This week, we will link the process of truly understanding yourself with that of the initial phases of finding the job of your dreams. To do this, you will need to complete the Personality Analysis and Job Consideration Report. The steps for this assignment are listed below.
PART 1: TAKING THE ASSESSMENTS
• Log into the My Compass to My Career site. For instructions for using this site, review the MCMC Student User Guide (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site..
• Once on the site, you should go to your profile and verify that all the information is correct.
• Next, you will need to complete the 16 Personalities Assessment. To find this in your My Compass to My Career portal, please follow the steps listed below.
o Click on the Explore tab.
o Select the Realize Your Full Value tab.
o Click on the Assessments tab.
o Select the 16 Personalities under the Personalities section.
o Complete the NERIS Type Explorer personality assessment.
• Once finished, be sure to review the results and the full analysis provided to you.
• Now you should convert your results into the Keirsey Temperament Sorter code. The process for this is explained in Exhibit 3.5 in your text.
PART 2: CONSIDER AND ESTABLISH YOUR IDEAL FUTURE AS IT RELATES TO YOUR PROGRAM OF STUDY AT DEVRY UNIVERSITY.
• You will use this information to describe your ideal future on the Personality Analysis and Job Consideration Report Template.
PART 3: IDENTIFY AND CREATE YOUR 1-, 2-, AND 5-YEAR CAREER GOALS AND ASSOCIATE THESE GOALS WITH THE POTENTIAL EMPLOYERS, JOB TITLES, AND SALARY RANGES THAT GO WITH THEM. THIS IS AN EXERCISE IN CRITICAL THINKING, TAKE THIS OPPORTUNITY TO EXPLORE POSSIBILITIES – PLEASE DO NOT LIMIT YOURSELF TO ONE ORGANIZATION (CONDUCT AN ENVIRONMENTAL SCAN OF THE INDUSTRY) OR EMPLOYMENT ONLY.
• Develop your 1-, 2-, and 5-year career goals. Consider these goals as the stepping stones of achieving that ideal future that you established above. Make sure you insert them on the template embedded at the end of these instructions.
• Research (and list potential employers, organizations, and people that fit within the timeframe of these goals. This requires a minimum of one organization, but it could be more, depending on your current access to the field of your dreams.
• Determine three possible job titles offered at this organization that fit within your 1-, 2-, and 5-year plans.
• Research the current salary ranges for these job titles. This can be done at www.salary.com (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site..
PART 4: REFLECTION
• The final stage of any activity should always be to reflect on what you learned during the process. For this, you will need to provide a written summary of what you learned about yourself and the characteristics of your dream job as a result of the reflection and research you have done in this assignment.
Record your outcomes and observations on the Personality Analysis and Job Consideration Report Template.docx
Do not forget to submit your assignment.
The grading rubric for this assignment is listed below.
Assignment Components Points
Part 1: Analyzing the Results The six required questions are addressed and a minimum of two to three sentences are used to respond (six questions at 2 points each). 10
Part 2: Describing the Ideal Job The student’s ideal job is listed and described (2 points for listing of job; four points for description). 5
Part 3: Linking Your Goals to the Job • The 1-, 2-, and 5-year goals are stated and listed in the SMART goal format (three goals at 5 points each for a total of 15 points).
• A list of potential employers are listed for each stated goal (three employers at 2 points each for a total of 6 points).
• A minimum of three possible job titles are provided per each stated yearly goal (nine titles at 2 points each for a total of 18 points).
• A salary range per each job title is provided per each stated yearly goal (nine ranges at 2 points each for a total of 18 points). 40
Part 4: Reflection Summary A reflection summary is written and has a minimum of 100 words. 10
Format/Grammar There are no grammar or spelling errors within the assignment. 5