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SEE4050 International SEE and Venue Management: Welcome

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Job Descriptions vs. Job Postings

A job description is a detailed list of responsibilities or duties along with the necessary qualifications for the job (skills, education, etc.).
  • Usually include job summary, job functions and qualifications.
  • In a way, the job description almost serves as a contract with the employee and employer.
  • They list the expectations of the employers and could serve as grounds for dismissal if not followed by the employee.
A job posting is an advertisement posted by an employer looking to hire an employee for an open position.
  • Usually include contact information, employer name, salary information, job details and open position.
  • The posting MAY or MAY NOT include a job description telling candidates what the job entails.