Job Class Descriptions

Simplified 2020 pay grades and salary ranges are effective July 1, 2020. For more information on state job classifications and grades, see our FAQs

Admin & Office Services 

Jobs whose primary duties generally involve providing administrative, operations, office, and/or customer support.

Analyst

Jobs which require specialized knowledge of a field, process, or activity and whose primary duties generally involve analysis of data for operations, reporting, and/or formulating recommendations.

Compliance, Inspection & Investigative Services

Jobs whose primary duties generally involve evaluation of information related to compliance, inspection, and/or investigation work, other than Protective Services. 

Education Services 

Jobs whose primary duties generally involve providing instruction and/or managing one or more educational functions. 

Engineering & Planning Services

Jobs whose primary duties generally involve engineering and/or planning activities.  

Facility Services

Jobs whose primary duties generally involve the maintenance of buildings, facilities, and/or grounds. Individuals assigned to this family may also supervise the persons performing these duties. This family also includes individuals who may manage a facility or a portion of a facility. 

Fiscal Services

Jobs whose primary duties generally involve fiscal, financial management, accounting, and/or budgetary activities.  

Human Services

Jobs whose primary duties generally involve assistance, support, and/or management activities that are intended to improve the quality of life of defined service populations.

Information Services

Jobs whose primary duties generally involve information technology systems and services, including design, development, and operations. 

Manager/Director/Chief

Jobs that are responsible for administering all or part of an organizational or programmatic unit, including management of staff. 

Medical Services

Jobs whose primary duties generally involve providing health care and/or managing health care program(s). 

Natural Resources & Environmental Services

Jobs whose primary duties generally involve natural resources, environmental, and/or wildlife emphasis. 

Professional Services

Jobs whose primary purpose is to perform activities that are generally associated with an occupation requiring substantial training within a defined body of knowledge.

Program Manager

Jobs whose primary duties generally involve program administration.  Individuals in this family are responsible for the making sure a program meets the strategic and customer-facing goals of the Agency. 

Protective Services

Jobs whose primary duties generally involve law enforcement, criminal investigation, emergency services, forensics, and/or corrections/rehabilitation.

Trade Services

Jobs whose primary duties generally involve specialized manual skills, other than Facility Services.


The information below is included for historical purposes only and is no longer applicable effective July 1, 2020.

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All search fields are optional. For complete listing of all current ND state classes, see list below.

For a printable listing, please select the Job Class Index in Alpha Order

Code EEO Title Grade Minimum Market Policy Point Maximum Job Description
3226 22 HUMAN SERVICES MEDICAL LABORATORY DIRECTOR L 4366 5822 7278 3226.pdf
3231 22 CHEMIST I J 3657 4877 6096 3231-3233.pdf
3232 22 CHEMIST II K 3976 5302 6627 3231-3233.pdf
3233 22 CHEMIST III M 4806 6409 8011 3231-3233.pdf
3235 22 FORENSIC SCIENTIST I J 3657 4877 6096 3235-3237.pdf
3236 22 FORENSIC SCIENTIST II K 3976 5302 6627 3235-3237.pdf
3237 22 FORENSIC SCIENTIST III M 4806 6409 8011 3235-3237.pdf
3238 21 ADMINISTRATOR, FORENSIC EXAMINERS OFFICE N 5299 7065 8831 3238.pdf
3239 26 EVIDENCE TECHNICIAN G 2712 3616 4520 3239.pdf
3240 26 AUTOPSY TECHNICIAN H 2986 3981 4976 3240.pdf
3241 22 MICROBIOLOGIST I J 3657 4877 6096 3241-3243.pdf
3242 22 MICROBIOLOGIST II K 3976 5302 6627 3241-3243.pdf
3243 22 MICROBIOLOGIST III M 4806 6409 8011 3241-3243.pdf
3244 21 SENIOR MICROBIOLOGIST N 5299 7065 8831 3244.pdf
3250 22 STATE TOXICOLOGIST P 6217 8289 10362 3250.pdf
3258 22 SENIOR CHEMIST I N 5299 7065 8831 3258-3259.pdf
3259 22 SENIOR CHEMIST II P 6217 8289 10362 3258-3259.pdf
3261 22 PHARMACIST I Q 6635 8847 11058 3261-3262.pdf
3262 22 PHARMACIST II S 7657 10209 12762 3261-3262.pdf
3263 22 REGISTERED PHARMACY TECHNICIAN G 2712 3616 4520 3263.pdf
3276 23 CHIEF RADIOLOGICAL TECHNICIAN I 3296 4394 5493 3276.pdf
3320 23 DENTAL ASSISTANT H 2986 3981 4976 3320.pdf
3401 22 ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH PRACTITIONER I J 3657 4877 6096 3401-3403.pdf
3402 22 ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH PRACTITIONER II K 3976 5302 6627 3401-3403.pdf
3403 22 ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH PRACTITIONER III L 4366 5822 7278 3401-3403.pdf
3411 22 EPIDEMIOLOGIST I J 3657 4877 6096 3411-3413.pdf
3412 22 EPIDEMIOLOGIST II K 3976 5302 6627 3411-3413.pdf
3413 22 EPIDEMIOLOGIST III L 4366 5822 7278 3411-3413.pdf
3414 21 SENIOR EPIDEMIOLOGIST N 5299 7065 8831 3414.pdf
3415 21 STATE EPIDEMIOLOGIST P 6217 8289 10362 3415.pdf