- A job reclassification represents a permanent and significant change in the duties, responsibilities and/or qualifications of the job.
- This change should constitute at least a 20% change to the incumbent's duties.
- A reclassification typically results in a grade change for the incumbent. In some cases, the changes in the position will not result in a grade change, rather an in-grade adjustment.
- Job reclassifications and in-grade adjustments are separate and distinct from the University's merit program. These types of adjustments are not performance based.
- The incumbent must be performing at an effective performance level.
Your Senior HR Manager will assist you in the preparation of materials necessary to assess the position for possible reclassification. These documents include:
- Position Description Form or Office Support Questionnaire that includes new duties/responsibilities.
- Old position description (if available).
- Write-up describing request and applicable information not contained in position description
- Current organization chart.
Documents will be reviewed by the Compensation Team and a recommendation will be made to the senior HR manager.