INSTRUCTIONS:As you complete the survey, consider the job itself, not what a person who does the job might be like.Use the following definitions to differentiate between the terms “rarely,” “occasionally, and “frequently.” Rarely – An activity performed infrequently (or not at all) that is not a key part of the job. Occasionally – An activity performed less often, but the activity is a job function. Frequently – An activity performed every day as a primary job function.
To complete the survey, read each statement and relate it to the particular job.
Be realistic. Respond in terms of acceptable job performance standards, not in terms of a “perfect” employee.
The results of this survey will be an important part in the development of a Job Match Pattern so it is important to be as accurate as you can!
When entering the results from this survey into the computer, use 1 for “Rarely,” 2 for “Occasionally,” and 3 for “Frequently.”