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ENERGY: Lab Tech Position

Part time- flexible schedule up to 25 hours per week Monday through Friday
Salary Range: 
$12.80 - 17.25
Benefits Eligible: 
Job End Date: 
Application Due Date: 
Thursday, July 7, 2022
All applications are due by 11:59PM (Arizona time) on the day listed above.
Job Summary: 

The EMCC Energy Institute is hiring a Lab Technician.  This job is an essential part of the Energy Institute and will be be the main contact individual for instructors to have labs set up before class, ensure that equipment is in working order, and ensure that materials are in stock.

Essential Functions: 

Inventory and Equipment Maintenance/Repair 60%

  • procure materials/supplies 

  • receive, de-crate (unbox) and assemble new equipment 

  • document equipment inventory 

  • document equipment and consumables data to help assess lab fees

  • keep lab storage areas clean and organized,

  • audit lab equipment at the beginning and at the end of the semester to ensure it is complete, organized and working properly,

  •  test equipment to determine needs for repair/replacement and ensure that equipment is operating safely and properly

  • maintain preventive maintenance schedules and records and perform preventive maintenance on lab equipment as required,

  • repair damaged equipment, (includes desoldering, soldering, disassemble, reassemble equipment and testing)

Collaboration with faculty/staff 40%

  • participate in staff meetings 

  • assist with class lab activity setup   

  • assist instructors with lab activities upon request (able to flex schedule to support evening hours) 

Minimum Qualifications: 

Minimum Qualifications: list the minimum knowledge, skills, and abilities to enter the job including certifications, degrees, etc)  

  • high school diploma

  • experience working with equipment maintenance

  • strong organizational skills for  maintaining inventory of equipment

Desired Qualifications: 

Desired Qualifications: list the desired experience, education, and training Special Working Conditions: (if applicable) list any special working conditions (examples: chemicals, fumes, heat/cold, evening/weekend hours, travel) 

  • 2 or more years of experience with equipment maintenance/preventative maintenance

  • experience as a lab technician in a higher education or vocational program

  • basic electrical knowledge

  • ability to repair lab equipment

Special Working Conditions: 
  • evenings may be required/flex scheduling offered, 

  • ability to lift 50+ lbs, 

  • may require some travel between campuses to pickup/deliver equipment (both campuses are within 10 miles of each other)

  • may require collaboration with West-Mec and third party organizations that share space at the WestMec campus for education and training events

Special Notes: 

primary location is at the WestMec campus off of Verrado and the I10.

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