Classification Specifications Sample Clauses

Classification Specifications. The Employer agrees to supply the President of the Union or his/her designate with the classification specifications for those classifications in the Bargaining Unit.
Classification Specifications. The District will establish and maintain written Classification Specifications for all bargaining unit positions. The District shall provide ECCE with copies and shall make them available to employees as needed.
Classification Specifications. The Employer agrees to supply the staff representative of the Union or his designate with new or amended classification specifications for those classifications in the bargaining unit, within 30 calendar days of the completion of such descriptions.
Classification Specifications. It is the Employer's right to determine the job that is to be performed. The Employer shall prepare classification specifications which will describe the duties and requirements of each classification. The Employer shall provide a copy of all classification specifications to the Union.
Classification Specifications. The parties have established base classification specifications published as a separate document, these specifications together with the equipment operator summary sheet, shall form the basis of future discussions on classifications between the parties with a view to concluding a revised document within six months after April 1, 2019. Upon implementation, the parties will meet to establish job descriptions and to update the base classification specifications by mutual agreement.
Classification Specifications. Classification specifications shall be established by mutual agreement between the Employer and the Union.
Classification Specifications. Classification specifications shall be established by mutual agreement with the Union, as per Appendix 1.
Classification Specifications. The City will maintain written classification/job title specifications. These classification/job title specifications shall refer to a specific classification/job title, not to individual positions. The written document will contain a title, duties and responsibilities, and minimum qualification requirements, to include knowledge, skills, abilities, training, experience, and licensing/certification.