervision. Tasks may include working with animals, working with computers or other electronic equipment, washing glassware in a laboratory setting, greenhouse or lab work for a research project, etc.
Duties require independent actions, use of judgment and specific knowledge or experience in technical specialty (requiring two years experience in the specialty or comparable education). Incumbent works under general supervision. Tasks include assisting with research projects, operating computer systems, preparing materials for presentation of use in classes or laboratory sessions.
Duties involve all of those in Levels I and II with full responsibility for work performed and for directing the work of subordinates. Tasks have a high degree of complexity, including design and planning responsibilities.
Updated January 2018
Effective July 2009