Definition of Job Analysis
Uses of Job Analysis
Legal and Policy Requirements
The UCLA Program
DEFINITION OF JOB ANALYSIS
Job analysis is a process of systematically collecting, analyzing and documenting the important facts about a job. It seeks to know:
USES OF JOB ANALYSIS
LEGAL AND POLICY REQUIREMENTS
For the most up-to-date information regarding employment and Personnel Policies visit Campus Human Resources Staff Personnel and Policies homepage.
THE UCLA PROGRAM (Conducting a Job Analysis)
The Campus Human Resource Department has developed a program to assist campus departments in fulfilling their responsibility for conducting job analysis. A primary feature of this program is a job description form for staff positions which allows for the systematic documentation of both duties and tasks and worker qualifications. The routing process of the form is diagramed below:
* UCLA College of Letters and Sciences requires that all requests (reclassifications, establishment of new positions, equity increases and stipends) be submitted to the Assistant Dean of the respective division, or to the Assistant Vice Provost in the case of Honors and Undergraduate Programs. The College Personnel Office is available to assist you in writing job descriptions that are consistent with College policy. (Lianna Anderson, Assistant Dean, Life and Physical Sciences Divisions; Betty Glick, Assistant Vice Provost, Honors and Undergraduate Programs; Marc Mayerson, Assistant Dean, Social Science Division; David Wilson, Assistant Dean, Humanities Division).
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