Picture this: your team needs to grow, your company landed a new deal and production needs to increase. It’s time to hire. You head to your computer, open a new document or job listing, and it’s time to start writing a job description. But how do you know your words will find the right fit for your company? Writing a light industrial job description that will find you the right fit isn’t always easy.
Whether you need assembly, packaging, shipping and receiving, janitorial, forklift operators or general labor, start by asking yourself the following: what are the requirements to succeed in this position?
Many light industrial jobs require individuals with strong attention to detail, self-motivation, strong teamwork skills and the ability to deal with an environment that can be demanding and loud.
Next, ask yourself if experience matters. Do you have the bandwidth to train a new employee from the start? Or do you need someone with previous experience to jump in and make an immediate impact? What about any special skills or machinery experience?
Having a clear understanding of the skill set you’re looking for will help guide your light industrial job description.
Understanding and creating a job description is just the start of finding someone to add to your team. It can be a challenge to know whether or not someone has the skills needed to fill a position in your company. Asking the right questions in the interview process and checking for compatibility with your business is vital to finding the right person.
If you’re looking for some help throughout the hiring process, Staff Force is dedicated to finding the best people for the job. It’s what we do best.
If you have the above questions answered regarding what you’re looking for, we will help out with the rest. We have the ability to screen employees with:
We are committed to screening an employee’s background and skills and working hard to find the best match for your company’s values and culture.
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