Job specifications

Job specifications

1. Definition of job specification

Nature of a job specification is a statement of knowledge, skills, and abilities needed to perform the job. It are minimum acceptable qualifications to perform a particular job. It is the same job criteria.

2. Definition of job specification of  (UAB)

“Job Specification – definition of knowledge, skills, and abilities and the associated education, training, and experience required to successfully perform a job. These also constitute the minimum recruiting criteria or minimum qualifications for the job”

3. Meaning of job specification in job advertisement.

Job specification includes knowledge, skills, and abilities but in fact, It also includes job purpose, main duties, compensation etc when it is used for job advertisement.

4. What is the differences between job description and job specification?

a. Job description are task, duties, responsibilities this mean job description are what you must “do”. Job specification are knowledge, skills, abilities etc this mean job specification are what you must “have” to perform “job description”.

b. Job description belong to organization and job specification belong to you.

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Author: Davi Ngo, hrvinet.com

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2 Responses to “Job specifications”

  1. There are many grammatical errors in this publication. For instance, in the first paragraph, number 1. … It (should be there are )are minimum acceptable qualifications… In number 4 it says…. Job description are task, duties, responsibilities this mean…. (should be this means that..) Job specification are knowledge, skills, abilities this( again this means that )…. mean job specification are what you must “have” to perform “.job description”. I know the English language is a tough, but just wanted to let you know about these corrections. Thanks!

  2. Thanks alot, this article helped me pass a tough test at the weekend Chris

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