A job description outlines the overarching objective of a position as well as the primary duties that must be completed. The person specification that goes with it outlines the abilities and experience that are required to do the job well.
The job title refers to the company's status.
The workplace's location.
A summary of the job's overall nature, principal purpose, and goals.
The job's primary responsibilities or day-to-day obligations.
The work environment's setting and culture.
The value of a job specification is that it gives crucial signs for applicants to determine whether or not they have the necessary experience. In contrast, your job description should include details about a specific role in order to attract prospects.
The person specification is a list of the credentials, skills, experience, knowledge, and other characteristics (selection criteria) that a candidate must have in order to execute job obligations. The specification should be based on the job description and serves as the basis for the hiring process.
If the job requires hard lifting or exposure to high temperatures, the job description should state such. Extensive travel and lengthy periods of standing, for example, are both unique requirements. Goals and objectives are important. The job description may also mention future goals that the individual should strive for.
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