Human Resources

Employees are responsible for all aspects of employee-related activities. This includes talent acquisition, selection and promotion of employees, oversight of employee benefits and wellness programs, development of appropriate personnel policies, the fostering of a positive work environment, management of employee-employer relations, compensation and pay-for-performance initiatives, promotion of career development, and provision of job training.

All Functions

Employees in this subfamily are responsible for all aspects of employee-related activities. This includes talent acquisition, selection and promotion of employees, oversight of employee benefits and wellness programs, development of appropriate personnel policies, the fostering of a positive work environment, management of employee-employer relations, compensation and pay-for-performance initiatives, promotion of career development, and provision of job training.

  N/A - (E4)
Vice President, Human Resources (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)
N/A - (IC1)N/A - (M1)
 N/A - (SS3) 
N/A - (SS2)
N/A - (SS1)

 

Benefits Administration

Employees in this subfamily are responsible for designing, administering and communicating the university’s benefits programs. Employees may provide training to departments on employee benefit programs and workshops on new or amended benefit programs.

    N/A - (E4)
N/A - (E3)
N/A - (E2)
N/A - (IC5) N/A - (E1)
N/A - (IC4) Director, Benefits Administration (M4)
Benefits Administrator / Analyst (IC3) N/A - (M3)
N/A - (IC2) Manager, Benefits Administration (M2)
Benefits Associate II (IC1) Supervisor, Benefits (M1)
  Benefits Associate I (SS3)  
N/A - (SS2)
N/A - (SS1)

 

Compensation

Employees in this subfamily are responsible for developing and administering the university’s compensation policies and programs. Duties include conducting market research; preparing recommendations requiring a broad understanding of compensation techniques, methods and practice; and counseling client partners and managers regarding compensation actions for employees.

    N/A - (E4)
N/A - (E3)
N/A - (E2)
N/A - (IC5) N/A - (E1)
N/A - (IC4) Director, Compensation (M4)
Compensation Consultant II (IC3) N/A - (M3)
Compensation Consultant I (IC2) Manager, Compensation (M2)
Compensation Analyst (IC1) N/A - (M1)
  N/A - (SS3)  
N/A - (SS2)
N/A - (SS1)

 

EEO & Employee Relations

Employees in this subfamily are responsible for overseeing and enforcing university policies with regard to diversity, harassment, discrimination, affirmative action, employee relations and equal opportunity. Typical activities include investigating complaints, training managers and supervisors, and monitoring compliance. Employees are also responsible for overseeing the employee relations function for the university, which includes dispute resolution, investigations and working with managers on resolving key performance problems.

    N/A - (E4)
N/A - (E3)
N/A - (E2)
N/A - (IC5) Top EEO / Employee Relations Officer (E1)
N/A - (IC4) N/A - (M4)
EEO / Employee Relations Manager (IC3) N/A - (M3)
EEO / Employee Relations Associate II (IC2) N/A - (M2)
EEO / Employee Relations Associate I (IC1) N/A - (M1)
  N/A - (SS3)  
EEO / Employee Relations Assistant (SS2)
N/A - (SS1)

 

Health and Wellness

Employees in this subfamily are responsible for managing and administering GW's health and wellness programs for faculty and staff. Duties include developing proposals and feasibility studies in health & wellness, analyzing workforce trends, recommending programs and identifying appropriate solutions related to improving population health based on best practices.

  N/A - (E4)
N/A - (E3)
N/A - (E2)
N/A - (IC5)N/A - (E1)
N/A - (IC4)N/A - (M4)
Health & Wellness Analyst II (IC3)N/A - (M3)
Health & Wellness Analyst I (IC2)N/A - (M2)
N/A - (IC1)N/A - (M1)
 N/A - (SS3) 
N/A - (SS2)
N/A - (SS1)

 

HR Service Delivery

Employees in this subfamily are responsible for providing general human resources support for the university. Duties include serving as HR generalists inside particular departments and schools, and considering problems and initiatives that encompass the entire human resources job family.

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

 

HRIS

Employees in this subfamily are responsible for developing strategies, infrastructure and processes that provide for the timely collection and dissemination of employee data and information, enhanced capacity for distributed reporting, and support of data-driven decision-making related to human resources.

  N/A - (E4)
N/A - (E3)
N/A - (E2)
N/A - (IC5)N/A - (E1)
N/A - (IC4)Director, Human Resources Information Systems (M4)
Human Resources Information Systems Analyst (IC3)N/A - (M3)
N/A - (IC2)Manager, Human Resources Information Systems (M2)
N/A - (IC1)Supervisor, Human Resources Information Systems (M1)
 Human Resources Information Systems Associate (SS3) 
N/A - (SS2)
N/A - (SS1)

 

Multiple Functions

Employees in this subfamily are responsible for managing multiple functions or sub-families within the job family, typically reserved for senior leadership positions with oversight and responsibility for a large organization with a division.

  N/A - (E4)
N/A - (E3)
Associate Vice President, Human Resources (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)
N/A - (IC1)N/A - (M1)
 N/A - (SS3) 
N/A - (SS2)
N/A - (SS1)

 

Operations

Employees in this subfamily are responsible for delivering core HR services to faculty and staff, including parking registration, I-9 processing, notary services, and other transactional items related to employment.

  N/A - (E4)
N/A - (E3)
N/A - (E2)
N/A - (IC5)N/A - (E1)
N/A - (IC4)N/A - (M4)
N/A - (IC3)Manager, Human Resources Operations (M3)
N/A - (IC2)N/A - (M2)
N/A - (IC1)Supervisor, HR Service Center (M1)
 Service Center Associate (SS3) 
N/A - (SS2)
N/A - (SS1)

 

Talent Acquisition

Employees in this subfamily are responsible for the recruitment and onboarding of new employees. Duties include determining recruiting resources and process, screening and interviewing applicants, administering medical examinations and conducting of reference checks. Employees may develop employment advertising, provide for the placement of ads in appropriate national and local media, and coordinate temporary employment needs with employment agencies.

    N/A - (E4)
N/A - (E3)
N/A - (E2)
N/A - (IC5) N/A - (E1)
N/A - (IC4) Director, Talent Acquisition (M4)
Recruitment Partner III (IC3) N/A - (M3)
Recruitment Partner II (IC2) Assistant Director, Talent Acquistion (M2)
Recruitment Partner I (IC1) N/A - (M1)
  N/A - (SS3)  
Recruiting Assistant (SS2)
N/A - (SS1)

 

Talent Development

Employees in this subfamily are responsible for providing learning and development activities meant to develop employees as individuals and planning university wide initiatives meant to increase the effectiveness of the organization as a whole. Duties include needs assessment, performance management, training development, marketing of learning programs, and system/process analysis.

  N/A - (E4)
N/A - (E3)
N/A - (E2)
N/A - (IC5)N/A - (E1)
N/A - (IC4)N/A - (M4)
Organizational Development Consultant (IC3)N/A - (M3)
Learning and Development Associate (IC2)Manager, Learning (M2)
N/A - (IC1)N/A - (M1)
 Learning Coordinator (SS3) 
N/A - (SS2)
N/A - (SS1)

 

Chart Definitions

  • 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.