Communications Manager Reviews

Q: What is it like working as a Communications Manager?

Communications Manager in Washington, District of Columbia:
"A great cause - You'll work hard!"
Pros: It's a beautiful city and cultural center
Cons: Traffic and my commute from outside the city

Communications Manager in Woodbridge, Virginia:
"Lots of long commutes, but stable work environment."
Pros: Close proximity to major cities.
Cons: It can be expensive.

Communications Manager in Washington:
"Overall good experience."
Pros: Lots of things to do, easy commute, enjoy the city's culture, lots of job opportunities, interesting work and clients.
Cons: Very competitive, high cost of living, feels like you are replaceable.

Communications Manager in Tampa:
"Developing your subordinates is very important."
Understand the expectations of the task that has been assigned and have a meticulous approach to accomplishing it.

Communications Manager in St. Paul:
"ISAIAH Communications Manager roll."
Pros: Independent work, flexible hours, learning environment, high-performance culture.
Cons: Lack of alignment and vision to boost internal organizational growth for staff.

Communications Manager in Oxford:
"Looking to see about raise."
Pros: Flexible.
Cons: Little pay raises (800 a year?!)

Communications Manager in Boston:
"Passion is Key."
Pros: Enthusiastic co-workers, doing a job that makes a difference, learning new skills, engaging with many different people internally and externally. Wide, diverse job responsibilities.
Cons: Often feel like I am a one-man team.