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Student Operator Application for Employment

To be considered for a student Operator position, you must be a 1st or 2nd year undergraduate. Your application will be reviewed upon receipt. You should be contacted within two weeks of submission. You may call Tucker Hurton at 862-4636 for the status of your application.

Personal Information
Availability
Please provide the number of hours per week available to work both during the school year and during breaks
Not to exceed 20 hours
Not to exceed 40 hours
Educational History
Previous Work History
Please include current/previous employment, job description, responsibilities and pay history.
References
Please include address, phone number, and email of a UNH Professor or employer who knows you well enough to give a recommendation, if possible.
Reference 1
Additional Information
Please do not hesitate to offer any other personal information that you might think sets you apart from other applicants:

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Follow UNH Research Computing on Twitter

It’s so simple now to follow us on Twitter.  All you have to do is go to http://www.unh.edu/research/support-units/research-computing-center and click on the button that says Follow@UNHRCI.  Once you’re following us you’ll get instant Twitter notifications alerting you to new blog posts and other good stuff.  Easy!

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Research Integrity Services Welcomes Melissa McGee

Melissa McGee joined the Research Integrity Services (RIS) staff in the position of Compliance Officer on Monday, September 16, 2013.   In this new position, Melissa will be working initially on UNH’s Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) program, then taking on export controls and other institutional compliance issues related to research.  Melissa moved from Sponsored Programs Administration to this position.

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