Every classified (service) position is assigned to a specific job classification based on the similarities of duties and responsibilities to the respective job class specifications.
Job class specifications exist for over 1,300 job classifications. Each class specification is a general description of the kind of work performed by employees in that classification.
Jobs at comparable levels which require similar knowledge skills and abilities are grouped into a single classification. Classifications at different levels which require same type of knowledge, skills and abilities are grouped into a classification series.
Minnesota Management & Budget (MMB) maintains an official listing of job classes and their specifications which are currently in classified service.
State of Minnesota Job Class Specifications include:
- The formal class title of the position
- A brief description of the kind of work performed
- The nature and purpose of the position
- Examples of work
- The knowledge, Skills and Abilities Required to perform the job.
View all Job Class Specifications.
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Alternatively, unclassified positions are assigned to either a designated salary range, or in the case of Faculty, a specified rank. Minnesota State Mankato works with the Office of the Chancellor and respective bargaining units as it relates to unclassified position descriptions, placement of positions, salary range, etc.
View all MnSCU Unclassified Service Positions.