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The Office Worker will perform a variety of basic clerical duties in support of a longitudinal study of colorectal cancer in our Public Health Sciences division.
The Office Worker will work under minimal supervision and use judgment in making decisions. Duties include:
Applicants must be currently enrolled in an undergraduate degree program. Applicants must be highly detail oriented and have experience with Microsoft Office Suite.
NOTE - this is a work study position. Applicants must be state work study eligible.