Job code selection
You will need to identify the job code for a position when creating an employment requisition. In the classified compensation plan, a specification can have multiple job codes when that specification is used for positions in more than one bargaining unit, and/or for positions covered by civil service rules. The following FAQs can help you identify the correct job code for the monthly-paid classified positions.
Check the OPUS record of the current/previous incumbent, and select the same job code assigned to the position. Your employment specialist will confirm the job code selection during the recruitment process.
Select the job code for the job title you are seeking that is represented by SEIU 1199NW or WFSE. Some positions, like pharmacists, are not in a bargaining unit and so there is only one job code for you to chose from. Your employment specialist will confirm the job code selection during the recruitment process.
If you have a choice between a job code that is represented by SEIU Local 925 or a different representative group, the SEIU Local 925 job code is the right choice, however to be sure, you can contact your employment specialist.
Yes. Your Employment Specialist will confirm the job code selection during the recruitment process.
Select the classified non-union job code unless the job class is a skilled trades position represented by WFSE. In that case, select the WFSE – Skilled Trades job code.
No. WFSE covered positions at Harborview and the Libraries are represented by specific WFSE bargaining units that have their own job code assignments. If you are at Harborview, select a WFSE – HMC job code. If you are in the Libraries, select a WFSE – Libraries job code. If the job title is not represented by WFSE – HMC or WFSE – Libraries, do not select a WFSE – Campuswide job code. If you are unsure of the job code to select, contact your employment specialist for assistance.
The Department of Labor Relations is responsible for ensuring that positions are assigned to the proper bargaining unit.