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CIOCS Seeks Student Interns


Thank you for your interest, this position has been filled. Are you a UMass Boston student looking for employment on-campus? Are you eligible for work-study? Check out the paid Office Assistant internship at the Collaborative Institute by logging into the UMB Student Employment database. (You will need to register first, according to the directions provided on the website.) If this sounds like a job for you, please email an inquiry and/or your resume to our Executive Director Robbin Peach at Read all about the job description and requirements under the jump.

*Job ID:            9804

*Job Title:            Office Assistant-Collaborative Institute for Oceans, Climate & Security

*Employer Name:             McCormack Graduate School of Policy Studies

*No of Openings:            1

*Employment Start Date:            ASAP

*Job Description:           General office assistance including data entry, miscellaneous computer work, filing, organizing office files, and photocopying; familiarity with social networkings (blogs, Facebook, Twitter, etc.); strong proof-reading and editing abilities; online research sills; experience creating/maintaining Excel spreadsheets/databases; assist in conferences.

*Qualifications:           Federal work-study required; basic data entry/computer knowledge including Excel; ability to organize; internet research/skills.

*Application Instructions:            Apply by email to

Posting Information

*Job Location City: Boston

*Job Location State: MA

*Job Category: Office, Administrative and Customer Support

*Position Type: Work-Study On-Campus

Applicant Type: Standard Access

*Post Date:            2/1/2012

*Expiration Date:            2/28/2012

Author: The Collaborative Institute for Oceans, Climate and Security (CIOCS)

The Collaborative Institute for Oceans, Climate and Security is distinguished by its focus on the intersections of oceans, climate and security, and emerging associated policy and management implications. Founded at UMass Boston in January 2010, the Collaborative Institute exists to develop and communicate high-value intellectual, policy, and technical expertise to help stabilize the health of our atmosphere, coastal communities and marine ecosystems, and human/national security for all. It seeks on a global scale to create new strategic opportunities to bring innovation to science, policy and communications. Visionary, as well as opportunistic and flexible, the Collaborative Institute uses multi-sector engagement as a cornerstone of its work and uses public/private revenue to sustain its mission.

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