The University of Akron's classification and compensation program is applicable to all Contract Professional, Classified, and Unclassified Non-bargaining Unit staff members.
The program provides for salaries that will maximize the attraction and retention of qualified individuals. The goal is to compensate employees in a manner that is responsive to internal equity, competitiveness, and individual performance. More...
The University of Akron has established a position audit program to provide employees with an opportunity to request a review of the classification and grade for their current position.
Classification Specifications summarize the typical duties, responsibilities, and qualifications that apply to all positions within a particular job title (i.e. Secretary). It should be noted that not all the duties listed will be performed by all employees for multiple incumbent classifications. It is not intended to specifically identify every duty performed by an employee. Detail such as specific software packages (i.e., Wordperfect, Access) or specific types of equipment (Dell computer), are normally not a part of the Classification Specification. A Position Description on the other hand, which is required when filling a position, summarizes the duties and responsibilities performed by an individual employee (i.e. Secretary in the Department of XYZ) and would list details such as specific software, and equipment required. University Rule
Classification & Research Services is located in the Administrative Services Building at 185 East Mill St, Akron, Ohio.
The University of Akron
Akron, Ohio 44325-4733
Phone (330) 972-7904
Fax (330) 972-2119