Evaluation Process

Performance Standards

Enrollee performance is evaluated against performance standards of the position description with emphasis placed on the quality and quantity of the SEE enrollee’s tasks and responsibilities. The following are criteria for acceptable performance:

  1. Complete assignments on time.

  2. Display a thorough knowledge of purpose, goals, and objectives of the position and is guided by them in the conducting of his/her assignments.

  3. Demonstrates initiative.

  4. Maintain a good attendance and punctuality record.

  5. Effectively plan and organize work.

  6. Display a good understanding of the relationships within the workplace and with outside organizations.

  7. Set goals and strive to attain them.

  8. Continually work to develop greater proficiency in the position.

  9. Accept and carry out responsibilities.

  10. Accept supervision and direction of NCBA Program Director and EPA Monitor, and strive to complete tasks well, with a minimum of supervision.

  11. Adapt to changes in the assignment schedule or environment.

  12. Help to motivate others.

  13. Communicate effectively and tactfully with other members of the staff, fellow SEE enrollees, cooperating organizations, and the public.

  14. Display resourcefulness.

  15. Demonstrate a positive attitude with other members of staff and with EPA Monitor.

  16. Adhere to NCBA/SEE Program policies and procedures as required.

The above criteria are also to be included in the formal enrollee orientation process provided by the NCBA/SEE Program Office and the EPA Monitor.

The Orientation will cover aspects of the position (based on the major critical elements listed in the approval Position Description) along with the purpose and objective of the NCBA/SEE Program.

Pay Raises

The new Policy Revision for SEE Program Enrollee Pay raise effective June 15, 1993, is:

A new SEE Enrollee must start in the SEE Program at the introductory pay scale for the Level of the Position Description under which he/she was enrolled.

Once a person is enrolled as a new enrollee under a particular Level category, he/she will progress through the pay range of that Level in fifty-cent per hour increases. Each fifty-cent per hour pay raise will take effect on the anniversary date of her/her being enrolled until he/she reaches the ceiling of that particular pay Level. No EPA evaluation or written request will be necessary in order for the pay raise to take effect.

For those enrollees, currently in the system, their next fifty-cent per hour increase will occur on the anniversary date of their last pay increase and not on the anniversary date of when they started their assignment in the SEE Program. Also, annual increases will continue to occur until the Enrollee reaches the maximum pay rate for his/her particular Level.

When a change in an enrollee’s assignment entails a change from one Level to another Level, the effective date of the change will become the anniversary date for future pay raises.

When an enrollee, with a wage higher than the entry Level of the new assignment Level, is reclassified to a higher Level, the enrollee will automatically receive a fifty-cent increase. The effective date of this reclassification will become the new anniversary date for future pay raises.

When an enrollee, with a wage lower than the entry Level of the new assignment Level, is reclassified to higher Level, the enrollee wage will adjusted to the entry Level of the higher Level or to reflect a fifty-cent increase whichever is higher. The effective date of this reclassification will become the new anniversary date for future pay raises.

All pay raises will be based on the availability of funds. Pay raises not affected because of the unavailability of funds will be effective on the date additional funds are committed. This effective date will then serve as the basis for the anniversary date for the next fifty-cent pay raise.