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It did not take long at all. First you will fill out an application, and they will apply it to any other positions on campus that you want to apply for. If interested you will receive a phone call to do an interview (If in the same city then it's on campus, phone interview if you're not on campus". After the interview, if hired, there will be a training that is only a few hours long to go over job duties, assignments l, and time to get to know your coworkers.

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As an adjunct at a certain level I am offered health benefits.

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The most stressful part is being on call all hours of night when on duty.

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The working hours are good 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

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On average I work 8-10 hours a day

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The interview was for Electronic Tech III, it was with the Assistant to the Director of Resident Life, I did most of the talking, explaining what I had done in electronics, and why I felt I should be considered for the job.

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I received a pone call after I had submitted my resume.

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More money and an equal or better work environment

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It's an enjoyable job but the pay is not nearly enough for the responsibilities that are needed for certain front desks.

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