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Appendix F Clerical Classification Transition and Implementation

On March 6, 2006, the clerical classification system was transformed from 33 classifications to 8 classifications with three distinct job families (Administrative, Accounting or Operations/Student Support). The classifications were slotted into the following 8 classifications:

Office Support Assistant (1811)

  • 1800 Clerical Supplemental
  • 1804 Office/Service worker
  • 1861 Survey Interviewer
  • 1821 Office Assistant
  • 1822 Senior Office Assistant
  • 1836 Word Processing Operator
  • 1841 Senior Data Entry Operator
  • 1875 Medical Records Clerk
  • 1805 Mail Processor

Principal Office and Administrative Specialist (1826)

  • 1890 Production Assistant, University Press
  • 1837 Word Processing Specialist
  • 1848 Medical Transcriptionist
  • 1823 Office Specialist
  • 1843 Data Entry Coordinator
  • 1842 Principal Data Entry Operator
  • 1832 Senior Administrative Specialist

Executive Office and Administrative Specialist (1885)

  • 1852 Personnel Assistant
  • 1851 Personnel Document Analyst
  • 1838 Senior Word Processing Specialist
  • 1834 Executive Administrative Specialist
  • 1824 Senior Office Specialist
  • 1844 Senior Data Entry Coordinator
  • 1853 Senior Personnel Document Analyst
  • 1833 Principal Administrative Specialist

Principal Accounts Specialist (1858)

  • 1808 Accounts Specialist
  • 1807 Senior Accounts Assistant

Executive Accounts Specialist (1888)

  • 1818 Inventory Services Specialist
  • 1809 Principal Accounts Specialist
  • 1812 Senior Collections Representative

Principal Operations/Student Services Specialist (1815)

  • 1862 Senior Survey Interviewer
  • 1802 Senior Cashier

Executive Operations/Student Services Specialist (1865)

  • 1863 Principal Survey Interviewer
  • 1896 Student Support Services Assistant
  • 1803 Principal Cashier

Program/Project Specialist (1897)

Seniority

University seniority was unaffected by this process. Classification seniority under the new system includes all classification seniority earned in any of the classifications grouped together into each new classification.