Job Description and Recruiting Strategies Worksheet
Conduct an interview with someone who has a career or job position that is different from your own. Identify the duties associated with his or her position, as well as any skills and abilities necessary for the position. Use the information gathered in the interview, as well as the Week 3 readings, to complete the following worksheet. Answer each question in paragraph format.
1. What are the duties and job responsibilities associated with the position held by the individual you interviewed?
I have interviewed a Manager of a wellness center. The job responsibilities and duties associated with the position held by ...view middle of the document...
It is also beneficial for the Manager to have some knowledge of nutrition as it relates to fitness and wellness. A strong knowledge of the exercise equipment is also important to provide the best service to the club members.
Compose a 350- to 500-word job description based on the data acquired in your interview.
Title: General Manager of a wellness center
Job Summary: The job of the General Manager of a wellness center it to handle the overall strategic planning and direction of the facility, making final decisions on items brought by the direct reports. The General Manager empowers and tasks the department’s heads with their individual areas and only steps in when he or she is needed to provide assistance to the direct reports in escalated situations. The General Manager is also tasked with keeping the facility running well, ensuring that the equipment is maintained.
Hours of Duty: 40+ hours per week- General Managers of the wellness center are expected to have long days and their work week ranges from 50-60hrs.
Job Tasks Responsibilities and Authority
General Managers need to have a generalist point of view, meaning they have tasks and responsibilities that span the organization. They have a hand in planning, directing, coordinating, even human resources and general operations.
Job Qualification and knowledge skills and abilities
General Managers have to posses proficient business skills. They must be grounded in comprehension of budgetary skills and cost control skills. Decision making is directly related to the use of accounting data. Human Resources is also an important portion of the General Managers role, the process may be overseen by the department heads but the General Manager needs to be able to provide guidance during the process. Although there are department heads the General Manger is ultimately responsible for ensuring that the departments are adequately staffed and covered for all shifts. Standards for performance, bonuses and things of that nature are addressed...