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second posting - Fiqsante.qc.ca
SECOND POSTING
APPLICATION OF THE PAY EQUITY ACT (SECTIONS 75 AND 76)
PAY EQUITY PLAN
OF THE CONSEIL DU TRÉSOR
FOR ALL EMPLOYEES IN THE HEALTH AND SOCIAL SERVICES
SECTOR SCHOOL BOARDS AND COLLEGES SECTOR
REPRESENTED BY CERTIFIED ASSOCIATIONS
AND ALL NON-UNION MEMBER EMPLOYEES IN THE SAME JOB
CLASSES
August 28, 2006
POSTING INFORMATION
You will find below the elements of the second posting required under the Pay Equity Act
(sections 75 and 76). The official version (French) is available on the Internet at the
following address:
http://www.tresor.gouv.qc.ca/en/publications/ress_humaine/condition/equite/parassns_2a.
pdf
An English version is also available at the same address. The document may also be
consulted at the following addresses:
CSN : www.secteurpublic.csn.qc.ca
CSQ : www.csq.qc.net
FIIQ : www.fiiq.qc.ca
FTQ : www.ftq.qc.ca
APTS : www.aptsq.com
FISA : www.fisa.ca
CSD : www.csd.qc.ca
Coming into effect
This posting comes into effect on August 28, 2006, and, in keeping with the Pay Equity
Act, expires on October 26, 2006, 60 days after the beginning of the posting.
Information − observations
Any employee concerned by this posting and wishing to request additional information or
make observations to the Pay Equity Committee, may e-mail the latter at : [email protected]
or send their questions or observations to: Comité d’équité salariale du secteur parapublic
875, Grande Allée Est
Édifice J, RC 05
Québec (Québec) G1R 5R8
Requests for information and observations will be forwarded to all members of the Pay
Equity Committee. Within 30 days following October 26, 2006, the Pay Equity Committee
will prepare a new posting indicating any modification made or will post a notice stating
that no modification is required.
Note that bargaining agents and employer local representatives will, using various means
of communication, help circulate the information contained in this posting.
SECOND POSTING
PAY EQUITY PLAN
OF THE CONSEIL DU TRÉSOR FOR ALL EMPLOYEES IN THE HEALTH AND SOCIAL
SERVICES SECTOR SCHOOL BOARDS AND COLLEGES SECTOR
REPRESENTED BY CERTIFIED ASSOCIATIONS
AND ALL NON-UNION MEMBER EMPLOYEES IN THE SAME JOB CLASSES
Second posting required by the Pay Equity Act
The members of the Pay Equity Committee agreed to proceed with the second posting
according to the provisions of the Pay Equity Act. The documents comprising this posting
are described below.
1. Job classes assessment
The job evaluation system enabled the Pay Equity Committee to assess the
predominantly female and male job classes1 covered by the Pay Equity Plan and to
agreed upon their ranking. The job evaluation system which was agreed by the
representatives comprises the four (4) assessment factors provided for in the section
57 of the Pay Equity Act (required qualifications, responsibilities, efforts required and
conditions under which work is performed) and 17 sub-factors.
The job classes have been classified in 28 rankings according to the points obtained
from the assessment. Rankings begin with the minimum of points a job class can get
(176 points) and there is a constant interval of 29 points:
1
Ranking
1
Range (points)
176 to 204
Ranking
15
Range (points)
582 to 610
2
205 to 233
16
611 to 639
3
234 to 262
17
640 to 668
4
263 to 291
18
669 to 697
5
292 to 320
19
698 to 726
6
321 to 349
20
727 to 755
7
350 to 378
21
756 to 784
8
379 to 407
22
785 to 813
9
408 to 436
23
814 to 842
10
437 to 465
24
843 to 871
11
466 to 494
25
872 to 900
12
495 to 523
26
901 to 929
13
524 to 552
27
930 to 958
14
553 to 581
28
959 to 987
Note that 354 job classes have been identified in the Pay Equity Plan some of which have no predominance (see appendix
2.3 of the first posting). The law does not required to evaluate these job classes.
The appendix A states the ranking of each predominantly male and female job classes
targeted by the plan.
2. Job class comparison and differentials valuation
The comparison of the predominantly female job classes with the predominantly male
job classes is made on a global basis. This method consists to compare each of the
predominantly female job classes with the salary curve developed with the whole
predominantly male job classes included in the plan.
The differentials valuation consists to determine the difference between the
remuneration of the predominantly female job classes and the one dictated by the
earning curve of the predominantly male job classes.
If the hourly basis remuneration of a predominantly female job class assessed at a
given ranking is lower than the remuneration corresponding to the ranking on the
salary curve of the whole predominantly male job classes, the hourly basis
remuneration of this predominantly female job class will be adjusted to reach the
remuneration of the reference curve taken for this ranking. The calculation of the
differentials is made with the maximum salary rates or salary scales. If need be, these
rates are increased with the bonus for which the granting reason has been taken into
account in the assessment of the job classes. Furthermore, each salary scale level is
adjusted with the same percentage.
The salary curve for all of the 142 predominantly male job classes identified by the
Pay Equity Committee is a quadratic2 polynomial type of curve and the mathematical
expression is:
Curve salary rate = 13,64306670 + 0,27129186 ranking + 0,02980806 ranking(2)
3. Compensation adjustments
The appendix A indicates the predominantly female job classes with salary
compensations and the percentage of these compensation adjustments.
4. Terms and conditions of payment of compensation adjustments
The terms and conditions have been established by the employer after consultation
with the Pay Equity Committee (section 69 of the Pay Equity Act).
The Pay Equity Act (section 70) allows that compensation adjustments may be spread
over a maximum period of four (4) years (in five (5) instalments) from November 21,
2001.
2
However, the job classes paid at a single rate receive an adjustment based on this curve taking into account earnings
benefit on a 33 years career.
However, in the event that the employer takes advantage of the section 72 of the Pay
Equity Act and after making a request, the Commission de l’équité salariale agrees that
the compensation adjustments may be spread for a period of seven (7) years, the latter
will be shared out on seven (7) years in eight (8) instalments from November 21,
20013.
The resulting adjustment applies on the salary scale of November 20, 2001 increased,
if need be applying the general raising parameters of January 1, 2002 and of April 1 of
2003, 2006, 2007 and 20083.
5. Employee rights and deadlines
According to section 76 of the Act, within 60 days of a posting, any employee
concerned by the actual plan may, in writing, request additional information or send
observations to the Pay Equity Committee. The committee has 30 days to study and
proceed with a new posting precising any modification made to the second posting or
that no modification is required.
The posting date determining the beginning of the 60-day period is the date appearing
on the Secrétariat du Conseil du trésor website August 28, 2006.
6. First posting copy
The notice following the first posting and the first posting are attached in the
appendix B.
3
However, some situations may require a different annual adjustment:
•
•
If due to rounding effect, compensation adjustment is completely paid before November 21, 2008;
If the salary rate applicable November 21, 2001, or if need be, January 1, 2002, November 21 ,2002, April 1, 2003,
November 21, 2003, November 21, 2004, November 20, 2005, April 1, 2006, November 21, 2006, April 1, 2007,
November 21, 2007 or April 1, 2008 is higher than the applicable rate after addition of the compensation
adjustment or the raising parameter resulting from the terms and conditions above.
APPENDIX A
Appendix A.1 PREDOMINANTLY FEMALE JOB CLASSES - RANKINGS AND SALARY
COMPENSATION
Appendix A.2 PREDOMINANTLY MALE JOB CLASSES - RANKINGS
Appendix A.3 PREDOMINANTLY MIXED (NO PREDOMINANCE) JOB CLASSES
Appendix A.4 PREDOMINANTLY MIXED (NO PREDOMINANCE) JOB CLASSES UNDER
REVISION
________________________________________________________________
N.B. When using the male form it is also includes the female form and vice versa.
APPENDIX A.1
PREDOMINANTLY FEMALE JOB CLASSES - RANKINGS AND SALARY COMPENSATION(1)
Sector
Job position
________________________
_________
3 - Health and Social services
3 - Health and Social services
1108
1110
1120
1555
1556
1562
1563
1705
1853
1863
3 - Health and Social services
1236
3 - Health and Social services
2219
2 - School boards
2112
3 - Health and Social services
3 - Health and Social services
3 - Health and Social services
3 - Health and Social services
3 - Health and Social services
3 - Health and Social services
3 - Health and Social services
3 - Health and Social services
Class
Title
______ ____________________________________________________________________
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Job classes
_____________
Ranking
Adjustment
___________ _____________
PLANNING AND PROGRAMMING OFFICER
6
22
none
SOCIO-ECONOMIC RESEARCH AND PLANNING OFFICER
6
22
none
SOCIAL AND HEALTH PLANNING AND PROGRAMMING OFFICER (D.S.C.)
6
22
none
PLANNING, PROGRAMMING AND RESEARCH OFFICER (R.R.S.S.S.)
6
22
none
RESEARCH OFFICER
6
22
none
PROGRAMMING OFFICER
6
22
none
PROGRAMMING OFFICER (D.S.C.) (E.S.)
6
22
none
SOCIAL AND HEALTH RESEARCH OFFICER
6
22
none
SOCIAL SERVICES PLANNING AND PROGRAMMING OFFICER
6
22
none
SOCIAL PROGRAMS MANAGEMENT SPECIALIST
6
22
none
ASSISTANT HEAD PHYSIOTHERAPIST
11
24
12,21
1
ASSISTANT HEAD RADIOLOGY TECHNOLOGIST
12
18
9,18
0
SPEECH THERAPIST, AUDIOLOGIST, OR HEARING AND LANGUAGE CORRECTION OFFICER
13
22
0,21
13
22
0,21
3 - Health and Social services
1204
0
AUDIOLOGIST-SPEECH THERAPIST (RESERVED TITLE) OR HEARING, SPEECH, LANGUAGE
AND COMMUNICATION THERAPIST
3 - Health and Social services
1254
0
AUDIOLOGIST (RESERVED TITLE) OR HEARING THERAPIST
13
22
0,21
3 - Health and Social services
1255
0
SPEECH THERAPIST (RESERVED TITLE) OR SPEECH, LANGUAGE AND COMMUNICATION
THERAPIST
13
22
0,21
2 - School boards
2103
C261
0
0
MEASUREMENT AND EVALUATION CONSULTANT
14
21
none
MEASUREMENT AND EVALUATION CONSULTANT
14
21
none
2106
1656
0
0
READAPTATION OFFICER (PSYCHOEDUCATOR OR ORTHOPEDAGOGUE)
15
22
2,35
3 - Health and Social services
ORTHO-PEDAGOGIST
15
22
2,35
3 - Health and Social services
1233
0
PHYSIOTHERAPIST (RESERVED TITLE) OR UNIVERSITY GRADUATE FUNCTIONAL
REHABILITATION THERAPIST
16
22
2,35
3 - Health and Social services
1232
0
PHYSIOTHERAPIST (RESERVED TITLE) OR THERAP. FUNCTIONAL REHABILITATION
16
22
2,35
3 - Health and Social services
1234
0
CLINICAL TEACHER, PHYSIOTHERAPY
17
23
7,19
4 - Colleges
2 - School boards
3
APPENDIX A.1
PREDOMINANTLY FEMALE JOB CLASSES - RANKINGS AND SALARY COMPENSATION(1)
Sector
Job position
________________________
_________
Class
Title
______ ____________________________________________________________________
Job classes
_____________
Ranking
Adjustment
___________ _____________
2 - School boards
2115
0
DIETITIAN OR NUTRITION CONSULTANT
18
20
none
3 - Health and Social services
1221
0
PROFESSIONAL DIETITIAN-NUTRITIONIST (RESERVED TITLE) OR UNIVERSITY GRADUATE IN
DIETETICS
19
21
none
3 - Health and Social services
1223
0
PROFESSIONAL DIETITIAN-NUTRITIONIST (RESERVED TITLE) OR UNIVERSITY GRADUATE IN
DIETETICS
19
21
none
3 - Health and Social services
1224
0
PROFESSIONAL DIETITIAN-NUTRITIONIST (RESERVED TITLE) OR UNIVERSITY GRADUATE IN
DIETETICS
19
21
none
3 - Health and Social services
1226
0
NUTRITION COUNSELLOR (WITHOUT INTERNSHIP)
19
21
none
2 - School boards
2116
0
OCCUPATIONAL THERAPIST, PHYSIOTHERAPIST OR REHABILITATION OFFICER
20
22
2,35
20
22
2,35
3 - Health and Social services
1230
0
OCCUPATIONAL THERAPIST (RESERVED TITLE) OR THERAPIST IN FUNCTIONAL
REHABILITATION THROUGH ACTIVITY
3 - Health and Social services
1231
0
OCCUPATIONAL THERAPIST (RESERVED TITLE) OR UNIVERSITY GRADUATE IN THERAPIST
20
22
2,35
3 - Health and Social services
1533
0
TRAINING OFFICER
22
21
none
2 - School boards
2114
C214
0
0
ACADEMIC AND VOCATIONAL INFORMATION COUNSELLOR
29
20
none
4 - Colleges
ACADEMIC AND VOCATIONAL INFORMATION COUNSELLOR
29
20
none
2 - School boards
2140
0
TRANSLATOR
32
19
none
2 - School boards
2119
1242
1243
C203
0
0
0
0
INFORMATION OFFICER
34
20
none
INFORMATION OFFICER
34
20
none
INFORMATION OFFICER (R.R.S.S.S)
34
20
none
INFORMATION OFFICER
34
20
none
2467
2468
2487
2488
1
1
1
1
ASSISTANT HEAD NURSE OF CARE NURSES
37
20
12,53
ASSISTANT HEAD NURSE
37
20
12,53
ASSISTANT TO THE IMMEDIATE SUPERIOR (NURSE) (35 H)
37
20
12,53
ASSISTANT TO THE IMMEDIATE SUPERIOR (NURSE)
37
20
12,53
2458
2459
1
1
TEAM LEADER NURSE (ORGANIZED TEAM WORK) (35 H)
39
19
10,30
TEAM LEADER NURSE (ORGANIZED TEAM WORK)
39
19
10,46
3 - Health and Social services
3 - Health and Social services
4 - Colleges
3 - Health and Social services
3 - Health and Social services
3 - Health and Social services
3 - Health and Social services
3 - Health and Social services
3 - Health and Social services
4
APPENDIX A.1
PREDOMINANTLY FEMALE JOB CLASSES - RANKINGS AND SALARY COMPENSATION(1)
Sector
Job position
________________________
_________
3 - Health and Social services
2462
2463
2464
1
1
1
NURSE EDUCATOR
40
19
8,48
EDUCATOR (35 H)
40
19
8,48
EDUCATOR (35 H)
40
19
8,28
0
1
1
NURSE
41
18
9,39
NURSE (36,25 H)
41
18
9,39
3 - Health and Social services
4206
2471
2474
NURSE (35 H)
41
18
9,39
3 - Health and Social services
2473
1
NURSE - INSTITUT PINEL (40 H)
42
18
9,39
3 - Health and Social services
2243
2244
1
1
RESPIRATORY TECHNICIAN (RESERVED TITLE)
45
17
10,17
3 - Health and Social services
RESPIRATORY TECHNICIAN (RESERVED TITLE) OR PULMONARY FUNCTION TECHNICIAN
45
17
10,17
3 - Health and Social services
2247
1
CLINICAL TEACHER (INHALATION THERAPY)
46
18
9,74
3 - Health and Social services
2248
1
ASSISTANT HEAD RESPIRATORY THERAPIST (RESERVED TITLE) OR ASSISTANT HEAD
PULMONARY FUNCTION TECHNICIAN
47
19
14,53
3 - Health and Social services
2249
1
ASSISTANT HEAD RESPIRATORY THERAPIST (RESERVED TITLE)
47
19
14,53
3 - Health and Social services
2229
2230
1
1
TECHNICAL ASSISTANT HEAD TECHNOLOGIST
48
18
9,18
ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT HEAD TECHNOLOGIST
48
18
9,18
ASSISTANT HEAD MEDICAL TECHNOLOGIST (RESERVED TITLE) OR ASSISTANT HEAD
LABORATORY TECHNICIAN
48
18
9,18
3 - Health and Social services
3 - Health and Social services
2 - School boards
3 - Health and Social services
3 - Health and Social services
Class
Title
______ ____________________________________________________________________
Job classes
_____________
Ranking
Adjustment
___________ _____________
3 - Health and Social services
2235
1
3 - Health and Social services
2227
2233
1
1
TECHNICAL COORDINATOR (LABORATORY)
51
17
4,31
3 - Health and Social services
TECHNICAL COORDINATOR (LABORATORY)
51
17
4,31
3 - Health and Social services
2221
1
MEDICAL TECHNOLOGIST (RESERVED TITLE) OR MEDICAL LABORATORY TECHNICIAN
53
16
5,00
MEDICAL TECHNOLOGIST (RESERVED TITLE) OR GRADUATE MEDICAL LABORATORY
TECHNICIAN
53
16
5,00
SPECIALIZED RADIOLOGY TECHNICIAN
55
16
2,32
SPECIALIZED RADIOLOGY TECHNOLOGIST
55
16
2,32
3 - Health and Social services
2223
1
3 - Health and Social services
2211
2212
1
1
3 - Health and Social services
5
APPENDIX A.1
PREDOMINANTLY FEMALE JOB CLASSES - RANKINGS AND SALARY COMPENSATION(1)
Sector
Job position
________________________
_________
Class
Title
______ ____________________________________________________________________
Job classes
_____________
Ranking
Adjustment
___________ _____________
2 - School boards
4276
0
FOOD MANAGEMENT TECHNICIAN
56
13
none
3 - Health and Social services
2208
2209
2210
1
1
1
NUCLEAR MEDICINE TECHNOLOGIST
57
16
5,00
NUCLEAR MEDICINE TECHNOLOGIST
57
16
5,00
NUCLEAR MEDICINE TECHNOLOGIST
57
16
5,00
0
1
1
SOCIAL WORK TECHNICIAN
60
16
11,01
SOCIAL ASSISTANCE TECHNICIAN (32,5 H)
60
16
11,01
3 - Health and Social services
4208
2585
2586
SOCIAL ASSISTANCE TECHNICIAN
60
16
11,01
2 - School boards
4215
0
SCHOOL ORGANIZATION TECHNICIAN
62
13
none
3 - Health and Social services
2587
2588
1
1
SOCIAL AIDE (32,5 H)
65
14
0,91
SOCIAL AIDE
65
14
0,91
4207
2688
2688
2688
2689
2689
2689
2690
2691
2691
2691
2692
2692
2692
2693
2693
2693
0
1
2
3
1
2
3
1
1
2
3
1
2
3
1
2
3
SPECIALIZED EDUCATION TECHNICIAN
66
16
11,01
INTEGRATION OFFICER
66
16
11,01
INTEGRATION OFFICER
66
16
11,01
INTEGRATION OFFICER
66
16
11,01
EDUCATOR
66
16
11,01
EDUCATOR
66
16
11,01
EDUCATOR
66
16
11,01
SPECIALIZED EDUCATION TECHNICIAN
66
16
11,01
EDUCATOR
66
16
11,01
EDUCATOR (38,75 H)
66
16
11,01
EDUCATOR (38,75 H)
66
16
11,01
EDUCATOR (E.S.) (35 H)
66
16
11,01
EDUCATOR (E.S.) (35 H)
66
16
11,01
EDUCATOR (E.S.) (35 H)
66
16
11,01
EDUCATOR (35 H)
66
16
11,01
EDUCATOR (35 H)
66
16
11,01
EDUCATOR (35 H)
66
16
11,01
2215
2216
2231
1
1
1
CLINICAL INSTRUCTOR (RADIOLOGY)
69
17
10,17
CLINICAL INSTRUCTOR (RADIOLOGY)
69
17
10,17
CLINICAL INSTRUCTOR (LABORATORY)
69
17
10,17
3 - Health and Social services
3 - Health and Social services
2 - School boards
3 - Health and Social services
3 - Health and Social services
2 - School boards
3 - Health and Social services
3 - Health and Social services
3 - Health and Social services
3 - Health and Social services
3 - Health and Social services
3 - Health and Social services
3 - Health and Social services
3 - Health and Social services
3 - Health and Social services
3 - Health and Social services
3 - Health and Social services
3 - Health and Social services
3 - Health and Social services
3 - Health and Social services
3 - Health and Social services
3 - Health and Social services
3 - Health and Social services
3 - Health and Social services
3 - Health and Social services
6
APPENDIX A.1
PREDOMINANTLY FEMALE JOB CLASSES - RANKINGS AND SALARY COMPENSATION(1)
Sector
Job position
________________________
_________
3 - Health and Social services
2213
1
TECHNICAL COORDINATOR (RADIOLOGY)
70
17
4,31
3 - Health and Social services
2246
1
TECHNICAL COORDINATOR (INHALATION THERAPY)
72
18
9,39
3 - Health and Social services
2695
2696
2698
C407
1
1
1
0
RECREATION TECHNICIAN (38,75 H)
74
13
none
RECREATION TECHNICIAN
74
13
none
RECREATION TECHNICIAN (36,25 H)
74
13
none
RECREATIONAL ACTIVITIES TECHNICIAN
74
13
none
4211
2100
2101
C405
0
1
1
0
ADMINISTRATION TECHNICIAN
75
13
2,63
ADMINISTRATIVE TECHNICIAN (32,5 H)
75
13
2,63
ADMINISTRATIVE TECHNICIAN
75
13
2,63
ADMINISTRATION TECHNICIAN
75
13
2,63
2242
2282
1
1
ASSISTANT HEAD OF ARCHIVES SERVICE
78
16
9,63
MEDICAL RECORDS ARCHIVIST (TEAM LEADER)
78
16
14,02
2250
2251
2252
1
1
1
MEDICAL RECORDS ARCHIVIST (32,5 H)
79
14
6,69
MEDICAL RECORDS ARCHIVIST
79
14
6,69
MEDICAL RECORDS ARCHIVIST
79
14
6,69
4228
2360
0
1
BRAILLE TECHNICIAN
80
12
none
BRAILLE TECHNICIAN (E.S.)
80
12
none
1
1
PSYCHO-TECHNICIAN
81
13
3,80
3 - Health and Social services
2273
2274
PSYCHO-TECHNICIAN
81
13
3,80
2 - School boards
4216
0
PSYCHOMETRY TECHNICIAN
82
13
3,80
2 - School boards
4205
2265
2266
2355
2365
C401
0
1
1
1
1
0
DOCUMENTATION TECHNICIAN
85
13
3,80
LIBRARY TECHNICIAN
85
13
3,80
LIBRARY TECHNICIAN (32,5 H)
85
13
3,80
DOCUMENTATION TECHNICIAN
85
13
3,80
DOCUMENTATION TECHNICIAN
85
13
3,80
DOCUMENTATION TECHNICIAN
85
13
3,80
3 - Health and Social services
3 - Health and Social services
4 - Colleges
2 - School boards
3 - Health and Social services
3 - Health and Social services
4 - Colleges
3 - Health and Social services
3 - Health and Social services
3 - Health and Social services
3 - Health and Social services
3 - Health and Social services
2 - School boards
3 - Health and Social services
3 - Health and Social services
3 - Health and Social services
3 - Health and Social services
3 - Health and Social services
3 - Health and Social services
4 - Colleges
Class
Title
______ ____________________________________________________________________
Job classes
_____________
Ranking
Adjustment
___________ _____________
7
APPENDIX A.1
PREDOMINANTLY FEMALE JOB CLASSES - RANKINGS AND SALARY COMPENSATION(1)
Sector
Job position
________________________
_________
3 - Health and Social services
1
1
1
1
NURSING ASSISTANT (RESERVED TITLE) (35 H)
95
12
8,50
NURSING ASSISTANT (RESERVED TITLE) (35 H)
95
12
8,50
NURSING ASSISTANT (RESERVED TITLE) OR GRADUATE AUXILIARY (35 H)
95
12
8,50
3 - Health and Social services
3436
3437
3448
3455
NURSING ASSISTANT (RESERVED TITLE) OR GRADUATE AUXILIARY
95
12
8,50
3 - Health and Social services
3445
1
NURSING ASSISTANT (RESERVED TITLE) OR GRADUATE AUXILIARY (TEAM LEADER)
96
13
12,41
3 - Health and Social services
6317
2
FOOD TECHNICIAN
97
9
none
3 - Health and Social services
6317
1
FOOD TECHNICIAN
98
9
none
2 - School boards
4101
C503
0
0
OFFICE AGENT PRINCIPAL CLASS
106
11
2,12
OFFICE AGENT PRINCIPAL CLASS
106
11
2,12
5105
5106
1
1
PAYMASTER
109
9
none
PAYMASTER (32,5 H)
109
9
none
5103
5104
1
1
SENIOR ACCOUNTING CLERK
110
9
none
SENIOR ACCOUNTING CLERK (32,5 H)
110
9
none
4202
5100
5108
C755
0
1
1
0
DATA PROCESSING OPERATOR CLASS I
118
8
none
DATA PROCESSING OPERATOR CLASS 1 (32,5 H)
118
8
none
DATA PROCESSING OPERATOR CLASS 1
118
8
none
DATA PROCESSING OPERATOR
118
8
none
4111
4163
5144
5145
5154
C606
0
0
1
1
1
0
EXECUTIVE SECRETARY
120
9
5,29
EXECUTIVE SECRETARY REGIONAL AND ADMINISTRATIVE CENTER (CSDM)
120
9
5,29
EXECUTIVE SECRETARY (32,5 H)
120
9
5,29
EXECUTIVE SECRETARY
120
9
5,29
ADMINISTRATIVE SECRETARY (R.R.)
120
9
5,29
SECRETARY CLASS I
120
9
5,29
3224
3225
1
1
CLASS "B" TECHNICIAN
121
9
5,29
CLASS "B" TECHNICIAN
121
9
5,29
3 - Health and Social services
3 - Health and Social services
4 - Colleges
3 - Health and Social services
3 - Health and Social services
3 - Health and Social services
3 - Health and Social services
2 - School boards
3 - Health and Social services
3 - Health and Social services
4 - Colleges
2 - School boards
2 - School boards
3 - Health and Social services
3 - Health and Social services
3 - Health and Social services
4 - Colleges
3 - Health and Social services
3 - Health and Social services
Class
Title
______ ____________________________________________________________________
Job classes
_____________
Ranking
Adjustment
___________ _____________
8
APPENDIX A.1
PREDOMINANTLY FEMALE JOB CLASSES - RANKINGS AND SALARY COMPENSATION(1)
Sector
Job position
________________________
_________
3 - Health and Social services
5009
5109
5110
1
1
1
SENIOR CLERK (CSD)
130
8
5,92
SENIOR CLERK
130
8
5,92
SENIOR CLERK (32,5 H)
130
8
5,92
4102
C505
0
0
OFFICE AGENT CLASS I
131
8
5,92
OFFICE AGENT CLASS I
131
8
5,92
3464
3466
1
1
RESIDENCE WORKER (36,25 H)
134
7
6,32
RESIDENCE WORKER
134
7
6,32
5313
C917
0
0
COOK CLASS III
135
7
5,51
COOK CLASS III
135
7
5,51
5278
5279
5289
1
1
1
ARCHIVES ASSISTANT (32,5 H)
142
7
6,32
ARCHIVES ASSISTANT
142
7
6,32
LIBRARY AUXILIARY (E.S.)
142
7
6,32
4113
5155
5156
C604
0
1
1
0
SECRETARY
143
7
6,32
SECRETARY
143
7
6,32
SECRETARY (35,5 H)
143
7
6,32
SECRETARY CLASS II
143
7
6,32
5111
5112
1
1
DATA PROCESSING OPERATOR CLASS II
144
5
none
DATA PROCESSING OPERATOR CLASS II (32,5 H)
144
5
none
4226
C753
0
0
SWIMMING POOL SUPERVISOR
145
6
2,19
SWIMMING POOL SUPERVISOR
145
6
2,19
3471
3598
1
1
REHABILITATION INSTRUCTOR (HANDCRAFTS OR OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY)
146
8
10,82
HANDCRAFTS OR OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY INSTRUCTOR
146
8
1,20
4223
6413
0
1
STUDENT SUPERVISOR
149
6
6,38
STUDENT SUPERVISION ATTENDANT (E.S.)
149
6
6,38
3 - Health and Social services
3 - Health and Social services
2 - School boards
4 - Colleges
3 - Health and Social services
3 - Health and Social services
2 - School boards
4 - Colleges
3 - Health and Social services
3 - Health and Social services
3 - Health and Social services
2 - School boards
3 - Health and Social services
3 - Health and Social services
4 - Colleges
3 - Health and Social services
3 - Health and Social services
2 - School boards
4 - Colleges
3 - Health and Social services
3 - Health and Social services
2 - School boards
3 - Health and Social services
Class
Title
______ ____________________________________________________________________
Job classes
_____________
Ranking
Adjustment
___________ _____________
9
APPENDIX A.1
PREDOMINANTLY FEMALE JOB CLASSES - RANKINGS AND SALARY COMPENSATION(1)
Sector
Job position
________________________
_________
3 - Health and Social services
5113
5114
1
1
INTERMEDIATE CLERK
151
6
6,38
3 - Health and Social services
INTERMEDIATE CLERK (32,5 H)
151
6
6,38
3 - Health and Social services
5102
1
UNIT CLERK (INSTITUT PINEL)
152
6
3,16
3 - Health and Social services
3589
3590
3591
3592
1
1
1
1
FAMILY AND SOCIAL AUXILIARY
153
7
10,68
FAMILY AND SOCIAL AUXILIARY (38,75 H)
153
7
10,68
HOME CARE AUXILIARY
153
7
10,68
HOME CARE AUXILIARY (35 H)
153
7
10,68
3478
3479
1
1
BENEFICIARY ATTENDANT (35H)
154
6
6,38
BENEFICIARY ATTENDANT
154
6
6,38
3201
3202
1
1
HEALTH CARE TECHNICAL ASSISTANT
155
5
5,99
HEALTH CARE TECHNICAL ASSISTANT (36,25 H)
155
5
5,99
3481
3482
1
1
STERILIZATION ATTENDANT
159
6
10,03
STERILIZATION ATTENDANT (35 H)
159
6
10,03
3206
3207
3217
1
1
1
ORAL SURGERY TECHNICAL ASSISTANT (E.S.)
160
6
10,03
DENTAL TECHNICAL ASSISTANT
160
6
10,03
DENTAL TECHNICAL ASSISTANT (35 H)
160
6
10,03
3251
5271
5272
5275
1
1
1
1
RECEPTION ATTENDANT
161
5
5,99
ADMITTING CLERK
161
5
5,99
ADMITTING CLERK (C.S.D.)
161
5
5,99
OUTPATIENT ADMITTING CLERK
161
5
5,99
5151
5152
1
1
TYPIST
162
4
2,42
TYPIST (32,5 H)
162
4
2,42
3 - Health and Social services
3 - Health and Social services
3 - Health and Social services
3 - Health and Social services
3 - Health and Social services
3 - Health and Social services
3 - Health and Social services
3 - Health and Social services
3 - Health and Social services
3 - Health and Social services
3 - Health and Social services
3 - Health and Social services
3 - Health and Social services
3 - Health and Social services
3 - Health and Social services
3 - Health and Social services
3 - Health and Social services
3 - Health and Social services
Class
Title
______ ____________________________________________________________________
Job classes
_____________
Ranking
Adjustment
___________ _____________
10
APPENDIX A.1
PREDOMINANTLY FEMALE JOB CLASSES - RANKINGS AND SALARY COMPENSATION(1)
Sector
Job position
________________________
_________
Class
Title
______ ____________________________________________________________________
Job classes
_____________
Ranking
Adjustment
___________ _____________
4115
5159
5161
5162
5163
5164
5171
0
1
1
1
1
1
1
SWITCHBOARD OPERATOR
167
4
5,26
SWITCHBOARD OPERATOR
167
4
5,26
RECEPTIONIST
167
4
5,26
RECEPTIONIST (32,5 H)
167
4
5,26
SWITCHBOARD OPERATOR - RECEPTIONIST (32,5 H)
167
4
5,26
SWITCHBOARD OPERATOR - RECEPTIONIST
167
4
5,26
RECEPTIONIST (R.R.S.S.S.)
167
4
5,26
2111
1549
1550
1553
C229
0
0
0
0
0
SOCIAL WORKER OR SOCIAL SERVICE OFFICER
168
22
4,03
SOCIAL WORKER OR UNIVERSITY GRADUATE IN SOCIAL WORK
168
22
2,35
PROFESSIONAL SOCIAL WORKER (RESERVED TITLE) OR SOCIAL WORK OFFICER
168
22
2,35
HUMAN RELATIONS OFFICER
168
22
2,35
SOCIAL WORKER OR SOCIAL SERVICE OFFICER
168
22
4,03
1
1
1
HOUSEKEEPING ATTENDANT (LIGHT DUTY)
170
2
0,85
HOUSEKEEPING ATTENDANT (LIGHT DUTY) (35 H)
170
2
0,85
3 - Health and Social services
6335
6403
6435
HOUSEKEEPING ATTENDANT (LIGHT DUTY) (36,25 H)
170
2
0,85
3 - Health and Social services
6318
1
DIET AUXILIARY
171
3
3,74
2 - School boards
5306
6314
6315
C903
0
1
1
0
GENERAL KITCHEN HELPER
172
3
3,74
CAFETERIA ATTENDANT
172
3
3,74
RESTAURANT ATTENDANT
172
3
3,74
KITCHEN GENERAL HELPER
172
3
3,74
5121
5126
1
1
DATA PROCESSING ATTENDANT
173
3
3,88
3 - Health and Social services
DATA PROCESSING ATTENDANT
173
3
3,88
3 - Health and Social services
6309
1
KITCHEN HELPER
177
3
4,70
3 - Health and Social services
6319
1
DIET HELPER
178
3
4,70
2 - School boards
5319
C902
0
0
MAINTENANCE WORKMAN CLASS III (DOMESTIC HELP)
179
2
1,78
DOMESTIC HELPER
179
2
1,78
2 - School boards
3 - Health and Social services
3 - Health and Social services
3 - Health and Social services
3 - Health and Social services
3 - Health and Social services
3 - Health and Social services
2 - School boards
3 - Health and Social services
3 - Health and Social services
3 - Health and Social services
4 - Colleges
3 - Health and Social services
3 - Health and Social services
3 - Health and Social services
3 - Health and Social services
4 - Colleges
3 - Health and Social services
4 - Colleges
11
APPENDIX A.1
PREDOMINANTLY FEMALE JOB CLASSES - RANKINGS AND SALARY COMPENSATION(1)
Sector
Job position
________________________
_________
3 - Health and Social services
5165
5166
5229
1
1
1
MESSENGER
181
2
1,78
MESSENGER (36,25 H)
181
2
1,78
MESSENGER (C.C.U.S.) (R.R.S.S.S. MONTRÉAL-MÉTRO.) (36,25 H)
181
2
1,78
5135
5136
1
1
REPROGRAPHY ATTENDANT
182
3
4,70
REPROGRAPHY ATTENDANT
182
3
4,70
4114
5029
5128
5129
C601
0
1
1
1
0
OFFICE ASSISTANT
183
2
1,78
CLERK
183
2
1,78
CLERK (32,5 H)
183
2
1,78
CLERK
183
2
1,78
OFFICE ASSISTANT
183
2
1,78
1901
1903
1907
0
0
0
BACCALAUREATE NURSE
189
21
none
BACCALAUREATE NURSE (36,25 H)
189
21
none
BACCALAUREATE NURSE - INSTITUT PINEL (40 H)
189
21
none
0
0
0
0
BACCALAUREATE ASSISTANT HEAD NURSE
191
23
4,21
ASSISTANT TO THE IMMEDIATE SUPERIOR (BACCALAUREATE NURSE)
191
23
4,21
ASSISTANT TO THE IMMEDIATE SUPERIOR (BACCALAUREATE NURSE) (36,25 H)
191
23
4,21
3 - Health and Social services
1902
1904
1905
1906
BACCALAUREATE ASSISTANT HEAD NURSE (35 H)
191
23
4,21
3 - Health and Social services
1554
0
SOCIOLOGIST
194
to determine (2)
3 - Health and Social services
1229
0
CREATIVITY THERAPIST (ART THERAPIST) (E.S.)
214
22
2,35
3 - Health and Social services
1245
0
MUSIC THERAPIST (E.S.)
215
21
none
3 - Health and Social services
1259
0
ART THERAPIST
216
21
none
3 - Health and Social services
1543
0
MALADJUSTED CHILDREN COUNSELLOR
217
22
2,35
3 - Health and Social services
1540
0
GENAGOGIST
225
20
none
3 - Health and Social services
1521
0
CARE EVALUATION SPECIALIST
231
22
none
3 - Health and Social services
3 - Health and Social services
3 - Health and Social services
3 - Health and Social services
2 - School boards
3 - Health and Social services
3 - Health and Social services
3 - Health and Social services
4 - Colleges
3 - Health and Social services
3 - Health and Social services
3 - Health and Social services
3 - Health and Social services
3 - Health and Social services
3 - Health and Social services
Class
Title
______ ____________________________________________________________________
Job classes
_____________
Ranking
Adjustment
___________ _____________
12
APPENDIX A.1
PREDOMINANTLY FEMALE JOB CLASSES - RANKINGS AND SALARY COMPENSATION(1)
Sector
Job position
________________________
_________
3 - Health and Social services
1407
0
CLINICAL ACTIVITIES SPECIALIST
232
22
0,21
3 - Health and Social services
1660
0
CHILD CARE WORKER (E.S.)
235
20
none
3 - Health and Social services
1557
0
ORIENTATION AND MOBILITY SPECIALIST
237
21
none
2 - School boards
0
0
0
LIBRARIAN
239
20
none
LIBRARIAN
239
20
none
4 - Colleges
2102
1206
C262
LIBRARIAN
239
20
none
3 - Health and Social services
1651
0
EDUCATIONAL TECHNIQUES OFFICER (D.S.C.) (E.S.)
242
to determine (2)
3 - Health and Social services
1121
0
HEALTH PROMOTION COUNSELLOR (D.S.C.) (E.S.)
243
to determine (2)
3 - Health and Social services
2261
2269
1
1
DENTAL HYGIENIST (RESERVED TITLE) OR DENTAL HYGIENE TECHNICIAN
273
15
0,12
3 - Health and Social services
DENTAL HYGIENIST (RESERVED TITLE) OR DENTAL HYGIENE TECHNICIAN
273
15
0,12
3 - Health and Social services
2270
1
CARDIO-RESPIRATORY PHYSIOLOGY TECHNICIAN
283
14
none
2 - School boards
0
0
0
INTERPRETER-TECHNICIAN
289
15
0,12
INTERPRETER-TECHNICIAN
289
15
0,12
4 - Colleges
4230
4231
C421
INTERPRETER (CEGEP DE STE-FOY ET VIEUX-MONTRÉAL) (35 H)
289
15
0,12
3 - Health and Social services
2257
1
DIETETICS TECHNICIAN
290
14
0,91
3 - Health and Social services
2255
1
REHABILITATION TECHNICIAN
291
16
11,01
3 - Health and Social services
2241
1
ELECTRO-ENCEPHALOGRAPHY TECHNICIAN (EEG)
294
14
0,91
3 - Health and Social services
2240
1
ASSISTANT HEAD DIETETICS TECHNICIAN
295
16
4,06
3 - Health and Social services
2236
1
ASSISTANT HEAD MEDICAL ELECTRO-PHYSIOLOGY TECHNICIAN
301
17
9,18
3 - Health and Social services
2286
1
MEDICAL ELECTRO-PHYSIOLOGY TECHNICIAN
302
15
5,85
3 - Health and Social services
2 - School boards
Class
Title
______ ____________________________________________________________________
Job classes
_____________
Ranking
Adjustment
___________ _____________
13
APPENDIX A.1
PREDOMINANTLY FEMALE JOB CLASSES - RANKINGS AND SALARY COMPENSATION(1)
Sector
Job position
________________________
_________
Class
Title
3 - Health and Social services
2584
1
PSYCHO-SOCIAL RESEARCH TECHNICIAN
303
13
none
3 - Health and Social services
2375
1
COMMUNITY WORKER
304
16
11,01
3 - Health and Social services
2275
1
COMMUNICATIONS TECHNICIAN
307
12
none
3 - Health and Social services
2276
1
MEDICAL ELECTRO-PHYSIOLOGY TECHNICAL COORDINATOR
310
16
11,01
4 - Colleges
C414
0
INFORMATION TECHNICIAN
335
12
none
3 - Health and Social services
2253
1
MEDICAL ILLUSTRATOR
336
12
none
4 - Colleges
C417
0
DENTAL HYGIENE TECHNICIAN (35 H)
340
14
none
4 - Colleges
C418
0
SOCIAL WORK TECHNICIAN (35 H)
341
3 - Health and Social services
2285
1
GERONTOLOGY TECHNICIAN (E.S.)
350
13
3,80
3 - Health and Social services
3461
3463
1
1
CHILD NURSE/BABY NURSE
364
12
8,50
3 - Health and Social services
CHILD NURSE/BABY NURSE
364
12
8,50
2 - School boards
4162
0
SENIOR EXECUTIVE SECRETARY (CSDM)
405
9
none
2 - School boards
4116
0
CENTER AND SCHOOL SECRETARY
406
9
none
4 - Colleges
C725
0
ELECTRONIC PHOTOTYPESETTER OPERATOR
410
8
none
2 - School boards
4285
0
PERSON-IN-CHARGE OF A DAY CARE SERVICE
413
13
3,80
3 - Health and Social services
3208
1
OPHTHALMOLOGY ATTENDANT (E.S.)
419
6
none
3 - Health and Social services
3472
1
REHABILITATION INSTRUCTOR (HANDCRAFTS OR OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY) (E.S.)
425
9
29,37
3 - Health and Social services
2259
1
ORTHOPTIST
428
17
none
______ ____________________________________________________________________
Job classes
_____________
Ranking
Adjustment
___________ _____________
to determine
(2)
14
APPENDIX A.1
PREDOMINANTLY FEMALE JOB CLASSES - RANKINGS AND SALARY COMPENSATION(1)
Sector
Job position
________________________
_________
3 - Health and Social services
5143
1
ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLE CLERK
442
7
1,61
3 - Health and Social services
1
1
LEGAL SECRETARY
443
8
5,92
3 - Health and Social services
5148
5168
LEGAL SECRETARY
443
8
5,92
3 - Health and Social services
3215
1
SENIOR PHARMACY TECHNICAL ASSISTANT
444
8
5,92
3 - Health and Social services
3468
1
REHABILITATION ASSISTANT (E.S.)
477
8
10,82
2 - School boards
4286
0
ATTENDANT FOR HANDICAPPED STUDENTS
486
6
2,19
3 - Health and Social services
5147
1
MEDICAL SECRETARY
487
7
6,32
3 - Health and Social services
3509
1
RESIDENT ATTENDANT (E.S.)
493
7
6,32
2 - School boards
4217
0
NURSING ASSISTANT OR DIPLOMA HOLDER IN HEALTH ASSISTANCE AND NURSING CARE
494
9
1,09
3 - Health and Social services
1
1
1
COOK'S HELPER
497
4
none
COOK'S HELPER
497
4
none
3 - Health and Social services
6204
6304
6306
VEGETABLE ATTENDANT
497
4
none
3 - Health and Social services
3212
1
PHARMACY TECHNICAL ASSISTANT
499
6
6,38
3 - Health and Social services
6340
1
HAIRDRESSER
500
5
2,42
3 - Health and Social services
3698
3699
1
1
RECREATION INSTRUCTOR
501
7
13,79
3 - Health and Social services
RECREATION INSTRUCTOR
501
7
10,68
2 - School boards
4284
0
DAY CARE SERVICE EDUCATOR
503
9
10,58
3 - Health and Social services
3505
1
ATTENDANT IN A NORTHERN INSTITUTION
504
7
10,68
3 - Health and Social services
3223
1
PHYSIOTHERAPY AND/OR OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY ATTENDANT
505
6
6,38
3 - Health and Social services
3474
1
RESIDENTIAL CARE BENEFICIARY ATTENDANT
516
7
10,68
3 - Health and Social services
Class
Title
______ ____________________________________________________________________
Job classes
_____________
Ranking
Adjustment
___________ _____________
15
APPENDIX A.1
PREDOMINANTLY FEMALE JOB CLASSES - RANKINGS AND SALARY COMPENSATION(1)
Sector
Job position
________________________
_________
Class
Title
______ ____________________________________________________________________
Job classes
_____________
Ranking
Adjustment
___________ _____________
4103
C506
0
0
OFFICE AGENT CLASS II
533
5
5,99
4 - Colleges
OFFICE AGENT CLASS II
533
5
5,99
3 - Health and Social services
3205
1
LABORATORY OR RADIOLOGY TECHNICAL ASSISTANT
534
5
5,99
3 - Health and Social services
6225
6327
1
1
TAILOR AND/OR DRESSMAKER
537
4
2,43
3 - Health and Social services
TAILOR
537
4
2,43
3 - Health and Social services
3237
1
ECG ATTENDANT
539
5
5,99
3 - Health and Social services
3239
1
EEG ATTENDANT (E.E.G.)
540
5
5,99
3 - Health and Social services
3679
1
LIFEGUARD (E.S.)
549
6
9,13
2 - School boards
5307
0
LAUNDRYMAN
561
3 - Health and Social services
6312
1
CAFETERIA CASHIER
562
3
1,94
3 - Health and Social services
5280
1
MEDICAL RECORDS ATTENDANT
563
3
1,94
3 - Health and Social services
3259
1
MESSAGE CENTRE ATTENDANT
572
3
1,94
3 - Health and Social services
6325
1
PRESSER
575
3
3,74
3 - Health and Social services
3243
1
SERVICE AIDE
579
2
1,78
3 - Health and Social services
3249
1
PHARMACY CLERK
580
3
4,70
3 - Health and Social services
3685
1
UNIT AND/OR PAVILION ATTENDANT
582
6
14,96
3 - Health and Social services
3250
1
MILK LABORATORY ATTENDANT
583
3
4,70
3 - Health and Social services
5283
1
LIBRARY ATTENDANT
584
3
4,70
3 - Health and Social services
6333
1
MANGLE ATTENDANT
586
3
4,70
2 - School boards
to determine
(2)
16
APPENDIX A.1
PREDOMINANTLY FEMALE JOB CLASSES - RANKINGS AND SALARY COMPENSATION(1)
Sector
Job position
________________________
_________
3 - Health and Social services
6332
1
LINEN ATTENDANT
589
3
4,70
2 - School boards
2138
0
LEGAL ADVISOR (CSDM)
595
22
none
3 - Health and Social services
1
2
3
1
2
3
LIVING UNIT OR REHABILITATION SUPERVISOR
599
18
14,60
LIVING UNIT OR REHABILITATION SUPERVISOR
599
18
14,60
LIVING UNIT OR REHABILITATION SUPERVISOR
599
18
14,60
HEAD OF MODULE
599
18
19,41
HEAD OF MODULE
599
18
19,41
3 - Health and Social services
2694
2694
2694
2699
2699
2699
HEAD OF MODULE
599
18
19,41
3 - Health and Social services
2271
1
CYTO-TECHNOLOGIST
609
16
5,00
3 - Health and Social services
1558
0
LOW VISION SPECIALIST (E.S.)
610
to determine (2)
3 - Health and Social services
3578
1
RESIDENCE ATTENDANT (E.S.)
614
7
5,51
3 - Health and Social services
3465
1
NEIGHBOURHOOD OR SECTOR WORKER
621
9
19,12
3 - Health and Social services
3585
1
INDUSTRIAL WORKSHOPS INSTRUCTOR
624
8
none
3 - Health and Social services
1101
0
PERSONNEL OFFICER
635
21
none
3 - Health and Social services
2376
1
COMMUNITY FACILITATOR (COMMUNITY WORKER) (E.S.)
670
to determine (2)
3 - Health and Social services
3210
1
LABORATORY OR RADIOLOGY TECHNICAL ASSISTANT
678
5
3 - Health and Social services
3446
1
NURSING ASSISTANT (RESERVED TITLE) OR ASSISTANT TEAM LEADER OR GRADUATE IN
HEALTH SERVICE
763
3 - Health and Social services
5130
1
BRAILLE PRODUCTION SYSTEM OPERATOR (E.S.)
831
5
none
3 - Health and Social services
6412
1
CENTRAL MONITORING SECURITY ATTENDANT (E.S.)
842
3
none
3 - Health and Social services
3495
3499
1
1
REHABILITATION OR INDUSTRIAL OCCUPATION ATTENDANT
852
to determine
REHABILITATION OR INDUSTRIAL OCCUPATION ATTENDANT
852
to determine (2)
3 - Health and Social services
3 - Health and Social services
3 - Health and Social services
3 - Health and Social services
3 - Health and Social services
Class
Title
______ ____________________________________________________________________
Job classes
_____________
Ranking
Adjustment
___________ _____________
indéterminé
5,99
(2)
(2)
17
APPENDIX A.1
PREDOMINANTLY FEMALE JOB CLASSES - RANKINGS AND SALARY COMPENSATION(1)
Sector
Job position
________________________
_________
Class
Title
______ ____________________________________________________________________
Job classes
_____________
Ranking
Adjustment
___________ _____________
4 - Colleges
C430
0
DAY CAMP COUNSELLOR
903
to determine (2)
4 - Colleges
C431
0
SPORTS ACTIVITY COUNSELLOR
904
10
none
4 - Colleges
C432
0
SPORTS AND SWIMMING LEADER
905
6
20,68
SCHOOL BOARDS TEACHERS
925 (3)
22
2,35
TEACHER
925 (3)
22
2,35
925
(3)
22
2,35
PEDAGOGUE
925
(3)
22
2,35
RADIOLOGY TECHNOLOGIST (INFORMATION AND DIGITAL IMAGING SYSTEMS)
939 (4)
17
10,17
2 - School boards
3 - Health and Social services
3 - Health and Social services
3 - Health and Social services
1654
1655
1657
PEDAGOGUE (E.S.)
3 - Health and Social services
3 - Health and Social services
2205
1
RADIO-DIAGNOSTIC TECHNOLOGIST
940
16
5,00
3 - Health and Social services
2207
1
RADIOTHERAPY TECHNOLOGIST
941
16
5,00
3 - Health and Social services
2471A
1
HEALTH CENTER NURSE (36,25 H)
958
22
14,81
3 - Health and Social services
CLINIC TRANSFUSIVE SECURITY OFFICER
962
18
none
3 - Health and Social services
TECHNIQUE TRANSFUSIVE SECURITY OFFICER
963 (5)
19
3,18
18
APPENDIX A.1
PREDOMINANTLY FEMALE JOB CLASSES - RANKINGS AND SALARY COMPENSATION(1)
Sector
Job position
________________________
_________
Class
Title
______ ____________________________________________________________________
Job classes
_____________
Ranking
Adjustment
___________ _____________
(1)
The employee whose salary rate is higher, the day before the compensation adjustment date, than the single rate or the maximum rate of the effective salary scale for his job class (or his class title) and equal or higher
than the new single rate or than the new maximum rate of the salary scale does not receive any adjustment.
The employee whose salary rate is equal or higher, the day before the compensation adjustment date, than the single rate or than the maximum rate of the effective salary scale of his job class (or his class title) and
lower than the new single rate or than the new maximum rate of the salary scale finds his salary rate goes to the new single rate or to the maximum grade of the salary scale. However, this adjustment is equal to the
difference between the adjusted rate and the rate applicable the day before this adjustment from which the lump sum is reduced, if need be, when the lump sum is paid as an employee above rate or above scale.
(2)
This job class could not be assessed for lack of information or survey. Therefore, the differential valuation, if need be, could not be determined.
(3)
The identified salary compensation is applicable to the class 17, grade 17. The compensation adjustment process of the salary rate or scales is the same as the one applied at the time of the adjustment provided for
in accordance with the government salary relativity plan. The actual salary compensation applicable at this job class could defer from the one shown in Appendix A.1.
(4)
The identified salary compensation has been established according to a maximum hourly rate of 24,32 $ on November 20, 2001 and according to a base hourly rate of 24,39 $ in accordance with the government
salary relativity plan. In case bonus have been given beyond November 20, 2001, they will have to be subtract from the retroactive compensation to pay to the employee but will not generate a negative hourly
retroactivity application.
(5)
The identified salary compensation has been established according to a maximum hourly rate of 27,55 $ on November 20, 2001 and according to a base hourly rate of 28,65 $ in accordance with the government
salary relativity plan. In case bonus have been given beyond November 20, 2001, they will have to be subtract from the retroactive compensation to pay to the employee but will not generate a negative hourly
retroactivity application.
19
APPENDIX A.1
JOB CLASSES "STAGIAIRES"
Job classes
_____________
Adjustment (1)
_______________
CANDIDATE ADMISSIBLE PER EQUIVALENCE (PHYSIOTHERAPY)
16
2,35
1
CANDIDATE TO THE NURSING PROFESSION (36,25 H)
41
9,39
2476
1
CANDIDATE TO THE NURSING PROFESSION (35 H)
41
9,39
3 - Santé et services sociaux
2477
1
NURSE CANDIDAT ADMISSIBLE PER EQUIVALENCE (36,25 H)
41
9,39
3 - Santé et services sociaux
2478
1
NURSE CANDIDATE ADMISSIBLE PER EQUIVALENCE (35 H)
41
10,55
3 - Santé et services sociaux
2485
1
NURSE ON REFRESHER PERIOD (5 YEARS AND +)
41
9,39
3 - Santé et services sociaux
2486
1
NURSE ON REFRESHER PERIOD (5 YEARS AND +) (35 H)
41
9,39
3 - Santé et services sociaux
3529
1
NURSING ASSISTANT OR GRADUATE AUXILIARY ON REFRESHER PERIOD
95
8,50
3 - Santé et services sociaux
3530
1
NURSING ASSISTANT OR GRADUATE AUXILIARY ON REFRESHER PERIOD (GRADUATE
AUXILIARY AND ASSISTANCE)
95
8,50
Sector
________________________
Job position
_________
3 - Santé et services sociaux
1238
1
3 - Santé et services sociaux
2475
3 - Santé et services sociaux
(1)
Class
Title
______ ____________________________________________________________________
The salary compensation is the same as the predominantly female job class reference.
21
APPENDIX A.2
PREDOMINANTLY MALE JOB CLASSES - RANKINGS
Sector
________________________
2 - Commissions scolaires
4 - Collèges
2 - Commissions scolaires
3 - Santé et services sociaux
3 - Santé et services sociaux
4 - Collèges
2 - Commissions scolaires
2 - Commissions scolaires
2 - Commissions scolaires
2 - Commissions scolaires
4 - Collèges
2 - Commissions scolaires
3 - Santé et services sociaux
4 - Collèges
2 - Commissions scolaires
2 - Commissions scolaires
3 - Santé et services sociaux
4 - Collèges
2 - Commissions scolaires
4 - Collèges
2 - Commissions scolaires
3 - Santé et services sociaux
3 - Santé et services sociaux
4 - Collèges
3 - Santé et services sociaux
3 - Santé et services sociaux
3 - Santé et services sociaux
Job position Class
_________
Title
______ ____________________________________________________________________
Job classes
Ranking
_____________
_______________
21
2109
C218
0
0
GUIDANCE COUNSELLOR OR COUNSELLOR IN ACADEMIC TRAINING
2
GUIDANCE COUNSELLOR OR ACADEMIC TRAINING COUNSELLOR
2
21
2120
1103
1113
C205
0
0
0
0
ANALYST
8
21
DATA PROCESSING ANALYST
8
21
PROGRAMMER-ANALYST (E.S.)
8
21
ANALYST
8
21
2110
2136
2142
0
0
0
CHRISTIAN EDUCATION CONSULTANT
10
22
SPIRITUAL, RELIGIOUS AND MORAL EDUCATION CONSULTANT
10
22
SPIRITUAL, RELIGIOUS AND MORAL EDUCATION CONSULTANT
10
22
2121
C208
0
0
ADMINISTRATION OFFICER
24
20
ADMINISTRATION OFFICER
24
20
2118
1105
C202
0
0
0
FINANCE OFFICER
25
20
FINANCE OFFICER
25
20
FINANCE OFFICER
25
20
2108
2141
1552
C211
0
0
0
0
PASTORAL ANIMATOR
28
20
SPIRITUAL CARE AND GUIDANCE AND COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT ANIMATOR
28
20
PASTORAL ANIMATOR
28
20
PASTORAL ANIMATOR
28
20
4278
C402
0
0
DATA PROCESSING TECHNICIAN PRINCIPAL CLASS
35
16
DATA PROCESSING TECHNICIAN PRINCIPAL CLASS
35
16
4204
2103
2104
C403
0
1
1
0
DATA PROCESSING TECHNICIAN
44
14
DATA PROGRAMMER
44
14
DATA PROGRAMMER (32,5 H)
44
14
DATA PROCESSING TECHNICIAN
44
14
2272
2278
2279
1
1
1
HEMODYNAMICS TECHNICIAN
49
16
HEMODYNAMICS TECHNOLOGIST
49
16
HEMODYNAMICS TECHNOLOGIST
49
16
23
APPENDIX A.2
PREDOMINANTLY MALE JOB CLASSES - RANKINGS
Sector
________________________
2 - Commissions scolaires
Job position Class
_________
Title
______ ____________________________________________________________________
Job classes
Ranking
_____________
_______________
14
4277
2369
C411
0
1
0
ELECTRONICS TECHNICIAN
58
ELECTRONICS TECHNICIAN
58
14
ELECTRONICS TECHNICIAN
58
14
0
1
1
0
BUILDING TECHNICIAN
59
15
BUILDING TECHNICIAN (38,75 H)
59
15
BUILDING TECHNICIAN
59
15
4 - Collèges
4213
2364
2374
C413
BUILDING ENGINEER
59
15
2 - Commissions scolaires
4281
0
VOCATIONAL TRAINING TECHNICIAN
61
13
3 - Santé et services sociaux
6360
C719
1
0
MILLWRIGHT
73
10
MILLWRIGHT
73
10
4212
2256
2258
C406
0
1
1
0
AUDIOVISUAL TECHNICIAN
84
12
AUDIOVISUAL TECHNICIAN
84
12
AUDIO-VISUAL TECHNICIAN
84
12
AUDIO-VISUAL TECHNICIAN
84
12
5103
6356
C704
0
1
0
ELECTRICIAN PRINCIPAL CLASS
86
12
MASTER ELECTRICIAN
86
12
CHIEF ELECTRICIAN
86
12
5104
6354
C702
0
1
0
ELECTRICIAN
89
10
ELECTRICIAN
89
10
ELECTRICIAN
89
10
3 - Santé et services sociaux
4 - Collèges
2 - Commissions scolaires
3 - Santé et services sociaux
3 - Santé et services sociaux
4 - Collèges
2 - Commissions scolaires
3 - Santé et services sociaux
3 - Santé et services sociaux
4 - Collèges
2 - Commissions scolaires
3 - Santé et services sociaux
4 - Collèges
2 - Commissions scolaires
3 - Santé et services sociaux
4 - Collèges
24
APPENDIX A.2
PREDOMINANTLY MALE JOB CLASSES - RANKINGS
Sector
________________________
Job position Class
_________
Title
______ ____________________________________________________________________
Job classes
Ranking
_____________
_______________
11
2 - Commissions scolaires
5106
0
MECHANIC CLASS I
90
2 - Commissions scolaires
5102
6365
C716
0
1
0
CABINETMAKER
91
10
CABINETMAKER
91
10
CABINETMAKER
91
10
5125
6353
0
1
SPECIALIZED SHOP MECHANIC
92
11
MACHINIST (MILLWRIGHT)
92
11
5121
6361
0
1
WELDER
94
10
WELDER
94
10
5108
6383
0
2
STATIONARY ENGINEER CLASS II
100
10
STATIONARY ENGINEER CLASS II
100
10
5117
6388
6408
C708
0
1
1
0
CERTIFIED MAINTENANCE WORKMAN
101
9
GENERAL CARETAKER
101
9
GENERAL CARETAKER (35 H)
101
9
CERTIFIED MAINTENANCE WORKMAN
101
9
5311
C915
0
0
COOK CLASS I
102
11
COOK CLASS I
102
11
0
1
0
CARPENTER
103
9
CARPENTER
103
9
4 - Collèges
5116
6364
C707
CARPENTER
103
9
2 - Commissions scolaires
4108
0
STOREKEEPER PRINCIPAL CLASS
105
10
2 - Commissions scolaires
4282
0
SCHOOL TRANSPORTATION INSPECTOR
111
9
3 - Santé et services sociaux
4 - Collèges
2 - Commissions scolaires
3 - Santé et services sociaux
2 - Commissions scolaires
3 - Santé et services sociaux
2 - Commissions scolaires
3 - Santé et services sociaux
2 - Commissions scolaires
3 - Santé et services sociaux
3 - Santé et services sociaux
4 - Collèges
2 - Commissions scolaires
4 - Collèges
2 - Commissions scolaires
3 - Santé et services sociaux
25
APPENDIX A.2
PREDOMINANTLY MALE JOB CLASSES - RANKINGS
Sector
________________________
2 - Commissions scolaires
Job position Class
_________
Title
______ ____________________________________________________________________
Job classes
Ranking
_____________
_______________
9
0
3
STATIONARY ENGINEER CLASS III
3 - Santé et services sociaux
5109
6383
113
STATIONARY ENGINEER CLASS III
113
9
3 - Santé et services sociaux
6369
1
TINSMITH
114
10
3 - Santé et services sociaux
6303
1
BUTCHER
116
7
2 - Commissions scolaires
4229
C700
0
0
OFFSET DUPLICATOR OPERATOR PRINCIPAL CLASS
119
9
4 - Collèges
OFFSET DUPLICATOR OPERATOR PRINCIPAL CLASS
119
9
4 - Collèges
C738
0
STATIONARY ENGINEER CLASS XIII
122
9
3 - Santé et services sociaux
6382
1
UPHOLSTERER
123
7
2 - Commissions scolaires
5120
6367
0
1
LOCKSMITH
124
8
LOCKSMITH
124
8
0
1
0
PAINTER
125
6
PAINTER
125
6
4 - Collèges
5118
6362
C709
PAINTER
125
6
3 - Santé et services sociaux
6302
1
BAKER/PASTRY COOK
126
7
2 - Commissions scolaires
5308
6355
C926
0
1
0
HEAVY VEHICLE DRIVER
127
6
HEAVY VEHICLE DRIVER
127
6
HEAVY VEHICLE DRIVER
127
6
0
1
1
0
STOREKEEPER CLASS I
128
7
STOREKEEPER
128
7
STOREKEEPER (32,5 H)
128
7
4 - Collèges
4109
5141
5142
C620
STOREKEEPER CLASS I
128
7
3 - Santé et services sociaux
6409
1
DRAFTSPERSON
129
7
2 - Commissions scolaires
5110
6383
0
4
STATIONARY ENGINEER CLASS IV
136
9
STATIONARY ENGINEER CLASS IV
136
9
3 - Santé et services sociaux
2 - Commissions scolaires
3 - Santé et services sociaux
3 - Santé et services sociaux
4 - Collèges
2 - Commissions scolaires
3 - Santé et services sociaux
3 - Santé et services sociaux
3 - Santé et services sociaux
26
APPENDIX A.2
PREDOMINANTLY MALE JOB CLASSES - RANKINGS
Sector
________________________
Job position Class
_________
Title
______ ____________________________________________________________________
Job classes
Ranking
_____________
_______________
5321
C907
0
0
GARDENER
137
7
GARDENER
137
7
6373
6402
1
1
MAINTENANCE WORKER
138
6
MAINTENANCE WORKER (35 H)
138
6
6336
6400
1
1
VEHICLE DRIVER
139
6
VEHICLE DRIVER (35 H)
139
6
0
1
1
1
OFFSET DUPLICATOR OPERATOR
140
6
DUPLICATOR OFFSET OPERATOR
140
6
DUPLICATOR OFFSET OPERATOR
140
6
3 - Santé et services sociaux
4221
5119
5120
5179
DUPLICATOR OFFSET OPERATOR (38,75 H)
140
6
3 - Santé et services sociaux
3579
1
OFFSET DUPLICATOR OPERATION INSTRUCTOR
141
9
2 - Commissions scolaires
5302
0
CARETAKER OR JANITOR (LESS THAN 9 275 M2)
147
5
2 - Commissions scolaires
4218
C701
0
0
LABORATORY ATTENDANT
150
6
LABORATORY ATTENDANT
150
6
5310
C925
0
0
LIGHT VEHICLE DRIVER
156
4
LIGHT VEHICLE DRIVER
156
4
2 - Commissions scolaires
4 - Collèges
3 - Santé et services sociaux
3 - Santé et services sociaux
3 - Santé et services sociaux
3 - Santé et services sociaux
2 - Commissions scolaires
3 - Santé et services sociaux
3 - Santé et services sociaux
4 - Collèges
2 - Commissions scolaires
4 - Collèges
27
APPENDIX A.2
PREDOMINANTLY MALE JOB CLASSES - RANKINGS
Sector
________________________
2 - Commissions scolaires
Job position Class
_________
Title
Job classes
Ranking
_____________
_______________
STOREKEEPER CLASS II
158
4
STOREROOM ATTENDANT
158
4
STOREROOM ATTENDANT (32,5 H)
158
4
STOREKEEPER CLASS II
158
4
TRADES HELPER
164
3
TRADES HELPER
164
3
______ ____________________________________________________________________
4110
5117
5118
C621
0
1
1
0
5334
C911
10
0
6376
6377
6384
1
1
1
GROUNDSKEEPER AND/OR LABOURER
165
3
LABOURER
165
3
GROUNDSKEEPER
165
3
6338
6401
1
1
SECURITY GUARD
166
4
SECURITY GUARD (35 H)
166
4
1
1
1
HOUSEKEEPING ATTENDANT (HEAVY DUTY)
169
3
HOUSEKEEPING ATTENDANT (HEAVY DUTY) (35 H)
169
3
3 - Santé et services sociaux
6334
6404
6434
HOUSEKEEPING ATTENDANT (HEAVY DUTY) (36,25 H)
169
3
2 - Commissions scolaires
5316
0
GUARD
174
2
3 - Santé et services sociaux
6341
1
DOOR ATTENDANT
175
1
3 - Santé et services sociaux
3260
1
COMMISSIONAIRE (E.S.)
180
N/A
3 - Santé et services sociaux
2373
2378
1
1
ELECTRODYNAMICS TECHNICIAN (E.S.)
193
13
3 - Santé et services sociaux
ELECTRODYNAMICS TECHNICIAN
193
13
3 - Santé et services sociaux
1205
0
BIOMEDICAL ENGINEER
202
22
3 - Santé et services sociaux
1202
0
BIOCHEMIST
211
22
3 - Santé et services sociaux
3 - Santé et services sociaux
4 - Collèges
2 - Commissions scolaires
4 - Collèges
3 - Santé et services sociaux
3 - Santé et services sociaux
3 - Santé et services sociaux
3 - Santé et services sociaux
3 - Santé et services sociaux
3 - Santé et services sociaux
3 - Santé et services sociaux
(1)
28
APPENDIX A.2
PREDOMINANTLY MALE JOB CLASSES - RANKINGS
Sector
________________________
Job position Class
_________
Title
______ ____________________________________________________________________
Job classes
Ranking
_____________
_______________
21
4 - Collèges
C204
0
ACADEMIC ADVISOR
219
3 - Santé et services sociaux
1703
0
WORK ADAPTABILITY COUNSELLOR (E.S.)
224
N/A (1)
3 - Santé et services sociaux
1228
0
PHYSICAL EDUCATOR
227
20
3 - Santé et services sociaux
1702
0
OCCUPATIONAL HYGIENIST
228
20
4 - Collèges
C228
0
REGISTRAR
229
20
3 - Santé et services sociaux
1661
0
AUDIOVISUAL SPECIALIST (E.S.)
245
N/A (1)
4 - Collèges
C419
0
TEST BED TECHNICIAN (35 H)
271
16
3 - Santé et services sociaux
6352
1
REFRIGERATION MACHINERY MECHANIC
280
11
3 - Santé et services sociaux
2702
1
INDUSTRIAL HYGIENE TECHNICIAN
292
16
4 - Collèges
C840
0
CERTIFIED AERONAUTICS MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN
296
17
3 - Santé et services sociaux
2697
1
SOCIOTHERAPIST (INSTITUT PINEL)
297
17
2 - Commissions scolaires
0
1
0
PIPE FITTER
299
10
PLUMBER AND/OR PIPE MECHANIC
299
10
4 - Collèges
5115
6359
C706
PIPE FITTER
299
10
4 - Collèges
C416
0
MECHANICAL PRODUCTION TECHNICIAN
305
14
3 - Santé et services sociaux
2367
1
BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING TECHNICIAN
306
15
3 - Santé et services sociaux
2113
1
INFORMATION SYSTEMS TECHNICIAN
311
13
3 - Santé et services sociaux
29
APPENDIX A.2
PREDOMINANTLY MALE JOB CLASSES - RANKINGS
Sector
Job position Class
Title
______ ____________________________________________________________________
Job classes
Ranking
_____________
_______________
________________________
_________
3 - Santé et services sociaux
2370
1
INDUSTRIAL ELECTRICITY TECHNICIAN (E.S.)
312
13
3 - Santé et services sociaux
2368
1
PREVENTION TECHNICIAN (E.S.)
313
13
2 - Commissions scolaires
4161
0
BUYER PRINCIPAL CLASS (CSDM)
337
11
3 - Santé et services sociaux
2254
1
MEDICAL PHOTOGRAPHER
338
12
3 - Santé et services sociaux
2333
1
GRAPHIC ARTS TECHNICIAN (E.S.)
339
12
4 - Collèges
C830
0
AERONAUTICS MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN
357
13
4 - Collèges
C726
0
STATIONARY ENGINEER CLASS I
358
N/A (1)
4 - Collèges
C727
0
STATIONARY ENGINEER CLASS II
359
N/A (1)
2 - Commissions scolaires
5107
0
STATIONARY ENGINEER CLASS I
360
11
3 - Santé et services sociaux
3694
1
CABINETMAKING INSTRUCTOR
366
11
4 - Collèges
C731
0
STATIONARY ENGINEER CLASS VI
376
N/A (1)
3 - Santé et services sociaux
3262
3264
1
1
ORTHOSIS AND/OR PROSTHESIS MECHANIC
377
10
3 - Santé et services sociaux
ORTHOSIS AND/OR PROSTHESIS MECHANIC (38,75 H)
377
10
4 - Collèges
C728
0
STATIONARY ENGINEER CLASS III
378
10
4 - Collèges
C729
0
STATIONARY ENGINEER CLASS IV
379
N/A (1)
3 - Santé et services sociaux
6370
1
ELECTRONICS TECHNICIAN
380
9
30
APPENDIX A.2
PREDOMINANTLY MALE JOB CLASSES - RANKINGS
Sector
________________________
2 - Commissions scolaires
Job position Class
_________
Title
______ ____________________________________________________________________
Job classes
Ranking
_____________
_______________
10
0
1
MASTER PIPE MECHANIC
3 - Santé et services sociaux
5114
6357
381
MASTER PLUMBER
381
10
3 - Santé et services sociaux
3689
1
CARPENTING INSTRUCTOR
382
N/A (1)
3 - Santé et services sociaux
3229
1
SENIOR ORTHOPEDIC ATTENDANT (E.S.)
386
8
3 - Santé et services sociaux
6344
1
PORTER
393
N/A (1)
3 - Santé et services sociaux
3683
1
COOKING INSTRUCTOR
408
10
2 - Commissions scolaires
5137
6380
0
1
MECHANIC CLASS II
414
9
3 - Santé et services sociaux
GARAGE MECHANIC
414
9
2 - Commissions scolaires
5126
0
GLAZIER-INSTALLER-MECHANIC
418
8
3 - Santé et services sociaux
3469
1
REHABILITATION INSTRUCTOR (SPECIALIZED TRADE)
426
12
3 - Santé et services sociaux
1201
0
CLINICAL BIOCHIMIST
427
28
3 - Santé et services sociaux
3203
1
AUTOPSY ATTENDANT
445
6
2 - Commissions scolaires
5301
0
CARETAKER OR JANITOR (9 275 M2 OR MORE)
452
6
4 - Collèges
C735
C737
0
0
STATIONARY ENGINEER CLASS X
453
9
4 - Collèges
STATIONARY ENGINEER CLASS XII
453
9
3 - Santé et services sociaux
6368
1
PLASTERER
454
5
4 - Collèges
C732
0
STATIONARY ENGINEER CLASS VII
458
9
31
APPENDIX A.2
PREDOMINANTLY MALE JOB CLASSES - RANKINGS
Sector
Job position Class
Title
______ ____________________________________________________________________
Job classes
Ranking
_____________
_______________
________________________
_________
3 - Santé et services sociaux
6395
1
PIPE INSULATOR (E.S.)
463
6
2 - Commissions scolaires
5303
0
NIGHT CARETAKER OR NIGHT JANITOR (9 275 M2 OR MORE)
485
6
4 - Collèges
C739
0
STATIONARY ENGINEER CLASS XIV
488
N/A (1)
3 - Santé et services sociaux
6262
1
PAINTING AND MAINTENANCE ATTENDANT
489
6
3 - Santé et services sociaux
6418
1
PHYSICALLY HANDICAPPED BENEFICIARIES TRANSPORT ATTENDANT (E.S.)
490
5
3 - Santé et services sociaux
3467
3567
1
1
THERAPEUTIC EQUIPMENT ATTENDANT
492
7
3 - Santé et services sociaux
THERAPEUTIC EQUIPMENT ATTENDANT (35 H)
492
7
3 - Santé et services sociaux
3459
1
BENEFICIARY ATTENDANT ("A" CERTIFICATION)
495
6
3 - Santé et services sociaux
6410
1
INSTITUTIONAL GUARD
496
8
3 - Santé et services sociaux
3687
1
EDUCATION INSTRUCTOR
502
8
3 - Santé et services sociaux
3247
1
ORTHOPEDIC ATTENDANT
506
7
4 - Collèges
C745
0
STATIONARY ENGINEER, CLASS XX
507
N/A (1)
3 - Santé et services sociaux
6415
1
GENERAL HELPER IN A NORTHERN INSTITUTION
508
6
4 - Collèges
0
0
STATIONARY ENGINEER CLASS XVI
510
9
4 - Collèges
C741
C742
STATIONARY ENGINEER CLASS XVII
510
9
2 - Commissions scolaires
5317
0
MAINTENANCE WORKMAN CLASS I (WINDOW INSTALLER, TILE SETTER, SANDER)
512
5
3 - Santé et services sociaux
6372
1
GLAZIER
514
7
32
APPENDIX A.2
PREDOMINANTLY MALE JOB CLASSES - RANKINGS
Sector
Job position Class
Title
______ ____________________________________________________________________
Job classes
Ranking
_____________
_______________
________________________
_________
3 - Santé et services sociaux
6350
0
VEHICLES ATTENDANT
528
N/A (1)
4 - Collèges
C908
0
SECURITY ATTENDANT
532
5
2 - Commissions scolaires
5309
0
HEAVY VEHICLE DRIVER ASSISTANT
536
4
2 - Commissions scolaires
5304
0
NIGHT CARETAKER OR NIGHT JANITOR (LESS THAN 9 275 M )
541
5
2 - Commissions scolaires
5336
10
MOVER (CSDM)
542
3
3 - Santé et services sociaux
3245
1
AUDIOVISUAL ATTENDANT
544
3
3 - Santé et services sociaux
3204
1
TRANSPORT ATTENDANT
545
3
3 - Santé et services sociaux
3485
1
STRETCHER BEARER
564
4
4 - Collèges
C934
0
LABOURER
576
2
3 - Santé et services sociaux
6307
1
DISHWASHING MACHINE OPERATOR
577
3
2 - Commissions scolaires
5318
0
MAINTENANCE WORKMAN CLASS II (ASSISTANT CARETAKER OR ASSISTANT
JANITOR, LABOURER)
587
2
3 - Santé et services sociaux
6366
1
REFRIGERATION MACHINERY MASTER MECHANIC (E.S.)
591
N/A (1)
3 - Santé et services sociaux
6238
1
SECURITY ATTENDANT (E.S.)
594
4
4 - Collèges
C905
0
RESIDENCE CARETAKER OR RESIDENCE JANITOR
600
6
3 - Santé et services sociaux
6387
1
STATIONARY ENGINEER HELPER
601
N/A (1)
4 - Collèges
C703
0
OFFSET DUPLICATOR OPERATOR
605
6
2
33
APPENDIX A.2
PREDOMINANTLY MALE JOB CLASSES - RANKINGS
Sector
________________________
Job position Class
_________
Title
______ ____________________________________________________________________
Job classes
Ranking
_____________
_______________
N/A (1)
3 - Santé et services sociaux
6348
1
DOOR ATTENDANT
606
2 - Commissions scolaires
4225
0
BINDER TECHNICIAN (CSDM)
631
6
3 - Santé et services sociaux
3458
1
COMMUNITY SUPERVISION OFFICER (INSTITUT PINEL)
634
12
3 - Santé et services sociaux
3545
1
INTERVENTION OFFICER
637
8
3 - Santé et services sociaux
6436
0
INTERVENTION OFFICER (INSTITUT PINEL)
638
7
3 - Santé et services sociaux
3594
1
LIVING UNIT OFFICER
639
7
3 - Santé et services sociaux
6405
1
HEAVY VEHICLE DRIVER HELPER (E.S.)
656
N/A (1)
3 - Santé et services sociaux
6414
1
GENERAL HELPER
664
3
3 - Santé et services sociaux
6337
1
CHIEF COOK (AGREEMENT C.A.)
697
12
3 - Santé et services sociaux
6351
6385
1
1
JANITOR
710
4
3 - Santé et services sociaux
JANITOR (35 H)
710
4
3 - Santé et services sociaux
6374
1
SHOEMAKER
734
4
3 - Santé et services sociaux
6346
0
GUARD (INSTITUT PINEL)
749
7
3 - Santé et services sociaux
3684
0
WORKSHOPS INSTRUCTOR (INSTITUT PINEL)
779
10
3 - Santé et services sociaux
3597
1
SHIPPING INSTRUCTOR
781
8
3 - Santé et services sociaux
3691
1
HORTICULTURE INSTRUCTOR (GREENHOUSES)
782
8
34
APPENDIX A.2
PREDOMINANTLY MALE JOB CLASSES - RANKINGS
Sector
________________________
Job position Class
_________
Title
______ ____________________________________________________________________
Job classes
Ranking
_____________
_______________
8
3 - Santé et services sociaux
3697
1
FARM WORK INSTRUCTOR
783
3 - Santé et services sociaux
3546
1
BOOKBINDING INSTRUCTOR (E.S.)
784
8
3 - Santé et services sociaux
6254
1
GENERAL MAINTENANCE CARPENTER (E.S.)
819
N/A (1)
3 - Santé et services sociaux
6407
1
CLEANER (E.S.)
825
4
3 - Santé et services sociaux
2264
1
ORTHOTIST AND/OR PROSTHESIST
832
15
3 - Santé et services sociaux
2263
1
REMUNERATION OF SOME ORTHOSIS/PROSTHESIS MECHANICS
878
10
3 - Santé et services sociaux
5230
1
DISTRIBUTER (CRSSS - MONTREAL METRO)
879
N/A (1)
3 - Santé et services sociaux
2377
1
MECHANICAL FABRICATION TECHNICIAN
894
12
3 - Santé et services sociaux
2379
1
INSTRUMENTATION AND CONTROL TECHNICIAN
896
14
3 - Santé et services sociaux
2203
1
PATHOLOGY ASSISTANT (E.S.)
942
N/A (1)
2 - Commissions scolaires
4283
0
BINDER
951
5
2 - Commissions scolaires
2122
0
ENGINEER
954
22
3 - Santé et services sociaux
2371
1
ELECTRO-MECHANIC TECHNICIAN (E.S.)
959
13
(1)
This job class could not be assessed for lack of information or survey. Therefore it has not been used to establish the curve for the salary compensation of the predominantly male job class.
35
APPENDIX A.3
PREDOMINANTLY MIXED (NO PREDOMINANCE) JOB CLASSES
Sector
________________________
Job
position
_________
Class
Title
______ ____________________________________________________________________
Job classes
_____________
2104
C219
0
0
EDUCATION CONSULTANT
3
4 - Collèges
EDUCATION CONSULTANT
3
3 - Santé et services sociaux
1701
0
VOCATIONAL GUIDANCE COUNSELLOR (RESERVED TITLE) OR COUNSELLOR IN SUPPORTIVE
RELATIONS
7
3 - Santé et services sociaux
1109
0
ADMINISTRATIVE PROCESSES SPECIALIST
9
3 - Santé et services sociaux
1534
0
HEARING DEFICIENCIES TRAINING OFFICER (E.S.)
21
2 - Commissions scolaires
2105
C209
0
0
SPECIALIST IN TEACHING METHODS AND TECHNIQUES
23
SPECIALIST IN TEACHING METHODS AND TECHNIQUES
23
2107
C206
0
0
STUDENT ACTIVITIES ANIMATOR
31
STUDENT ACTIVITIES ANIMATOR
31
C232
C263
0
0
STUDENT AFFAIRS COUNSELLOR
33
STUDENT LIFE COUNSELLOR
33
2267
2268
2288
1
1
1
EXTRA-CORPORAL CIRCULATION TECHNICIAN
50
CLINICAL PERFUSIONIST (36,25 H)
50
CLINICAL PERFUSIONIST
50
4209
C404
0
0
LABORATORY TECHNICIAN
63
LABORATORY TECHNICIAN
63
2102
2105
1
1
CONTRIBUTIONS TECHNICIAN
64
CONTRIBUTIONS TECHNICIAN (32,5 H)
64
2 - Commissions scolaires
4 - Collèges
2 - Commissions scolaires
4 - Collèges
4 - Collèges
4 - Collèges
3 - Santé et services sociaux
3 - Santé et services sociaux
3 - Santé et services sociaux
2 - Commissions scolaires
4 - Collèges
3 - Santé et services sociaux
3 - Santé et services sociaux
37
APPENDIX A.3
PREDOMINANTLY MIXED (NO PREDOMINANCE) JOB CLASSES
Sector
________________________
2 - Commissions scolaires
Job
position
_________
Class
Title
______ ____________________________________________________________________
Job classes
_____________
4279
C409
0
0
GRAPHIC ARTS TECHNICIAN
76
4 - Collèges
GRAPHIC ARTS TECHNICIAN
76
2 - Commissions scolaires
4280
0
SCHOOL TRANSPORTATION TECHNICIAN
77
2 - Commissions scolaires
4214
0
RECREATIONAL ACTIVITIES TECHNICIAN
83
2 - Commissions scolaires
4201
0
DATA PROCESSING OPERATOR PRINCIPAL CLASS
87
2 - Commissions scolaires
4107
0
BUYER
107
3 - Santé et services sociaux
5138
5140
1
1
BUYER (32,5 H)
108
BUYER
108
5312
6300
6301
C916
2
1
1
2
COOK CLASS II
115
COOK (35 H)
115
COOK
115
COOK CLASS II
115
1
1
1
LAUNDRY-LINEN ATTENDANT (C.S.D.)
176
LAUNDRY ATTENDANT
176
4 - Santé et services sociaux
6221
6321
6421
LAUNDRY ATTENDANT
176
3 - Santé et services sociaux
1207
0
BIOLOGICAL AND HEALTH PHYSICS SCIENCE SPECIALIST
196
3 - Santé et services sociaux
1544
0
CRIMINOLOGIST
220
3 - Santé et services sociaux
1106
0
INSTITUTION COUNSELLOR
233
3 - Santé et services sociaux
1559
0
BEHAVIORAL OFFICER
236
3 - Santé et services sociaux
2 - Commissions scolaires
3 - Santé et services sociaux
3 - Santé et services sociaux
4 - Collèges
3 - Santé et services sociaux
3 - Santé et services sociaux
38
APPENDIX A.3
PREDOMINANTLY MIXED (NO PREDOMINANCE) JOB CLASSES
Sector
Job
position
Class
Title
________________________
_________
3 - Santé et services sociaux
1551
0
COMMUNITY ORGANIZER
240
3 - Santé et services sociaux
1658
0
RECREOLOGIST
241
3 - Santé et services sociaux
1107
0
COMMUNICATIONS SPECIALIST
248
3 - Santé et services sociaux
2362
1
ORTHOSIS-PROSTHESIS TECHNICIAN
293
3 - Santé et services sociaux
2280
1
HORTICULTURE TECHNICIAN (E.S.)
351
3 - Santé et services sociaux
3451
1
OPERATING ROOM TECHNICAL ASSISTANT (E.S.)
409
3 - Santé et services sociaux
3241
1
ANIMAL ATTENDANT
538
3 - Santé et services sociaux
6320
6420
1
1
LAUNDERER
546
4 - Santé et services sociaux
LAUNDERER (36,25 H)
546
3 - Santé et services sociaux
3209
1
INHALATION THERAPY ATTENDANT
547
3 - Santé et services sociaux
6349
1
RESIDENCE GUARD
565
3 - Santé et services sociaux
3476
0
WATCHOVER ATTENDANT (RESIDENTIAL MILIEU)
581
3 - Santé et services sociaux
6347
1
ELEVATOR ATTENDANT
585
3 - Santé et services sociaux
1114
1
LAWYER
683
3 - Santé et services sociaux
3460
1
SENIOR REHABILITATION THERAPIST (E.S.)
898
COLLEGES TEACHERS
923
4 - Collèges
______ ____________________________________________________________________
Job classes
_____________
39
APPENDIX A.4
PREDOMINANTLY MIXED (NO PREDOMINANCE) JOB CLASSES UNDER REVISION
Sector
________________________
Job
position
_________
Class
Title
______ ____________________________________________________________________
Job classes
_____________
0
0
0
PSYCHOLOGIST OR COUNSELLOR IN REEDUCATION
1 (1)
PSYCHOLOGIST (RESERVED TITLE) OR HUMAN BEHAVIOR THERAPIST
1 (1)
4 - Collèges
2113
1546
C225
PSYCHOLOGIST OR COUNSELLOR IN REEDUCATION
1 (1)
3 - Santé et services sociaux
1652
0
PSYCHO-EDUCATOR
2 - Commissions scolaires
3 - Santé et services sociaux
226 (1)
(1) If the gender predominance of these job positions should be modified, after the Pay Equity Committee revision, the notice following the second posting will indicate the job positions ranking.
40
APPENDIX B
PAY EQUITY
NOTICE FOLLOWING THE FIRST POSTING
PAY EQUITY PLAN
OF THE CONSEIL DU TRÉSOR
FOR ALL EMPLOYEES IN THE HEALTH AND SOCIAL SERVICES SECTOR,
SCHOOL BOARDS AND COLLEGES SECTOR
REPRESENTED BY CERTIFIED ASSOCIATIONS
AND ALL NON-UNION MEMBER EMPLOYEES IN THE SAME JOB CLASSES
The first posting began June 6, 2006.
Employees are allowed by the Pay Equity Act to request additional information or send observations to the
Pay Equity Committee within 60 days of the first posting. Considering this deadline is expired, the Pay
Equity Committee studied comments and observations and decided that they do not lead to any
modification to the first posting document. However, the Pay Equity Committee agreed to submit for a
revision of the job positions gender predominance of psychologist (number 1) and psychoeducator
(number 226), and this, before the end of the second posting.
However, the Pay Equity Committee agreed upon to proceed with some modifications so that the most
representative image of the enterprise is made out from the date the plan has been carried out, that is to
say November 21, 2001.
On the one hand, missing titles or job positions must be added to predominantly female, male and mixed
(no predominance) job classes, respectively identified at appendixes 2.1, 2.2 and 2.3.
On the other hand, the job position 5145 - secretary has been removed from the predominantly female job
class 143. This job position belongs to the predominantly female job class 120.
In the end, the Pay Equity Committee has agreed upon the predominance of the job classes presented to
the appendix 2.4. The job class of perfusionnist is identified to be predominantly mixed and the job class
of sociotherapist is identified to be predominantly male. Therefore, the appendix 2.4 is abrogated.
1
The following tables detail each of the modifications previously mentioned.
MODIFICATIONS TO THE APPENDIX 2.1 PREDOMINANTLY FEMALE JOB CLASSES
Job
position
Class
Title
Job class
3 – Health and Social
services
1232
0
PHYSIOTHÉRAPIST (RÉSERVED TITLE) OR FUNCTIONAL
REHABILITATION THERAPIST
16
3 - Health and Social
services
1221
0
PROFESSIONAL DIETITIAN-NUTRITIONIST (RESERVED TITLE)
OR UNIVERSITY GRADUATE IN DIETETICS
19
3 - Health and Social
services
1224
0
PROFESSIONAL DIETITIAN-NUTRITIONIST (RESERVED TITLE)
OR UNIVERSITY GRADUATE IN DIETETICS
19
3 - Health and Social
services
1231
0
OCCUPATIONAL
THERAPIST
(RESERVED
TITLE)
UNIVERSITY GRADUATE IN OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY
20
3 - Health and Social
services
2467
1
ASSISTANT HEAD NURSE TO NURSING UNIT
37
3 - Health and Social
services
2463
1
NURSE EDUCATOR (35 H)
40
3 - Health and Social
services
2464
1
NURSE EDUCATOR (35 H)
40
3 - Health and Social
services
2243
1
RESPIRATORY THERAPIST (RÉSERVÉD TITLE)
45
3 - Health and Social
services
2249
1
ASSISTANT HEAD RESPIRATORY THERAPIST (RESERVED
TITLE)
47
3 - Health and Social
services
2233
1
TECHNICAL COORDINATOR (LABORATORY)
51
3 - Health and Social
services
2221
1
MEDICAL TECHNOLOGIST (RESERVED TITLE) – LABORATORY
TECHNICIAN
53
3 - Health and Social
services
2211
1
SPECIALIZED RADIOLOGY TECHNOLOGIST
55
3 - Health and Social
services
2209
1
NUCLEAR MEDECINE TECHNOLOGIST
57
3 - Health and Social
services
2210
1
NUCLEAR MEDECINE TECHNOLOGIST
57
3 - Health and Social
services
2692
1
ÉDUCATOR (E.S.) (35 H)
66
3 - Health and Social
services
2692
2
ÉDUCATOR (E.S.) (35 H)
66
3 - Health and Social
services
2692
3
ÉDUCATOR (E.S.) (35 H)
66
3 - Health and Social
services
2216
1
CLINICAL INSTRUCTOR (RADIOLOGY)
69
3 - Health and Social
services
2274
1
PSYCHO-TECHNICIAN
81
3 - Health and Social
services
2355
1
DOCUMENTATION TECHNICIAN
85
3 - Health and Social
services
2365
1
DOCUMENTATION TECHNICIAN
85
3 - Health and Social
services
3436
1
NURSING ASSISTANT (RÉSERVÉ TITLE) (35 H)
95
3 - Health and Social
services
3437
1
NURSING ASSISTANT (RÉSERVÉ TITLE) (35 H)
95
C917
0
COOK CLASS III
135
SECRÉTARY
143
Sector
4 - Colleges
3 - Health and Social
services
5145
2
OR
Job
position
Class
Title
Job class
3 - Health and Social
services
1549
0
SOCIAL WORKER OR UNIVERSITY GRADUATE SOCIAL WORK
168
3 - Health and Social
services
5126
1
DATA PROCESSING ATTENDANT
173
3 - Health and Social
services
5166
1
MESSENGER
(36,25 H)
(C.C.U.S.)
(R.R.S.S.S.
MONTRÉAL-MÉTRO)
3 - Health and Social
services
5229
1
MESSENGER
(36,25 H)
(C.C.U.S.)
(R.R.S.S.S.
MONTRÉAL-MÉTRO)
3 - Health and Social
services
5136
1
REPROGRAPHY ATTENDANT
182
3 - Health and Social
services
5029
1
CLERK
183
3 - Health and Social
services
2269
1
DENTAL HYGIÉNIST (RÉSERVÉD TITLE) OR DENTAL HYGIENE
TECHNICIAN
273
2 – School Boards
4231
0
INTERPRÈTER-TECHNICIAN
289
3 - Health and Social
services
3463
1
CHILD NURSE/BABY NURSE
364
3 - Health and Social
services
6204
1
COOK HELPER
497
3 - Health and Social
services
3698
1
RECREATION INSTRUCTOR
501
3 - Health and Social
services
6225
1
TAILOR OR SEAMSTRESS
537
3 - Health and Social
services
2699
3
HEAD OF MODULE
599
3 - Health and Social
services
3499
1
REHABILITATION OR INDUSTRIAL OCCUPATION ATTENDANT
(E.S.)
852
Title
Job
classes of
the
reference
position
Sector
181
181
JOB POSITIONS « TRAINEES »
Job
positions
Class
3 - Health and Social
services
1238
1
ELIGIBLE APPLICANT BY EQUIVALENCE, PHYSIOTHERAPIST
16
3 - Health and Social
services
2475
1
APPLICANT TO THE NURSING PRACTICE (36, 25 H)
41
3 - Health and Social
services
2476
1
APPLICANT TO THE NURSING PRACTICE (35 H)
41
3 - Health and Social
services
2477
1
ELIGIBLE APPLICANT BY EQUIVALENCE (36,25 H)
41
3 - Health and Social
services
2478
1
ELIGIBLE APPLICANT BY EQUIVALENCE (35 H)
41
3 - Health and Social
services
2485
1
NURSE ON UPGRADING COURSE (5 YEARS AND MORE)
41
3 - Health and Social
services
2486
1
NURSE ON UPGRADING COURSE (5 YEARS AND MORE) (35 H)
41
3 - Health and Social
services
3529
1
NURSING ASSISTANT ON UPGRADING COURSE (5 YEARS
AND MORE) (36,25 H)
95
3 - Health and Social
services
3530
1
NURSING ASSISTANT ON UPGRADING COURSE (5 YEARS
AND MORE) (35 H)
95
Sector
3
MODIFICATIONS TO THE APPENDIX 2.2 PREDOMINANTLY MALE JOB CLASSES
Job
positions
Class
2 – School Boards
2136
0
SPIRITUAL,
RELIGIOUS
CONSULTANT
3 - Health and Social
services
2279
1
HÉMODYNAMICS TECHNOLOGIST
49
3 - Health and Social
services
2256
1
AUDIOVISUAL TECHNICIAN
84
3 - Health and Social
services
5120
1
DUPLICATOR OFFSET OPÉRATOR
140
3 - Health and Social
services
2373
1
ÉLECTRODYNAMICS TECHNICIAN (E.S.)
193
3 - Health and Social
services
2697
1
SOCIOTHÉRAPIST (INSTITUT PINEL)
297
Sector
Job
classes
Title
AND
MORAL
EDUCATION
10
MODIFICATIONS TO THE APPENDIX 2.3 PREDOMINANTLY MIXED (NO PREDOMINANCE) JOB
CLASSES
Job
positions
Class
3 - Health and Social
services
2267
1
EXTRA-CORPORAL CIRCULATION TECHNICIAN
50
3 - Health and Social
services
2268
1
CLINICAL PERFUSIONIST (36,25 H)
50
3 - Health and Social
services
2288
1
CLINICAL PERFUSIONIST
50
3 - Health and Social
services
6421
1
LAUNDRY ATTENDANT
176
3 - Health and Social
services
6420
1
LAUNDERER (36,25 H)
546
Sector
Title
4
Job
classes
The official version (French) is available on the Internet at the following address:
http://www.tresor.gouv.qc.ca/fr/publications/ress_humaine/condition/equite/parassns_1b.pdf
A non official English translation is also available at the same address.
The document may be also consulted by employees at the Human Resources management office, at
unions organizations represented at the Pay Equity Committee and at the following addresses :
CSN : www.secteurpublic.csn.qc.ca
CSQ : www.csq.qc.net
FIIQ : www.fiiq.qc.ca
FTQ : www.ftq.qc.ca
APTS : www.aptsq.com
FISA : www.fisa.ca
CSD : www.csd.qc.ca
From August 28, 2006, the Pay Equity Committee will proceed with the second posting according to the
section 76, paragraph 2 of the Pay Equity Act since the stages expected to paragraphs 3 and 4 of the
section 50 have been achieved. Employees targeted by this plan will then be able, within 60 days, to
request additional information or send observations to the Pay Equity Committee.
5
FIRST POSTING
APPLICATION OF THE PAY EQUITY ACT (SECTIONS 75 AND 76)
PAY EQUITY PLAN
OF THE CONSEIL DU TRÉSOR
FOR ALL EMPLOYEES IN THE HEALTH AND SOCIAL SERVICES
SECTOR, SCHOOL BOARDS AND COLLEGES SECTOR
REPRESENTED BY CERTIFIED ASSOCIATIONS
AND ALL NON-UNION MEMBER EMPLOYEES IN THE SAME JOB
CLASSES
JUNE 6, 2006
You will find below the elements of the first posting required under the Pay Equity Plan
(sections 75 and 76). The official version (French) is available on the Internet at:
http://www.tresor.gouv.qc.ca/fr/publications/ress_humaine/condition/equite/parassns_1a.pdf
An English version is also available at the same address. The document may also be consulted at
the following addresses:
CSN : www.secteurpublic.csn.qc.ca
CSQ : www.csq.qc.net
FIIQ : www.fiiq.qc.ca
FTQ : www.ftq.qc.ca
APTS : www.aptsq.com
FISA : www.fisa.ca
CSD : www.csd.qc.ca
Coming into effect
This posting comes into effect on June 6, 2006, and, in keeping with the Pay Equity Act, expires on
August 4, 2006.
Information − observations
Any employee concerned by this posting and wishing to request additional information or make
observations to the Pay Equity Committee, may e-mail the latter at : [email protected]
or send its questions or observations to:
Comité d’équité salariale du secteur parapublic
875, Grande Allée Est
Édifice J, RC 05
Québec (Québec) G1R 5R8
Information requests and observations will be forwarded to all members of the Pay Equity
Committee. Within 30 days following August the 4th, 2006, the Pay Equity Committee will prepare
a new posting indicating any modification made or will post a notice stating that no modification is
required.
Note that bargaining agents and employer local representatives will, using various means of
communication, help diffusion the information contained in this posting.
FIRST POSTING
PAY EQUITY PLAN
OF THE CONSEIL DU TRÉSOR FOR ALL EMPLOYEES IN THE HEALTH AND SOCIAL
SERVICES SECTOR, SCHOOL BOARDS AND COLLEGES SECTOR
REPRESENTED BY CERTIFIED ASSOCIATIONS
AND ALL NON-UNION MEMBER EMPLOYEES IN THE SAME JOB CLASSES
First posting required by the Pay Equity Act
At the Pay Equity Committee meeting of May 26, 2006, committee members agreed to proceed
with the first posting according to the provisions of the Pay Equity Act. The documents comprising
this posting are described below.
1. Pay Equity Committee composition
To establish the Pay Equity Committee (see Appendix 1), the parties shall comply with the
terms and conditions stipulated in Chapter II of the Pay Equity Act regarding union and female
representation and the area covered and it will be applied in due respect of the article of the act
C.6 which foresee the mix.
2. Job class identification and determining gender predominance
To identify job classes, each job title and position in the Health and Social services sector,
School boards and Colleges, was analyzed to determine whether it should be grouped
together with other job titles or positions. To do so, the following three criteria provided for in
the Pay Equity Act were used: similar duties or responsibilities, the same maximum rate and
similar qualifications. Thus some job titles and positions were matched across sectors.
To determine the gender predominance of each job class, the four criteria stipulated in section
55 of the Pay Equity Act were used. To determine whether a job class is considered
predominantly female or male or mixed (no predominance), the job classes were analyzed
based on:
⇒ Gender predominance noted (at least 60% of the employees in the job class are of the
same sex).
⇒ Society’s occupational gender stereotypes (the job class is commonly associated with
women (e.g. receptionist, seamstress) or men (e.g. butcher, electrician).
⇒ Historical evolution (the historical incumbency of the job class in the enterprise indicates
that it is a predominantly female or predominantly male job class).
⇒ Difference in rate of representation (the difference between the rate of representation of
women or men in the job class and their rate of representation in the employer’s total
workforce is significant).
Appendix 2 contains 3 tables (2-1, 2-2, 2-3 and 2-4). The first presents predominantly female
job classes, the second, predominantly male job classes and the third, mixed (no
predominance) job classes and lastly the job classes where the predominance is to be
determine.
3. Job class evaluation method and tools description
A job evaluation system comprising 17 sub-factors was developed to assess the job classes
covered by the plan (see Appendix 3).
The job evaluation system comprises the four (4) assessment factors provided for in the Pay
Equity Act, namely: required qualifications, responsibilities, efforts required and conditions
under which work is performed.
The sub-factors chosen cover both the characteristics specific to predominantly female job
classes and those specific to predominantly male job classes. To do so, many authoritative
reference works in the field of pay equity were used.
Two job analysis questionnaires were prepared to gather information describing positions in
the job classes targeted (see Appendix 4 and 5). As well, each party gathered additional data
so that the information would be as complete as possible.
Questionnaires pre-test was given to a sample group that was representative of the job
classes targeted in order to gauge each question’s relevance and the job analysis
questionnaires’ reliability and validity.
An evaluation system pre-test was given to gauge the results’ reliability and validity. On this
basis, the evaluation system appears to be devoid of gender biases.
4. Assessment procedure development
The sampling method selected enabled the number of representative positions distributed
throughout the job classes in the area covered to be determined. The principle used to
determine the number of positions to be sampled is the following: the higher the number of
individuals in a job class, the lower the proportion of people to select.
The people asked to complete a questionnaire were selected at random for each job class.
The response rate was deemed satisfactory for the very great majority of job classes, resulting
in a representative picture of the job classes analyzed based on sufficient, quality information.
Surveys were conducted by union organizations, mainly in group interviews, from June to
December 2002. Other surveys were conducted between March and April 2005 as well as in
November 2005. The employer helped facilitate this phase. Should the Pay Equity Committee
feel that further information is required for any job class, additional surveys will be conducted
using the same methodology.
Subcommittees will be formed to assess the various job classes based on the information
available. The Pay Equity Committee will then assess the predominantly female and male job
classes in keeping with the subcommittee’s recommendations.
APPENDIX 1
MEMBERS OF THE PAY EQUITY COMMITEE
___________________________________________
APPENDIX 1
Members of the pay equity commitee
Pierrette Beauchesne
Daniel Boyer
Ministère de l’Éducation, des Loisirs et du Sport
150, boul. René-Lévesque Est, 17e étage
Québec (Québec) G1R 5X1
Courriel : [email protected]
Féd. des travailleurs et travailleuses du Québec
565, Boul. Crémazie est, Bureau 4300
Montréal (Québec) H2M 2V6
Courriel : [email protected]
Gilles Charland
Judith Carroll
Secrétariat du Conseil du trésor
875, Grande Allée est, Section 1.01
Québec (Québec) G1R 5R8
Courriel : [email protected].gouv.qc.ca
Confédération des syndicats nationaux
1601, de Lorimier
Montréal (Québec) H2K 4M5
Courriel : [email protected]
Bruno Côté
Louis De Garie
Secrétariat du Conseil du trésor
875, Grande Allée est, RC-05
Québec (Québec) G1R 5R8
Courriel : [email protected]
Confédération des syndicats nationaux
1601, de Lorimier
Montréal (Québec) H2K 4M5
Courriel : [email protected]
Dominique Gauthier
Claude Faucher
Secrétariat du Conseil du trésor
875, Grande Allée est, RC-05
Québec (Québec) G1R 5R8
Courriel : [email protected]
Centrale des syndicats démocratiques, au nom
des autres organisations syndicales de la Santé et
des Services sociaux
9405, Sherbrooke Est, bureau 2000
Montréal (Québec) H1L 6P3
Courriel : [email protected]
André Matte
Sophie Fontaine
Ministère de la Santé et des Services sociaux
1005, Chemin Ste-Foy, 4e étage
Québec (Québec) G1S 4N4
Courriel : [email protected]
Fédération des infirmières et infirmiers du Québec
2050, De Bleury, 4ième étage
Montréal (Québec) H3A 2J5
Courriel : [email protected]
Martine Gagnon
Centrale des syndicats du Québec
320, rue St-Joseph Est, Bureau 100
Québec (Québec) G1K 9E7
Courriel : [email protected]
Members of the pay equity commitee
Élise Leclerc
Fédération indépendante des syndicats affiliés, Au
nom des autres organisations syndicales de
l’Éducation
5075, boul Wilfird-Hamel, bureau 215
Québec (Québec) G2E 5G3
Courriel : [email protected]
Luce Leblanc
Alliance du personnel professionnel et technique
de la santé et des services sociaux
1111, rue Saint-Charles Ouest, bureau 1050
Longueuil
(Québec)
J4K
5G4
Courriel : [email protected]
Sylvie Savard
Fédération des infirmières et infirmiers du Québec
2050, De Bleury, 4ième étage
Montréal (Québec) H3A 2J5
Courriel : [email protected]
Lise Simard
Féd. des travailleurs et travailleuses du Québec
565, Boul. Crémazie est, 8e étage
Montréal (Québec) H2M 2V6
Courriel : [email protected]
Brent Tweddell
Centrale des syndicats du Québec
320, rue St-Joseph Est, Bureau 100
Québec (Québec) G1K 9E7
Courriel : [email protected]
APPENDIX 2
JOB CLASSES 1 AND GENDER PREDOMINANCE
Appendix 2.1 Predominantly female job classes
Appendix 2.2 Predominantly male job classes
Appendix 2.3 Predominantly mixed (no predominance) job classes
Appendix 2.4 Predominantly job classes to determine
___________________________________________________________
1
When using the male form it is also includes the female form and vice versa.
PREDOMINANTLY FEMALE JOB CLASSES
Sector
________________________
3 - Health and Social services
3 - Health and Social services
3 - Health and Social services
3 - Health and Social services
3 - Health and Social services
3 - Health and Social services
3 - Health and Social services
3 - Health and Social services
3 - Health and Social services
3 - Health and Social services
Job
position
_________
1108
1110
1120
1555
1556
1562
1563
1705
1853
1863
Class Title
______ __________________________________________________________________
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
APPENDIX 2.1
Job class
Retained
predominance
_____________
_______________
PLANNING AND PROGRAMMING OFFICER
6
SOCIO-ECONOMIC RESEARCH AND PLANNING OFFICER
6
SOCIAL AND HEALTH PLANNING AND PROGRAMMING OFFICER (D.S.C.)
6
PLANNING, PROGRAMMING AND RESEARCH OFFICER (R.R.S.S.S.)
6
RESEARCH OFFICER
6
PROGRAMMING OFFICER
6
PROGRAMMING OFFICER (D.S.C.) (E.S.)
6
SOCIAL AND HEALTH RESEARCH OFFICER
6
SOCIAL SERVICES PLANNING AND PROGRAMMING OFFICER
6
SOCIAL PROGRAMS MANAGEMENT SPECIALIST
6
Job class 6
3 - Health and Social services
1236
ASSISTANT HEAD PHYSIOTHERAPIST
2219
1
ASSISTANT HEAD RADIOLOGY TECHNOLOGIST
13
13
Job class 11
3 - Health and Social services
Job class 12
2112
0
SPEECH THERAPIST, AUDIOLOGIST, OR HEARING AND LANGUAGE CORRECTION
OFFICER
3 - Health and Social services
1204
0
AUDIOLOGIST-SPEECH THERAPIST (RESERVED TITLE) OR HEARING, SPEECH,
LANGUAGE AND COMMUNICATION THERAPIST
3 - Health and Social services
1254
1255
0
0
AUDIOLOGIST (RESERVED TITLE) OR HEARING THERAPIST
13
SPEECH THERAPIST (RESERVED TITLE) OR SPEECH, LANGUAGE AND
COMMUNICATION THERAPIST
13
2103
C261
0
0
MEASUREMENT AND EVALUATION CONSULTANT
Job class 13
2 - School boards
4 - Colleges
MEASUREMENT AND EVALUATION CONSULTANT
3 - Health and Social services
2106
1656
0
0
READAPTATION OFFICER (PSYCHOEDUCATOR OR ORTHOPEDAGOGUE)
ORTHO-PEDAGOGIST
1233
0
PHYSIOTHERAPIST (RESERVED TITLE) OR UNIVERSITY GRADUATE FUNCTIONAL
REHABILITATION THERAPIST
0
CLINICAL TEACHER, PHYSIOTHERAPY
1234
15
0
DIETITIAN OR NUTRITION CONSULTANT
2115
F
16
F
17
Job class 17
2 - School boards
F
15
Job class 16
3 - Health and Social services
F
14
Job class 15
3 - Health and Social services
F
14
Job class 14
2 - School boards
F
12
2 - School boards
3 - Health and Social services
F
11
F
18
Job class 18
F
1
PREDOMINANTLY FEMALE JOB CLASSES
Sector
________________________
Job
position
_________
Class Title
______ __________________________________________________________________
3 - Health and Social services
1223
0
PROFESSIONAL DIETITIAN-NUTRITIONIST (RESERVED TITLE) OR UNIVERSITY
GRADUATE IN DIETETICS
3 - Health and Social services
1226
0
NUTRITION COUNSELLOR (WITHOUT INTERNSHIP)
APPENDIX 2.1
Job class
Retained
predominance
_____________
_______________
19
19
Job class 19
2 - School boards
3 - Health and Social services
2116
1230
0
0
OCCUPATIONAL THERAPIST, PHYSIOTHERAPIST OR REHABILITATION OFFICER
20
OCCUPATIONAL THERAPIST (RESERVED TITLE) OR THERAPIST IN FUNCTIONAL
REHABILITATION THROUGH ACTIVITY
20
0
TRAINING OFFICER
0
0
ACADEMIC AND VOCATIONAL INFORMATION COUNSELLOR
Job class 20
3 - Health and Social services
1533
4 - Colleges
2114
C214
ACADEMIC AND VOCATIONAL INFORMATION COUNSELLOR
29
2 - School boards
2140
0
TRANSLATOR
2 - School boards
2119
1242
1243
C203
0
0
0
0
INFORMATION OFFICER
34
INFORMATION OFFICER
34
1
1
1
ASSISTANT HEAD NURSE
37
ASSISTANT TO THE IMMEDIATE SUPERIOR (NURSE) (35 H)
37
4 - Colleges
INFORMATION OFFICER (R.R.S.S.S)
34
INFORMATION OFFICER
34
Job class 34
3 - Health and Social services
3 - Health and Social services
3 - Health and Social services
2468
2487
2488
ASSISTANT TO THE IMMEDIATE SUPERIOR (NURSE)
3 - Health and Social services
2458
2459
1
1
TEAM LEADER NURSE (ORGANIZED TEAM WORK) (35 H)
TEAM LEADER NURSE (ORGANIZED TEAM WORK)
2462
1
NURSE EDUCATOR
F
F
39
39
Job class 39
3 - Health and Social services
F
37
Job class 37
3 - Health and Social services
F
32
Job class 32
3 - Health and Social services
F
29
Job class 29
3 - Health and Social services
F
22
Job class 22
2 - School boards
F
F
40
Job class 40
F
2
PREDOMINANTLY FEMALE JOB CLASSES
Sector
________________________
2 - School boards
3 - Health and Social services
3 - Health and Social services
Job
position
_________
4206
2471
2474
Class Title
______ __________________________________________________________________
0
1
1
APPENDIX 2.1
Job class
Retained
predominance
_____________
_______________
NURSE
41
NURSE (36,25 H)
41
NURSE (35 H)
41
Job class 41
3 - Health and Social services
2473
1
NURSE - INSTITUT PINEL (40 H)
3 - Health and Social services
2244
1
RESPIRATORY TECHNICIAN (RESERVED TITLE) OR PULMONARY FUNCTION
TECHNICIAN
3 - Health and Social services
2247
1
CLINICAL TEACHER (INHALATION THERAPY)
3 - Health and Social services
2248
1
ASSISTANT HEAD RESPIRATORY THERAPIST (RESERVED TITLE) OR ASSISTANT HEAD
PULMONARY FUNCTION TECHNICIAN
3 - Health and Social services
1
1
1
TECHNICAL ASSISTANT HEAD TECHNOLOGIST
3 - Health and Social services
2229
2230
2235
3 - Health and Social services
2227
1
TECHNICAL COORDINATOR (LABORATORY)
3 - Health and Social services
2223
1
MEDICAL TECHNOLOGIST (RESERVED TITLE) OR GRADUATE MEDICAL LABORATORY
TECHNICIAN
3 - Health and Social services
2212
1
SPECIALIZED RADIOLOGY TECHNOLOGIST
2 - School boards
4276
0
FOOD MANAGEMENT TECHNICIAN
3 - Health and Social services
2208
1
NUCLEAR MEDICINE TECHNOLOGIST
0
1
1
SOCIAL WORK TECHNICIAN
0
SCHOOL ORGANIZATION TECHNICIAN
F
42
Job class 42
45
Job class 45
Job class 46
ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT HEAD TECHNOLOGIST
48
ASSISTANT HEAD MEDICAL TECHNOLOGIST (RESERVED TITLE) OR ASSISTANT HEAD
LABORATORY TECHNICIAN
48
F
57
Job class 57
F
60
SOCIAL ASSISTANCE TECHNICIAN (32,5 H)
60
SOCIAL ASSISTANCE TECHNICIAN
60
Job class 60
4215
F
56
Job class 56
2 - School boards
F
55
Job class 55
3 - Health and Social services
F
53
Job class 53
3 - Health and Social services
F
51
Job class 51
4208
2585
2586
F
48
Job class 48
2 - School boards
F
47
Job class 47
3 - Health and Social services
F
46
F
62
Job class 62
F
3
PREDOMINANTLY FEMALE JOB CLASSES
Sector
________________________
3 - Health and Social services
3 - Health and Social services
Job
position
_________
Class Title
______ __________________________________________________________________
APPENDIX 2.1
Job class
Retained
predominance
_____________
_______________
2587
2588
1
1
SOCIAL AIDE (32,5 H)
65
SOCIAL AIDE
65
4207
2688
2688
2688
2689
2689
2689
2690
2691
2691
2691
2693
2693
2693
0
1
2
3
1
2
3
1
1
2
3
1
2
3
SPECIALIZED EDUCATION TECHNICIAN
66
INTEGRATION OFFICER
66
INTEGRATION OFFICER
66
INTEGRATION OFFICER
66
EDUCATOR
66
EDUCATOR
66
EDUCATOR
66
Job class 65
2 - School boards
3 - Health and Social services
3 - Health and Social services
3 - Health and Social services
3 - Health and Social services
3 - Health and Social services
3 - Health and Social services
3 - Health and Social services
3 - Health and Social services
3 - Health and Social services
3 - Health and Social services
3 - Health and Social services
3 - Health and Social services
3 - Health and Social services
SPECIALIZED EDUCATION TECHNICIAN
66
EDUCATOR
66
EDUCATOR (38,75 H)
66
EDUCATOR (38,75 H)
66
EDUCATOR (35 H)
66
EDUCATOR (35 H)
66
EDUCATOR (35 H)
66
Job class 66
3 - Health and Social services
3 - Health and Social services
2215
2231
1
1
CLINICAL INSTRUCTOR (RADIOLOGY)
CLINICAL INSTRUCTOR (LABORATORY)
2213
1
TECHNICAL COORDINATOR (RADIOLOGY)
3 - Health and Social services
2246
1
TECHNICAL COORDINATOR (INHALATION THERAPY)
3 - Health and Social services
2695
2696
2698
C407
1
1
1
0
RECREATION TECHNICIAN (38,75 H)
69
4 - Colleges
74
RECREATION TECHNICIAN (36,25 H)
74
74
Job class 74
2 - School boards
3 - Health and Social services
3 - Health and Social services
4 - Colleges
4211
2100
2101
C405
0
1
1
0
ADMINISTRATION TECHNICIAN
F
75
ADMINISTRATIVE TECHNICIAN (32,5 H)
75
ADMINISTRATIVE TECHNICIAN
75
ADMINISTRATION TECHNICIAN
F
74
RECREATION TECHNICIAN
RECREATIONAL ACTIVITIES TECHNICIAN
F
72
Job class 72
3 - Health and Social services
F
70
Job class 70
3 - Health and Social services
F
69
Job class 69
3 - Health and Social services
F
75
Job class 75
F
4
PREDOMINANTLY FEMALE JOB CLASSES
Sector
________________________
3 - Health and Social services
3 - Health and Social services
Job
position
_________
Class Title
______ __________________________________________________________________
APPENDIX 2.1
Job class
Retained
predominance
_____________
_______________
2242
2282
1
1
ASSISTANT HEAD OF ARCHIVES SERVICE
78
MEDICAL RECORDS ARCHIVIST (TEAM LEADER)
78
2250
2251
2252
1
1
1
MEDICAL RECORDS ARCHIVIST (32,5 H)
79
MEDICAL RECORDS ARCHIVIST
79
Job class 78
3 - Health and Social services
3 - Health and Social services
3 - Health and Social services
MEDICAL RECORDS ARCHIVIST
79
Job class 79
2 - School boards
3 - Health and Social services
4228
2360
0
1
BRAILLE TECHNICIAN
BRAILLE TECHNICIAN (E.S.)
2273
80
1
PSYCHO-TECHNICIAN
0
PSYCHOMETRY TECHNICIAN
4216
0
1
1
0
DOCUMENTATION TECHNICIAN
3 - Health and Social services
3 - Health and Social services
4 - Colleges
4205
2265
2266
C401
85
LIBRARY TECHNICIAN
85
LIBRARY TECHNICIAN (32,5 H)
85
DOCUMENTATION TECHNICIAN
3 - Health and Social services
3448
3455
1
1
NURSING ASSISTANT (RESERVED TITLE) OR GRADUATE AUXILIARY (35 H)
NURSING ASSISTANT (RESERVED TITLE) OR GRADUATE AUXILIARY
3445
1
NURSING ASSISTANT (RESERVED TITLE) OR GRADUATE AUXILIARY (TEAM LEADER)
3 - Health and Social services
6317
2
FOOD TECHNICIAN
3 - Health and Social services
6317
1
FOOD TECHNICIAN
2 - School boards
4101
C503
0
0
OFFICE AGENT PRINCIPAL CLASS
95
3 - Health and Social services
1
1
PAYMASTER
PAYMASTER (32,5 H)
F
106
106
Job class 106
5105
5106
F
98
Job class 98
3 - Health and Social services
F
97
Job class 97
OFFICE AGENT PRINCIPAL CLASS
F
96
Job class 96
4 - Colleges
F
95
Job class 95
3 - Health and Social services
F
85
Job class 85
3 - Health and Social services
F
82
Job class 82
2 - School boards
F
81
Job class 81
2 - School boards
F
80
Job class 80
3 - Health and Social services
F
F
109
109
Job class 109
F
5
PREDOMINANTLY FEMALE JOB CLASSES
Sector
________________________
3 - Health and Social services
3 - Health and Social services
Job
position
_________
Class Title
______ __________________________________________________________________
5103
5104
1
1
SENIOR ACCOUNTING CLERK
4202
5100
5108
C755
0
1
1
0
DATA PROCESSING OPERATOR CLASS I
APPENDIX 2.1
Job class
Retained
predominance
_____________
_______________
110
SENIOR ACCOUNTING CLERK (32,5 H)
110
Job class 110
2 - School boards
3 - Health and Social services
3 - Health and Social services
4 - Colleges
DATA PROCESSING OPERATOR CLASS 1 (32,5 H)
118
DATA PROCESSING OPERATOR CLASS 1
118
DATA PROCESSING OPERATOR
118
Job class 118
2 - School boards
2 - School boards
3 - Health and Social services
3 - Health and Social services
3 - Health and Social services
4 - Colleges
4111
4163
5144
5145
5154
C606
0
0
1
1
1
0
EXECUTIVE SECRETARY
120
EXECUTIVE SECRETARY REGIONAL AND ADMINISTRATIVE CENTER (CSDM)
120
1
1
CLASS "B" TECHNICIAN
EXECUTIVE SECRETARY (32,5 H)
120
EXECUTIVE SECRETARY
120
ADMINISTRATIVE SECRETARY (R.R.)
120
SECRETARY CLASS I
120
Job class 120
3 - Health and Social services
3 - Health and Social services
3224
3225
CLASS "B" TECHNICIAN
3 - Health and Social services
3 - Health and Social services
5009
5109
5110
1
1
1
130
SENIOR CLERK
130
4 - Colleges
4102
C505
0
0
OFFICE AGENT CLASS I
OFFICE AGENT CLASS I
3 - Health and Social services
3464
3466
1
1
RESIDENCE WORKER (36,25 H)
RESIDENCE WORKER
131
5313
134
0
COOK CLASS III
1
1
1
ARCHIVES ASSISTANT (32,5 H)
3 - Health and Social services
3 - Health and Social services
5278
5279
5289
142
ARCHIVES ASSISTANT
142
LIBRARY AUXILIARY (E.S.)
F
135
Job class 135
3 - Health and Social services
F
134
Job class 134
2 - School boards
F
131
Job class 131
3 - Health and Social services
F
130
Job class 130
2 - School boards
F
121
SENIOR CLERK (CSD)
SENIOR CLERK (32,5 H)
F
121
Job class 121
3 - Health and Social services
F
118
F
142
Job class 142
F
6
PREDOMINANTLY FEMALE JOB CLASSES
Sector
________________________
2 - School boards
3 - Health and Social services
3 - Health and Social services
3 - Health and Social services
4 - Colleges
Job
position
_________
4113
5145
5155
5156
C604
Class Title
______ __________________________________________________________________
0
1
1
0
APPENDIX 2.1
Job class
Retained
predominance
_____________
_______________
SECRETARY
143
SECRETARY
143
SECRETARY
143
SECRETARY (35,5 H)
143
SECRETARY CLASS II
143
Job class 143
3 - Health and Social services
3 - Health and Social services
5111
5112
1
1
DATA PROCESSING OPERATOR CLASS II
DATA PROCESSING OPERATOR CLASS II (32,5 H)
144
Job class 144
2 - School boards
4 - Colleges
4226
C753
0
0
SWIMMING POOL SUPERVISOR
SWIMMING POOL SUPERVISOR
3 - Health and Social services
3471
3598
1
1
REHABILITATION INSTRUCTOR (HANDCRAFTS OR OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY)
HANDCRAFTS OR OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY INSTRUCTOR
145
3 - Health and Social services
4223
6413
0
1
STUDENT SUPERVISOR
STUDENT SUPERVISION ATTENDANT (E.S.)
146
3 - Health and Social services
5113
5114
1
1
INTERMEDIATE CLERK
INTERMEDIATE CLERK (32,5 H)
149
5102
1
UNIT CLERK (INSTITUT PINEL)
3 - Health and Social services
3589
3590
3591
3592
1
1
1
1
FAMILY AND SOCIAL AUXILIARY
151
3 - Health and Social services
3 - Health and Social services
153
HOME CARE AUXILIARY
153
153
Job class 153
3 - Health and Social services
3 - Health and Social services
3478
3479
1
1
BENEFICIARY ATTENDANT (35H)
BENEFICIARY ATTENDANT
3 - Health and Social services
3201
3202
1
1
HEALTH CARE TECHNICAL ASSISTANT
HEALTH CARE TECHNICAL ASSISTANT (36,25 H)
F
154
154
Job class 154
3 - Health and Social services
F
153
FAMILY AND SOCIAL AUXILIARY (38,75 H)
HOME CARE AUXILIARY (35 H)
F
152
Job class 152
3 - Health and Social services
F
151
Job class 151
3 - Health and Social services
F
149
Job class 149
3 - Health and Social services
F
146
Job class 146
2 - School boards
F
145
Job class 145
3 - Health and Social services
F
144
F
155
155
Job class 155
F
7
PREDOMINANTLY FEMALE JOB CLASSES
Sector
________________________
3 - Health and Social services
3 - Health and Social services
Job
position
_________
Class Title
______ __________________________________________________________________
APPENDIX 2.1
Job class
Retained
predominance
_____________
_______________
3481
3482
1
1
STERILIZATION ATTENDANT
159
STERILIZATION ATTENDANT (35 H)
159
3206
3207
3217
1
1
1
ORAL SURGERY TECHNICAL ASSISTANT (E.S.)
160
DENTAL TECHNICAL ASSISTANT
160
Job class 159
3 - Health and Social services
3 - Health and Social services
3 - Health and Social services
DENTAL TECHNICAL ASSISTANT (35 H)
160
Job class 160
3 - Health and Social services
3 - Health and Social services
3 - Health and Social services
3 - Health and Social services
3251
5271
5272
5275
1
1
1
1
RECEPTION ATTENDANT
161
ADMITTING CLERK
161
ADMITTING CLERK (C.S.D.)
161
OUTPATIENT ADMITTING CLERK
3 - Health and Social services
5151
5152
1
1
TYPIST
TYPIST (32,5 H)
3 - Health and Social services
3 - Health and Social services
3 - Health and Social services
3 - Health and Social services
3 - Health and Social services
3 - Health and Social services
4115
5159
5161
5162
5163
5164
5171
0
1
1
1
1
1
1
162
TELEPHONE OPERATOR
167
SWITCHBOARD OPERATOR
167
RECEPTIONIST
167
RECEPTIONIST (32,5 H)
167
SWITCHBOARD OPERATOR - RECEPTIONIST (32,5 H)
167
SWITCHBOARD OPERATOR - RECEPTIONIST
167
RECEPTIONIST (R.R.S.S.S.)
3 - Health and Social services
3 - Health and Social services
4 - Colleges
2111
1550
1553
C229
0
0
0
0
SOCIAL WORKER OR SOCIAL SERVICE OFFICER
168
HUMAN RELATIONS OFFICER
168
168
Job class 168
3 - Health and Social services
3 - Health and Social services
3 - Health and Social services
6335
6403
6435
1
1
1
HOUSEKEEPING ATTENDANT (LIGHT DUTY)
170
HOUSEKEEPING ATTENDANT (LIGHT DUTY) (35 H)
170
HOUSEKEEPING ATTENDANT (LIGHT DUTY) (36,25 H)
6318
1
DIET AUXILIARY
F
170
Job class 170
3 - Health and Social services
F
168
PROFESSIONAL SOCIAL WORKER (RESERVED TITLE) OR SOCIAL WORK OFFICER
SOCIAL WORKER OR SOCIAL SERVICE OFFICER
F
167
Job class 167
2 - School boards
F
162
Job class 162
2 - School boards
F
161
Job class 161
3 - Health and Social services
F
F
171
Job class 171
F
8
PREDOMINANTLY FEMALE JOB CLASSES
Sector
________________________
2 - School boards
3 - Health and Social services
3 - Health and Social services
4 - Colleges
Job
position
_________
5306
6314
6315
C903
Class Title
______ __________________________________________________________________
0
1
1
0
APPENDIX 2.1
Job class
Retained
predominance
_____________
_______________
GENERAL KITCHEN HELPER
172
CAFETERIA ATTENDANT
172
RESTAURANT ATTENDANT
172
KITCHEN GENERAL HELPER
172
Job class 172
3 - Health and Social services
5121
1
DATA PROCESSING ATTENDANT
3 - Health and Social services
6309
1
KITCHEN HELPER
3 - Health and Social services
6319
1
DIET HELPER
2 - School boards
5319
C902
0
0
MAINTENANCE WORKMAN CLASS III (DOMESTIC HELP)
Job class 173
5165
179
1
MESSENGER
1
REPROGRAPHY ATTENDANT
5135
0
1
1
0
OFFICE ASSISTANT
3 - Health and Social services
3 - Health and Social services
4 - Colleges
4114
5128
5129
C601
183
CLERK (32,5 H)
183
CLERK
183
OFFICE ASSISTANT
3 - Health and Social services
3 - Health and Social services
1901
1903
1907
0
0
0
BACCALAUREATE NURSE
189
BACCALAUREATE NURSE (36,25 H)
189
BACCALAUREATE NURSE - INSTITUT PINEL (40 H)
3 - Health and Social services
3 - Health and Social services
3 - Health and Social services
1902
1904
1905
1906
0
0
0
0
BACCALAUREATE ASSISTANT HEAD NURSE
191
ASSISTANT TO THE IMMEDIATE SUPERIOR (BACCALAUREATE NURSE) (36,25 H)
191
191
Job class 191
3 - Health and Social services
1554
0
SOCIOLOGIST
F
191
ASSISTANT TO THE IMMEDIATE SUPERIOR (BACCALAUREATE NURSE)
BACCALAUREATE ASSISTANT HEAD NURSE (35 H)
F
189
Job class 189
3 - Health and Social services
F
183
Job class 183
3 - Health and Social services
F
182
Job class 182
2 - School boards
F
181
Job class 181
3 - Health and Social services
F
179
Job class 179
3 - Health and Social services
F
178
Job class 178
DOMESTIC HELPER
F
177
Job class 177
4 - Colleges
F
173
F
194
Job class 194
F
9
PREDOMINANTLY FEMALE JOB CLASSES
Sector
________________________
3 - Health and Social services
Job
position
_________
1229
Class Title
______ __________________________________________________________________
0
CREATIVITY THERAPIST (ART THERAPIST) (E.S.)
APPENDIX 2.1
Job class
Retained
predominance
_____________
_______________
214
Job class 214
3 - Health and Social services
1245
0
MUSIC THERAPIST (E.S.)
3 - Health and Social services
1259
0
ART THERAPIST
3 - Health and Social services
1543
0
MALADJUSTED CHILDREN COUNSELLOR
3 - Health and Social services
1540
0
GENAGOGIST
3 - Health and Social services
1521
0
CARE EVALUATION SPECIALIST
0
CLINICAL ACTIVITIES SPECIALIST
0
CHILD CARE WORKER (E.S.)
0
ORIENTATION AND MOBILITY SPECIALIST
0
0
0
LIBRARIAN
239
LIBRARIAN
239
Job class 215
3 - Health and Social services
4 - Colleges
2102
1206
C262
LIBRARIAN
1651
0
EDUCATIONAL TECHNIQUES OFFICER (D.S.C.) (E.S.)
3 - Health and Social services
1121
0
HEALTH PROMOTION COUNSELLOR (D.S.C.) (E.S.)
3 - Health and Social services
2261
1
DENTAL HYGIENIST (RESERVED TITLE) OR DENTAL HYGIENE TECHNICIAN
1
CARDIO-RESPIRATORY PHYSIOLOGY TECHNICIAN
0
0
INTERPRETER-TECHNICIAN
4 - Colleges
INTERPRETER (CEGEP DE STE-FOY ET VIEUX-MONTRÉAL) (35 H)
2257
1
DIETETICS TECHNICIAN
F
289
289
Job class 289
3 - Health and Social services
F
283
Job class 283
4230
C421
F
273
Job class 273
2 - School boards
F
243
Job class 243
2270
F
242
Job class 242
3 - Health and Social services
F
239
Job class 239
3 - Health and Social services
F
237
Job class 237
2 - School boards
F
235
Job class 235
1557
F
232
Job class 232
3 - Health and Social services
F
231
Job class 231
1660
F
225
Job class 225
3 - Health and Social services
F
217
Job class 217
1407
F
216
Job class 216
3 - Health and Social services
F
215
F
290
Job class 290
F
10
PREDOMINANTLY FEMALE JOB CLASSES
Sector
________________________
3 - Health and Social services
Job
position
_________
2255
Class Title
______ __________________________________________________________________
1
REHABILITATION TECHNICIAN
APPENDIX 2.1
Job class
Retained
predominance
_____________
_______________
291
Job class 291
3 - Health and Social services
2241
1
ELECTRO-ENCEPHALOGRAPHY TECHNICIAN (EEG)
3 - Health and Social services
2240
1
ASSISTANT HEAD DIETETICS TECHNICIAN
3 - Health and Social services
2236
1
ASSISTANT HEAD MEDICAL ELECTRO-PHYSIOLOGY TECHNICIAN
3 - Health and Social services
2286
1
MEDICAL ELECTRO-PHYSIOLOGY TECHNICIAN
3 - Health and Social services
2584
1
PSYCHO-SOCIAL RESEARCH TECHNICIAN
1
COMMUNITY WORKER
1
COMMUNICATIONS TECHNICIAN
1
MEDICAL ELECTRO-PHYSIOLOGY TECHNICAL COORDINATOR
Job class 294
C414
0
INFORMATION TECHNICIAN
3 - Health and Social services
2253
1
MEDICAL ILLUSTRATOR
4 - Colleges
C417
0
DENTAL HYGIENE TECHNICIAN (35 H)
4 - Colleges
C418
0
SOCIAL WORK TECHNICIAN (35 H)
3 - Health and Social services
2285
1
GERONTOLOGY TECHNICIAN (E.S.)
1
CHILD NURSE/BABY NURSE
0
SENIOR EXECUTIVE SECRETARY (CSDM)
0
CENTER AND SCHOOL SECRETARY
F
364
Job class 364
F
405
Job class 405
4116
F
350
Job class 350
2 - School boards
F
341
Job class 341
4162
F
340
Job class 340
2 - School boards
F
336
Job class 336
3461
F
335
Job class 335
3 - Health and Social services
F
310
Job class 310
4 - Colleges
F
307
Job class 307
2276
F
304
Job class 304
3 - Health and Social services
F
303
Job class 303
2275
F
302
Job class 302
3 - Health and Social services
F
301
Job class 301
2375
F
295
Job class 295
3 - Health and Social services
F
294
F
406
Job class 406
F
11
PREDOMINANTLY FEMALE JOB CLASSES
Sector
________________________
4 - Colleges
Job
position
_________
C725
Class Title
______ __________________________________________________________________
0
ELECTRONIC PHOTOTYPESETTER OPERATOR
APPENDIX 2.1
Job class
Retained
predominance
_____________
_______________
410
Job class 410
2 - School boards
4285
0
PERSON-IN-CHARGE OF A DAY CARE SERVICE
3 - Health and Social services
3208
1
OPHTHALMOLOGY ATTENDANT (E.S.)
3 - Health and Social services
3472
1
REHABILITATION INSTRUCTOR (HANDCRAFTS OR OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY) (E.S.)
3 - Health and Social services
2259
1
ORTHOPTIST
3 - Health and Social services
5143
1
ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLE CLERK
3 - Health and Social services
5148
5168
1
1
LEGAL SECRETARY
Job class 413
SENIOR PHARMACY TECHNICAL ASSISTANT
443
1
REHABILITATION ASSISTANT (E.S.)
3468
0
ATTENDANT FOR HANDICAPPED STUDENTS
4286
5147
1
MEDICAL SECRETARY
3 - Health and Social services
3509
1
RESIDENT ATTENDANT (E.S.)
2 - School boards
4217
0
NURSING ASSISTANT OR DIPLOMA HOLDER IN HEALTH ASSISTANCE AND NURSING
CARE
3 - Health and Social services
6304
6306
1
1
COOK'S HELPER
1
PHARMACY TECHNICAL ASSISTANT
3 - Health and Social services
6340
1
HAIRDRESSER
F
497
497
Job class 497
3212
F
494
Job class 494
3 - Health and Social services
F
493
Job class 493
VEGETABLE ATTENDANT
F
487
Job class 487
3 - Health and Social services
F
486
Job class 486
3 - Health and Social services
F
477
Job class 477
2 - School boards
F
444
Job class 444
3 - Health and Social services
F
443
Job class 443
1
F
442
Job class 442
3215
F
428
Job class 428
3 - Health and Social services
F
425
Job class 425
LEGAL SECRETARY
F
419
Job class 419
3 - Health and Social services
F
413
F
499
Job class 499
F
500
Job class 500
F
12
PREDOMINANTLY FEMALE JOB CLASSES
Sector
________________________
3 - Health and Social services
Job
position
_________
3699
Class Title
______ __________________________________________________________________
1
RECREATION INSTRUCTOR
APPENDIX 2.1
Job class
Retained
predominance
_____________
_______________
501
Job class 501
2 - School boards
4284
0
DAY CARE SERVICE EDUCATOR
3 - Health and Social services
3505
1
ATTENDANT IN A NORTHERN INSTITUTION
3 - Health and Social services
3223
1
PHYSIOTHERAPY AND/OR OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY ATTENDANT
3 - Health and Social services
3474
1
RESIDENTIAL CARE BENEFICIARY ATTENDANT
2 - School boards
4103
C506
0
0
OFFICE AGENT CLASS II
Job class 503
1
LABORATORY OR RADIOLOGY TECHNICAL ASSISTANT
533
1
TAILOR
6327
1
ECG ATTENDANT
3237
3239
1
EEG ATTENDANT (E.E.G.)
3 - Health and Social services
3679
1
2 - School boards
5307
0
LAUNDRYMAN
3 - Health and Social services
6312
1
CAFETERIA CASHIER
3 - Health and Social services
5280
1
MEDICAL RECORDS ATTENDANT
1
MESSAGE CENTRE ATTENDANT
1
PRESSER
1
SERVICE AIDE
F
572
Job class 572
F
575
Job class 575
3243
F
563
Job class 563
3 - Health and Social services
F
562
Job class 562
6325
F
561
Job class 561
3 - Health and Social services
F
549
Job class 549
3259
F
540
Job class 540
3 - Health and Social services
F
539
Job class 539
3 - Health and Social services
F
537
Job class 537
3 - Health and Social services
F
534
Job class 534
3 - Health and Social services
F
533
Job class 533
3205
F
516
Job class 516
3 - Health and Social services
F
505
Job class 505
OFFICE AGENT CLASS II
F
504
Job class 504
4 - Colleges
F
503
F
579
Job class 579
F
13
PREDOMINANTLY FEMALE JOB CLASSES
Sector
________________________
3 - Health and Social services
Job
position
_________
3249
Class Title
______ __________________________________________________________________
1
PHARMACY CLERK
APPENDIX 2.1
Job class
Retained
predominance
_____________
_______________
580
Job class 580
3 - Health and Social services
3685
1
UNIT AND/OR PAVILION ATTENDANT
3 - Health and Social services
3250
1
MILK LABORATORY ATTENDANT
3 - Health and Social services
5283
1
LIBRARY ATTENDANT
3 - Health and Social services
6333
1
MANGLE ATTENDANT
3 - Health and Social services
6332
1
LINEN ATTENDANT
0
LEGAL ADVISOR (CSDM)
1
2
3
1
2
599
LIVING UNIT OR REHABILITATION SUPERVISOR
599
3 - Health and Social services
2694
2694
2694
2699
2699
LIVING UNIT OR REHABILITATION SUPERVISOR
3 - Health and Social services
2271
1
CYTO-TECHNOLOGIST
3 - Health and Social services
1558
0
LOW VISION SPECIALIST (E.S.)
3 - Health and Social services
3578
1
RESIDENCE ATTENDANT (E.S.)
3 - Health and Social services
3465
1
NEIGHBOURHOOD OR SECTOR WORKER
1
INDUSTRIAL WORKSHOPS INSTRUCTOR
0
PERSONNEL OFFICER
1
COMMUNITY FACILITATOR (COMMUNITY WORKER) (E.S.)
Job class 582
3 - Health and Social services
LIVING UNIT OR REHABILITATION SUPERVISOR
599
HEAD OF MODULE
599
HEAD OF MODULE
599
Job class 599
F
F
635
Job class 635
2376
F
624
Job class 624
3 - Health and Social services
F
621
Job class 621
1101
F
614
Job class 614
3 - Health and Social services
F
610
Job class 610
3585
F
609
Job class 609
3 - Health and Social services
F
595
Job class 595
3 - Health and Social services
F
589
Job class 589
3 - Health and Social services
F
586
Job class 586
3 - Health and Social services
F
584
Job class 584
2138
F
583
Job class 583
2 - School boards
F
582
F
670
Job class 670
F
14
PREDOMINANTLY FEMALE JOB CLASSES
Sector
________________________
3 - Health and Social services
Job
position
_________
3210
Class Title
______ __________________________________________________________________
1
LABORATORY OR RADIOLOGY TECHNICAL ASSISTANT
APPENDIX 2.1
Job class
Retained
predominance
_____________
_______________
678
Job class 678
3 - Health and Social services
3446
1
NURSING ASSISTANT (RESERVED TITLE) OR ASSISTANT TEAM LEADER OR GRADUATE
IN HEALTH SERVICE
Job class 763
3 - Health and Social services
5130
1
BRAILLE PRODUCTION SYSTEM OPERATOR (E.S.)
3 - Health and Social services
6412
1
CENTRAL MONITORING SECURITY ATTENDANT (E.S.)
3 - Health and Social services
3495
1
REHABILITATION OR INDUSTRIAL OCCUPATION ATTENDANT
4 - Colleges
C430
0
DAY CAMP COUNSELLOR
4 - Colleges
C431
0
SPORTS ACTIVITY COUNSELLOR
4 - Colleges
C432
0
SPORTS AND SWIMMING LEADER
SCHOOL BOARDS TEACHERS
925
TEACHER
925
PEDAGOGUE (E.S.)
925
RADIOLOGY TECHNOLOGIST (INFORMATION AND DIGITAL IMAGING SYSTEMS)
3 - Health and Social services
1
RADIO-DIAGNOSTIC TECHNOLOGIST
2207
1
RADIOTHERAPY TECHNOLOGIST
3 - Health and Social services
2471A
1
HEALTH CENTER NURSE (36,25 H)
3 - Health and Social services
TECHNIQUE TRANSFUSIVE SECURITY OFFICER
F
958
Job class 958
CLINIC TRANSFUSIVE SECURITY OFFICER
F
941
Job class 941
3 - Health and Social services
F
940
Job class 940
3 - Health and Social services
F
939
Job class 939
2205
F
925
Job class 925
3 - Health and Social services
F
905
Job class 905
PEDAGOGUE
F
904
Job class 904
3 - Health and Social services
F
903
Job class 903
1654
1655
1657
F
852
Job class 852
3 - Health and Social services
F
842
Job class 842
3 - Health and Social services
F
831
Job class 831
2 - School boards
F
763
F
932
Job class 962
F
963
Job class 963
F
15
PREDOMINANTLY MALE JOB CLASSES
Sector
________________________
2 - School boards
4 - Colleges
Job
position
_________
2109
C218
Class Title
APPENDIX 2.2
Job class
Retained
predominance
______ ___________________________________________________________________
_____________
_______________
GUIDANCE COUNSELLOR OR COUNSELLOR IN ACADEMIC TRAINING
2
0
0
GUIDANCE COUNSELLOR OR ACADEMIC TRAINING COUNSELLOR
2
Job class 2
2 - School boards
3 - Health and Social services
3 - Health and Social services
4 - Colleges
2120
1103
1113
C205
0
0
0
0
ANALYST
8
DATA PROCESSING ANALYST
8
PROGRAMMER-ANALYST (E.S.)
8
ANALYST
8
Job class 8
2 - School boards
2 - School boards
2110
2142
0
0
CHRISTIAN EDUCATION CONSULTANT
SPIRITUAL, RELIGIOUS AND MORAL EDUCATION CONSULTANT
4 - Colleges
2121
C208
0
0
ADMINISTRATION OFFICER
ADMINISTRATION OFFICER
10
3 - Health and Social services
4 - Colleges
2118
1105
C202
0
0
0
24
FINANCE OFFICER
25
FINANCE OFFICER
25
FINANCE OFFICER
2 - School boards
3 - Health and Social services
4 - Colleges
2108
2141
1552
C211
0
0
0
0
PASTORAL ANIMATOR
28
SPIRITUAL CARE AND GUIDANCE AND COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT ANIMATOR
28
PASTORAL ANIMATOR
28
PASTORAL ANIMATOR
4 - Colleges
4278
C402
0
0
DATA PROCESSING TECHNICIAN PRINCIPAL CLASS
DATA PROCESSING TECHNICIAN PRINCIPAL CLASS
3 - Health and Social services
3 - Health and Social services
4 - Colleges
4204
2103
2104
C403
0
1
1
0
DATA PROCESSING TECHNICIAN
35
44
DATA PROGRAMMER (32,5 H)
44
44
Job class 44
3 - Health and Social services
3 - Health and Social services
2278
2272
1
1
HEMODYNAMICS TECHNOLOGIST
HEMODYNAMICS TECHNICIAN
H
44
DATA PROGRAMMER
DATA PROCESSING TECHNICIAN
H
35
Job class 35
2 - School boards
H
28
Job class 28
2 - School boards
H
25
Job class 25
2 - School boards
H
24
Job class 24
2 - School boards
H
10
Job class 10
2 - School boards
H
H
49
49
Job class 49
H
17
PREDOMINANTLY MALE JOB CLASSES
Sector
________________________
2 - School boards
3 - Health and Social services
4 - Colleges
Job
position
_________
4277
2369
C411
Class Title
______ ___________________________________________________________________
0
1
0
APPENDIX 2.2
Job class
Retained
predominance
_____________
_______________
ELECTRONICS TECHNICIAN
58
ELECTRONICS TECHNICIAN
58
ELECTRONICS TECHNICIAN
58
Job class 58
2 - School boards
3 - Health and Social services
3 - Health and Social services
4 - Colleges
4213
2364
2374
C413
0
1
1
0
BUILDING TECHNICIAN
59
BUILDING TECHNICIAN (38,75 H)
59
BUILDING TECHNICIAN
59
BUILDING ENGINEER
59
Job class 59
2 - School boards
4281
0
VOCATIONAL TRAINING TECHNICIAN
1
0
MILLWRIGHT
4 - Colleges
6360
C719
MILLWRIGHT
3 - Health and Social services
4 - Colleges
4212
2258
C406
0
1
0
73
AUDIOVISUAL TECHNICIAN
84
AUDIOVISUAL TECHNICIAN
84
AUDIO-VISUAL TECHNICIAN
3 - Health and Social services
4 - Colleges
5103
6356
C704
0
1
0
ELECTRICIAN PRINCIPAL CLASS
86
MASTER ELECTRICIAN
86
CHIEF ELECTRICIAN
3 - Health and Social services
4 - Colleges
5104
6354
C702
0
1
0
ELECTRICIAN
89
ELECTRICIAN
89
ELECTRICIAN
2 - School boards
5106
0
MECHANIC CLASS I
2 - School boards
5102
6365
C716
0
1
0
CABINETMAKER
91
CABINETMAKER
91
CABINETMAKER
H
90
Job class 90
4 - Colleges
H
89
Job class 89
3 - Health and Social services
H
86
Job class 86
2 - School boards
H
84
Job class 84
2 - School boards
H
73
Job class 73
2 - School boards
H
61
Job class 61
3 - Health and Social services
H
H
91
Job class 91
H
18
PREDOMINANTLY MALE JOB CLASSES
Sector
________________________
2 - School boards
3 - Health and Social services
Job
position
_________
5125
6353
Class Title
______ ___________________________________________________________________
0
1
SPECIALIZED SHOP MECHANIC
MACHINIST (MILLWRIGHT)
APPENDIX 2.2
Job class
Retained
predominance
_____________
_______________
92
92
Job class 92
2 - School boards
3 - Health and Social services
5121
6361
0
1
WELDER
WELDER
94
Job class 94
2 - School boards
3 - Health and Social services
5108
6383
0
2
STATIONARY ENGINEER CLASS II
STATIONARY ENGINEER CLASS II
3 - Health and Social services
3 - Health and Social services
4 - Colleges
5117
6388
6408
C708
0
1
1
0
CERTIFIED MAINTENANCE WORKMAN
100
101
GENERAL CARETAKER (35 H)
101
101
Job class 101
2 - School boards
4 - Colleges
5311
C915
0
0
COOK CLASS I
COOK CLASS I
3 - Health and Social services
4 - Colleges
5116
6364
C707
0
1
0
102
CARPENTER
103
CARPENTER
103
CARPENTER
4108
0
STOREKEEPER PRINCIPAL CLASS
2 - School boards
4282
0
SCHOOL TRANSPORTATION INSPECTOR
2 - School boards
5109
6383
0
3
STATIONARY ENGINEER CLASS III
6369
1
TINSMITH
113
1
BUTCHER
6303
H
114
Job class 114
3 - Health and Social services
H
113
Job class 113
3 - Health and Social services
H
111
Job class 111
STATIONARY ENGINEER CLASS III
H
105
Job class 105
3 - Health and Social services
H
103
Job class 103
2 - School boards
H
102
Job class 102
2 - School boards
H
101
GENERAL CARETAKER
CERTIFIED MAINTENANCE WORKMAN
H
100
Job class 100
2 - School boards
H
94
H
116
Job class 116
H
19
PREDOMINANTLY MALE JOB CLASSES
Sector
________________________
2 - School boards
4 - Colleges
Job
position
_________
4229
C700
Class Title
______ ___________________________________________________________________
0
0
OFFSET DUPLICATOR OPERATOR PRINCIPAL CLASS
OFFSET DUPLICATOR OPERATOR PRINCIPAL CLASS
APPENDIX 2.2
Job class
Retained
predominance
_____________
_______________
119
119
Job class 119
4 - Colleges
C738
0
STATIONARY ENGINEER CLASS XIII
3 - Health and Social services
6382
1
UPHOLSTERER
2 - School boards
5120
6367
0
1
LOCKSMITH
Job class 122
LOCKSMITH
3 - Health and Social services
4 - Colleges
5118
6362
C709
0
1
0
124
PAINTER
125
PAINTER
125
PAINTER
3 - Health and Social services
6302
1
BAKER/PASTRY COOK
2 - School boards
5308
6355
C926
0
1
0
HEAVY VEHICLE DRIVER
127
HEAVY VEHICLE DRIVER
127
HEAVY VEHICLE DRIVER
3 - Health and Social services
3 - Health and Social services
4 - Colleges
4109
5141
5142
C620
0
1
1
0
STOREKEEPER CLASS I
128
STOREKEEPER
128
STOREKEEPER (32,5 H)
128
STOREKEEPER CLASS I
6409
1
DRAFTSPERSON
0
4
STATIONARY ENGINEER CLASS IV
3 - Health and Social services
5110
6383
STATIONARY ENGINEER CLASS IV
4 - Colleges
5321
C907
0
0
GARDENER
GARDENER
H
136
136
Job class 136
2 - School boards
H
129
Job class 129
2 - School boards
H
128
Job class 128
3 - Health and Social services
H
127
Job class 127
2 - School boards
H
126
Job class 126
4 - Colleges
H
125
Job class 125
3 - Health and Social services
H
124
Job class 124
2 - School boards
H
123
Job class 123
3 - Health and Social services
H
122
H
137
137
Job class 137
H
20
PREDOMINANTLY MALE JOB CLASSES
Sector
Job
position
________________________
_________
3 - Health and Social services
6373
6402
3 - Health and Social services
Class Title
______ ___________________________________________________________________
1
1
MAINTENANCE WORKER
APPENDIX 2.2
Job class
Retained
predominance
_____________
_______________
138
MAINTENANCE WORKER (35 H)
138
Job class 138
3 - Health and Social services
3 - Health and Social services
6336
6400
1
1
VEHICLE DRIVER
VEHICLE DRIVER (35 H)
139
Job class 139
2 - School boards
3 - Health and Social services
3 - Health and Social services
4221
5119
5179
0
1
1
OFFSET DUPLICATOR OPERATOR
1
OFFSET DUPLICATOR OPERATION INSTRUCTOR
3579
DUPLICATOR OFFSET OPERATOR
140
DUPLICATOR OFFSET OPERATOR (38,75 H)
140
5302
2
0
CARETAKER OR JANITOR (LESS THAN 9 275 M )
0
0
LABORATORY ATTENDANT
4 - Colleges
4218
C701
LABORATORY ATTENDANT
4 - Colleges
5310
C925
0
0
LIGHT VEHICLE DRIVER
LIGHT VEHICLE DRIVER
150
3 - Health and Social services
3 - Health and Social services
4 - Colleges
4110
5117
5118
C621
0
1
1
0
STOREKEEPER CLASS II
156
158
STOREROOM ATTENDANT (32,5 H)
158
158
Job class 158
2 - School boards
4 - Colleges
5334
C911
10
0
TRADES HELPER
TRADES HELPER
3 - Health and Social services
3 - Health and Social services
6376
6377
6384
1
1
1
164
GROUNDSKEEPER AND/OR LABOURER
165
LABOURER
165
GROUNDSKEEPER
3 - Health and Social services
6338
6401
1
1
SECURITY GUARD
SECURITY GUARD (35 H)
H
165
Job class 165
3 - Health and Social services
H
164
Job class 164
3 - Health and Social services
H
158
STOREROOM ATTENDANT
STOREKEEPER CLASS II
H
156
Job class 156
2 - School boards
H
150
Job class 150
2 - School boards
H
147
Job class 147
2 - School boards
H
141
Job class 141
2 - School boards
H
140
Job class 140
3 - Health and Social services
H
139
H
166
166
Job class 166
H
21
PREDOMINANTLY MALE JOB CLASSES
Sector
Job
position
Class Title
________________________
_________
3 - Health and Social services
1
1
1
HOUSEKEEPING ATTENDANT (HEAVY DUTY)
3 - Health and Social services
6334
6404
6434
2 - School boards
5316
0
GUARD
3 - Health and Social services
6341
1
DOOR ATTENDANT
3 - Health and Social services
3260
1
COMMISSIONAIRE (E.S.)
1
ELECTRODYNAMICS TECHNICIAN
0
BIOMEDICAL ENGINEER
3 - Health and Social services
______ ___________________________________________________________________
APPENDIX 2.2
Job class
Retained
predominance
_____________
_______________
169
HOUSEKEEPING ATTENDANT (HEAVY DUTY) (35 H)
169
HOUSEKEEPING ATTENDANT (HEAVY DUTY) (36,25 H)
169
Job class 169
Job class 174
1205
1202
0
BIOCHEMIST
4 - Colleges
C204
0
ACADEMIC ADVISOR
3 - Health and Social services
1703
0
WORK ADAPTABILITY COUNSELLOR (E.S.)
3 - Health and Social services
1228
0
PHYSICAL EDUCATOR
3 - Health and Social services
1702
0
OCCUPATIONAL HYGIENIST
4 - Colleges
C228
0
REGISTRAR
0
AUDIOVISUAL SPECIALIST (E.S.)
0
TEST BED TECHNICIAN (35 H)
3 - Health and Social services
2702
1
INDUSTRIAL HYGIENE TECHNICIAN
H
271
Job class 271
1
H
245
Job class 245
6352
H
229
Job class 229
REFRIGERATION MACHINERY MECHANIC
H
228
Job class 228
3 - Health and Social services
H
227
Job class 227
C419
H
224
Job class 224
4 - Colleges
H
219
Job class 219
1661
H
211
Job class 211
3 - Health and Social services
H
202
Job class 202
3 - Health and Social services
H
193
Job class 193
3 - Health and Social services
H
180
Job class 180
2378
H
175
Job class 175
3 - Health and Social services
H
174
H
280
Job class 280
H
292
Job class 292
H
22
PREDOMINANTLY MALE JOB CLASSES
Sector
________________________
Job
position
_________
Class Title
______ ___________________________________________________________________
APPENDIX 2.2
Job class
Retained
predominance
_____________
_______________
4 - Colleges
C840
0
CERTIFIED AERONAUTICS MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN
296
2 - School boards
5115
6359
C706
0
1
0
PIPE FITTER
299
PLUMBER AND/OR PIPE MECHANIC
299
Job class 296
3 - Health and Social services
4 - Colleges
PIPE FITTER
299
Job class 299
4 - Colleges
C416
0
MECHANICAL PRODUCTION TECHNICIAN
3 - Health and Social services
2367
1
BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING TECHNICIAN
1
INFORMATION SYSTEMS TECHNICIAN
1
INDUSTRIAL ELECTRICITY TECHNICIAN (E.S.)
2370
2368
1
PREVENTION TECHNICIAN (E.S.)
2 - School boards
4161
0
BUYER PRINCIPAL CLASS (CSDM)
3 - Health and Social services
2254
1
MEDICAL PHOTOGRAPHER
3 - Health and Social services
2333
1
GRAPHIC ARTS TECHNICIAN (E.S.)
4 - Colleges
C830
0
AERONAUTICS MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN
4 - Colleges
C726
0
STATIONARY ENGINEER CLASS I
0
STATIONARY ENGINEER CLASS II
0
STATIONARY ENGINEER CLASS I
4 - Colleges
C731
0
STATIONARY ENGINEER CLASS VI
H
360
Job class 360
1
H
359
Job class 359
3694
H
358
Job class 358
CABINETMAKING INSTRUCTOR
H
357
Job class 357
3 - Health and Social services
H
339
Job class 339
5107
H
338
Job class 338
2 - School boards
H
337
Job class 337
C727
H
313
Job class 313
4 - Colleges
H
312
Job class 312
3 - Health and Social services
H
311
Job class 311
3 - Health and Social services
H
306
Job class 306
2113
H
305
Job class 305
3 - Health and Social services
H
H
366
Job class 366
H
376
Job class 376
H
23
PREDOMINANTLY MALE JOB CLASSES
Sector
Job
position
________________________
_________
3 - Health and Social services
3262
3264
3 - Health and Social services
Class Title
______ ___________________________________________________________________
1
1
ORTHOSIS AND/OR PROSTHESIS MECHANIC
ORTHOSIS AND/OR PROSTHESIS MECHANIC (38,75 H)
APPENDIX 2.2
Job class
Retained
predominance
_____________
_______________
377
377
Job class 377
4 - Colleges
C728
0
STATIONARY ENGINEER CLASS III
4 - Colleges
C729
0
STATIONARY ENGINEER CLASS IV
3 - Health and Social services
6370
1
ELECTRONICS TECHNICIAN
2 - School boards
5114
6357
0
1
MASTER PIPE MECHANIC
Job class 378
3689
1
CARPENTING INSTRUCTOR
381
3229
1
SENIOR ORTHOPEDIC ATTENDANT (E.S.)
3 - Health and Social services
6344
1
PORTER
3 - Health and Social services
3683
1
COOKING INSTRUCTOR
2 - School boards
5137
6380
0
1
MECHANIC CLASS II
0
GLAZIER-INSTALLER-MECHANIC
3 - Health and Social services
3469
1
REHABILITATION INSTRUCTOR (SPECIALIZED TRADE)
414
0
CLINICAL BIOCHIMIST
3203
1
AUTOPSY ATTENDANT
2 - School boards
5301
0
CARETAKER OR JANITOR (9 275 M 2 OR MORE)
H
427
Job class 427
3 - Health and Social services
H
426
Job class 426
1201
H
418
Job class 418
3 - Health and Social services
H
414
Job class 414
5126
H
408
Job class 408
2 - School boards
H
393
Job class 393
GARAGE MECHANIC
H
386
Job class 386
3 - Health and Social services
H
382
Job class 382
3 - Health and Social services
H
381
Job class 381
3 - Health and Social services
H
380
Job class 380
MASTER PLUMBER
H
379
Job class 379
3 - Health and Social services
H
378
H
445
Job class 445
H
452
Job class 452
H
24
PREDOMINANTLY MALE JOB CLASSES
Sector
________________________
4 - Colleges
4 - Colleges
Job
position
_________
C735
C737
Class Title
______ ___________________________________________________________________
0
0
STATIONARY ENGINEER CLASS X
STATIONARY ENGINEER CLASS XII
APPENDIX 2.2
Job class
Retained
predominance
_____________
_______________
453
453
Job class 453
3 - Health and Social services
6368
1
PLASTERER
4 - Colleges
C732
0
STATIONARY ENGINEER CLASS VII
3 - Health and Social services
6395
1
PIPE INSULATOR (E.S.)
2 - School boards
5303
0
NIGHT CARETAKER OR NIGHT JANITOR (9 275 M2 OR MORE)
0
STATIONARY ENGINEER CLASS XIV
Job class 454
6262
1
3 - Health and Social services
6418
1
PHYSICALLY HANDICAPPED BENEFICIARIES TRANSPORT ATTENDANT (E.S.)
3 - Health and Social services
3467
3567
1
1
THERAPEUTIC EQUIPMENT ATTENDANT
3459
1
BENEFICIARY ATTENDANT ("A" CERTIFICATION)
3 - Health and Social services
6410
1
INSTITUTIONAL GUARD
3 - Health and Social services
3687
1
EDUCATION INSTRUCTOR
492
1
ORTHOPEDIC ATTENDANT
0
STATIONARY ENGINEER, CLASS XX
1
GENERAL HELPER IN A NORTHERN INSTITUTION
6415
H
507
Job class 507
3 - Health and Social services
H
506
Job class 506
C745
H
502
Job class 502
4 - Colleges
H
496
Job class 496
3247
H
495
Job class 495
3 - Health and Social services
H
492
Job class 492
3 - Health and Social services
H
490
Job class 490
THERAPEUTIC EQUIPMENT ATTENDANT (35 H)
H
489
Job class 489
3 - Health and Social services
H
488
Job class 488
PAINTING AND MAINTENANCE ATTENDANT
H
485
Job class 485
3 - Health and Social services
H
463
Job class 463
C739
H
458
Job class 458
4 - Colleges
H
454
H
508
Job class 508
H
25
PREDOMINANTLY MALE JOB CLASSES
Sector
________________________
4 - Colleges
4 - Colleges
Job
position
_________
C741
C742
Class Title
______ ___________________________________________________________________
0
0
STATIONARY ENGINEER CLASS XVI
APPENDIX 2.2
Job class
Retained
predominance
_____________
_______________
510
STATIONARY ENGINEER CLASS XVII
510
Job class 510
2 - School boards
5317
0
MAINTENANCE WORKMAN CLASS I (WINDOW INSTALLER, TILE SETTER, SANDER)
3 - Health and Social services
6372
1
GLAZIER
3 - Health and Social services
6350
1
VEHICLES ATTENDANT
0
SECURITY ATTENDANT
0
HEAVY VEHICLE DRIVER ASSISTANT
Job class 512
5309
Job class 536
5304
0
2 - School boards
5336
10
3 - Health and Social services
3245
1
AUDIOVISUAL ATTENDANT
3 - Health and Social services
3204
1
TRANSPORT ATTENDANT
3 - Health and Social services
3485
1
STRETCHER BEARER
4 - Colleges
C934
0
LABOURER
3 - Health and Social services
6307
1
DISHWASHING MACHINE OPERATOR
H
536
2
2 - School boards
H
532
Job class 532
2 - School boards
H
528
Job class 528
C908
H
514
Job class 514
4 - Colleges
H
512
NIGHT CARETAKER OR NIGHT JANITOR (LESS THAN 9 275 M )
Job class 541
MOVER (CSDM)
1
REFRIGERATION MACHINERY MASTER MECHANIC (E.S.)
3 - Health and Social services
6238
1
SECURITY ATTENDANT (E.S.)
4 - Colleges
C905
0
RESIDENCE CARETAKER OR RESIDENCE JANITOR
H
577
Job class 577
6366
H
576
Job class 576
3 - Health and Social services
H
564
Job class 564
0
H
545
Job class 545
5318
H
544
Job class 544
MAINTENANCE WORKMAN CLASS II (ASSISTANT CARETAKER OR ASSISTANT
JANITOR, LABOURER)
H
542
Job class 542
2 - School boards
H
541
H
587
Job class 587
H
591
Job class 591
H
594
Job class 594
H
600
Job class 600
H
26
PREDOMINANTLY MALE JOB CLASSES
Sector
Job
position
Class Title
________________________
_________
3 - Health and Social services
6387
______ ___________________________________________________________________
1
STATIONARY ENGINEER HELPER
4 - Colleges
C703
0
OFFSET DUPLICATOR OPERATOR
3 - Health and Social services
6348
1
DOOR ATTENDANT
2 - School boards
4225
0
BINDER TECHNICIAN (CSDM)
3 - Health and Social services
3458
1
COMMUNITY SUPERVISION OFFICER (INSTITUT PINEL)
1
INTERVENTION OFFICER
0
INTERVENTION OFFICER (INSTITUT PINEL)
APPENDIX 2.2
Job class
Retained
predominance
_____________
_______________
601
Job class 601
Job class 605
3594
1
LIVING UNIT OFFICER
3 - Health and Social services
6405
1
HEAVY VEHICLE DRIVER HELPER (E.S.)
3 - Health and Social services
6414
1
GENERAL HELPER
3 - Health and Social services
6337
1
CHIEF COOK (AGREEMENT C.A.)
3 - Health and Social services
6351
6385
1
1
JANITOR
SHOEMAKER
710
0
GUARD (INSTITUT PINEL)
6346
3684
0
WORKSHOPS INSTRUCTOR (INSTITUT PINEL)
3 - Health and Social services
3597
1
SHIPPING INSTRUCTOR
3 - Health and Social services
3691
1
HORTICULTURE INSTRUCTOR (GREENHOUSES)
3 - Health and Social services
3697
1
FARM WORK INSTRUCTOR
H
749
Job class 749
3 - Health and Social services
H
734
Job class 734
3 - Health and Social services
H
710
Job class 710
1
H
697
Job class 697
6374
H
664
Job class 664
3 - Health and Social services
H
656
Job class 656
JANITOR (35 H)
H
639
Job class 639
3 - Health and Social services
H
638
Job class 638
3 - Health and Social services
H
637
Job class 637
6436
H
634
Job class 634
3 - Health and Social services
H
631
Job class 631
3545
H
606
Job class 606
3 - Health and Social services
H
605
H
779
Job class 779
H
781
Job class 781
H
782
Job class 782
H
783
Job class 783
H
27
PREDOMINANTLY MALE JOB CLASSES
Sector
Job
position
Class Title
________________________
_________
3 - Health and Social services
3546
______ ___________________________________________________________________
1
BOOKBINDING INSTRUCTOR (E.S.)
3 - Health and Social services
6254
1
GENERAL MAINTENANCE CARPENTER (E.S.)
3 - Health and Social services
6407
1
CLEANER (E.S.)
3 - Health and Social services
2264
1
ORTHOTIST AND/OR PROSTHESIST
3 - Health and Social services
2263
1
REMUNERATION OF SOME ORTHOSIS/PROSTHESIS MECHANICS
1
DISTRIBUTER (CRSSS - MONTREAL METRO)
1
MECHANICAL FABRICATION TECHNICIAN
APPENDIX 2.2
Job class
Retained
predominance
_____________
_______________
784
Job class 784
Job class 819
2379
1
INSTRUMENTATION AND CONTROL TECHNICIAN
3 - Health and Social services
2203
1
PATHOLOGY ASSISTANT (E.S.)
2 - School boards
4283
0
BINDER
2 - School boards
2122
0
ENGINEER
3 - Health and Social services
2371
1
ELECTRO-MECHANIC TECHNICIAN (E.S.)
H
894
Job class 894
3 - Health and Social services
H
879
Job class 879
2377
H
878
Job class 878
3 - Health and Social services
H
832
Job class 832
5230
H
825
Job class 825
3 - Health and Social services
H
819
H
896
Job class 896
H
942
Job class 942
H
951
Job class 951
H
954
Job class 954
H
959
Job class 959
H
28
PREDOMINANTLY MIXED JOB CLASSES
Sector
Job
position
Class Title
________________________
_________
______ ____________________________________________________________________
2 - School boards
3 - Health and Social services
4 - Colleges
2113
1546
C225
0
0
0
PSYCHOLOGIST OR COUNSELLOR IN REEDUCATION
APPENDIX 2.3
Job class
Retained
predominance
_____________
_______________
1
PSYCHOLOGIST (RESERVED TITLE) OR HUMAN BEHAVIOR THERAPIST
1
PSYCHOLOGIST OR COUNSELLOR IN REEDUCATION
1
Job class 1
2 - School boards
4 - Colleges
2104
C219
0
0
EDUCATION CONSULTANT
EDUCATION CONSULTANT
3
Job class 3
3 - Health and Social services
1701
0
VOCATIONAL GUIDANCE COUNSELLOR (RESERVED TITLE) OR COUNSELLOR IN
SUPPORTIVE RELATIONS
1109
0
ADMINISTRATIVE PROCESSES SPECIALIST
3 - Health and Social services
1534
0
HEARING DEFICIENCIES TRAINING OFFICER (E.S.)
2 - School boards
2105
C209
0
0
SPECIALIST IN TEACHING METHODS AND TECHNIQUES
4 - Colleges
2107
C206
0
0
STUDENT ACTIVITIES ANIMATOR
STUDENT ACTIVITIES ANIMATOR
23
4 - Colleges
31
C232
C263
0
0
STUDENT AFFAIRS COUNSELLOR
33
STUDENT LIFE COUNSELLOR
33
4209
C404
0
0
LABORATORY TECHNICIAN
Job class 33
2 - School boards
4 - Colleges
LABORATORY TECHNICIAN
3 - Health and Social services
4 - Colleges
2102
2105
1
1
CONTRIBUTIONS TECHNICIAN
64
CONTRIBUTIONS TECHNICIAN (32,5 H)
64
4279
C409
0
0
GRAPHIC ARTS TECHNICIAN
GRAPHIC ARTS TECHNICIAN
M
63
Job class 64
2 - School boards
M
63
Job class 63
3 - Health and Social services
M
31
Job class 31
4 - Colleges
M
23
Job class 23
2 - School boards
M
21
Job class 21
SPECIALIST IN TEACHING METHODS AND TECHNIQUES
M
9
Job class 9
4 - Colleges
M
7
Job class 7
3 - Health and Social services
M
3
M
M
76
76
Job class 76
M
29
PREDOMINANTLY MIXED JOB CLASSES
Sector
Job
position
Class Title
________________________
_________
______ ____________________________________________________________________
2 - School boards
4280
0
SCHOOL TRANSPORTATION TECHNICIAN
APPENDIX 2.3
Job class
Retained
predominance
_____________
_______________
77
Job class 77
2 - School boards
4214
0
RECREATIONAL ACTIVITIES TECHNICIAN
Job class 83
2 - School boards
4201
0
DATA PROCESSING OPERATOR PRINCIPAL CLASS
2 - School boards
4107
0
BUYER
5138
5140
1
1
BUYER (32,5 H)
108
BUYER
108
5312
6300
6301
C916
0
1
1
0
COOK CLASS II
115
COOK (35 H)
115
COOK
115
COOK CLASS II
115
6221
6321
1
1
LAUNDRY-LINEN ATTENDANT (C.S.D.)
Job class 108
2 - School boards
3 - Health and Social services
3 - Health and Social services
4 - Colleges
Job class 115
3 - Health and Social services
3 - Health and Social services
LAUNDRY ATTENDANT
1207
0
BIOLOGICAL AND HEALTH PHYSICS SCIENCE SPECIALIST
1544
0
CRIMINOLOGIST
3 - Health and Social services
1652
0
PSYCHO-EDUCATOR
1106
0
3 - Health and Social services
1559
0
BEHAVIORAL OFFICER
3 - Health and Social services
1551
0
COMMUNITY ORGANIZER
0
RECREOLOGIST
M
M
233
M
236
Job class 236
M
240
Job class 240
1658
M
226
Job class 233
3 - Health and Social services
M
220
Job class 226
INSTITUTION COUNSELLOR
M
196
Job class 220
3 - Health and Social services
M
176
Job class 196
3 - Health and Social services
M
176
Job class 176
3 - Health and Social services
M
107
Job class 107
3 - Health and Social services
M
87
Job class 87
3 - Health and Social services
M
83
M
241
Job class 241
M
30
PREDOMINANTLY MIXED JOB CLASSES
Sector
Job
position
Class Title
________________________
_________
______ ____________________________________________________________________
3 - Health and Social services
1107
0
COMMUNICATIONS SPECIALIST
APPENDIX 2.3
Job class
Retained
predominance
_____________
_______________
248
Job class 248
3 - Health and Social services
2362
1
ORTHOSIS-PROSTHESIS TECHNICIAN
Job class 293
3 - Health and Social services
2280
1
HORTICULTURE TECHNICIAN (E.S.)
3 - Health and Social services
3451
1
OPERATING ROOM TECHNICAL ASSISTANT (E.S.)
3241
1
3 - Health and Social services
6320
1
LAUNDERER
3 - Health and Social services
3209
1
INHALATION THERAPY ATTENDANT
1
3 - Health and Social services
3476
0
WATCHOVER ATTENDANT (RESIDENTIAL MILIEU)
3 - Health and Social services
6347
1
ELEVATOR ATTENDANT
1
3 - Health and Social services
3460
1
SENIOR REHABILITATION THERAPIST (E.S.)
M
898
Job class 898
COLLEGES TEACHERS
M
683
Job class 683
4 - Colleges
M
585
Job class 585
1114
M
581
Job class 581
LAWYER
M
565
Job class 565
3 - Health and Social services
M
547
Job class 547
6349
M
546
Job class 546
RESIDENCE GUARD
M
538
Job class 538
3 - Health and Social services
M
409
Job class 409
ANIMAL ATTENDANT
M
351
Job class 351
3 - Health and Social services
M
293
M
923
Job class 923
M
31
PREDOMINANTLY JOB CLASSES TO DETERMINE
Sector
Job
position
Class Title
________________________
_________
______ ____________________________________________________________________
3 - Health and Social services
2267
2268
2288
3 - Health and Social services
3 - Health and Social services
1
1
1
APPENDIX 2.4
Job class
Retained
predominance
_____________
_______________
EXTRA-CORPORAL CIRCULATION TECHNICIAN
50
CLINICAL PERFUSIONIST (36,25 H)
50
CLINICAL PERFUSIONIST
50
Job class 50
3 - Health and Social services
2697
1
SOCIOTHERAPIST (INSTITUT PINEL)
To determine 1
297
Job class 297
To determine 1
1 Concerning these job classes, no conclusive decision has been taken by the Pay Equity Committee. The required posting, following the 60 days delay in order the receive
the observations, will expose the final conclusion taken by the Pay Equity Committee in regards of these job classes.
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APPENDIX 3
JOB EVALUATION SYSTEM
SEVENTEEN SUB-FACTORS ASSESSMENT
JOB EVALUATION SYSTEM
DEFINITIONS OF SUB-FACTORS AND LEVELS
Factor I - Efforts
Sub-factor 1 – Autonomy
This sub-factor serves to evaluate the autonomy usually required to perform the duties of the job, plan and organize the
work.
The following statements serve to determine the level that most accurately represents the autonomy required to
perform the duties of the job.
Levels
1.
The performance of the duties of the job is usually guided by detailed instructions, written or oral, that impose the
specific order in which the work is to be accomplished. The employee does not have to plan or organize his/her
activities; these are practically pre-established.
2.
The performance of the duties of the job is usually guided by well-defined work methods or guidelines, according to
pre-established steps. The duties of the job usually require that the employee decide in what order the daily activities
are performed or take place.
3.
The performance of the duties of the job is usually guided by work methods or guidelines, procedures, in view of
specific objectives. The employee decides in what order duties will be performed, chooses work techniques and
establishes the steps to be followed.
4.
The performance of the duties of the job is usually guided by general guidelines, in view of general objectives. The
employee determines the work methods, sets the procedure and the steps to be followed.
5.
The performance of the duties of the job is usually guided by general guidelines, policies or precedents covering most
situations. The employee draws up specific objectives and sets the work methods, the procedure to follow and the
steps of the work to be accomplished.
6.
The performance of the duties of the job is usually guided by policies or precedents that cover the situations or
problems encountered only in part. The employee sets the general objectives and the main steps of the work to be
accomplished.
7.
The performance of the duties of the job is usually guided by the general orientations of the organization. The
employee draws up policies and general objectives.
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Factor I – Efforts
Sub-factor 2 – Reasoning
This sub-factor serves to evaluate the reasoning usually required to perform the duties of the job and cope with the
situations.
The following statements serve to determine the level that most accurately represents the reasoning required to
perform the duties of the job.
Levels
1.
The situations to be dealt with are similar or customary. It is necessary to consider only a small quantity of known
information in order to act.
2.
Situations to be dealt with are varied and contain a few new elements. It is necessary to consider a fair quantity of
practical information in order to act.
3.
Situations to be dealt with contain new elements. They require some research and thought to evaluate and organize
a moderate quantity of information.
4.
Situations to be dealt with are new and their nature is not well-defined. They require the processing of incomplete
information, the analysis and synthesis of variable or technical elements to clarify it.
5.
Situations to be dealt with are complex and their true nature is not defined. They require elaborate research and
thought, the analysis and synthesis of several variables.
6.
Situations to be dealt with are complex. They require highly elaborate research and thought, the in-depth analysis
and synthesis of a large quantity of information and variables.
7.
Situations to be dealt with are very complex. They require exhaustive research and thought, the critical analysis and
synthesis of all the information and variables.
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Factor I – Efforts
Sub-factor 3 – Creativity
This sub-factor serves to evaluate the creativity usually required to perform the duties of the job in order to solve the
problems inherent to the job.
The following statements serve to determine the level that most accurately represents the creativity required to
perform the duties of the job.
Levels
1.
The manner in which a situation is dealt with or the solution to the problem encountered usually complies with the
established ways or doing or seeing things.
2.
The manner in which a situation is dealt with or the solution to the problem encountered usually requires a significant
rearrangement or adaptation of the established ways of doing or seeing things.
3.
The manner in which a situation is dealt with or the solution to the problem encountered usually requires an important
rearrangement or adaptation of the established ways of doing or seeing things.
4.
The manner in which a situation is dealt with or the solution to the problem encountered is usually new and departs,
in a significant way, from the established ways of doing or seeing things.
5.
The manner in which a situation is dealt with or the solution to the problem encountered is usually original and
departs, in an important way, from the established ways of doing or seeing things.
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Factor I – Efforts
Sub-factor 4 – Concentration and Sensory Attention
This sub-factor serves to evaluate the concentration and sensory attention usually needed to perform the duties of the job.
Effort may be deployed to carry out an in-depth analysis or reflection on a specific question or problem or by the obligation
to use intense sensory attention. Sensory attention may call upon one of the five senses or more than one sense at a
time. Involuntary interruptions, (being obliged to change activities in process and to resume it later) distractions and
simultaneity (performing several activities or operations at the same time) are elements that are taken into consideration in
this sub-factor.
The following statements serve to determine the level that most accurately represents the concentration and
sensory attention required to perform the duties of the job.
Levels
1.
A minimal level of concentration and sensory attention is needed.
2.
A moderate level of concentration and sensory attention is needed.
3.
A considerable level of concentration and sensory attention is needed.
4.
A high level of concentration and sensory attention is needed.
5.
A very high level of concentration and sensory attention is needed.
The following scale serves to determine the frequency of interruptions.
Interruption frequency scale
1.
2.
Involuntary interruptions and distractions are occasional.
Involuntary interruptions and distractions are frequent.
The following scale serves to determine the frequency of simultaneity.
Simultaneity frequency scale
1.
2.
Tasks are occasionally performed simultaneously.
Tasks are often performed simultaneously.
Aggregation formula:
(level + interruption frequency scale + simultaneity frequency scale) - 2
Aggregation table:
LEVELS
1
2
3
4
5
INTERRUPTION AND SIMULTANEITY FREQUENCY SCALE
1-1
1-2
2-1
2-2
1
2
3
4
5
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3
4
5
6
2
3
4
5
6
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3
4
5
6
N/A
Factor I – Efforts
Sub-factor 5 – Physical Efforts
This sub-factor serves to evaluate the physical efforts inherent to the performance of the duties of the job during a normal
work day.
The following statements serve to determine the physical efforts required of the employee in the performance of
his/her duties.
Please note that physical activities which are not inherent to the duties of the job must not be evaluated.
For activities A, B and C, weights refer to an object, a person, an animal or other.
Physical activities
A.
Lifting, pushing, pulling, holding or moving light weights (less than 10 kg) requiring little physical effort or expending
an equivalent effort.
B.
Lifting, pushing, pulling, holding or moving medium weights (from 10 kg to 20 kg) requiring average physical effort or
expending an equivalent effort.
C.
Lifting, pushing, pulling, holding or moving heavy weights (over 20 kg) requiring considerable physical effort or
expending an equivalent effort.
D.
Going up or working on ladders, scaffolds, climbing.
E.
Bending, crouching, kneeling, stepping over, crawling, or adopting other similar positions.
F.
Working in a sitting position (without maintaining a static position).
G. Working in a standing position (including walking).
H.
Keeping a static position or performing repetitive movements.
I.
Bringing a person who is agitated or experiencing a crisis under control.
The following scale serves to determine the frequency of each physical activity.
Frequency scale
1.
2.
3.
Occasionally:
Frequently:
Continually:
from time to time, most weeks
several times a week, most weeks
each day, at least four days per week, most weeks
The following scale serves to determine the length of each physical activity.
Frequency scale
1.
2.
3.
Short periods:
Average-length periods:
Long periods:
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usually less than 30 minutes
usually from 30 to 90 minutes
usually more than 90 minutes
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Aggregation:
Each of the physical activities is attributed a relative value:
Physical activity
Value attributed
F
A and G and H
B and D
C and E and I
1
2
3
4
To obtain the score:
identify the value attributed to each physical activity;
add the values for the frequency and length;
subtract the number 2 from this result.
-
When the value of the activity is <1>, do not take into consideration the frequency or the length. The resulting score is
then <1>.
Aggregation formula:
(attributed value + frequency + length) - 2
Aggregation table:
ACTIVITIES
F
A& G&H
B&D
C&E&I
1-1
1
2
3
4
1-2
1
3
4
5
FREQUENCY AND LENGTH SCALES
1-3
2-1
2-2
2-3
3-1
1
1
1
1
1
4
3
4
5
4
5
4
5
6
5
6
5
6
7
6
3-2
1
5
6
7
The aggregated score is the one that results from the following procedure:
1.
2.
3.
Choose the three activities in the aggregation table that produced the highest results;
Add the points;
Transpose the total number of points in the following scale:
Transposition scale
Score
1 to 3 points
4 to 6 points
7 to 9 points
10 to 12 points
13 to 15 points
16 to 18 points
19 points and more
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Aggregated score
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
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3-3
1
6
7
8
Factor II – Responsibilities
Sub-factor 6 – Responsibilities for a programme or an activity and financial or material resources
This sub-factor serves to evaluate the responsibilities related to the job for a programme, an activity, financial resources or
material resources, taking into consideration their impacts on the organization, its personnel or users.
The following statements serve to set the level that most accurately represents the responsibilities of the job
with regard to a programme or an activity or with regard to financial or material resources, if any.
Please note that highly improbable or extreme situations should not be taken into consideration.
Levels
1.
The responsibilities related to the job have little or no impact on the programme or activity.
Or
The duties of the job can have slight consequences with regard to the acquisition, distribution, maintenance,
control or use of financial or material resources.
2.
The responsibilities related to the job have a certain impact on the achievement of the objectives of the
programme or activity.
Or
The duties of the job can have moderate consequences with regard to the acquisition, distribution, maintenance,
control or use of financial or material resources.
3.
The responsibilities related to the job have a moderate impact on the achievement of the objectives of the
programme or activity.
Or
The duties of the job can have important consequences with regard to the acquisition, distribution, maintenance,
control or use of financial or material resources.
4.
The responsibilities related to the job have a significant impact on the achievement of the objectives of the
programme or activity.
Or
The duties of the job can have major consequences with regard to the acquisition, distribution, maintenance,
control or use of financial or material resources.
5.
The responsibilities related to the job have an important impact on the achievement of the objectives of the
programme or activity.
6.
The responsibilities related to the job have a very important impact on the achievement of the objectives of the
programme or activity.
7.
The responsibilities related to the job have a major impact on the achievement of the objectives of the
programme or activity.
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The following scale serves to determine the consequences with regard to the financial or material resources
associated to the responsibilities of the job with regard to a programme of activity. This scale only applies to levels 5,
6 and 7.
Scale of financial or material resources
1.
The duties of the job can have slight consequences with regard to the acquisition, distribution, maintenance,
control or use of financial or material resources.
2.
The duties of the job can have moderate consequences with regard to the acquisition, distribution, maintenance,
control or use of financial or material resources.
3.
The duties of the job can have important consequences with regard to the acquisition, distribution, maintenance,
control or use of financial or material resources.
4.
The duties of the job can have major consequences with regard to the acquisition, distribution, maintenance,
control or use of financial or material resources.
Aggregation formula:
(level of the programme or activity 5, 6 or 7+ scale of financial or material resources) - 1
Aggregation table:
LEVELS
PROGRAMME
OR ACTIVITY
SCALE OF FINANCIAL OR MATERIAL RESOURCES
1
2
3
4
5
5
6
7
8
6
6
7
8
9
7
7
8
9
10
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Factor II – Responsibilities
Sub-factor 7 – Responsibilities for Persons
This sub-factor serves to evaluate the responsibilities related to a job regarding the mental or physical well-being of other
persons in the performance of the duties of the job.
The following statements serve to determine the level that most accurately represents the contribution of the
duties to the health and safety of other people, considering their effect on well-being.
To evaluate this sub-factor, consider that the legal and necessary provisions in the field of health and safety are applied.
Moreover, only situations that have a significant chance of happening should be taken into consideration.
Levels
1.
The duties of the job contribute slightly to the health and safety of other persons.
2.
The duties of the job contribute moderately to the health and safety of other persons.
3.
The duties of the job contribute largely to the health and safety of other persons.
4.
The duties of the job contribute in a major way to the health and safety of other persons.
The following scale serves to determine the probable extent of the impacts of the employee’s contribution.
Scale of impacts
1.
The duties of the job can have a slight impact on the mental or physical well-being of other persons.
2.
The duties of the job can have a moderate impact on the mental or physical well-being of other persons.
3.
The duties of the job can have an important impact on the mental or physical well-being of other persons.
4.
The duties of the job can have a severe impact on the mental or physical well-being of other persons.
Aggregation formula:
(level of contribution + scale of impacts) - 1
Aggregation table:
LEVELS OF
CONTRIBUTION
SCALE OF IMPACTS
1
2
3
4
1
1
2
NA
NA
2
2
3
4
5
3
3
4
5
6
4
4
5
6
7
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Factor II - Responsibilities
Sub-factor 8 – Responsibilities for Communications
This sub-factor serves to evaluate the responsibilities regarding communications related to the job, whether written, verbal
or non-verbal, taking into account the target interlocutors and their characteristics, the goal of the communication and the
context in which it takes place.
The following statements serve to determine the level that most accurately represents the responsibilities for
communication required to perform the duties of the job.
Levels
1.
Communication to give or obtain factual and current information with regard to work.
2.
Communication to give or obtain information, additional details, explanations or indications of a special or unusual
nature. The nature of the information must be understood and explained.
3.
Communication to participate in discussions with one or more people designed to present facts or ones viewpoint in
order to reach common goals.
4.
Communication in view of helping people by giving advice that requires specialization in a field of operation and
terminology specific to the discipline.
5.
Communication in view of contributing to elaborate discussions in order to reach a consensus with one or several
people whose specialties and views differ.
6.
Communication in view of guiding and advising other people by studies, opinions, recommendations in matters of
his/her discipline or his/her field of activities.
7.
Communication in view of getting people to adhere to an idea, a point of view or a proposal by exerting one’s
influence or upholding arguments, by reasoning, proof, presumption or assertion, in order that something become
evident or be recognized as true or necessary.
8.
Communication in view of conducting elaborate discussions with persons or groups of persons that have diverging
interests to arrive at a final agreement of an official nature.
The following scale serves to determine the place occupied by communications in the job.
Place occupied by communications
1.
Communications are a marginal component of the job.
2.
Communications are a significant component of the job.
3.
Communications are an important component of the job.
4.
Communications are a major component of the job.
Aggregation formula:
(level + place occupied by communications) - 1
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Aggregation table:
LEVELS
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
1
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
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PLACE OCCUPIED BY COMMUNICATIONS
2
3
2
3
3
4
4
5
5
6
6
7
7
8
8
9
9
10
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4
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
Factor II – Responsibilities
Sub-factor 9 – Responsibilities for Supervision and Coordination of Persons
This sub-factor serves to evaluate the responsibilities related to the job for activities and work of other persons, paid or
not.
The following statements serve to determine the level that most accurately represents responsibility for
supervision and coordination.
To evaluate this sub-factor, the responsibility for supervision, coordination or training must represent a significant
proportion of time on an annual basis.
Levels
1.
The duties of the job require that the employee help other persons to become familiar with certain aspects of the
work.
2.
The duties of the job require that the employee train or teach other persons (including trainees).
3.
The duties of the job require that the employee coordinate the work performed by other persons in the context of
a project or activity, by distributing the work and seeing its progress.
4.
The duties of the job require that the employee distribute activities, supervise the work and its quality on the
basis of established requirements.
5.
The duties of the job require that the employee plan, organize and distribute activities, supervise the work and its
quality on the basis of requirements that he or she establishes.
The following scales serve to determine the number of persons who, on a regular basis, are under the
responsibility of the employee who holds the position.
Scale for supervision (levels 4 and 5)
1.
2.
3.
4.
Responsibility for 1 to 3 persons
Responsibility for 4 to 8 persons
Responsibility for 9 to 15 persons
Responsibility for more than 15 persons
Scale for coordination (level 3)
1.
2.
3.
Responsibility for 1 to 7 persons
Responsibility for 8 to 15 persons
Responsibility for more than 15 persons
Scale for training (level 2)
1.
2.
Responsibility for 1 to 3 persons
Responsibility for more than 3 persons
Aggregation formula:
(level + scale) - 1
Aggregation table
Level
1
2
3
4
5
1
1
2
3
4
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1
1
3
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1
NA
NA
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Sub-factor 10 – Professional Training
This sub-factor serves to evaluate the basic, general or specialized knowledge that is required to perform the duties
of the job.
The following statements serve to determine the level that most accurately represents the professional training
needed.
If the job requires knowledge that is obtained outside of teaching institutions, please determine the equivalent level.
Levels
1.
Secondary III or less
2.
Secondary IV or the equivalent
3.
Secondary V or the equivalent
4.
Secondary V plus a training programme of at least one year or the equivalent.
5.
Secondary V plus a training programme of at least two years or the equivalent.
6.
Technical CEGEP programme (DEC) or the equivalent.
7.
Technical CEGEP programme (DEC) plus a university-level certificate (at least 30 credits) or the equivalent
or
Technical CEGEP programme (DEC) plus an Attestation of Collegial Studies (AEC) or the equivalent.
8.
Under-graduate degree (normally a three-year programme).
9.
Under-graduate degree (normally a four-year programme).
10. Post-graduate programme: Master’s level
11. Post-graduate programme: PhD level
12. Postdoctoral studies
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Factor III – Qualifications
Sub-factor 11 – Experience and Initiation
This sub-factor serves to evaluate minimal post-graduate experience required for the normal performance of the duties of
the job. This experience is acquired on the job, in any related or similar work or in any other pertinent work or life
experience that enable the employee to acquire normative or practical knowledge. It includes necessary minimal
familiarization.
The following statements serve to determine the minimal post-graduate experience required for the normal
performance of the duties of the job.
Normative or practical knowledge refers to: methods, processes, methodologies, protocols, technologies,
techniques, equipments, instruments, tools, workplaces, policies, orientations, laws, norms, procedures, rules,
principles, regulations, etc.
Levels
1.
One month and less of experience and initiation is the period needed to acquire the normative or practical knowledge
necessary for the normal performance of the duties of the job.
2.
More than one month and up to 3 months of experience and initiation is the period needed to acquire the normative
or practical knowledge necessary for the normal performance of the duties of the job.
3.
More than 3 months and up to 6 months of experience and initiation is the period needed to acquire the normative or
practical knowledge necessary for the normal performance of the duties of the job.
4.
More than 6 months and up to 1 year of experience and initiation is the period needed to acquire the normative or
practical knowledge necessary for the normal performance of the duties of the job.
5.
More than 1 year and up to 2 years of experience and initiation is the period needed to acquire the normative or
practical knowledge necessary for the normal performance of the duties of the job.
6.
More than 2 years and up to 3 years of experience and initiation is the period needed to acquire the normative or
practical knowledge necessary for the normal performance of the duties of the job.
7.
More than 3 years and up to 5 years of experience and initiation is the period needed to acquire the normative or
practical knowledge necessary for the normal performance of the duties of the job.
8.
More than 5 years and up to 7 years of experience and initiation is the period needed to acquire the normative or
practical knowledge necessary for the normal performance of the duties of the job.
9.
More than 7 years of experience and initiation is the period needed to acquire the normative or practical knowledge
necessary for the normal performance of the duties of the job.
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Factor III – Qualifications
Sub-factor 12 – Knowledge Updating
This sub-factor serves to evaluate the knowledge updating needed as a result of technical changes (new equipment, new
work techniques, …), administrative or legislative changes (new regulations, new instructions or policies, …) or scientific
changes (new research, discoveries, …).
The following statements serve to determine the level of knowledge updating required to perform the duties of
the job.
Please note that knowledge is measured when the duties are carried out in a normal way.
Levels
1.
The knowledge needed to perform the duties of the job require little or no updating; there is little or no change.
2.
The knowledge needed to perform the duties of the job needs to be updated when a change is introduced or
expected, or in order to keep up with developments. This updating involves a notable increase of knowledge
related to the job, or some modifications in the work procedures or ways of doing things, or the acquisition of new
skills.
3.
The knowledge needed to perform the duties of the job needs to be updated when a change is introduced or
expected, or in order to keep up with developments. This updating involves a considerable increase of
knowledge related to the job, or considerable modifications in the work procedures or ways of doing things, or
the acquisition of new skills.
4.
The knowledge needed to perform the duties of the job needs to be updated when a change is introduced or
expected, or in order to keep up with developments. This updating involves a very considerable increase of
knowledge related to the job, or very considerable modifications in the work procedures or ways of doing things,
or the acquisition of new skills.
5.
The knowledge needed to perform the duties of the job needs to be updated when a change is introduced or
expected, or in order to keep up with developments. This updating involves a major increase of knowledge
related to the job, or major modifications in the work procedures or ways of doing things, or the acquisition of
new skills.
The following scale serves to determine the frequency of knowledge updating.
Frequency scale
1.
2.
3.
Occasionally (a few times a year, most years)
Regularly (once a month, most months)
Frequently (once per week, most weeks)
Aggregation table:
LEVELS
1
2
3
4
5
1. Occasionally
1
2
3
4
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NA
4
5
NA
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Sub-factor 13 - Skills in Interpersonal Relations
This sub-factor serves to evaluate skills in interpersonal relations that are needed to perform the duties of the job. Skills
in interpersonal relations refer to skills to intervene with individuals or groups. Skills may differ depending on the type of
interaction that must be established in the performance of the duties of the job, and can be expressed by actions or
gestures, or by body language (postures, facial expressions), or by the tone of the voice, the words or expressions used.
The following statements serve to determine the level that most accurately represents the skills in
interpersonal relations required to perform the duties of the job.
Levels
1.
The duties of the job require courtesy, politeness.
2.
The duties of the job require that the employee show patience, tactfulness or sympathy, sensitivity, and express
support and comfort to a person.
3.
The duties of the job require that the employee show self-control or diplomacy with the other person; it is necessary
to control one’s emotions in difficult or tense situations, to be delicate in relations with people or to appreciate what
should be said, done or avoided in relations with people
4.
The duties of the job require that the employee show true and sustained interest to establish contact with the person,
while keeping a certain emotional distance. It is necessary to grasp a person’s feelings, to listen to her and to
understand what she expresses, without examining or exploring these feeling.
5.
The duties of the job require that the employee lead an organized group to set objectives and pursue goals in order to
influence action. It is necessary, in particular, to initiate action, to evaluate the progress of the group and to promote
the emergence of a consensus, taking into consideration the inter-actions between all the members of the group.
6.
The duties of the job require that the employee decode the problems and the concerns behind the feelings and
statements that are only partially formulated or implied, understand the person’s motivation, grasp the nuances and
express this understanding. It is necessary to place oneself in the shoes of the other person, to see a situation like
the other person sees it, while keeping control of ones own emotions. It is necessary to accompany and help the
person to progress.
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Factor III – Qualifications
Sub-factor 14 – Physical Skills and Manual Dexterity
This sub-factor serves to evaluate the physical skills (simultaneity, coordination or opposition of movements) and the
manual dexterity necessary for the performance of the duties of the job. Fine motor skills as well as muscular control of
several parts of the body are elements which are taken into consideration in this sub-factor.
The following statements serve to determine the level that most accurately represents the physical skills and
manual dexterity required to perform the duties of the job.
The physical skills and the manual dexterity needed for the performance of the duties of the job without moving persons or
without manipulation or use of equipment, tools, instruments or others must also be evaluated.
Levels
1.
The duties of the job require a minimal level of dexterity or coordination.
2.
The duties of the job include moving persons, the manipulation or use of equipment, tools, instruments or others that
require a moderate level of precision and coordination.
3.
The duties of the job include moving persons, the manipulation or use of equipment, tools, instruments or others to
carry out exact and precise operations.
4.
The duties of the job include moving persons, the manipulation or use of equipment, tools, instruments or others to
carry out very exact and precise operations.
5.
The duties of the job include moving persons, the manipulation or use of equipment, tools, instruments or others that
require exceptional muscular control.
The following scale serves to determine the appropriate speed.
Scale of speed
1.
2.
Speed is not important
Speed is important
Aggregation formula
(level + speed scale) - 1
Aggregation table:
SCALE OF SPEED
LEVELS
1
2
3
4
5
1
1
2
3
4
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3
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Factor IV – Working conditions
Sub-factor 15 – Psychological Conditions
This sub-factor serves to evaluate the limiting psychological conditions in which the duties of the job are performed.
The following statements serve to determine the psychological condition(s) that prevail during the
performance of the duties of the job.
To evaluate this sub-factor, it is necessary to consider normal work periods and not those which sometimes involve
exceptional exposure.
Psychological Conditions
A.
Troublesome emotion-laden situations that require a listening ear, help or support.
B.
Difficult situations that involve conflictual, hostile or violent interactions.
C.
The impossibility to influencing situations when the likelihood of success is low or inexistent, such as death, disease,
socio-economic problems.
D.
Noise or lack of privacy causing stress in the performance of work.
E.
Mental fatigue caused by unchanging and repetitive work.
F.
Impact on lifestyle related to compulsory and frequent travel requiring to stay away from home to perform duties.
G. Simultaneous or tight deadlines, work that is unforeseeable or urgencies.
H.
Presence of possible threat to personal safety or the safety of one’s family.
Scale of proportion of time
1.
2.
3.
Less than 30% of the time on an annual basis
From 30% to 60% of the time on an annual basis
More than 60% of the time on an annual basis
Aggregation :
The aggregate score is the result of the following procedure:
1.
2.
3.
Identify each of the psychological conditions that apply to the duties of the job;
Add each of the values of the corresponding scale of proportion of time;
Transpose the resulting total number of points in the following transposition scale.
Transposition scale
Points
Aggregated score
2 points and less
3 to 4 points
5 to 6 points
7 to 8 points
9 to 10 points
11 points and more
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Factor IV – Working conditions
Sub-factor 16 – Physical Conditions
This sub-factor serves to evaluate the challenging physical conditions in which the duties of the job are performed.
The following statements serve to determine the physical conditions that exist during the normal
performance of the duties of the job.
To evaluate this sub-factor, it is necessary to look at normal work periods and not those which may sometimes involve
exceptional exposure.
Physical Conditions
A.
Working outside in difficult weather conditions or in the presence of problematic natural elements.
B.
High temperature indoors or humidity (severe discomfort and great fatigue due to heat and humidity. Normally, this
o
o
o
discomfort occurs at a dry temperature of approximately 32 C (90 F) or at a wet temperature of approximately 29 C
o
(85 F)).
C.
Low temperature indoors (discomfort despite appropriate clothing).
D.
Unpleasant smoke, fumes or odours.
E.
Vibrations (vibration of the whole body or limbs).
F.
Difficult lighting conditions (poor lighting, strong glare).
G. Dust, dirt (e.g. grease, oil).
H.
Uncomfortable or confined work space.
I.
High noise levels (irritating or high level of noise, e.g. more than 85dB).
J.
Body fluids or repulsive matter (e.g. blood, vomit, excreta).
K.
Obligations or constraints related to asepsis.
L.
Constraints related to wearing protective equipment.
Scale for the proportion of time
1.
2.
3.
Less than 30% of the time on an annual basis
From 30% to 60% of the time on an annual basis
More than 60% of the time on an annual basis
Aggregation :
The aggregated score is the one that results from the following calculation:
1.
2.
3.
Identify each of the physical conditions that apply to the duties of the job;
Add each of the values of the scale for the corresponding proportion of the time;
Transpose the total number of points in the following transposition scale.
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Transposition Scale
Points
Aggregated score
3 points and less
4 to 6 points
7 to 9 points
10 to 12 points
13 to 15 points
16 points and over
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Factor IV – Working conditions
Sub-factor 17 – Inherent Hazards
This sub-factor serves to evaluate the hazards which could affect mental or physical well-being, encountered in the normal
performance of the duties of the job, taking into consideration the danger of the situations and of exposure to these.
The following statements serve to determine the level that most accurately represents the hazards that are
present in the normal performance of the duties of the job.
To evaluate this sub-factor, consider that the legal and necessary provisions with regard to occupational health and safety
are applied.
Please note that it is important to consider normal work situations and not exceptional ones.
Levels
1.
Situations encountered in the performance of the duties of the job are not very dangerous for mental and physical
well-being.
2.
Situations encountered in the performance of the duties of the job can be moderately dangerous for mental and
physical well-being.
3.
Situations encountered in the performance of the duties of the job can be dangerous for mental and physical wellbeing.
4.
Situations encountered in the performance of the duties of the job can be extremely dangerous for mental and
physical well-being.
The following scale serves to determine the applicable degree of exposure related to the situations encountered.
Scale of exposure
1.
2.
3.
4.
Low
Moderate
High
Very high
Aggregation formula
(level + scale of exposure) - 1
Aggregation table
LEVELS
1
2
3
4
1
1
2
3
4
SCALE OF EXPOSURE
2
3
1
1
3
4
4
5
5
6
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APPENDIX 4
JOB ANALYSIS QUESTIONNAIRE
FOR ALL EMPLOYEES REPRESENTED BY
L’ALLIANCE PROFESSIONNELLE DES INFIRMIÈRES ET INFIRMIERS AUXILIAIRES DU QUÉBEC
(APIIAQ)
LA CENTRALE DES SYNDICATS DU QUÉBEC (CSQ)
LA CONFÉDÉRATION DES SYNDICATS NATIONAUX (CSN)
LA FÉDÉRATION DES INFIRMIÈRES ET INFIRMERS AUXILIAIRES DU QUÉBEC (FIIAQ)
LA FÉDÉRATION DES INFIRMIÈRES ET INFIRMIERS DU QUÉBEC (FIIQ)
LA FÉDÉRATION DES TRAVAILLEURS ET TRAVAILLEUSES DU QUÉBEC (FTQ)
L’ALLIANCE DU PERSONNEL PROFESSIONNEL ET TECHNIQUE DE LA SANTÉ ET DES SERVICES
SOCIAUX (APTS/APTMQ)
LA FÉDÉRATION INDÉPENDANTE DES SYNDICATS AFFILIÉS (FISA)
LA CENTRALE DES SYNDICATS DÉMOCRATIQUES (CSD)
L’ASSOCIATION INDÉPENDANTE DES EMPLOYÉS DE SOUTIEN DE LA COMMISSION SCOLAIRE
WESTERN QUÉBEC (INDEPENDENT ASSOCIATION OF WESTERN QUÉBEC) (IAWQ)
L’EASTERN SHORES INDEPENDANT ASSOCIATION FOR SUPPORT STAFF (ESIASS)
L’UNION INDÉPENDANTE DES EMPLOYÉS DE SOUTIEN DE LA COMMISSION SCOLAIRE LESTER B.
PEARSON (UIESLP)
LA FÉDÉRATION AUTONOME DES COLLÈGES (FAC)
AND ALL NON-UNION MEMBER EMPLOYEES IN THE SAME JOB CLASSES
SECTION I – JOB IDENTIFICATION SHEET
Job title:
Other job title (if applicable):
Employer:
Place of work (home base):
Address:
Education
Type of establishment:
W School board
W Elementary school
W Secondary school
Directorate:
W Adult education centre
W Vocational training centre
W Cegep
W Other:
Department:
Specialty:
Public Service
W Government department
W Government agency
Branch:
Department:
Directorate:
Other:
W Other:
Health and Social Services
Type of establishment:
W CHSGS
W CHPSY
W CHSLD
W CLSC
W CR
W CJ
W RRSSS
W Other:
Directorate:
Department:
Program:
Specialty:
Number of years and months you have held this job:
W Full-time
W Part-time
W Other:
Number of hours / regular work week:
Special work schedule
Work schedule or shift:
W Day
W Bonus
W Evening
W Night
W Allowance
W Rotating
W Weekend
W Split schedule
W Supplement
Specify:
Name of central labour union or organization:
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JOB DESCRIPTION
SECTION II – DESCRIPTION OF JOB DUTIES
1
Brief job description
This brief description is designed to provide an overview of your job. Please summarize your main
job duties.
3
2
Detailed job description
2.1 Daily duties
Describe the duties you usually perform every day. Indicate how and why you do each one.
Indicate the number of hours OR percentage of time devoted daily to each one.
No.
JOB DESCRIPTION
NUMBER
OF HOURS / DAY
OR
% / DAY
Hrs or %
Hrs or %
Hrs or %
4
No.
JOB DESCRIPTION
NUMBER
OF HOURS / DAY
OR
% / DAY
Hrs or %
Hrs or %
Hrs or %
Hrs or %
5
No.
JOB DESCRIPTION
NUMBER
OF HOURS / DAY
OR
% / DAY
Hrs or %
Hrs or %
Hrs or %
Hrs or %
6
No.
JOB DESCRIPTION
NUMBER
OF HOURS / DAY
OR
% / DAY
Hrs or %
Hrs or %
Hrs or %
Hrs or %
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2.2 Weekly, monthly or annual duties
Describe the duties you perform regularly every week, every month or several times a year.
Indicate the number of hours OR approximate percentage of time devoted to each one.
No.
NUMBER
OF HOURS
OR
%
JOB DESCRIPTION
Hrs or %
Wk
Mo
Yr
Hrs or %
Wk
Mo
Yr
Hrs or %
Wk
Mo
Yr
8
No.
NUMBER
OF HOURS
OR
%
JOB DESCRIPTION
Hrs or %
Wk
Mo
Yr
Hrs or %
Wk
Mo
Yr
Hrs or %
Wk
Mo
Yr
Hrs or %
Wk
Mo
Yr
9
No.
NUMBER
OF HOURS
OR
%
JOB DESCRIPTION
Hrs or %
Wk
Mo
Yr
Hrs or %
Wk
Mo
Yr
Hrs or %
Wk
Mo
Yr
Hrs or %
Wk
Mo
Yr
10
No.
NUMBER
OF HOURS
OR
%
JOB DESCRIPTION
Hrs or %
Wk
Mo
Yr
Hrs or %
Wk
Mo
Yr
Hrs or %
Wk
Mo
Yr
Hrs or %
Wk
Mo
Yr
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SECTION III – SPECIFIC JOB INFORMATION
QUESTION 1
VOCATIONAL TRAINING
A) What basic, general or specialized vocational training is necessary to perform your job
duties?
1. Completion of Secondary III or less
2. Completion of Secondary IV
3. Completion of Secondary V
4. Completion of Secondary V plus an additional training program of at least 1 year
5. Completion of Secondary V plus an additional training program of at least 2 years
6. Completion of vocational college studies (DEC)
7. Completion of vocational college studies (DEC) plus a university-level certificate
(at least 30 credits)
or
Completion of vocational college studies (DEC) plus an attestation of college studies (AEC)
8. Completion of university undergraduate degree (normally a 3-year program)
9. Completion of university undergraduate degree (normally a 4-year program)
10. Completion of master’s degree
11. Completion of PhD
12. Postdoctoral studies
13. Other:
B) Indicate the name of the training program, if you know it:
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QUESTION 2
SPECIFIC QUALIFICATIONS
A) To hold your job, is a permit, licence, competency card, membership in a professional
order, other title or designation necessary?
W Yes
W No
If so, please specify:
B) If you answered “yes” to the previous question, indicate the requirements for obtaining
the permit, licence, competency card, membership in a professional order, other title or
designation (examination, training, hours of qualification, etc.).
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QUESTION 3
NORMATIVE OR PRACTICAL KNOWLEDGE
Indicate and explain the normative or practical knowledge needed to perform your job duties that
are acquired other than through vocational training.
W Way of doing things (methodologies, methods, procedures, protocols, techniques); explain:
W Work environments, client groups, policies, orientations; explain:
W Statutes, standards regulations; explain:
W Other:(please specify)
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QUESTION 4
EXPERIENCE
Based on the vocational training indicated in the previous question, what do you think is the minimum level of experience required to successfully perform your job duties? This includes the minimum familiarization period.
Experience may be acquired on the job, in related or similar jobs or work and in any relevant job or life
experience.
1. One month or less
2. More than 1 month to 3 months
3. More than 3 months to 6 months
4. More than 6 months to 1 year
5. More than 1 year to 2 years
6. More than 2 years to 3 years
7. More than 3 years to 5 years
8. More than 5 years to 7 years
9. More than 7 years
QUESTION 5
EQUIPMENT, TOOLS, MACHINERY
Please list the equipment, tools, machinery and technologies your need to use in performing your
job duties:
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QUESTION 6
PHYSICAL SKILLS AND MANUAL DEXTERITY
Do some of your job duties specifically require:
• skill using your hands or fingers;
• coordination in movements;
• control of the muscles of one or more parts of your body;
• fine motor skills.
W Yes
W No
If so, describe the work situations in which these skills are necessary.
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QUESTION 7
UPDATING KNOWLEDGE
What knowledge must be updated, pursuant to or in view of a change or to ensure relevant followup of developments, to perform your job duties? Please specify the goal and frequency of updating.
TECHNICAL CHANGES OR DEVELOPMENTS (new equipment, new work techniques, etc.)
Knowledge updated and goals
Update
frequency
Weekly
Monthly
Annually
Weekly
Monthly
Annually
Weekly
Monthly
Annually
Weekly
Monthly
Annually
CHAADMINISTRATIVE OR LEGISLATIVE CHANGES OR DEVELOPMENTS
(new regulations, new guidelines or policies, etc.)
Knowledge updated and goals
Update
frequency
Weekly
Monthly
Annually
Weekly
Monthly
Annually
Weekly
Monthly
Annually
Weekly
Monthly
Annually
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SCIENTIFIC CHANGES OR DEVELOPMENTS (new research, new discoveries, etc.)
Knowledge updated and goals
Update
frequency
Weekly
Monthly
Annually
Weekly
Monthly
Annually
Weekly
Monthly
Annually
Weekly
Monthly
Annually
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QUESTION 8
INTERPERSONAL RELATIONS
What are the interpersonal skills needed to perform your job duties?
Skills may differ depending on the type of interaction involved in performing your job duties and may constitute actions or motions involving body language (positions, facial expressions), tone of voice, words or
expressions used.
1. Ability to listen
8. Therapeutic relation
2. Courtesy
9. Support and comfort
3. Diplomacy
10. Sympathizing
4. Leadership
11. Tact
5. Self-control
12. Other, please specify:
6. Patience
7. Good manners
Using work situations, illustrate and identify the corresponding skills.
Work situation
Skill no.
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QUESTION 9
PLANNING, ORGANIZING
Using the following examples, describe the decisions you need to make in planning and organizing your job duties:
• Decide the order in which daily activities are performed.
• Decide which work techniques to choose.
• Decide the steps to follow to perform duties.
• Determine work methods.
• Develop specific objectives.
• Develop policies.
• Etc.
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QUESTION 10
RESEARCH, ANALYSIS, SYNTHESIS
Describe the work situations that require research, deliberation, analysis or information
synthesis.
QUESTION 11
CREATIVITY
Describe one or more work situations that require you to show creativity or imagination I order to
deal with them or find solutions.
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QUESTION 12
USE OF THE SENSES
Do some of your duties specifically require use of one or more senses
(hearing, sight, touch, smell or taste)?
W Yes
W No
If so, indicate the work situations that require use of the senses.
QUESTION 13
SIMULTANEITY
Do you sometimes have to perform more than one activity or operation at the same time?
W Yes
W No
If so, indicate the works situations in which you need to perform duties simultaneously. Please
specify the frequency of these work situations.
Work situations
Frequency
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QUESTION 14
INTERRUPTIONS
Do you sometimes have to leave your current activity and go back to it due to elements beyond
your control?
W Yes
W No
If so, indicate the work situations in which you experience distractions or involuntary interruptions.
Please specify the frequency of these work situations.
Work situations
Frequency
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QUESTION 15
PHYSICAL ACTIVITY
Circle the physical activities involved in your job duties. Please specify the frequency and corresponding duration for each activity selected and illustrate using work situations.
Frequency
1. Occasionally – Once in a while in the course of most weeks
2. Frequently – Several times a week in the course of most weeks
3. Continually – Every day, or at least four days a week in the course of most weeks
Duration
1. Usually less than 30 minutes
2. Usually from 30 to 90 minutes
3. Usually more than 90 minutes
Physical activity
Freq. Dur.
A. Lifting, pushing, pulling, holding or
moving light weights (less than 10 kg
/ 22 lbs) requiring little physical effort
or equivalent effort
1
1
2
2
3
3
B. Lifting, pushing, pulling, holding or
moving medium weights (10 - 20 kg
/ 22 - 44 lbs) requiring a medium
physical effort or equivalent effort
1
1
2
2
3
3
C. Lifting, pushing, pulling, holding or
moving heavy weights (more than
20 kg / 44 lbs) requiring a considerable physical effort or equivalent
effort
1
1
2
2
3
3
1
1
2
2
3
3
1
1
2
2
3
3
1
1
2
2
3
3
1
1
2
2
3
3
D. Climbing or working on ladders or
scaffolding
E. Climbing
F. Bending over, hunching, squatting,
kneeling, climbing over, crawling or
other similar postures
G. Working while seated
(can get up from time to time)
Work situations
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Physical activity
H. Working while standing
(including walking)
I. Performing repetitive motions
J. Not getting up
K. Bringing a person who is agitated
or experiencing a crisis under control
Freq. Dur.
1
1
2
2
3
3
1
1
2
2
3
3
1
1
2
2
3
3
1
1
2
2
3
3
Work situations
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QUESTION 16
COMMUNICATION
The types of communication involved in performing your job duties are:
W Verbal
W Written
W Non-verbal, please specify:
Please identify the types of communication between yourself and others involved in performing
your job duties and describe the work situations.
Nature and goal of communication
Work situation
A. Give or receive factual information related
to work of a usual nature.
B. Give or obtain information, details, explanations or indications of a specific or unusual
nature. This involves understanding and
explaining the nature of the information to
process.
C. Participate in talks with one or more people
to present facts or one’s point of view in
order to reach common goals.
D. Help people by providing advice requiring
specialization in a field of operation and terminology specific to one’s discipline.
E. Contribute to discussions in order to reach
a consensus with one or more people,
whose specialty and views differ.
F. Guide or advise other people, through studies, notices, recommendations, on subjects
in one’s discipline or field of activity.
G. Persuade people to accept an idea, viewpoint or proposal by exercising one’s influence or supplying arguments, by reasoning,
evidence, assumption or assertion, so that
something happens or is recognized as true
and necessary.
H. Lead elaborate discussions between people or groups of people whose interests
diverge to reach a final agreement that is
official in nature.
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QUESTION 17
TRAINING, SUPERVISION, COORDINATION
Do your job duties involve one or more of the following activities?
Illustrate your choices using work situations and specify the number of people involved.
Activity
No. of
peop.
Work situations
A. Help others become familiar with some
aspects of the work.
B. Training or teaching others
(including student trainees).
C. Coordinating others’ work by distributing
work and ensuring that it is done.
D. Distributing others’ work and checking their
work and its quality based on established
requirements.
E. Planning, organizing and distributing others’
work and checking their work and its quality based on requirements that you establish.
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QUESTION 18
PSYCHOLOGICAL CONDITIONS
What are the challenging psychological conditions involved in performing your job duties? Specify
under what circumstances they occur and their duration.
Psychological condition
Under what circumstances
Duration
Hours or %
A. Disturbing, emotionally-charged situations requiring listening, assistance or support.
Day
Wk
Mo
Yr
Hours or %
Day
B. Difficult situations involving conflictual, hostile or violent interactions.
Wk
Mo
Yr
Hours or %
C. Impossibility of influencing situations when the likelihood of success
is low or inexistent, such death, illness, socioeconomic problems.
Day
Wk
Mo
Yr
Hours or %
Day
D. Noise or lack of privacy causing
stress in performing work.
Wk
Mo
Yr
Hours or %
Day
E. Unchanging, repetitive work.
Wk
Mo
Yr
Hours or %
F. Impact on lifestyle associated with
frequent, compulsory travel requiring staying away from home to perform duties.
Day
Wk
Mo
Yr
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Psychological condition
Under what circumstances
Duration
Hours or %
Day
G. Simultaneous or tight deadlines, work
that is unforeseeable or urgent.
Wk
Mo
Yr
Hours or %
H. Presence of possible threat to personal or family safety.
Day
Wk
Mo
Yr
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QUESTION 19
PHYSICAL CONDITIONS
What are the challenging physical conditions involved in performing your job duties? Specify
under what circumstances they occur and their duration.
Physical condition
Under what circumstances
Duration
Hours or %
A. Outdoor work during difficult weather conditions or with problematic
natural elements.
Day
Wk
Mo
Yr
B. High temperatures indoors or humidity (severe discomfort and significant fatigue due to heat and humidity. Normally this discomfort occurs
at a dry temperature reading of approximately 32°C (90°F) or at a wet
temperature reading of approximately 29°C (85°F)).
Hours or %
Day
Wk
Mo
Yr
Hours or %
Jour
C. Low temperatures indoors (discomfort despite appropriate clothing).
Sem.
Mois
Année
Hours or %
Day
D. Fumes, smoke or unpleasant odours.
Wk
Mo
Yr
Hours or %
Day
E. Vibrations (vibration of the whole
body or limbs).
Wk
Mo
Yr
Hours or %
F. Difficult lighting conditions (poor
lighting strong glare).
Day
Wk
Mo
Yr
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Physical condition
Under what circumstances
Duration
Hours or %
Day
G. Dust, dirt (e.g. grease, oil).
Wk
Mo
Yr
Hours or %
H. Uncomfortable or confined work
environment.
Day
Wk
Mo
Yr
Hours or %
I. High noise levels (irritating and/or
high level of noise, e.g. more than
85dB).
Day
Wk
Mo
Yr
Hours or %
J. Body fluids or repulsive matter (e.g.
blood, vomit, excrement).
Day
Wk
Mo
Yr
Hours or %
K. Obligations or constraints related to
a sterile work environment.
Day
Wk
Mo
Yr
Hours or %
L. Constraints related to wearing protective equipment.
Day
Wk
Mo
Yr
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QUESTION 20
HAZARDOUS SITUATIONS
What are the hazardous situations that can threaten your mental or physical health when performing your job duties?
Illustrate using work situations and specify the duration.
Work situation
Duration
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QUESTION 21
OTHER INFORMATION
If applicable, indicate any additional information not covered in the preceding questions that would
allow a better understanding of your job.
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Questionnaire no.
SECTION IV – IMMEDIATE SUPERVISOR IDENTIFICATION
Immediate supervisor last name and first name:
This identification sheet will be detached from the questionnaire prior to evaluation.
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Questionnaire no.
SECTION V – RESPONDENT IDENTIFICATION
Respondent’s last name and first name:
I hereby confirm that the information I have supplied in this questionnaire accurately reflects my job
to the best of my knowledge.
Date
Respondent’s signature
NB:
We may have to contact you to get further information on your job. Please indicate:
Phone number (work):
Fax number:
E-mail address:
This identification sheet will be detached from the questionnaire prior to evaluation.
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APPENDIX 5
JOB ANALYSIS QUESTIONNAIRE
FOR ALL EMPLOYEES REPRESENTED BY
L’ALLIANCE DU PERSONNEL PROFESSIONNEL ET TECHNIQUE DE LA SANTÉ ET DES SERVICES
SOCIAUX (APTS/CPS)
L'ASSOCIATION PROFESSIONNELLE DES INHALOTHÉRAPEUTES DU QUÉBEC (APIQ)
LE SYNDICAT DES PROFESSIONNELLES ET PROFESSIONNELS DU GOUVERNEMENT DU QUÉBEC
(SPGQ)
SECTION I – JOB IDENTIFICATION SHEET
Job / employment corps title:
Other job title (if applicable):
Employer:
Place of work (home base):
Address:
Education
Type of establishment:
W School board
W Elementary school
W Secondary school
Direction:
W Adult education centre
W Vocational training centre
W Cegep
W Other:
Department:
Specialty:
Public Service
W Department
W Agency
Branch:
Department:
Direction:
Other:
W Other:
Health and Social Services
Type of establishment:
W CHSGS
W CHPSY
W CHSLD
W CLSC
W CR
W CJ
W RRSSS
W Other:
Direction:
Department:
Program:
Specialty:
Number of years and months of service in your job:
W Full-time
W Part-time
W Other:
Number of hours / regular work week:
Special work schedule
Work schedule or shift:
W Day
W Bonus
W Evening
W Night
W Allowance
W Rotating
W Weekend
W Split schedule
W Supplement
Specify:
Name of central labour union or organization:
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SECTION II – DESCRIPTION OF YOUR JOB DUTIES
1
Brief job description
This brief description is designed to provide an overview of your job. Please indicate the purpose
of your job and its role within the organization. We recommend that you answer this question once
you have completed the questionnaire.
2
2
Detailed job description
Please choose one of the following methods to complete the detailed job description:
a) Detailed description of your daily duties (section 2.1)
If most of your duties are carried out on a daily basis, we recommend that you choose section
2.1 adding information in section 2.2, where need be, for the remaining duties or mandates carried out on a weekly, monthly or annual basis.
b) Detailed description of your duties or mandates (section 2.2)
If most of your duties or mandates are not carried out on a daily basis, we recommend that you
use section 2.2 only, indicating an overall percentage for the duties or mandates regardless of
whether they are carried out on a weekly, monthly or annual basis.
If you choose option (a), please ensure that the total of the percentages in sections 2.1 and
2.2 does not exceed 100%.
2.1 Daily duties
Describe the duties you usually carry out every day, indicating how and why you do them.
Indicate the percentage of time devoted to each on a daily basis.
No.
DETAILED DESCRIPTION OF DUTY
% / DAY
%
%
3
No.
DETAILED DESCRIPTION OF DUTY
% / DAY
%
%
%
%
4
No.
DETAILED DESCRIPTION OF DUTY
% / DAY
%
%
%
%
5
2.2 Weekly, monthly or annual duties or mandates
Describe the duties you carry out (every week, every month or a few times a year), indicating
how and why you do them.
Indicate the percentage of time devoted to each activity, referring to the conversion table.
Please assign an overall percentage only to the main duties and mandates (e.g. 1) and not the
secondary ones (e.g. 1.1, 1.2, 1.3).
No.
DETAILED DESCRIPTION OF DUTY OR MANDATE
%
1
%
1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
1.5
6
No.
DETAILED DESCRIPTION OF DUTY OR MANDATE
%
2
%
2.1
2.2
2.3
2.4
2.5
3
%
3.1
3.2
3.3
3.4
3.5
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No.
DETAILED DESCRIPTION OF DUTY OR MANDATE
%
4
%
4.1
4.2
4.3
4.4
4.5
5
%
5.1
5.2
5.3
5.4
5.5
8
No.
DETAILED DESCRIPTION OF DUTY OR MANDATE
%
6
%
6.1
6.2
6.3
6.4
6.5
7
%
7.1
7.2
7.3
7.4
7.5
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SECTION III – SPECIFIC JOB TRAINING
QUESTION 1
PROFESSIONAL TRAINING
Indicate the name of the final diploma/degree or field of academic studies required to hold your job
as well as the time it normally takes to obtain this diploma/degree or training.
QUESTION 2
SPECIFIC QUALIFICATIONS
To hold your job, is a permit, licence, competency card, membership in a professional order, other
title or designation necessary?
If so, please specify:
What are the requirements for obtaining these qualifications (examination, training, hours, months
or years of qualification, clinical training, etc.)?
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QUESTION 3
NORMATIVE AND PRATICAL KNOWLEDGE AND UPDATES
Indicate and explain the nature, depth and complexity of the knowledge needed in the normal exercise of your job duties or mandates that are acquired after obtaining the final diploma/degree.
If applicable, specify how often this normative and practical knowledge must be updated, following
or in anticipation of a change or to keep abreast of developments by also specifying the goal of the
update. For knowledge that does not need to be updated indicate N/A for non-applicable.
A) METHODOLOGICAL AND SCIENTIFIC KNOWLEDGE (methods, techniques, technologies,
processes, protocols, principles, research, findings, etc.)
GOAL OF UPDATE
YR
MONTH
WEEK
N/A
NATURE, DEPTH AND COMPLEXITY
OF KNOWLEDGE
UPDATE
FREQUENCY
1.
2.
3.
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GOAL OF UPDATE
YR
MONTH
WEEK
N/A
NATURE, DEPTH AND COMPLEXITY
OF KNOWLEDGE
UPDATE
FREQUENCY
4.
5.
6.
B) ADMINISTRATIVE, LEGISLATIVE AND WORKPLACE KNOWLEDGE (laws, standards, regulations,
rules, procedures, policies, orientations, guidelines, clienteles, etc.)
GOAL OF UPDATE
YR
MONTH
WEEK
N/A
NATURE, DEPTH AND COMPLEXITY
OF KNOWLEDGE
UPDATE
FREQUENCY
1.
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GOAL OF UPDATE
YR
MONTH
WEEK
N/A
NATURE, DEPTH AND COMPLEXITY
OF KNOWLEDGE
UPDATE
FREQUENCY
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
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C) TECHNICAL KNOWLEDGE (equipment, instruments, tools, etc.)
GOAL OF UPDATE
YR
MONTH
WEEK
N/A
NATURE, DEPTH AND COMPLEXITY
OF KNOWLEDGE
UPDATE
FREQUENCY
1.
2.
3.
4.
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GOAL OF UPDATE
YR
MONTH
WEEK
N/A
NATURE, DEPTH AND COMPLEXITY
OF KNOWLEDGE
UPDATE
FREQUENCY
5.
6.
D) OTHER KNOWLEDGE
GOAL OF UPDATE
YR
MONTH
WEEK
N/A
NATURE, DEPTH AND COMPLEXITY
OF KNOWLEDGE
UPDATE
FREQUENCY
1.
2.
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GOAL OF UPDATE
YR
MONTH
WEEK
N/A
NATURE, DEPTH AND COMPLEXITY
OF KNOWLEDGE
UPDATE
FREQUENCY
3.
4.
5.
6.
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QUESTION 4
EXPERIENCE AND INITIATION
Once the academic training has been completed, what do you think is the minimum level of experience and initiation required to properly perform your job duties and mandates? This includes the
minimum familiarization period.
Experience may be acquired on the job, in related or similar jobs or work and in any relevant job or life
experience.
Duration of experience and initiation
1. One month or less
2. More than 1 month to 3 months
3. More than 3 months to 6 months
4. More than 6 months to 1 year
5. More than 1 year to 2 years
6. More than 2 years to 3 years
7. More than 3 years to 5 years
8. More than 5 years to 7 years
9. More than 7 years
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QUESTION 5
RESPONSIBILITIES RELATED TO PROGRAMS, ACTIVITIES, FINANCIAL
AND MATERIAL RESOURCES
A) Responsibilities related to programs and activities
How do your job duties contribute to achieving your organization’s goals and objectives related to programs and activities? To answer this question, think about how your job contributes to the organization’s mission, staff or client groups and the impacts of any errors you might make.
Illustrate your responsibilities using significant examples.
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B) Responsibilities involving financial and material resources
Do your job duties involve activities related to the acquisition, distribution, maintenance, control or use
of your organization’s financial or material resources? If so, what are they?
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QUESTION 6
PHYSICAL SKILLS AND MANUAL DEXTERITY
Physical skills and manual dexterity may involve:
• coordination in movements or muscular coordination;
• skill using hands or fingers;
• fine motor skills;
• control of the muscles of one or more parts of your body.
Referring to normal work situations, describe the physical skills and manual dexterity required to
carry out your job duties, indicating speed of execution and, if applicable, the objects used.
Work situations
Use of objects (machine,
tool, instrument, etc.)
W
W
No
W
W
No
W
W
No
W
W
No
W
W
No
Yes, what are they?
Yes, what are they?
Yes, what are they?
Yes, what are they?
Yes, what are they?
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QUESTION 7
RESPONSIBILITIES RELATED TO PEOPLE
How do your job duties help or harm the mental or physical health of others (colleagues, clients,
public, etc.)?
Using work situations, please indicate the impacts (positive and negative) of your job duties on
people.
WORK SITUATIONS
IMPACTS
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WORK SITUATIONS
IMPACTS
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QUESTION 8
INTERPERSONAL SKILLS
What are the interpersonal skills characterizing your job duties or mandates? Please identify them
using the following list and illustrate them using significant examples.
1. Therapeutic relation
2. Tact, sensitivity to people
3. Diplomacy, self-control, controlling one’s emotions
4. Receiving comments, gauging feelings, showing real ongoing interest
5. Promoting consensus, leadership
6. Courtesy, good manners
7. Empathy
8. Other, please specify:
Skills may differ depending on the type of interaction involved in performing your job duties or mandates
and may be translated into actions or motions involving body language (positions, facial expressions), tone
of voice, words or expressions used.
Skill no.
Significant examples
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Skill no.
Significant examples
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QUESTION 9
AUTONOMY
Describe what guides the manner in which you perform your job duties and mandates (instructions,
work methods, guidelines, procedures, protocols, policies, general orientations and precedents)
and illustrate your autonomy in planning and organizing your work, using the following examples:
• Decide the order in which daily activities are performed
• Decide which work techniques to choose
• Decide the steps to follow to perform duties
• Determine work methods
• Develop specific objectives
• Define general objectives
• Develop policies
• Etc.
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QUESTION 10
REASONING
Using significant examples, illustrate the level of reasoning (research, reflection, analysis, synthesis) needed to carry out your job duties and mandates. You may refer to your detailed description,
adding elements to facilitate comprehension.
Please also illustrate the complexity of the situations to deal with, the amount and range of information and variables to take into consideration.
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QUESTION 11
CREATIVITY
Using significant examples, illustrate the creativity or imagination (adaptation or organization of
established viewpoints or way of doing, search for innovative or original solutions) you must show
in order to deal with situations or to find solutions.
You may refer to your detailed description, adding elements to facilitate comprehension.
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QUESTION 12
CONCENTRATION AND USE OF THE SENSES
A) Concentration
Describe work situations requiring concentration.
B) Use of the senses
Do some of your duties or mandates specifically require use of one or more senses (hearing, sight,
touch, smell or taste)?
If so, indicate the work situations that require use of the senses.
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QUESTION 13
SIMULTANEITY
Do you sometimes have to perform more than one activity or operation AT THE SAME TIME?
If so, indicate the work situations in which you need to perform duties simultaneously. Please specify the frequency of these work situations.
Work situations
Frequency
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QUESTION 14
DISTRACTIONS, INTERRUPTIONS
Do you sometimes have to leave your current activity and go back to it due to elements beyond
your control?
If so, indicate the work situations in which you experience distractions or involuntary interruptions.
Please specify the frequency of these work situations.
Work situations
Frequency
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QUESTION 15
PHYSICAL ACTIVITY
Circle the physical activities involved in your job duties. Please specify the frequency and corresponding duration for EACH ACTIVITY selected and illustrate using work situations.
Should certain activities not apply to your work situation, please indicate N/A for non-applicable.
Frequency
1. Occasionally – Once in a while in the course of most weeks
2. Frequently – Several times a week in the course of most weeks
3. Continually – Every day in the course of most weeks
Duration
1. Usually less than 30 minutes
2. Usually from 30 to 90 minutes
3. Usually more than 90 minutes
Physical activity
A. Lifting, pushing, pulling, holding or
moving light weights (less than 10 kg /
22 lbs.) requiring little physical effort
or equivalent effort
B. Lifting, pushing, pulling, holding or
moving medium weights (10 - 20 kg /
22 - 44 lbs.) requiring a medium
physical effort or equivalent effort
C. Lifting, pushing, pulling, holding or
moving heavy weights (more than
20 kg / 44 lbs.) requiring a considerable physical effort or equivalent
effort
D. Climbing or working on ladders or
scaffolding, climbing
Freq. Dur.
1
1
2
2
3
3
1
1
2
2
3
3
1
1
2
2
3
3
1
1
2
2
3
3
Work situations
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Physical activity
E. Bending over, hunching, squatting,
kneeling, climbing over, crawling or
other similar postures
F. Working while seated (without maintaining a static position)
G. Working while standing (including
walking)
H. Maintaining a static position or performing repetitive motions
I. Bringing a person who is agitated
or experiencing a crisis under control
Freq. Dur.
1
1
2
2
3
3
1
1
2
2
3
3
1
1
2
2
3
3
1
1
2
2
3
3
1
1
2
2
3
3
Work situations
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QUESTION 16
COMMUNICATION
Describe the nature (essence of message, content) and goal (purpose, reason) of communication
between yourself and others involved in performing your job duties and mandates, specifying the
parties involved and the problems encountered. Indicate the proportion of time involved in communication.
VERBAL OR NON-VERBAL COMMUNICATION
Parties
involved
Nature and goals
of communication
Problems encountered
Proportion
of time
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WRITTEN COMMUNICATION
Parties
involved
Nature and goals
of communication
Problems encountered
Proportion
of time
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QUESTION 17
SUPERVISION AND COORDINATION
In carrying out your job responsabilities and mandates, are you required to perform activities
involving the supervision, coordination or training of other people?
If so, give significant examples and specify the number of people involved.
Responsabilities
Significant examples
No. of people
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QUESTION 18
PSYCHOLOGICAL CONDITIONS
What are the challenging psychological conditions involved in performing your job duties or mandates? Specify under what circumstances they occur and their duration.
Should a condition that applies to your job not explicitly appear in the list below, but be analogous
to one or more of these conditions, please indicate the information beside the appropriate condition.
Should certain conditions not apply to your work situation, please indicate N/A for non-applicable.
Psychological condition
Under what circumstances
Duration
Hours or %
A. Disturbing, emotionally-charged situations requiring listening, assistance or support.
Day
Wk
Mo
Yr
Hours or %
Day
B. Difficult situations involving conflictual, hostile or violent interactions.
Wk
Mo
Yr
Hours or %
C. Impossibility of influencing situations when the likelihood of success is low or inexistent, such as
death, illness, socioeconomic problems.
Day
Wk
Mo
Yr
Hours or %
D. Noise or lack of privacy causing
stress in performing work.
Day
Wk
Mo
Yr
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Psychological condition
Under what circumstances
Duration
Hours or %
Day
E. Unchanging, repetitive work.
Wk
Mo
Yr
Hours or %
F. Impact on lifestyle associated with
frequent, compulsory travel requiring staying away from home to perform duties.
Day
Wk
Mo
Yr
Hours or %
Day
G. Simultaneous or tight deadlines, work
that is unforeseeable or urgent.
Wk
Mo
Yr
Hours or %
H. Presence of possible threat to personal or family safety.
Day
Wk
Mo
Yr
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QUESTION 19
PHYSICAL CONDITIONS
What are the challenging physical conditions involved in performing your job duties or mandates?
Specify under what circumstances they occur and their duration.
Should certain conditions not apply to your work situation, please indicate N/A for non-applicable.
Physical condition
Under what circumstances
Duration
Hours or %
A. Outdoor work during difficult weather conditions or with problematic
natural elements.
Day
Wk
Mo
Yr
B. High temperatures indoors or
humidity (severe discomfort and
significant fatigue due to heat and
humidity. Normally this discomfort
occurs at a dry temperature reading of approximately 32°C (90°F) or
at a wet temperature reading of
approximately 29°C (85°F)).
Hours or %
Day
Wk
Mo
Yr
Hours or %
C. Low temperatures indoors (discomfort despite appropriate clothing).
Day
Wk
Mo
Yr
Hours or %
Day
D. Fumes, smoke or unpleasant odours.
Wk
Mo
Yr
Hours or %
E. Vibrations (vibration of the whole
body or limbs).
Day
Wk
Mo
Yr
Hours or %
F. Difficult lighting conditions (poor
lighting, strong glare).
Day
Wk
Mo
Yr
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Physical condition
Under what circumstances
Duration
Hours or %
Day
G. Dust, dirt (e.g. grease, oil).
Wk
Mo
Yr
Hours or %
H. Uncomfortable or confined work
environment.
Day
Wk
Mo
Yr
Hours or %
I. High noise levels (irritating and/or
high level of noise, e.g. more than
85dB).
Day
Wk
Mo
Yr
Hours or %
Day
J. Body fluids or repulsive matter (e.g.
blood, vomit, excrement).
Wk
Mo
Yr
Hours or %
K. Obligations or constraints related to
a sterile work environment.
Day
Wk
Mo
Yr
Hours or %
L. Constraints related to wearing protective equipment.
Day
Wk
Mo
Yr
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QUESTION 20
INHERENT RISKS
What are the hazardous situations that can threaten your mental or physical health when performing your job duties or mandates?
Illustrate the nature of the risk using significant examples and specify the duration of exposure.
Significant examples
Proportion
of time exposed
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QUESTION 21
OTHER INFORMATION
If applicable, indicate any further information that would allow a better understanding of your job.
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Questionnaire no.
SECTION IV – NAME OF IMMEDIATE SUPERVISOR
Last name and first name:
This identification sheet will be detached from the questionnaire prior to evaluation.
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Questionnaire no.
SECTION V – RESPONDENT IDENTIFICATION
Last name and first name:
I hereby confirm that the information I have supplied in this questionnaire accurately reflects my job
to the best of my knowledge.
Date
Signature
NB:
We may have to contact you to get further information on your job. Please indicate:
Phone number (work):
Fax number:
E-mail address:
This identification sheet is confidential
and will be detached from the questionnaire prior to evaluation.
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