Note: If you'd prefer to review a Job Profile using a quick start, see Review a Job Profile Quick Start Guide. If you'd like detailed step-by-step instructions for reviewing a Job Profile, see Review a Job Profile User Guide.
Purpose: This video provides step-by-step instructions for reviewing a Job Profile in Calibrate.
Audience: This video is meant to be used by Job Profile Reviewers to provide feedback on a Job Profile at the request of a Job Profile Editor.
Before you begin: Reviewing a Job Profile requires you to go through a list of skills, comprising the Job Profile, and give your rating as to how essential that skill is to that Job Profile. In other words, how important is that skill in preparing a student for that job?
The skills that comprise a Job Profile are broken down into four categories:
- Work Activities: how units of time are organized on the job - what you actually do on the job
- Knowledge Domains: areas of knowledge that someone needs to know in order to do the job
- Employability Skills: behaviors, interpersonal skills, character or personality traits, attitudes,
social and emotional intelligence – what make you effective at the job
- Tools & Technologies: categories and specific examples of machines, equipment, software,
and technologies used on the job
As you go through the list of skills, if you feel a particular skill is missing from the list, you have the option to suggest one to add to the list.
Reviewing a Job Profile is an iterative process, which means there's a chance the Job Profile Editor will request that you review their Job Profile more than once.
You can find the definition of the capitalized words used in this Work Instruction in the SkillsEngine dictionary located here.