Introduction: identifying effective factors in creating job motivation is necessitate to promote productivity and job satisfaction of faculty members. This study has been done in order to determining job motivation factors based on opinions of faculty members of Qazvin University of medical sciences.
Methods: in this analytical descriptive study, 100 current faculty members of Qums participated to identify potential effective job motivations. Data collection tool is a 42 items questionnaire which has been designed based on Herzberg two factor's theory. Content validity and reliability of the questionnaire are confirmed by test – retest. The result of the findings are presented as frequency tables. Data were analysed by using chi – square, Fisher exact test and SPSS software, significant level of 5 percent is considered, too.
Results: from the faculty members view points, internal and external factors are effective in 95 and 92 percent, respectively. Among the internal factors, quality of job, job success, responsibilities of job, progress and promotion in job, acknowledgement and appreciation of staffs are the most important to the least ones respectively. Also, among external factors, manner of relation, working environment condition, job security, manner of supervision in the working environment, current policies in the working environment and salary are the most to the least factors, respectively.
Conclusion: from the view points of faculty members, motivation as internal factors is more important then health from external factors in creating job motivation. The findings of this study are consistent with Hrzbrg theories. This study demonstrated that quality of work is the most important factor in creating job motivation and success.