New York State Office of the Attorney General
Division of Economic Justice
Bureau of Internet & Technology – New York City
Paid, Part-Time Graduate Student Assistant
Reference No. BIT_PUGS_NYC_2020
The Bureau of Internet & Technology in the New York State Office of the Attorney General (OAG) has a paid, part-time
position available in the New York City office for graduate students. We are seeking mature, bright, responsible,
hardworking students with excellent organizational and interpersonal skills. They must also be able to work without
supervision and are punctual and able to manage multiple, time sensitive tasks simultaneously.
The selected student will be assisting the Bureau’s investigators, mediators, and support staff with consumer complaint
intake; fulfilling information requests; and responding to general consumer mail, email and telephone inquiries. They will
be responsible for complaint data entry and bureau database maintenance. The position will also involve occasional
research and case development projects, light filing and other duties are as assigned.
This is a paid position for 30 hours per week. The candidate selected for this position must be eligible to be employed in
the U.S and a full-time graduate student in good academic standing, as defined by their school. The selected candidate
will be hired as a student assistant at the hourly rate of $15.28. The selected candidate must be available to begin
immediately and a candidate who can is available to work during the summer and into the 2020-21 academic year is
preferred. Please be advised that reappointment for additional semesters/terms is possible but neither automatic nor
Candidates from diverse backgrounds are encouraged to apply.
The OAG is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to workplace diversity.