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It is impossible to get away from the fact that job descriptions are part of working life and that they always will be. Whether they are used to simply describe a job or whether they are produced when litigation is imminent, having a job description is essential. For an employer they can be time consuming matter, particularly when the employer is not familiar with the job [cont right]
This website attempts to save the employee or job seeker time with our extensive database of real job descriptions. Check out this selection of IT jd`s, there are hundreds more if you look under the menu tab[top left].
You may need to write a management jd. To do so it may help to check out our manager job descriptions also situated in our menu. Below is a small selection
Another way of looking through our extensive database is by browsing under our A-Z of job descriptions.
To do this check out the table below the menu, alternatively just do a searchin the top left corner of this page
There are literally many reasons for needing to check out job descriptions for different jobs.
You may be an employer who needs to write a jd quickly and doesn`t know where to start. From experience it is useful to have something which acts as a starting point. In many cases on this site you will find several descriptions for a particular job and you can then compare them and perhaps use a little of each one to compile the jd.
A good example for this is the position of receptionist, the most searched for jd on the internet. There are at least 10 reception jd`s on this site.
Perhaps you work for a job agency who needs to better understand a job for which you may be taking a brief. let`s face it, however experienced you are there is always a new job title/position which is a bit unfamiliar and needs checking.
Other categories of people who use this site are job seekers and students, both of whom who wish to understand more about what a job entails.
Sometimes it is very difficult to get a feel for exactly what tasks are required to be undertaken in a job. This is a good place to start and the volume of job descriptions in different types of roles can assist with career choice.
There are headings for each job description:
1] Job Summary
Provides a short paragraph about what the job entails
2] Main Responsibilities
The main duties and tasks required to be undertaken. Sometimes this section is known as "job duties"
3] Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
What sorts of knowledge and experience and qualifications are required of a member of staff to undertake this sort of role?