Marketing Coordinator Reviews
Q: What is it like working as a Marketing Coordinator?
Marketing Coordinator in Elizabethtown:
Pros: Event planning, marketing communication both internally and externally.
Cons: Micro-management, lack of training, no one knows job.
Marketing Coordinator in Elkton:
Pros: I enjoy speaking to people about our services, planning events.
Cons: Solving problesm.
Marketing Coordinator in Atlanta:
"Marketing for a medical practice."
Pros: The chance to learn so many new things and work in an exciting field.
Marketing Coordinator in Boston:
"Marketing at TBG."
Pros: The people I work with and the overall culture of The Bulfinch Group.
Cons: There's not really a position for me to move up in marketing, unless I want to become a financial representative.
Marketing Coordinator in Richmond:
Pros: Great health benefits.
Cons: The down time and doing the time-consuming admin work, like scanning 500 business cards into a software. The business is extremely unorganized and against change, even if it's for the better. Employees are not trusted, especially if they are younger. Their opinions and recommendations are not taken seriously, even if there are numbers to back it up - Management goes with whatever they want to do regardless of the facts.
Marketing Coordinator in Burlington:
Pros: Casual Work Environment, Team Work Environment, Short Commute, Friendly Environment.
Cons: Don't feel that I am paid industry wide standard and my vast experience in general.
Marketing Coordinator in Orlando:
"Fast Paced And Rewarding."
Pros: There is always something to keep you busy as a Marketing Coordinator in the architecture/engineering/construction industry. It's a fast-paced and rewarding position where if you give it your all, the rewards are high. It's a multi-disciplined position where you juggle many hats, including graphic designer, marketer, strategist, and coordinator.
Cons: It is extremely stressful. As a deadline-oriented position, a Marketing Coordinator is tasked with ensuring all the deadlines are met for all pursuits--from $100,000 to $50,000,000 and beyond.