Stage 3: Job analysis and job evaluation course
What is job analysis and job evaluation?
Local job evaluation is required when there is no national profile, due to the job being unique or significantly different or a match to a national profile has proved impossible. It involves a post holder completing a job analysis questionnaire (JAQ), working with job analysts and line management to ensure the JAQ contains all relevant information, which is then evaluated by a job evaluation panel.
Virtual job analysis and job evaluation course
Aims of the course:
- To know how to analyse and evaluated jobs using a JAQ.
- To be able to work with a partner.
- To know how bias can occur in job analysis and job evaluation.
- To be able to complete the appropriate documentation.
Outcomes of the course:
- Once successful training has taken place, participants will be qualified to be a job analyst or sit on a job evaluation panel made up of both management and staff representatives.
- Delegates will not be qualified to sit on a job matching panel unless they have already completed the two-day job matching course
- Participants will not be qualified to train other individuals in job analysis/evaluation. Only those approved by the NHS Staff Council Job Evaluation Group are qualified to deliver training in partnership.
How do I commission a course?
NHS Employers is in the process of releasing a two-day virtual offer for job analysis and job evaluation training.
If you would like to express an interest in commissioning a virtual JAJE course, please complete a request form.
How do I book onto a centralised course?
The centralised consistency checking offer is available for individual bookings or organisations that have fewer than 12 members of staff in need of training.
The next available course dates are as follows:
JAJE course - 28 - 29 September 2023 - Booking link to follow
JAJE course - 7 - 8 December 2023 - Booking link to follow