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LABORATORY MACHINIST SPECIALIST

Exempt (TEAMS or USPS)
Job Code 001062
Effective 1/8/03
CBU 32
FLSA Included N
EEO Category 06
Pay Grade 22

Type of Work
This is work operating a laboratory machine shop for student instruction.

Examples of Work (not all inclusive)

  • Assist students in operating shop equipment properly and safely and in building research apparatus.
  • Directs and assists students learning techniques and methods of designing and fabricating laboratory instruments and equipment; inspects and oversees their performance.
  • Insures that safety measures and standards are maintained in the machine shop and that equipment is in operable condition.
  • Assists the designer in field testing equipment upon completion.
  • Prepares orders for machine shop supplies and materials.
  • Confers with faculty, staff, and students on design fabrications.

Minimum Qualifications
Completion of an approved machinist apprenticeship program and one year of appropriate experience; or a high school diploma and five years of appropriate experience. Appropriate vocational/technical training may substitute at an equivalent rate for the required experience.


LABORATORY MANAGER

Exempt (TEAMS)
TEAMS Class Code 000944
Effective 1/8/03
CBU 39
FLSA Included N
EEO Category 05
Pay Grade 23

Type of Work
This is work managing* the operations of a teaching, service, or research laboratory, or a specialized* scientific or hazardous materials store.

Examples of Work (not all inclusive)

  • Categorizes and stores sensitive scientific materials/instruments.
  • Ensures compliance with federal regulations for hazardous waste disposal.
  • Researches and evaluates new products, compares and negotiates vendor prices.
  • Develop laboratory procedures.
  • Prepares operating budgets.
  • Prepares justification for laboratory equipment requests.
  • Directs the maintenance program for laboratory equipment.
  • Reviews and coordinates all machine shop work orders for special or modified equipment needs.
  • Coordinates the developmental safety program for all laboratory settings, or specialized* scientific or hazardous materials stores.

Minimum Qualifications
A high school diploma and six years of appropriate experience. Appropriate college course work or vocational/technical training may substitute at an equivalent rate for the required experience.

* See Definition of Terms


LANDSCAPE DESIGNER

Exempt (TEAMS or USPS)
Job Code 000922
Effective 1/8/03
CBU 35
FLSA Included N
EEO Category 03
Pay Grade 22

Type of Work
This is work planning and designing landscape projects and/or conducting horticultural, hydrologic, and agronomic programs.

Examples of Work (not all inclusive)

  • Prepares site plans, working drawings, specifications and cost estimates for landscape design projects.
  • Inspects construction work in progress to insure compliance with landscape specifications and to approve quality of material and work.
  • Researches and determines the various types of trees, shrubs, and ground covers best suited for the area.
  • Provides technical assistance to project engineers or maintenance employees in the proper care of trees, shrubs, ground covers, and plants.
  • Designs and develops present and long-range landscape plans.
  • Designs and develops sprinkler irrigation projects.

Minimum Qualifications
A high school diploma and four years of appropriate experience. Appropriate college course work or vocational/technical training may substitute at an equivalent rate for the required experience.


LANDSCAPING/GROUNDSKEEPING SUPERINTENDENT

Exempt (TEAMS)
Job Code 001037
Effective 1/8/03
CBU 39
FLSA Included N
EEO Category 05
Pay Grade 24

Type of Work
This is work managing* a landscaping and/or groundskeeping program.

Examples of Work (not all inclusive)

  • Develops and implements operating policies and procedures.
  • Develops plans for landscaping/groundskeeping activities.
  • Directs nursery projects.
  • Provides technical assistance to project engineers, architects, and maintenance on matters related to landscaping/groundskeeping.
  • Insures work activities and project development and completion are consistent with overall landscape scheme, policies, procedures, and legal constraints.
  • Prepares and administers budgets for department.
  • Prepares reports on departmental activities.

Minimum Qualifications
A high school diploma and five years of appropriate experience. Appropriate college course work or vocational/technical training may substitute at an equivalent rate for the required experience.

*See Definition of Terms


LAUNDRY MANAGER

Exempt (TEAMS or USPS)
Job Code 001007
Effective 1/8/03
CBU 39
FLSA Included N
EEO Category 07
Pay Grade 22

Type of Work
This is work managing* a laundry operation.

Examples of Work (not all inclusive)

  • Recommends and implements operating policies and procedures.
  • Reviews and approves production records, billings, and supply requisitions.
  • Develops and maintains preventive maintenance and safety programs.
  • Insures that laundry operations comply with infection control regulations.

Minimum Qualifications
A high school diploma and four years of appropriate experience. Appropriate college course work may substitute at an equivalent rate for the required experience.

*See Definition of Terms


LAW ENFORCEMENT CAPTAIN

Exempt (TEAMS or USPS)
Job Code 001118
Effective 1/8/03
CBU 39
FLSA Included N
EEO Category 03
Pay Grade 56

Type of Work
This is work managing* law enforcement operations or coordinating all special programs/events for a University Police Department.

Examples of Work (not all inclusive)

  • Plans, organizes, and directs programs for sworn and non sworn personnel.
  • Assumes responsibility for law enforcement activities in the absence of higher level law enforcement administrators.
  • Determines security personnel needs and assignments; serves as liaison with sponsoring organizations for special events.
  • Directs special programs such as the Reserve Officer Program and other Police Auxiliary Programs.
  • Directs the Field Training Officer Program; selects and assigns Field Training Officers to trainees and monitors trainee progress.
  • Assists in budget administration.
  • Pursues, apprehends, and arrests law violators or suspected law violators.

Minimum Qualifications
Must meet the requirements of Chapter 943, Florida Statutes* and have five years of sworn law enforcement or sworn investigative experience. Appropriate college course work or vocational/technical training may substitute at an equivalent rate for the required experience.

*See Definition of Terms


LAW ENFORCEMENT LIEUTENANT

Exempt (TEAMS or USPS)
Job Code 001117
Effective 1/8/03
CBU 39
FLSA Included N
EEO Category 03
Pay Grade 55

Type of Work
This is work assisting in the management* of operations for a designated component of a University Police Department.

Examples of Work (not all inclusive)

  • Assists in developing law enforcement policies and procedures.
  • Advises law enforcement personnel as to new laws, regulations, procedures and assignments.
  • Reviews police activities through personal conferences and/or incident reports.
  • Assists in budget preparation for assigned area(s).
  • Serves as law enforcement liaison with outside law enforcement and other regulatory agencies.
  • Prepares administrative reports.
  • Conducts background and other internal personnel investigations.
  • Pursues, apprehends, and arrests law violators or suspected law violators.

Minimum Qualifications
Must meet the requirements of Chapter 943, Florida Statutes* and have four years of sworn law enforcement or sworn investigative experience. Appropriate college course work or vocational/technical training may substitute at an equivalent rate for the required experience.

*See Definition of Terms


Library Associate I

Exempt (TEAMS Only)
Job Code 001594
Effective 03/30/2007
Pay Grade 22

This is the fourth level of a six-level series.

Performs moderately difficult duties in administering, acquiring, organizing, preserving or interpreting information resources that may support a specialized library, archives or records function.

Responsibilities are complex and performed within a general outline of parameters and employees are generally free to develop their own sequences and methods within the scope of established policies.

Employees at this level exercise a general degree of authority, independence and initiative in prioritizing, decision-making or problem solving – using discretionary judgment.

Analysis of data to solve complex, non-routine problems. Interpretation of general policy and development of instructions for others.

Working knowledge of standard library systems and broad application of specialized library systems.

Knowledge of basic concepts and methodology of a functional area or department, and skill in applying this knowledge in carrying out assignments. Or practical knowledge of technical methods to perform assignments such as carrying out limited projects that involve use of specialized complicated techniques.

Work is performed under general supervision and is subject to periodic review primarily through observation of results and problems identified.

May hire, train, and/or supervise regular staff and/or OPS and student staff.

Contact may be within or outside of the unit/department, as well as with a diverse patron population, to advise on work efforts, interpret guidelines or instructions, elicit opinions or give guidance on the basis of facts to resolve common issues or problems. Questions that require higher-level authority for decision-making are referred to a Supervisor

Minimum Qualifications
Bachelor’s degree and two years of related library experience; or a Master’s degree and one year of related library experience; or any equivalent combination of experience, training and/or education.



Library Associate II

Exempt (TEAMS Only)
Job Code 001595
Effective 03/30/2007
Pay Grade 24

This is the fifth level of a six-level series.

Performs advanced level activities in administering, acquiring, organizing, preserving or interpreting information resources that support a specialized library, archives or records function. Coordinates specialized workflows or the work of the unit/ department by developing and/or directing processes and procedures.

Responsibilities are complex and performed within a general outline of expected results.

Employees at this level exercise a high degree of authority, independence, and initiative in prioritizing, decision-making, and creative problem solving that require careful interpretation and frequent use of discretionary judgment.

Use of independent judgment in planning sequence of major operations and in making decisions from complex alternatives.

Decisions are subject only to general review. Performance may affect the entire functional area or department.

Extensive knowledge and experience with standard library systems and in- depth application of specialized library systems.

Knowledge of a wide range of concepts, principles, and practices in a functional area or department and skill in applying this knowledge to difficult and complex work assignments. Or, a comprehensive, intensive, practical knowledge of a functional area or department and skill in applying this knowledge to the development of new methods, approaches, or procedures.

Work is measured by observation of goal-directed results achieved, and is subject to occasional supervisory review.

Goal-directed implies that the supervisor provides directions for the goals set by the employee.

May hire, train, and/or supervise regular staff and/or OPS and student staff.

Contact may be within or outside of the unit/department, as well as with a diverse patron population, to resolve problems, coordinate and expedite materials/information processing, coordinate and advise on work efforts, interpret guidelines or instructions, elicit opinions or give recommendations to resolve common and uncommon issues or problems. Exceptional circumstances may warrant assistance from a department head or other higher authority.

Minimum Qualifications
Bachelor’s degree and four years of related library experience; or a Master’s degree and two years of related library experience; or any equivalent combination of experience, training and/or education.



Library Associate III

Exempt (TEAMS Only)
Job Code 001596
Effective 03/30/2007
Pay Grade 26

This is the sixth level of a six-level series.

Manages advanced level activities in administering, acquiring, organizing, preserving or interpreting that support a specialized library, archives or records function. Organizes and directs specialized workflows or the work of the unit/ department by developing and/or managing processes and procedures and by establishing priorities and plans.

Responsibilities are highly complex and performed within a general outline of expected results.

Employees at this level exercise an exceptional degree of authority, independence, and initiative in decision-making and creative problem-solving that requires careful interpretation and constant use of discretionary judgment.

Use of independent judgment to develop general objectives and plans; selects course of action from complex alternatives.

Decisions substantially affect functional area or department, and perhaps the Library, both at current time and in the future.

Comprehensive knowledge and experience with standard library systems, and broad-based, in-depth application of specialized library systems.

Mastery of a functional area or department. Applies theories and new developments to problems. Makes recommendations and significantly changes, interprets or develops important policies or programs for a functional area or department

Work is measured by observation of goal-oriented results achieved, and is subject to occasional supervisory review.

Goal-oriented implies that the employee takes the lead in developing goals for the function or department and negotiates these with a supervisor.

May supervise a unit of Library employees with direct responsibility for hiring, training, and evaluating regular staff and OPS and student staff.

Contact may be within or outside of the unit/department, as well as with a diverse patron population, to manage and direct a service or function, assess results, set priorities, provide information and/or reference assistance, resolve problems and coordinate projects. Exceptional circumstances may warrant assistance from a department head or other higher authority.

Minimum Qualifications
Bachelor’s degree and six years of related library experience; or a Master’s degree and three years of related library experience; or any equivalent combination of experience, training and/or education.




LABORATORY ANIMAL TECHNICIAN

Non-exempt (TEAMS or USPS)
Job Code 001088
Effective 1/8/03
CBU 32
FLSA Included Y
EEO Category 05
Pay Grade 14

Type of Work
This is work providing care for animals and animal facilities.

Examples of Work (not all inclusive)
Administers medications and treatment by intramuscular, intraperitoneal, and intravenous injections; administers eyelid intradermal
injections to primates to test for TB.
Follows established procedures to minimize contamination and insure optimum results for researchers.
Under supervision, performs euthanasia by intravenous and intra cardiac injections, and performs autopsies.
Collects specimens for clinical analysis and obtains vital signs.
Recognizes and reports symptoms of specific disease conditions and maintains detailed clinical records.
Monitors health status of post surgical and experimental animals.
Manages breeding colonies.
Provides assistance to researchers.

Minimum Qualifications
A high school diploma and one year of appropriate experience; or certification as Assistant Laboratory Animal Technician or above by the American Association for Laboratory Animal Science. Appropriate college course work or vocational/technical training may substitute at an equivalent rate for the required experience.


LABORATORY ANIMAL TECHNICIAN SUPERVISOR

Non-exempt (TEAMS or USPS)
Job Code 001090
Effective 1/8/03
CBU 37
FLSA Included Y
EEO Category 05
Pay Grade 19

Type of Work

This is work supervising laboratory animal technician* staff.

Examples of Work (not all inclusive)

Participates in and/or coordinates in house training in the care and management of animals.
Consults with research investigators in selection and administration of proper methods and procedures meeting federal regulations.
Assists in developing quality control programs.
Inspects work and housing areas for compliance with established procedures and standards.
Maintains inventory and requisitions supplies and equipment.

Minimum Qualifications

A high school diploma and four years of appropriate experience; or certification as a Laboratory Animal Technologist by American Association for Laboratory Animal Science. Appropriate college course work or vocational/technical training may substitute for the required experience.

*See Definition of Terms


LABORATORY TECHNICIAN

Non-exempt (TEAMS or USPS)
Job Code 000937
Effective 1/8/03
CBU 32
FLSA Included Y
EEO Category 05
Pay Grade 18

Type of Work

This is work performing established laboratory procedures.

Examples of Work (not all inclusive)

Performs a variety of standard laboratory tests and analyses.
Operates and maintains a variety of laboratory equipment.
Dissects tissues and prepares specimens and samples for study.
Performs field work by gathering data and collecting samples.
Assists in embalming human bodies.
Collects and organizes data and documents results.

Minimum Qualifications

A high school diploma and two years of appropriate experience. Appropriate college course work or vocational/technical training may substitute at an equivalent rate for the required experience.


LABORER

Non-exempt (TEAMS or USPS)
Job Code 001031
Effective 1/8/03
CBU 32
FLSA Included Y
EEO Category 07
Pay Grade 10

Type of Work

This is work performing unskilled labor or applying unrestricted use pesticides.

Examples of Work (not all inclusive)

Spreads sand, gravel, and asphalt to road foundations; fills potholes.
Polices grounds and picks up, loads, and hauls trash.
Loads and unloads trucks of equipment and supplies.
Inspects buildings and adjacent grounds for pest infestations and reports areas of concern.
Moves furniture and heavy equipment.
Applies unrestricted use pesticides which are pre mixed or have pre established recipes.
Performs groundskeeping tasks.

Minimum Qualifications

Completion of the ninth grade.


LABORER SUPERVISOR

Non-exempt (TEAMS or USPS)
Job Code 001032
Effective 1/8/03
CBU 37
FLSA Included Y
EEO Category 07
Pay Grade 15

Type of Work

This is work supervising* Laborers.

Examples of Work (not all inclusive)

Oversees relocation activities.
Coordinates the set up and breakdown of facilities for events.
Evaluates individual project needs.
Maintains adequate supplies and workable equipment.

Minimum Qualifications

A high school diploma and one year of appropriate experience. Appropriate vocational/technical training may substitute at an equivalent rate for the required experience.

*See Definition of Terms


LANDSCAPING/GROUNDSKEEPING SUPERVISOR

Non-exempt (TEAMS or USPS)
Job Code 001035
Effective 1/8/03
CBU 37
FLSA Included Y
EEO Category 07
Pay Grade 19

Type of Work

This is work supervising* landscaping/groundskeeping employees.

Examples of Work (not all inclusive)

Oversees the performance of soil sampling and inspection of foliage for disease.
Implements horticulture programs for fertilization, irrigation, weed and pest control.
Coordinates the propagation of nursery stock and the tagging and processing of stock for moving.
Implements landscape projects.
Insures the maintenance of tools and equipment.
Assists in maintaining plant inventory.
Maintains and renews the departmental seed collection.
Coordinates irrigation related activity, including drain tile, pipe, pump, valve, and time installation and maintenance.

Minimum Qualifications

A high school diploma and three years of appropriate experience. Appropriate college course work or vocational/technical training may substitute at an equivalent rate for the required experience.

*See Definition of Terms


LAUNDRY SERVICE SPECIALIST

Non-exempt (TEAMS or USPS)
Job Code 001005
Effective 1/8/03
CBU 32
FLSA Included Y
EEO Category 07
Pay Grade 13

Type of Work

This is work performing one or more specialized* laundry operations.

Examples of Work (not all inclusive)

Constructs, mends, repairs, and alters uniforms, undergarments, and protective equipment; stores inventories and/or disburses uniforms and related equipment.
Coordinates the laundering of athletic practice and game clothes.
Oversees the laundry processing of linen goods for a teaching hospital.
Trains employees in methods of performing tasks and operating machinery for cleaning and repair of articles.
Instructs in the weighing, recording, and shipping of clean linen.
Performs minor maintenance and insures proper operating conditions of cleaning equipment.
Maintains logs/records and requisitions supplies.

Minimum Qualifications

A high school diploma and one year of appropriate experience. Appropriate college course work may substitute at an equivalent rate for the required experience.

* See Definition of Terms


LAW ENFORCEMENT CORPORAL

Non-exempt (TEAMS or USPS)
Job Code 001115
Effective 1/8/03
CBU 36
FLSA Included Y
EEO Category 07
Pay Grade 53

Type of Work

This is work assisting a Law Enforcement Sergeant.

Examples of Work (not all inclusive)

Provides direction in securing a crime scene.
Coordinates the collection, preservation and chain of custody for evidence.
Applies for arrest warrants and appears in court as needed.
Assists in coordinating special assignments including surveillance operations.
Assumes full supervisory responsibilities in the absence of Shift Field Supervisor Sergeant).
Reviews, evaluates, and/or prepares reports.

Minimum Qualifications

Must meet the requirements of Chapter 943, Florida Statutes*, and have two years of sworn law enforcement experience, and for promotional appointments, successful completion of the Board of Education’ written test for this class. Appropriate college course work or vocational/technical training may substitute at an equivalent rate for the required experience.

*See Definition of Terms


LAW ENFORCEMENT INVESTIGATOR

Non-exempt (TEAMS or USPS)
Job Code 001119
Effective 1/8/03
CBU 36
FLSA Included Y
EEO Category 07
Pay Grade 54

Type of Work

This is work conducting criminal investigations.

Examples of Work (not all inclusive)

Initiates criminal, civil, and other offense investigations.
Interviews victims and witnesses.
Processes crime scenes for evidence.
Submits evidence for analysis.
Develops a suspect list; locates and interrogates suspects.
Prepares written investigative case reports for prosecution in criminal and/or administrative proceedings.
Pursues, apprehends, and arrests law violators or suspected law violators.

Minimum Qualifications

Must meet Florida statutory and Administrative Code requirements. Must meet the requirements of Chapter 943, Florida Statutes*, and have three years of sworn law enforcement, sworn investigations, or fire and arson investigations experience, and for promotional appointments, successful completion of the Board of Education’ written test for this class. Appropriate college course work or vocational/technical training may substitute at an equivalent rate for the required experience.

*See Definition of Terms


LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICER

Non-exempt (TEAMS or USPS)
Job Code 001114
Effective 1/8/03
CBU 36
FLSA Included Y
EEO Category 07
Pay Grade 52

Type of Work

This is work performing university sworn law enforcement duties.

Examples of Work (not all inclusive)

Patrols assigned area(s) to insure the personal safety of the university populace and to provide protection and security to facilities.
Directs traffic.
Investigates accidents, complaints, disturbances, and law violations by interviewing complainants, suspects, and witnesses; secures incident area; and collects and preserves evidence.
Pursues, apprehends, and arrests law violators and suspected law violators.
Issues traffic warnings and citations.
Controls crowds during special events, catastrophes, riots, and demonstrations.
Provides armed escort for university monies.

Minimum Qualifications

Must meet Florida statutory and Administrative Code requirements. Must meet the requirements of Chapter 943, Florida Statutes*, and have one year of law enforcement experience. Two years of military or other appropriate experience may substitute for the required one year of law enforcement experience. Appropriate college course work or vocational/ technical training may substitute at an equivalent rate for the required experience.

*See Definition of Terms


LAW ENFORCEMENT SERGEANT

Non-exempt (TEAMS or USPS)
Job Code 001116
Effective 1/8/03
CBU 36
FLSA Include Y
EEO Category 07
Pay Grade 54

Type of Work

This is work supervising* law enforcement operations on an assigned shift; law enforcement operations on a branch campus; or a specialized* law enforcement function.

Examples of Work (not all inclusive)

Conducts roll call briefings prior to field assignments.
Submits written or oral reports.
Receives complaints from and/or against shift personnel.
Serves as Field Supervisor to assigned law enforcement personnel.
Instructs law enforcement personnel in operational procedures.
May assume Command Officer responsibility for a shift.
May develop, coordinate, and/or deliver in service law enforcement training.
May act as public information officer.

Minimum Qualifications

Must meet Florida statutory and Administrative Code requirements. Must meet the requirements of Chapter 943, Florida Statutes*, and have three years of sworn law enforcement or sworn investigation experience, and for promotional appointments, successful completion of the Board of Education’ written test for this class. Appropriate college course work or vocational/technical training may substitute at an equivalent rate for the required experience.

*See Definition of Terms


LIBRARY TECHNICAL ASSISTANT

Non-exempt (TEAMS or USPS)
Job Code 000919
Effective 1/8/03
CBU 31
FLSA Included Y
EEO Category 05
Pay Grade 16

Type of Work

This is work performing paraprofessional* library tasks.

Examples of Work (not all inclusive)

Works at a circulation desk.
Advises patrons on the location of materials and/or the use of automated search systems.
Performs routine bibliographic searches in a specific area of cataloging and/or acquisition; reviews and edits catalog records.
Prepares catalog cards and processes materials for collections; maintains assigned collection card catalog, shelf list, or data base.
Processes interlibrary loan transactions and maintains relevant files.
Maintains statistical records for a library program.
Receives and processes serials, periodicals and journals and prepares for binding.

Minimum Qualifications

A high school diploma and two years of appropriate experience. Appropriate college course work or vocational/technical training may substitute at an equivalent rate for the required experience.

* See Definition of Terms


LIBRARY TECHNICAL ASSISTANT SUPERVISOR

Non-exempt (TEAMS or USPS)
Job Code 000921
Effective 1/8/03
CBU 37
FLSA Included Y
EEO Category 05
Pay Grade 19

Type of Work

This is work supervising* paraprofessional* library staff.

Examples of Work (not all inclusive)

Assists in the selection of materials for the assigned collection area(s).
Insures the integrity of automated data bases.

Minimum Qualifications

A high school diploma and five years of appropriate experience. Appropriate college course work or vocational/technical training may substitute on an equivalent basis for the required experience.

*See Definition of Terms



Library Assistant I

Non-exempt (TEAMS)
Job Code 001591
Effective 11/02/2006
FLSA Included Y
Pay Grade 16

This is the first level of a six-level series.

Performs basic tasks in acquiring, organizing, preserving or interpreting information resources that support specific library, archives or records processes.

Responsibilities are straightforward and performed within a well-defined, highly structured, prescribed set of parameters

Employees at this level exercise limited independent judgment in determining methods or procedures to be used in making minor decisions.

Limited knowledge and application of standard or specialized library systems.

Knowledge of routine or repetitive tasks or operations which typically includes following step-by-step instructions and requires little or no previous training or experience or skill to operate basic equipment.

Work is performed under close and direct supervision.

May assist in training and/or monitoring of OPS and student staff.

Contact may be limited to the unit/department or within Libraries to expedite the processing of materials and information. May have contact with a diverse patron population to provide general information about unit or general library operations and services.

Minimum Qualifications
High School diploma or GED and six months of library or related clerical / customer service experience.


Library Assistant II

Non-exempt (TEAMS)
Job Code 001592
Effective 03/30/2007
FLSA Included Y
Pay Grade 18

This is the second level of a six-level series.

Performs basic tasks in acquiring, organizing, preserving or interpreting information resources that support a narrow range of library, archives or records processes.

Responsibilities are of limited complexity and performed within a defined, structured, prescribed set of parameters.

Employees at this level exercise some discretion in selecting alternative work methods or in rendering independent judgments – within a limited range of choices.

Analysis of data by generally established routines. Performance of tasks from general instructions.

General knowledge and limited application of standard or specialized library systems.

Knowledge of a body of standardized rules, procedures or operations requiring significant training and/or experience to perform the full range of standard assignments and resolve recurring problems. Or, skill, acquired through significant training and experience, to operate varied equipment.

Work is performed under direct supervision and is controlled by routine review, and report to or consult with supervisors.

May hire, train, and/or supervise OPS and student staff, Library Assistant I staff.

Contact may be within the unit/department or within defined other Library departments, as well as with a diverse patron population, to provide information, explain services, policies or procedures, and to receive information necessary to complete work assignments. Questions that require interpretation or are not easily resolved might require referral to a Supervisor.

Minimum Qualifications
High School diploma or GED and 2 years of library or related clerical / customer service experience; or a Bachelors degree.


Library Assistant III

Non-exempt (TEAMS)
Job Code 001593
Effective 12/22/2006
FLSA Included Y
Pay Grade 20

This is the third level of a six-level series.

Performs moderately difficult duties in acquiring, organizing, preserving or interpreting information resources that support a narrow range of library, archives, or records processes.

Responsibilities are multifaceted and performed within prescribed set of parameters.

Normal assignments may include responsibility for opening or closing a facility, branch or department.

Employees at this level exercise a moderate amount of independent judgment in developing their own work sequences and in selecting alternative work methods – within a range of choices.

Research and analysis of data pertaining to problems of a routine nature.

Familiarity with and limited application of standard or specialized library systems.

Knowledge of an extensive body of rules, procedures or operations requiring extended training and/or experience to perform a wide variety of interrelated or non-standard assignments and resolve a wide range of problems. Or, practical knowledge of standard procedures in a functional area or department.

Work is performed under general supervision and is periodically reviewed for progress and conformance to established policies and requirements.

May hire, train, and/or supervise OPS and student staff, Library Assistant I and Assistant II staff.

Contact may be within or outside of the unit/department, as well as with a diverse patron population, to explain ideas and concepts, answer questions, provide information/data, and solve routine problems. Questions that require interpretation or are not easily resolved might require referral to a Supervisor.

Minimum Qualifications
High School diploma or GED and 4 years of library or related clerical / customer service experience; or a Bachelors degree and one year of library or related clerical / customer service experience.


LICENSED PRACTICAL NURSE

Non-exempt (TEAMS or USPS)
Job Code 000974
Effective 1/8/03
CBU 33
FLSA Included Y
EEO Category 05
Pay Grade 18

Type of Work

This is work providing practical nursing services to patients under the direction of a licensed medical professional.

Examples of Work (not all inclusive)

Performs initial assessments of patients.
Performs routine diagnostic tests and procedures such as taking vital signs, changing sterile dressings, and giving irrigations and enemas.
Administers medication and prepares intravenous set ups.
Reports any unusual symptoms of patients.
Provides documentation to and updates patient records.
Prepares and administers hypodermic injections as ordered by an attending physician.

Minimum Qualifications

Licensed as a practical nurse in accordance with Chapter 464, Florida Statutes*, or eligible to practice nursing in accordance with Section 210, Florida Administrative Code*.

*See Definition of Terms


LOCKSMITH

Non-exempt (TEAMS or USPS)
Job Code 001038
Effective 1/8/03
CBU 32
FLSA Included Y
EEO Category 06
Pay Grade 19

Type of Work

This is work maintaining* locks, keys, and related equipment.

Examples of Work (not all inclusive)

Installs locksets and exit devices.
Repairs and opens locks, makes keys, and changes lock combination using hand tools and special equipment.
Disassembles locks and repairs or replaces pins, springs, and other parts.
Cuts new or duplicate keys by using key cutting machine.
Keeps records of locks and keys.
Moves lock pick in cylinder to open door locks without key.
Establishes and maintains master keying submaster systems.

Minimum Qualifications

Completion of an approved locksmith apprenticeship program; or a high school diploma and two years of appropriate experience. Appropriate vocational/technical training may substitute at an equivalent rate for the required experience.

* See Definition of Terms