How to Apply
Apply through http://careers.umich.edu/ (click on “APPLY NOW” box on the upper right corner of this page). Applications will only be accepted from current undergraduate Computer and Information Science students. Include your resume.
An undergraduate student in Computer and Information Science department is sought for assistance on collaborative projects. An assistant in research will have the opportunity to work on faculty-generated projects. Students are paid bi-weekly at an hourly rate determined by the faculty project sponsor.
Selected candidates will assist with experimental procedures and in the preparation of reports, perform simple calculations or measurements, code and/or record data. Specific activities are dependent upon the faculty research. Perform other duties as assigned or requested by your direct supervisor. Weekly meetings with the faculty supervisor may be required in this position.
Must be a current Computer and Information Science undergraduate student at UM-Dearborn
Self-motivation and willingness to learn new applications and the ability to work independently
Good communication skills
Good organizational and documentation skills for keeping track of data and multiple analysis steps
Proficient in Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, internet search engines, internet and mobile devices
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U-M EEO/AA Statement
The University of Michigan is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.