Schedulers are administrative professionals who schedule and arrange appointments for a variety of purposes: meetings, appointments or even the production of manufactured goods. As a scheduler, your main function is to schedule appointments, project timelines, meetings or anything else required by the company or organization that employs you. Schedulers can work in a variety of settings including hospitals, trucking companies, manufacturing companies and retail settings. If you gain administrative experience through staff supervision or secretarial work, you may eventually become a scheduler. Schedulers can move higher up in their administrative roles, eventually becoming essential members of management or running entire companies.
Most schedulers are required to hold at least a high school degree or GED. It's also beneficial to complete college work related to the business or industry you represent. Besides having a firm grasp on the industry, schedulers should understand the needs of the company and customer base in order to schedule efficiently. As a scheduler, you should also possess excellent organizational skills and the ability to multitask.
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