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What is an ACT WorkKeys Job Profile?

The ACT WorkKeys job profiling service offers a concrete way for businesses to analyze the skills needed for specific jobs and to describe those needs to job applicants. By comparing job profile information with individuals’ scores on the WorkKeys assessments, businesses have a tool for making reliable decisions about hiring, training and program development.

A Job Profile Can Provide:

  • Streamlined training
  • Reduced turnover
  • Tool for use in hiring and promotion practice
  • Better return on your investment
  • Opportunity to grow your business

What makes up the job profiling process?

  • Creation of an Initial Task List
  • Task analysis
  • Skill Analysis
  • Documentation

The first step in the profiling process involves contacting the employer. The profiler will then obtain information about the job to be profiled, schedule the profiling session, explain resources and subject matter expert requirements and schedule a tour of the incumbent's workplace.

The time required to complete a profile depends on the complexity of the job, the number of skills profiled and the availability of the subject matter experts.

How can I get a job profiled?

If you are interested in WorkKeys job profiling, contact Susan Kuzmic at or 405-717-4923; ACT Authorized Job Profiler Carol Farris, or 918-906-5144; Jason George, or 918-683-8553; or your local technology center business and industry director.

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