Human Resources Coordinator
A human resources coordinator is a person whose job is to lead recruitment processes, sort, and filter resumes, conduct telephone interviews and frontal interviews, accompany the recruits until the start of their work in the company, and work with managers in a variety of areas in the company, handle employee inquiries and general welfare. There may be differences between the positions of human resources coordinators responsible for the various companies. Still, they are usually responsible for one or more areas than those mentioned (recruitment, welfare, accompaniment, and training).
The requirements are usually a bachelor's degree in a relevant field such as human resources or social sciences, excellent services and human relations, control of Office software, ability to work independently and in a team, high-level English, task management ability, ability to work under pressure and flexibility.
Administration and Human Resources
Administration is a general concept that includes a variety of office work that must be done for the proper functioning of a company, such as filing, local accounting, customer service and providing a solution for the company's employees, creating reports and balance sheets, managing diaries and more. Accordingly, administrative work requires many skills, especially the ability to handle multi-tasking, work under pressure, order and organization, and the like. As a result, administration positions can be very different from each other, and each position can include additional responsibilities, depending on the specific job definition of each employer.
The field of human resources also dramatically impacts the functioning of various companies, as human resource is the most valuable resource for most of them. The company's employees are the ones who drive it forward, so a great responsibility rests on the shoulders of human resources people - to find the most suitable people for each business. A recruitment and placement coordinator or human resources coordinator can be integrated into the human resources departments of large companies or work in companies that deal with the recruitment and placement of employees.
Secretarial or clerical work is an office job that aims to give an administrative answer to the office or company employees, keep an office diary, coordinate meetings, handle information that comes to the office, prepare meeting rooms, give telephone answers and refer to the appropriate person and so on. In addition, some secretaries have specialized, for example, a medical secretary, a secretary general, etc. Therefore, in some places, there may be a requirement for a professional certificate or a professional certificate from the Ministry of Welfare and Labor.
Standard requirements are usually mastery of computer applications and Office software, quick learning ability, excellent interpersonal skills, command of English, and head magnification. An advantage may be given to those with previous experience, those familiar with the SAP system, and those with basic accounting knowledge.
Organizational consulting is a field that focuses on the processes that take place in the organization and its environment, and its goal is to improve the functioning of the organization. To do this, the organizational consultant must understand the organization most profoundly, that is, its strengths and weaknesses, the culture practiced in it, identify the managers' abilities in it and draw conclusions from it. Thus, the organizational consultant should be influential and charismatic, can learn quickly, and accompany the various processes personally.
An organizational consultant is needed in companies that need change or those that are growing and expanding. The requirements are usually an academic degree in fields such as psychology or behavioral sciences, and a master's degree in organizational consulting is a significant advantage. Also, the organizational consultant is required to have good interpersonal communication, ability to work independently and self-discipline, ability to cooperate, ability to withstand pressure, seriousness, creativity, and initiative.
Secretary to the CEO
The primary role of a senior secretary is ongoing administrative assistance for a senior executive, such as a CEO or VP. The position of Secretary General, or any other senior secretary, contains many areas of responsibility such as answering the phone, keeping a diary, coordinating meetings to, managing meeting rooms, and providing an ongoing response to all parties who contact the senior position holder.
A senior secretary position requires experience in the field of the secretariat and in an administrative position, experience in dealing with senior officials, representativeness, a very high sense of service, control of Office software, and the ability to work under pressure. To work in a position, an academic degree is not necessarily required. Still, due to the skills required, many employers consider an academic degree an advantage. High-level English may be required.
Managing an office is an essential and multifaceted job, thanks to which the office can function well and efficiently. The office manager or administrative manager usually includes day-to-day management of the office, including managing diaries, coordinating meetings, receiving audiences, answering telephone and e-mails, filing, typing, printing, basic bookkeeping, and more. In addition, the office manager must provide an administrative response to managers and deal with employees and suppliers.
Job requirements are usually order and organization, ability to work with different interfaces, control of Office software, ability to learn quickly, creativity, ability to work in a team, excellent human relations, ability to drive processes, responsibility, and head magnification. Advantages may be given to those with knowledge of accounting, those with knowledge of labor law, and previous experience.
Human Resource Manager
The Human Resources Manager manages all aspects of human resources and personnel in companies and organizations. As part of his job, the human resources manager is responsible for recruiting candidates for work at the company, employee welfare, monitoring employment conditions, organizing training and coaching for employees, organizing training days, creating promotion tracks for outstanding students, evaluating employees, and providing detailed feedback. Human resource managers are needed both in large companies, where they are responsible for their staff and management and in small companies as employees independently.
The position of Human Resources Manager requires a relevant bachelor's degree, experience in the field of human resources, ability to manage staff, good human relations, control of Office software, responsibility, and assertiveness. High-level managerial experience and English may be required.
A personal assistant is a person who is usually subordinate to a senior official in a company or organization, and his job is to assist him in all areas. Among other things, the personal assistant should assist with professional matters such as arranging schedules, handling logistics and organization, managing information, contacting various parties, and sometimes assisting with personal issues as well. In general, the role of the personal assistant is to handle day-to-day tasks to allow the person they work under to take on other tasks.
Standard requirements for this position are academic education (not necessarily in a particular field), high-level English, experience working with senior executives, mastering Office software, experience in secretarial and administration, excellent interpersonal relationships, responsibility, head magnification, and systemic vision. Those with experience in similar positions may be given an advantage.
Recruitment and Placement Coordinator
A recruitment and placement coordinator is a person whose job is to locate employees, recruit them, match them for a job and accompany them until they are hired. The recruitment and placement coordinator filters out resumes that come to him, selects the right ones, and interviews potential employees. Then, he refers to the most suitable candidates for positions in various companies. The recruitment and placement coordinator should know the company to which he is referring potential candidates to maximize the satisfaction of both the candidate and the employing company.
Job requirements are usually a degree in a relevant field such as human resources (this requirement is not required in all recruitment companies) or experience in recruitment, diligence, high motivation, excellent human relations, head augmentation, control of computer applications, management capabilities, organization, and order. There are general recruitment companies, but there are also recruitment companies that focus on a particular field, such as high-tech or industry, so that it may give an advantage to those with a background in the area.