Prall Marketing is a strategic marketing firm and is seeking a very organized, enthusiastic Project Coordinator to join our team. This is an entry level role. We are looking for someone who can manage several projects at a time, is a great communicator verbally and in written form, is patient and enjoys learning. The successful candidate will be someone that can work with multiple vendors at a time, on multiple projects at a time, managed to deadlines, is a good problem solver, and is very organized, detailed oriented, and has strong proof-reading skills. The Project Coordinator will be responsible for working with our Account Executive team to traffic the various projects from initiation through completion, making sure we are on time and on budget with our clients. Any design background is very helpful.


Responsibilities Include:


  • Preparing Account Executive team for weekly client meetings
  • Overseeing client projects from the planning stages through final project sign off and billing
  • Working directly with the Account Executive
  • Managing to a budget on each project
  • Track changes, proof, test, etc. all drafts before sending to Account Executive Team for client delivery
  • Maintaining Prall’s project reporting systems
  • Cultivating and maintaining excellent working relationships with vendors in order to complete client projects
  • Working on one-off projects as needed
  • Managing scheduling requests


Nice to have skills (but not required):


  • 1-2 years work experience (or less) 
  • Familiarity with Google Analytics
  • Familiarity with Mailchimp
  • Ability to make basic Word Press website updates
  • Understanding and basic skillset in the Adobe Creative Suite-specifically inDesign



At Prall Marketing, we look for candidates that are interested in learning, are flexible, responsible, and dedicated to the goals and project timelines of our clients.


For interested parties, please submit a cover letter and resume to Shelby Bossert at


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