Technician in Engineering & Design - Part Time
We are currently building a new and diverse team of creative and innovative people to establish our Engineering and Design degrees in our new state-of-the-art Engineering and Digital Technology Park on the Bognor Regis Campus. With excellent teaching laboratories containing new equipment, students will put their learning immediately into practice, working with those studying engineering and creative disciplines and reproducing a real live workplace environment.
We are now seeking to recruit a part-time Technician in Engineering and Design to join the team at this exciting time. The post holder will work closely with Academic staff in the specification, procurement, set-up and commissioning of the engineering and product design equipment within the laboratories and workshops of the Engineering and Design Department.
The successful candidate will also ensure that the work of academics in laboratories and workshops is supported effectively and efficiently.
Applicants should ideally have previous experience in supporting engineering or scientific laboratories or manufacturing equipment or workshop spaces. You will be experienced and qualified in engineering science ideally with experience of working with and supporting academic staff and students either at Higher Education or Further Education level.
A good working knowledge of Health and Safety within engineering applications is essential, and you must have demonstrable communication and interpersonal skills that enable you to work effectively and build successful relationships at all levels.
Informal enquiries are welcomed by Professor Stuart Harmer, Head of Department - Engineering and Design via email at S.Harmer@chi.ac.uk telephone 01243 816068.
Interview Date: To be confirmed
This position will require a Disclosure and Barring Check (DBS) which will be undertaken by the University on appointment.
The University of Chichester welcomes applicants from BAME (Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic) backgrounds as they are currently under represented at this level.