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1 Class Specifications Urbana-Champaign Campus Position Class Code Position Title ACCOUNTANT I ACCOUNTANT II 0012 ACCOUNTANT III 0023 ACCOUNTANT IV 0037 ADMINISTRATOR II, FOOD SERVICE 0038 ADMINISTRATOR III, FOOD SERVICE 0039 ADMINISTRATOR IV, FOOD SERVICE 0041 ADMINISTRATOR II, HOSPITAL 0042 ADMINISTRATOR III, HOSPITAL 0043 ADMINISTRATOR I, HOUSING 0045 ADMINISTRATOR III, HOUSING 0046 ADMINISTRATOR, IV HOUSING 0048 ADMINISTRATOR I, SPACE 0049 ADMINISTRATOR II, SPACE 0050 ADMINISTRATOR III, SPACE 0051 ADVISER I, FINANCIAL AID 0052 ADVISER II, FINANCIAL AID 0053 ADVISER III, FINANCIAL AID 0054 ADVISER IV, FINANCIAL AID 0058 AIDE, ADMINISTRATIVE 0062 ADMINISTRATOR I, SYSTEMS 0063 ADMINISTRATOR II, SYSTEMS 0064 ADMINISTRATOR III, SYSTEMS 0065 ADMINISTRATOR IV, SYSTEMS 0081 AIDE I, METEOROLOGICAL 0082 AIDE II, METEOROLOGICAL 0101 ANALYST I, COMPUTER UTILIZATION 0103 ANALYST I, DATA PROCESSING 0104 ANALYST II, DATA PROCESSING 0105 ANALYST III, DATA PROCESSING 0108 ANALYST III, PROCEDURES AND SYSTEMS 0113 ANALYST, SCIENTIFIC 0116 APPLICATIONS PROGRAMMER I 0117 APPLICATIONS PROGRAMMER II 0146 PLANNER I, CAMPUS 0147 PLANNER II, CAMPUS 0170 ARTIST, SCIENTIFIC 0171 ASSISTANT I, ADMINISTRATIVE 0172 ASSISTANT II, ADMINISTRATIVE 0185 ASSISTANT, BROADCASTING PROGRAM 0193 ASSISTANT, COSTUMER 0195 ASSISTANT, CHILD CARE 0205 ASSISTANT, EDITORIAL 0215 ASSISTANT, ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING 0236 ASSISTANT, FOODS LABORATORY 0238 ASSISTANT, GOLD COURSE PRO-SHOP 0240 ASSISTANT I, HOME ECONOMICS STAFF

2 0241 ASSISTANT II, HOME ECONOMICS STAFF 0242 ASSISTANT III, HOME ECONOMICS 0255 TECHNICIAN I, MEDICAL LABORATORY 0256 TECHNICIAN II, MEDICAL LABORATORY 0258 ASSISTANT, LIBRARY CONSERVATION/PRESERVATION 0265 ASSISTANT, VIDEO PRODUCTION 0274 ASSISTANT, PARALEGAL 0285 ASSISTANT, PHYSICAL SCIENCE STAFF 0290 ASSISTANT, PHYSICAL SCIENCE TECHNICAL 0299 ASSISTANT, PRINTING PRODUCTION 0303 ASSISTANT, PROGRAM ADMINISTRATIVE 0307 OFFICER I, PURCHASING 0308 OFFICER II, PURCHASING 0309 OFFICER III, PURCHASING 0325 ASSISTANT, RESEARCH ENGINEERING 0335 ASSISTANT, TENNIS PRO-SHOP 0340 ASSISTANT, TRAINING 0346 ASSISTANT IN MEDICINE, PHYSICIAN'S 0377 ASSISTANT TO CURATOR OF HERBARIUM 0420 ASSISTANT TO DIRECTOR OF UNIVERSITY UNION 0474 ASSISTANT TO POWER PLANT MECHANICAL ENGINEER 0497 ASSOCIATE, CHILD DEVELOPMENT 0535 ATTENDANT, LIBRARY 0584 AUDITOR I, INTERNAL 0585 AUDITOR II, INTERNAL 0586 AUDITOR III, INTERNAL 0629 BURSAR, ASSISTANT 0728 CHEF, EXECUTIVE 0731 CHEF, PASTRY 0747 CLERK, ADMINISTRATIVE 0764 CLERK, DISTRIBUTION 0919 COOK, TEST KITCHEN 0920 ADMINISTRATIVE COORDINATOR FOR USER SERVICES 0924 COORDINATOR, MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS 0925 COORDINATOR, PRINTING PRODUCTION 0926 COORDINATOR, PROGRAM 0927 COORDINATOR, ASSISTANT PROGRAM 0930 OFFICER III, SAFETY 0931 COORDINATOR, TAX SCHOOL PROGRAM 0949 COORDINATOR OF PARKING AND TRAFFIC 0965 COSTUMER 1004 DESIGNER I, GRAPHIC 1005 DESIGNER II, GRAPHIC 1007 DECORATOR I, INTERIOR 1008 DECORATOR II, INTERIOR 1010 DESIGNER, MUSEUM EXHIBITS 1012 DESIGNER, SENIOR FLORAL 1035 DIRECTOR, DEPUTY 1050 DIRECTOR, TELEVISION PROGRAM 1053 DIRECTOR FOR ILLINI UNION/HSING FOOD SVC, ASSOC 1055 DIRECTOR-PRODUCER, TELEVISION 1069 DIRECTOR OF ASSEMBLY HALL, ASSISTANT

3 1112 DIRECTOR OF NURSING 1122 COORDINATOR OF PUBLIC INFORMATION 1128 OFFICER IV, PURCHASING 1147 DIRECTOR OF UNIVERSITY UNION, ASSISTANT 1160 DISPATCHER, CENTRAL RECEIVING STATION 1188 DRAFTSMAN 1194 DRAFTSMAN I, ARCHITECTURAL 1195 DRAFTSMAN II, ARCHITECTURAL 1198 DRAFTSMAN, CHIEF ARCHITECTURAL 1212 DRAFTSMAN I, ENGINEERING 1213 DRAFTSMAN II, ENGINEERING 1216 DRAFTSMAN, CHIEF ENGINEERING 1224 DRAFTSMAN-ILLUSTRATOR I, TECHNICAL 1225 DRAFTSMAN-ILLUSTRATOR II, TECHNICAL 1252 EDITOR, ASSISTANT MATHEMATICS 1254 SPECIALIST, PUBLIC INFORMATION 1256 EDITOR, PUBLICATIONS 1259 EDITOR, TECHNICAL 1319 ENGINEER, CHIEF BROADCASTING 1320 ENGINEER, ASSISTANT CHIEF BROADCASTING 1329 ENGINEER, ASSISTANT CHIEF BLDG OPERATING 1330 ENGINEER, CHIEF BUILDING OPERATING 1333 ENGINEER, CHIEF 1337 ENGINEER III, CIVIL 1338 ENGINEER II, CIVIL 1339 ENGINEER I, CIVIL 1346 ENGINEER III, ELECTRICAL 1347 ENGINEER II, ELECTRICAL 1348 ENGINEER I, ELECTRICAL 1356 ENGINEER, ELECTRONICS 1365 ENGINEER, CHIEF INSTRUCTIONAL MEDIA SYSTEMS 1367 ENGINEER, INSTRUMENT AND EFFICIENCY 1368 ENGINEER, ASSISTANT INSTRUMENT AND EFFICIENCY 1384 ENGINEER III, MECHANICAL 1385 ENGINEER II, MECHANICAL 1386 ENGINEER I, MECHANICAL 1420 ENGINEER, POWER PLANT MECHANICAL 1427 COORDINATOR I, CONSTRUCTION PROJECT 1462 ESTIMATOR 1465 ESTIMATOR, PRINTING 1493 EXPEDITER, PUBLICATIONS PRODUCTION 1499 FACILITATOR, SPECIAL EVENTS - OFC OF THE PRES 1524 CHIEF, BATTALION FIRE 1568 FOREMAN, AIRCRAFT SHOP 1584 FOREMAN, BINDERY WORKER 1600 FOREMAN, BUILDING SERVICE 1684 FOREMAN, GARAGE 1690 FOREMAN, GROUNDS 1725 FOREMAN, LABORER-ELECTRICIAN 1733 FOREMAN, LOCKSMITH 1740 FOREMAN, MACHINIST 1748 OPERATOR/EXPEDITOR III, MAILING EQUIPMENT

4 1820 FOREMAN, STEAM DISTRIBUTION 1836 FOREMAN, WATER STATION 1841 SUB-FOREMAN, AIRCRAFT SHOP 1848 SUB-FOREMAN, BUILDING SERVICE 1876 SUB-FOREMAN, GARAGE 1884 SUB-FOREMAN, GROUNDS 1914 SUB-FOREMAN, MACHINIST 1954 SUB-FOREMAN, STEAM DISTRIBUTION 1990 GARDENER, LANDSCAPE 1998 GLASS BLOWER I 1999 GLASS BLOWER II 2000 GLASS BLOWER, SUPERVISING 2128 HORTICULTURIST 2132 HOST/HOSTESS, DINING ROOM 2133 HOUSEKEEPER 2135 REPRESENTATIVE, HUMAN RESOURCE 2136 OFFICER, HUMAN RESOURCE 2137 MANAGER, HUMAN RESOURCE ASSISTANT 2138 MANAGER, HUMAN RESOURCE 2161 COORDINATOR, BUILDING MAINTENANCE 2186 OFFICER I, SAFETY 2190 INTERPRETER FOR THE DEAF & HARD OF HEARING 2257 ADMINISTRATOR I, MEDICAL RECORDS 2260 ADMINISTRATOR II, MEDICAL RECORDS 2261 ADMINISTRATOR III, MEDICAL RECORDS 2272 ATTENDANT, CHIEF FLIGHT LINE 2338 MANAGER, BOOKSTORE 2342 MANAGER, ASSISTANT BOOKSTORE 2350 MANAGER, BOWLING AND BILLIARD CENTER 2374 MANAGER II, BUSINESS 2375 MANAGER I, BUSINESS 2377 MANAGER, DATA PROCESSING OPERATIONS 2378 MANAGER, FACILITIES 2379 MANAGER, ASSISTANT FACILIITIES 2385 MANAGER, FEED MILL PLANT 2390 MANAGER, FOOD PRODUCTION 2392 MANAGER, ASSISTANT FOOD PRODUCTION 2399 MANAGER, ASSISTANT FOOD SERVICE 2403 MANAGER, GOLF COURSE PRO-SHOP 2408 MANAGER, LABORATORY 2419 MANAGER, MAILING SERVICES 2420 MANAGER, MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS 2451 MANAGER, PROCEDURES AND SYSTEMS 2452 MANAGER, SOFTWARE SITE LICENSING 2457 MANAGER, TRAFFIC 2458 SUPERINTENDENT, GOLF COURSE GROUNDS 2459 MANAGER I, VENDING SERVICES 2460 MANAGER II, VENDING SERVICES 2461 MANAGER OF AGRICULTURAL SCIENCES FACILITIES 2465 MANAGER II, CENTRAL STORES 2470 MANAGER OF MICROCOMPUTER SALES AND SERVICE 2473 MANAGER OF PHOTOGRAPHIC LABORATORY

5 2474 MANAGER OF PHOTOGRAPHIC LABORATORY, ASSISTANT 2502 MANAGER OF UNIVERSITY CASHIERING OPERATIONS 2506 MGR OF WORK CTRL CTR FOR BLDG MAINT ALTERATION 2514 MARSHALL, AIRPORT FIRE 2535 MEAT CUTTER 2536 MEAT CUTTER, HEAD 2688 MONITOR/OPR, SEMICONDUCTOR FACILITY CTRL ROOM 2698 NATURALIST 2701 NURSE II, ADMINISTRATIVE 2702 NURSE III, ADMINISTRATIVE 2755 OFFICER I, ADMISSIONS AND RECORDS 2756 OFFICER II, ADMISSIONS AND RECORDS 2757 OFFICER III, ADMISSIONS AND RECORDS 2766 OFFICER, COMPLIANCE 2771 OFFICER, GRADUATE PLACEMENT 2788 POLICE MAJOR 2791 OFFICER, RADIATION SAFETY 2793 OFFICER II, SAFETY 2832 TYPESETTER I 2883 OPERATOR I, INSTRUCTIONAL COMMUNICATIONS TECH 2884 OPERATOR II, INSTRUCTIONAL COMMUNICATIONS TECH 2885 OPERATOR III, INSTRUCTIONAL COMMUNICATIONS TECH 2965 OPERATOR I, REACTOR 2966 OPERATOR II, REACTOR 2996 OPERATOR II, TELEPHONE 3011 OPERATOR AND MECHANIC, MOTOR VEHICLE 3029 PARTICIPANT, WORK PROGRAM 3033 PHARMACIST 3036 PHOTOGRAPHER I 3037 PHOTOGRAPHER II 3038 PHOTOGRAPHER III 3045 PHOTOGRAPHER I, SCIENTIFIC 3046 PHOTOGRAPHER II, SCIENTIFIC 3047 PHOTOGRAPHER III, SCIENTIFIC 3053 ANALYST I, PROCEDURES AND SYSTEMS 3054 ANALYST II, PROCEDURES AND SYSTEMS 3068 POLICE CAPTAIN 3108 PREPATATOR, MUSEUM EXHIBITS 3140 PROGRAMMER I, COMPUTER 3141 PROGRAMMER II, COMPUTER 3142 PROGRAMMER III, COMPUTER 3143 PROGRAMMER IV, COMPUTER 3144 PROGRAMMER I, INSTRUCTIONAL COMMUNICATIONS 3145 PROGRAMMER II, INSTRUCTIONAL COMMUNICATIONS 3150 PROGRAMMER I, SYSTEMS 3151 PROGRAMMER II, SYSTEMS 3152 PROGRAMMER III, SYSTEMS 3172 TECHNICIAN, AVIONICS 3174 TECHNICIAN, MASTER AVIONICS 3193 TECHNICIAN, GROUND FLIGHT SIMULATOR 3253 SECRETARY, ADMINISTRATIVE 3260 SECRETARY, EXECUTIVE

6 3286 SPECIALIST I, COMMUNITY AFFAIRS 3290 SPECIALIST, INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS 3294 SPECIALIST, PUBLICITY-PROMOTION 3296 SPECIALIST, SECURITIES 3300 STATISTICIAN I 3305 SPECIALIST, TECHNICAL SUPPORT 3314 STITCHER, THEATRICAL 3330 SUPERINTENDENT, CONSTRUCTION 3334 SUPERINTENDENT, ELECTRICAL CONSTRUCTION 3338 SUPERINTENDENT, MECHANICAL CONSTRUCTION 3345 SUPERINTENDENT OF AIRPORT OPERATIONS 3346 SUPERINTENDENT OF BUILDING MAINTENANCE 3349 SUPERINTENDENT OF BUILDING SERVICES 3350 SUPERINTENDENT OF BUILDING SERVICES, ASSISTANT 3401 SUPERINTENDENT OF OPERATIONS 3421 SUPERINTENDENT, PRINT SHOP 3422 SUPERINTENDENT OF PRINT SHOP, ASSISTANT 3437 SUPERVISOR, ASSEMBLY HALL PHYSICAL FACILITIES 3438 SUPERVISOR, SPORTS EQUIPMENT 3442 SUPERVISOR, BOOKSTORE DEPARTMENT 3445 SUPERVISOR, BUILDING SERVICE 3473 SUPERVISOR, CUSTODIAL 3474 SUPERVISOR, CHILD DEVELOPMENT 3477 SUPERVISOR, DIGITAL COMPUTER 3490 SUPERVISOR, DUPLICATING SERVICE 3493 SUPERVISOR, EQUIPMENT SERVICE 3498 SUPERVISOR, FOOD SERVICE 3500 SUPERVISOR, FOOD SERVICE AREA 3506 SUPERVISOR, SNACK BAR 3510 SUPERVISOR, GUEST ROOM 3512 SUPERVISOR, GYMNASIUM AND FACILITIES 3514 SUPERVISOR, HOUSING MAINTENANCE 3528 SUPERVISOR, INVENTORY RECORD CONTROL 3552 SUPERVISOR II, MAILING SERVICES 3553 SUPERVISOR I, MAILING SERVICES 3558 TECHNICIAN III, MUSICAL INSTRUMENT 3562 SUPERVISOR I, OFFSET PRINTING 3563 SUPERVISOR II, OFFSET PRINTING 3570 SUPERVISOR, PHARMACY 3582 SUPERVISOR, PUBLIC FUNCTIONS 3587 SUPERVISOR, RESEARCH LABORATORY SHOP 3588 SUPERVISOR, RETAIL SERVICES 3590 SUPERVISOR, SERVICE OFFICE 3606 SUPERVISOR, STORES 3619 SUPERVISOR, TECHNICAL SERVICE 3620 SUPERVISOR, TICKET CONTROL 3621 MANAGER, TRANSPORTATION 3650 SUPERVISOR OF BUILDING CRAFTSMAN 3666 SUPERVISOR OF CLINICAL PATHOLOGY LABORATORY 3668 SPECIALIST IV, COLLECTION 3680 SUPERVISOR OF FIRE PROTECTION 3681 SUPERVISOR OF GRAPHIC DESIGN

7 3685 MANAGER OF SPORTS FACILITIES 3705 MANAGER II, INSURANCE RISK 3706 MANAGER I, INSURANCE RISK 3710 SUPERVISOR OF LABORATORY ANIMAL CARE 3746 MANAGER, CAMPUS PARKING 3750 SPECIALIST, ARCHIVES 3788 THERAPIST II, PHYSICAL 3802 SUPVR OF REHABILITATION EQUIPMENT & FACILITIES 3830 SUPERVISOR OF TELEPHONE MARKETING 3848 TECHNICIAN I, ACCELERATOR 3849 TECHNICIAN II, ACCELERATOR 3850 TECHNICIAN III, ACCELERATOR 3853 TECHNICIAN, ARCHEOLOGICAL 3880 TECHNICIAN I, AUDIO-VISUAL AIDS 3881 TECHNICIAN II, AUDIO-VISUAL AIDS 3882 TECHNICIAN III, AUDIO-VISUAL AIDS 3883 TECHNICIAN, BUILDING OPERATIONS 3885 TECHNICIAN, CENTRAL STERILE SUPPLY 3899 TECHNICIAN I, CRYOGENIC 3900 TECHNICIAN II, CRYOGENIC 3906 TECHNICIAN II, DARKROOM 3907 TECHNICIAN I, DATA PROCESSING EQUIPMENT 3908 TECHNICIAN II, DATA PROCESSING EQUIPMENT 3909 TECHNICIAN III, DATA PROCESSING EQUIPMENT 3924 ANALYST II, COMPUTER UTILIZATION 3925 ANALYST III, COMPUTER UTILIZATION 3964 TECHNICIAN I, ELECTRONICS 3965 TECHNICIAN II, ELECTRONICS 3970 TECHNICIAN I, ENGINEERING 3971 TECHNICIAN II, ENGINEERING 3981 TECHNICIAN II, INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS 3983 TECHNICIAN I, INSTRUMENT AND MEASUREMENT 3984 TECHNICIAN II, INSTRUMENT AND MEASUREMENT 3985 TECHNICIAN III, INSTRUMENT AND MEASUREMENT 3988 TECHNICIAN I, ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH AND SAFETY 3989 TECHNICIAN II, ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH AND SAFETY 3990 TECHNICIAN III, ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH AND SAFETY 3998 TECHNICIAN I, LASER 4008 RADIOGRAPHER I, MEDICAL 4009 RADIOGRAPHER II, MEDICAL 4010 RADIOGRAPHER III, MEDICAL 4014 RADIOGRAPHER V, MEDICAL 4029 TECHNICIAN I, MUSICAL INSTRUMENT 4031 TECHNICIAN II, MUSICAL INSTRUMENT 4062 TECHNICIAN I, PHOTOGRAPHIC 4063 TECHNICIAN II, PHOTOGRAPHIC 4064 TECHNICIAN III, PHOTOGRAPHIC 4080 TECHNICIAN, VETERINARY 4087 TECHNOLOGIST I, ELECTRON MICROSCOPE 4088 TECHNOLOGIST II, ELECTRON MICROSCOPE 4089 TECHNOLOGIST III, ELECTRON MICROSCOPE 4093 TECHNOLOGIST I, MATERIALS

8 4094 TECHNICIAN III, MEDICAL LABORATORY 4097 TECHNOLOGIST III, MEDICAL 4146 THERAPIST I, PHYSICAL 4191 WAITER/WAITRESS 4211 SUPERVISOR, SECURITY GUARD 4257 WORKER, MAINTENANCE 4289 WRITER, EDITORIAL 4299 WRITER-PRODUCER, TELEVISION 4503 DIRECTOR, PROGRAM 4507 COORDINATOR OF PARKING AND TRAFFIC, ASSISTANT 4512 SPECIALIST II, EQUIPMENT 4513 SPECIALIST III, EQUIPMENT 4514 SUPERVISOR, HOUSEKEEPING 4517 AIDE, TEACHER 4520 WORKER, COMMUNITY 4521 PRODUCER/ANNOUNCER I, RADIO/TELEVISION 4523 SUPERVISOR, DATA PROCESSING PRODUCTION CONTROL 4524 TECHNOLOGIST I, RESEARCH 4525 TECHNOLOGIST II, RESEARCH 4526 TECHNOLOGIST III, RESEARCH 4533 ASSISTANT III, MEDICAL LABORATORY 4553 TECHNICIAN I, VETERINARY (ANESTHESIOLOGY) 4554 TECHNICIAN II, VETERINARY (ANESTHESIOLOGY) 4555 OFFICER, RECORDS MANAGEMENT 4556 OFFICER, ASSISTANT RECORDS MANAGEMENT 4558 AUDITOR IV, INTERNAL 4563 TECHNOLOGIST IV, ELECTRON MICROSCOPE 4566 AUDITOR V, INTERNAL 4576 TECHNICIAN, RADIATION SAFETY 4579 TECHNICIAN I, VETERINARY (SURGERY) 4580 TECHNICIAN II, VETERINARY (SURGERY) 4584 SPECIALIST IV, MEDICAL INSURANCE 4587 RADIOGRAPHER IV, MEDICAL 4588 ASSISTANT, ARCHEOLOGICAL 4595 ADMINISTRATOR, EVENTS 4596 ADMINISTRATOR, EVENTS (CONCESSIONS OPERATIONS) 4597 ADMINISTRATOR, EVENTS (CROWD CONTROL) 4598 ADMINISTRATOR, EVENTS (TICKET CONTROL) 4602 COUNSELOR I, BENEFITS 4603 COUNSELOR III, BENEFITS 4611 OFFICER I, EQUAL OPPORTUNITY 4612 OFFICER II, EQUAL OPPORTUNITY 4613 OFFICER III, EQUAL OPPORTUNITY 4622 ASSISTANT, ADVERTISING 4623 MANAGER I, CENTRAL STORES 4627 TECHNICIAN III, ENGINEERING 4641 SPECIALIST III, COMPUTER SYSTEM OPERATIONS 4642 SPECIALIST IV, COMPUTER SYSTEM OPERATIONS 4650 COORDINATOR II, CONTRUCTION PROJECT 4654 TECHNICIAN I, VETERINARY (MEDICINE) 4655 TECHNICIAN II, VETERINARY (MEDICINE) 4656 TECHNICIAN I, VETERINARY (OPHTHALMOLOGY)

9 4657 TECHNICIAN II, VETERINARY (OPHTHALMOLOGY) 4662 MANAGER, ASSISTANT TRANSPORTATION 4665 TECHNOLOGIST I, ANIMAL IMAGING 4666 TECHNOLOGIST II, ANIMAL IMAGING 4667 TECHNOLOGIST III, ANIMAL IMAGING 4668 TECHNOLOGIST IV, ANIMAL IMAGING 4673 MANAGER, AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE 4679 TECHNICIAN I, VETERINARY (DIAGNOSTIC PATHOLOGY) 4680 TECHNICIAN II, VETERINARY (DIAGNOSTIC PATHOLOGY) 4687 COORDINATOR OF OPERATIONS - PRESIDENT'S HOUSE 4690 SPECIALIST I, LABOR RELATIONS 4691 SPECIALIST II, LABOR RELATIONS 4692 SPECIALIST III, LABOR RELATIONS 4695 ASSISTANT, LIBRARY OPERATIONS 4705 SUPERVISOR, DATA PROCESSING TECHNICIAN 4707 MANAGER, DUPLICATING SERVICES 4712 SPECIALIST I, MICROCOMPUTER SUPPORT 4713 SPECIALIST II, MICROCOMPUTER SUPPORT 4714 SPECIALIST III, MICROCOMPUTER SUPPORT 4719 COORDINATOR, RECYCLING 4723 SPECIALIST I, COMMUNICATIONS NETWORK 4724 SPECIALIST II, COMMUNICATIONS NETWORK 4725 SPECIALIST III, COMMUNICATIONS NETWORK 4726 MANAGER, TELECOMMUNICATIONS 4727 MANAGER, ASSISTANT TELECOMMUNICATIONS 4730 SPECIALIST, CHILD CARE RESOURCES 4734 TECHNOLOGIST II, MATERIALS 4737 TECHNICIAN I, VETERINARY (TOXICOLOGY) 4738 TECHNICIAN II, VETERINARY (TOXICOLOGY) 4739 ANALYST I, BUDGET 4740 ANALYST II, BUDGET 4741 ANALYST III, BUDGET 4744 TECHNICIAN I, VETERINARY (PHARMACY) 4745 TECHNICIAN II, VETERINARY (PHARMACY 4746 COORDINATOR, MOLECULAR BEAM EPITAXY FACILITY 4748 SPECIALIST I, TICKET (ATHLETICS) 4749 SPECIALIST II, TICKET (ATHLETICS) 4750 SPECIALIST III, TICKET (ATHLETICS) 4751 SPECIALIST IV, TICKET (ATHLETICS) 4755 SPECIALIST, ACADEMIC CONTRACT 4756 OPERATOR III, REACTOR 4762 DESIGNER, FLORAL 4763 SUPERVISOR, ACADEMIC CONTRACT 4773 AIDE, PROGRAM SERVICES 4778 SPECIALIST I, COMMUNICATIONS SERVICES 4779 SPECIALIST II, COMMUNICATIONS SERVICES 4780 SPECIALIST III, COMMUNICATIONS SERVICES 4794 SPECIALIST, IMMIGRATION 4800 PROFESSIONAL, HUMAN RESOURCES HEALTH CARE 4807 REPRESENTATIVE I, CUSTOMER SERVICE 4808 REPRESENTATIVE II, CUSTOMER SERVICE 4809 REPRESENTATIVE III, CUSTOMER SERVICE

10 4812 COUNSELOR II, BENEFITS 4818 TECHNICIAN III, VETERINARY (MEDICINE) 4822 SPECIALIST, MOTORCYCLE SAFETY 4825 COORDINATOR, MICROCOMPUTER 4826 SPECIALIST I, LOCAL AREA NETWORK SUPPORT 4827 SPECIALIST II, LOCAL AREA NETWORK SUPPORT 4828 ADMNISTRATOR, LOCAL AREA NETWORK 4835 SUPERINTENDENT, ASSISTANT GOLF COURSE GROUNDS 4836 CHEF, ASSISTANT PASTRY 4843 ADVISOR, CATERING FOREMAN, AGRICULTURAL GARDENER ST. CHARLES FOREMAN, FARM WARREN WORKER, FIELD N E AGRON RES LAB CLERK, ADMINISTRATIVE ALLERTON HOUSE HOUSEKEEPER ALLERTON HOUSE MANAGER I, BUSINESS ALLERTON HOUSE MANAGER, FACILITIES ALLERTON HOUSE MANAGER, ASSISTANT FACILITIES ALLERTON HOUSE AIDE, ADMINISTRATIVE DIXON SPRINGS ASSISTANT I, NATURAL SCIENCE LAB DIXON SPRINGS ASSISTANT II, NATURAL SCIENCE LAB DIXON SPRINGS ASSISTANT III, NATURAL SCIENCE LAB DIXON SPRINGS CLERK, STAFF DIXON SPRINGS SECRETARY II DIXON SPRINGS FOREMAN, SUPERVISING FARM DIXON SPRINGS HOUSEKEEPER DIXON SPRINGS SECRETARY IV DIXON SPRINGS WORKER, MAINTENANCE BOND-MONT RD STAT A1560 FOREMAN, AGRICULTURAL GARDENER CARBONDALE A1660 FOREMAN, FARM CARBONDALE B1660 FOREMAN, FARM SHABBONA D1660 FOREMAN, FARM BROWNSTOWN - FAY CTY G0058 AIDE, ADMINISTRATIVE AREA I G0929 COORDINATOR, EXTENSION PROGRAM AREA I G3029 PARTICIPANT, WORK PROGRAM AREA I LOW G4520 WORKER, COMMUNITY AREA I LOW H0058 AIDE, ADMINISTRATIVE AREA II H0929 COORDINATOR, EXTENSION PROGRAM AREA II H3029 PARTICIPANT, WORK PROGRAM AREA II LOW I0058 AIDE, ADMINISTRATIVE AREA III I0929 COORDINATOR, EXTENSION PROGRAM AREA III I3029 PARTICIPANT, WORK PROGRAM AREA III LOW I4520 WORKER, COMMUNITY AREA III LOW K3029 PARTICIPANT, WORK PROGRAM AREA I HIGH L3029 PARTICIPANT, WORK PROGRAM AREA II HIGH M3029 PARTICIPANT, WORK PROGRAM AREA III HIGH T1660 FOREMAN, FARM PIKE COUNTY W1660 FOREMAN, FARM ELWOOD

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