Job Descriptions Procedure AS9100
The Job Descriptions Procedure AS9100 provides methods for the preparation and format of your aerospace job descriptions. The quality procedure applies to all hiring managers and the Human Resources department. (8 pages, 1391 words)
Hiring managers should be responsible for initiating drafts or changes to existing job descriptions. Whenever practical, supervisors should interact with other employees – managerial and non-managerial – when developing or reviewing descriptions in order to better ensure accurate, clear, and meaningful job descriptions.
AS9100 Job Descriptions Responsibilities:
The Human Resources Manager is responsible for assuring that current job descriptions are developed and maintained for all company positions and meets all pertinent legal requirements.
Supervisors are responsible for defining competencies and creating job descriptions for all positions within their respective scopes of responsibility.
The Human Resources Manager is responsible for assisting hiring managers in composing job descriptions that comply with requirements.
AS9100 Job Descriptions Definition:
Disability – Under the ADA, a disability is defined as a “physical or mental impairment that substantially limits one or more major life activities, such as seeing, hearing, speaking or working, etc.” Illiteracy is even covered if caused by a physical or mental disorder.
Job Descriptions Procedure AS9100 Activities
- Job Description Preparation
- Job Description Format and Content
- Job Description Approval and Distribution
- Review of Job Descriptions
Job Descriptions Procedure AS9100 Forms