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Ten Factors in Job Evaluation

The 10 factors in the civil service Job Evaluation Exercise were outlined yesterday. Jane Curran, director for Civil Service Reform Management Unit, outlined the factors at the consultation with teachers
23 Aug 2017 11:38
Ten Factors  in Job  Evaluation
Fiji Men’s Prime Minister’s XIII full-back Josua Waqavesi in action against the Australian Prime Minister’s XIII at ANZ Stadium in Suva on October 11, 2019 . Photo: Ronald Kumar

The 10 factors in the civil service Job Evaluation Exercise were outlined yesterday.

Jane Curran, director for Civil Service Reform Management Unit, outlined the factors at the consultation with teachers in Suva.

They are:
• Education – required for the job, not held by the person. If the person holds higher qualifications than that required, there is no
additional pay for that – these people should perform better and will therefore be rewarded though performance assessment
• Experience – as required for the job
• Complexity – the level of predictability of the job
• Scope – an extension of education and experience, breadth of control of staff and resources
• Problem Solving – the nature of judgement required, how available are rules and guidelines
• Freedom to Act – the extent to which there is supervision or guidance under normal circumstances
• Impact of Decisions – assuming competence (not what happens if it is wrong), the effect on the organisation of decisions made
• Interpersonal Skills – nature and degree of contact with personnel, clients, stakeholders and the general public
• Authorities – formal authority of the position to spend money and hire or fire staff
• People Management – supervision and management of staff (while enrolment is not a factor, it is linked to staff numbers)

Edited by Ranoba Baoa
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