Difference between Job Description,Job Specification - business management
CiteHR
 
HOME ANSWERED NEW ABOUT LOGIN
Home > Human Resource Section > Talk To Seniors

Difference between Job Description,Job Specification

ranjani_js Started The Discussion:

Hi, Can any one of you give me a clear idea about the difference between Job Description-Job Specification-Job Identification-Job Analysis? Regards, Ranjani.

navya.anu - Contributing Member
Job description is a written statement that defines the duties, relationships and results expected of anyone in the job. It is an overall view of what is to be done in the job.

Job Specification is an analysis of the kind of person it takes to do the job, that is to say, it lists the qualifications. Typically this would include

Degree of education
Desirable amount of previous experience in similar work
Specific Skills required

Regards
Navya

sweetdream - Contributing Member
Hi

I used to read this topic at about.com. You can use Google to search them or visit Human Resources - Business Management Development Jobs Consulting Training Policy Human Resources

Rgs:icon1:

hoaanhtrang - Contributing Member
Hi everybody

You can see more at: Job specification

I know that these are many useful ones in this forum. Pls take a moment sending it to my email.


Tks in adv :!:

lemontree - Contributing Member
Hi I found that a Jenny asked same question in this forum 1 month ago. Please use search box at the top of site to find this question. Rgs

hi ,

job description implies the exact job /work responsibilities what a partular person has to handle or perform. in overall view what is to be done related to a particular designation ...


job Specification specifies the criterias / skills required related to a particular job which would include Total year of experience , Relevant Experience , Qualifications , Linguistic Proficiency etc...

hope it can help you to have an clear idea !!

regards
bandita

Found This Useful? +Vote Up This Page Via Google.  

Why Vote? User validation is extremely important for good content to prosper.
Disclaimer: This network and the advice provided in good faith by our members only facilitates as a direction towards the actions necessary. The advice should be validated by proper consultation with a certified professional. The network or the members providing advice cannot be held liable for any consequences, under any circumstances.


Explore Topical Knowledge Areas

Interesting Relevant Discussions


DISCUSSSION STATISTICS


1
LIKES

7162
VIEWS

5
REPLIES

PLEASE KEEP YOUR CONDUCT PROFESSIONAL AND POLITE


3M Users, 100K+ Documents & 450K+ Discussions

Share »

Community Support & Professional Insights. Login or Register.
Email/Username     Password  

About Us - Advertise - Contact Us - RSS   On Google+  
All trademarks and copyrights held by respective owners. Member comments are owned by the poster.
Privacy Policy | Disclaimer | Terms Of Service
Facebook Page | Follow Us On Twitter | Linkedin Network