Policies & Procedures
The classification program of Rogers State University is administered by the Employment and Benefits Office and is based on skill level, experience, education, job description, and the Fair Labor Standards Act. Each classification is placed in a salary range sufficient to allow incentives for improved performance, job proficiency, years of service, and individual efforts. The Employment and Benefits Office may, upon need or request, conduct classification reviews or studies and may recommend salary range and/or classification revisions to the Vice President for Business Affairs.
Each position at the University has been classified in accordance with its function, duties, responsibilities, and relationship to other positions. A job description has been developed for each position specifying the duties, responsibilities, supervision received, supervision given, education, training, and experience necessary for a person to function effectively in that position.
The Employment and Benefits Office shall determine and specify, subject to the provisions of the Fair Labor Standards Act, those classifications which shall be exempt. All classifications not specifically determined to be exempt classifications shall be considered non-exempt classifications. Classifications will be determined at the time a position and job description are approved for recruitment and are subject to revision as specified in Section 3.1 of this Manual.
3.3.1 Exempt Classification
3.3.2 Non-Exempt Classification
Staff appointments extend from July 1 to June 30 (fiscal year) unless otherwise stated on the Employee Transaction Form . Employment is not guaranteed beyond the ending date of the appointment, and reappointment is solely at the discretion of the University. Positions at Rogers State University are categorized as one of the following:
3.4.1 Regular Full-time Employees
3.4.2 Regular Part-time Employees
3.4.3 Temporary Employees
3.4.4 Student Employees