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Anyone work at NIH? - August 25, 2007, 07:21 PM

Threw in my resume there recently, was wondering who from here is there. Looking at admin area careers. Was wondering about the place a bit. PM me if ya can.



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August 25, 2007, 07:22 PM

Brother in law used to work there.. But I'm sure that doesn't help you much! Good luck on gettin the job!


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It's like Fort Knox getting into that place!


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August 26, 2007, 06:54 PM

Doing postdoctoral research there in the NCI. For the type of work you're talking about, I imagine it's going to be the same as any civilian federal work. I'm not technically and FTE so I can't really give you much useful info.

Security is a pain in the azz. They have "the fence" around the compound, and you have to keep track of which entrances and exits are open when. Parking's a pain too, unless you have a permit or come by bike. They're very cycle-friendly with the entrance and parking, however. I only had one jackass at the gate make me take my helmet off ever.


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August 28, 2007, 11:41 AM

good to know about bike friendly. gonna be a freakin trip everyday from Htown, but I think I can handle the commute. Sent in my reworked resume, and also to some other areas. need something new, this place doesn't appreciate my skills or knowledge.

I'm also still available as a man whore, but thats not panning out the way I thought it would.



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August 28, 2007, 11:50 AM

Security is a pain in the azz. They have "the fence" around the compound, and you have to keep track of which entrances and exits are open when. Parking's a pain too, unless you have a permit or come by bike. They're very cycle-friendly with the entrance and parking, however. I only had one jackass at the gate make me take my helmet off ever.[/quote]

second that on the parking, yes, biker friendly. The line to park under Building 10 (aka The Big House) would be 20 cars deep while they checked trunks and underneath with mirrors., the security folks would wave me around with a smile and no questions asked.


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