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2412 PERSONNEL AND CAREERS PROFESSIONALS
 


    Personnel and careers professionals provide professional business services related to personnel policies such as employee recruitment or development, occupational analyses and vocational guidance.

    Tasks include -

    (a) advising on and performing personnel functions relating to employee recruitment, placement, training, promotion, compensation, and employee-management relations or other areas of personnel policy;

    (b) studying and analysing jobs performed in an establishment by various means, including interviews with workers, supervisors and management, and writing detailed post, job and occupation descriptions from data obtained;

    (c) preparing occupational information booklets or working on occupational classification systems;

    (d) advising and working on the foregoing and other aspects of job and occupation analyses in such fields as personnel administration, manpower research and planning, training, or occupational information and vocational guidance;

    (e) studying and advising individuals on employment opportunities, career choices and further education or training that may be desirable;

    (f) performing related tasks;

    (g) supervising other workers.

    Examples of the occupations classified here:

  • Adviser, careers

  • Analyst, job

  • Analyst, occupational

  • Counsellor, vocational guidance


   
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 Updated 10 August 2004, by VA.