A job description...
Active verbs are an effective way to communicate about the job. Examples include;
Negotiate, influence, supervise, evaluate, design, train, motivate, organise, create, promote, persuade, plan, manage, identify, produce, delegate, research, time-manage, facilitate, review, analyse, problem solve, direct, monitor, advise, initiate, present, arrange and develop...
When writing your job description, it may be useful to use the following:
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