Job Analysis Form & Job Description Sample
The Job Analysis Form and Job Description Sample Form (Blank) are available to download, customize and print and can be used for creating job descriptions for your church administrative office...
These forms available below can be very helpful when you're enduring the sometimes dreaded tasks of creating job descriptions for your church employees...
Job descriptions are extremely important for your employees to help them to have pre-knowledge of exactly what job responsibilities are expected of them. I have included what is in the blank job description sample below.
The Job Analysis Form is a very helpful tool before creating your job descriptions for your church employees, etc. It's a process of developing a thorough understanding of various attributes of the job position. The Job Analysis form highlights and explains these areas:
- Employee Name and Job Title
- Department and Job Number
- Supervisor's Name and Title
- Summary of Duties
- Special Qualifications
- Regular Duties
- Decision Making
- Responsibility for Records
- Frequency of Supervision
- Working Conditions
- Job Requirements
- Additional Information and Comments
The Job Analysis Form has more details so download below for more details.
The Job Description Sample Form (Blank) is a template that is available to start your job descriptions on and explains each area of the form including:
- Church Name
- Job Description Title
- Name of Supervisor, etc. to Whom Employee Reports To
- Position Status - Full-Time, Part-Time, etc.
- Job Summary - Enter a brief narrative (4-5
sentences) containing information on just the essential job duties, specific
skills or licenses needed, special equipment used for this position and
physical abilities needed to perform the job. This might also include
information about interactions with other employees as well as the kind of
customers or suppliers with whom the employee might deal.
- Job Responsibilities -
Enter what the person will do. State the major job
tasks and if necessary the subtasks that are essential for the job position.
If you prefer, you can indicate the amount of time that the person may devote
to each of the major tasks.
The list normally starts with the most important task
or the one which the employee will devote the largest share of his or her
time. A task is what the person in the job will actually do. Examples:
Keeps the books: Enters revenue and expense
transactions and prepares income statements, balance sheets, and projected
Keeps machinery in good working order: Conducts regular
inspections of farm equipment, makes needed repairs, and provides advice on
replacement of machinery.
- Job Qualifications -
Enter the knowledge, skills, abilities and other
characteristics that the person must have to perform the job duties. Knowledge
is factual information that is necessary for successfully performing a task. A
skill is a person’s level of proficiency at performing a particular task.
Ability refers to a more general enduring capability that a person possesses.
Characteristics could be personality traits such as one’s motivation,
persistence, work ethic or willingness to be a team player. Licenses or
certifications are often given to people who have demonstrated particular
levels of knowledge or skills and this would be the best place to indicate
- Supervision -
Enter how this position is supervised by indicating
to whom the person in this position will report to.
- Working Conditions (Optional) -
Enter an idea of the person’s hours of work and
overtime requirements, how much work is performed inside and outside, and the
type of equipment and machinery expected to be used. Let them know if the job
is fast-paced with daily deadlines or is there a more relaxed environment.
Also, include the working relationship expected with other employees such as
if the position is part of a broader team such as a sales team. You might also
let them know if their position requires working at night or holidays.
- Salary and Benefits (Optional) -
Enter what you feel the job is worth to your business
if you’re filling new position. Setting a salary or other rate of compensation
is a delicate process. Using terms such as “starting salary” implies that employees
will obtain raises as they acquire time on the job. The statement “salary is
negotiable” without giving a pay range may waste the time of both the employer
and the applicant if their wage expectations differ considerably.
Some employers don’t like to advertise that a
starting salary is negotiable because they feel doing so may encourage
applicants to ask for higher wages. On the other hand, if the starting salary
is negotiable you have the flexibility to adjust the pay to the qualifications
of the applicant. Many job descriptions advertise “salary commensurate with
The salary and benefits section should detail
information about benefits such as paid vacation, sick leave, health insurance
coverage, and retirement programs. Any special benefits provided should also
be noted. Example: Housing is often provided to farm employees. The location
and condition of any housing provided should be described. Other benefits
might include opportunities to participate in additional training once they’re
hired for licenses or general skill improvement.
- Statement -
I have read and received a copy of my job description. I understand this
overrides anything I have been given or told in the past. I further understand
that I am expected to follow my job as outlined above, and that if I have any
questions concerning what is expected of me, I will speak with my immediate
supervisor identified above.
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Job Analysis Form
Job Description Sample Form (Blank)
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