Instructional Assistant IV, Industrial Electrical Technology (Electronics Lab)
Position DescriptionUnder general supervision, maintains and repairs electronics test equipment, maintains stock of supplies and equipment, assists students with projects and use of equipment, directs the work of student assistants and provides clerical assistance as needed. Responsibilities
- Cleans, calibrates, and repairs a wide variety of electronic consumer and test equipment; troubleshoots, designs, and fabricates equipment as needed.
- Maintains orderly storage system in tool crib; oversees the issuance and collection of equipment, tools and supplies; checks incoming instruments and components for conformance to ratings or specification.
- Conducts inventory of equipment, tools, parts and supplies; monitors budgets; maintains updated vendor files; coordinates lab purchases; ensures security of equipment during working hours.
- Advises faculty of equipment needs for proposed projects, assists in the development of instructional materials and experiments.
- Oversees the work of student assistants.
- Answers department telephones.
- Performs related duties as assigned.
- Knowledge of the principles, terminology, methodology, and troubleshooting techniques necessary for the servicing of a wide variety of electronic test and consumer equipment, including computer/digital equipment; knowledge of electronic drafting, and safety rules and procedures for working with hazardous chemicals and high voltage electricity.
- Ability to read and interpret schematics, solder, and desolder and use hand and power tools to construct electronic projects.
- Ability to implement stock control procedures; knowledge of basic purchasing procedures and basic typing.
- Ability to organize workflow and direct the work of others.
- Ability to communicate effectively, orally, and in writing, and to establish and maintain cooperative working relationships with instructors, students, vendors, and others contacted in the course of performing assigned duties.
- Any combination of education, training, and experience that provides the required knowledge, skills, and abilities. An example of this would be completion of an Associate degree in electronics, plus work experience in the repair and calibration of electronic test equipment, with exposure to the servicing of consumer electronics including computer/digital devices.
- Clear evidence of sensitivity to and understanding of the diverse academic, socioeconomic, cultural, disability, gender identity, sexual orientation, and ethnic backgrounds of community college students.
- Working hours: Monday through Friday; hours may vary depending on assignment.
- Although this assignment is initially at the InTech Center, transfers to the Chino, Fontana or Rancho Campus may be possible per contract and need.
- Cover Letter
- Copy of college level transcripts (if you are using your education to meet the qualifications) (photocopies or computer printouts are acceptable. Copies of diplomas/degrees are NOT acceptable in lieu of transcripts.)
This is a full-time, 12-month, classified bargaining unit position.. Start date: as soon as possible. Range 19 of the CSEA Salary Schedule with starting salary of Step A, $4,098/month; progresses over time to $5,765/month. Excellent benefit package.