Janice

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Board of Director
*Job description
A board of directors legally represents the interests of a corporation's stakeholders. Those stakeholders include stockholders of a publicly held corporation, donors to a nonprofit corporation and/or the communities served by either. As their representatives, the board members have the responsibility of establishing, guiding and assessing the overall direction of the corporation.

* Job Specification a job specification is a written statement of educational qualifications, specific qualities, level of experience, physical, emotional, technical and communication skills required to perform a job, responsibilities involved in a job and other unusual sensory demands. It also includes general health, mental health, intelligence, aptitude, memory, judgment, leadership skills, emotional ability, adaptability, flexibility, values and ethics, manners and creativity, etc.
Purpose of Job Specification
 Described on the basis of job description, job specification helps candidates analyze whether are eligible to apply for a particular job vacancy or not.
 It helps recruiting team of an organization understand what level of qualifications, qualities and set of characteristics should be present in a candidate to make him or her eligible for the job opening.
 Job Specification gives detailed information about any job including job responsibilities, desired technical and physical skills, conversational ability and much more.
 It helps in selecting the most appropriate candidate for a particular job.

Finance director *Job Description
Working alongside a businesses’ MD or CEO, the Finance Director will not only be an exceptional accountant, hands on with company finances but be commercially aware, advising on the best path of growth for the business.
*Job Specification

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