OccuProfiler is a user-friendly, automated, web-based application used by employees and supervisors to define task, tool, unique knowledge, resource, skill, and ability requirements associated with a specific job. Employees and their supervisors can also indicate which parts of the job are most critical to successful performance and further, enable employees to build and manage their personal performance improvement plans. The employer and employee utilize our OccuProfiler descriptors to benchmark their strengths and weaknesses.
Moreover, by utilizing SkillsNET’s OccuProfiler web tool, organizations can promptly and efficiently capture all required ingredients needed to develop a clear and concise job description. These job descriptions can be quickly and easily updated to account for changes in the job. In addition, organizations can benchmark their strengths and weaknesses using information provided by the top performers from each job (STARs; Strategic Task Analysis Representatives).
OccuProfiler’s tool functionality provides employers with increased competitiveness through identification of effective workforce requirements, efficient and predictable workforce output, quantified return on investment for workforce development, increased agility and responsiveness to the market, and improved placement efficiency. For management, OccuProfiler can enhance the capability to make workforce development decisions, decrease management costs for hiring, training and retention, spend less time and resources on managing change, and more effectively qualify expansion opportunities. For employees, the benefits of the OccuProfiler system includes improved morale, focused and effective professional development, clear skills development and career path, less likelihood of chasing the job market, and a higher tolerance for change.
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Highlights & Benefits
Organizations can log on and complete job profiles 24/7 from any location with Internet access, maximizing flexibility and minimizing work disruptions.
Employees can define their job easily and quickly, minimizing down-time on the job.
Integration with O*NET
SkillsNET’s job profiling solutions are fully integrated with the Occupational Information Network (O*NET), the U.S. Department of Labor’s standard for describing jobs.
Definition of Work Characteristics
SkillsNET’s job profiling solutions include descriptions of the tasks, tools, and resources used in the job.
Definition of Worker Attributes
SkillsNET’s job profiling solutions include descriptions of the knowledge, skills, and abilities required by workers in the job.
Checks and Balances
SkillsNET’s job profiling solutions include inputs from top performing job incumbents and supervisors, providing a system of checks and balances for information in the job profile.
Identification of Critical Job Components
SkillsNET’s job profiling solutions allow organizations to identify which work characteristics and worker attributes are most critical to successful job performance.