Artisan's Asylum Front Desk Staff Application Form 2019
Front Desk Staffers are the Asylum’s front line greeters and provide first impressions for visitors and the curious, potential donors and the press, new students, and prospective members. We support and inform our existing membership. One of the benefits of sitting the front desk is a chance to interact with many members and visitors. If you enjoy being part of our community of makers, you’ll probably enjoy this position.
To sit at the desk, a broad array of skills such as computer literacy and strong communication are needed; no one type of skill predominates and your shift will often include finding information and solving problems as well as handling mail, email, phone calls, administrative tasks, and student arrivals. You'll orient new members and give tours to the public.
There is a lot to learn. You'll have a couple of training sessions plus and three 4-hour shadow shifts. Once that's finished, a regular weekly commitment of 4 hours is expected.
The training program runs 3 to 4 times a year and applications are accepted on a rolling basis. When the next cycle begins we will be in touch to schedule the first session. Thanks for your participation!
Your legal name
Your preferred name
Your phone number
How did you find us?
I attended an event organized by Artisan's Asylum
A member recommended Artisan's Asylum to me
I took a tour
What appeals to you about the Artisan's Asylum maker community?
Are you currently involved with Artisan's Asylum?
If yes, in what way are you involved?
Why are you interested in volunteering to work the front desk at Artisan's Asylum?
Do you have the skills necessary and just want to help out, or are these skills you would like to learn? Are you social and a problem-solver by nature? Let us know!
Do you have relevant previous experience, in customer service or related fields/activities?
If so, tell us a little about it!
The commitment to be a Deskie requires a minimum of a regularly scheduled 4 hour weekly shift. Are you able to meet this commitment?
Is there anything else you'd like us to know about you?
A copy of your responses will be emailed to the address you provided.
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