The New School
New York City, NY, United States
SLI Office Assistant
New York City
1. Assist with answering telephones, filing correspondence, movie ticket and event sales, registration for
events, and running errands on campus.
2. Maintain scheduled office hours and assist with the daily office operations of office
3. Type correspondence, entering data/computing.
4. Promote campus events through tabling, posting flyers, and grassroots efforts as an ambassador of
5. Assist with large events planned by the
including set-up, break-down, coordination and implementation.
6. Conduct proactive outreach to gain student involvement and to distribute information throughout the university.
7. Print and distribute hard copies of postings to building lobbies, bulletin boards, and mailboxes for the residence halls.
8. Provide assistance with event planning including room reservations, AV and facilities requests, catering orders and event logistics. 9. Support a variety of
10. Provide a high level of customer service when interacting with students, staff, faculty, community partners, or the general public.
11. Maintain a confidential work environment.
12. Read and respond to emails sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.
13. Maintain responsible use of Student Staff Credit Card and submit monthly expense reports.
14. Other duties as assigned.
1.Excellent written and verbal communication skills
2. Good computer skills and proficiency in Google and Microsoft Office applications.
3. Must be organized
4. Excellent decision making skills and judgement.
5. Strong interpersonal, communication, and customer service skills.
6. High attention to detail and strong follow through.
7. Ability to problem solve, be a team player and multi-task.
8. The ability to handle confidential matters and to be professional.
9. Collaborate with professionals on all levels and add value to decision making processes.
10. Learn the processes of student-led event planning and coordinating through clear recruitment, advertising, training and program development.
11. Devise new strategies for student involvement based on students needs that build a sense of community and develop social, personal and leadership skills.
12. Develop budgeting and organizational skills.
13. Identify problems and effective solutions.
14. Learn how to network and foster relationships, with various communities and professionals for support and resources.
15. Enhance computer skills through a variety of software.
16. Learn and serve quality customer service to diverse populations.
17. Gain the art of multitasking and enhance professional verbal and written communication skills.
18. Build resume credentials for future education or employment.
19. Practice giving constructive feedback to peers, leaders, and professionals.
20. Analyze and positively process feedback shared.
21. Practice verbal communication, and the skills and confidence required to clearly present to professional and student staff within Student and Campus Life.
22. Ability to describe the decision-making process and policies within an organization.
23. Recognize the needs of their peers and advocate for them.
The New School
Website : http://www.newschool.edu