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If you can claim a reasonable level of familiarity with Windows, you'll
have a better chance. Many technical openings are for general purpose
departmental support people, and most departments have a large number of
windows users (even in departments which are heavily unix-oriented on the
In any case, the application process is a total pain, and always has been.
The technical appication is at least 10 years out of date. They often
don't respond at all, or take a long time to do so.
The job list is at http://hr.ucdavis.edu/emp/eoblist.htm. You'd probably
be looking for something between Programmer II and Programmer IV,
depending on how the department classifies it. If at all possible, go for
a programmer title rather than computer resource specialist (CRS).
Programmers have more chance of promotion, as it's easier to be promoted
within a classification than to have your classification changed, and CRS
only goes up to level II.
A student job is likely to be easier to get, if you're interested in the
work more than the money. However, student jobs are limited to an average
of 19 hours a week, generally pay lower per hour, and don't include
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