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Job Management Tips - How You Should Compile a Job Description and Duties List


For most people who find themselves in a supervisory position will discover that one of their own duties is to compile lists of duties for the different jobs that are within their own company. Sometimes though this can be a difficult job especially if they have never performed the particular job themselves. These lists need to be maintained for new employees, employees that move onto different position as well as for those job seekers that are looking for employment.

To be able to write a concise job duties list you are going to have to do some research on the job's responsibilities and the specific requirements for the job. Your description should be written to where it is easily understood for anyone who might be reading it.

It is important that you include all the skills needed, any types of degrees that might be required or any special technical knowledge or licenses that might be needed in order to qualify for the job position. If you comprise an incomplete description this is going to draw the attention of a lot of candidates that are not qualified for the job.

When you start to compile the job duties you should begin with taking concise notes. You can do this by talking to other employees that are doing the job or have done the job. You can also talk it over with other managers as well. Make sure to take good notes on everything they have to offer about the job and it's responsibilities as well as any expectations there might be. This will give you a sound basis to start your own job description.

Once you have finished doing this you will need to start writing a brief overall job description that will need to include the job title, the department the job is in, the structure of command, the major duties of the job. This helps any potential candidates or those employees who are interested understand the requirements of the job.

After this you should go a head and do an outline of all of the duties that make up the particular job. You should make sure to prioritize the duties in the order of their importance and the time that it takes to get each duty completed. You need to be very specific and honest with this.

You will then need to make sure that you add any educational requirements as well as certifications or other qualifications that are a must for the position. This will quickly help eliminate all of those people who simply are not qualified for the job.

The final thing that needs to be done is to make sure and include all important benefits and important perks that the job has to offer the applicant. Adding a short summary of what your company is all about will also help the person interested to decide if they are a good fit for the position.



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