|Department||Hiring For||Number of Positions||Job Posting Link||Position Details||Department Info|
|Admission Operations||Either Federal Work Study or OCSE||6||n/a||Administrative position, Open, scan and process incoming mail,Deliver and pick up admission related packages at various locations within the university,Assist staff in filing and other organizational duties,Respond to prospective applicant inquires via email,Maintain current knowledge on admission and student services areas,Assist in admission related mailings,Participate in special projects as needed|
Either Federal Works Study or OCSE
|2||The position seeks to hire someone who will:|
Assist Alumni Relations team with projects, research, events, and correspondences
Manage, update, and report on alumni data
Execute graphic design projects, including creation of social media and email graphics, fliers, infographics, presentations, brochures and other materials
Daily administrative management of messages, requests and user information
Requirements for this position include:
Proficiency in Adobe Software (Photoshop, inDesign, Adobe Illustrator)
Working knowledge of HTML
Experience working with Social Media platforms (Twitter, Facebook pages and groups, Instagram and LinkedIn)
Proficiency with MS Office including advanced Excel skills
Creative, critical, and mindful thinking on content development
Strong customer service, organization, and writing skills
|Caveh Zahedi - Lang Filmmaking Faculty Member||Federal Work Study only||Looking for editing assistants|
|Center for Data Arts||Either Federal Work Study or OCSE||1-2||"We are looking for 1-2 highly motivated students interested in creative applications of technology. CDA is looking for one or two undergraduates who:|
- have some coding proficiency
- love coding and want to strengthen their coding skills
- want to learn new programming languages and solve new problems
- know when and how to find technical information and guidance online
Hours/ Duration: 15-20 hours per week during the academic year.
Helpful (but not required) skills & knowledge include:
- Statistics and Data Science
- Natural Language Processing
- Machine Learning
- Computer Vision
- Tools such as Tableau, Adobe CS
- Strong writing skills
- Graphic and interactive design skills
Responsibilities: Student will take responsibility for specific parts of ongoing projects, such as creating tools to work with a specific data set, or developing a new interface to visualize project data. CDA's staff and director will provide regular feedback and guidance, but students must be strongly self-motivated and able to work independently. For those so inclined, there will also be opportunities to participate in grant writing, research publications, project documentation, blogging and social media outreach.
|The Center for Data Arts at The New School refracts data through the lenses of design, culture, humanities, and the arts, exploring new ways to experience data and new metaphors to understand it. We create software, user interfaces, illustrations, and artworks for outside organizations such as UN Women, The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline, the Smithsonian, and The Pompidou Center, helping them to make their data meaningful and accessible to the public. Current projects include AR/VR applications, producing infographics and interactive data visualizations, public data art installations, and more.|
|Center for New York City Affairs||Either Federal Work Study or OCSE||3||The Center for New York City Affairs at The New School seeks a highly motivated graduate student to serve as part-time research assistant. The position is for 10 to 20 hours per week, and includes helping to research public policy issues and contributing to Center publications and events. The ideal candidate will have experience working on poverty and education related issues and strong research, data, and writing skills.
• Research various policy issues including homelessness, child care, early education, foster care, Medicaid/public services, and juvenile justice
• Clean and analyze administrative data to produce charts, maps, and other visualizations
• Assist with writing policy briefs, memos, blog posts, and other internal/external documents
• Work with events coordinator to plan and execute 6-10 public policy events per semester
• Staff morning and evening Center events
• Strong Excel skills
• Data visualization and GIS skills are a plus
• Highly developed research and analytical skills
• Strong writing skills with the ability to use appropriate voice/style for audience
• Interest and experience in public policy
• Ability to manage several projects simultaneously and follow-through on projects
• Attention to detail and excellent organizational skills
• Basic knowledge of web design practices
• Knowledge of and interest in Adobe Suite (primarily Illustrator and Photoshop)
|The Center for New York City Affairs (CNYCA) at The New School/Milano is an applied policy research organization. The Center works where people’s lives intersect with government and community organizations to illuminate the impact of public policy on the lives of individuals and communities. Our research focuses on what works, practical solutions, rigorous analysis, and provides a real-time feedback for policymakers, providers, and communities. We have built a strong track record of creating change in the areas of education, child welfare, poverty, and juvenile justice.
The Center has an established audience for our work that includes nonprofit leaders, public officials, scholars, advocates, and community groups. More than 12,000 individuals receive our reports and more than twice that number visit our website each year. Our work is widely read and covered by the media, and our policy events are attended and seen online by thousands of viewers. Recent press coverage includes The New York Times, Daily News, WNYC, ProPublica, The Marshall Project, Fox-TV, Al-Jazeera America, and other media.
|CoPA Advising||Federal Work Study only||3||The CoPA Advising Hub Student Office Assistant position involves greeting students, supplying general advising and The New School information, answering and routing phone calls, assistance with renaming digital documents, data entry, and helping with specific office projects as needed. General Administrative tasks includes photocopying, filing, faxing, and hand delivering mail to different departments.|
Preferred Qualifications: excellent student service skills which include a positive attitude, professional manner, ability to work efficiently and effectively during high traffic periods, and be able to work independently or within a group.
A working knowledge of MS Office and Google Docs is a plus.
Must be Federal Work Study ( and have FWS Award Letter)
|CoPA Communications||Either Federal Work Study or OCSE||5||not yet posted||Photography, social media, design positions|
|CoPA Production/Drama Events||Federal Work Study only||15||Looking for students interested in working Front of House for Drama Productions and CoPA Concerts/Events. These ushers may also be used for other events at various points throughout the year.|
|Dining||Internships||3||Student employment opportunities|
|Equipment Center||Either Federal Work Study or OCSE||1||https://careers.newschool.edu/postings/15879|
|Eugene Lang College - Dean's Office||Federal Work Study only||15||We are interested students workers for administrative, photography/videograph, digital/print design, social media, and event coordination roles.||The Dean's office of Eugene Lang College - including Communications and Events, Academic Communications and departmental Senior Secretaries|
|Events IT||Either Federal Work Study or OCSE||3||We are looking for student workers to assist us with setting up microphones, projection and lighting for events. Other duties involve some limited office assistance and some classroom support. We will train qualified candidates.|
|Executive Dean's Office, Schools of Public Engagement||Either Federal Work Study or OCSE||6||Not yet listed, will be listed in time for this event.||We are hiring multiple student positions to assist at public programs and events, and one student assistant to work on communications.|
|First Year Academic Advising||Federal Work Study only||5||Peer Advisor app: https://sites.google.com/a/newschool.edu/student-success-peer-programs/first-year-peer-advisors?pli=1||First Year Academic Advising is hiring two general student workers, a part-time graphic designer to assist with the Communications Working Group, as well as 1-2 Peer Advisors. Peer Advisors work closely with First Year Academic Advising team to enrich the First Year Experience. They conduct outreach specifically to new students by answering questions and guiding them through their transition to The New School. They welcome students into our community and educate them on university resources.|
Global, Urban, and Environmental Studies (GLUE)
|Either Federal Work Study or OCSE||1||We're looking for a student (OCSE or FWS) to support the initiatives we'll be rolling out over the next year from a grant we received from the India China Institute|
|HEOP & New School Firsts||Either Federal Work Study or OCSE||2||An academic tutor for HEOP and a Communications Assistant for New School Firsts.||The Higher Education Opportunity Program (HEOP) provides academic, financial, and social support to students who historically have been low income and do not meet traditional academic guidelines. |
New School Firsts supports first generation college students through programing that targets common themes and issues that FGCS face.
|Housing and Residential Education||Federal Work Study only||5-9||Social Media & Community Assistant (Residence Hall Only) - Must live in University Housing|
Housing and Residential Education is looking for enthusiastic, creative individuals with knowledge and interest in social media (Facebook, Instagram. etc), to create and generate content for social media platforms. Under the direction of the Social Media Manager, the Social Media Assistant would conceptualize, develop, and produce a variety of social media and student engagement initiatives on a variety of social media platforms for their residence hall.
The ideal candidate will innovate, engage with the student community, and manage multiple social media tasks. The Social Media Assistant will assist to communicate their residence hall’s student voice across social media platforms.
|India China Institute||Either Federal Work Study or OCSE||2||research assistant and office assistant||Established in 2005, the India China Institute’s (ICI) objective is to teach and explore new research and to provide opportunities for both The New School and our international network of innovative scholars, leaders and opinion-makers to engage in critical inquiries involving China, India and the United States. |
ICI actively involves students through fellowship and campus jobs in both research and office work.
|Information Technology Learning Space Operations||Either Federal Work Study or OCSE||Arnhold Hall: https://careers.newschool.edu/postings/15486|
6 E. 16th St: https://careers.newschool.edu/postings/15475
University Center: https://careers.newschool.edu/postings/15474
Parsons East: https://careers.newschool.edu/postings/15473
|Learning Spaces Operations is now hiring lab aides to work in the Arnhold Hall, 6 E. 16th St., University Center and Parsons East computer labs.|
|International Student and Scholar Services||Either Federal Work Study or OCSE||2||Student workers will help with ISSS social media, newsletters, group communication, programming and basic office tasks as needed.|
|Major Advising Parsons||Federal Work Study only||1-2||n/a||Front Office Reception which entails greeting students, supplying general information, assistance with data entry, and helping with the creation of flyers for events and other specific office projects as needed. General Administrative tasks includes photocopying, filing, and hand delivering mail to different departments.
Excellent Customer Service Skills which include positive attitude, professional manner, ability to work efficiently and effectively during high traffic periods, and be able to work independently or within a group.
Shows a working knowledge with Adobe creative suite, MS Office, Google Docs.
Must be FWS (and have FWS Award Letter)
|Making Center||Either Federal Work Study or OCSE||Student Technicians for Various shops|
|Mannes Prep||Either Federal Work Study or OCSE||n/a||Mannes Prep student employment is generally ad hoc and related to student workers supporting special events (concerts, juries, auditions, etc.). |
We are generally looking for student workers who have a music background.
Marketing & Communications - The New Store
Either Federal Works Study or OCSE
|Music Technology||Either Federal Work Study or OCSE||Contemporary Music seeks a lab assistant.
Responsibilities: Organize Equipment. Transport equipment to and from buildings.
Skills: Excellent communication skills. Confident with lifting 48 pounds (heavy speakers).
|NSSR Dean's Office & Academic Affairs||Federal Work Study only||Clerical office support, special projects|
|Open Campus||Either Federal Work Study or OCSE||not yet posted||TBA|
|Parsons Deans office||OCSE||1||Parsons School of Design is looking for an enthusiastic, creative individual with extensive knowledge of social media, specifically Twitter. The Social Media assistant will work in collaboration with the Academic Communications Coordinator writing and editing social content.|
- Research and post relevant articles and information on Twitter at least 10 times a week.
- Utilize a strong creative and media-savvy skill set to craft content for Twitter.
- Attend Parsons related events and live tweet from the event.
- Monitor twitter account, including tags, mentions on outside accounts, interact with relevant influencers.
- Proof content.
- Maintain posting schedule.
- Research: track future events that are twitter worthy (New School/Parsons events, shows, student life, study abroad, etc.).
- Converse with students, faculty, and staff who may contribute to Parsons' social accounts.
- Promote Parsons twitter: PS news, inform schools of upcoming themed weeks.
- Remind and confirm participants of any scheduled themed Instagram events (take-overs).
- Master's students preferred.
- Extensive knowledge of latest digital trends.
- Background in digital media, marketing, journalism or communications.
- Interest and/or experience in photography, as well as design.
- Skilled at executing multiple projects simultaneously with efficient time management and without sacrificing exceptional attention to detail.
- Background in digital media, marketing, journalism, or communications a plus
- Willingness to experiment.
- Responsive to feedback.
- Team player.
- Appreciation for arts, design, student life, and higher learning.
- Knowledge of Parsons.
- Afternoon hours preferably with occasional evening hours while attending events.
|Public Seminar||Either Federal Work Study or OCSE||3||Staffing for our podcasts: two audio editors and a research assistant||Daily web publication with multi-media capability|
|School of Art, Media, & Technology|
Either Federal Works Study or OCSE
|6||AMT Office Assistant (4)
Fine Arts Studio Monitor (1)
Open Drawing Monitor (1)
|School of Fashion||Either Federal Work Study or OCSE||2||not yet posted||We rely on students that have experience in Adobe as Fashion has a need for (digital) posters that are sent through Mailchimp for a variety of events throughout the year. Students must be flexible and go with the flow, as many of the tasks we assign to them are manual (helping move items with us, setting up for an event, etc.).|
|Social Research Journal/Center for Public Scholarship||Either Federal Work Study or OCSE||2||Student Assistant / Editorial Assistant: https://careers.newschool.edu/postings/16121|
Event assistant: https://careers.newschool.edu/postings/14611
|SRJ and CPS are partner projects and are hiring for an event assistant and an editorial assistant|
|Strategic Enrollment Management|
Either Federal Works Study or OCSE
|Student Disability Services||Federal Work Study only||10||Student Note-Takers, Office staff|
|Student Financial Services||Federal Work Study only||4||Student worker will handle numerous tasks such as front desk & clerical work|
|Student Leadership & Involvement||Either Federal Work Study or OCSE||7|
Leadership & Service Program Assistant: https://careers.newschool.edu/postings/16073
Student Organization & Activities Assistant:
|The other two have not been posted on the HR site: Gnarls mascot and student photographer|
|The Lang Office of Civic Engagement and Social Justice||Federal Work Study only||2||I Have A Dream Program Assistant: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1VhmmS2afAaCHwwuhrIcGPnXxTsd1wRaDzXufgASnOtk/edit?usp=sharing|
Lang CESJ Admin Assistant: https://docs.google.com/document/d/18tWkINTZhoTeVURX52y6CEoyExvlzEU5NmFv0EX-NDo/edit?usp=sharing
|The Lang Office of Civic Engagement and Social Justice fosters a culture of social justice that is recognized and reinforced on the individual and collective level among faculty, students and staff and reflected on our campus and communities. We design, facilitate and support justice-centered learning communities and produce curricula, projects, events, and dialogues. CESJ runs several programs designed to build and supplement a social justice community at Lang. Ranging from our intensive, four year Gural Scholars program to a summer fellowship, our programs offer a variety of ways to get involved.|
The New School Libraries and Archives
|Federal Work Study only||90|
|The New School Welcome Center||Federal Work Study only||5||https://careers.newschool.edu/postings/15578||Represents all prospective inquires with the institution, including tours, phone calls, and front desk duties at 72 Fifth Ave.|
|The Registrar's Office||Federal Work Study only||6||We are looking for students who are detailed oriented, with some filing skills.|
|Tishman Environment and Design Center||Either Federal Work Study or OCSE||6||https://careers.newschool.edu/postings/14744||Tishman Environment and Design Center is hiring a federal work study office assistant and is also looking for Research Assistants for the below projects (students will be matched with research projects throughout the year depending on student qualifications and which projects arise): |
- Energy Emissions Reduction and Efficiency Research (Databases/quantitative research, GIS mapping, writing, visual design)
- Zero Waste and Circular Economies Research (databases/quantitative research, GIS mapping, writing)
- Environmental Justice in Philanthropy Research (survey design and interviews, draft writing and GIS mapping, scan of philanthropy, writing)
- Environmental Justice Movement Building and Leadership Training Research (survey design and interviews, analysis and writing, GIS mapping)
- Grassroots-Based Disaster Recovery and Preparedness Research (Timeline development - writing, Website design, Public event planning, Writing)
|Transregional Center for Democratic Studies||Federal Work Study only||2||https://careers.newschool.edu/postings/15466||The Transregional Center for Democratic Studies (TCDS) builds on international and interdisciplinary traditions that The New School for Social Research (NSSR) inherited from the University in Exile, which was established at The New School in 1933.|
|University Social Media, Marketing & Communications||OCSE||1||A student worker who can create content for university social channels. We are leaving this intentionally broad, as the position can evolve and adapt based on the applicants we get.|
|Vera List Center for Art and Politics||Either Federal Work Study or OCSE||5||We will be hiring for three positions, a student assistant, two for general office support, and two other student assistants to help with finance and graphic design.|
|WNSR New School Radio||Federal Work Study only||1||Working with the station's social media accounts; posting completed programs; helping to arrange and manage meetings and workshops||We are the university's online radio station|
|XReality Center / IT||Either Federal Work Study or OCSE||1||https://careers.newschool.edu/postings/15786||The XReality Center is a new research center at The New School in New York City. Its purpose is to advance the study and design innovation of emerging technologies in the areas of virtual, augmented, and mixed realities.|