Call for Applications: Research Assistant

The Zolberg Institute on Migration and Mobility is seeking a Research Assistant.

The Research Assistant will provide support to the faculty and staff of the Institute. Duties include, but are not limited to, the following: planning and organizing student fellow activities, providing event promotion and coordination assistance, and designing content for the Institute’s online platforms. Candidates should have demonstrated skills or interest in event planning, marketing, and basic web editing.

Up to 20 hours/week, $18.40/hour. To apply, please submit your CV, cover letter, and contact information of two references to Cayce Pack, Associate Director of the Zolberg Institute, at packc@newschool.edu by Monday, August 13. Due to the number of applicants, only successful applicants will be contacted.

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