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03/06/11
Application for positions. Government Labs
Filed under: Recent Posts, Position Searching, First Year on Job, Post-docs, Technicians, Legal matters
Posted by: site admin @ 6:19 pm

Do you know what you are expected to complete
for a typical government laboratory position?  Here
is a note from a colleague:

“…In this regard, I am in the process of applying for
a position at Argonne National Laboratories.  In the
application site, they request six documents:

1.  Research statement
2.  Research proposal
3.  Grad school transcript
4.  Data verification form
5.  Cover letter
6.  CV

Of all these items, the only one I’m not familiar with
is the Data Verification Form.  By any chance do you
know what this document is about?  I tried to “google”
it but did not find anything that made sense to me.”

From what I have had to fill out for recent positions,
the Data Verification form could be:
From I-9:  http://www.uscis.gov/files/form/i-9.pdf

Most people should also expect to complete
confidentiality forms, signing over inventions to
companies, and non-compete agreements.
If I find out more, I will post.

 

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