Laboratory Technologist - 12190BR
10%-Trains and instructs graduate students, technicians, and others in the use, care, maintenance, and calibration of electric equipment. Provides training on the safe use of electronics and electric equipment. Provide training and guidance on trouble-shooting of electronic circuits.
25%-Maintains electronic equipment used in Departmental lab classes. Maintains electronic equipment in the Department. Follows standard procedures to achieve these objectives.
10%-Operates and maintains wire-bonding machine for specialized electronic fabrication.
10%-Operates and maintains soldering station for precision electronic assembly.
5%-Reviews new developments in electronic circuitry and stays current in the field by keeping abreast of new technology through trade periodicals. Selects and purchases electronic components and solid-state devices.
- High School/GED and three years of related experience OR Bachelor's degree in Electrical Engineering Technology or Electronics or similar discipline and one year of related experience.
- Three (3) years of experience in construction and testing of electronic circuits as evidenced by application materials.
- Two (2) years of experience instructing others in the proper and safe use of electronic devices, as evidenced by work history.
- One (1) year of experience with Computer-Aided Design (CAD) as evidenced by application materials.
- One (1) year of electrical assembly experience using soldering and wire bonding techniques as evidenced by application materials.
- Good written communication skills as evidenced by application materials.
- Electronics technical training or certification.
- Good oral communication skills, to be evaluated at the interview stage.
Additional Candidate Instructions
For first consideration, please apply before July 23, 2018.