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Classification Specifications

Links to documents for City of Portland job classifications

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Classification and Compensation (“Class/Comp”) ensures the City has a consistent methodology for classifying work with an objective, citywide perspective. This provides a competitive advantage in marketing the City as an employer of choice. It enables the City to recruit and retain talented employees by offering competitive wages and opportunities for career advancement. Class/Comp also helps bureaus effectively organize their work and create the foundation for employee success.

Class/Comp develops and manages the City’s classification and compensation plans and systems. The Class/Comp division exists to be the objective caretaker of public funds used to compensate employees in work to serve the community. Class/Comp serves to create internal equity in compensation and ensure market competitiveness. All work that is done in the City must be classified—described in a consistent format that reflects a uniform assignment of work across all bureaus/offices. These classifications are used to determine pay. The City’s pay structure is the tool used to manage compensation appropriately and equitably for all employees.

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