Lesson	
  5:	
  	
  

Personality	
  Types	
  

Created	
  by	
  Vantage	
  HRS	
  for	
  the	
  Centers	
  of	
  Medicare...
Overview:	
  
Create	
  Your	
  Job	
  Objec7ve	
  
The	
  Purpose	
  of	
  this	
  module	
  is	
  to	
  take	
  what	
  ...
Why	
  Create	
  Your	
  Job	
  Objec7ve?	
  
If	
  you	
  haven’t	
  decided	
  or	
  are	
  unsure	
  about	
  your	
  j...
Exercise:	
  
Create	
  Your	
  Job	
  Objec7ve	
  
As	
  you	
  work	
  on	
  crea?ng	
  your	
  job	
  objec?ve,	
  cons...
What	
  is	
  a	
  Job	
  Objec7ve?	
  
	
  A	
  Job	
  Objec?ve	
  is	
  a	
  statement	
  that	
  describes	
  your	
  n...
Job	
  Objec7ve	
  Examples	
  
Here	
  are	
  some	
  examples	
  of	
  job	
  objec?ves:	
  
•  Project	
  manager	
  wi...
Worksheet:	
  
Create	
  Your	
  Job	
  Objec7ve	
  
To	
  complete	
  this	
  exercise	
  you	
  will	
  want	
  to	
  pr...
Exercise:	
  
Create	
  Your	
  Job	
  Objec7ve	
  
Job	
  Objec7ve	
  Format	
  
My	
  job	
  objec?ve	
  is	
  a	
  {ins...
Exercise:	
  
Job	
  Objec7ve	
  Considera7ons	
  
•  	
  If	
  you	
  cannot	
  write	
  a	
  single	
  job	
  objec?ve	
...
Worksheet:	
  
Create	
  Your	
  Job	
  Objec7ve	
  
To	
  complete	
  this	
  exercise	
  you	
  will	
  want	
  to	
  pr...
Exercise:	
  
Create	
  Your	
  Job	
  Objec7ve	
  
I	
  am	
  currently	
  exploring	
  a	
  posi?on	
  as	
  a	
  {inser...
Congratula7ons!	
  
	
  By	
  comple?ng	
  this	
  course,	
  you	
  have	
  built	
  a	
  strong	
  founda?on	
  for	
  y...
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2.5 CareerAssessment

  1. 1. Lesson  5:     Personality  Types   Created  by  Vantage  HRS  for  the  Centers  of  Medicare  and  Medicaid  Services     1  
  2. 2. Overview:   Create  Your  Job  Objec7ve   The  Purpose  of  this  module  is  to  take  what  you  have  done  so  far,  and  to:     •  Develop  a  vision  of  future  possibili?es  using  past  successes  and  failures;   •  Create  a  job  objec?ve  that  combines  your  past  experience  and  informa?on   to  envision  your  ideal  job;  and   •  Create  your  Career  Transi?on  Statement  (i.e.,  Elevator  Speech).   Created  by  Vantage  HRS  for  the  Centers  of  Medicare  and  Medicaid  Services     2  
  3. 3. Why  Create  Your  Job  Objec7ve?   If  you  haven’t  decided  or  are  unsure  about  your  job  objec?ve,  this  process   may  help  you  discover  the  founda?on  upon  which  to  begin  making  decisions   about  your  future.  We  begin  with  delinea?ng  “ The  Big  Picture”  from  the   previous  sec?ons  to  ensure  that  your  chosen  career  path  fits  with  your   important  mo?va?ons  and  interests.   Keep  in  mind  that  a  job  objec?ve  creates  focus  or  a  target  for  your  job  search;   through  self-­‐awareness  (knowing  what  ‘floats  your  boat’  )  you  can  determine   the  best  direc?on  to  head.  Another  part  of  the  process  is  to  perform  market   research  through  networking,  online,  and  from  organiza?onal  materials  to   assess  your  professional  constraints  for  achieving  an  ideal  job  at  an  ideal   organiza?on.   Created  by  Vantage  HRS  for  the  Centers  of  Medicare  and  Medicaid  Services     3  
  4. 4. Exercise:   Create  Your  Job  Objec7ve   As  you  work  on  crea?ng  your  job  objec?ve,  consider  the  following  ques?ons:   •  •  •  •  •  Work  Values:  Why  Do  I  Work?   Interests:  What  Are  Mine?   Personality  Factors:  What  Characteris?cs  Should  I  Keep  In  Mind?   Career  Fields  I  Want  to  Consider?   Geographical  Loca?ons  and/or  Organiza?ons  to  Explore?   Created  by  Vantage  HRS  for  the  Centers  of  Medicare  and  Medicaid  Services     4  
  5. 5. What  is  a  Job  Objec7ve?    A  Job  Objec?ve  is  a  statement  that  describes  your  next  job  in  terms  of  a:   •  Job  ?tle,  func?on,  or  role;   •  Type  of  organiza?on;  and   •  Brief  descrip?on  of  key  skills  or  knowledge  you  wish  to  use.   Created  by  Vantage  HRS  for  the  Centers  of  Medicare  and  Medicaid  Services     5  
  6. 6. Job  Objec7ve  Examples   Here  are  some  examples  of  job  objec?ves:   •  Project  manager  with  a  small  technical  consul?ng  firm   •  Human  Resource  Administrator  for  a  major  mining  corpora?on   •  Lecturer  in  your  field  of  specializa?on  at  a  college  or  university   Now,  you  are  ready  to  create  your  own  job  objec?ve.   Created  by  Vantage  HRS  for  the  Centers  of  Medicare  and  Medicaid  Services     6  
  7. 7. Worksheet:   Create  Your  Job  Objec7ve   To  complete  this  exercise  you  will  want  to  print  the   Lesson  5  Worksheet:  Create  Your  Job  Objec7ve,   and  fill  it  out  as  you  go  along  .     All  worksheets  are  available  from  the  course  page   on  the  CMSVCC.com  website.     Created  by  Vantage  HRS  for  the  Centers  of  Medicare  and  Medicaid  Services     7  
  8. 8. Exercise:   Create  Your  Job  Objec7ve   Job  Objec7ve  Format   My  job  objec?ve  is  a  {insert  job  ?tle  or  descrip?on}  posi?on  in  a  {insert  type   of  company,  organiza?on,  or  ac?vity}  organiza?on  using  my  {insert  skill/ knowledge},  {insert  skill/knowledge},  and  {insert  skill/knowledge}.   Job  Objec7ve  Example   My  job  objec?ve  is  a  branch  chief  posi?on  in  a  federal  agency  that  focuses  on   interna?onal  health  that  will  use  my  knowledge  of  the  federal  grants   programs,  processes     Created  by  Vantage  HRS  for  the  Centers  of  Medicare  and  Medicaid  Services     8  
  9. 9. Exercise:   Job  Objec7ve  Considera7ons   •   If  you  cannot  write  a  single  job  objec?ve  because  of  conflic?ng  or   compe?ng  interests,  then  develop  up  to  three  most  likely  objec?ves.   •  You  may  change  your  job  objec?ve  as  you  plan  and  implement  your  job   search  strategy.   •  Remain  flexible  as  you  gain  experience  and  knowledge  as  you  implement   your  campaign.   •  Your  objec?ve  serves  as  the  touchstone  for  all  of  your  job  search  ac?vi?es.   •  Once  you  determine  your  job  objec?ve,  develop  specific  ac?vi?es  to  help   you  alain  your  objec?ve.   •  Cohesively  integrate  your  ac?vi?es  as  part  of  the  job  search  strategy.   Created  by  Vantage  HRS  for  the  Centers  of  Medicare  and  Medicaid  Services     9  
  10. 10. Worksheet:   Create  Your  Job  Objec7ve   To  complete  this  exercise  you  will  want  to  print  the   Lesson  5  Worksheet:  Career  Transi7on  Statement,   and  fill  it  out  as  you  go  along  .     All  worksheets  are  available  from  the  course  page   on  the  CMSVCC.com  website.     Created  by  Vantage  HRS  for  the  Centers  of  Medicare  and  Medicaid  Services     10  
  11. 11. Exercise:   Create  Your  Job  Objec7ve   I  am  currently  exploring  a  posi?on  as  a  {insert  job  ?tle,  name,  or  descrip?on   of  posi?on}.     In  my  most  recent  posi?on  I  worked  at  {insert  type  of  company,  organiza?on,   or  ac?vity}  for  {insert  number  or  amount  of  ?me}  years  as  a  {insert  job  ?tle,   name,  or  descrip?on  of  posi?on}.   In  addi?on  to  this  experience,  I  also  …  (or)  My  career  history  includes  more   than…  {insert  number  or  amount  of  ?me}  years  in  the  field.   My  greatest  strengths  are  {insert  strength},  {insert  strength},  and  {insert   strength}  (give  two  to  three  examples).   Ways  I  have  used  my  strengths  include  {insert  example}  and  {insert  example}   (give  two  to  three  examples).   Created  by  Vantage  HRS  for  the  Centers  of  Medicare  and  Medicaid  Services     11  
  12. 12. Congratula7ons!    By  comple?ng  this  course,  you  have  built  a  strong  founda?on  for  your   transi?on  into  a  fulfilling  career  future.   Remember  that  you  can  –  and  should  –  review  your  career  assessment  and   job  objec?ve  from  ?me  to  ?me  as  you  proceed  in  your  career.     Based  on  what  you  have  created  here,  you  are  ready  to  “take  ac?on”  on  your   career  goals.   Created  by  Vantage  HRS  for  the  Centers  of  Medicare  and  Medicaid  Services     12  

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