Health Services

Employees are responsible for the physical and psychological well-being of students, faculty and staff through outreach, education and direct health services.

Administrative Operations

Employees in this subfamily are responsible for managing daily operations and coordinating patient care across the Health Services family. Duties do not involve direct patient care.

    N/A - (E4)
N/A - (E3)
N/A - (E2)
N/A - (IC5) N/A - (E1)
N/A - (IC4) N/A - (M4)
N/A - (IC3) N/A - (M3)
N/A - (IC2) N/A - (M2)
Patient Services Associate III (IC1) N/A - (M1)
  N/A - (SS3)  
Patient Services Associate II (SS2)
Patient Services Associate I (SS1)

 

Medical Services

Employees in this subfamily are responsible for providing services to maintain the health and wellness of patients. Responsibilities can include providing diagnosis, treatments, referrals, prevention services, confidential data management or medical administration. This subfamily includes specialists providing medical services requiring licenses and certifications that are not M.D. or D.O. or N.P.

    N/A - (E4)
N/A - (E3)
N/A - (E2)
Physician (IC5) N/A - (E1)
N/A - (IC4) Director, Medical Services (M4)
Poison Information Specialist (IC3) N/A - (M3)
N/A - (IC2) Manager, Student Health Services (M2)
N/A - (IC1) N/A - (M1)
  N/A - (SS3)  
N/A - (SS2)
N/A - (SS1)

 

Mental Health Services

Employees in this subfamily are responsible for providing or facilitating the provision of mental health services. Responsibilities can include performing assessments, crisis intervention, outreach and prevention activities, referral assistance, and individual and group counseling.

  N/A - (E4)
N/A - (E3)
N/A - (E2)
N/A - (IC5)N/A - (E1)
Staff Clinician II  (IC4)N/A - (M4)
N/A - (IC3)Director, Counseling Services (M3)
Staff Clinician I (IC2)Associate Director, Counseling Services (M2)
Staff Clinician Intern/Fellow (IC1)Staff Clinician III (M1)
 N/A - (SS3) 
N/A - (SS2)
N/A - (SS1)

 

Nursing

Employees in this subfamily are responsible for providing nursing care for actual or potential health problems including, but not limited to, observation, assessment, therapeutic treatment, prevention, physical and mental care and comfort, screenings, education and research. Employees coordinate care planning with other disciplines. Duties typically require licensure.

  N/A - (E4)
N/A - (E3)
N/A - (E2)
N/A - (IC5)N/A - (E1)
N/A - (IC4)N/A - (M4)
Nurse Practitioner (IC3)N/A - (M3)
Nurse (IC2)N/A - (M2)
N/A - (IC1)N/A - (M1)
 N/A - (SS3) 
N/A - (SS2)
N/A - (SS1)

 

Professional Psychology

Employees in this subfamily are responsible for providing psychology services. Responsibilities can include performing assessments, diagnosis, crisis intervention, outreach and prevention activities, referral assistance and individual and group counseling. Employees in this subfamily typically require an advanced Psychology degree and licensure.

  N/A - (E4)
N/A - (E3)
N/A - (E2)
N/A - (IC5)N/A - (E1)
Staff Psychologist (IC4)N/A - (M4)
N/A - (IC3)N/A - (M3)
N/A - (IC2)N/A - (M2)
Psychologist Intern / Fellow (IC1)Psychologist - Supervising (M1)
 N/A - (SS3) 
N/A - (SS2)
N/A - (SS1)

 

  • Executive (E): Top university executives and heads of key job families and subfamilies, has an enterprise-wide scope.
  • Manager (M): Managers and supervisors in charge of tactical and operational teams of two or more individuals and responsible for managing a department / function.
  • Individual Contributor (IC): Non-supervisory staff with learned knowledge where discretion and independent judgment are critical job functions.
  • Service & Support (SS): Staff whose primary duties are routine, service-focused, or a craft or skilled trade.