Technology Profile: Office
Team member who must be physically present in order to complete the functions of the job and do require a workstation on a full-time basis.
Examples: Customer Service Support, Driver’s License Technicians
Work on-site/no workstation
Such positions require the team member to be physically present during work hours but the duties are such that a workstation is not required. Kiosks, training labs or shared workstations are commonly used when access to a computer is needed by these team members who are primarily mobile yet physically report to work.
Examples: Direct Care Professionals, Maintenance Workers, Correctional Officers
Technology Profile: Remote
FULL-time remote team member
Remote work is entirely performed away from the office. Since the team member doesn’t have to come into the office at all, team members can live and work anywhere. The situation may still require attendance at in-person meetings which can impact ability to live anywhere.
Examples: Many IT positions, Recruiters, Attorneys
remote work & travel/outreach
Refers to positions which are required to travel within a region/area a portion of the time but do not require a workstation when not in travel status as the team members are able to work from home. Travel/outreach may vary and fluctuate throughout the workweek or year.
Examples: Auditors, Forensic Examiners, Investigators
travel/outreach (highly mobile)
Positions in this category do not report to an office and do not work from home – team members work within the “field” full-time and can work from the road using laptops and other technology.
Examples: Ag – Inspectors, Highway Patrol, MODOT – road crew, Computer Technician
Technology Profile: Hybrid
Telecommuting refers to a job that is performed remotely only part of the time. It can be a full-time position, however since telecommuting usually means team members come into the office semi-regularly, the team members in this arrangement usually live locally. Telecommuting can be implemented with nearly any position that doesn’t require the team member to be in-office all the time, but managers still prefer a person who lives locally and can quickly get to the office if necessary.
Examples: Human Resources, Accounting, Project Managers
office & travel/outreach
Refers to positions which are required to travel within a region/area a portion of the time but also need a workstation when not in travel status. Travel/outreach may vary and fluctuate throughout the workweek or year.
Example: Case Managers, Quality Assurance Auditors