Dear Seniors, Greetings for the day, Request you to please send me the Job Descriptions for the following job profiles.
1. HR Operations
2. HR Recruiter working in Consultancy Firm
3. Background Screening (Associate, Sr. Associate, Team Lead, Vendor Management, Client Account Handling and Head of Background Screening Team)
Looking forward to your valuable responses.

From India, Gurgaon
Dear Sumit,

There appears to be dichotomy in your post. The heading of your post is about KRAs and in the main body you have asked for Job Descriptions (JDs). This is typical HR problem that confuses between the two.

JD and KRAs both need study of the job thoroughly. While you may download something from Google or this forum but then what if it does not matches with the actual job of the employee? JDs and KRAs both need to be developed indigenously. Sans this indigenisation, it may do more damage than good.

Last but not the least, designing of KRAs is not some novice's play. It requires immence expertise to do that. My past consulting assignment show that the professionals who had spent some 20-25 years in particular function (like purchase, finance, operations etc) could not devise the KRAs even after the training.

You need to hire services of some external consultant. If your management permit's that then you may approach me.

Thanks,

Dinesh V Divekar


From India, Bangalore
Dear Dinesh,
Sorry about confusion between KRA's and JD's. Also would like to inform you that I will be staring a start-up company soon, that's why I need them., hence no management involved.
Thanks,
Sumit

From India, Gurgaon
Sumit,
You need to write the job descriptions yourself based on what it is your business is going to do, and how it will operate.
Refer back to your business plan, and base all the job descriptions for every position on what you have written in your plan.
I, like many members here could send you job descriptions, but they are based on OUR organisations and the work WE do, not what you are going to do in yours.
So many people on CiteHR seem to believe that there are standard, one size fits all, descriptions for all sorts of HR things, and that is not the case. Every organisation is different.
Your business will surely fail if you do not put in the groundwork now, to ensure that everything you do is fully planned and documented accurately in your business and marketing plans BEFORE you open the doors. Trying to crib any old stuff from other people is NOT going to work.

From Australia, Melbourne

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