Administrative Coordinator Reviews

Q: What is it like working as an Administrative Coordinator?

Administrative Coordinator in Traverse City, Michigan:
"Work flexability, office conditions, stress level."
Pros: Everything, the environment and the people. It is a new company and I feel I am in the beginning stages of its growth. Everyone in the company works together to improve the company overall, regardless of our titles and positions in the company.
Cons: Not always knowing what the next step is going to be.

Administrative Coordinator in Philadelphia:
"It is a good place to work if you have a family."
Pros: I can be flexible with my work schedule. There are opportunities for over-time. I enjoy working with most of my colleagues. The extra time during the Christmas break that we get off.
Cons: It does not seem like they value all of their employees equally. The pay is not realistic, the cost of living keeps increasing dramatically each year but the pay rate is increasing at a minuet rate. They are not consistent in what they say and what gets done.

Administrative Coordinator in St. Paul:
Pros: The clients.
Cons: Not very busy.

Administrative Coordinator in Portland:
"Work flexibility."
Pros: Working from home.
Cons: The pay.

Administrative Coordinator in Bluffton:
"Challenging."
Pros: Never a dull moment, requirements change daily.
Cons: Dealing with personell.

Administrative Coordinator in Boulder:
"Unappreciated."
Pros: Generally non-stressful, fun coworkers, generally positive office culture, social events, beer fridge, good coffee.
Cons: Really unappreciated position, long hours, loads of menial work.

Administrative Coordinator in Scottsdale:
"Unfulfilling."
Pros: Work flexibility, stress level, perks.
Cons: Promotions, hiring from within.