Chapter 3352-88 Classified Service
All positions in the classified service at Wright state university shall be classified in accordance with section 124.14 of the Revised Code, except those exempted by operation of law.
Replaces: 3352 -88-01
When the department of human resources determines that the positions which have been classified under any one title include a greater variety of duties and skills than could be tested by a single uniform examination, the department of human resources may establish parenthetical subtitles to indicate the specialized nature of positions within the general classification. Such parenthetical titles shall be descriptive of the duties performed and they shall not operate to alter the pay range assignment of any employee. No employee shall be required to submit to an additional examination because of the assignment of a parenthetical subtitle to a position, which he/she occupies.
Replaces: 3352 -88-02
(A) The department of human resources shall establish and may modify or repeal, by rule, a job classification plan for all positions, offices and employments. The department of human resources shall consider in establishing classifications and assigning pay range such factors as duties performed only on one shift, special skills in short supply in the labor market. Recruitment problems, separation rates, comparative salary rates, the amount of training required, and other conditions affecting employment.
(B) The department of human resources shall assign a classification title to each classification within the classification plan.
(D) The department of human resources, by rule, shall assign related classifications, which form a career progression, to a classification series.
(E) The department of human resources shall assign each classification in the classification plan a five-digit number, the first four digits of which shall denote the classification series to which the classification is assigned.
When a career progression includes more than ten classifications, the department of human resources shall, by rule identify the additional classifications belonging to a classification series. Such additional classifications shall be part of the classification series, notwithstanding the fact that the first four digits of the classification number of the additional classifications do not correspond with the first four digits of the classification number assigned to other classifications in the series.
(F) The department of human resources shall group jobs within a classification so that positions are similar enough in duties and responsibilities to be described by the same classification title, to have the same pay range assigned with equity and to have the same qualifications for selection applied.
(G) Following are the classes to which the department of human resources shall assign positions within the classified service according to the appendix to this rule.
Replaces: 3352 -88-03
(A) The university shall prepare specifications for each classification in the classified service according to division (A) of section 124.14 of the Revised Code. Such specifications shall include statements of the essential character of the work of the classification, essential knowledge, abilities, and skills, and the qualifications for persons who are to fill positions so classified. Qualifications shall be stated in terms of specific course work at recognized institutions, experience, training, or in such othe terms as meet the requirements of the classification. Specifications shall also include a listing of any parenthetical subtitles which are established for the classifications. A copy of each specification shall be filed in the office of the secretary of state. The qualifications listed in the specifications shall be followed in determining admittance to competitive or noncompetitive examinations. Where parenthetical subtitles have been established, such subtitles shall be included in the announcement of competitive examinations and shall be entered on the employee's civil service record.
(B) The university shall file new, additional, or revised specifications with the secretary of state before being used.
Replaces: 3352 -88-04
The department of human resources may reassign to a proper classification those positions that have been assigned to an improper classification if the compensation of an employee in such a reassigned position exceeds the maximum rate of pay for the employee's new classification, the employee shall be placed at the maximum of the new classification and shall not receive an increase in rate of pay until the maxiumum rate of pay for that classification exceeds the employee's compensation.
Replaces: 3352 -88-05