Part 1: Conduct a Job Analysis
Choose a job of a friend or family member for which you would like to write a job description. Develop 10–20 questions for a job analysis interview. Be sure to note their responses, submit the questions and responses labeled “part 1.”
Part 2: Writing a Job Description
Write the job description and ask the person to review it for accuracy. Be sure the job description is written and formatted professionally, as if it could be used in a company tomorrow. You may want to use one of the previously researched templates.
Part 3: Job Design
Choose three aspects of Hackman and Oldham’s Job Characteristics Model and modify the job. Explain your rationale. Label this “part 3.”