Summary: The position is full-time. The Engineering Lab Coordinator will assist instructors and students, and maintain clean, manageable, and productive laboratory facilities in order to maximize the efficiency of the student learning process. Supported programs include: Electronics Engineering Technology, Civil Engineering Technology, and Engineering Science. An Associate’s degree in Engineering or Engineering Technology is required. The prospective candidate should be well versed in various areas of engineering/technology. Experience in electronics, 3D printers, civil engineering, and/or mechanical engineering, etc. a plus.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
• Facilities monitoring – Maintain neat, organized, and orderly classroom/laboratory spaces, making sure equipment, parts, etc. are put in their proper place. Clean work spaces. Pay special attention to remove any graffiti immediately. Report issues to Maintenance, Tech Services, or other department as appropriate. • Equipment repair and maintenance – Keep equipment clean and operating correctly. Repair broken equipment as able, or send out for repair if needed. Purchase new equipment to replace damaged items. Order new equipment as needed to keep the lab up to date. • Supply ordering – Order electronic components and basic lab supplies as needed. Keep track of current inventory and replenish as necessary. Remove inventory no longer in use. Remove damaged inventory. Anticipate and verify instructors’ current needs and add new supplies as necessary. Verify and receive orders as they arrive. • Outreach – Represent the engineering and technology programs at on site and off site events (college fairs, robotics competitions, etc.). Lead tours of the engineering labs for outside groups. • Lab development – Assist professors in designing and developing student labs. May require performing the lab to work out the problems before student involvement. Independently develop student labs/projects. Create Microsoft Word versions of labs, including adding graphs and pictures (involving photography or drawing/creating using appropriate computer software). Update lab experiments each semester. Work with professor on revisions. • Student support –Open and monitor engineering laboratory when students need to catch up on lab exercises. Tutor students as needed. • 3D printers – Open and monitor the 3D Printer Lab for use. Maintain awareness of changes in the 3D printing industry. Assist in the development of any curriculum around 3D printing. Demonstrate and/or present 3D printers to classes, at open houses, conferences, and other events as needed. • Other duties as assigned.
An Associate’s degree in Engineering or Engineering Technology is required.
Internal Number: S-0020-2019
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