Instructional Coordinators

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Instructional Coordinators

Instructional Coordinators - Working Conditions

In a typical work setting, instructional coordinators:

Interpersonal Relationships

  • Have a high level of social contact. They work closely with administrators, teachers, students, and parents.
  • Are responsible for work outcomes and results of other workers.
  • Are sometimes placed in conflict situations.
  • Are somewhat responsible for others health and safety.
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  • Often speak in front of large groups.
  • Communicate with individuals daily by telephone, in person, or by e-mail.
  • Write letters and memos on a daily basis.
  • Work in a group or as part of a team.

Physical Work Conditions

  • Always work indoors.
  • Work somewhat close to other people, such as when sharing office space.

Work Performance

  • Must be highly accurate in performing their job.
  • Make decisions on a daily basis that strongly impact administrators, teachers, students, and parents. They rarely consult a supervisor before making a decision.
  • Rarely consult a supervisor before setting tasks and goals for the day.
  • Must meet strict deadlines on a weekly basis.


  • Generally have a set schedule each week.
  • May work part time or full time, but most work more than 40 hours a week.
Source: Illinois Career Information System (CIS) brought to you by Illinois Department of Employment Security.