Account coordinator job description

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Account coordinator job description
Account coordinators provide administrative support within advertising agencies. (office image by Raimundas from Fotolia.com)

An account coordinator is a junior level professional found within the advertising and marketing industries. Working as part of a larger team on a campaign, the coordinator provides both administrative and creative support to the project manager, ensuring the campaign is developed and executed in an efficient manner.

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Administration

Account coordinators perform a variety of administrative tasks including composing correspondence such as client memos, creating audiovisual presentations and maintaining industry contact databases.

Teamwork

As a junior member of a team that manages one or more accounts, an account coordinator is required to actively participate in its creative success by pitching ideas and demonstrating problem-solving abilities when client issues need to be resolved.

Client Interaction

Account coordinators who have exhibited initiative and the ability to work independently may be charged with interacting directly with clients, pitching ideas and coordinating events, among other tasks.

Education

In order to become an account coordinator, a candidate must possess a four-year degree in marketing, business or a related area of study.

Salary

According to Indeed.com in 2010, an account coordinator in the United States earns an average annual income of £35,100.

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