The Handbook of Model Job Descriptions

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Kogan Page Publishers, 2003 - Business & Economics - 438 pages
Job descriptions are essential for recruitment, job evaluation, performance appraisal, training and development and in grievance and disciplinary cases. This handbook is an uptodate resource to help managers to construct individualised job descriptions, giving advice on how to construct job descriptions and how to analyse jobs.
 

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Contents

Introduction
1
Administration and management
13
executive 19 Committee administrator 21 Company
25
Management consultant 27 Managing director 29 Member
39
Chief electrical engineer 42 Chief mechanical engineer
49
Development engineer 51 Draughtsperson 52 Electrical
59
Estates and surveying
99
Finance and accountancy
127
Purchasing and stores
264
Research and development RD and science
270
Sales and marketing
299
Secretarial and clerical
325
Transport and distribution
341
Voluntary sector
354
Providing advice and guidance
369
Customerclient relations
378

Financial services
162
Human resourcespersonnel
175
Information technology
209
Legal
231
Leisure services
238
Public relations and media
244
Management of finance and budgets
384
Research and development
393
Strategy development
402
Supervision and management
408
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Barry Cushway is an independent HR consultant and Personnel Adviser to the Institute of Directors. With over 30 years' HR and employment law experience, he has previously worked for PricewaterhouseCoopers, Hay and MSL and has undertaken projects for over 100 public and private sector organisations.Barry Cushway is author and Executive Editor of Gee's best-selling loose-leaf work, Essential Facts: Employment, and numerous other books, including Human Resource Management, Organizational Behaviour and Design and The Employer's Handbook (all Kogan Page). He is a Fellow of both the Institute of Chartered Secretaries and Administrators and the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development.

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