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Laboratory Technologist – Electrical Engineering, UTech, Jamaica August 20, 2018

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UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY, JAMAICA

“EXCELLENCE THROUGH KNOWLEDGE”

 

VACANCY

 

Faculty of Engineering & Computing

 

 

The University of Technology, Jamaica (UTech, Jamaica) seeks to identify a suitable candidate to fill the post in the School of Engineering (Electrical):

 

Laboratory Technologist – Electrical Engineering – Level 7

(Permanent)

The Laboratory Technologist is responsible for assisting, instructing and supervising students in conducting laboratory experiments, and the proper usage of machineries and equipment.  The Technologist is also to liaise with lecturers in the preparation and delivery of the course material, as well as to ensure safety standards are adhered to by all users of the laboratory.

Requirements:

The preferred applicant should possess

  • a First Degree in Electrical Engineering or equivalent qualifications;
  • at least three (3) years experience in a laboratory;
  • knowledge of Electrical Engineering principles;
  • knowledge of equipment maintenance and repair;
  • training in LabVIEW, Matlabm and Simulink;
  • training in occupational health and safety;
  • good research methodologies and problem solving skills;
  • excellent communication and interpersonal skills; and
  • working knowledge of UTech policies and procedures.

Interested applicants seeking a career opportunity who meet the specified requirements are invited to submit applications, with subject line Electrical Engineering – Lab Technologist, for consideration to hrm@utech.edu.jm by September 3, 2018 or to:

 

Chief Human Resource Officer

University of Technology, Jamaica

237 Old Hope Road, Kingston 6

Jamaica, West Indies

 

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Comments»

1. Jason Johnson - August 20, 2018

Good day

Correction: position says electrical engineering lab, however instructions in email asking responses to list mechanical engineering in subject line.

utechalumni - August 25, 2018

Jason, thanks for highlighting this for us. We have made the correction.


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