19 Mar 2023
Full-Time Temporary Scheduling Coordinator – Cape Town
During your time as a Scheduling Coordinator, you will be in charge of leading a team that utilizes its skills and knowledge to developing new, cost-effective ways to optimize production control output and continuous development. You will be in charge of the strategic direction and initiatives that will guarantee that the product is coordinated, monitored, and that the manufacturing cycle is completed on time and under budget.
Job Title : Temporary Scheduling Coordinator
Location : Cape Town, Cape Town, South Africa
Salary : $ 21.4 per hour.
Company : Peacock
Job Type : Full-Time
- The Manager, Scheduling will supervise and teach you on how to do spot checks for other schedulers as needed.
- Effectively connect with service providers through email, text message, and other ways.
- With the assistance of operations and HR, undertake field inspections of new hires to ensure that future members of the team have adequate visibility and documentation.
- Gains and makes readily accessible to the physician important information such as office, OR, and PAT records; labs, blood tests, and imaging; and new patient letters to mention just a few examples of the types of information that may be generated and made available to the physician.
- Ascertain that the work assigned to the field workers is manageable, and alert management if there are any anomalies in the performance of the personnel on site.
- Look at essential routes and limits to see how changes would effect the schedule and come up with solutions. This can assist you understand how changes may effect the timeline and devise remedies.
- Keep a watch on the field’s operation for management reports is crucial. Keep in mind that Productivity, overtime, mileage, and other essential resource measures are all included in this.
- Formalize manual assignments for field personnel to do duties like as traveling to working sites and responding to emergencies. You may also rent various pieces of equipment for teams to utilize when they are on the job site.
- Accurately answer incoming phone calls and email messages. Make outbound calls or emails to clients or interpreters to follow up on assignments, resolve cancellations or questions, or reschedule services for customers.
- Adjust crew schedules in real time in response to resource changes or changing business situations that may occur during the day.
- Having the ability to adapt rapidly and effectively to new technologies and organizations, as well as the capacity to flourish in a high-pressure, high-speed workplace.
- Expertise in scheduling and coordinating customer requests, as well as the ability to work in a professional office environment, are also required.
- A strong ability to interact effectively with a wide set of people, including hospital administration, staff, and physicians. Outstanding communication skills.
- Indicators include physical, emotional, educational, and safety-related knowledge and skills shown in the course of providing care.
- avoid schedule issues and alleviate the logistical burden that is imposed on field staff, consider improvising and inventing methods.