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Job Description and Recruiting Strategies Worksheet
Conduct an interview with someone who has a career or position that is different from your own. Identify the duties associated with his or her position, as well as any skills and abilities necessary for the position. Use the information gathered in the interview, as well as the Week 3 readings, to complete the following worksheet. Answer each question in paragraph format.
1. What are the duties and job responsibilities associated with the position held by the individual you interviewed?
The duties of the the person I interviewed were to maintain ownership of files and to make sure they are current.
2. What are the types of knowledge, skills, and abilities that are needed to successfully accomplish the job responsibilities? In order for this person to be successful in this position; they have to type 45 words per min, they have to have knowledge of outlook and excel and be able to maintain an positive attitude.
3. What additional factors do you think should be included in the job description, such as physical tasks, mental acuity, etc.? They job is fast past and they have be able to take imitative. This has to be done with little to no supervision.
4. What are the essential functions of the position? The essential functions are to be able to work Microsoft products. You will also have to know how to use the 10 key entry and identify problems and solve them.
Compose a 350- to 500-word job description based on the data acquired in your interview. Make sure that the essential functions of the position are identified in the description. The claims specialist will have to answer the phone and speak with adjuster's, other TPC's, doctors and customer's. They must be able to use the knowledge from training to successfully perform their daily task. The claims specialist will identify...