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  1. 1. Management of faculty •Recruitment •Selection •Orientation •Job description & Job specification Nirmala Roberts India
  2. 2. Faculty - Meaning? An inherent mental or physical power. A group of university departments concerned with a major division of knowledge. The teaching or research staff of a group of university departments viewed as a body. A license or authorization from a Church authority. The members of a particular profession, considered collectively.
  3. 3. Nursing faculty in College A qualified professional employed by a nursing education program, who is responsible for developing, implementing, evaluating, updating, and teaching nursing education program curricula. The backbone of any organization
  4. 4. Faculty Management An effort to support employees in giving their best on daily basis to achieve their job goals and overall objectives of the organization.
  5. 5. Effective Faculty Management Techniques Hiring right manpower Measuring and monitoring staff performance regularly Micromanagement Providing constant feedback (negative/ positive) Encourage open communication Make clear goals and objectives Rewards and recognition
  6. 6. (Performance appraisal) Performance Team Recognition s &
  7. 7. Today, we shall learn about…. Recruitment Selection Orientation Job description Job orientation
  8. 8. Recruitment And Selection
  9. 9. The process of searching the candidates for employment and stimulating them to apply for jobs in the organization - Edwin B. Flippo A core function of human resource management The first step of appointment Precedes the ‘selection’ process Helps create a pool of prospective employees from which to select the candidate for the  job. The activity that links the employers and the job seekers. RECRUITMENT
  10. 10. Sources of Recruitment Internal Sources From within the organization- Transfer, promotion, upgrading, demotion, dependents of diseased External Sources Public and private agencies, advertising, educational institutions, employment exchanges, placement agencies, (colleges, universities), employee referrals. …Allows the organization to seek people with new ideas.
  11. 11. Methods of recruitment Advertising – Most common method Newspapers, nursing journals Recruitment literature- Printed hand outs/ mail Employees referral recommendations - By current employees / friends/ others. College recruitment – Best source of scientific, technical, professional and managerial personnel
  12. 12. Recruitment process Identifying vacancy Preparing job description and job specification Advertising the vacancy Managing the response Short listing Arranging tests/ interviews… Conducting interview and decision making .
  13. 13. Selection The process of choosing a suitable applicant from among several… The Principal is on the selection committee Involves – o Verifying the applicant’s qualifications o Checking the past work history o Deciding if a good match exists between the applicant’s qualifications and the organization’s expectations.
  14. 14. Selection Committee Chairperson – Principal Members – Member of the Management Board/ Trust Administrator Vice Principal HOD (of the Specialty) HR personnel
  15. 15. Application form Screening interview Reference check Psychological tests Placement interview Physical examination Step 1 Step 2 Step 3 Step 4 Step5 Step 6 Selection process
  16. 16. Orientation & On-Boarding Programme Preps for transition - new people, terminology, orgn.al culture. Begins with – Introduction to the manager Orientation to – Institution, campus facilities, work location, equipment Goals, culture; job description; key contacts Payroll, employee benefits, pension plan A planned tour – Of the institution and campus Meet key personnel Official welcome
  17. 17. “Onboarding” • The longer process of getting to know the key people one will be working with and providing both job related and organizational information. • Occurs over several months • Aimed at getting the employee ‘up to speed' with culture, expectations, policies and procedures and day-to-day activities and responsibilities.
  18. 18. Job Description and Job Specification
  19. 19. A descriptive statement about the role, responsibility, duties, and scope of a particular job. The statement of Job Description include – Title of the Job Location of the Job Job summary Duties and responsibilities associated with Job Equipment used in performing the job Nature of Supervision Working conditions of the Job Hazards associated with Job
  20. 20. Job Specification = Employee specification - States the minimum acceptable human qualities necessary to effectively perform a particular job. = Job Skills & Qualifications ……..Valid nursing license. A master's degree in nursing. Excellent verbal and written communication skills. Adhere to all clinical setting policies and requirements..
  21. 21. Job Specification A written statement describing – Educational qualifications Physical & mental characteristics Specific qualities, personality traits Level of experience Needed skills - Physical, emotional, technical, communication Responsibilities involved in a job Other usual sensory demands Developed as part of the job analysis process.
  22. 22. Job Analysis Job analysis - A systematic study of jobs to determine- The activities and responsibilities the job includes Their relative importance in comparison with other jobs Personal qualifications necessary for performance of the jobs Conditions under which the work is performed.
  23. 23. Job Analysis Job Description Job Specification
  24. 24. Questions… Differentiate with examples - Recruitment & Selection Orientation & On-boarding Job description & Job specification?

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