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Compensation Models

CJS Compensation - Staff

The Central Job System is a classification system that functions to:

  1. Ensure a fair, sound, and systematic approach to wage and salary administration;
  2. Recognize job performance, offer career development to qualified employees, be readily understood and easily administered, and allow for ongoing, continuous change in line with market trends; and
  3. Achieve the UCM goals and strategies as it meets the UCM commitment to internal equity, external competitiveness, and equal employment opportunity and its commitment to attract, retain, and motivate employees.

The CJS evaluates accurate position descriptions based on certain criteria that are assigned points by the evaluator. The total points accumulated determines where positions are classified in the CJS and how much compensation or gross pay each position will receive.

Criteria for Measurement
Pay Table


Compensation - Faculty

Fall 2014 Salary Model
Fall 2015 Salary Model
Fall 2016 Salary Model
Fall 2017 Salary Model
Fall 2018 Salary Model

Approved Market Disciplines

Harmon College of Business and Professional Studies
Datasource/Benchmark: Market is based upon AACSB salary survey for each discipline area and academic rank. The target benchmark is based on 40 comprehensive, public accredited institutions.

College of Health, Science, and Technology
Datasource/Benchmark: Varies by discipline.

Updated Spring 2018