How to Create a Job Description Process to Easily Manage 50+ JDs

Job inventory grown fast & now managing job updates has become a hassle? This is for you.

Our step-by-step process is to establish a job description process and manage JDs at scale.

We wrote a step-by-step guide for HR teams to create a JD process that works.

Managing JDs at scale a challenge?

This is for you.

This is the same process we used to build MOSH JD for busy HR teams. Now our clients use it to:

→ Easily manage 100s of JDs

→ Maintain job description accuracy and consistency

→ Simplify the internal collaboration process

→ Ensure only the most current version is used

So we wrote how to:

📍Create a central repository for all JDs with version history & controls

📍Consolidate job descriptions to avoid redundancy

📍Collaborate effectively between HR, comp, TA, and managers

📍Setup automations & alerts to keep JDs updated over time

So why does this work so well?

→ Job descriptions stay accurate over time

→ Comp, TA, and HR are aligned using the most recent version of the JD

→ JD governance eliminates confusion and chaos

→ Controls make managing a large JD catalog simple

If you don’t have an established JD process with controls setup for governance of JDs you can’t keep job descriptions accurate over time.

So we wrote a guide to help you put that process in place

👇 Go to this LinkedIn post, comment "JD Guide", connect with me, and I'll DM you the guide.

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Need help setting up a job description system that works?

Talk soon,

Joshua Kiernan