# Job Certification and Evaluation Impact

Below are two examples of an Annual Performance Evaluation. Example 1 shows what an evaluation would look like if you DO NOT become certified in your current position and Example 2 shows what your evaluation would look like if you DO become certified in your current position.

According to Example 1, if you did not complete the training your overall score would be 2.55. This score, multiplied by the Merit Recommendation Percentage (3% pool divided by 2.3988 Group Average) would equate the average merit recommendation to 3.19%.

However, if you did complete the training such as Example 2 shows, the overall score would be 2.73. This score, multiplied by the Merit Recommendation Percentage (3% pool divided by 2.3988 Group Average) would equate the average merit recommendation to 3.35%

## Example by Salary

If your annual salary is 32,000 multiply this by 3.19% and you would get \$1,021 (if you did not complete the training). If your annual salary is 32,000 multiply this by 3.35% and you would get \$1,072 (if you did complete the training).

• If you DID NOT complete the training, according to our example, your overall score would be a 2.55. Take that score, multiplied by the Pool Average (2.3988) and you get 3.19%
• If you DID complete the training, according to our example, your overall score would be a 2.73. This new score, multiplied by the Pool Average (2.3988), would make a new percentage of 3.35%.

If your annual salary is 43,000 multiply this by 3.19% and you would get \$1,371 (if you did not complete the training). If your annual salary is 43,000 multiply this by 3.35% and you would get \$1,441 (if you did complete the training)

## Example 1 - without Certification

Notice: You would receive a score of 1 in the "Certified for the Position" slot and notice the Overall Average is 2.55

Key Responsibilities Score
Extent to which employee can be relied upon to carry out QUALITY work with normal and extraordinary work assignments. 3
Extent to which employee can be relied upon to carry out an acceptable QUANTITY of normal and extraordinary work assignments. 3
Maintains a reliable and punctual work schedule. 3
Follows established safety procedures, reports unsafe conditions and/or practices, and promotes a safe work environment. 2
Perform duties such us maintaining, keeping track of organization, inventory, and cleanliness of equipment, and materials. Performs assigned PM on Power Plant equipment and facilities. 3
Extent to which employee works as a Team player within the E&U Department as well as other departments to follow the University Mission. 2
Willingly and effectively collaborates with Power Plant Mechanic III personnel with equipment maintenance, and assignments. 3
Cooperates and communicates effectively and efficiently with supervisors, operators, other maintenance personnel, visitors and clients. 2
Reads and adheres to specific written manuals, instructions, and procedures, and all applicable codes related to Power Plant equipment. 3
Acquires sufficient knowledge to troubleshoot and understand all Power Plant equipment system problems. Attains and maintains specific job related qualification and/or certifications. 3
Certified for the position 1
Overall Average 2.55

## Example 2 - with Certification

Notice: You would receive a score of 3 in the "Certified for the Position" slot and now the Overall Average is 2.73

Key Responsibilities Score
Extent to which employee can be relied upon to carry out QUALITY work with normal and extraordinary work assignments. 3
Extent to which employee can be relied upon to carry out an acceptable QUANTITY of normal and extraordinary work assignments. 3
Maintains a reliable and punctual work schedule. 3
Follows established safety procedures, reports unsafe conditions and/or practices, and promotes a safe work environment. 2
Perform duties such us maintaining, keeping track of organization, inventory, and cleanliness of equipment, and materials. Performs assigned PM on Power Plant equipment and facilities. 3
Extent to which employee works as a Team player within the E&U Department as well as other departments to follow the University Mission. 2
Willingly and effectively collaborates with Power Plant Mechanic III personnel with equipment maintenance, and assignments. 3
Cooperates and communicates effectively and efficiently with supervisors, operators, other maintenance personnel, visitors and clients. 2
Reads and adheres to specific written manuals, instructions, and procedures, and all applicable codes related to Power Plant equipment. 3
Acquires sufficient knowledge to troubleshoot and understand all Power Plant equipment system problems. Attains and maintains specific job related qualification and/or certifications. 3
Certified for the position 3
Overall Average 2.73