Mailroom clerk: Entry level for a long-term existing company in San Diego, CA.
Manager in the marketing department: Mid-level position in a start-up company, in Scottsdale, AZ.
Prepare standard job descriptions of 350 words for each of the positions with the following sections:
Job Requirements (Minimum Education, Experience and Certifications and/or training required)
Job Functions (Detailed description of the job duties) Make sure each duty begins with a present action verb
Other information (KSA’s, physical requirements, working conditions, reporting relationships, location, travel requirements and working hours)
Prepare a 350-word paper after the job descriptions are created that includes the following:
Explain the pay scale appropriate for the each job (local vs. regional vs. national) and why the pay scale is appropriate to ensure market competiveness
Discuss direct and indirect compensation plans that match that of the company’s life cycle for each job
Format your paper consistent with APA guidelines.
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