do the job

do the job

To serve a particular purpose satisfactorily. A broom would really do the job here, but we'll have to make do without it. Go get me a stapler—tape won't do the job with a tear this big.
See also: job

do the ˈjob/ˈtrick

(informal) do what is needed or wanted: These pills should do the job. You’ll feel better in no time.I tried many different ways to stop smoking. Acupuncture finally did the trick.
See also: job, trick
References in classic literature ?
Some superstitious old carpenters, now, would be tied up in the rigging, ere they would do the job. But I'm made of knotty Aroostook hemlock; I don't budge.
EVERYONE who works has a degree of trust placed on them by their employers to do the job for which they are paid.
It tends to be the 20- to 35-year-old age group that really accepts the fact that women can do the job as well as men."
An organization that understands the value of communication and is willing to invest enough money in it to make it pay off shouldn't be discounted because another organization is too short-sighted or penurious to do the job right.
I got my first full-time management job because someone who knew me through two national organizations believed I could do the job. I had no track record at that point.