Graduate Student Assistant - Ocse

The New School New York , NY 10007

Posted 3 months ago

Graduate Student Assistants will work collaboratively across departments to perform professional tasks and responsibilities that require some independent judgment, some knowledge of admission and high levels of accuracy regarding the university and campus life. Graduate Student Assistants will create a welcoming environment as front desk receptionists, provide information about The New School, coordinate materials for admissions events and lead general administrative tasks.

The role will include serving as a main point of contact in the offices front desk. Kind and comprehensive customer service and/or visitor experience is a must. This position includes providing information to the public that is not always routine in nature and would work under direct supervision with well established procedures and existing policies.

Responsibilities:

Create a welcoming and informative visitor experience for guests of The New School

Provide friendly, helpful and accurate information to prospective students about the university and degree programs in person and via email

Collect complex data from multiple sources while performing database management functions in the various systems used in the admission office

Fielding calls to admissions departments

Administrative support - answer phones; greet guests, filing, emails, faxing, copying, mailings, data entry, stock inventory shelves, scheduling

Deliver and pick up packages at various locations within the university

Assist with mass mailing, recruitment packaging, fulfillment and loading

Assist with event preparations, set up, break down

Additional project based tasks as needed



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Graduate Student Assistant - Ocse

The New School