June 2000 Salary Survey
SECTION 1

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DETERMINING YOUR LEVEL OF RESPONSIBILITY

METHOD 1: JOB EVALUATION GUIDE
(continued)


Job Rating Factors


A. DUTIES
B. EDUCATION
C. EXPERIENCE
D. RECOMMENDATIONS, DECISIONS AND COMMITMENTS
E. SUPERVISION RECEIVED
F. LEADERSHIP AUTHORITY AND/OR SUPERVISION EXERCISED
G. SUPERVISION SCOPE
H. PHYSICAL DEMANDS
I. JOB ENVIRONMENT
J. ABSENCE FROM BASE OF OPERATIONS
K. ACCIDENT AND HEALTH HAZARDS


SAMPLE BENCHMARK JOB DESCRIPTIONS AND CORRESPONDING RATING
s


C. EXPERIENCE (See "Note" in Education on previous page)

Rate the minimum number of years in full-time, permanent engineering, geological or geophysical work and/or work where an engineering, geological or geophysical background was a distinct asset which would normally be required by a person starting the job. Take your count to the nearest whole or half year.

EXP.

POINTS

EXP.

POINTS

EXP.

POINTS

EXP.

POINTS

<1 year

25

 

3 years

45

 

7-8 years

70

 

15-17 years

113

1 year

30

 

4 years

50

 

9-10 years

80

 

18-20 years

125

1 years

35

 

5 years

55

 

11-12 years

90

 

21-24 years

138

2 years

40

 

6 years

60

 

13-14 years

100

 

25 years

150

 

 

 





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