The manager had such a detailed description that she had to put the text in 9-point in order to get it to fit on one page.
Show the job description to a candidate in an interview to give them a clear picture of what you are looking for.
On a new hire’s first day, review the job description with them and have them sign it to confirm they understand it.
I one time had a manager send me a job description for a data entry position.
The job was mostly taking orders by phone and fax and entering them in to the order system.
title, schedule, pay range, department and supervisor).
Then have a quick summary of the job in one or two sentences.Then list the minimum qualifications and essential functions of the job.These are the skills someone must have to perform the job.Delete tasks that are no longer relevant and add in new duties.One of my early jobs out of college was as an administrative assistant at a small business.The position was new, so the initial job description was very basic.