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					                                                                    NSPE Synergy
                                                                           2011 Survey

   INSTRUCTIONS: Please complete Part 1 and Part 2 of the 2011 NSPE Synergy Practices and Compensation Survey. Ple
    with information that needs to be completed; in addition, one tab includes descriptions of each job included in the survey,
    simply a summary of your responses formatted to expedite analysis; do not try to change responses on the answer summ
   be summarized and distributed to Synergy attendees that participate by completing and returning this questionnaire. Answ
        current on December 1, 2010. Please return your responses no later than March 25, 2011 to Marcia Prichard at

                                                               General Information
 1 Company Name:

 2 HR Participant (Name and Title):
                                                                    Name                                               Title

 3 Total Company Employment:

 4 Number of Offices/Locations:

 5 Primary Line(s) of Business:                         Architecture                             M/E/P
   Indicate all that apply.                             Chemical                                 Sciences
                                                        Civil                                    Structural
                                                        Energy                                   Transportation

 6 Number of HR Staff (excluding payroll and training staff):                                        (#)

              Number of Training Staff:                                                              (#)

              Number of Recruiting Staff:                                                            (#)

 7 Number of HR Staff per 100 employees:                                                             (#)

 8 Does HR oversee Payroll?                                                                       (Y or N)

 9 Do you outsource all or part of Payroll?                                                       (Y or N)



                                                            Recruiting and Retention
10 Does your company employ dedicated staff for recruiting?                                       (Y or N)

11 Do you have an employee referral bonus program?                                                (Y or N)

              If “Yes,” what is the range of bonuses?                                              ($) Lo

12 Do you pay hiring bonuses to candidates?                                                       (Y or N)

              If “Yes,” what is the range of bonuses?                                              ($) Lo
13 Do you recruit internationally for candidates to work in the USA?                       (Y or N)

14 Do you support H1B Visas?                                                               (Y or N)

15 What recruitment website has been most successful for you?                             Monster.com
                                                                                          Careerbuilder.com
                                                                                          ASCE Website
                                                                                          NSPE Website
                                                                                          Other

16 Does your firm require drug testing of all employees?                                   (Y or N)

17 Voluntary Turnover rate for 2010.                                                            (%)

18 Involuntary Turnover rate for 2010.                                                          (%)

19 Total Turnover rate for 2010.                                                                (%)

20 Total Turnover rate for 2009.                                                                (%)

21 Does your company pay severance to separating employees?                                (Y or N)

              If “Yes,” what is the range of severance payments?                               # Wks

22 Do you conduct exit interviews?                                                         (Y or N)

23 Does your company have a telecommuting policy?                                          (Y or N)

24 Does your company allow job sharing?                                                    (Y or N)



   Compensation and Benefits

25 As a percent of payroll, how much is budgeted for overall salary increases for this year?




26 Do you pay any of your professional staff overtime?

              If “Yes,” what professional level(s) are paid overtime?




              If “Yes”, what is your overtime policy/ pay rate for professionals?
27 Do you have an incentive compensation program?

28 What level(s) of staff are eligible for the incentive compensation program(s)?




29 What is the average incentive given?                         Below Salaries of $100K:
                                                                Above Salaries of $100K:

30 Does your firm employ a Cost of Living differentiated Salary Structure?

              If yes, how many tiers?

              If yes, what is the % difference between tiers?

              If yes, does your relocation policy address adjusting salary (increases and
              decreases) when an employee relocates?



31 Does you company give an increase or bonus for first professional license?




              If yes, is it lump sum or % of salary?



       Open Comment: Please use the area below to make general comments pertaining to the
32                           compensation portion of this survey.



   What is the company contribution toward medical coverage (expressed as a
33 percentage of total premium costs) for:
                                                                              Employee
                                                                     Employee & Spouse
                                                                      Employee & Family


   What is the premium per month paid by the company for medical coverage
34 (expressed in dollars) for:
                                                                              Employee
                                                                     Employee & Spouse
                                                                      Employee & Family
   What is the premium per month paid by the employee for medical coverage
35 (expressed in dollars) for:
                                                                             Employee
                                                                    Employee & Spouse
                                                                     Employee & Family

36 What other types of insurance does the company contribute to?
                                                                               Dental
                                                                               Vision
                                                                                 STD
                                                                                 LTD
                                                                                  Life
                                                                      Dependent Life
                                                                    Cancer Insurance
                                                           Long-Term Care Insurance
                                                                   Hospital Indemnity
                                                                     Legal Insurance
                                                                         FSA Medical
                                                                     FSA Dependent
                                          Employee Assistance Program (Mental Health)
                                                                                Other

37 Do your medical plans provide for domestic partners?

38 Does your company pay for medical for retirees not yet eligible for Medicare?

39 Does your company pay for life insurance for retirees?

40 Does your company have a wellness program?

41 Please indicate which of the following incentive plans your firm employs:




42 When is a new employee eligible to participate in your 401(k) plan?




43 What is the vesting schedule for your 401(k) plan?




44 What is the maximum company match for your 401(k) plan (in % of salary)?
45 Do you have automatic enrollment in 401(k)?

46 What is your current participation rate for your 401(k) (% of eligible)?

47 Does your firm pay PE/RA renewal-licensing fees for your employees?

              If yes, do you pay for all states registered?

              Is there a limit to the number of state renewal fees your firm will pay?

48 What of the following forms of flextime does your company employ?




49 Do you allow your employees to take paid leave to care for a sick family member?

   How many hours of the following are provided to full-time, eligible staff per year for
50 personal use?
                                                                                  Yrs of
                                                                 Leave Type       Employ    Hours
                                                               PTO              1yr
                                                                                5yrs
                                                                                10yrs
                                                                                15yrs
                                                                                20yrs

                                                                 Vacation       1yr
                                                                                5yrs
                                                                                10yrs
                                                                                15yrs
                                                                                20yrs

                                                                 Sick Leave     1yr
                                                                                5yrs
                                                                                10yrs
                                                                                15yrs
                                                                                20yrs

51 Do you allow carryover of PTO, vacation, or sick leave?

              If “Yes”, at what point is the carryover capped?
52 Do you allow exceptions to your normal personal paid time off accrual rates?


              If “Yes”, under what circumstances to you provide exceptions to your
              normal accrual rates?
                                                                 New Hire Negotiations
                                                            Sr Mgmt Special Provisions

53 How many paid holidays are provided per year?                            Regular
                                                                            Floaters
                                                                            Total        0

        Open Comment: Please use the area below to make general comments pertaining to the
54                                benefits portion of this survey.




     Training and Development
55 How much does your firm spend on training? (percent of total payroll)

   How does training split between internal and external sources in approximate
56 percentages?
                                                                            Internal
                                                                            External

57 Does your company provide education/tuition assistance?

              If yes, what is the company-paid portion?

        Open Comment: Please use the area below to make general comments pertaining to the
58                                training portion of this survey.
nd Compensation Survey. Please note there are two tabs
ch job included in the survey, and the remaining tabs are
sponses on the answer summaries. The information will
ning this questionnaire. Answer each question using data
 2011 to Marcia Prichard at MPrichard@nspe.org.




                      Title




                                       Water Resources
                                       Water/Wastewater
                                       Other
Transportation




                              ($) Hi




                              ($) Hi
Monster.com
Careerbuilder.com
ASCE Website
NSPE Website

                             Name of Site




                        # Wks




                                   (%) Exempt
                                   (%) Non-Exempt
                                   (%) All

                                     (Y or N)

          Junior Professional
          Senior Professional
          Managers
          Administration Staff
          All Staff

          Straight Time OT
Time-and-a-half
Other

 (Y or N)

Junior Professional
Senior Professional
Managers
Administration Staff
All Staff

    ($)
    ($)

 (Y or N)

    (#)

   (%)



 (Y or N)



Bonus
Increase
Both
None

Lump Sum
% of Salary




   (%)
   (%)
   (%)




    ($)
    ($)
    ($)
   ($)
   ($)
   ($)



 (Y or N)
 (Y or N)
 (Y or N)
 (Y or N)
 (Y or N)
 (Y or N)
 (Y or N)
 (Y or N)
 (Y or N)
 (Y or N)
 (Y or N)
 (Y or N)
 (Y or N)
 (Y or N)

 (Y or N)

 (Y or N)

 (Y or N)

 (Y or N)



Profit Sharing
ESOP/Stock Purchase
Pension

Upon hire
After 3 months
After 1 year

Immediate Vesting
3 years
4 years
5 years

   (%)
 (Y or N)

   (%)

 (Y or N)

 (Y or N)

 (Y or N)

No Flex Time
Compressed Work Week
Four-Forty
Nine-Eighty



 (Y or N)




 (Y or N)

No Cap
3 times annual accrual
2 times annual accrual
1.5 times annual accrual
 (Y or N)




Hours
Hours




   (%)




   (%)
   (%)

 (Y or N)

  % or      Max $ Amount
JID Title                                      FLSA Description
 J1 ACCOUNTING AND FINANCE
                                                    Provide clerical support to the Corporate accounting function by
J1.1 Accounting Clerk (Billing, AP, Payroll)    N
                                                    performing simple accounting-related tasks.


                                                    Oversees the on-time and accurate production of payroll,
J1.2 Payroll Manager                            E   including problem resolution, process improvement, and client
                                                    service.



                                                    Monitors, prepares, analyzes, and reports the financial
J1.3 Accounting Manager                         E   performance of the company on a monthly, quarterly, and annual
                                                    basis to internal parties.


                                                    Responsible for all aspects of general accounting, financial
                                                    reporting, and internal control activities to ensure accuracy and
                                                    timeliness of all internal and external financial reports and
J1.4 Controller                                 E   compliance with GAAP, PBS&J's accounting policies and
                                                    procedures, and governmental requirements. Provide major input
                                                    into both the external and internal audit functions associated
                                                    with the company.



                                                    Responsible for the financial management of the corporation.
                                                    Directs Corporate Finance, overseeing accounting, treasury,
J1.5 Finance Director/CFO                       E
                                                    planning/budgeting, tax, and audit, and ensures compliance with
                                                    applicable regulations.


J2   HUMAN RESOURCES
                                                    Under the close supervision of the Human Resources Manager
J2.1 HR Assistant/Clerk 1                       N   (HRM), conducts Human Resources functions at assigned
                                                    locations.

                                                    Under the close supervision of the Human Resources Manager
J2.2 HR Assistant/Clerk 2                       N   (HRM), conducts Human Resources functions at assigned
                                                    locations.

                                                    Conducts generalist HR functions, under the general direction of
                                                    the Human Resources Manager (HRM). May supervise Human
                                                    Resources Representatives and/or give HR direction to
                                                    administrative contacts at ancillary offices and worksites in
J2.3 HR Generalist 1                            E   assigned area of responsibility. Acts as liaison between HR
                                                    subject matter specialists and employees and managers at
                                                    assigned locations to ensure proper communication,
                                                    administration and implementation of company benefits and
                                                    policies.
                                            Conducts generalist HR functions, under the general direction of
                                            the Human Resources Manager (HRM). May supervise Human
                                            Resources Representatives and/or give HR direction to
                                            administrative contacts at ancillary offices and worksites in
J2.4 HR Generalist 2                    E   assigned area of responsibility. Acts as liaison between HR
                                            subject matter specialists and employees and managers at
                                            assigned locations to ensure proper communication,
                                            administration and implementation of company benefits and
                                            policies.
                                            Responsible for the coordination and management of recruiting
                                            and staffing throughout the assigned area of responsibility, as
                                            directed by the Supervisor, following Corporate Human Resource
                                            guidelines. Recruits for both exempt (primarily) and non-exempt
J2.5 Recruiter                          E
                                            positions. Maintains communication with technical managers
                                            throughout the assigned area of responsibility relative to critical
                                            jobs and standard recruiting needs, and coordinates relocation
                                            activities with the Supervisor.

                                            Manages Human Resources policies, programs and practices,
                                            including recruitment, selection, retention, legal compliance,
                                            employee benefits, employee relations, employment practices
                                            and procedures, employee communications and events in
                                            accordance with corporate guidelines. Serves as internal counsel
J2.6 HR Manager                         E
                                            to company management, supervisors and employees on human
                                            resources issues that affect performance and business
                                            relationships. Fosters a workplace environment consistent with
                                            the culture, values and mission outlined by the leadership of the
                                            company.

                                            Responsible for planning, developing, organizing, implementing,
                                            directing and evaluating the firm's human resource function and
                                            performance, creating a world-class human resources
J2.7 HR Director                        E   organization while working closely with the senior management
                                            team. Aligns the HR function with the strategic direction of the
                                            firm. Defines the human resources goals and objectives and is
                                            responsible for strategic and tactical management planning.
J3   MARKETING
                                            Under supervision and working with the project manager,
                                            coordinates and develops RFP-compliant, responsive, competitive
                                            marketing proposals. Develops fundamental PowerPoint
J3.1 Marketing Proposal Coordinator 1   E
                                            presentations and other presentation materials for client
                                            presentations. Ensures that an independent quality review (IQR)
                                            is conducted on every proposal.
                                            Coordinates and develops RFP-compliant, responsive,
                                            competitive marketing proposals working independently with the
                                            project manager. Develops fundamental PowerPoint
J3.2 Marketing Proposal Coordinator 2   E
                                            presentations and other presentation materials for client
                                            presentations. Ensures that an independent quality review (IQR)
                                            is conducted on every proposal. Provides IQRs for others.

                                            Assists in developing strategy for winning work through proposal
                                            submissions. Coordinates and produces RFP-compliant,
                                            responsive, competitive marketing proposals working
                                            independently with the project manager. Develops PowerPoint
J3.3 Marketing Proposal Coordinator 3   E
                                            presentations and other presentation materials for client
                                            presentations. Ensures that an independent quality review (IQR)
                                            is conducted on every proposal. Provides high impact writing on
                                            limited sections of the proposal. Provides IQRs for others.



                                            Responsible for all efforts related to marketing, business
                                            planning, market research, identifying and developing group-
J3.4 Marketing Manager                  E
                                            specific marketing materials, and building a winning team to
                                            support all proposal and marketing efforts.



                                            Develops and implements local marketing, sales, and public
                                            relations activities to maintain and expand business opportunities
                                            at a local level; establishes a local presence and a positive
J3.5 Business Development Manager       E   company image within the assigned communities where the firm
                                            operates or wishes to establish its services; creates business
                                            opportunities that ultimately result in meeting the established
                                            sales targets for the assigned area of responsibility.
J4   ADMINISTRATIVE/CLERICAL STAFF

                                            Greets visitors to office and directs them to appropriate
J4.1 Receptionist                       N   individual; answers incoming calls on telephone console. Handles
                                            security clearance for employees and visitors.

                                            Provides basic clerical support to team of professionals and
J4.2 Project Assistant 1                N   managers. May function as a receptionist for department or office
                                            and be responsible for collecting, sorting and distributing mail to
                                            department or office personnel.

                                            Provides full clerical support to team of professionals and
J4.3 Project Assistant 2                N
                                            managers. May assist with some administrative details.

                                            Provide proficient clerical and administrative support to team of
J4.4 Project Assistant 3                N   professionals and managers. At this level, duties are often non-
                                            routine and require some advanced skills and initiative.
                               Provides full range of proficient administrative support to a team
J4.5 Project Assistant 4   N   of professionals and managers, demonstrating initiative and
                               knowledge of the organization.


J5   ARCHITECTURE

                               Under supervision, performs entry-level architectural
J5.1 Architect Intern      E
                               assignments.



                               Under supervision, applies technical professional proficiency to
J5.2 Architect 1           E   the solution of architectural problems and the coordination of
                               related project activities.

                               Under direction, applies full competency in conventional
                               architectural work and broad knowledge of precedents in
J5.3 Architect 2           E   functional area of assignment. Plans, schedules, conducts or
                               coordinates detailed phases of the architectural work in a part of
                               a major project or in a total project of moderate scope.


                               Under direction, provides the expertise of a seasoned architect,
                               applying advanced concepts and techniques to unconventional
J5.4 Architect 3           E
                               problems. May function as an individual contributor or technical
                               specialist.



                               Under general direction, provides technical expertise to diverse
                               architectural projects throughout the assigned area of
J5.5 Architect 4           E
                               responsibility and/or company-wide. May function as lead
                               architect or consultant.


                               Under general direction, serves as a recognized specialist in
                               Architecture throughout the Company, providing advice on the
                               resolution of major technical problems of marked importance to
J5.6 Architect 5           E
                               the organization; provides technical expertise on programs and
                               projects with substantial fees, developing standards for diverse
                               activities.
J6   CAD DRAFTSMEN
                                   In coordination with technical manager, provides supervision of a
J6.1 CAD Manager 1             E   computer-assisted drafting and design group in support of the
                                   technical services of the company.




                                   In coordination with technical manager, provides supervision of a
J6.2 CAD Manager 2             E   computer-assisted drafting and design group in support of the
                                   technical services of the company.




                                   Under close supervision, performs computer-assisted drafting to
J6.3 CAD Technician 1          N
                                   support the technical services of the company.




                                   Under supervision, provides competency in computer-assisted
J6.4 CAD Technician 2          N
                                   drafting to support the technical services of the company.




                                   Under supervision, provides proficiency in computer-assisted
J6.5 CAD Technician 3          N   drafting & design to support the technical services of the
                                   company.




                                   Under supervision, provides proficiency in computer-assisted
J6.6 CAD Technician 4          N   drafting & design to support the technical services of the
                                   company.


J7   CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT
                                                   Under direction, provides direction in all conventional and
                                                   unconventional aspects of construction engineering to manage
                                                   project construction observation and documentation activities,
J7.1 Construction Manager 1                    E   monitoring contractors' substantial compliance with contract,
                                                   plans, specifications and special provisions and determining
                                                   project quality, cost, and adherence to established completion
                                                   schedule.

                                                   Under general direction, provides direction in all conventional
                                                   and unconventional aspects of construction engineering to
                                                   manage project construction observation and documentation
J7.2 Construction Manager 2                    E   activities, monitoring contractors' substantial compliance with
                                                   contract, plans, specifications and special provisions and
                                                   determining project quality, cost, and adherence to established
                                                   completion schedule.
 J8   ENGINEERING
J8.1 Engineer Intern (Chemical)                E   Under supervision, performs routine engineering work while
                                                   developing professional proficiency. On design assignments,
J8.2 Engineer Intern (Civil)                   E
                                                   works to learn how to clearly convey the design intent through
J8.3 Engineer Intern (Environmental)           E   engineering drawings and specifications. On assignments
                                                   involving investigations and planning, works to learn the
J8.4 Engineer Intern (MEP)                     E   fundamentals of engineering processes and to apply them
                                                   successfully to operating systems. On assignments involving
J8.5 Engineer Intern (Oil & Gas)               E   construction activities, works to develop an understanding of
                                                   construction methods and the translation of engineering
J8.6 Engineer Intern (Structural)              E
                                                   drawings and specifications into the constructed product.
J8.7 Engineer Intern (Water/Water Resources)   E   Upholds engineering ethics and standards of conduct.

J8.8 Engineer 1 (Chemical)                     E   Under supervision, applies technical professional proficiency to
                                                   the investigation of engineering problems, the coordination of
J8.9 Engineer 1 (Civil)                        E   project activities, and the preparation of preliminary plans and
                                                   documents. On design assignments, progresses toward learning
J8.10 Engineer 1 (Environmental)               E   how to clearly convey the design intent through engineering
                                                   drawings and specifications. On engineering and planning
J8.11 Engineer 1 (MEP)                         E   assignments, continues to develop a knowledge of the
                                                   fundamentals of engineering processes and to apply them
J8.12 Engineer 1 (Oil & Gas)                   E   successfully to operating systems. On construction assignments,
                                                   continues to develop an understanding of construction methods
J8.13 Engineer 1 (Structural)                  E   and the translation of engineering plans and specifications into
                                                   constructed product. Upholds engineering ethics and standards of
J8.14 Engineer 1 (Water/Water Resources)       E   conduct.

J8.15 Engineer 2 (Chemical)                    E   Under direction, applies full competency in conventional
                                                   engineering work and broad knowledge of precedents in specialty
J8.16 Engineer 2 (Civil)                       E   area. On design assignments, understands how to clearly convey
                                                   the design intent to engineering drawings and specifications. On
J8.17 Engineer 2 (Environmental)               E   assignments involving engineering investigations and planning
                                                   work, has a firm grasp of the fundamentals of engineering
J8.18 Engineer 2 (MEP)                         E
                                                   processes and their application to operating systems. On projects
                                                   involving engineering services related to construction activities,
                                                   has developed a thorough understanding of construction
                                                   methods and the manner in which engineering drawings and
                                                   specifications are translated into the constructed product.
                                                   Upholds engineering ethics and standards of conduct.
                                                       engineering work and broad knowledge of precedents in specialty
                                                       area. On design assignments, understands how to clearly convey
                                                       the design intent to engineering drawings and specifications. On
                                                       assignments involving engineering investigations and planning
                                                       work, has a firm grasp of the fundamentals of engineering
                                                       processes and their application to operating systems. On projects
                                                       involving engineering services related to construction activities,
J8.19 Engineer 2 (Oil & Gas)                       E
                                                       has developed a thorough understanding of construction
J8.20 Engineer 2 (Structural)                      E   methods and the manner in which engineering drawings and
                                                       specifications are translated into the constructed product.
J8.21 Engineer 2 (Water/Water Resources)           E   Upholds engineering ethics and standards of conduct.

J8.22 Engineer 3 (Chemical)                        E

J8.23 Engineer 3 (Civil)                           E

J8.24 Engineer 3 (Environmental)                   E   Under direction, provides the expertise of a seasoned engineer to
                                                       all conventional aspects of functional area and applies advanced
J8.25 Engineer 3 (MEP)                             E   concepts and techniques to unconventional engineering
                                                       problems. May function as individual researcher or technical
J8.26 Engineer 3 (Oil & Gas)                       E   specialist. Upholds engineering ethics and standards of conduct.
J8.27 Engineer 3 (Structural)                      E

J8.28 Engineer 3 (Water/Water Resources)           E

J8.29 Engineer 4 (Chemical)                        E

J8.30 Engineer 4 (Civil)                           E

J8.31 Engineer 4 (Environmental)                   E   Under general direction, provides technical expertise within area
                                                       of specialization for diverse engineering activities throughout the
J8.32 Engineer 4 (MEP)                             E   assigned area of responsibility and/or company-wide. May
                                                       function as lead designer or technical consultant. Upholds
J8.33 Engineer 4 (Oil & Gas)                       E   engineering ethics and standards of conduct.
J8.34 Engineer 4 (Structural)                      E

J8.35 Engineer 4 (Water/Water Resources)           E

J8.36 Engineer 5 (Chemical)                        E

J8.37 Engineer 5 (Civil)                           E
                                                       Under general direction, serves as a recognized technical
J8.38 Engineer 5 (Environmental)                   E   specialist throughout the company, providing advice on the
                                                       resolution of major technical problems of marked importance to
J8.39 Engineer 5 (MEP)                             E
                                                       the organization. Provides technical expertise on programs and
J8.40 Engineer 5 (Oil & Gas)                       E   projects with substantial fees, developing standards for diverse
                                                       activities. Upholds engineering ethics and standards of conduct.
J8.41 Engineer 5 (Structural)                      E

J8.42 Engineer 5 (Water/Water Resources)           E
 J9   GIS

                                                       Under supervision, performs standard geographic information
J9.1 Entry Level GIS Professional (College Hire)   E
                                                       system (GIS) work while developing professional proficiency.
                                                       Under supervision, applies technical professional proficiency to
J9.2 GIS Analyst 1                                 E
                                                       GIS studies and the coordination of related activities.




                                                       Under direction, applies full competency in GIS studies related to
J9.3 GIS Analyst 2                                 E   functional area of assignment. Plans and conducts GIS work
                                                       related to detailed phases of a major project.


                                                       Under direction, provides the expertise of a seasoned GIS
                                                       practitioner to all conventional aspects of functional area and
                                                       applies advanced concepts and techniques to unconventional
J9.4 GIS Analyst 3                                 E
                                                       problems. May function as a lead GIS consultant. Carries out
                                                       complex or novel assignments requiring the development of new
                                                       or improved techniques and procedures.


                                                       Under general direction, provides technical expertise within area
                                                       of specialization for diverse activities related to GIS field,
J9.5 GIS Analyst 4                                 E
                                                       throughout the assigned area of responsibility and/or company-
                                                       wide. May function as lead GIS consultant.


                                                       Under supervision, performs basic software programming and/or
     Entry Level Applications Developer (College       customization in support of projects that meet clients' software
J9.6                                               E   development needs. At this level, applies standard programming
     Hire)
                                                       practices and techniques while developing professional
                                                       proficiency.




                                                       Applies professional proficiency in the development of custom
                                                       software applications and the coordination of related activities in
J9.7 Applications Developer 1                      E   support of projects that meet clients' software development
                                                       needs. At this level, works under supervision on assignments
                                                       that have clear and specified objectives.
                                            Applies full competency in software development, demonstrating
                                            broad knowledge of current database technology and computer
                                            systems. Under direction, plans and implements software
J9.8 Applications Developer 2           E   development solutions to detailed phases of major projects.
                                            Duties at this level require mastery of specialized techniques,
                                            ingenuity, and ability to apply an analytical approach to the
                                            solution of a wide variety of problems.




                                            Provides the expertise of a seasoned software development
                                            practitioner in the planning and implementation of software
                                            development solutions for major projects. Under direction,
J9.9 Applications Developer 3           E
                                            applies innovative customization concepts and techniques to the
                                            solution of complex or unconventional problems. May function as
                                            lead Software Developer consultant.




                                            Provides advanced and diversified knowledge and expertise in
                                            the planning and implementation of software development
                                            solutions for major projects. Under general direction, applies
J9.10 Applications Developer 4          E   novel approaches to the solution of unique or controversial
                                            problems. May function as lead Software Developer consultant
                                            throughout an assigned area of responsibility and/or company-
                                            wide.



                                            Working with Project Manager, provides overall technical
                                            management for software projects. Under direction, engages in
J9.11 Application Development Manager   E   leadership role in the Software Development Group by
                                            implementing innovative solutions and practices. May act as a
                                            client contact, technical lead resource, and/or project manager.
J10 LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE

                                            Under supervision, performs routine assignments in landscape
J10.1 Landscape Architect Intern        E
                                            architecture while developing professional proficiency.
                                               Under supervision, applies technical professional proficiency to
J10.2 Landscape Architect 1                E   the solution of landscape architectural problems and the
                                               coordination of related project activities.



                                               Under direction, applies full competency in conventional
                                               landscape architectural work and broad knowledge of precedents
J10.3 Landscape Architect 2                E   in functional area of assignment. Plans, schedules, conducts or
                                               coordinates detailed phases of landscape architectural work in
                                               part of a major project or in a total project of moderate scope.



                                               Under direction, provides the expertise of a seasoned landscape
                                               architect, applying advanced concepts and techniques to
J10.4 Landscape Architect 3                E
                                               unconventional problems; may function as individual contributor
                                               or technical specialist.




                                               Under general direction, provides technical expertise to diverse
                                               landscape architectural projects throughout the assigned area of
J10.5 Landscape Architect 4                E
                                               responsibility and/or company-wide; may function as lead
                                               landscape architect or consultant.



                                               Under general direction, serves as a recognized specialist in
                                               landscape architecture throughout the Company, providing
                                               advice on the resolution of major technical problems of marked
J10.6 Landscape Architect 5                E
                                               importance to the organization. Provides technical expertise on
                                               programs and projects with substantial fees, developing
                                               standards for diverse activities.

J11 PLANNING
                                               Under supervision, performs routine planning assignments while
J11.1 Entry Level Planner (College Hire)   E   developing professional proficiency. Planning work may be
                                               related to land utilization, urban development, transportation or
                                               environmental projects.
                                               Under supervision, applies technical professional proficiency to
                                               the solution of planning problems and the coordination of related
J11.2 Planner 1                            E
                                               project activities. Work may involve land utilization, urban
                                               planning, transportation or archaeological projects.
                                                 Under direction, applies full competency in conventional planning
                                                 work and broad knowledge of precedents in functional area of
                                                 assignment. Plans, schedules, conducts or coordinates detailed
J11.3 Planner 2                              E   phases of planning assignments in a part of a major project or in
                                                 a total project of moderate scope. Work may involve land
                                                 utilization, urban planning, transportation or archaeological
                                                 projects.
                                                 Under direction, provides the expertise of a seasoned planner,
                                                 applying advanced concepts and techniques to unconventional
J11.4 Planner 3                              E   problems. May function as individual contributor or technical
                                                 specialist. Work may involve land utilization, urban planning,
                                                 transportation or environmental projects.


                                                 Under general direction, provides technical expertise to diverse
                                                 planning projects throughout the assigned area of responsibility
J11.5 Planner 4                              E   and/or company-wide. May function as lead planner or technical
                                                 consultant. Work may involve land utilization, urban planning,
                                                 transportation or environmental projects.

                                                 Under general direction, serves as a recognized planning
                                                 specialist throughout the company, providing advice on the
                                                 resolution of major technical problems of marked importance to
J11.6 Planner 5                              E   the organization. Provides technical expertise on programs and
                                                 projects with substantial fees, developing standards for diverse
                                                 planning activities. Specialization may be in the area of land
                                                 utilization, urban planning, transportation or archaeological
                                                 projects.
J12 SCIENTISTS


                                                 Under supervision, performs standard scientific work while
J12.1 Entry Level Scientist (College Hire)   E
                                                 developing professional proficiency.




                                                 Under supervision, applies technical professional proficiency to
                                                 the investigation of scientific problems and the coordination of
J12.2 Scientist 1                            E
                                                 related project activities; may lead a section of a laboratory or
                                                 analytical group.




                                                 Under direction, applies full competency in conventional scientific
                                                 solutions related to functional area of assignment and broad
J12.3 Scientist 2                            E
                                                 knowledge of precedents in specialty area. Plans and coordinates
                                                 scientific work related to detailed phases of a major project.
                                     Under direction, provides the expertise of a seasoned scientist to
                                     all conventional aspects of functional area and applies advanced
                                     concepts and techniques to unconventional problems. May
J12.4 Scientist 3                E
                                     function as individual researcher or technical specialist. Carries
                                     out complex or novel assignments requiring the development of
                                     new or improved techniques and procedures.




                                     Under general direction, provides technical expertise within area
                                     of specialization for diverse activities related to his/her field of
J12.5 Scientist 4                E   science, throughout the assigned area of responsibility and/or
                                     company-wide. Functions as project manager, lead scientist or
                                     technical consultant.




                                     Under general direction, serves as a recognized specialist within
                                     his/her field of science throughout the company, providing
                                     advice on the resolution of major technical problems of marked
J12.6 Scientist 5                E
                                     importance to the organization. Manages and provides scientific
                                     expertise on programs and projects with substantial fees.
                                     Markets and manages clients.


J13 PROJECT MANAGEMENT
                                     Under supervision, applies technical competency and project
                                     production experience to manage project teams on conventional,
J13.1 Junior/Associate Manager   E   non-complex and smaller projects. Also assists project manager
                                     in the basic functions of production coordination, planning,
                                     organizing, directing, controlling, financial management and
                                     marketing.
                                     Under direction, applies technical expertise and project
                                     management experience to manage project teams on
                                     conventional and unconventional projects. Also performs the
                                     basic project functions of production coordination, planning,
J13.2 Manager 1                  E
                                     organizing, directing, controlling, financial management and
                                     marketing assistance. Functions as a mentor to associate project
                                     managers and technical professionals to assist in their technical
                                     training and development.
                                     Under direction, provides professional and project management
                                     expertise in the direction of highly unconventional projects
                                     requiring multiple technical units and/or subcontractors, heavy
                                     regulatory agency involvement or extremely complex technical
J13.3 Manager 2                  E   requirements. Functions as mentor to project managers and
                                     associate project managers to assist in their training and
                                     development. Also performs the basic project functions of
                                     production coordination, planning, organizing, directing,
                                     controlling, financial management and marketing.
                                     Under general direction, supervises the staff and work production
                                     of a large technical work unit. Provides leadership, direction and
                                     technical guidance to staff to ensure that quality technical
                                     services are provided to clients and that the technical work unit
                                     meets its operating performance targets. Manages project
J13.4 Manager 3
                                     production, project acquisition/client relations, and financial
                                     management of the work unit to ensure quality, client
                                     satisfaction, continued production backlog, and profitability of all
                                     projects within the work unit. Typically responsible for annual
                                     revenues over $5M and over 40 staff.

                                     Under general direction, manages, directs and controls the
                                     operations of a large operating unit of the firm, with a focus on
                                     operations administration and financial management. Provides
                                     leadership, direction and guidance to managers within operating
J13.5 Manager 4
                                     unit. Responsible for achieving financial, operational, quality,
                                     client satisfaction, and employee performance and engagement
                                     goals and objectives for operating unit. Typically responsible for
                                     annual revenues over $20M and over 125 staff.

J14 WATER/WASTEWATER OPERATORS



                                     Responsible for performing mid to higher-level operator duties
J14.1 Operator 1                 E   associated with the operation and maintenance of a water,
                                     wastewater, or groundwater treatment facility.




                                     Responsible for performing mid to higher-level operator duties
J14.2 Operator 2                 E   associated with the operation and maintenance of a water,
                                     wastewater, or groundwater treatment facility.
                                  Responsible for the operations and maintenance of a water,
J14.3 Operations Supervisor   E   wastewater or groundwater treatment facility and requires water
                                  or wastewater certification.
Education and Experience

High school diploma, plus one to three years work
experience, at least some of which spent in an accounting
or office-related function.
CPP (Certified Payroll Professional) preferred. Bachelor's
Degree in Accounting and/or Computer Science or
equivalent. Minimum ten years of Payroll experience, at
least four as a Payroll Manager or Supervisor, and
preferably three years as a Database Administrator or
equivalent function.
CPA license required. Bachelor's Degree in Accounting
required; MBA or Master's in Accounting preferred.
Minimum of eight years experience in internal reporting
and financial analysis, and minimum one year supervisory
experience.
CPA required. Bachelor's Degree in Accounting; Master's
Degree in Accounting preferred. Fifteen years of diversified
accounting experience, including public accounting, SEC
and supervisory experience. Experienced in both public
accounting and as a senior accounting manager with an
organization, preferably in a services focused organization.



CPA required. Bachelor's Degree in Accounting; Master's
Degree in Accounting preferred. Twenty years of
diversified accounting experience, including public
accounting, SEC and supervisory experience. Experienced
in both public accounting and as a senior accounting
manager with an organization, preferably in a services
focused organization.

Associate's degree in Human Resources or related field, or
high school plus two years of HR experience, or an
equivalent combination of education and experience.
Associate's degree in Human Resources or related field
plus a minimum of two years Human Resources
experience, or high school plus four years of HR
experience, or an equivalent combination of education and
experience.


PHR preferred. Bachelor's degree in Human Resources or
related field and a minimum of one year of hands-on HR
experience, or the equivalent combination of education
and experience.
PHR preferred. Bachelor's degree in Human Resources or
related field and a minimum of three years of hands-on
HR experience, or the equivalent combination of education
and experience.



Bachelors Degree in communications, sociology,
psychology, human resources or related field, and
knowledge of employment laws. Minimum of 8 years'
related experience; a combination of employment agency
and corporate experience highly preferred. This level
requires at least 5 years of experience in the recruitment
of professional-level personnel within a technically
demanding industry.




PHR certification (Professional in Human Resources)
required; SPHR preferred. A bachelor's degree in Human
Resources or related discipline and ten years of human
resources experience, at least five in a generalist role, or
equivalent combination of formal education, training and
experience that provides the required knowledge, skills
and abilities.




Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR) desired.
Bachelor's degree in Human Resources Management or
other related field. Master's degree a plus. A minimum of
fifteen years experience in Human Resources and at least
8 years in a supervisory or management capacity.



Bachelor's degree in English, Journalism, Marketing or
related major, or an equivalent combination of education,
skills and experience. No prior experience is generally
required with applicable degree and appropriate skills.
Without a degree, eight years of relevant experience are
typically required in addition to appropriate knowledge and
skills.
Bachelor's degree in English, Journalism, Marketing, or
related major, plus three years experience within the firm
or in a similar technical/marketing environment, or an
equivalent combination of education, skills and
experience. Without a degree, ten years of relevant
experience are typically required in addition to appropriate
knowledge and skills.
Bachelor's degree in English, Journalism, Marketing, or
related major, plus six years experience within the firm or
in a similar technical/marketing environment, or an
equivalent combination of education, skills and
experience. Without a degree, eleven years of relevant
experience are typically required in addition to appropriate
knowledge and skills.

Bachelor's degree in English, Journalism, Marketing, or
related major, plus ten years experience within the firm or
in a similar technical/marketing environment, or an
equivalent combination of education, skills and
experience. Minimum six years managing people. Without
a degree, fifteen years of relevant experience are typically
required in addition to appropriate knowledge and skills.

Bachelor's degree, preferably in Business Administration
plus 10 years' relevant experience and proven track record
in sales. Without a degree, 15 years of relevant experience
are typically required in addition to appropriate knowledge
and skills. Some technical knowledge of the services
provided in assigned area is generally required.



High school with courses in typing and general business
procedures, or equivalent training/experience. Two years
of experience in a position involving public contact and
telephone responsibilities is desired.

High school with admin support and/or business
coursework or equivalent training/experience. Two years
of admin support/clerical experience.
High school with admin support and business coursework
or equivalent training/experience. Three years of
diversified business experience in positions with admin
support and clerical duties.
High school plus additional admin support and business
coursework, or equivalent training/experience. Four years
of diversified admin support/business experience.
High school plus advanced admin support and business
coursework, or equivalent training/experience. Five years
of diversified admin support/business experience, with at
least two of these in a responsible admin support capacity.
Two years clerical/admin support experience with an
Associate's degree in Business or related major.


Bachelor's degree in Architecture or equivalent
combination of education and experience. Minimal
experience is required of incumbents with a Bachelor's
degree in Architecture; no experience required with a
Master's degree in Architecture.
Bachelor's or Master's degree in Architecture. This level
may be achieved by Architects with two years' experience
with Bachelor's or one year experience with Master's.
Typical incumbent has four to five years' experience.

Registration as a licensed Architect is required. Bachelor's
or Master's degree in Architecture. This level may be
achieved by Architects with four years experience since
Bachelor's degree or three years experience with Master's.
Typical incumbent has six to ten years experience.

Registration as a licensed architect is required. Bachelor's
degree in Architecture; graduate level technical
coursework preferred. This level may be achieved by
Architects with seven years experience since Bachelor's
degree or six years experience with Master's degree.
Typical incumbent has ten or more years' experience.
Registration as a licensed architect is required. Bachelor's
degree in Architecture; Master's degree in Architecture or
graduate level technical coursework preferred. This level
may be achieved by Architects with ten years experience
since Bachelor's degree or nine years experience with
Master's degree. Typical incumbent has fifteen or more
years' experience.
Registration as a licensed architect is required. Bachelor's
degree in Architecture; Master's degree in Architecture or
graduate level technical coursework preferred. This level
may be achieved by Architects with fifteen years
experience since Bachelor's degree or fourteen years with
Master's degree. Typical incumbent has twenty or more
years' experience.
Bachelor's degree in technical field or high school plus five
years of specialized technical training, such as is obtained
in a vocational or technical school. Formal CAD training
preferred. Generally requires minimum ten years of
experience in a combination of technician, and/or CAD
technician or designer positions, at least three years of
which should have been working at a prior level within the
firm. May also require experience in the particular
discipline supported.
Bachelor's degree in technical field or high school plus five
years of specialized technical training, such as is obtained
in a vocational or technical school. Formal CAD training
preferred but not required. Generally requires minimum
twelve years of experience in a combination of technician,
and/or CAD technician or designer positions, at least three
years of which should have been working at a prior level
within the firm. May also require experience in the
particular discipline supported.

High school plus training such as is obtained in vocational
or technical school, or in an AA degree program in a
related technical field. Formal CAD training preferred but
not required. Generally, requires a minimum of two years'
experience in a CAD technician position, with at least one
of these doing full-time CAD work.
High school plus two years of specialized training such as
is obtained in vocational or technical school, or in an
Associate's degree program in a related technical field.
Formal CAD training preferred but not required. Generally
requires a minimum of four years' experience in a CAD
technician position, with at least two of these doing full-
time CAD work.
High school plus two years of specialized training such as
is obtained in vocational or technical school, or in an
Associate's degree program in a related technical field.
Formal CAD training preferred but not required. Generally
requires a minimum of six years' experience in a CAD
technician position, with at least three of these years
doing full-time CAD work.
High school plus two years of specialized training such as
is obtained in vocational or technical school, or in an
Associate's degree program in a related technical field.
Formal CAD training preferred but not required. Generally
requires a minimum of six years' experience in a CAD
technician position, with at least three of these years
doing full-time CAD work.
Bachelor's degree in Civil Engineering or Construction
Management or in a related field. Eight years experience
with a related Bachelor's degree, four of which with
construction related experience (structures and/or
roadway), including personnel supervision. Engineering
design experience desirable. Ten years' experience
required with an Associate's degree; twelve years with no
degree.
Bachelor's degree in Civil Engineering or Construction
Management or in a related field. Ten years experience
with a related Bachelor's degree, six of which with
construction related experience (structures and/or
roadway), including personnel supervision. Engineering
design experience desirable. Twelve years' experience
required with an Associate's degree; fifteen years with no
degree.




E.I. or EIT desired. B.S. in Engineering. Minimal
experience is required of incumbents with a Bachelor's
Degree in a branch of Engineering directly related to hiring
discipline; no experience required with a Master's degree.




E.I. or EIT is usually required. B.S. or M.S. in Engineering.
This level my be achieved by Engineers with 2 years'
experience since B.S. or 1 year since M.S. The typical
incumbent has 3 to 5 years' experience since Bachelor's
degree.




P.E. license is required. B.S. or M.S. in Engineering. This
level may be achieved by Engineers with four years'
experience since B.S.; three years experience since M.S.
Incumbents typically have six to ten years' experience
since Bachelor's degree. NOTE: This level is to be used for
Engineers without P.E., but whose 10+ years of
experience in engineering work allow them to perform at a
comparable level.
P.E. license is required. B.S. or M.S. in Engineering. This
level may be achieved by Engineers with four years'
experience since B.S.; three years experience since M.S.
Incumbents typically have six to ten years' experience
since Bachelor's degree. NOTE: This level is to be used for
Engineers without P.E., but whose 10+ years of
experience in engineering work allow them to perform at a
comparable level.




P.E. license is required. B.S. or M.S. in Engineering. M.S.
or graduate level technical coursework preferred. This
level may be achieved by Engineers with seven years of
experience since B.S. or 6 years since M.S. Typical
incumbent has ten to fourteen years of experience.




P.E. license is required. B.S. or M.S. in Engineering. M.S.
or graduate level technical coursework preferred. This
level may be achieved by Engineers with ten years
experience since B.S. or nine years since M.S. Typical
incumbent has 15 to 20 years of experience.




P.E. license is required. B.S. or M.S. in Engineering. M.S.
or graduate level technical coursework preferred. This
level may be achieved by Engineers with fifteen years
experience since Bachelor's or fourteen years since
Master's. Typical incumbent has 20+ years of experience.




B.S. or B.A. in Geography, Computer Science or related
GIS Environmental Discipline, commensurate with hiring
discipline. Minimal experience is required of incumbents
with directly related Bachelor's Degree; no experience
required with a Master's degree.
B.S. or B.A. or M.S. in Geography, Computer Science or
GIS related Environmental Discipline commensurate with
hiring discipline. This level may be achieved by GIS
practitioners with 2 years of experience since Bachelor's
degree or 1 year since Master's. Typical incumbent has 4 -
5 years' experience.
B.A. or B.S. or M.S. in Geography, computer science, or
GIS-related environmental discipline commensurate with
hiring discipline. This level may be achieved by GIS
practitioners with 4 years of experience since Bachelor's
degree or 2 years since Master's. Typical incumbent has 6 -
7 years experience.

B.S. or B.A. or M. S. in Geography, Computer Science, or
GIS related Environmental Discipline. This level may be
achieved by GIS practitioners with 7 years of experience
since Bachelor's degree or 6 years since Master's. Typical
incumbent has 8 - 10 years experience.

B.S. or B.A. or M.S. in Geography, Computer Science or
GIS related Environmental Discipline. Master's or graduate
level coursework preferred. This level may be achieved by
GIS Practitioner with 10 years of experience since
Bachelor's degree or 9 years since Master's. Typical
incumbent has 12 - 15 years experience.
B.S. or B.A. in Geography, Computer Science, or IT-
related discipline. Minimal experience is required of
incumbents with directly related Bachelor's degree. No
experience required of those with Master's degree in
related discipline.
An industry recognized certification, i.e., Certified Visual
Basic Programmer preferred. B.S. or B.A in Computer
Science or other IT major, or relevant computer
programming experience after degrees in Geography,
Planning, Engineering, or other related disciplines. This
level may be achieved by practitioners with 2 years of
experience since related Bachelor's degree; no experience
required with related Master's degree if academic program
provided opportunity to develop software development
experience directly applicable to job. Typical incumbent
has 4-6 years' experience.
An industry recognized certification, i.e., Certified Visual
Basic Programmer preferred, or professional registration
desired if incumbent is an Engineer or Planner. B.S. or B.A
in Computer Science or other IT major, or relevant
computer programming experience after degrees in
Geography, Planning, Engineering, or other related
disciplines. This level may be achieved by practitioners
with 4 years of experience since related Bachelor's degree
or 1 year since Master's degree if such academic program
provided opportunity to acquire relevant software
development experience. Typical incumbent has 6-8 years'
experience.
An industry recognized certification, i.e., Certified Visual
Basic Programmer preferred, or professional registration in
the case of incumbents with Engineering or Planning
degrees. B.S. or B.A in Computer Science or other IT
major, or relevant computer programming experience
after degrees in Geography, Planning, Engineering, or
other related disciplines. This level may be achieved by
practitioners with 7 years of experience since related
Bachelor's degree or 4 years since Master's degree. Typical
incumbent has 8-10 years' experience.

An industry recognized certification, i.e., Certified Visual
Basic Programmer desired, or professional registration in
the case of incumbents with Engineering or Planning
degrees. B.S. or B.A in Computer Science or other IT
major, or relevant computer programming experience
after degrees in Geography, Planning, Engineering, or
other related disciplines. This level may be achieved by
practitioners with 10 years of experience since related
Bachelor's degree or 7 years since Master's degree. Typical
incumbent has 10-12 years' experience.

An industry recognized certification is preferred. B.S. or
B.A in Computer Science or other IT major. This level may
be achieved by practitioners with 7 years of experience
since related Bachelor's degree or 4 years since Master's
degree. Typical incumbent has 8-10 years' experience.


Bachelor's degree in Landscape Architecture or equivalent
combination of education and experience; minimal
experience is required of incumbents with a Bachelor's
degree in Landscape Architecture; no experience required
with MLA.
Bachelor's or Master's degree in Landscape Architecture.
This level may be achieved by Landscape Architects with
two years of experience w/Bachelor's degree or one year
experience w/Master's degree; typical incumbent has
approximately four to five years' experience.

Registration as a licensed Landscape Architect required.
Bachelor's or Master's degree in Landscape Architecture.
This level may be achieved by Landscape Architects with
four years experience w/Bachelor's or three years
experience w/Master's degree; typical incumbent has six
to seven years' experience.

Registration as a licensed Landscape Architect required.
Bachelor's or Master's degree in Landscape Architecture;
MLA or graduate level technical coursework preferred. This
level may be achieved by Landscape Architects with seven
years experience since Bachelor's degree or six years
w/Master's degree; typical incumbent has eight to ten
years' experience.

Registration as a licensed Landscape Architect required.
Bachelor's or Master's degree in Landscape Architecture;
MLA or graduate level technical coursework preferred. This
level may be achieved by Landscape Architects with ten
years experience w/Bachelor's degree or nine years
experience since Master's degree; typical incumbent has
twelve to fifteen years' experience.

Registration as a licensed Landscape Architect required.
Bachelor's or Master's degree in Landscape Architecture;
MLA or graduate level technical coursework preferred. This
level may be achieved by Landscape Architects with fifteen
years' experience with Bachelor's degree or fourteen
years' experience with Master's degree; typical incumbent
has fifteen to twenty years' experience.


Bachelor's or Master's degree in Planning or related
degree. Minimal experience required with Bachelor's
degree. No experience required with Master's degree.
AICP certification preferred. Bachelor's or Master's degree
in Planning or related field. This level may be achieved by
Planners with two years experience since Bachelor's or one
year since Master's. Typical degreed incumbent has 4-5
years experience.
AICP certification preferred. Bachelor's or Master's degree
in Planning or related field. This level may be achieved by
Planners with five years experience since Bachelor's or
four years since Master's. Typical incumbent has 6-7 years
experience.

AICP Certification desired. Bachelor's or Master's degree in
Planning or related field. Master's or graduate level
technical coursework preferred. This level may be
achieved by Planners with seven years experience since
Bachelor's or six years since Master's. Typical incumbent
has 8-10 years' experience.
AICP Certification desired. Bachelor's or Master's degree in
Planning or related field. Master's or graduate level
technical coursework preferred. This level may be
achieved by Planners with ten years experience since
Bachelor's or nine years since Master's. Typical incumbent
has 12-15 years experience. Some public agency
experience desirable.
AICP Certification desired. Bachelor's or Master's degree in
Planning or related field. Master's or graduate level
technical coursework preferred. This level may be
achieved by Planners with fifteen years experience since
Bachelor's, or fourteen years since Master's. Typical
incumbent has 15-20 years experience.



B.S. or B.A. in a field of Science including, Anthropology,
Historic Preservation or related field, commensurate with
hiring discipline. Minimal experience is required of
incumbents with directly related Bachelor's degree; no
experience is required with a Master's degree.
B.S./B.A. or M.S. in a field of Science including
Anthropology, Historic Preservation or related field,
commensurate with hiring discipline. This level may be
achieved by Scientists with minimum three years'
experience since Bachelor's degree or two years'
experience with Master's degree; typical incumbent has
five years' experience.
Professional certification/registration may be required,
depending on discipline. B.A./B.S. or M.S. in a field of
Science, including Anthropology, Historic Preservation or
related field, commensurate with hiring discipline. This
level may be achieved by Scientists with minimum five
years experience since Bachelor's degree or four years
experience with Master's degree; typical incumbent has six
to seven years' experience.
Professional certification/registration may be required,
depending on discipline. B.S./B.A. or M.S. in a field of
Science, including Anthropology, Historic Prevention or
related field, commensurate with hiring discipline; M.S. or
graduate level coursework preferred. This level may be
achieved by Scientists with minimum seven years'
experience since Bachelor's degree, or six years'
experience with Master's degree; typical incumbent has
eight to ten years' experience.
Professional certification/registration may be required,
depending on discipline. B.S./B.A. or M.S. in a field
Science, including Anthropology, Historic Preservation or
related field, commensurate with hiring discipline; Master's
or applicable graduate level coursework preferred. This
level may be achieved by Scientists with ten years'
experience since Bachelor's degree or nine years'
experience with Master's degree; typical incumbent has
twelve to fifteen years' experience.

Professional certification/registration may be required,
depending on discipline. B.S./B.A. or M.S. in Science,
Anthropology or Historic Preservation or related field
commensurate with hiring discipline; Master's or graduate
level science coursework preferred. This level may be
achieved by Scientists with fifteen years experience (with
Bachelor's degree) or fourteen years experience (with
Master's degree); typical incumbent has fifteen to twenty
years experience.


Professional Registration required in field of practice, if
available. Bachelor's degree in field(s) of practice or
equivalent experience Management coursework and/or
MBA a plus. This level may be achieved with 5 years
experience in project production and technical professional
activities.
Professional Registration required in field of practice, if
available. Bachelor's degree in field(s) of practice.
Graduate degree desirable. Management coursework
and/or MBA a plus. This level may be achieved with 8
years experience in project production and technical
professional activities, two of these working as a Sr.
Technical Professional or Associate Project Manager.
Professional Registration required in field of practice, if
available; PMP or CCM preferred. Bachelor's degree in
field(s) of practice. Graduate degree preferred.
Management coursework and/or MBA a plus. This level
may be achieved with ten years of experience in project
production and technical professional activities, four of
these working as a project manager.


Professional registration in field of practice is required, if
available, i.e., P.E., P.G., PLS/PSM, R.A., or RLA.
Bachelor's degree in field of practice. Post graduate degree
preferred. Management coursework and/or MBA a plus.

This level may be achieved by technical professionals or
technical managers with 15 years of experience since B.S.,
with at least three of these years in positions with project
management or supervisory responsibilities.

Professional registration in field of practice is required, if
available, i.e., P.E., P.G., PLS, R.A., or RLA. Bachelor's
degree in field of practice. Post graduate degree preferred.
Management coursework and/or MBA a plus.

This level may be achieved by technical professionals or
technical managers with 15 years of experience since B.S.,
with at least three of these years in a senior operating
management position.


High School diploma with 2+ years relevant process and
maintenance experience; or Vocational Training with 2+
years of relevant experience; or Associates Degree with
1+ years relevant process and maintenance experience.
Certification in water or wastewater treatment plant
operations is required and individual must be aware of all
relevant regulations regarding environmental operations.

High School diploma with 5+ years of relevant experience;
or Vocational training with 3-5 years of relevant
experience; or Associates degree with 3+ years of relevant
experiences; or
Bachelors degree with 1+ years of relevant experience
Certification in water or wastewater treatment plant
operations is required and individual must be aware of all
relevant regulations regarding environmental operations.
High School diploma with 10+ years or relevant
experience; or Vocational training with 8-12 years of
relevant experience; or Associates Degree 8+ years
relevant experience; or Bachelors degree with 5+ years
relevant experience. Certification in water or wastewater
treatment plant operations is required and individual must
be aware of all relevant regulations regarding
environmental operations.
JID Title                                        Company Title Match

 J1    ACCOUNTING AND FINANCE
J1.1   Accounting Clerk (Billing, AP, Payroll)
J1.2   Payroll Manager
J1.3   Accounting Manager
J1.4   Controller
J1.5   Finance Director/CFO
 J2    HUMAN RESOURCES
J2.1   HR Assistant/Clerk 1
J2.2   HR Assistant/Clerk 2
J2.3   HR Generalist 1
J2.4   HR Generalist 2
J2.5   Recruiter
J2.6   HR Manager
J2.7   HR Director
 J3    MARKETING
J3.1   Marketing Proposal Coordinator 1
J3.2   Marketing Proposal Coordinator 2
J3.3   Marketing Proposal Coordinator 3
J3.4   Marketing Manager
J3.5   Business Development Manager
 J4    ADMINISTRATIVE/CLERICAL STAFF
J4.1   Receptionist
J4.2   Project Assistant 1
J4.3   Project Assistant 2
J4.4   Project Assistant 3
J4.5   Project Assistant 4
 J5    ARCHITECTURE
J5.1   Architect Intern
J5.2   Architect 1
J5.3   Architect 2
J5.4   Architect 3
J5.5   Architect 4
J5.6   Architect 5
 J6    CAD DRAFTSMEN
J6.1   CAD Manager 1
J6.2   CAD Manager 2
J6.3   CAD Technician 1
J6.4   CAD Technician 2
J6.5   CAD Technician 3
J6.6   CAD Technician 4
 J7    CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT
J7.1   Construction Manager 1
J7.2   Construction Manager 2
  J8    ENGINEERING
 J8.1   Engineer Intern (Chemical)
 J8.2   Engineer Intern (Civil)
 J8.3   Engineer Intern (Environmental)
 J8.4   Engineer Intern (MEP)
 J8.5   Engineer Intern (Oil & Gas)
 J8.6   Engineer Intern (Structural)
 J8.7   Engineer Intern (Water/Water Resources)
 J8.8   Engineer 1 (Chemical)
 J8.9   Engineer 1 (Civil)
J8.10   Engineer 1 (Environmental)
J8.11   Engineer 1 (MEP)
J8.12   Engineer 1 (Oil & Gas)
J8.13   Engineer 1 (Structural)
J8.14   Engineer 1 (Water/Water Resources)
J8.15   Engineer 2 (Chemical)
J8.16   Engineer 2 (Civil)
J8.17   Engineer 2 (Environmental)
J8.18   Engineer 2 (MEP)
J8.19   Engineer 2 (Oil & Gas)
J8.20   Engineer 2 (Structural)
J8.21   Engineer 2 (Water/Water Resources)
J8.22   Engineer 3 (Chemical)
J8.23   Engineer 3 (Civil)
J8.24   Engineer 3 (Environmental)
J8.25   Engineer 3 (MEP)
J8.26   Engineer 3 (Oil & Gas)
J8.27   Engineer 3 (Structural)
J8.28   Engineer 3 (Water/Water Resources)
J8.29   Engineer 4 (Chemical)
J8.30   Engineer 4 (Civil)
J8.31   Engineer 4 (Environmental)
J8.32   Engineer 4 (MEP)
J8.33   Engineer 4 (Oil & Gas)
J8.34   Engineer 4 (Structural)
J8.35   Engineer 4 (Water/Water Resources)
J8.36   Engineer 5 (Chemical)
J8.37   Engineer 5 (Civil)
J8.38   Engineer 5 (Environmental)
J8.39   Engineer 5 (MEP)
J8.40   Engineer 5 (Oil & Gas)
J8.41   Engineer 5 (Structural)
J8.42   Engineer 5 (Water/Water Resources)
  J9    GIS
 J9.1   Entry Level GIS Professional (College Hire)
 J9.2   GIS Analyst 1
 J9.3   GIS Analyst 2
J9.4 GIS Analyst 3
J9.5 GIS Analyst 4
        Entry Level Applications Developer (College
J9.6
        Hire)
 J9.7   Applications Developer 1
 J9.8   Applications Developer 2
 J9.9   Applications Developer 3
J9.10   Applications Developer 4
J9.11   Application Development Manager
 J10    LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE
J10.1   Landscape Architect Intern
J10.2   Landscape Architect 1
J10.3   Landscape Architect 2
J10.4   Landscape Architect 3
J10.5   Landscape Architect 4
J10.6   Landscape Architect 5
 J11    PLANNING
J11.1   Entry Level Planner (College Hire)
J11.2   Planner 1
J11.3   Planner 2
J11.4   Planner 3
J11.5   Planner 4
J11.6   Planner 5
 J12    SCIENTISTS
J12.1   Entry Level Scientist (College Hire)
J12.2   Scientist 1
J12.3   Scientist 2
J12.4   Scientist 3
J12.5   Scientist 4
J12.6   Scientist 5
 J13    PROJECT MANAGEMENT
J13.1   Junior/Associate Manager
J13.2   Manager 1
J13.3   Manager 2
J13.4   Manager 3
J13.5   Manager 4
 J14    WATER/WASTEWATER OPERATORS
J14.1   Operator 1
J14.2   Operator 2
J14.3   Operations Supervisor
                         % of Incumbents
    # of     Average                       Avg Bonus Amount
                         Who Received a
Incumbents   Hrly Rate                         Awarded
                               Bonus

				
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