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Pay Equity Regulations (SOR/2021-161)

Regulations are current to 2022-11-16 and last amended on 2021-08-31. Previous Versions

SCHEDULE(Paragraphs 19(1)(b) and 23(3)(a) and (b))

Typical Job Classes

Column 1Column 2Column 3Column 4Column 5
ItemJob ClassSimilar Job TitlesDescriptive SummaryCharacteristic Duties and ResponsibilitiesExperience, Education and Training
1Maintenance worker
  • (a) labourer; or

  • (b) operator

As assigned by a manager, perform tasks and activities and provide services that do not require specialized knowledge
  • (a) perform basic or support tasks and activities within a team or organization, such as operating equipment, cleaning, conducting repairs and performing routine maintenance tasks;

  • (b) assist technicians, specialists or tradespersons in the completion of tasks and projects; and

  • (c) report to a manager on the status of tasks and projects

  • (a) no prior work experience required;

  • (b) a high school diploma or equivalent may be required; and

  • (c) on-the-job training may be required

2Technician
  • (a) specialist; or

  • (b) tradesperson

As assigned by a manager, perform tasks and activities and provide services that require a specialized degree of knowledge
  • (a) perform activities and tasks that require a specialized or particular degree of knowledge in a field of work, such as conducting research and analysis, developing technical policies and procedures and designing and inspecting systems to ensure compliance with operating standards;

  • (b) provide advice and support to management regarding the tasks and projects of the team or organization; and

  • (c) report to a manager on the status of tasks and projects

  • (a) a college diploma or other post-secondary program in a specialized field of study may be required; and

  • (b) certification in a specialized field of study and a period of supervised work experience may be required

3Manager
  • (a) supervisor;

  • (b) team leader; or

  • (c) program director

Based on direction from senior executives, organize and supervise the carrying out of tasks and projects by personnel within a team or organization
  • (a) plan, organize, direct, control and evaluate the operations and activities of a team or organization;

  • (b) coordinate and assign tasks to personnel within the team or organization;

  • (c) supervise the conduct and work of personnel and recommend measures to improve productivity, quality or other performance measurements;

  • (d) report to a senior executive, board or owner on the status of tasks and projects; and

  • (e) conduct personnel management tasks, including the recruitment, hiring, training and promotion of employees

A post-secondary degree or extensive experience, including supervisory or operation experience, may be required
 
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