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© 2008 California State University, Fullerton Human Resource Services Compensation & Classification Presented by: Maria Gonzalez-Plimpton & Silvia Gonzalez
© 2008 California State University, Fullerton Purpose To learn or review the requirements and/or processes for a reclassification, reassignment, in-range progression, salary stipend, and time base change. To provide tips on writing a position description.
© 2008 California State University, Fullerton Objectives Provide the requirements and/or processes for: –Reclassification The purpose of a position Writing the position description –Reassignment Lateral Promotion –In-Range Progression –Salary Stipend –Timebase Change
© 2008 California State University, Fullerton Reclassification Prepare the Classification Review Form Purpose & Update of a Position Description –Scope of Authority –Job Functions (examples) –Skills, Knowledge, and Abilities –Physical Characteristics –Essential Job Functions –Marginal or Non-Essential Job Functions Organizational chart Percentage of Increase
© 2008 California State University, Fullerton Purpose of Position Briefly describe the purpose of the department and position. Example: The “X” Department is a major academic unit within the College of “Y”. The Department provides a BS degree in ”Z”, and currently has an enrollment of 200 students. The Department is comprised of a Department Chair, 25 full-time faculty, 10 part-time faculty, with clerical/administrative support being provided by two staff support positions. The purpose of this position is to provide typing and general clerical support to the faculty and serve as the office receptionist.
© 2008 California State University, Fullerton Scope of Authority Examples: The incumbent has authority to approve supplies and services expenditures up to $500. The incumbent interprets school and university policies in providing information to faculty, students and staff. The incumbent must have working knowledge of campus policies and procedures. The incumbent is responsible for monitoring and reconciling departmental accounts totaling $1.2 million dollars. Monies are derived from contracts, grants, and state funds. The incumbent does not have signature authority for any of the funds.
© 2008 California State University, Fullerton Job Functions 1. Essential Job Functions are critical and fundamental responsibilities of the position. The incumbent must be able to perform these functions with or without reasonable accommodation. 2. Other Job Functions are those duties that are performed either very infrequently or could be performed by others without altering the underlying reason the job exists.
© 2008 California State University, Fullerton Essential Job Functions Factors to consider in determining essential job functions include: Does the position exist to perform this function? Are there a number of other employees available to perform the function? Is degree of expertise or skill required to perform this function highly specialized? How much time is spent performing the function? What are the consequences of not requiring the incumbent to perform the function?
© 2008 California State University, Fullerton Marginal or Non-Essential Job Functions Whether or not a particular duty is considered marginal will depend on: 1.The importance of the duty to your department’s operation; 2.Its frequency; 3.If there's sufficient staff to reassign the marginal duty to other employees; 4.If the marginal duty can be redesigned or performed in another way.
© 2008 California State University, Fullerton Examples of Job Functions Receptionist Position Essential job functions might include: Answering the telephone and assisting callers. Recording messages for department personnel. Greeting clients and customers. Marginal job functions might include Escorting clients to staff offices. For this receptionist position, the applicant would need to be able to perform the duties of this position with or without reasonable accommodation. The marginal or non-essential job functions are those that could be redesigned or reassigned to other employees, if necessary.
© 2008 California State University, Fullerton Skills, Knowledge, and Abilities Examples for an ASA II: Ability to work professionally and courteously at all times with staff, faculty, students, and the general public. Ability to handle heavy phone and walk-in traffic, and meet deadlines in a pleasant, professional and efficient manner. Demonstrated competence in understanding, interpreting, and communicating procedures, policies, information, ideas, and instructions.
© 2008 California State University, Fullerton Skills, Knowledge, and Abilities Examples for an ASA II: Proficiency with office software applications including word processing, spreadsheets, databases, calendaring and email systems. Knowledge and ability to maintain records and files, including confidential files. Ability to appropriately handle confidential information and to exercise tact, sound judgment, diplomacy and discretion.
© 2008 California State University, Fullerton Physical Characteristics PHYSICAL CHARACTERISTICS Working in an area with constant traffic, noise from phones and conversations, and radio communications. Working with a computer keyboard to enter and retrieve information. Able to bend and reach to file and retrieve files and keys.
© 2008 California State University, Fullerton Reassignment Prepare Reassignment form in eForms Update or develop position description in eForms Proposed effective date Types of Reassignments –Lateral or Higher Classification (Promotions) –Temporary or Permanent
© 2008 California State University, Fullerton In-Range Progression Initiate the In-Range Progression form in eForms Update the position description (if necessary) in eForms Attach the organizational chart (if appropriate) Effective date
© 2008 California State University, Fullerton In-Range Progression (Continuation) Justification –New lead work or new project coordination (attach updated PD) –Assigned application of enhanced skills (attach updated PD) –Salary Equity –Retention (requires support documentation) –Increased responsibilities and skills; apply only to Units 4 & 8 (attach updated PD) –Extraordinary performance
© 2008 California State University, Fullerton Salary Stipend Initiate the Salary Stipend form in eForms Effective date Percentage of increase Justification –Temporary project coordination –Lead work functions –Additional work or special projects –Maintain contact with campus outside normal working hours
© 2008 California State University, Fullerton Timebase Change Initiate the Timebase form in eForms Current Status Duration If “on-going” change, must conduct a search unless the employee has gained permanency in current classification. Type of Change Increase Decrease Reason for Request
© 2008 California State University, Fullerton Conclusion Q & A Survey / Feedback http://hr.fullerton.edu/Forms/HRForms. aspx http://hr.fullerton.edu/Classification/De fault.aspx
© 2008 California State University, Fullerton Human Resources Contacts Maria Gonzalez-Plimpton, X2951 Cathy Wilson, X2940 Leanne Morinaka, X2947 Silvia Gonzalez, X2186 Melvin Alegado, X5346
© 2008 California State University, Fullerton Human Resource Services Compensation & Classification Presented by: Maria Plimpton & Silvia Gonzalez.
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