A typical day at CSN as an ADVISING AND COACHING RECEPTIONIST was scheduling appointments, answering phone calls, clerical work, and doing inventory. During down time you can do your homework, or eat a snack, basically anything as long as you had completed your tasks and there was no one to help. I learned how to be organized, explain things to people, and general customer service. Management was wonderful. She was so nice and communicative. The culture was also good. Co workers were helpful, even in other departments. I'm trying to think if there was a hard part to this job. I suppose some people who would come in or speak on the phone weren't so polite, or just would have a hard time understanding what you're trying to explain to them. Also, I wish there were more hours in it, but its a WORK STUDY job. Its considered a grant from financial aid, so you can only work X amount of hours. The most enjoyable part of the job was just being there in a good work environment with good people.
A good work environment, Easy work
Less than Aprox. 20 hours a week.