JOB ANALYSIS QUESTIONNAIRE (JAQ)

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The following JAQ (Job Analysis Questionnaire) is PAQ’s unique restatement of the DOT’s Revised Handbook for Analyzing Jobs. It gathers data in a manner consistent with the Americans with Disabilities Act including 99 work characteristics such as questions relating to stress, mental demands, use of keyboard, overhead reaching and others that were not as prevalent when the DOT was created. Data submitted is entered into (and may be reviewed at) PAQ’s www.paq.com web site (see “Content”).

Participant Profile
 
Organization Name:
Address:
Zip:
Country:
Source: On-Site  Video  Other
eDOT Job Title:
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(If a direct match exists, enter the full or partial job title you are looking for and click the "Search" button)
Actual Job Title:
Industry:
Study Date: (MM/DD/YYYY)
Interviewed person's years in Job or Supervising job:
Number of Employees in this Job at this Work Location:
Brief Job Description:
SEE CHAPTER 2 AND CHAPTER 13
NOTE: List tasks in order of importance; begin each line with an "action word" (verb). 250 max characters.
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Notes in Red indicate the page of the Revised Handbook for Analyzing Jobs – 1991, last published with the concurrent release of the 1991 U.S. Dictionary of Occupational Titles, “DOT,” and codes for its 12,741 job descriptions found in its companion volume, Selected characteristics of Occupations, Defined in the Revised Dictionary of Occupational Titles – 1993. The JAQ is PAQ’s unique restatement of the DOT’s Revised Handbook. It gathers data in a manner consistent with the Americans with Disabilities Act and includes measures and questions relating to stress, mental demands, use of keyboard, overhead reaching and other factors that were not as prevalent (or existent) in the U.S. workplace when the DOT was created. Data submitted is entered into (and may be reviewed at) PAQ’s www.PAQ.com web site (see “Content”) and www.salariesreview.com.


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