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Based on 497 responses, the job of Recruiting Coordinator has received a job satisfaction rating of 3.72 out of 5. On average, Recruiting Coordinators are highly satisfied with their job.
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Q: What is it like working as a Recruiting Coordinator?

February 2019
"I enjoy it for the most part."
Recruiting Coordinator in New York:
Pros: The mission of the company and our work with diverse students
Cons: We lack innovation and are very slow to make decisions
September 2019
"Review of Role."
Recruiting Coordinator in Hammersmith:
Pros: the fact that everyday is different
Cons: the sparse opportunity for promotion
April 2015
"It is very busy."
Recruiting Coordinator:
Pros: It never gets boreing. I am constantly challenged and learning new things.
Cons: Can be too busy and overwhelming at times.
May 2015
"Fun, multi tasking, busy, travel."
Recruiting Coordinator:
Pros: Constant change, college relations.
Cons: Entry level, multi tasking, too much travel.
November 2015
"No stress, great benefits, and flexibe work schedule."
Recruiting Coordinator:
Pros: Flexible hours, friendly people, close to home.
Cons: Do free water or coffee.
November 2015
"Low Stress, plenty of aggravation."
Recruiting Coordinator:
Pros: I get to travel and meet people. No micromanaging and allowed to make my own decision.
Cons: Lack of communication, role responsibility piles up just because someone else doesn't want to do it.
November 2015
"Low Stress, plenty of aggravation."
Recruiting Coordinator:
Pros: I get to travel and meet people. No micromanaging and allowed to make my own decision.
Cons: Lack of communication, role responsibility piles up just because someone else doesn't want to do it.