The first phase of the job evaluation process redesign has been launched

The process now utilizes job cards and applies to new positions, re-evaluation of positions, posting vacant existing positions and backfill/double head count of positions.

27 July 2021

The first phase of the Service Excellence Transformation (SET) program’s job evaluation process redesign project was launched on July 27 and will be available to faculties and departments to use the week of August 3. This phase introduces an online workflow and the use of job cards.

The process utilizes generic and specific job cards. Generic job cards contain standard information for a job, including the purpose of the job and role requirements and are used to create customized job cards. Specific job cards represent existing positions.

This phase of the redesign applies to the evaluation of new positions, re-evaluation of positions, posting vacant existing positions and backfill/double head count of positions. The new process will be outlined on the Job Design and Evaluation section of the HRHSE website.

If you have questions about starting the job evaluation process, contact your HR service partner. Your HR service partner will be able to walk you through the process, assist with finding an appropriate job card and help you customize a job card.

You can also use the I Have a Question form to ask questions or provide suggestions regarding the Job Evaluation process.

The redesign will help expedite the job evaluation process and ensure consistency, transparency and equity across positions. The change will also allow for continuous improvement as new job cards and information from addendums will be used to help improve and add to the existing library of generic job cards.

This is the first phase in moving the university to a more streamlined, transparent, agile, and consistent approach to job evaluation.