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Job Classification Audits

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The New Mexico Judicial Branch AOC Human Resources Division facilitates the job classification audit review process.

Job classification audits provide a formal systematic review of each individual job classification identifying the relative worth of the job within the New Mexico Judicial Branch.

The Job Measurement tool used by the New Mexico Judicial Branch is the Hay Guide-Chart Profile Method of Job Evaluation™ system. Evaluations are based on the degree to which jobs reflect know-how, problem solving, and accountability factors. Based on the results of these audits or evaluations, jobs are assigned to the appropriate New Mexico Judicial Branch pay range. The New Mexico Judicial Branch job classifications are audited and evaluated every five years approximately.

For specific questions regarding Job Classification Audits contact AOC HRD.

Full listing of the New Mexico Judicial Branch Job Descriptions

Job Classification and Pay Schedule

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