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CONFIDENTIAL For: , Lecturer Ref: From: , Student Date: REPORT ON THE JOB DESCRIPTIONS AND PERSON SPECIFICATIONS FOR SAINSBURY'S 1.0 TERMS OF REFERENCE You asked me to research, select and describe the main employability, personal and communication skills for a selected job vacancy and produce a report on my findings. 2.0 PROCEDURE In order to obtain the information needed for this vacancy, I followed the following procedures: 2.1 I searched on the Job Centre's website to look for any job vacancies that appealed and are relevant to my personal skills. 2.2 A found a few vacancies on the website and went onto the relevant company websites to find more information about the vacancies. ...read more.


3.3 The job description says that you will need to have good customer and communications skills as will be working in a busy environment and must be able to work as part of a team and on their own, so need to show own initiative. 3.4 Need to be able to build up good knowledge about the products that are being sold on the counter. 3.5 Need to have an enthusiastic and flexible approach with a helpful 'can do' attitude. 4.0 CONCLUSIONS I have managed to research the employability, personal and communication skills required to work on the Counters Department for Sainsbury's. I chose this job as I have the skills needed to fill this vacancy. ...read more.


5.4 They need to be an enthusiastic and friendly person when working to try and maintain a friendly and welcoming atmosphere for the customers. 5.5 The person needs to be able to work as part of a team or individually so they need to have good communication skills and be able to work well with others and show good initiative. 5.6 They will need to be able to stay calm and collective under pressure and be able to deal with any problems that the customers may have. 5.7 They need to be able to work swiftly during busy period but still remain calm, friendly and patient towards the customers and appear to be not rushing them. ...read more.

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