Formulating Effective Job Descriptions - Main Users / Purpose
|Government organisations, project managers, human resource managers, public sector officers.|
Job descriptions are required for recruitment so that recruiter and the applicant can understand their roles. It defines a person’s role and accountability. Without a job description it is not possible for a person to properly commit to, or be held accountable for actions and results. Job descriptions improve an organization’s ability to manage people and their roles. It also provides people with the opportunity to describe their general expectations of an employee. It gives weight to the employer’s judgement as to what functions of a job are essential, especially if stated in a written description prepared for recruitment or selection.
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