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Class Specifications - I

This page shows Job Classifications that begin with the letter I. All of the job classifications are listed as PDF documents.

Income Maintenance Program Administrative Supervisor - 2463
Income Maintenance Program Advisor -2460
Income Maintenance Program Supervisor - 2462
Industrial Hygienist 1 - 1822
Industrial Hygienist 2 - 2668
Industrial Hygienist 3 - 1438
Information Director - 1316
Information Management Services Division Director - 2453
Information Officer 1 - 1314
Information Officer 2 - 0647
Information Officer 3 - 0577
Information Officer 4 - 1315
Information Program Supervisor - 2110
Information Systems Applications Manager - 2144
Information Systems Director - 2552
Information Systems Manager - 1000
Information Systems Software Services Supervisor - 2137
Information Technology Specialist 1 - 3583
Information Technology Specialist 2 - 3584
Information Technology Specialist 3 - 3585
Information Technology Specialist 4 - 3586
Information Technology Specialist 5 - 3587
Inserting Machine Operator - 1555
Inserting Machine Operator Lead - 1556
Institution Educational Supervisor - 0932
Institution Maintenance Lead Worker - 2216
Instructional Communications Specialist - 2111
Instructional Communications Technician - 1011
International Trade Representative - 0814
Interpretive Naturalist 2 - 1621
Interpretive Naturalist 3 - 3304
Interpretive Naturalist Supervisor 2 - 1634
Inventory Control Supervisor 1 - 0928
Inventory Control Supervisor 2 - 0930
Investigation Specialist - 3176
Investigation Supervisor - 2572
Investigator - 1800
Investigator - Corrections Intelligence - 3796
Investigator Senior - 1801
Investment Analyst 2 - 8805
Investment Analyst 3 - 8804
IRRRB Facilities Maintenance Leadworker - 3355
IRRRB Facilities Resource Worker - 3120

Job Class Specifications

Each job class specification acts as a general description of the kind of work performed by employees in that classification. A job classification is a group of one or more positions with similar duties and responsibilities that the same descriptive title (i.e., classification) may be used. These classifications help clarify positions within the class so that the same schedules of pay can be applied with equity to all positions in the class that fall under the same, or substantially the same employment conditions.

There are nearly 1,200 class specifications available for review on the HR Toolbox.

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