Career Development Plan Part I Ã¯Â¿Â½ PAGE \* MERGEFORMAT Ã¯Â¿Â½6Ã¯Â¿Â½
InterClean has merged with EnviroTech and, as a result, has taken on a new strategic direction. The industry has evolved into providing the best solutions and services to customers to make cleaning efforts efficient with stringent requirements and environmental safety. InterClean/EnviroTech's future success is dependent on the ability to provide solutions to our customers. Customers, especially in the healthcare industry, are looking for solutions that include product training for employees, regular monitoring and info-sharing of new relevant regulations. A job analysis and new sales team has been developed to help succeed with the company's new strategy.
Job analysis describes the behavioral requirements of job positions. Current and future candidates need to have a complete understanding of what duties are expected InterClean/EnviroTech.
Sales and management duties include and are not limited to:
Maintains the knowledgeable about the company's products
Experienced in implementing, enforcing and adhering to all OSHA standards in cleaning products and services herein
An understanding of the legal, safety, ethical and regulatory issues affecting sanitation and cleaning in varied industries and settings
Customer service - Ability to develop customized packages of cleaning solutions and systems including products and processes that will meet the clients' needs or desires
Participates and suggests development goals for operating objectives for the unit; implements, recommends, and administers methods and procedures to enhance operations
Organizes, updated records on sales goals, achievements, sales and marketing reports; client relationships; and other work related activity.
Acquire and maintain a comprehensive profile of top competitors and their operations including products, services and prices.
Workforce Planning System
A Workforce Planning System identifies the number of employees needed and plans for job changes to met InterClean/EnviroTech's new strategic direction. Cascio (2006) states workforce planning is an effort to...