Prog/Analyst Spec Job Description


This is my personal interpretation of Cornell's job description for my position -- Selden.


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This job title summary is intended to indicate the kinds of tasks and levels of work complexity that will be required of positions classified in this title and is not intended to be construed as declaring the specific duties and responsibilities of any particular position. The use of particular expressions or illustrations describing functions within a specific job title does not exclude other duties of a similar kind and/or level of complexity. Positions are classified to a particular job title based upon the predominant level of expected work complexity. Please note that this role description is provided to assist with classifications. It is not anticipated that this position will have a 100% match with any particular role description.

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COMPUTER/TECHNICAL: The work in this title includes responsibilities in the following areas at various levels of complexity.


PROG/ANALYST SPEC - 10748


FACTOR PROFILE PROG/ANALYST SPEC
MINIMUM EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE EQUIVALENCY
  • Bachelor's degree; more than 5 year and less than 7 years experience
  • IMPACT
  • Substantial impact
  • CONTACTS .
    Inside
  • Persuade others to take particular course of action
  • Coordinate major activities
  • Outside
  • Develop and make presentations and negotiate with others
  • Students
  • Limited contact
  • SUPERVISION
  • Provide on-the-job training, guidance, advice and counsel to other employees in the group and others in a similar position
  • COMPLEXITY
  • Continually required to develop new innovative solutions, services, products, processes, & programs.
  • Work requires conceptual and imaginative thinking in a highly complex environment
  • LEVEL OF DECISION MAKING
  • Assist in and influence decisions concerning policysetting, research, planning, or students
  • EFFECT OF DECISION MAKING
  • Directly effects several depts within a college
  • Significant effect on students and employees
  • FREEDOM OF ACTION
  • Very general supervision
  • Interpretation of work policies and procedures, and, at times deviation from standard work practice
  • WORKING CONDITIONS
  • Normal working conditions, including limited or no exposure to hazardous conditions/materials/ equipment. Safety gear may sometimes be required

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