A Job Profile is a written statement of the duties, responsibilities, required qualifications, and reporting relationships of a particular position. It also includes information about working conditions, tools, equipment used, knowledge and skills needed, and relationships with other positions in the organization or department.
Miscellaneous Pay and Non-Base Compensation forms can be used to pay staff and faculty for duties they perform beyond the regular responsibilities of their job. Overloads are paid to full-time faculty members for teaching courses beyond their regular course load. These forms are available in the Internal web section.
Together with the implementation of the new Performance Assessment and Management Policy that went into effect on July 1, 2005 come new forms and procedures. Employee evaluations for 2006 will require employees and supervisors to utilize these new forms. They can be found on our Performance Assesment and Management page.
Equity and market adjustments can be used for several purposes: (1) to address competitive labor market forces that affect the relative market position of St. Thomas job classifications that cause unique pay inequities within the university’s salary system, (2) when an employee’s job is reclassified due to a substantial change in job responsibilities, and/or (3) to address internal pay inequities caused primarily by hiring decisions. Not supported by these procedures are requests to correct inequities resulting from the department's distribution of merit pay increases. Equity and market adjustments are addressed within the constraints of the departmental budget.