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Based on 313 responses, the job of Administrative Coordinator has received a job satisfaction rating of 3.74 out of 5. On average, Administrative Coordinators are highly satisfied with their job.
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Q: What is it like working as an Administrative Coordinator?

November 2018
Administrative Coordinator in Johannesburg:
Pros: Meeting new people
Cons: Traffic
November 2019
"I really like working her but want to receive better compensation."
Administrative Coordinator in Chicago:
Pros: Autonomy and the opportunity to grow and develop in my department.
Cons: Lack of transparency
December 2013
Administrative Coordinator:
Pros: Fun environment. Flexible.
Cons: Long commute. No bonus. No paid overtime. Poor salary.
January 2014
Administrative Coordinator:
Pros: I have learned a great deal and continue to learn.
Cons: I am one person doing the work of at least 2 people.
February 2014
"That I Would Be Given Responsibilities Outside My Experience."
Administrative Coordinator:
Realize that it is not a 100 percentage office based job. It is not glamorous, it is physically hard work. You have to be able to work unsupervised and be motivated and manage your workload yourself. There is lots of communication with technical contractors and internal staff to assist you completing your duties and achieving company goals.
February 2014
"Keep Learning."
Administrative Coordinator:
Take advantage of all learning offered by your employer and/or anything you can afford to expand your skills.
March 2014
"New Opportunities And Learning Curves."
Administrative Coordinator:
Pros: The ability to learn more and more new things everyday and accepting challenges and driving myself to succeed. Training staff and taking on new responsibilities. Managing hygiene and pest services.
Cons: Not knowing what where I will go from here.