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Based on 2,184 responses, the job of Administrative Coordinator has received a job satisfaction rating of 3.8 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?

January 2016
Administrative Coordinator:
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.
January 2016
"Office Conditions."
Administrative Coordinator:
Pros: Atmosphere, people I work with.
Cons: Not getting paid what I feel I am worth.
February 2016
Administrative Coordinator:
Pros: Never a dull moment, requirements change daily.
Cons: Dealing with personell.
February 2016
"Not busy all the time."
Administrative Coordinator:
Pros: Problem solving . I'm needed. An asset more than a liability.
Cons: No benefits at all not even a bonus.
February 2016
"Start off with the best pay possible."
Administrative Coordinator:
You'll always be given more duties, the more you perform well - the more you'll get, know when to say enough. Know how to get more money with more duties. I believed that I would be compensated by the more duties I performed well.- did not work yet... Since I was able to organize the new responsibilities into my work load.
February 2016
Administrative Coordinator:
Pros: Multi-Tasking, Customer Service, Every day is a new day.
Cons: I have to be the reception at the front greeting people.
March 2016
Administrative Coordinator:
Pros: Autonomy, office conditions, I like to idea of working in renewable energy.
Cons: No opportunity for advancement, education, collaboration with coworkers, poor management from executives and company direction, poor image in the community, no performance evaluation/feedback,