3D Labs Coordinator – School of Art & Design
AUT University School of Art & Design – 3D Labs technical support staff
The School of Art & Design in the Faculty of Creative Technologies has excellent facilities for making 3 dimensional objects including wood and metal workshops, digital fabrication (CNC router, laser cutters, 3D printers) and wet lab (mould making, casting, fiberglass and spray painting).
We are looking for a competent woodworker and metalworker and wet lab experienced practitioner with managerial skills to help establish and support all aspects of our 3D Labs facility. We are looking for a capable person who has a tertiary qualification (certificate / diploma / degree) or industry qualification/experience appropriate to the level required to perform the job effectively and efficiently.
The role will also involve providing support and assistance to the Technical Services Manager and take on a project management and coordination role in activities across Faculty Research Institutes and Technical Facilities.
Do you have the skills to operate and manage a technical facility in a tertiary education environment, and carry out wider technical support duties? If so, then this may be for you.
Tertiary education is a diverse and rewarding work environment. You will be working with a range of students, staff and external clients, varied requirements and unusual teaching and research projects. We are looking for someone motivated and versatile who can make a difference.
Closes on: 14th January 2016, 5.00pm
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