Job Requirements Matrix
A job requirements matrix is a helpful team and project management tool that helps managers obtain the best out of their employees and quickly and easily get an overview of their needs. The job requirement matrix is a combination of the job specification and job description.
To set up business processes optimally or to be able to put together project teams quickly, it makes sense to have an overview of the skills, competencies, knowledge, certificates, and job requirements of the employees in your organization.
In practice, board members, HR managers, and project managers mainly use job requirement matrices. The matrices are a great asset, especially for companies that work with skill pool management. This allows you to see which skills are incomplete and who has the right certificates and knowledge to perform a task.
The matrix is divided into a vertical and a horizontal axis. On one axis are the multiple employees and the skills required to perform a specific role well on the other axis.
An employee’s competency or certification in a particular area is illustrated by presence/absence, percentage, or level. A level is then, for example, a certain degree of the job requirement. Levels are displayed either in numbers or, for example, in a pie chart with four squares.
As a first step, HR managers draw up a list of skills needed in advance. This makes it easy to see which positions still need to be filled or which team building makes sense.
Also, a matrix provides information about the skills available within a team or company. This internal database of competencies and employee job requirements then immediately shows us which employees are the right people for the respective job and to discover and promote young talent.
The possibilities that a job requirement matrix offers are almost unlimited. You can make them as easy or complex as you like. But do not make the matrix unnecessarily complicated and limit yourself to the most critical competencies, tasks, certificates, diplomas, and documents for each function. If you focus too much on trivial matters, a job requirement matrix quickly becomes confusing and opaque.
This template will primarily be useful to HR managers. You can use the slides in this template when preparing your company’s talent pool reports. You can also use this template when preparing an analysis of possible candidates for a vacated or a new position in the company.
Team leaders can use the slides in this template when looking for team members for a new project. You can present your requirements for each team member and compare potential candidates with the job requirements.
Job Requirements Matrix is a professional and modern template that contains four stylish and fully editable slides. You can independently change the size and type of fonts, position and size of infographics according to your corporate requirements. This template will be useful for HR managers, team leaders and company executives. The Job Requirements Matrix template will be a worthy addition to your collection of professional presentations.