The recruiter should ask this one important question: “What skills, knowledge and attributes would a competent employee have for this position?”
Asking the above question will provide the necessary information for the recruiter to complete the job specifications for a specific position.
Job Specification: statements, which provide a description of the position’s major task/responsibilities. Specifications help to provide the recruiter with details about which skills, qualifications and attributes they are going to be looking for when they are reviewing the résumés.
Selection Factors: are four or five specific knowledge, and behaviours which can be found in your past experiences. These experiences can provide the recruiter with a window into your potential for success in this position.
Job Description: is a typically a form which is completed before the recruitment begins. The job description should include the following information:
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