Job Design and Description Development
The way a job is designed impacts the execution of the role as much as the individual executing it. A job must be designed for success and its relationship with other jobs must be established. The resulting job description follows a job analysis process and clearly states its purpose, its deliverables and what qualifications, skills and competences are required for effective delivery.
Clearly defined reporting relationships and levels of responsibility are also critical. In developing job descriptions, we ensure that what needs to be done, why and how are well established, and this determine what is required by the individual in order to deliver.