Creating a hiring process with 3 small projects attached

Help me study for my Computer Science class. I’m stuck and don’t understand.

Assignment Instructions and Requirements

There are three parts of this assignment: development of a process, writing a job description, and formulating interview questions. Each must be presented in a separate Word document, with formatting and document names that would be appropriate for the workplace.

Do not format your documents to look anything like APA papers.

  • Paragraphs should be single-spaced with a blank line between paragraphs.
  • Lists should be single-spaced.
  • Do not include a running head or other APA style elements.
  • It is acceptable but not required to have a cover page for your documents. If you choose to do this, use the same cover for all three documents for consistency sake (as you would in the workplace for branding purposes).

Formality, neatness, and readability are expected.

Scenario:

You are the top IT manager for 504 Technologies and realize the need for hiring a new tech employee. The company has not yet set up a hiring process and the CEO has tasked you with creating one before writing the job description and planning for interviews.

Document 1: Develop a hiring process.

  • Content:
    • Write a suitable descriptive title in the document.
    • Include at least six distinct steps.
      • Provide enough detail so that someone else would be able to easily understand and follow all steps and sub-steps of this process.
      • You may write this entirely from your own experiences and critical thinking. However, if you decide to use any source material, do not quote or copy, and make sure you cite/reference using APA standards.
    • Include your first and last names at the very end of the document to identify yourself as the author.
  • Format:
    • Write in complete sentences, and present your process in a numbered list form.
    • Format the document so that it looks professional and is highly readable.
  • Length:
    • This document must contain 200–250 words. Should you find this difficult to attain, include your reasoning for the steps.
  • Document name:
    • Use a logical, descriptive name for your Word document. Do not include the course number, unit number, or your name.

Document 2: Write a job description.

  • Preparation: Choose a career from the following list. If you wish to investigate an IT career not on this list, you must receive prior permission from the professor (ask via email). Note that the professor reserves the right to deny requests, and if this occurs, will give you a reason.
    • Computer Programmer
    • Cybersecurity Specialist
    • Database Administrator
    • Graphics/Multimedia Designer
    • Information Security Analyst
    • IT Project Manager
    • Network Administrator
    • Tech Support / Help Desk
    • Webmaster
  • Content:
    • Write a suitable descriptive title in the document.
    • Provide content as explained in the Reading PDF.
      • Invent information about the company (do not copy from the course).
      • This person will work at the Springfield campus.
      • Do not include a salary or a salary range.
      • While reviewing job descriptions online may be helpful, do not copy, quote, or cite sources. This description must be written from your understanding of the job itself.
    • Include your first and last names at the very end of the document to identify yourself as the author.
  • Format:
    • This will be a combination of a few paragraphs and several lists. Review the Reading PDF for this information.
    • Format the document so that it looks professional and is highly readable.
  • Length:
    • This document must contain 200–250 words.
  • Document name:
    • Use a logical, descriptive name for your Word document. Do not include the course number, unit number, or your name.

Document 3: Develop interview questions.

  • Content:
    • Write a suitable descriptive title in the document.
    • Identify the job for which these questions are relevant. This must relate to the job description you wrote for Document 2.
    • Develop six (6) interview questions that the manager will ask candidates who are invited for interviews.
      • Write meaningful questions that will help you focus on the candidate’s qualifications and suitability for the job that you advertised. Assume you already know the person’s name and that you will not be asking simple questions that should be found in his/her resume.
      • Write open-ended questions (see the Reading PDF).
      • Do not ask illegal or unethical questions (see the Reading PDF).
      • Do not use source material for this document; it is okay to peruse online ideas, but you must write this entirely in your own words and use your critical thinking.
    • For each of your six questions, explain what you intend to learn from the candidate’s answers. Examples are given in the Reading PDF.
    • Include your first and last names at the very end of the document to identify yourself as the author.
  • Format:
    • Write in complete sentences, and present your questions in list form. Reasoning should follow each question. You may use the bulleted format shown in the Reading PDF examples.
    • Format the document so that it looks professional and is highly readable.
  • Length:
    • There is no designated length except for ensuring that you have six complete questions accompanied by reasons for asking them.
  • Document name:
    • Use a logical, descriptive name for your Word document. Do not include the course number, unit number, or your name.

Directions for Submitting Your Assignment

  • Name your Word documents descriptively as explained above. Do not zip these in one folder together; the Dropbox will allow multiple

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