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Job Description for Account Coordinator

Account coordinator is generally an entry-level public relations job in which an individual takes care of day-to-day activities servicing account holders. They often deal with marketing, advertising, and other clerical and administrative duties related to marketing. They perform tasks such as writing press releases and media writing, research and creating presentations, and attending public events as a representative of the company. The work environment can vary widely from an office setting to business meetings to even outdoor events; the job may require some traveling as well. An accounts coordinator can work for many different companies, but they are typically found in industries or departments that deal with public relations and media.

An accounts coordinator must have excellent people skills, which they must use to maintain good relationships with their company’s clients. They also need strong organizational skills, as they will assist with planning events, maintaining research databases, and scheduling meetings. This position is usually entry-level, and account coordinators typically have recently graduated from a bachelor's program in publications, communications, or a related field. A customer service background or other experience working with the public generally is preferred.
Account Coordinator Tasks
  • Develop working relationship with clients and produce monthly reports.
  • Coordinate with account executives to research and develop client programs.
  • Develop and execute a comprehensive public relations program for clients.

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Less than 1 year
1-4 years

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