Marketing Coordinators give their job an average rating of 3.7 out of 5.0. The Marketing Coordinators happiest with their jobs are employed by Microtech Computers with an average rating of 0.0 while the Marketing Coordinators least happy with their jobs work for BlueGolf with an average rating of 1.0.Submit a Review
"I love having a hand in marketing our company and continuing to allow our company to be appreciated and seen for all of the hard work that is done here. I get to work with our people on a daily basis and do things for and with them."
"I love everything about marketing. There are never two days that are alike. It's exciting to keep up with technologies and new and different ways to market to your audience."
"I love the control I have to utilize my creativity and observe the results of my work through increased bookings and revenues. I hate the limited resources sometimes to get all my marketing plans executed."
"Until you can get proven agency experience, it is very, very difficult to move up to senior level management or director based roles. Many times as a coordinator, I have found myself doing the work of my managers or even training them on how to perform certain functions of their job. You'll take those hits early in your career, the important part is that if you aspire and see yourself as being something more, find a way to break the chains of being a coordinator to becoming recognized as a leader and contributor for key strategic objectives. The experience will set you free."
"I love the type of work it involves. I hate having to depend on other people who procrastinate and I end up making up for them."
"Architecture spreads across several professional fields and remains a vital thread that connects the design profession. I have had the pleasure of being exposed to brokers, developers, engineers, and international investors. The role of the marketing coordinator is integral in pushing new technologies, introducing refreshing approaches taken from disciplines like advertising, sales, and public relations. I love the freedom, creativity, and energy of the position."
"I loved being a marketing coordinator because it taught me things my teachers could not. It taught me how to use different types of strategies and methods to see the results I wanted. Also it allowed me to interact with people all over the world. Tiffany was an artist from New Zealand so my network expanded greatly. One thing that was difficult was that I was working at the same time I was in school. This made it difficult to give 100 percent to my marketing task."
"Being a Marketing Coordinator is the best job in the world. Every day is different and I get to be creative!"
"Being a receptionist was a great job mainly because of the daily interaction I had between coworkers and clients coming to visit. I thoroughly enjoyed working there. Marketing was a change of pace from receptionist and was a fun, yet challenging role."
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