A working job title is that which is commonly accepted for the position.
The job description is the official description of the employee’s duties. The description of the duties related to supervisory responsibility for youth may appear in any of these sections of a job description:
Nature and Purpose
Major Duties and Responsibilities
Duties and Tasks
6. Job convention means the actual duties and responsibilities of the employee regardless of job title or description. The employee is involved in activities with youth if he or she has supervision responsibility for youth, when he or she directs or works with youth without the direct physical supervision of another employee, or where there is a reasonable expectation that the employee will be the sole adult working directly with the youth.
7.Any employee (UC or County) who has access to results of the background investigation process for either employees or volunteers, including the review of criminal records obtained from DOJ or FBI, must be fingerprinted and cleared under State law.
All of the information collected and compiled should be entered in the Position Information Packet, including the Position Description and the Position Questionnaire. A word processing document covering all of the appropriate sections may be substituted for the actual form.
Signatures: For vacant positions, the supervisor should sign on the last page of the position description. And, the supervisor and Department Head should sign on the last page of the position questionnaire. If there is an incumbent in the position, the incumbent should sign on the position description and the last page of the position questionnaire.
Guidelines for Writing a Job Description