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(Industrial Relations & HR Terms) a detailed written account, agreed between management and worker, of all the duties and responsibilities which together make up a particular job
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Noun1.job description - description of the responsibilities associated with a given job
description, verbal description - a statement that represents something in words
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job description

nmansionario, descrizione f delle mansioni (relative ad un lavoro)
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Sometimes, employers don't keep job descriptions current or they're not representative of the nature of the job," says Rebecca Hastings, information center manager for the Society of Human Resource Management.
And the job announcements in this issue are both for job seekers and for those who are putting together their own job descriptions.
Every so often we do get to note teachers who go beyond their job descriptions, such as the 13 educators who made the list as finalists for Teacher of the Year by the Los Angeles County Office of Education.
However, administrative assistants can also do their part by seeking out opportunities to excel beyond the boundaries of their job descriptions.
NEW YORK -- In a decision that is raising questions about religious discrimination and may draw a lawsuit, the Salvation Army of Greater New York is requiring job descriptions to clearly state that the army's mission includes spreading the Christian Gospel.
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Some organizations either have no job descriptions for the compliance officer and committee, or the job descriptions are ambiguous and inaccurate.
about what a security officer's job descriptions are.
Many eager applicants, for example, can't decipher federal job descriptions, which often seem written in a code intelligible only to government employees and, consequently, their friends.
Council leader Sir Albert Bore welcomed the move to introduce formal job descriptions.
While there is no substitute for staff who bring maturity, sensitivity, and appropriate values to the job, using the features of positive youth development as a framework for interviews, job descriptions, observations, and job performance feedback conferences is a step in taking the outcomes expected for campers and placing the outcomes at the forefront of the staffing process.
The first step was to complete job descriptions and standardized operating procedures (SOP), including a job safety analysis for each piece of equipment.