Job Title Table Key
The following key is provided as a reference to help you understand terminology used in the Job Title Table.
|A job title is a brief description of a position held by an employee.
|A job code is a numeric number assigned to a job title and also indicates the type of employee classification it represents.
|Job Description and Minimum Qualifications (if applicable)
There are five employee classification types:
|A salary grade represents the minimum and maximum salaries that may be paid to an employee serving in the position. The spread between the minimum and maximum salaries is referred to as the range.
|Minimum salary allowed for the position.
|Maximum salary allowed for the position.
|Job families are a group of job titles grouped together because of the similar functions they perform. Only positions that have been reviewed as part of the Classification and Market Study initiative are assigned to a job family.
|Indicates whether the position is exempt (salaried) or non-exempt (hourly) under the provisions of the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA). Visit the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) Policy for more information.
|EEO - Job Group (English (US))
|EEO job groups are defined by the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) and are required for compliance reporting purposes. EEO job codes group together positions with similar skills sets.
|Position Description Example
|Examples of good position descriptions for the job title that are available for reference.