Though responsibilities vary company-to-company, administrative coordinator jobs typically entail: employee support, clerical duties, report creation, letter writing, management facilitation, database maintenance and entry, office management, and other similar duties. Administrative coordinators are critical to the success of most businesses and a high attention to detail is required. Computer skills have also grown in this area and knowledge of Microsoft Office is a must. As administrative coordinators may also have light accounting duties, some exposure to accounting software such as Quick Books may be useful.
Our newest administrative coordinator jobs are listed below, however we receive new positions regularly and it is always a good idea to have your resume and security clearance status updated and on file with Ameri-Force. Browse the administrative coordinator jobs below or call 800-522-8998 today to speak with a recruiter. Though we hire nationwide, many of our local administrative coordinator jobs are in Virginia, Florida, Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, California, and Washington.