Master job specs are developed by the WV HEPC Division of Human Resources and are used to determine the market salary of a position. Master job specs serve as general descriptions of the kind of work performed by positions properly assigned to that classification and does not prescribe the duties of any position. Master job specs are descriptive, not restrictive. The fact that not all tasks performed by the incumbent of a position appear in the master class specification to which the position is assigned, does not mean the position is or should be excluded from the class.
Your current job at Marshall University has been assigned to a master job spec. To view, click on the letter above in the alpha search box that corresponds with your existing classification title.