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Health Care Human Resources Management Week 5

Job Analyses, Descriptions, Recruitment & Interviewing Strategies

(Finding the Right Person for the Job)
: Chapters 12, & 13

For this assignment, you will critically evaluate a specific job within the health care of your choosing and conduct a job analysis, create a job description, and develop recruitment and interviewing strategies. You are encouraged to choose a job related to your field (Health Service Administrator). The paper will be 3-4 pages long. More information and due date will provide in the Fourth Week assignments link.


Students will critically analyze the readings from Chapters 12 and 13 in your textbook. This assignment is designed to help you evaluate, analyze, and apply the readings to your Health Care Human Resource department as well as develop the groundwork for all of your outstanding projects.

You need to read the chapters assigned for week 5 and develop a 3-4-page paper reproducing your understanding and capability to apply the readings to your Health Care Human Resource Department. Each paper must be typewritten with a 12-point font and double-spaced with standard margins. Follow APA style 7th edition format when referring to the selected articles and include a reference page.



Introduction (25%)
Provide a brief synopsis of the meaning (not a description) of each Chapter you read, in your own words.


Your Critique (50%)


Job Analysis: Most Common Methods of Job Analysis

Observation Method: A job analyst observes an employee and records all his or performed and non-performed tasks, fulfilled and unfulfilled responsibilities and duties, methods, ways and skills used by him or her to perform various duties, and his or her mental or emotional ability to handle challenges and risks. However, it seems one of the easiest methods to analyze a specific job but truth is that it is the most difficult one. Why? Let’s Discover.

It is because every person has his or her way of observing things. Different people think differently and interpret the findings in different ways. Therefore, the process may involve personal bias or likes and dislikes and may not produce genuine results. This error can be avoided by proper training of job analysts or whoever will be conducting the job analysis process.

This particular method includes three techniques: direct observation, Wor