Competency-based Job Description


A Competency-based Job Description is an essential part of the assessment process as, with the right information, it should help managers to determine whether the role is in line with the skillset and whether it is a job the employee actually wants to go up in their career path.

Identifying an employee with a particular Competency-based Job Description is important in an organization because these competencies tend to have a major impact on one's job performance.

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What is Included!


Responsibility (Responsibility and Duty of Job Title)


Responsibility refers to an obligation to perform certain missions or works in order to achieve certain results.

In other words, responsibility is also the obligation of an individual to perform the duty or task assigned to him or her.

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Job Role (Roles in Business Unit or Organization)


A role is a set of connected behaviors, rights, obligations, beliefs, responsibilities, and norms as conceptualized by people in an enterprise environment.

It is an expected or oriented or continuously changing behavior and in order to have a given job title or good career path.

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Skills (domain-general skills, and domain-specific skills)


A skill is the ability to carry out a task with determined results often within a given amount of time, effort, or both. Skills can often be divided into domain-general skills (technology, business, management, leadership, and soft skills) and domain-specific skills (specialized skills).

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Knowledge (Education and Certifications)


Knowledge is awareness, or theoretical or practical understanding of something, such as facts, information, specification, or skills, which is acquired through experience (evaluation or endorsement) or education (with certificate) by learning perceiving, discovering, or doing.

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Working Contribution (Personal Contribution)


Working experience is essentially the knowledge or strong skills in a particular job or activity, which people have gained because they have done that job or activity for a long time.



Business Contribution (Organization Contribution, Project Contribution)


Employee contribution is one of the most important components of the capacity framework in the organization.

  • Bottom line impact
  • Productivity
  • Positivity
  • Reliability
  • Creativity
  • Diplomacy
  • Marketability