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PAY LETTER: 18-04ISSUE DATE: January 31, 2018CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN RESOURCESSECTION II SUMMARY OF REVISIONS TO THECALIFORNIA STATE CLASSIFICATION AND COMPENSATION PLANPARTS A THROUGH D WERE APPROVED DURING THE STATE PERSONNEL BOARD MEETINGHELD ON JANUARY 11, 2018.(Effective January 31, 2018, unless otherwise specified)PART AGENERAL CLASSIFICATION AND COMPENSATION ACTIONSACTIONS: The following classifications were 0SalaryRange A 3,123 4,185Range B 3,389 4,542Range C 3,727 4,995Range L 3,217 4,311Range M 3,491 4,678Range N 3,839 5,145SISAWWG MCRCBIDNo2R011Footnotes1, 19, 21,29ARC 285,482

PAY LETTER: 18-04PAGE ClassificationCode1401SchematicCodeLM71SalaryRange A 3,728 4,996Range B 4,098 5,492Range C 4,481 6,005Range D 4,928 6,604Range L 3,840 5,146Range M 4,221 5,657Range N 4,615 6,185Range O 5,076 6,803SISAWWG MCRCBIDNo2R011Footnotes1, 19, 21,29ARC 285,483

PAY LETTER: 18-04PAGE t e A 4,921 6,595SISAWWG MCRCBIDNoER011Footnotes1, 19, 21,29ARC 285,484Range B 5,412 7,253Range C 5,941 7,962Range L 5,069 6,792Range M 5,574 7,470Range N 6,119 8,200InformationTechnologySpecialist II1414LM77Range A 6,516 8,732NoE1R011, 19, 29ARC 285Range L 6,711 8,994InformationTechnologySpecialist IIIInformationTechnologySupervisor IInformationTechnologySupervisor IIInformationTechnologyManager IInformationTechnologyManager II1415LM78 7,184 9,627NoE0M011, 19, 291403LM73 5,844 7,832NoE1S011, 19, 291404LM74 6,426 8,611NoE1S011, 19, 291405LM75 7,092 9,504NoE1M011, 19, 291406LM76 8,605 10,459NoE1M011, 19, 29

PAY LETTER: 18-04PAGE 4ACTIONS: The classifications listed below will be abolished after reallocation of the incumbents.Classification TitleStaff Information Systems Analyst (Specialist)Staff Information Systems Analyst(Supervisor)Senior Information Systems Analyst(Specialist)Senior Information Systems Analyst(Supervisor)Staff Electronic Data Processing AcquisitionSpecialistSystems Software Specialist III (Technical)Senior Electronic Data Processing AcquisitionSpecialist (Technical)Systems Software Specialist II (Technical)Data Processing Manager IProgrammer IProgrammer IIData Processing Manager IIData Processing Manager IVManager, Electronic Data ProcessingAcquisitionSenior Electronic Data Processing AcquisitionSpecialist (Supervisory)Data Processing Manager IIIAssociate Information Systems Analyst(Specialist)Assistant Information Systems AnalystInformation Systems Technician Specialist IISystems Software Specialist II (Supervisory)Systems Software Specialist III (Supervisory)Information Systems Technician Specialist IAssociate Programmer Analyst (Specialist)Staff Programmer Analyst (Specialist)Staff Programmer Analyst (Supervisor)Senior Programmer Analyst (Specialist)Senior Programmer Analyst (Supervisor)Associate Systems Software Specialist(Technical)Systems Software Specialist I (Technical)Instructional Designer (Technology),Commission on Peace Officer Standards andTrainingSenior Instructional Designer (Technology),Commission on Peace Officer Standards andTrainingClassification Code1312Schematic LM16LM14LM12LM1015851587LM62LM602947LC652948LC60

PAY LETTER: 18-04PAGE 5Classification TitleProject Manager (Information Technology)Associate Program Systems AnalystSenior Program Systems Analyst (Specialist)Senior Program Systems Analyst (Supervisor)Classification Code7580773777407741Schematic CodeLQ95LM46LM40LM38ACTIONS: CHG: The following classifications were revised.Classification TitleComputer Operations Supervisor IIComputer Operations Supervisor IComputer OperatorInformation Systems TechnicianInformation Systems TechnicianSupervisor IIInformation Systems TechnicianSupervisor IAssociate Information SystemsAnalyst (Supervisor)Classification Code1350135113531360Schematic CodeLN10LN20LN40LN48Footnotes24 (add)24 (add)24 (add)24 (add)1407LN4224 (add)1408LN4424 (add)1471LM9024 (add)PART BRESOLUTION, SALARY MOVEMENT INSTRUCTIONS, AND ALTERNATERANGE CRITERIACopies of resolutions and alternate range criteria adopted by the State Personnel Board, and salarymovement instructions when status resolutions are adopted.ACTIONS: Incumbent salary movement as approved by the California Department of HumanResources resulting from classification actions taken by the State Personnel Board onJanuary 11, 2018. Incumbent movement into the appropriate class shall be effective onJanuary 31, 2018, as a result of board action unless otherwise specified in the State Personnel Board’sstatus resolution.1.Departments should review and evaluate the alternate range placement of eachemployee not moving to the highest alternate range of the new classifications listed inColumn III to determine if the employee is eligible for a same-day range change to ahigher alternate range based on the applicable new alternate range criteria for the newclassifications. These evaluations must be completed by March 16, 2018 and theresulting 335 transactions, if applicable, processed no later than April 25, 2018.2.Departments should track and monitor incumbents in the existing classifications ofComputer Operator, Ranges A and B, and Information Systems Technician, Ranges A andB. Once incumbents move into Range C of the Computer Operator and InformationSystems Technician classifications, departments should process an A20 transaction toeffect the reallocation into the Information Technology Technician, Range Aclassification.

PAY LETTER: 18-04PAGE 63.In accordance with California Code of Regulations, title 2, section 599.688,employees subject to reallocation from existing classifications listed in Column I to newclassifications listed in Column III shall receive the range differential listed in Column Vand shall retain their salary anniversary dates.4.Departments should ensure that the appropriate Work Week Group (WWG) andprobationary periods as defined in this pay letter are keyed for all incumbents thatrequire manual reallocation processing.5.Departments should process the manual reallocations by April 30, 2018 to allow fortimely abolishment of existing classifications in Column I.DOCUMENTATION:The State Controller's Office (SCO) will process three separate Employment History massupdates to implement the Reallocation, WWG change, and Range Differential for eligibleemployees in the above classifications, prior to Master Payroll Cutoff in February 2018.Departments will be responsible for keying the following transactions for eligible employees,effective January 31, 2018:1.A20 transactions for employees who are: In an excluded range Currently serving a probationary period2.A02 transactions for nonpermanent employees, including: TAU Limited Term T&D assignments Retired Annuitants Emergency3.120 transactions for employees who may have been placed in a duplicate positionnumber as a result of the mass update. Departments should run a MIRS report to identifyaffected employees.In order to limit the fallout and manual processing required, departments should not key anytransactions, with the exception of separations, for employees who should be included in themass updates, until after the mass updates have been completed.An SCO Personnel Letter will follow with additional information.

PAY LETTER: 18-04PAGE 7Classification actions affected incumbents in the following 361136713681373Column I(Existing Class)Staff InformationSystems Analyst(Specialist),Range AStaff InformationSystems Analyst(Supervisor)SeniorInformationSystems Analyst(Specialist),Range ASeniorInformationSystems Analyst(Supervisor)ComputerOperator, RangeCInformationSystemsTechnician,Range CStaff ElectronicData ialist III(Technical),Range ASenior ElectronicData oftwareSpecialist II(Technical),Range AColumn ange LRange LRange NRange LRange LNewClassCodeColumn III(New Class)1402InformationTechnologySpecialist I, Range B1403InformationTechnologySupervisor IInformationTechnologySpecialist I, Range C1402Column IV(NewClassEquivalentExcludedAlternateRange)Range MColumn VRangeDifferential0.15%0.01%Range N0.01%1404InformationTechnologySupervisor II0.00%1400InformationTechnologyTechnician, Range AInformationTechnologyTechnician, Range A0.00%14001402InformationTechnologySpecialist I, Range B1414InformationTechnologySpecialist II, Range A1402InformationTechnologySpecialist I, Range C1402InformationTechnologySpecialist I, Range CRange L0.00%0.15%Range L0.00%0.01%Range N0.18%

PAY LETTER: 18-04PAGE 8ExistingClassCodeColumn I(Existing Class)Column ewClassCode1381Data ProcessingManager I1382Programmer I,Range ARange L14001382Programmer I,Range BRange M14001383Programmer II,Range ARange L14011384Data ProcessingManager II14041387Data ProcessingManager IV14061388Manager,Electronic DataProcessingAcquisitionSenior ElectronicData ProcessingAcquisitionSpecialist(Supervisory)Data ProcessingManager IIIAssociateInformationSystems Analyst(Specialist),Range AAssistantInformationSystemsAnalyst, RangeA140513891393147014791403Column III(New Class)InformationTechnologySupervisor IInformationTechnologyTechnician, Range BInformationTechnologyTechnician, Range CInformationTechnologyAssociate, Range CInformationTechnologySupervisor IIInformationTechnologyManager IIInformationTechnology Manager IColumn IV(NewClassEquivalentExcludedAlternateRange)Column VRangeDifferential0.01%Range M7.38%Range N9.13%Range rvisor II0.01%1405InformationTechnology Manager IInformationTechnologyAssociate, Range D0.00%Range L1401Range L1400InformationTechnologyTechnician, Range ARange O0.00%Range L3.92%

PAY LETTER: 18-04PAGE 1582Column I(Existing Class)AssistantInformationSystemsAnalyst, RangeBAssistantInformationSystemsAnalyst, RangeCInformationSystemsTechnicianSpecialist IISystemsSoftwareSpecialist II(Supervisory)SystemsSoftwareSpecialist list I,Range AAssociateProgrammerAnalyst(Specialist),Range AStaffProgrammerAnalyst(Specialist),Range umn ange MColumn III(New Class)Column IV(NewClassEquivalentExcludedAlternateRange)Range MColumn ian, Range BRange N1401InformationTechnologyAssociate, Range BRange M0.02%1401InformationTechnologyAssociate, Range C0.03%1404InformationTechnologySupervisor II0.14%1405InformationTechnology Manager I0.62%Range L1400InformationTechnologyTechnician, Range CRange N0.00%Range L1401InformationTechnologyAssociate, Range DRange O0.00%Range L1402InformationTechnologySpecialist I, Range BRange M0.15%1403InformationTechnologySupervisor I4.17%0.01%

PAY LETTER: 18-04PAGE 7Column I(Existing Class)SeniorProgrammerAnalyst(Specialist),Range ialist I(Technical),Range AInstructionalDesigner(Technology),Commission OnPeace OfficerStandards ,Commission OnPeace OfficerStandards AndTrainingProject ems AnalystColumn ange LRange LNewClassCodeColumn III(New Class)Column IV(NewClassEquivalentExcludedAlternateRange)Range NColumn ist I, Range C1404InformationTechnologySupervisor II0.00%1401InformationTechnologyAssociate, Range D0.27%1402InformationTechnologySpecialist I, Range B1401InformationTechnologyAssociate, Range D0.40%1402InformationTechnologySpecialist I, Range B0.39%1405InformationTechnology Manager I0.00%1401InformationTechnologyAssociate, Range D0.00%Range M0.01%0.18%

PAY LETTER: 18-04PAGE 11ExistingClassCode77407741Column I(Existing Class)Column enior ProgramSystems Analyst(Specialist)Senior ProgramSystems Analyst(Supervisor)NewClassCode14021404Column III(New Class)Column IV(NewClassEquivalentExcludedAlternateRange)Column VRangeDifferentialInformationTechnologySpecialist I, Range CInformationTechnologySupervisor II4.94%5.01%Work Week Group changes as a result of reallocations.Classification TitleFrom: Staff InformationSystems ist IClassification Code1312Schematic CodeLM86WWG2R01CBID1402LM72ER01Classification TitleFrom: Staff Electronic :TechnologySpecialist IClassification Code1361Schematic CodeLL40WWG2R011402LM72ER01Classification TitleFrom: Staff ProgrammerAnalyst (Specialist)InformationTo:TechnologySpecialist IClassification Code1581Schematic CodeLM16WWG2R011402LM72ER01Classification TitleFrom: Systems SoftwareSpecialist I(Technical)InformationTo:TechnologySpecialist IClassification Code1587Schematic CodeLM60WWG2R011402LM72ER01CBIDCBIDCBID

PAY LETTER: 18-04PAGE 12Classification TitleFrom: InstructionalDesigner(Technology),Commission onPeace OfficerStandards fication Code2947Schematic CodeLC65WWGER01CBID1401LM712R01Classification TitleFrom: Senior ProgramSystems ist IClassification Code7740Schematic CodeLM40WWG2R011402LM72ER01CBIDEffective January 31, 2018, the following Alternate Range Criteria were established:ARC 482 for class Information Technology Technician;ARC 483 for class Information Technology Associate;ARC 484 for class Information Technology Specialist IAlternate Range Criteria 482Information Technology TechnicianWhen using education to meet the Alternate Range Criteria, education must include at least sixsemester units (or nine quarter units) of information technology or closely related course work.Closely related coursework refers to a course of study involving the study of computing, such assoftware engineering, computer engineering, Management Information Systems, GeographicInformation Systems, and computing technology.Alternate RangesRange A. This range shall apply to persons who do not meet the criteria for Range B or Range C.Range B. This range shall apply to persons who meet the Minimum Qualifications for theclassification and who have: Completed one year of satisfactory additional experience performing duties equivalentto or higher than an Information Technology Technician, or Completed an additional 30 semester or 45 quarter units from an accredited college oruniversity.

PAY LETTER: 18-04PAGE 13Range C. This range shall apply to persons who meet the Minimum Qualifications for theclassification and who have: Completed two years of satisfactory additional experience performing duties equivalentto or higher than an Information Technology Technician, or Completed an additional 60 semester or 90 quarter units from an accredited college oruniversity.When the requirements for the criteria are met and upon recommendation of the appointing power,the employee moving from Range A to Range B shall receive a rate under the provisions ofCalifornia Code of Regulations, title 2, section 599.674. The employee moving from Range B toRange C shall receive a rate under the provisions of California Code of Regulations, title 2, section599.676.Alternate Range Criteria 483Information Technology AssociateWhen using education to meet the Alternate Range Criteria, education must include at least 15semester units (or 22.5 quarter units) of information technology or closely related course work.Closely related coursework refers to a course of study involving the study of computing, such assoftware engineering, computer engineering, Management Information Systems, GeographicInformation Systems, and computing technology.Alternate RangesRange A. This range shall apply to persons who do not meet the criteria for Range B, Range C, orRange D.Range B. This range shall apply to persons who meet the Minimum Qualifications for theclassification and who have: Completed one year of satisfactory additional experience performing duties equivalentto or higher than an Information Technology Associate, or Completed an additional 30 semester or 45 quarter units from an accredited college oruniversity.Range C. This range shall apply to persons who meet the Minimum Qualifications for theclassification and who have: Completed three years of satisfactory additional experience performing dutiesequivalent to or higher than an Information Technology Associate, or Received a bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or universityRange D. This range shall apply to persons who meet the Minimum Qualifications for theclassification and who have completed five years of satisfactory additional experienceperforming duties equivalent to or higher than an Information Technology Associate.

PAY LETTER: 18-04PAGE 14When the requirements for the criteria are met and upon recommendation of the appointing power,the employee shall receive a rate under the provisions of California Code of Regulations, title 2,section 599.674 upon movement to Range B or Range C and a rate under the provisions ofCalifornia Code of Regulations, title 2, section 599.676 upon movement to Range D.Alternate Range Criteria 484Information Technology Specialist IAlternate RangesRange A. This range shall apply to persons who do not meet the criteria for Range B or Range C.Range B. This range shall apply to persons who meet the Minimum Qualifications for theclassification and who have also completed two years of satisfactory additionalexperience performing duties equivalent to or higher than an Information TechnologySpecialist I.Range C. This range shall apply to persons who meet the Minimum Qualifications for theclassification and who have also completed four years of satisfactory additionalexperience performing duties equivalent to or higher than an Information TechnologySpecialist I.When the requirements for the criteria are met and upon recommendation of the appointing power,the employee shall receive a rate under the provisions of California Code of Regulations, title 2,section 599.676. Upon movement to Range C, the employee shall receive a rate under theprovisions of California Code of Regulations, title 2, section 599.674.The following Alternate Range Criteria were abolished.ALTERNATE RANGE CRITERIA 134Established 10/9/80Revised 11/6/90; 5/2/01Range A. This range shall apply to incumbents who do not meet the criteria for payment in Range B.Range B. This range shall apply to persons who have either: (1) satisfactorily completed six months ofexperience comparable to that of Programmer I, Range A. (This experience must be beyond that whichis required to satisfy the minimum qualifications for the Programmer I classes.); or (2) experienceperforming programming duties while enrolled as a student at a recognized college may be appliedtoward meeting this requirement based on 1,000 hours being equal to six months. (This experiencemust be beyond that which is required to satisfy the minimum qualifications for the Programmer Iclasses.); or (3) completion of at least 60 semester or 90 quarter units at a recognized college oruniversity with major work in an applied science such as mathematics, engineering, physics, statistics,or computer science.When the requirements for the particular c

A02 transactions for nonpermanent employees, including: TAU Limited Term T&D assignments Retired Annuitants Emergency 3. 120 transactions for employees who may have been placed in a duplicate position number as a result of the mass update. Departments should run a MIRS report to identify affected employees. In order to limit the fallout and manual processing required, departments should not .

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