Advanced Manufacturing Lab Coordinator (PT)

Location
Sugar Grove, IL
Posted
Jul 26, 2017
Institution Type
Community College


The Advanced Manufacturing Laboratory Coordinator will assist with student support, schedule open lab hours, order needed lab supplies, schedule machine repairs and assist with lab maintenance and safety. The Advanced Manufacturing Laboratory Coordinator is responsible to the Dean for Business and Career Technologies.

Responsibilities:

Conduct scheduled open lab sessions.

Oversee the usage of lab consumables by completing regular inventory counts to ensure proper levels are maintained. Place orders as needed.

Complete machine repair orders and schedule maintenance.

Assist with lab setup, open houses, student competitions and special projects.

Help with general lab cleanliness. Process maintenance work orders for larger clean ups.

Maintain lab safety and wear personal protection equipment.

Follow all safety protocols, including the proper storage of and disposal of equipment and hazardous materials according to material safety data sheet (MSDS) requirements.


Req ID: req226

Job Title: Advanced Manufacturing Lab Coordinator (PT)

Division: Business and Career Technologies

Location: Sugar Grove Campus

Grant Funded: No

Employment Type: Part-time Support Staff

Compensation Range: 18.18 - 18.18, starting pay, prior experience will be considered

Compensation Type: Hourly

Work Schedule: Varies

Work Hours: 25

Documents to be attached: Cover Letter-Yes
Resume-Yes
References-Yes
Transcripts-Yes(May also be provided at interview)


Special Instructions to Applicants: Please attach all required documents when applying.

Testing: No

Targeted Hire Date: 8/21/2017

Position Qualifications: Certificate of Completion in advanced manufacturing or related discipline.

Two years of experience working with various industrial tools, equipment and machines.

Two years of student support or customer service skills.

Two years of experience with inventory and ordering processes.

Ability to work independently and follow directions, written and oral.

Excellent organizational skills.

Basic computer skills and familiarity with Microsoft Office.

Excellent communication skills, written and oral.

Experience with shop safety procedures.

Preferred:

Associate degree or two-year technical certificate in advanced manufacturing or related discipline.

Knowledge of software used in advanced manufacturing programs.

Advanced knowledge using/operating industrial tools, equipment, and machines.

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