Facilities Services Page 1 of 3 Template for Classified Staff Job Descriptions The job title you will use Division Name in your advertising & Working Job Title (FS Org Title) recruitment, on your org Location charts, and on business correspondence Contract/non-contract Classification title Job class number Job definition In a sentence or two, give a general description of the type of work to be done. Include skill level (apprentice, journey-level) if relevant. Include “Facilities Services name-of-division.” Duties and Responsibilities List, in order of decreasing amount of time, the specific tasks to be performed. Include physical tasks and statement of employee’s reporting relationships and other staff interaction. Include these statements as needed: 1. Follow all University and Facilities Services’ policies and procedures. 2. Attend all required meetings and trainings. 3. Perform related duties as required. Supervisory positions need to include a description of the type and magnitude of authority & responsibility for decision-making and the impact of decisions on the university, the division, the unit, or the public. Include quantifiers and dimensions indicating the magnitude of the position’s responsibilities (budgetary authority, impact of fiscal decisions, number of population served, long-term effects of decisions). Requirements These are qualifications an applicant must have in order to be considered for the position. Describe the level of training and/or education required. Cite class specification requirements and unit specifics. State the number of years’ experience needed using the skills in question. State any special certification or essential license(s). May include this statement: Equivalent education/experience will substitute for requirements except when there are necessary legal qualifications, such as a licensure/certification/registration. Facilities Services Page 2 of 3 Template for Classified Staff Job Descriptions Desired Describe any additional skills, work experience, knowledge of regulations, or certifications that would be helpful to the job but are not required. Describe preferred personal qualities that may be helpful to the job (demonstrated ability to take direction, team player, written skills). May include request for very specific experience useful for the job. Note: “Desired” qualifications may be “Required” depending on the position and the staffing profile of the unit at the time of the recruitment. If so, cite these qualifications in the Requirements section. The following are examples of frequently cited desired qualifications. o Demonstrated successful experience as a lead or supervisor. o Demonstrated ability to take direction, work well with others and as a member of a team. o Record of providing excellent customer service. o Demonstrated effective verbal and written communication skills. o Demonstrated successful experience in computer technology and computerized maintenance management system. o Demonstrated knowledge and practical experience with WISHA (Washington Industrial Safety and Health Act) and OSHA (Occupational Safety and Health Act) regulations. Conditions of Employment Always include: A satisfactory outcome from a criminal background verification will be required prior to hire. Select from the following, as appropriate to the position: o Valid driver’s license recognized by the State of Washington. o May be required to accept variable work shift. o Must be able to work in a nonsmoking environment. o Approved footwear must be provided at the employee’s expense and worn on the job. o Must be able to be fitted for and wear a respirator on the job. o Must be able to work outside under all weather conditions. o Ability to lift and move heavy material is required. o Work may require access to confined spaces and heights using approved safety procedures. o A tuberculosis (TB) test is required for work assignments in nonhuman primate areas and in the Medical Center. Facilities Services Page 3 of 3 Template for Classified Staff Job Descriptions Final check: 1. Review the Duties and Responsibilities section and make sure there is a clear link between the description of the position’s duties and the requirements identified for the position. 2. Be sure that all of the position’s essential functions are included in the job definition statement and the description of responsibilities. 3. Make sure that all conditions of employment are listed and that the link between these and job duties is clear.
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