Scheduler

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How to become a Scheduler

Those who possess good communication skills, attention to detail, are innately skilled in forging new relationships, have superior critical thinking skills, strong technical skills and have the ability to multitask while adhering to strict deadlines may make great schedulers. If you are interested in becoming a scheduler, you at least need a high school diploma. However, many positions require an associate's or even a bachelor's degree. In general, you should have received some education in supply chain management and be prepared to learn about the industry you are entering. You must also be technically inclined and/or be prepared to take technical training courses to sharpen your computer skills.

What skills help Schedulers find jobs?

  • Primavera P6
  • Primavera
  • Phone Etiquette
  • Customer Service
  • Medical Scheduling
  • Microsoft Project
  • Microsoft Word
  • Data Entry
  • Microsoft Outlook
  • Computer Skills
  • Excel
  • Medical Terminology

Career progression for Scheduler

Education levels for Schedulers

0%4%11%28%57%Doctoral DegreeMaster's DegreeAssociate's DegreeBachelor's DegreeHigh School Diploma or GED

Based on the requirements of Scheduler job openings on Indeed in the United States within the last three years.

Expected salary by experience

0-44-88-1212-1616-2020-24Years of experience30k32k33k35k37kAnnual salary in USD

Based on resume data from Indeed users who reported working as a Scheduler in the United States within the last three years.

Common qualifications for Schedulers

  • Driver's License
  • Certified Home Health Aide
  • Certified Financial Services Auditor
  • CNA
  • LPN
  • Passenger Endorsement
  • Doubles/Triples Endorsement
  • CDL A
  • CPR Certification
  • Medical License
  • First Aid Certification
  • RN