I agree, aviation experience is experience. I started a few months ago at a 135 op, though I'm kicking myself a little for it. I was thinking more flight coordinating and some other small stuff...when really it's everything else and some flight coordinating. I'm basically a customer service agent, freight receiver, reservations scheduler, charter coordinator (taking calls for charters and the like), and billing agent. I do some flight coordinating each day...extra set of eyes when releasing flights (basically check the weather and everything, but pilot and DO both have the say on if they go or not, not me and the pilot), coordinating pilot schedules, ensuring duty hour times are within limitations, and figuring out who will be flying what and all, also tracking aircraft flight times so they can receive pay and to track hours for maintenance personnel.
It's an interesting job and I've learned a lot in a few months, but once an opportunity for a 121 op comes up, pretty sure I'll move on. To each their own though.