Job Classification System
- Job Family Structures
- Job Family Definition Guide
- Job Classification Search (job descriptions of specific classifications)
The University has organized its employee roles into broad job families with clearly defined career paths and transparent pay structures. The job families represent similar types of roles and duties across the University. The purpose of these families is to:
- Align our job classifications with external market trends and ensure that our classifications match the work being done.
- Create a more efficient way for OHR and unit HR staff, managers, and supervisors to administer job classification and compensation.
- Provide a foundation for strategic workforce planning and development to meet the University's needs and priorities.
To see the job family structure for a particular position, visit one of these links:
- Academic (pdf)
- Administration (pdf)
- Advancement (pdf)
- Animal Health (pdf)
- Athletics (pdf)
- Audit (pdf)
- Business Development (pdf)
- Campus Operations (pdf)
- Development (pdf)
- Education (pdf)
- Finance (pdf)
- Grants and Contracts (pdf)
- Health Care (pdf)
- Human Resources (pdf)
- Information Technology
- Legal (pdf)
- Libraries and Museums (pdf)
- Marketing and Communications (pdf)
- Recreation (pdf)
- Research (pdf)
- Student Services (pdf)
- FY 2021 Grades by Job Family (xlsx)
For complete descriptions of each job family, see the Job Family Definition Guide (pdf).
To find a description of a specific job classification within a job family, visit the Job Classification Search page.
- Reclassification Process and Policies
- Realignment of AFSCME Clerical Classifications
- Job Classification Search