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A job analysis is a structured approach that identifies and determines the major requirements of a role, and the relative importance of the requirements necessary to successfully perform the duties of the position.

The purpose of job analysis is to establish and document what the role entails and the capabilities required to perform the role effectively, as well as how the role fits into the overall organisational objectives. If a previous job analysis has been undertaken for a role, it is always a good idea to ensure that the outcomes of the analysis are still relevant.

The completion of a job analysis will form the basis of the Position Description for any new or substantially altered role, as well as support other workforce planning functions such as the selection process and identifying training requirements and resources.

The current incumbent in the position will often be best placed to report on the role and its requirements. Therefore, this Job Analysis Questionnaire has been designed to provide to employees to elicit information regarding how they conduct the role and its key requirements. The manager of the position being reviewed will also normally be able to provide valuable feedback.

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