Closes: Monday, February 17, 2020
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An Associate degree from an accredited college and/or a graduate of a North Carolina Certified Apprenticeship Program in lieu of an Associates degree. Three years of experience performing any combination of inventory and or maintenance duties. Must possess a valid NC driver’s license which requires two (2) years of driving experience with no more than one (1) minor accident or violation in the past two (2) years.
NCCER ICTP Certification
NCCER Proctor Certification
Fayetteville Technical Community College is seeking qualified applicants to fill this full-time position. The Instructional Lab Technician will prepare instructional laboratory set-ups, materials, equipment, and supplies for student and staff use; provide technical information and assistance to students; perform a variety of skilled and semi-skilled activities involving the preparation and maintenance of the equipment and supplies in the Center for Business and Industry, the Spring Lake Welding Lab, and other off-campus centers; provide technical or functional training on equipment and supervision of labs and safety of facilities. Qualified candidates will possess excellent computer skills, demonstrate evidence of flexible work experiences and a willingness to change; be open-minded, fair, and possess the ability to see multiple perspectives; be willing to manage and take risks and accept responsibility for professional and personal growth.
Duties may include, but are not limited to the following:
Assist instructional staff with preparation for demonstrations; set up laboratory facility and prepare necessary materials and equipment.
Assist the Dean of Corporate and Industry Training by ensuring a safe, secure, and well-maintained facility.
Provide general information, instruction, and assistance to students and instructors on equipment operation, use and location of materials, safety procedures, and a variety of laboratory and course related matters.
Assist in the request for ordering and maintenance of supplies, tools and material inventories; maintain tools, equipment, and supply usage records.
Maintain internal inventory control of tools, equipment, and supplies.
Supervise and participate in the general maintenance of the laboratory; perform routine maintenance and minor repairs on tools and equipment; coordinate and schedule maintenance and repair with outside vendors and or Facilities.
Plan, prioritize, assign, lead, and review the work of staff involved in the maintenance and upkeep of all tools, equipment, supplies, and labs as directed by the Dean of Corporate and Industry Training.
Provide technical/functional training and supervision of assigned staff.
Attend workshops, conferences, and meetings related to assigned area of responsibility.
Collaborate with Property Control as it pertains to new equipment, tagging equipment, and surplus of equipment.
Represent laboratory and program activities to public schools, outside agencies and corporations.
Perform related duties as assigned.
Have Knowledge of:
Principles, practices, and laboratory techniques related to industry training.
Methods, materials, tools, and equipment used in industry training.
Basic equipment installation and routine maintenance for classroom presentation and craft performance.
Proper and safe use of equipment, power and hand tools, materials, tools, and supplies.
Principles of supervision including employee training on safety and usage of equipment, tools, and supplies.
Basic mathematics principles.
Awareness of inventory control procedures.
Demonstrate correct laboratory methods, practices, techniques, and safety precautions.
Correctly and efficiently, set up laboratory equipment, materials, tools, and supplies needed in exercises.
Safely and properly operate a variety of equipment, machines, and tools.
Perform routine preventative maintenance and minor repairs on equipment.
Train and supervise assigned staff on internal inventory processes and equipment usage.
Reach with hands and arms, walk, crawl, stoop, kneel, or crouch on a day-to-day basis; lift up to 100 lbs.
Establish and maintain effective working relationships with those contacted in the course of work.
Communicate clearly and concisely, both orally and in writing; understand and follow oral and written instructions.
Operate a forklift.
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