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Not engineering exaclty but what the hell 		Kate O'Brien
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DATE:	7/1/98 1:01 PM

RE:	new job anyone?

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Subject: new job anyone?
Date: Wed, 01 Jul 1998 10:01:35 -0700
From: "Margaret O'Brien" <mob(--nospam--at)icess.ucsb.edu>

Pass it on if you want-
Rents are high, beaches are pink, good windsurfing.
M

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Subject: Sys Admin Job on Beautiful Bermuda!!
Date: Tue, 30 Jun 1998 16:14:32 -0700
From: Dave Siegel <davey(--nospam--at)icess.ucsb.edu>


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Assistant to the Computer Systems Administrator


The Bermuda Biological Station for Research Inc. is taking applications
for the position of Assistant to the Computer Systems Administrator.
The position requires an individual with a general knowledge of Unix
(Solaris 2.5 preferred) system administration, Microsoft Windows '95,
general networking principles, application software as well as PC
Hardware & configuration.


Recent relevant experience with the above and experience in a research
or educational institution is essential. A science background would be
a plus.  The successful candidate will be able to work with a minimum
of supervision, and a level of responsibility will be given for
projects assigned by the Computer Systems Administrator.  The position
may also call for some off-hours, weekend & public holiday work as well
as on-call availability.


The Bermuda Biological Station for Research, Inc. is a U.S.
incorporated 401(c)(3) not-for-profit research and education
institution located in the Bermuda islands (a dependent territory of
the United Kingdom located in the North Atlantic). The international
staff consists of approximately 100 people. Activities include
oceanographic and marine biological research conducted by resident and
visiting scientists, and university level courses on topics ranging
from marine pollution to remote sensing. Additional information on the
Bermuda Biological Station for Research can be found on the
World-Wide-Web at http://www.bbsr.edu/

Send application & resume by July 7, 1998, to:

Mike Cresswell, Computer Systems Administrator

Bermuda Biological Station for Research

17 Biological Lane,

St. George's, GE-01

BERMUDA

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