£32,475 - £36,243 incl.LW
Location: Roehampton Vale
Permanent, Full Time
As a Machining/Fabrication Technician working within the Faculty of Science, Engineering and Computing (SEC), you will provide practical and operational support in the Machining Laboratory, but potentially across any area of the Faculty. You’ll support learning, research and teaching activities working closely with both staff and students. Your focus will be on our Machining Laboratory, contributing to the learning experience of the students by providing guidance on the use of resources and promoting an excellent understanding of manufacturing activities. You will organise technical operations including assisting students with projects and managing a range of specialist equipment used in the manufacturing industry. You will ensure the laboratories and the facilities within them are maintained in good order in accordance with health and safety legislation and the manufacturers’ maintenance instructions.
You will be an outgoing, self-motivated and enthusiastic individual, ready to contribute to the day to day operation and maintenance of the faculty’s laboratories and to work with students, academics and clients. You have a demonstrable track record in the field of machining and fabrication engineering. You will be qualified to an appropriate HNC/HND or an equivalent City & Guilds qualification. You will be familiar with machining and fabrication workshop practices and have served a relevant recognised indentured/modern apprenticeship.
The Faculty of Science Engineering & Computing is the newest Faculty at Kingston University, set up in 2011. Providing excellent resources to more than 8,000 students, the faculty brings together teaching and research expertise, offering a vast range of courses to undergraduate and postgraduate students, internationally acclaimed research and services to industry.
Further information and to apply, please visit our website.
Closing date: 22 January 2017.
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