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Student - Duet Virtual Communications Assistant

New Hampshire

The job offer of Student - Duet Virtual Communications Assistant has been available since December 20, 2023, and it will be closed on March 19, 2024. The company is seeking qualified candidates for a position located in New Hampshire, but may also accept applications from individuals residing outside of the area who fulfill the necessary qualifications. The employer's lack of disclosure of salary means that you can negotiate based on the company's performance-based bonuses and incentives. Have you considered whether full time work is a good match for your career goals and aspirations?

Southern New Hampshire University is seeking a student to fill the role of Virtual Communications Assistant at Duet. The Virtual Communications Assistant will support Duet staff with daily tasks and will serve Duet by monitoring the general info email inbox and phone line appropriately. This includes forwarding messages to the appropriate person in the organization in a timely fashion. The Virtual Communications Assistant will also work with their supervisor to identify a communications-related special project each term that aligns with their long-term career goals.

Job Duties:

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  • Student will monitor the [email protected] inbox every hour for incoming e-mails/voicemails
  • Students will listen to new voicemails and route the message to the appropriate team by forwarding the message via email withdetails of the call
  • Student will forward all general question emails to appropriate team
  • At the end of each shift, student will send an email to their supervisor indicating they are ending their shift.
  • Academic progress requirements to maintain work-study hours: 1 submission every 7 days. If you don't submit you will lose hours until you master. At that point, you can earn back hours.
  • Special project requirements to maintain work-study position: Meet with your supervisor at the beginning of each enrolled term to identify a communications-related special project and develop a related work plan, including periodic check-ins.

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Enrolled in a SNHU degree program
  • Work study as part of financial aid package

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