Under the Job Classification Plan, benchmarks are the sole criteria for the classification of jobs in the Community subsector. Each benchmark contains a scope and level definition and a list of typical functions and responsibilities by which jobs or positions are distinguished and classified.
A benchmark is not a job description.
These documents will provide your benchmark rate code and/or grid code. To find your wage rates, look at your Collective Agreement and your Wage Schedule, both found on this page.
The benchmarks are divided into 7 job families.