Content Coordinator, Alexandria, VA - November 23, 2015
If you are a proactive employee with a strong set of core skills that you want to develop in a fast-paced and exciting nonprofit setting, ASCO may be a good fit for you. Succeeding at ASCO requires excellent time management skills and flexibility with your teammates because of the results-only work environment, and your first year will be a massive learning experience, but it's worth it. If you work hard, your managers will take notice and promotions within your first year (if you start out at entry level) are definitely possible. Not everyone will be comfortable with the office culture, which can feel unstructured at times, and this is probably not a good choice for people who like being in the office 9-5, 5 days a week. This is a great workplace for people who enjoy a work-life balance and want to do fulfilling work helping cancer researchers and oncologists.