Career paths are informational tools useful for both job seekers and employees in considering how to progress in their career, either by moving into a lateral position or into a position of more responsibility.
Career paths provide information on education and experience requirements of classifications utilized throughout the City, which can be used by employees and supervisors to define career development opportunities. Career paths can also be utilitzed to develop succession plans for key positions within a department or agency.
The Career Paths are organized by job families within an occupational group and by specific department and agency structures. A job family is a group of jobs involving work of the same nature but requiring different skill and responsibility levels. There are three components to career paths: Career Progression Charts, Work Group Examples, and Classification Summaries.
View the introduction to Career Paths for more information.
Career Paths by Category
Management & Administrator General Career Path
The information contained on the Career Path website is provided by the Office of Human Resources (OHR) Classification and Compensation Team and is intended for general informational purposes only. Each Career Path on this website is intended to represent the way that an employee in a particular classification would normally progress in their career with the City. However, these Career Paths are not guarantees that an employee will progress nor do they represent the only way available for an employee to progress. The OHR Classification and Compensation Team will update this information on an ongoing basis, but for more specific career planning information, please contact OHR’s Career Counselor.