A job description is a document that explains the tasks, duties, functions, and responsibilities of a position.
At a minimum, the employee has to have a description of their work in their employment agreement. Usually, a job description contains the following components: job title, job purpose, job duties and responsibilities, required qualifications, preferred qualifications, and working conditions.
For the purpose of submitting a Job Check application as part of the Accredited Employer Work Visa (AEWV) process, Immigration New Zealand (INZ) looks for a summary of the job on offer.
The job description doesn’t need to include many fine details, but it does need to reflect the specifics of the job on offer. Information is available on the INZ website that outlines what is needed for the job check process, including requirements relating to the job advertisement.
A job description is a mandatory requirement of INZ while submitting a job check application and needs to be uploaded as such, along with an employment agreement and evidence of advertisement.
While an employer can prepare and upload an unsigned draft contract for the job they are offering, care must be taken to include important details in the job advertisement.
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