Affirmative action program university of Massachusetts Amherst Amherst, Massachusetts



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Duplicating/Mail

24

10

41.7

2

8.3

41.7

8.3







No

No




Library

60

44

73.3

5

8.3

86.1

10.9

12.8

2.6

No

Yes




Sales

29

5

17.3

5

17.3

19.6

19.5

2.3

2.2

No

No











































Note: Underutilization occurs when the workforce composition is less than 80% of the availability estimate and there is a one-person or greater shortfall in the respective job group. Data not reported for units with fewer than three employees.










* The position of Chancellor is not included in the utilization analysis as the hiring decision for this position is made external to the campus.




Table 5 (continued)











































Non-Faculty Utilization Report, by University Job Group




3/31/10











































Current Workforce

Availability

Shortfall

Underutilized







Total

Female

Minority

Fem

Min

Fem

Min

Fem

Min







#

# %

# %

%

%

%

%










EEO-6 Category 5: Technical/Paraprofessional



































































Science & Other Technicians

155

61

39.4

10

6.5

48.7

11.3

9.3

4.8

No

Yes




Comp., Eng., & Related Tech.

15

6

40.0

1

6.7

62.3

7.4

22.3

0.7

Yes

No




Fire & Safety Officers

13

1

7.7

0

0.0

19.9

6.6

12.2

6.6

Yes

No




Business & Related

47

40

85.1

2

4.3

73.8

9.6




5.3

No

Yes




Health Services

44

38

86.4

13

29.6

84.1

26.3







No

No




Protective Services

60

8

13.3

6

10.0

7.4

7.4







No

No











































EEO-6 Category 6: Skilled Crafts






































































Mech. & Repairers, Non-Suprv.

26

4

15.4

4

15.4

25.7

21.1

10.3

5.7

Yes

Yes




Skilled Crafts, Suprv.

93

3

3.2

1

1.1

11.4

7.7

8.2

6.6

Yes

Yes




Construction Trades, Non-Suprv.

87

6

6.9

6

6.9

13.5

10.9

6.6

4.0

Yes

Yes




Plant & System Operation

20

0

0.0

2

10.0

9.2

7.4

9.2




Yes

No











































EEO-6 Category 7: Service/Maintenance






































































Food Prep. & Serv., Non-Suprv.

170

105

61.8

82

48.2

61.0

42.4







No

No




Cleaning/Bldg. Serv., Non-Suprv.

397

125

31.5

121

30.5

37.3

31.4

5.8

0.9

No

No




Motor Vehicle Operators

16

0

0.0

1

6.3

5.7

9.8

5.7

3.5

No

No




Farming & Forestry

8

0

0.0

1

12.5

11.5

5.3

11.5




No

No




Guards, Institutional

12

1

8.3

2

16.7

22.0

22.1

13.7

5.4

Yes

No




Food Prep. & Serv., Suprv.

49

20

40.8

12

24.5

46.6

29.2

5.8

4.7

No

No




Cleaning/Bldg. Serv., Suprv.

57

20

35.1

8

14.0

33.5

20.7




6.7

No

Yes




Departmental Assistant

17

12

70.6

1

5.9

79.3

10.9

8.7

5.0

No

No











































Note: Underutilization occurs when the workforce composition is less than 80% of the availability estimate and there is a one-person or greater shortfall in the respective job group. Data not reported for units with fewer than three employees.




Secretaries/Clerks/Typists (shortfall=3.4%); and Library (shortfall=2.6%). Minorities were underutilized in two job groups within the Technical/Paraprofessional category: Science & Other Technicians (shortfall=4.8%); and Business & Related (shortfall=5.3%). Minorities were underutilized in three of four job groups within Skilled Crafts as follows: Mechanics & Repairers, Non-Supervisory (shortfall=5.7%); Construction Trades, Non-Supervisory (shortfall=4.0%); and Skilled Crafts, Supervisory (shortfall=6.6%). Minorities were underutilized in one out of eight job groups in the Service/Maintenance area. This occurred within the Cleaning/Building Services, Supervisory job group (minority shortfall=6.7%).

Overall, the workforce was found to meet utilization standards for women in 27 out of 37 (73.0%) non-faculty job groups. Women were utilized in one out of four Executive, Administrative & Managerial (EAM) job groups. Women comprised 47.4% of the EAM C job group (includes associate and assistant deans and other executive level administrators). Women were underutilized in three EAM job groups as follows: EAM A, which includes the Provost and vice chancellors (shortfall=26.8%); EAM B, which includes deans and major division heads (shortfall=9.1%) and EAM D, which includes major department heads (shortfall=10.3%). Women were utilized in the entire Professional/Non-Faculty area and the entire Secretarial/Clerical area. In the Technical/Paraprofessional area, women were underutilized in two job groups: Computer, Engineering & Related Technicians (shortfall=22.3%); and Fire & Safety Officers, where the shortfall for women was 12.2%. Women were underutilized in four Skilled Crafts job groups as follows: Mechanics & Repairers, Non-Supervisory (shortfall=10.3%); Skilled Crafts, Supervisory (shortfall=8.2%); Construction Trades, Non-Supervisory (shortfall=6.6%) and Plant & System Operation (shortfall=9.2%). Women were underutilized in one Service/Maintenance job group: Institutional Guards (shortfall=13.7%)



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