Hrm 531: Rewriting a Job Description

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Rewriting a Job Description
University of Phoenix
Human capital Management
HRM/531
June 15, 2011

Rewriting a Job Description
* In order to determine the need to create a job position within my business, I need to analyze and measure the assigned tasks and projects. I need to make sure they are being properly distributed to the correct person and are being completed within the desired timeframe. Currently, the Marketing Manager takes on graphic design tasks when the in-house designer is not available to work on the project. This is an indication that there are numerous design projects and not enough graphic designers. * The business strategy and job design provide a basic blueprint for the organization in terms of organizing work to accomplish important strategic objectives. Implementing The Job Characteristics Approach to Job Design works best for this position. It holds that certain job characteristics (skill variety, task identity, task significance, autonomy, and feedback) contribute to certain psychological states (meaningfulness, responsibility, knowledge of results), which lead to important personal and work outcomes (high internal work motivation and satisfaction, high-quality work performance, low absenteeism and turnover) (Wayne F. Cascio, 2010). Some of the duties a graphic designer at my company is responsible for are the ability to take creative direction to accomplish a given task, being able to review the project at hand, ask questions that will allow the person to complete a task, and design the job to meet the required date for review. Some performance requirements are, being able to multi-task several projects at one time, the ability to communicate openly and clearly to others regarding project status, and the ability to work with a team and autonomously. The preexisting knowledge and skills that are required for the position are above average skill set in Adobe CS3 or higher, constantly look at and learning new...
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