123:1-7-26 Classifications for the office of the treasurer of state.

The director may assign positions only within the office of the treasurer of state into the appropriate classification as set forth herein, with the rate of compensation fixed pursuant to section 124.152 of the Revised Code.

Pay Classification

Range Number Description

11 52413T Telecommunications Technician Coordinator

11 52642T Audio Visual Production Specialist

08 63121T Administrative Assistant 1

09 63510T Assistant Liaison Officer

13 63511T Liaison Officer 1

11 63842T Attorney 1

12 63843T Attorney 2

13 63844T Attorney 3

15 64161T Computer Consultant 1

16 64162T Computer Consultant 2

09 64432T Public Inquiries Assistant 2

08 64522T Purchasing Agent

11 64652T Training Officer

11 66411T Internal Auditor 1

12 66412T Internal Auditor 2

13 66413T Internal Auditor 3

Appendix 123:1-7-26

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STATE OF OHIO CLASSIFICATION

SPECIFICATION

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Classification Series: Computer Consultant Series No.: 6416T Major Agencies: Treasurer of State only Effect. Date: 8-06-95

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Series Purpose: The purpose of the computer consultant occupation is to provide technical advice to programming/systems staff or management staff regarding solutions to most difficult or complex data systems problems.

At the lower level, incumbents provide technical computer assistance to programming/systems staff regarding complex data systems problems.

At the higher level, incumbents provide technical computer advice to the administrator or deputy director regarding all facets of computer division/bureau operations.

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Class Title: Computer Consultant 1 Class Number: 64161T

Class Concept: The advanced level class works under general direction & requires thorough knowledge of computer science & systems analysis & design in order to provide technical assistance to programming/systems staff regarding solutions to most difficult or complex data systems problems.

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Class Title: Computer Consultant 2 Class Number: 64162T

Class Concept: The expert level class works under general direction & requires extensive knowledge of computer science & systems analysis & design in order to provide technical advice & guidance to computer services administrator or deputy director regarding any & all facets of computer division/bureau operations.

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Class Title: Computer Consultant 1 Class No.: 64161T Barg. Units: EX

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Job Duties In Order Of Importance: (These duties are illustrative only. Incumbents may perform some or all of these duties or other job-related duties as assigned.)

Provides technical computer assistance to programming/systems staff regarding solutions to most difficult or complex data systems problems (e.g., software programming, systems analysis design methodologies, software &/or hardware incompatibilities, communications & data bases) & analyzes, designs & codes most technologically complex portions of application software systems.

Organizes & maintains software library; evaluates & verifies operation of vendor software & hardware; reads state-of-art technology materials; evaluates data processing products & recommends purchase.

Assists users in resolving complex network problems; acts as liaison with state &/or national committees (e.g., National Bureau of Standards).

Major Worker Characteristics: Knowledge of computer science; computer hardware systems; computer systems analysis & design; high-level language computer programming; microcomputer systems & software development. Ability to deal with many variables & determine specific action; read & interpret extensive variety of technical computer material; communicate verbally or in writing on technical & non-technical matters; move hands/fingers easily to perform manual functions.

Minimum Class Qualifications For Employment: Completion of graduate core program in computer science; 18 mos. trg. or 18 mos. exp. in systems analysis & design; 12 mos. trg. or 12 mos. exp. in microcomputer systems & software development.

-Or completion of undergraduate core program in computer science; 30 mos. trg. or 30 mos. exp. in systems analysis & design; 12 mos. trg. or 12 mos. exp. in microcomputer systems & software development.

-Or equivalent of Minimum Class Qualifications For Employment noted above.

Training and Development Required To Remain In the Classification After Employment: Not applicable.

Unusual Working Conditions: Work involves operation of computer terminal for long periods of time. Class Title: Computer Consultant 2 Class No.: 64162T Barg. Units: EX

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Job Duties In Order Of Importance: (These duties are illustrative only. Incumbents may perform some or all of these duties or other job-related duties as assigned.)

Provides technical computer advice & guidance to computer services administrator or deputy director regarding any & all facets of computer division/bureau operations (e.g., acquisition, systems/programming, computer operations, telecommunications networking, fiscal), participates in management short & long-term planning & assists in agency-wide policy & program development.

Evaluates computer needs of agency & researches most difficult or complex data systems problems (e.g., overall computer system efficiency, resource planning, coordination efforts between agency computer operations); evaluates hardware & software products &/or evaluates procedures for acquisition & billing; keeps abreast of technological advances by reading technical trade journals & promotional materials; coordinates special projects & studies for administrator & writes reports of findings.

Supervises information systems management personnel (e.g., computer operators, systems programmers), holds staff meetings, assists unit personnel in resolution of technical problems, trains personnel & prioritizes jobs.

Represents agency in meetings with other governmental or agency officials; assists other agencies in resolving technical computer problems; represents agency in conferences & on committees.

Major Worker Characteristics: Knowledge of computer science; computer hardware systems; computer systems analysis & design; high-level language computer programming; microcomputer systems & software development; computer acquisition procedures & fiscal controls. Ability to deal with many variables & determine specific action; read & interpret extensive variety of technical computer material; communicate verbally or in writing on technical & non-technical matters; move hands/fingers easily to perform manual functions.

(*)Developed after employment.

Minimum Class Qualifications For Employment: Completion of graduate core program in computer science; 24 mos.trg. or 24 mos. exp. in systems analysis & design; 12 mos. trg. or 12 mos. exp. in computer hardware systems.

-Or completion of undergraduate core program in computer science; 36 mos. trg. or 36 mos. exp. in systems analysis & design; 12 mos. trg. or 12 mos. exp. in computer hardware systems.

-Or equivalent of Minimum Class Qualifications For Employment noted above.

Training and Development Required To Remain In the Classification After Employment: Not applicable.

Unusual Working Conditions: Not applicable.

R.C. 119.032 review dates: 02/06/2009 and 02/06/2014

Promulgated Under: 119.03

Statutory Authority: 124.09

Rule Amplifies: 124.14

Prior Effective Dates: 1/23/94, 8/6/95