Getting a staffing coordinator job.

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How did you get your start doing staffing coordinator work, and what career moves did you make to get to your current position?

Do you need a particular educational background?

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Happy in San Jose, California

124 months ago

An administrative background & knowledge of Outlook is a plus. If you work at a current company ask the staffing team if you could help with scheduling even if it's just a small amount of scheduling atleast that way you understand how to schedule.

Once you do it once, it's pretty easy, but just a lot of juggling and coordinating. Think of it like this. When you make an appt. say for the CEO and a VP you would add them both to outlook and also reserve a conference room right.

Well, scheduling interviews is similar, but it involves you pulling up every team members schedule and coordinating time slots from begenning to end and booking a conference room all through outlook.

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Catera in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

112 months ago

It depends on the staffing company. I started with Freedom 4 months ago, I talked about my customer service/management/computer skills and they put me on a probationary period to try me out and here I am!

Having a current, well thought out resume is also key. You can go on to help you with that.

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