A coordinator is responsible for implementing, coordinating, and performing multiple office services from administrative to secretarial to support the organization. Job responsibilities of a coordinator include gathering information from company databases and maintaining this information, creating and improving office systems and procedures, helping to resolve any administrative problems, maintaining strong relationships with employees and external clients, maintaining supervisor agendas, overseeing the daily management of equipment, supplies, and facilities for the organization including areas such as maintenance, logistics and security, and providing information internally and externally when requested.
Generally, a bachelor's degree is required to be a Coordinator. Helpful job skills include strong communication skills (both verbal and written), good organizational skills, knowledge of an office environment, decision-making ability, and problem-solving skills. The future job market outlook for a coordinator is fair.