FULL-TIME | SERVICE ORIENTED | EXCELLENT COMMUNICATION
Are you looking to grow with a fun and dynamic company? Do your references describe you as a person that goes above and beyond? Are you a positive, enthusiastic person who finds joy in helping others? Do you exude warmth, professionalism, and confidence? If so, we would love to hear from you!
Educated Nannies is seeking a confident and kind, hard-working leader, with a can-do attitude to join our growing company as the Placement Coordinator in a full-time remote role!
Our small, close-knit team of 5 thrives with a “no task too big or small” energy. Everyone wears a lot of hats and seamlessly supports each other throughout our interactions with families and candidates. Our team works best with people who bring positivity and professionalism to our virtual office and who are friendly, trustworthy, detail-oriented, efficient, and upbeat!
The Placement Coordinator is an important and multi-faceted role for someone who is excited to learn and work virtually alongside a small, close-knit team that is based out of California. The Placement Coordinator is responsible for working with clients and candidates and guiding them throughout their search process. Responsibilities include interviewing nannies and newborn care specialists, writing job descriptions, client/candidate communication, introducing candidates to families, coordinating and scheduling interviews and trials, following up with candidates, calling references, and ensuring the employment relationships are set up for success. The ideal candidate for this role is confident, a professional communicator, and comfortable speaking with high-profile, high-net-worth families and their household teams.
Hours per week: The Placement Coordinator will work 40-45 hours per week Monday-Friday between 9 am and 5:30 pm PST with flexibility.
Collaborating with the team on selecting candidates who are a match for specific families
Pitching candidates jobs
Writing job descriptions and posting them on recruiting platforms
Interviewing nannies and newborn care specialists
Client/Candidate Database management
Presenting candidates to families via email and following up with additional questions or feedback
Guiding families throughout their search process
Coordinating and scheduling interviews
Coordinating and scheduling trial dates
Assisting families with final hiring steps
Providing guidance and best practices to families around onboarding their new employee
Following up with client/candidate to provide support and guidance throughout the employment relationship
High emotional intelligence, ability to work independently, extremely detail-oriented, ability to multitask efficiently and with care, professional and polished, service-oriented heart, motivated, strong written and verbal communication skills, excited to be part of a close-knit, growing team, excellent time management skills, eagerness to learn and grow rapidly with a small business.
Bachelor’s degree is strongly preferred
Experience in childcare, social work, non-profit sector, private sector, working with or in high-net-worth households, and/or working remotely is a huge plus!
Ability to learn quickly and work independently
Outstanding work ethic
Professional phone presence
Excellent communication skills
Exceptional professional references
Longevity in previous jobs