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General Maintenance Mechanic
"Words can’t express how nice it is for the boss to ask 'what tools do you need? How can I help you?' The team is very helpful with time and shift changes, I couldn’t ask for better. It’s a different experience here—I love it."
Leslie Farland, ScD
Dept. of Epidemiology and Biostatistics
“It is inspiring to come into work every day and know my colleagues, and our students, are working toward improving the health of our local and global communities.”
“I started working at the University of Arizona in August 1980. One of the best benefits of working at the university is being able to help my children get their undergraduate degrees. The education they received has helped them be the successful people they are today.”
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