A job description(JD) is an informative report that describes the duties, tasks, scope, and responsibilities of a particular job listing. It also includes the required qualifications, skills, and competencies a candidate needs to have in order to apply for the job. A good job description is one that provides a complete outline of what is expected from the job. It helps both the employers and the candidates in a successful hiring and onboarding process.
Here is an example of a JD for ‘Android Developer’
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The company develops a JD after analyzing the job, which helps them set clear standards about a particular job position. When clear boundaries of roles, responsibilities, and criteria are set, it becomes easy for hiring managers to choose from different candidates.
As per the organization, the JD can change, but here mentioned are some common must-haves:
Providing a detailed job description to the candidates that apply for the particular position will help them to understand the role better. Candidates will have an idea about their future roles and whether they will be able to perform them or not.
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