For transitional jobs (TJ) or subsidized employment programs to cultivate employer partners effectively, it is necessary to have job development professionals on staff. Successful job development professionals have strong skills in sales and networking, industry knowledge, previous experience recruiting employers, and established employer relationships. This resource is an example of a job description for a Business Services Representative. Employment programs may also choose to call this role a Job Developer. This document describes a Business Services Representative's essential duties and responsibilities, qualifications, and competencies. This resource is intended for use as a template that program providers can reference in creating their own, program-specific job description.