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Job Evaluation Database (JED) System

Job Evaluation Database (JED)

System overview

This web based product provides the following: 1. A tool for departments to submit job description outlines (JDOs) electronically as either word processed or PDF documents. 2. A store of copies of JDOs, organisation charts and appeals. 3. An online workflow to allocate jobs to evaluation panels, so they can be scored. 4. The system sends automatic notifications of agreed outcomes.

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Basic Details

Organisational overview
  • Developed in-house by UCL
Registration requirements
- Restricted to Departmental Administrators, Heads of Department / Division or Directors, delegated Departmental Contacts, Role Analysts and relevant HR staff.
System requirements
- HTML-based website
- JED should be accessed using Internet Explorer (IE6 or higher) in a Windows environment.

Job Evaluation Database (JED) FAQ

HERA Guidance to Role Holders

To enable role holders prepare for

a meeting with a Role Analyst

HERA Guidance to Verifiers

To explain HERA and what is

expected of those verifying

evidence of role requirements

HERA Scoring Scheme

An explanation of how the

total points score is calculated

UCL Grading Structure relative to HERA points

Breakdown of how HERA scores convert to UCL Grades.

UCL salary scales and grading

Current UCL Salary Scales.

Further Information

Support Info

Documentation

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