* Study of market range is pending review. Market range should not be used for placement
in range and is not subject to the midpoint hiring maximum. Employees assigned to
this market range will not be redlined. Departments should consult Employee Compensation
for the appropriate hiring range and placement of employees assigned to this market
** Market range is being grandfathered until a new market study is completed and
the market range title structure is reviewed. New positions will not be assigned
to this market range for departments who do not currently have positions assigned
Market Range Title: A broad grouping of related positions with
similar job responsibilities and qualifications. Market Range Titles (or "MRT's")
typically include positions ranging from entry level to senior/lead level unless
Effective date: The date the salary range was implemented for use.
Market Range Title Description: Broad description of sample job
duties and responsibilities of positions included in the Market Range Title. Each
position included in a Market Range Title also has a job description that is specific
to the department. Departments are responsible for writing and maintaining job descriptions
for positions in their department. Employee Compensation is responsible for writing
and maintaining Market Range Title Descriptions.
Likely Minimum Qualifications: Typical minimum qualifications for
positions assigned to the Market Range Title. Because a broad group of jobs in different
departments are included in a Market Range Title, minimum and preferred qualifications
may vary slightly depending on the area of assignment. Senior or lead level
positions may require more experience.
Market Range: The minimum through maximum salary points for all
positions included in the Market Range Title.
Hiring Range: The hiring range for all positions is ordinarily
the minimum of the market range to the midpoint of the range. The use of a different
hiring range must be approved by Employee Compensation. Departments should use a
hiring range that is within their funding capabilities and are required to comply
with the County's Funded Position Policy ensuring that applicants are extended a
rate that is supported by the department's budget.
Working Title: A specific title used by a county department to
identify a position within their organizational structure. Use of working titles
is flexible and aimed to assist departments in identifying the unique functions
and responsibilities of each position and is representative of the assigned Market
Range Title. Ordinarily, supervisory and/or managerial titles should not be used
for positions not assigned to a supervisory and/or manager Market Range Title.