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    ... From: Alayne Unterberger To: grads@anthro.ufl.edu Cc: Sent: 5/19/2004 2:54 PM Subject: position in Tampa Please post widely: Proyecto Amistad-The
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      -----Original Message-----
      From: Alayne Unterberger
      To: grads@...
      Cc:
      Sent: 5/19/2004 2:54 PM
      Subject: position in Tampa

      Please post widely:

      Proyecto Amistad-The Friendship Project, a partnership between the
      University of South Florida and the Florida Institute for Community
      Studies (FICS), is now accepting applications for a bilingual
      (English-Spanish) Project Director with at least 2 years of prior
      experience conducting a clinical or behavioral trial research study and
      supervising study staff. This highly responsible position requires a
      Master's degree (MPH/MSPH in public health or epidemiology preferred)
      and experience working with adolescent health, harm reduction, and
      sexuality issues preferred. Salary is $40,000/year plus health benefits
      and mileage.

      Send resume, cover letter and at least three references by June 15, 2004
      to Alayne Unterberger, Executive Director, FICS, PO Box 16745, Tampa, FL
      33687 or via email at Alayne@.... No phone calls please.
      FICS is an equal opportunity employer.




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      Cesar Chavez: "It's ironic that those who till the soil, cultivate and
      harvest the fruits, vegetables, and other foods that fill your tables
      with abundance have nothing left for themselves."

      Alayne Unterberger, MA
      Executive Director, Florida Institute for Community Studies, Inc.
      Main contact: (813) 477-2882 (cell) or (813) 248-3427 (248.FICS)
      (office)
      FAX: (813) 248-3230 E-mail: alayne@... Website:
      www.ficsinc.org <http://www.ficsinc.org/>
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