My wife works at Mercer/Marsh (17 & arch), and they seem to be hiring administrative assistants -- well, at least one. You might want to check their job listings.
On Sep 30, 2011 12:38 PM, <email@example.com
> To clarify the situation, she is not a sysadmin, she's an office admin.
> My apologies for not being more precise. I was looking more for that type of environment for her, while she continues on to her Bachelors.
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> From: Michael Lazin <firstname.lastname@example.org
> Date: Fri, 30 Sep 2011 12:17:39
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> Subject: Re: [PLUG] Digital forensics/Admin position
> I work on the security team at a web hosting company and domain registrar,
> and we will be looking for a new team member in the next few few months. We
> are looking for somebody who has an associates in a computer related field
> who is comfortable with the command line. We will train them in doing
> access log forensics, we just need somebody who at least knows what grep is
> and can navigate directories etc. He can send me a resume off list and I'll
> pass it on.
> On Fri, Sep 30, 2011 at 10:22 AM, <email@example.com
>> Hey all,
>> I know this is a long shot at best, but I have a friend who's finishing up
>> an Associates Degree in computer forensics. I understand that an AS doesn't
>> get you that much in the job market today, but she has a lot of admin and
>> customer service experience. I was wondering if anybody knew of a forensic
>> company that could use an admin that was motivated to grow into something
>> more than that role.
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