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Sr. Research Development Officer – new

University of California, Merced Merced, CA

The Senior Research Development Officer (RDO) can broadly be defined as having a direct working relationship with faculty in their pursuit of… Glassdoor


6 days ago

Coordinator of Residential and Academic Initiatives

University of California, Merced Merced, CA

UC Merced opened in the fall 2005 with a long range goal to house 50% of the students on campus. Our growing program currently houses 2100 students… Glassdoor


6 days ago

Communications Manager

University of California, Merced Merced, CA

With general guidance from the Dean, oversees a comprehensive communications program for the Graduate Division. Provides both broad and specific… Glassdoor


1 day ago

Wireless Network Engineer – new

University of California, Merced Merced, CA

criteria for obtaining positive results that are aligned with campus policy and procedure. Uses experiences gained in the wireless network industry… Glassdoor


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    Good experience and benefits, but lower pay.

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    Former Employee - Research Assistant in Merced, CA
    Former Employee - Research Assistant in Merced, CA

    I worked at UC Merced full-time (more than 3 years)

    Pros

    Great benefits, and good opportunities to gain experience with lab management at this campus. Because UC Merced has an undergraduate population of students, there are a lot of opportunities to train and teach students in the lab.

    Cons

    I was hired for a position I was over-qualified for (Research Assistant), and executing job functions that were not congruent with the title that I was hired under. Due to the academic funding climate, I did get raises, but they were not substantial. Although I got some good experience under my belt, it was not practical to stay for more than a few years, since there are better paying jobs for doing similar things.

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