“Job analysis” means:

(1) The process of breaking down a position, duty, or task into component parts including what is done, how it is done, and skills and knowledge needed. The technique is used in many phases of management, such as training, placement, classification, and work simplification;

(2) The resulting statement of information:

(3) In personnel administration, a complete analysis of all of the job positions in an establishment for the purpose of learning their requirements in terms of ability, and their relationships to each other and to the establishment. It may be, for example, the basis for a program of job evaluation.

History: Rule 11-84, eff 19 Dec 84, (part).