is a sample job description form that you can use as a tool to assist you in writing your own job description.
Keep in mind that there is no set form for a job description, and you can add and delete items in this form.
If you're hiring one person, perhaps your first employee, you don't need to go to all the trouble of writing a formal job description unless you want to.
For example, you can make a list of activities to be involved on the job, and you can rank them in importance.There are as many different formats for job descriptions as there are jobs, but there are some basic pieces of information that most job descriptions have.Include them in yours, if you feel they are appropriate.This is especially true if it's easy to do — like changing "salesman" to "salesperson." If you will be allowing your employees to see written job descriptions, make sure that the last item in the list of job duties is something like "and any other task assigned by the supervisor." This gives you the freedom to change duties over time, and prevents employees from complaining "that task is not in my job description." When you're writing your description, try to put some thought into how you see this position growing as your business grows.You don't want someone who can just do the job today but can't change and grow with the needs of the business.