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Running head: TRAINING SPECIALIST1Job AnalysisMELISSA D. WHITEIndiana Wesleyan UniversityMGT 470-01A: Total RewardsJanet DiotaleviApril 9, 2020
TRAINING SPECIALIST2Job AnalysisAppendix To identify the best person for a job, it is crucial to understand the nature of that job fully. Job analysis provides ways of developing an understanding through the examination of the job performance, the skills required to perform those tasks, and the connection between the functions and abilities. “If pay is to be based on work performed, some way is needed to discover and describe the differences and similarities among these jobs, observation alone is not enough. Job analysis is a systematic method and provides the underlyinginformation. It identifies the content of the job, which serves as input for describing and valuing work” (Newman, Gerhart, & Milkovich, 2020, p. 106, 109).IntroductionThe position I am analyzing is a Training Specialist position. I selected this position because it is the position I aspire to promote to, within my organization. The industry I work for is a cabinet manufacturing facility with locations throughout the United States of America, and Mexico. The process of the job for the Training Specialist is basically to oversee all aspects of the training department, including the overall coordination of all training materials and training activities and meeting established plant goals and complying with all training policies.Preliminary Job InformationThe primary mission of the training specialist is to conduct orientation sessions for new hires, train employees in the use of new software or implementation of new company policies, management of training workshops, and creation of new ways to improve company procedures. The training specialist will meet with the CEO or clients to determine the goals and mission of the company.Initial Work-Site Tour
TRAINING SPECIALIST3“Job analysis is the process of gathering, examining, and interpreting data about a job’s tasks and responsibilities. It generally includes tracking an employee’s duties and the duration of each task, observing the employee performing his or her job, interviewing the employee, managers and others who interact with the employee, and comparing the job to other jobs in the same department and job grade or job family” (SHRM, 2020). The initial tour of the work-site