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    Create a job description for the position of Human Resources Manager in your organization based on the concepts and ideas that you have learned in the reading for this lesson. Write a memo to the Operating Manager which critically evaluates the job description you wrote to include in a separate section.

    1. What is the rationale behind your organization of the job description?
    2. What are the most important elements to a job description? You do not need to focus on salary when writing this description.

    Please separate your memo into three distinct sections with section headings.

    Note: You may consult O*NET OnLine http://online.onetcenter.org/ as a resource for improving the job description.

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    Job Analysis and Design
    Create a job description for the position of Human Resources Manager in your organization based on the concepts and ideas that you have learned in the reading for this lesson. Write a memo to the Operating Manager which critically evaluates the job description you wrote to include in a separate section.
    1. What is the rationale behind your organization of the job description?
    2. What are the most important elements to a job description?
    You do not need to focus on salary when writing this description.
    Please separate your memo into three distinct sections with section headings.

    Note: You may consult O*NET OnLine http://online.onetcenter.org/ as a resource for improving the job description.

    Job analysis and design are both very essential for many reasons: one is that the candidates can know what kind of work responsibilities and hours they will have to follow. To better match the pool of potential candidates and to have the interviewers ask relevant questions, a well researched job description is imperative in any work place.
    Today's labor laws about job descriptions are very clear, regarding making all jobs public and even indicate that in house and internal staff will be given priority or not.
    Requirements for knowledge, skills and a positive work attitude are all covered in the job description. The benefits and location of the job or office space as well as direct range or
    a general statement about salary commensuration with experience are also disclosed.

    Post Title: Human Resource Manager

    Employee in this job function, as professional human resource managers, direct the
    work of professional staff. The employee, under general or administrative supervision,
    works within general methods, procedures, and exercises considerable independent
    judgment to select proper courses of action. The work requires knowledge of the
    policies, procedures, and regulations of personnel management and ...

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