Administrative Coordinator Reviews
Q: What is it like working as an Administrative Coordinator?
Administrative Coordinator in Chico:
Pros: Office work. Supervising others.
Cons: Pay is too low. And the odd hours.
Administrative Coordinator in Ames:
Pros: Flexibility, team environment, people, high-tech.
Administrative Coordinator in Los Angeles:
Cons: Lack of real leadership. Negatives environment. No room for growth.
Administrative Coordinator in Seaside:
Pros: Perks (food and beverages supplied)
Cons: Stress level; work environment; management.
Administrative Coordinator in Silver Spring:
Pros: Versitlity of the position, handling multiple things that several depts separate. Getting to meet new people from different places of the world. Gaining more experience with people and group speaking. Having the oppurtunity to training and orientate new hires. Learning more about Travel and work programs through government. Getting more information on housing.
Cons: Most of our work is very detailed and it is all at once. Not enough time to look for room to improve processes. Not enough software to support our daily tasks.
Administrative Coordinator in Buda:
Pros: Different duties each day. Working with people. Learning new things. Helping others. Having my own office. Being close to my home. Being available by phone if my family needs me. Needing to leave for appointments if necessary. Being in charge of the office, facilities. Managing details of the office. Power to purchase materials as needed. Being needed by others. Researching.
Cons: Sometimes I am really bored. Trying to find things to keep me busy. Lack of advancement opportunities. Lack of pay raises/bonuses. Not challenging to me. Knowing what others are making and how I am making equal if not less than they are despite my position and what I do in the company. Feeling I am underpaid, under-utilized. Lack of communication sometimes from management. Lack of follow-through by management.
Administrative Coordinator in Fontana:
Pros: The upside is working with different personalities and age groups and knowing how to transition between each one while staying completely neutral. The responsibility to be able to apply new ideas which in turn increase work flow or implementing new procedures that are more efficient is a task I have always enjoyed.
Cons: The stress level can fluctuate at any given time and being able to adapt to arising situations is a skill that will be tested in this position. Dealing with situations regarding employee disputes and employee mistakes that escalate to a company expense, were the only things about this position that would be the most stressful for me.