Week 2: Self-Assessment
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There are FOUR parts to the Self-Assessment.
Part 1: Reflect on your results from the self-assessment exercises you’ve done from the textbook, as well as others you might have done in the past, and complete the table below. Review current or past jobs to identify your transferable skills. Develop an inventory of your most marketable career-related ...view middle of the document...
2.The core focus of my job was to manage the staff, mediate problems between employees, encourage them when they are not doing well. Many times I was able to build top performers out of people who other managers thought were lacking.
3.I was also responsible for communicating the goals of the store and negotiating with customers to maximize sales.
Core values I want my work to reflect are . . . (minimum 5)
Part 2: Describe your ideal job. (20 POINTS)
MY IDEAL JOB
In my ideal job, is a job that would help me enhances my knowledge and skills. A job that would help me grow professionally and personally as a person. A job that would interest me and challenge me at the same time, forcing me to give my best every day. My ideal job would be in cutting edge technology
Part 3: Identify your one-, two-, and five-year career goals, create a list of possible employers of choice in your career field (minimum 3), possible job titles for your one-, two-, and five-year goals (one for each goal), and current salary ranges for those job titles. (30 POINTS)
Career Goals Potential Employers (minimum 3) Possible Job Titles (minimum 3) Current Salary Ranges (for each job title)
My one-year career goal is . . .to get my foot in the door of this highly competitive field and continue to look for better opportunities 1.EMC
3.Northrup Grumman 1.Enginner I
3.Engineering Specialist 1. $50 – $55k
2. $55 - $60k
3. $54 - $60k
My two-year career goal is . . .to demonstrate my leadership abilities and be hone my engineering skills to move to the next level
3.Novatronics Inc. 1. Engineer II
2. Industrial Engineer
3. Senior Engineer 1. $70 - $75k
2. $75 - $80k
3. $78 - $85k
My five-year career goal is . . .establish myself as a leader, and an exemplary employee while showcasing my leadership abilities and move up through the...