Typically, organizations use their human resources or personnel department to create job description templates. In some cases however, a departmental group, a manager, or another individual (usually the direct supervisor of a position) might be responsible for creating one. In any case, make sure the creator of the template is familiar with the company’s or organization’s needs.
Writing job descriptions is deceptively difficult. It’s a vital part of scaling your business while maintaining consistency because it ensures you’ll end up with employees who are a better fit for your organization. My recommendation would be to structure the process. You can use our job description sample to assign the task to the HR department, or you can use the template to help you write your own.