General Physics Laboratory Manager
The primary functions of the Physics and Astrophysics Department are teaching, research and service. In accordance with the mission of the University, the Department provides physics courses for physics majors and minors, astrophysics minor, and service courses to students from other programs in the colleges of Arts & Sciences and other units of the University.Duties & Responsibilities
- Manage teaching laboratories of the Physics & Astrophysics Department
- Coordinate lab schedule with available course instructorsMaintain a clean, organized and safe laboratory environment Set-up equipment prior to scheduled laboratory sections. This may involve lifting and moving some laboratory equipment which may weigh up to 50 lb. Properly track and store lab equipment Order consumables Develop and revise laboratory experiments as needed in cooperation with faculty
- Strong verbal and written communication skills Ability to operate equipment normally found in physics teaching laboratories Ability and willingness to learn new technologies Excellent interpersonal and organizational skills along with ability to take initiative Ability to work in a detail-oriented atmosphere Ability to effectively and positively interact with all constituents (teaching assistants, faculty, students, staff and public) Excellent problem-solving skills
- M.S. degree in physics Six months experience working in an experimental research laboratory environment at least as a graduate student. At least two years of experience in teaching introductory physics laboratories Successful completion of criminal history records check
- Ph.D. degree in physics Two or more years of experimental research laboratory experience at least as a graduate student.
- Cover letter Resume/CV List of at least three references (including contact information)
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