One of the ways in which students internalize the characteristics of quality work is
by evaluating the work of their peers. However, if they are to offer helpful
feedback, students must have a clear understanding of what they are to look fo
This list of action verbs should be used to assist you in completing the Summary of Responsibilities
section. These verbs are useful in identifying and defining job functions. Although many of the terms
may seem obvious, definitions are provide
I. GENERAL EMPLOYEE COMMENTS
Because no single questionnaire can cover every part of a job, can you think of any other information
that would be important in understanding your job? If so, please give us your comments below.
J. SUPERVISOR'S REVIEW SECTION
Based on your understanding of the job as it currently exists, please review the employee's response and
provide your own comments in the space provided below. Please do not change the employee's
InstallTo set up for use.
InterpretExplain something to others.
InvestigateStudy through close examination and systematic inquiry.
IssuePut forth or to distribute officially.
MaintainKeep in an existing state.
MonitorWatch, observe, or check with an eye t
Please complete organization chart below:
Titles of Your Direct Reports
H. PHYSICAL DEMANDS AND WORKING CONDITIONS
Indicate how often the following physical demands are required to perform the Essential Job
C=Constantly F=Frequently O=Oc
G. SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES
SUPERVISORY NATURE: What is the nature of the direct supervisory responsibility your job has? Check
How many positions report directly to you?
7 or more
List the title(s) of employee(s) whom you d
For the remainder of the questionnaire, most of the questions require that you check the box or list
information. Guidelines for completing these sections are as follows: 1) read each definition carefully
before answering, 2) consider the job, not yoursel
Describe specific job responsibilities/duties, listing the most important first. Use a separate statement
for each responsibility. Most positions can be described in 6-8 major responsibility areas. Combine
minor or occasional duties in one last statement.