Create Customized Job Models
Understand the skills and abilities needed to drive business forward.
Discover Your Ideal Employee
Accurately-defined job competency models are the cornerstone of many important human resource functions, including employee selection, performance management and development. Our Job Modeling tools offer three tiers of service—what we call the “standard, plus and premium” options. With each tier, clients receive various ranges of customization and legal protection. The right option for any particular organization depends on its particular needs, budget and desired outcome.
Standard Job Models (Standard)
We can swiftly and accurately produce standard job profiles for a variety of job roles. Select the best match and you’re ready to implement the proper, proven instrument to launch your business into the future. Standard Job Models are frequently chosen by smaller organizations that prefer standardized competency sets for jobs in finance, healthcare, tourism, hospitality, manufacturing and administration.
Job Requirement Survey (Plus)
Customized, automated tools like the Job Requirement Survey (JRS) can help your company gather expert input to create a model that is suited to specific needs. Your organization’s “subject-matter experts,” who know the ins and outs of the job, rank the competencies they deem most important to a specific job role. From there, company leaders fine-tune the model and decide which final competencies will be most beneficial. The Competency Library also has alternative competency names that can be tailored to your company or a particular industry.
Job Analysis (Premium)
Performing a Job Analysis is a rigorous, highly customized approach to job modeling for companies who want to minimize legal risk. A job analysis involves collecting information about the tasks, duties and responsibilities of a job role as well as the requisite knowledge, skills, abilities and other characteristics necessary for that particular job. A job analysis serves as a basis for identifying and utilizing appropriate assessments, and providing evidence of job-relatedness.