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Broadband Job Classifications

Broadbanding is an approach to job classification and compensation that takes into consideration content and scope of a job; employee knowledge, skills and abilities; the job market; and employee performance.

Broadbanding groups similar jobs together using a few, wide salary bands defined by the U.S. Department of Education. Within those bands, positions with similar skill requirements are grouped into job families. Job family titles are used on all payroll records, budget documents, personnel files and other official records. The hiring institutions may assign functional titles for other uses.
Broadbanding policies, band descriptions, functional title suggestions, pay policy and forms can be found in the NDUS Human Resource Policy Manual.

Placement of a position within a job band is based on the position description. The position description also is used to determine fair market value for each position. The market rate is used in making salary decisions. Other salary-setting considerations are job performance, level of responsibility, directly related experience and internal equity.

Job bands in the University System are managed by the NDUS Human Resource Council. If an employee or employee's supervisor is dissatisfied with a job band or job family assignment, the assignment may be appealed within 30 days from the date the band/job family assignment was mailed. Appeals are filed with the human resource offices of the hiring institutions.



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SUBJECT: 3000 BAND: Professional
Section: 3000.3115 Facilities/Security Professional

Facilities/Security Professional

JOB FAMILY: 3115
OVERTIME PAY ELIGIBILITY: Usually exempt (exempt status requires analysis documentation)
EFFECTIVE DATE: 07/01/99


Scope of Work:

Individuals assigned to positions in this job family perform administrative, management, or professional duties associated with physical plant management and security.

Examples of Duties:
  • Plan, develop, and monitor budgets
  • Participate in planning agency goals and objectives
  • Develop and implement policies related to physical plant management, safety and security
  • Conduct investigations, surveys, feasibility studies
  • Enforce safety and security policies and regulations
  • Manage maintenance of buildings, power facilities, and surrounding grounds
  • Plan, organize and coordinate activity associated with overall physical plant, police department, and occupational safety and environmental health program
  • Provide advisory services to management and administration
  • May supervise employees performing similar work

Minimum Qualifications to Enter Family:
Requires a Bachelor degree in construction management, economics, business administration, engineering or industrial technology, criminal justice, or natural sciences; or Associate degree in fields listed above and three years of related experience; and licensure, registration or certification as may be required by law.

Exception: The employing institution may substitute directly related work experience or education for minimum qualification requirements with written justification.

Note: The duties listed are not intended to be all-inclusive. Duties assigned to any individual employee are at the discretion of the appointing authority.
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