Org ChartWhere the job fits into an organization.
Job LevelCategories of authority within an org chart.
Pay GradeThe range of salaries that are possible in the role. This is often standardized across an organization as pay grades.
Reporting StructureThe reporting structure of an organization such as a system of direct reports versus matrix management. reporting lines.
ObjectionsThe objectives of the role and how they will be measured. Usually objectives change on a quarterly basis such that these are abstracted objectives that describe long term goals.rotating roles on a regular basis.
AuthorityA description of the formal authority of a role and related accountabilities.
InfluencingDocument any expectation that employees develop internal relationships and influence beyond their authority.Cultural capital is the ability to influence in the context of a culture.
Working ConditionsA specification of working conditions including stresses such as travel requirements and benefits such as holidays.balance their work with responsibilities outside of the job such as family commitments.
Processes & ControlsA description of the processes and internal controls that apply to a job. For example, a requirement that a project manager adhere to a budget control process.
Mission & VisionA big picture view of the job including how it adds value and solves critical problems for an organization. It is also common to include a vision that describes how the job makes the future better.
Job DescriptionA summary of a job design that communicates everything above in plain language. This may be published externally for recruiting purposes and should avoid internal jargon.
|Overview: Job Design|
The creation, optimization, enlargement, enrichment and customization of jobs to meet the objectives of an organization and improve the employee experience.