What you have given is Job Description (JD), which is different from KRAs. Earlier, I have clarified the difference between the two. You may click the following link to know the difference:
While designing KRAs, please remember the following formula:
Job Description + SMART Principle = KRAs
Click on the hyperlink to know about the SMART Principle
If you wish to refer the sample KRAs of Event Manager, refer my following reply:
In one of my posts, I have uploaded Sample KPI and KRA Manual. You may refer the following link to download it:
Final Comments: - Designing KPIs and KRAs is not that easy. To do this, you need to work under some expert and to gain expertise, it takes years. I have seen professionals spending decades in the industry but were unable to develop KRAs for their own department. For further queries, feel free to contact me.
17th December 2016 From India, Bangalore
To design the KRAs for the designations that you have mentioned, one needs to study the systems and processes of that department. We need to know about the entire business in general and how their departments work in particular. Added to this, one needs to what is the Job Description of their positions as well.
Please note that KRAs and derived from KPIs and there cannot be KPIs for the specific designations. To clarify about the concepts of PMS, I recommend you reading my post No 2.
15th May 2017 From India, Bangalore