Here you can learn about how the new job framework is constructed, the related terminology, and how jobs are organized to help reveal career opportunities at Indiana University. Start with a self-guided tutorial on the basics of the framework, then walk through an example of how it can be used to see potential career options. Then dive deeper into the framework to see how it’s built, and see some examples of how staff at IU can use the framework to meet their unique career goals. If you prefer a more guided approach, check out the recorded listening sessions. If you still have questions, let us know.
Once you understand how the framework is constructed, launch the IU Career Navigator to begin exploring the framework, comparing roles, and uncovering career opportunities.
Introduction to the Job Framework
This self-guided tutorial shows how the job framework clearly organizes jobs and introduces the related terminology. Time required: About 10 minutes.
Example: Using the Framework
This self-guided tutorial shows how the framework can be used to uncover multiple career opportunities to meet career objectives. Time required: About 10 minutes.
Job Functions & Families
Explore how organizing jobs by grouping similar roles helps reveal career opportunities.
Career Structures & Levels
Click through this interactive page to learn how the framework defines types of roles to give a clearer picture of how to advance your career.
Explore and Plan a Career at IU
Now that you understand how the job framework is constructed to reveal all the roles at IU, how they’re related, and the skills required for each role, you can explore the framework to uncover potential career opportunities. Launch the IU Career Navigator to begin exploring the framework or view a step-by-step guide on how to use it. Visit the career planning at IU website for tools, resources, and guidance in planning your unique career path.