Staff Job Review Facts

  • Unit leadership (Dean, Vice President, Chancellor) has full discretion and final authority in regards to the submission of job reviews within their units

  • Within one calendar year of hire (both external and internal), positions are not eligible for review

  • Positions are only eligible for review once within a twelve (12) month period of time from the date of the official outcome

  • Typically an employee should be performing new/higher level duties for a period of six months prior to submitting the official job review request

  • Salary increases due to reclassifications could be retroactive to the date on which unit HR received the completed Staff Job Review Packet from management

    • The final effective date of classification and salary change is at the discretion of the unit (i.e., unit HR and management can decide to make the changes retroactive to the date on which unit HR received the completed Staff Review Packet from management, or to the date in which the formal response was received from Classification, or future dated, or any other date deemed appropriate)

  • Managers are responsible for initiating a review with their unit HR, and are responsible for completion of all required components of the Staff Job Review Packet

    • It is at the discretion of the Manager as to whether or not the employee is directly involved in the completion of the Staff Job Review Packet

  • For a job review to be submitted to Classification, the Manager must provide a completed Staff Job Review Packet to unit HR, along with documentation from unit leadership, that a possible reclassification can be supported from both an organizational and budgetary perspective

  • Job reviews are NOT a process for rewarding employee performance or acknowledging length of service

  • Employees who meet the typical education and experience requirements of a higher level does NOT simply constitute a promotion to that higher level

    • The completion of an advanced degree in isolation of significant job changes does not warrant a job review

  • A job review is for the addition of higher level responsibilities, NOT increase of volume (i.e., more of the same work already being performed)