For this exercise, select a position you are currently hiring for, or select a position that may need to be filled in your department or organization in the future. Follow the steps below to create all the required components of the Hiring Sheet for this position:
Step 1: Develop a Job Description
· If there is a current job description for an open position in your department or organization, you can use that for this part of the exercise.
· Submit your Job Description as a separate attachment for review. It may be in MS Word or PDF format. Do not copy and paste it within your assignment.
Step 2: Identify Key Competencies
· Select five (5) key competencies for the position from this resource: List of Professional Competencies
· Download List of Professional Competencies
· Alternatively, if you wish, you may select four (4) competencies from the list and create one (1) competency of your own.
Step 3: Rank the Competencies
· Rank the competencies that you selected in order, from the most important  to the least important .
· Write a paragraph to explain your rationale for the order of importance of the competencies.
Step 4: Create Interview Questions
· Develop two (2) questions designed to assess each competency that you selected for use when interviewing candidates.
· Your final list of questions for the position will contain ten (10) questions.
· The assignment is typed and double-spaced, with a professional font (size 10 – 12)
· Your submission includes two documents: a Job Description and your Hiring Sheet.
· The Hiring Sheet is submitted in MS Word document format
· Includes a Cover Page with the assignment title, your name, the professor’s name, course title, and date
· Includes a brief Introduction, five Key Competencies ranked from most to least important, and your rationale for the ranking of competencies
· Includes two (2) interview questions designed to assess each key competency, for a total of ten (10) questions
· The assignment is written in a formal manner, with correct spelling and grammar
· References are included and provide appropriate information that enables the reader to locate the original source
· Citations and references must follow the formatting instructions found in the JWMI Writing Standards Guide. Check with your professor for any additional instructions.