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The Best Digital Job Sheets

Conveniently submit job sheet reports to clients while onsite using mobile-ready job cards.

Published 8 Dec 2020

What is a Job Sheet?

A job sheet is a tool used by workers to document key tasks performed onsite and obtain the required client sign-off upon completion. Job sheets are commonly used across engineering, manufacturing, and trade service businesses.

This article will briefly cover the following:

What is Included in a Job Sheet?

Job sheet templates vary by industry but generally follow this job sheet format:

  • Customer information
  • Description of fault and works carried out
  • Additional works required
  • Costing and materials used
  • Worker and client sign-off

Challenges of Using Paper-based Job Sheets

Given the nature of the information needed following the job sheet format, filling out job sheets present the following challenges:

  • Time-consuming to complete;
  • Burdensome paperwork and difficult to recover; and
  • Difficult to analyze productivity and business KPI insights

Powerful Mobile Job Sheet App

Digitizing your job sheet reports can streamline your productivity, save significant worker hours, and help uncover actionable business insights. iAuditor is the world’s #1 cloud-based inspection platform and can be used to perform paperless job sheet reporting. Complete your job sheets while on-site, take photo evidence, capture digital client signatures and generate PDF reports instantly. Save and analyze all your business records securely online.

To help you get started we have prepared 4 digital job sheet templates you can use with iAuditor. All templates are free to download and easily customizable. No programming skills required.

SafetyCulture Content Specialist

Jona Tarlengco

Jona Tarlengco is a content writer and researcher for SafetyCulture since 2018. She usually writes about safety and quality topics, contributing to the creation of well-researched articles. Her 5-year experience in one of the world’s leading business news organisations helps enrich the quality of the information in her work.

Jona Tarlengco is a content writer and researcher for SafetyCulture since 2018. She usually writes about safety and quality topics, contributing to the creation of well-researched articles. Her 5-year experience in one of the world’s leading business news organisations helps enrich the quality of the information in her work.