Department: Annual Fund Employment Type: Regular and Work-Study Employment Job Starts: August 28, 2017 Work Type: Paraprofessional
Students interested in this position must also fill out a special online application located at the following link: http://go.niu.edu/Telefund
Northern Fund callers contact alumni and friends of Northern Illinois University through the Huskie Telefund in an effort to update alumni records, provide information on current events at NIU, create strong connections between alumni and friends of NIU and the University, and to solicit funds for Northern Illinois University.
An NIU Huskie Telefund caller must represent Northern Illinois University in a positive manner at all times. Good communication, customer service skills, enthusiasm and accuracy are a must. The caller must commit to a minimum of 3 shifts per week according to the NIU Huskie Telefund shift schedule: Monday-Thursday from 6-9pm and Sunday from 6-9pm. Callers will complete 3 paid training sessions prior to their first calling shift. You MUST BE A CURRENT STUDENT taking at least 6 credit hours to be eligible for this position.
Pay Rate: $ 9.25/hour
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