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Classification and Pay

The Human Resources Enterprise Classification and Compensation section administers many programs related to employee pay and job classification. Some of the other responsibilities of the Human Resources Classification and Compensation section include: overtime policies, salary and benefit surveys, processing and post-auditing payroll documents, job evaluation, and rules.

The Job Classification System is designed to provide an orderly and equitable process to group job duties and responsibilities. Job classes provide the basis upon which recruitment and screening, pay grades, and other human resource management decisions are made.


Classification and Compensation Resources

Job Class Descriptions Job classification descriptions provide more detailed information on the job classifications in state government. Information includes examples of work duties, competencies (knowledge, abilities, and skills) required for successful performance, and minimum education and experience qualification requirements.
Classification Series Guidelines Classification series guidelines provide more detailed information on the different levels of job classifications within a series.
Class and Pay Plans Classification and pay plans which are suitable for printing are available at this link.
Interactive Class and Pay Plan The interactive class and pay plan shows rates of pay and the job class descriptions for any job class. Locate job classes by partial or complete job class title or code.
Selective List

The list of additional qualification requirements (known as selectives) is available in PDF format, and is organized two different ways:

  1. A categorical list sorts all selectives into categories based on type of required technical competency. The various categories are listed in the table of contents. Some selectives appear in more than one category.
  2. A numerical list arranges all selectives numerically by three-digit code.

Each selective has a definition explaining its requirements. Both the categorical and numerical lists are searchable for specific words by using the Edit > Find function in Adobe Reader.