The College of Human Ecology has an immediate opening for a part time (10-19 hours/week), temporary technical support assistant in the Digital Design and Fabrication Studio (D2FS). As member of our Technical Support team, you will cultivate a climate of academic exploration, creativity, and innovation within the context of safe, well organized, clean, and well maintained maker spaces. The role of the assistant is to provide support to the studio technicians.
Guide walk-in students to the proper website for intake Oversee/Proctor the Assembly and Electronic Assembly rooms Provide Gallery Exhibit support Preform housekeeping, tool restocking, materials inventory of paint room, wood shop, supply room Provide a safety watch of ongoing cutting/printing jobs while in progress (to allow other technicians a break or opportunity to go set up another job)
If the employee has the needed technical/machine skills, additional responsibilities may include:
performing equipment checks and preventive maintenance on wood shop equipment provide electronics support (basic circuits, circuit testing, component testing, python programming) Vinyl cutting and design making with vinyl
Required Skills and Attributes:
High School diploma plus 1 year experience, or equivalent combination of education and experience
Ability to interact with students and others from diverse background
Knowledge of a variety of shop tools and equipment, including safety
Basic computer skills, i.e, navigating the web, e-mail, basic keyboard navigation and data entry
Ability to work in a dynamic setting with changing priorities
Attention to detail, high degree of concentration and eye/hand coordination
Ability to lift 20 pounds or more
University Job Title:
Temp Serv Tech
No Grade - Hourly
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