EECS Technical Instructor

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TECHNICAL INSTRUCTOR, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (EECS), Overseeing and maintaining a comprehensive safety program that ensures a safe learning environment for all people using the EECS DTL Engineering Design Studio. Responsibilities include staffing DTL space on  Sunday and weekday evening hours (M-Th); providing assistances and consultation to  students and faculty in using electronic and mechanical assembly tools for projects associated with class exercises; providing guidance in debugging circuits, and in understanding issues and solutions; coordinating activities with other DTL staff to ensure smooth and safe operation of the teaching space throughout the extended teaching day; ensuring the readiness of the EECS DTL facilities for class activities through overseeing maintenance, stocking, and occasional equipment replacement; and other duties as needed.

Job Requirements: Individuals should have at least an associates degree in a technical field plus 5 years of relevant hands-on educational or industrial experience or equivalent. The applicant should enjoy teaching undergraduate students one-on-one. Skills with electronics design, mechanical drawing, machining, printed-circuit-board manufacture, 3D printing, rapid prototyping, and facility management are all desirable. Applicant should be able to handle confidential information appropriately, and use discretion and judgment in handling complex teaching and personnel situations.  Applicant must be able to communicate productively with a variety of different people in diverse setting.

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