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technicians

Technical positions require specialized knowledge or skills that may be acquired through experience or academic work such as is offered by many two-year technical institutes, community colleges, or through equivalent on the job training.

job group analysis:

Using this analysis, job titles at the University are organized into job groups for full-time employees that have similar levels of responsibilities, salaries, and advancement opportunities within the major categories established by the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC). 

EEOC Major Category:  Technicians

     Job Groups:

  1. 1)  Computer Technicians
  2. 2)  Science Technicians
  3. 3)  Health Technicians

ISU Campus 2011-2012

The following Table is a statistical snapshot of the University's workforce on October 1, 2011.

Job Groups Total Female
# (%)
Total Min.
# (%)
Black
#
(%)
Hispanic
# (%)
Asian
#
(%)
AmIndian
#(%)
Two+
#(%)
Other
#(%)
Computer Technicans 14 5 (36%) 0  (0%) 0  (0%) 0  (0%) 0  (0%) 0 (0%) 0  (0%) 0  (0%)
Science Technicians 5 2 (40%) 0  (0%) 0
(0%)
0 (0%) 0  (0%) 0  (0%) 0 (0%) 0 (0%)
Health Technicians 4 4 (100%) 0  (0%) 0  (0%) 0  (0%)
(0%)
0  (0%) 0  (0%) 0 (0%)
Total 23 11 (48%) 0  (0%) 0  (0%) 0  (0%) 0  (0%) 0 (0%) 0  (0%) 0  (0%)

*Native Hawaiian or other Pacific Islander is not included in this table, as there are currently no employees that have self-identified in this category.

 

job groups by job title

Computer Technicians:  CAD Technician, Computer Operators I-II, Employee Benefits Administrators, HRIS Analysts, PC Support Specialists, Technical Support Specialists, and Telecommunications Technicians.

Science Technicians:  Lab Research Coordinators, Laboratory Assistant/Storekeepers, Research Drawing Specialists, and Senior Laboratory Research Assistants.

Health Technicians:  Athletic Trainers I and Co-Head Athletic Trainers.