Marketing Coordinator Reviews

Q: What is it like working as a Marketing Coordinator?

Marketing Coordinator in Burlington:
"Work Flexibility."
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.

Marketing Coordinator in Auburn:
Pros: Excellent team that works very well together. Excellent opportunities to learn new skills and grow into new positions. I am able to have a flexible schedule when needed, even working from home in bad weather. I am able to work in the office and have meetings outside of the office. My boss encourages community involvement. As a result, I have had the chance to be on local planning committees.
Cons: Corporate culture is still being defined and has lots of room for growth. Our team is trying largely to improve this area but the buy-in process is long and difficult. I have been on a freeze for a raise now for 5 years and my attempts to get a promotion have largely been thwarted by a jealous employee who is also related to the owner. I have been promised bonus's and Employee Education Reimbursement with out any follow through.

Marketing Coordinator in Rochester:
Pros: Excellent people in this office.
Cons: Underemployed. Not enough challenging work or collaboration.

Marketing Coordinator in Jacksonville:
"Perfect Job."
Pros: I love working as a marketing coordinator. I am able to utilize my college degree as well as learn more about sales and marketing. I have also been given creative liberty with events and promotions. I am a people person so this is a huge part of my job that fits my personality.
Cons: Making sales calls on lost and closed leads.

Marketing Coordinator in Folsom:
Pros: I love event planning, Social Media, Updating Websites, working on the School Program, Email Marketing.
Cons: The stress that I am under without the pay that I deserve.

Marketing Coordinator in Dallas:
"Varied Work."
Pros: Lots of varied work, requires plenty of flexibility.
Cons: Can often require ample overtime work and 24/7 availability.