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Chrm Message From: barkhadoshi Total Posts: 46 Join Date: 17/08/2006
Rank: Executive Post Date: 21/03/2012 22:45:53 Points: 230 Location: United States
Dear Friends,

How to prepare Job description ? What are the Job description format?
 
Regards,
Barkha

 
Chrm Message From: jigar Total Posts: 61 Join Date: 17/08/2006  
Rank: Manager Post Date: 21/03/2012 22:46:52 Points: 305 Location: United States
Hi Barkha,
 
The job description for any position or role can be prepared with inputs from the following:
 
1. Activity Profile of the job i.e. what all activities are required to do. this will give the KRAs and then responbilites for that job.
 
2. Job Specification: what all experience/ education level etc required for that job.
 
3. Reporting ( up & down)
 
I am attaching a format herewith. it may be of help to  you...
 
For any clarification.. please feel free to ask.

Jigar

Chrm Message From: Mona Rafik Total Posts: 3 Join Date: 17/08/2006  
Rank: Beginner Post Date: 22/03/2012 10:04:27 Points: 15 Location: United States

You can conduct Job analysis for the positon attached is job analysis form and alos you will find role profile for finance manager and you may add organizaiton chart shows the job title and reporting to whom inside the organization.


The attachment file can be viewed at Business Form >> Finance Manager.doc
Chrm Message From: Mona Rafik Total Posts: 3 Join Date: 17/08/2006  
Rank: Beginner Post Date: 22/03/2012 10:04:27 Points: 15 Location: United States

You can conduct Job analysis for the positon attached is job analysis form and alos you will find role profile for finance manager and you may add organizaiton chart shows the job title and reporting to whom inside the organization.


The attachment file can be viewed at Business Form >> Finance Manager.doc
Chrm Message From: paladin Total Posts: 31 Join Date: 17/08/2006  
Rank: Executive Post Date: 22/03/2012 22:06:46 Points: 155 Location: United States

In addition to those attributes mentioned by Jigar, I would also suggest:

1. Required education.

2. Required experience and training.

3. Required Skill (mental and manual).

4. Responsibility for Equipment, Material, and Tools. (Production personnel).

5. Responsibility for quality, and efficiency .

6. Personnel supervised.

7. Safety - of employee and co-workers, especially those supervised.

8. Surroundings (Office/Plant/Outdoors/other)

9. Hazards (material, chemical, environmental, general, other).

Job descriptions are the first steps in establishing a job classification/ wage system.  A common job (fork lift driver in production; a data entry clerk in the office, as examples) in each area should be designated the "benchmark" position and attiributes rated on a scale of 1-10.  The total then becomes the "basis" for other positions in the department. 

Eventually, all departments will have job descriptions and those job descriptions will have a relationship to the wages. 

 

Hope this helps.  Any questions, feel free to contact me at paladinhrc@yahoo.com

 

PALADIN

 


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