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Title Details

Title Information

Position Class Public Policy Analyst I
Position Class Code FF211
Job Family Compliance
Job Family Description

Employees are responsible for ensuring the university’s compliance with all laws and regulations while it pursues its strategic and operational goals.

Sub-Family Policy Analysis and Advocacy
Sub-Family Description

Employees in this subfamily are responsible for researching public policy and providing analysis and insight for external and internal groups. Employees draw upon experience in the field and academic expertise to provide reports and recommendations on a variety of policy questions. Employees may advocate a particular policy on behalf of the university or one of its institutes or departments.

Stream Individual Contributor
Stream Description

This career stream typically includes non-supervisory staff responsible for utilizing learned knowledge to provide impactful work output to the organization. An individual contributor (IC) is defined as an individual responsible for tasks, duties, assignments and projects ranging in complexity and often requiring analysis. Experience and knowledge is brought to the position, with lower level staff learning additional skills on the job. IC staff typically report to employees in the Management career stream, with higher level incumbent contributors reporting to Executives in an advisory or expert capacity. While individual contributors are not responsible for the formal supervision of staff, they may lead project teams or provide coaching and delegation of work to other employees.

Level Level 1
Level Description

• Typically reports to a Level 2 or 3 Manager
• Individual contributor representing the most common entry point for this career stream; typically works under direct supervision
• Applies learned knowledge to perform tasks
• Explains facts, policies and practices related to area and exchanges information
• May influence others within own area through explanation of facts, policies and practices

Job Classification Minimum Qualifications

Qualified candidates will hold a Bachelor’s degree in an appropriate area of specialization. Degree must be conferred by the start date of the position. Degree requirements may be substituted with an equivalent combination of education, training and experience.

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