Job Analysis Workshop
A critical training for all HR professionals, this workshop provides participants with an understanding of what job analysis is, when to conduct a job analysis, why a job analysis is conducted, and how a job analysis can be used. Next, the trainers, two Federal Industrial/Organizational Psychologists, discuss each of the steps taken to perform a job analysis including: gathering information, writing task statements, writing competency definitions, using rating scales and cut-off criteria to identify critical tasks and competencies, completing task-competency linkages, and documenting the process. At each step, participants have the opportunity to apply best practices and sharpen their skills with hands-on exercises. Instructors also share personal experiences and best practices with participants and encourage participants to discuss their own experiences. Job analysis is the foundation for all HR activities. This workshop will offer a job analysis model that participants can tailor to meet their agency’s HR needs.
An upcoming session of this workshop will be delivered on April 25, 2017 at the U.S. Office of Personnel Management, Learning Center (1900 E St NW, Washington, DC, 20415). The workshop can also be delivered to a group of employees at an agency, per agency request.
An upcoming session of this workshop will be delivered on April 25, 2017. The workshop can also be delivered to a group of employees (up to 20 participants) at an agency, per agency request.
Estimated Time to Complete Course:
For registration information, contact HR Training on Demand, HRTrainingOnDemand@opm.gov, 855-281-6895; Kelly Sorensen, Kelly.Sorensen@opm.gov
US Office of Personnel Management
Course Content Contact:
HR Training on Demand, HRTrainingOnDemand@opm.gov, 855-281-6895; Kelly Sorensen, Kelly.Sorensen@opm.gov
$400 per person to attend the upcoming session offered on April 25, 2017. For group session pricing, please contact Kelly Sorensen, Kelly.Sorensen@opm.gov
HR Technical Competency:
Customer Service; Planning and Evaluating; Writing
Human Capital Management
Roles: Technical Specialist