Development Technician II - 115391
#115391 Development Technician IIExtended Deadline: Fri 5/27/2022
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Under general supervision, incumbent will assist a team of engineers supporting scientific research in the area of Structural Engineering. Maintenance and general operation of equipment, including material handling devices and electronic instruments. Use hand and power tools, measuring devices, and Machining tools. Fabricate, assemble and maintain electrical and mechanical equipment.
Electronics; Good technical background and practical experience, broad knowledge and familiarity with electrical and mechanical concepts and devices.
Basic experience with machine shop equipment(i.e. lathe, milling machine, drill press, band saw and grinding equipment) involving various materials.
Posses a High School Diploma with knowledge of and working experience in basic math and principles of physics.
Data acquisition; experience or ability to learn computerized data collection skills.
Basic skills in electrical/electronic assembly, soldering, testing and maintenance.
Ability to interact and communicate effectively with lab personnel, researchers and faculty.
Ability to work in "field like" conditions, i.e. scaffolding, ladders, and non-climate controlled areas.
Knowledge of laboratory and shop safety procedures with regard to handling of hazardous/dangerous materials and equipment.
Working knowledge of PC operating systems, including and Microsoft Windows.
Familiarity with measuring systems, including calipers, micrometers and dial gages
Knowledge of or ability to learn experimental operation principles, data collection, and routine data analysis with emphasis on attention to detail.
Ability to do quality work, be conscientious, organized and prepare excellent documentation.
Ability to interact with researchers to determine requirements to achieve the desired test objectives.
- Must be able to occasionally work evening and weekends as required to complete research projects.
Job offer is contingent on successful engagement in the UC COVID-19 Vaccination program (fully vaccinated with documented proof or approved exception/deferral).
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