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6/16/2018
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Graduate Assistant-Research (Cui)-2
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The Texas A&M University System | Prairie View, TX
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Job Description

Job Title

Graduate Assistant-Research (Cui)-2

Agency

Prairie View A&M University

Department

Electrical Engineering

Proposed Minimum Salary

$1,600.00 monthly

Job Location

Prairie View, Texas

Job Type

Graduate Assistant

Job Description

This position will assist Electrical and Computer Engineering faculty conduct research on microprocessor and micro-controller related research and educational project. Student should have skills on both computer hardware and software.

Responsibilities:

* Assist electrical and computer engineering faculty conduct research on microprocessor and micro-controller related research and educational project.
* Performing other duties as assigned.

Required Education & Experience:

* Bachelor's degree.
* Presently enrolled for at least nine (9) graduate or six (6) undergraduate semester credit hours during the term in which the work is to be done.
* Must be in academic good standing (SAP) as demonstrated through your college; minimum 2.0 GPA
* No prior experience necessary
* For work eligibility during a summer term, a student must be enrolled for at least six (6) graduate or undergraduate semester credit hours during the term in which the work is to be done or preregistered at least 6 undergraduate semester hours or 9 graduate semester hours for the upcoming fall term.

Preferred Education:

* Bachelor's degree in Computer Engineering.

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:

* Computer hardware and software skills.

Job Posting Close Date:

* 6/18/2018

Required Attachments:

Please attach all required documents listed below in the attachment box labeled as either "Resume/CV or Resume/Cover Letter" on the application. Multiple attachments may be included in the "Resume/CV" or Resume/Cover Letter" attachment box. Any additional attachments provided outside of the required documents listed below are considered optional.

* Cover Letter
* Resume or Curriculum Vitae

Application Submission Guidelines:

All applicants are required to apply via our Career Site on or before the closing date indicated on the job posting. Applicant inquiries received via email and websites such as Indeed, HigherEdJobs, etc. will not be considered unless the individual has applied to the available position via the PVAMU Career site.

The required documents listed in the above Required Attachments section must be attached to the application prior to the job closing date indicated to ensure full consideration for the application submitted. Please contact the Office of Human Resource on or before the closing date indicated above at 936-261-1730 or jobs@pvamu.edu should you need assistance with the online application process.

Background Check Requirements:

All positions are security-sensitive. Applicants are subject to a criminal history investigation, and employment is contingent upon the agency's verification of credentials and/or other information required by agency procedures, including the completion of the criminal history check.

All positions are security-sensitive. Applicants are subject to a criminal history investigation, and employment is contingent upon the institution's verification of credentials and/or other information required by the institution's procedures, including the completion of the criminal history check.

Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action/Veterans/Disability Employer committed to diversity.

About The Texas A&M University System

Texas A&M University is the site of a training school for firefighters and the headquarters of Texas Task Force One, a FEMA Urban Search and Rescue team. The bonfire rescue effort began immediately as emergency personnel were on the site at the time of the collapse and lasted almost 24 hours. Listening devices and search cameras were used to locate trapped victims. An internal investigation conducted by Texas A&M officials concluded administrative oversight, tunnel vision and poor construction practices contributed to the collapse.