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free-job-descriptions.com provides a free database of real job descriptions for use in writing jd`s, recruitment and job search.
If you ask yourself the question what is a job description you need to have a look at have a look at the hundreds of real and free job descriptions within this site. You will soon answer your question!
Look at the hundreds of free examples such as those on this page on the red buttons. `Help Desk` is one of the most sought after jd`s at the moment
What is a job description?
This website lists job descriptions with the 3 key characteristics:
1] Job summary
2] Main Responsibilities
3] Skills, Knowledge, Abilities required to do the job
Some companies will also list the `competencies`required of the job holder. These are also Skills, Knowledge and Abilities and they will vary from company to company and job to job.
If you need to know what is a job description for an engineering job see these examples below:
Don`t forget that these are real jd`s and by looking at a cross section you should be able to anser your question
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.
We have examples of some of the most sought after jd`s and the section entitled Management jd`s is a classic example of this with over one hundred on the database.
Also, check out some of the Executive jd`s whch we have below left , this is just a small sample:
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.