[geogu-l] Computer Student Job Opportunity at USGS
rroth at u.washington.edu
Tue Aug 30 09:01:20 PDT 2011
First released August 29, 2011; expires September 30, 2011
PART-TIME COMPUTER STUDENT JOB AT USGS IN TACOMA
The U.S. Geological Survey in Tacoma is looking for temporary part-time
computer student help starting hopefully at the end of October and lasting
through the summer of 2012. We are looking for a Computer Science or
Mathematics student who works well independently, is a self-starter, and has
good communication skills. We prefer someone who will not graduate before
the spring of 2012.
The student would be based in Tacoma and work under the supervision of the
Information Technology Services Section Chief. We prefer that the student
work a minimum of 20 hours per week and hopefully full-time during summer
The position title will be Computer Clerk, and the grade-level/pay will
depend on the education level and experience of the student. Work-study
students are encouraged to apply. We expect the hire to occur at the GS-3/4
level ($12.75-$14.31 per hour - 2 years of college-level education or
experience required). The position does not include benefits. The student
temporary position requires that the student be in school (not necessary
during the summer) and registered for at least half-time enrollment (as
defined by the educational institution).
Interested students should fax their resume, unofficial transcripts, and
list of references to (253) 552-1581, Attn: Sharbra Gordon-Scott, or e-mail
the same information to sgordon-scott at usgs.gov. Applications may also be
mailed to Sharbra Gordon-Scott, USGS/WRD, 934 Broadway, Ste. 300, Tacoma, WA
98402. Students who have questions may call Sharbra Gordon-Scott at (253)
552-1698. The office web site may be accessed at
<http://wa.water.usgs.gov/> http://wa.water.usgs.gov .
The U.S. Geological Survey is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
US Geological Survey, WAWSC
934 Broadway, Ste 300
Tacoma, WA 98402
sgordon-scott at usgs.gov
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