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Customer Service Representative
Wage: Base: $12/hour; Maximum: $13.70/hour; Work-Study required
Supervisor: Ticketing Manager, Shift Managers
Functions: As a Customer Service Representative (CSR), you will represent the Bienen School of Music by providing customer service to a wide range of patrons, faculty, and students attending our 100+ concerts and performances throughout the year. CSRs sell tickets to these events and provide general customer assistance over the phone at the Bienen School of Music Concert Management Office and in the concert hall lobby directly before events. Working in a professional but social environment alongside other CSRs and student Shift Managers, CSRs strive to create a friendly and positive impression of the Bienen School of Music for all patrons.
Hours: Flexible hours seven days a week between 8:30 a.m. and 10 p.m. (approximately 8–12 hours per week based on Work-Study allowance). Schedule to be sent out weekly based on concert schedules and reported CSR availability. A mixture of evening, daytime, and weekend hours. Work takes place in the Concerts@ Bienen Ticket Office at Pick-Staiger Concert Hall and at events held in various on-campus performance venues. Optional hours during holiday breaks.
Dress: During public events, CSR staff must wear clean, professional attire and a name tag. Concert dress code is black apparel only—suggested attire for men is a pressed, black, oxford dress shirt and black pants. Suggested attire for women is a black dress, or a black blouse with black skirt or pants. Jeans, T-shirts, or tennis shoes are not acceptable during concert shifts. Casual wear is acceptable during shifts with no public events.
Wage: Base: $14/hour; Maximum: $16.30/hour
Supervisor: Ticketing Manager
Supervises: Customer Service Representatives
Functions: Provide customer service by answering phones, selling tickets, assisting patrons, supervising events, supervising evening and weekend staff, and resolving ticketing problems.
Hours: Flexible hours seven days a week between 8:30 a.m. and 10 p.m. (approximately 8–12 hours per week based on Work-Study allowance). Schedule to be determined at the beginning of each quarter based on concert schedules and office hours. Includes reading and finals week with flexibility. Optional hours during holiday breaks. Quarterly mandatory meetings. A mixture of evening, daytime, and weekend hours. Work takes place in the Bienen School of Music Concert Management Office and at events held in nine locations on campus.
Dress: During public events, Shift Manager (SM) staff must wear clean, professional attire and a name tag. Concert dress code is business attire. Jeans, T-shirts, tennis shoes, or boots are not acceptable. Casual wear is acceptable during shifts with no public events.
Public Contact: High public contact.
Monetary: Daily Receipts of up to $6,000
Cleaning, Physical Labor, and Maintenance: Minimal; keeping office and box office areas organized and neat. Supervising the transportation of ticketing equipment from locked storage areas to concert locations on campus