Cohorts – 2014 - Standards for satisfactory and extraordinary performance
STANDARDS FOR SATISFACTORY AND EXTRAORDINARY PERFORMANCE
SECCP Movement-through-the-Band Program
To provide system-wide consistency, UMS has adopted the following standards for satisfactory and extraordinary performance. Supervisors and administrators who make recommendations about movement-through-the-band cohort increases for individual employees are expected to use these standards to assess job performance.
Satisfactory performance – Employees who are recommended for and who receive increases for satisfactory performance are expected to demonstrate the following performance characteristics:
- Experienced and proficient in virtually all tasks.
- Possesses necessary technical skills and demonstrates strong interpersonal and organizational skills, including self-control, credibility, ability to influence, and a desire to learn.
- Expected organizational skills include strong communication and collaboration and good understanding of relationships among all parts of the University.
Extraordinary performance Level I – Employees who are recommended for and who receive increases for extraordinary performance at Level I will have demonstrated the following performance characteristics:
- Possesses attributes of satisfactory performance and consistently exceeds expectations, surpasses established goals, and regularly makes special contributions to the University.
- Exceptional communication, follow-through, and contributions to organizational improvement.
Extraordinary performance Level II – Employees who are recommended for and who receive increases for extraordinary performance at Level II will have demonstrated the following performance characteristics:
- Possesses attributes of satisfactory performance and Level 1 extraordinary performance.
- Displays a level of initiative, accomplishment, and leadership that distinguishes him/her as being among the best in the University.