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    Default Job at Rutgers University Engineering

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    Rutgers University Employment Opportunities | Design Specialist

    This used to be my position, I recently moved to the Physics machine shop.

    If you have serious interest in the position I would be happy to talk with you about it. Send me email to:
    locolima AT gmail DOT com

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    Nobody? This would be an excellent job for someone. I get no return for posting, I just think it would be a good opportunity for the right person. Again I'll be happy to discuss with anyone serious.

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    NJ or homeless, I'll take homeless

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    The commute from my house would be problematic.

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    The pay seems on the low side for a degreed train driver, who can program CNCs. There aren't a whole lot of people who are any good at both Matlab, and running a machine shop. The job in the UCSB thread pays considerably more, with a more realistic experience combination, and no degree requirement. Granted, Santa Barbara is insanely expensive. I live here. But I wouldn't think New Brunswick is all that cheap, either.

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    Quote Originally Posted by charlie gary View Post
    The commute from my house would be problematic.
    Me too, it very problematic nowadays.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sandiapaul View Post
    Nobody? This would be an excellent job for someone. I get no return for posting, I just think it would be a good opportunity for the right person. Again I'll be happy to discuss with anyone serious.
    Even though the response hasn’t been positive, thank you for posting this job. I’m still in school, so definitely not qualified, but this would be a dream job for me!

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    You really do not need to know matlab(I don't) and the degree requirement is also not a deal breaker. It's good to have some CNC experience, esp prototrak, but you don't need to be a G code wiz. I should mention you do very little machine work, its mostly helping students do their work. Its still not filled as far as I know.


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