What is your dream job?

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Question Description

Please use the attached template as a guide.

  1. Create a job description and specifications for your dream job.
  2. Design a compensation and benefits package related to your dream job.
  3. Rationalize your compensation and benefits package. Be sure to indicate the research and considerations that went into the design of the compensation and benefits package.
  4. Imagine this is the only position of its kind in the organization. From this perspective, design a performance appraisal program to assess your job performance.
  5. Rationalize your performance appraisal program. Be sure to indicate the research and considerations that went into the design of the performance appraisal program.
  6. Use at least three (3) quality resources in this assignment. Note: Wikipedia and similar websites do not qualify as quality resources.
  7. Format your assignment according to the following formatting requirements:
    1. This course requires use of new Strayer Writing Standards (SWS). The format is different than other Strayer University courses. Please take a moment to review the SWS documentation for details.
    2. Typed, double spaced, using Times New Roman font (size 12), with one-inch margins on all sides.
    3. Include a cover page containing the title of the assignment, your name, your professor’s name, the course title, and the date. The cover page is not included in the required page length.
    4. Include a reference page. Citations and references must follow SWS format. The reference page is not included in the required page length.


For your Compensation Section: Be sure to indicate the research and considerations that went into the design of the compensation and benefits package. As a hint appropriate sources for such rationalizations include the Bureau of Labor Statistics (https://www.bls.gov/home.htm) See: Subjects-Pay & Benefits, payscale.com, or Glass Door (https://www.glassdoor.com). *these are a few of many sources

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POSITION DESCRIPTION PART I. POSITION INFORMATION 1. COMPANY NAME: 5. POSITION TITLE: 2. DEPARTMENT: 6. POSITION ID: 3. LEVEL: 7. SPECIAL DESIGNATIONS: 4. OVERTIME STATUS: 8. COMPENSATION: 9. Incumbent Name 10. Work Location/Address 11. Name of Immediate Supervisor Title of Immediate Supervisor 12. Work Schedule: (Check all that apply) Permanent Day Shift Rotating Shift Permanent Evening Shift Full Time Permanent Night Shift Part Time Other (Explain) 13. If applicable, how long has the current employee been performing the duties listed below? 1 PART II. POSITION FUNCTIONS 1. MAIN PURPOSE OF THE JOB: 2. ASSIGNED DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES - List duty and responsibility or task statements that identify the essential job functions. Essential job functions are the fundamental job duties of a position that if not performed will alter the job. % OF TIME AND/OR WEIGHT OF IMPORTANCE % JOB DUTIES • % • % • : : : 2 % OF TIME AND/OR WEIGHT OF IMPORTANCE % JOB DUTIES (continued) • % • % Other Duties As Assigned: • 3. LEVEL, FREQUENCY AND PURPOSE OF WORK CONTACTS: List the contacts and purpose of each contact that this position has with individuals internal and external to the organization. Can include staff, other companies, clients, customers, vendors and the general public. Contacts may be in person, in writing or by telephone. May indicate how often the contact occurs. Immediate Contacts: Frequency: daily, weekly, and monthly contacts with several Divisions. The purpose of the contacts vary: Outside Contacts: 4. DECISIONS AND RECOMMENDATION RESPONSIBILITY: Inherent decision making and recommendation roles. 3 5. EQUIPMENT USED - List equipment, machinery and tools used to complete this job, e.g., personal computer, hand tools, measuring devices and lab equipment. 6. NATURE OF SUPERVISION RECEIVED - Check the type of supervision that is given to this position. See Instructions Part II, Item 6 for definition of terms. Close Supervision Moderate Supervision General Supervision Managerial Supervision 7. WORKING CONDITIONS: (Check all that apply) Work involves exposure to uncomfortable or unpleasant surroundings. (Explain) Work involves exposure to hazardous conditions which may result in injury. (Explain) Work involves special physical demands such as lifting 50 pounds or more, climbing ladders, etc. (Explain) Work requires use of protective equipment such as goggles, gloves, mask, etc. (Explain) 4 PART III. RESPONSIBILITY FOR THE WORK OF OTHERS This section should be completed if this position is responsible for the work of others. NATURE AND LEVEL OF RESPONSIBILITY FOR WORK OF OTHERS: A supervisor assigns and reviews the work of others, trains employees, recommends the selection, promotion and termination of employees, approves Paid Time Off (PTO), approves time reports, conducts annual performance evaluations, determines and resolves procedural problems, serves as spokesperson for subordinates, explains policies and directives from management and issues formal disciplinary reminders, warnings and reprimands. A Lead assigns and reviews the work of others, instructs and motivates employees, is available for immediate assistance or review and performs the work of subordinate positions. a) Does this position supervise employees? Yes No b) Does this position lead employees? Yes No If yes, to a or b, list the names and classifications of the employees that this position supervises or leads. c) Check the ways that this position supervises or leads these employees. Assign and review work Approve leave, sign time cards Sign annual performance ratings Interview & select new employees Train employees Discipline employees (counsel, recommend suspension & termination) d) Supervisory responsibility of other employees who have supervisory responsibility. List the position title and department. Showing an organization chart is recommended. Position Title Department 5 PART IV. JOB SPECIFICATIONS List the required levels of education, training, and experience that are required to perform the duties and responsibilities of the position. This can include degrees, certifications, internships, and content experiences directly related to the position. Required Education Required (Desired) Training and Certifications Level and Time of Required Experience 6 PART V. PERFORMANCE SYSTEM PERFORMANCE STANDARDS - For each job function identified in Part II, list the standard(s) necessary for satisfactory performance. Also describe the rating method. Standard for Job Duty 1: • Standard for Job Duty 2: • Standard for Job Duty 3: • Standard for Job Duty 4: • Standard for Job Duty 5: • 7 PART V APPROVAL SIGNATURES The following signatures indicate acknowledgment by the employee of the information on this form, when applicable, and approval by the supervisor and Human Resources. Employee's Signature Date Supervisor's Signature Date Human Resources Date 8 ...
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