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I recently received my warrant making me the sole warranted 1102 in the office, aside from my supervisor. I was thrilled to be able to start signing off on my own work. However, now more work is being dumped on me since I have a warrant. For example, now when my supervisor is out of the office she wants me to review/sign documents for other team members.

I am the same grade as all the other 1102?s in my office so I feel like I should be offered a higher grade and/or a team leader title if management wants me to review and sign off on the rest of the team?s work.

What is your opinion on this? Should I approach my supervisor about a higher grade/title or does this just come with being a warranted 1102?

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I recently received my warrant making me the sole warranted 1102 in the office, aside from my supervisor. I was thrilled to be able to start signing off on my own work. However, now more work is being dumped on me since I have a warrant. For example, now when my supervisor is out of the office she wants me to review/sign documents for other team members.

I am the same grade as all the other 1102?s in my office so I feel like I should be offered a higher grade and/or a team leader title if management wants me to review and sign off on the rest of the team?s work.

What is your opinion on this? Should I approach my supervisor about a higher grade/title or does this just come with being a warranted 1102?

Eleven, What does your job description say your duties are? If your job description includes being a KO, then you are performing your assigned duties. Maybe everyone else is working below their pay grade as described in their job description.

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Welcome to the wonderful world called Contracting. Its unfortunate but PWAC may have nailed it --- other duties as assigned! To the best of my knowledge, being a CO does not necessarily convey to team lead duties/responsibilities --- and definitely not to a supervisory role (at least not without DPC intervention). Ive experienced ktg units where out of 10 people total, 5 were warranted (but were neither team leads nor supervisors). Have also experienced the opposite... one warranted individual for a unit of 7-10 staff, with the Chief holding the only warrant (and was the only Supervisor).

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My personal opinion: Display that warrant with pride! Let all the other 1102?s see it when they walk by; force them to raise their level to the standard you set! Pay increases and titles will come later when positions open, you?re promoted, and they?re not. When I received my warrant years ago, the increased responsibility, personal pride knowing that my skills were noticed, and respect of my peers was pay enough.

Just my two cents worth . . .

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