What's it like to be a Scheduler?
Schedulers coordinate daily schedules and manage the flow of people and operations. They create rosters, contribute to capacity planning and perform administrative tasks to ensure work is delivered on time and within a budget. Schedulers often work within a medical practice or health facility, and can also work in construction, transport and resources industries.
Latest Scheduler jobs on SEEK
How to become a Scheduler
- Consider completing a relevant VET qualification. This could be a Certificate III in Business (BSB30120) or Diploma of Business (BSB50120).
- Gain experience in an entry-level role that involves administrative tasks, preparing rosters and/or computer work.
- Additional requirements may apply if you want to be a Scheduler in construction or engineering industries. These can include a trade qualification or industry experience.
- Consider enhancing your skills and career options by completing a bachelor degree in business administration or a related field.
Explore related qualifications
SEEK users who have worked as a Scheduler have studied these qualifications.
This VET diploma provides you with a foundation in business and may be used as a pathway into a Bachelor degree.
With this certificate you will gain the skills needed for entry level roles across a range of industry sectors.
Develop broad skills in science to prepare for opportunities in a range of industries with this qualification.