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Staffing coordinators are involved in every step of the hiring process. Responsibilities vary, but typical duties include writing job descriptions, reviewing resumes, and scheduling and conducting interviews. Depending on how the human resources division functions, staffing coordinator jobs may require more or less involvement in the hiring process.
But a staffing coordinator’s job doesn’t end with the hiring process. In addition to finding top talent, staffing coordinators are often responsible for scheduling work shifts. They must make sure every shift is covered in a way that meets the needs of the employees. Whether an employee has requested time off for vacation or needs to leave early for a dentist appointment, staffing coordinators must find a way to balance employee and needs.
To qualify for staffing coordinator positions, you must have at least a bachelor’s degree. Business administration, human resources or a related field are recommended areas of study. Additionally, some employers require staffing coordinators to have a master’s degree. Many staffing coordinator jobs are at staffing agencies, but some are in-house positions. Successful staffing coordinators have excellent communication skills and are good problem solvers.
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