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This is an office worker (work-study eligible preferred) student job to support/provide general clerical office support in the Program in Immunology.
Most work will be done on a computer
Shift is variable Monday through Friday and consists of 35-40 hours/week during the summer. This position will be full time during the summer and part time during the school year.