The Occupational or Job Analyst periodically researches competition in the job markets to ensure that company vacancies remain competitive, ensuring that the compensation packages matches the skill level and job requirements without overpaying the job holder. The analyst formalizes the job specifics of each position to form part of the corporate job screening and acceptance criteria, performance metrics and job progression career paths and compensation standards for each position.
Sample Job/Occupational Analyst CV Template
Jonathan B. Dreyer
Alphinbrook Rd, Marsh Barton, Exeter, UK
To work as an Occupational Analyst in a large service, airline or retail company
2006 – Present: Occupational Analyst, BBC Radio Devon
- Formulate and recommend job questionnaire for applicant screening
- Evaluate submitted duties and responsibilities of new positions to ensure non-duplication of positions and for job grading purposes
- Evaluate position against job market demands and attractiveness using industry payscale comparatives
- Finalize and standard job description template
- Build-up corporate database of positions to facilitate career movements and job placements and compensation standardization.
- Develop new hire orientation materials and training materials in coordination with direct superiors.
- Coordinate with immediate superiors and HR Managers in developing performance metrics and career pathing.
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills
- Had computer proficiency in the use of word processing and spreadsheets
- Excellent interpersonal skills to deal with management staff in evaluating job descriptions and performance appraisals.
Commended by management for successful build-up of corporate database for positions in the company
1998 – 2001: BS Industrial Psychology, Kingston University, Surrey
To be furnished upon request