Research Engineering Technician I (Machinist), 76697
Location: UMKC Volker Campus
Full/Part Time: Full-Time
Job ID: 33509
Missouri Institute for Defense & Energy(KMIDE)Job Description
The Missouri Institute for Defense & Energy (MIDE) at the University of Missouri – Kansas City (UMKC) is seeking applicants for a Research Engineering Technician I to perform a variety of machine shop-based duties in support of research designated to MIDE as well as additional duties for affiliate faculty in the department of Physics & Astronomy as well as departments within the School of Computing and Engineering.
In this position the candidate can expect to fulfill work requests from students/faculty/staff as well as provide design changes based on equipment capability, professional experience/knowledge, or project deadlines.
- Machine shop execution: lathe, mill, drill press, bandsaw, etc. for the completion of work orders requiring precision machining, assembly, mass production, or modification
- Equipment repair and troubleshooting for the Missouri Institute for Defense & Energy to include machine repairs, component-level electronic repairs, plumbing, and other repairs
- Review of work order designs to ensure they are within equipment capabilities. Submission of design changes will be sent to originator for approval based on design review
- Programming of CNC systems for automated machining of parts/subcomponents
- PCB layout with experience in HF/HV considerations, manufacturability, and assembly
- 3D CAD drawing/design
- Maintain a safe and secure working environment and participate in all safety training required for position
- Promotes a team atmosphere among all members of MIDE
Minimum high school diploma or GED.Preferred Qualifications
At least two years in a machine shop operating both manual and CNC machines.Full Time/Part Time
Starting salary range is $16.92 - $23.80/HourApplication Deadline
Open Until FilledApplication Instructions
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