What is it like working as a Marketing Coordinator?
Marketing Coordinator in Plains:
Pros: Developing relationships, designing marketing material, obtaining new patients and retaining existing patients, public relations, social media marketing.
Cons: Trying to come up with new promotional offers on a consistent basis. This is a bit difficult in the dental industry.
Marketing Coordinator in Seattle:
"Consumer Facing Brand Marketing."
Pros: Direct engagement with core consumers.
Travel and participation in and around to core sports related destinations.
Opportunity to work with athletes and brand ambassadors, and relationship building collaboration with other industry brands.
Great team within the department manager level and below.
Cons: Lacking support from executive and director management staff.
Lack of transparency and brand vision.
Poor compensation, pay increases do not reflect quality of work or standard cost of living.
Marketing Coordinator in Southfield:
Pros: Variation in day to day work, steady work flow, graphic design projects, vendor management, project management, work atmosphere, office space, coworkers,
Cons: Management, disorganization, corporate culture, micro management, condescending treatment.
Marketing Coordinator in Atlanta:
"Marketing for a medical practice."
Pros: The chance to learn so many new things and work in an exciting field.
Marketing Coordinator in Burlington:
Pros: Casual Work Environment, Team Work Environment, Short Commute, Friendly Environment.
Cons: Don't feel that I am paid industry wide standard and my vast experience in general.