Phase I: For each of the jobs or groups of jobs, you must first identify a strategy for orienting, training and developing (i.e. continuing education/training) new employees in each job (or groups of jobs). This should include a new hire orientation as well as job/department specific training and development considerations.
Phase II: Identify how will you evaluate the success of your training and development plans, including both quantitative and qualitative measures. Job Title Identification
Job Description Job Position/Title
Description 1 (Mid level) Web design Manager
Description 2 (Executive level) Sales and Marketing Director
Description 3 (Entry level) Customer Service Representative
Description 4 (Entry level) HR Assistant Receptionist
Description 5 (Mid level) Information Officer
Description 6 (Executive level) Logistics and Supply Chain Director
Description 7 (Mid level) Strategic management specialist
Description 8 (Entry level) Executive Assistant
Description 9 (Executive level) Supply Chain Director Entry Level positions: 3, 4, 8
(1) Entry level positions are intended to target those individuals that are new to the job market or have little to no experience such as high school graduates, college students, those employees that have worked at previous like positions, etc.
.Mid-Level Positions: 1, 5, 7,
(1) Mid-level positions are intended to target those individuals that have 2-5 years work experience in the selected job market such as candidates with Associates degrees and professional certificates with 2 years or work experience or high school graduates with 5 years of work experience.
Executive Position: 2, 6, 9
(1) Executive positions are intended for those Leaders that have acquired a Senior Level of experience through a combination of Education and Work Experience. This requisition would be for candidates with a Masters Degree plus 5 years of management experience, a Bachlers Degree and 8 years of management experience or an Associates Degree (or equivalent) with 15 years of management experience.