Requisition ID: req1397
Job Title: Engineering Technology Lab Coordinator- Business, Engineering, and Technology
Department: Business, Engineering & Tech
Location: Columbus Campus
Employment Type: Staff
Employment Status: Externally Funded
Bargaining Unit: Non-Bargaining Unit
FLSA Status: Non-Exempt
Compensation Type: Hourly
Schedule: 20 hours per week, scheduled with the faculty lead and supervisor
End Date(if applicable): 8/31/2018
In support of the federally funded LIFT grant and at the direction of the supervisor, facilitates the creation, integration and delivery of services to grant participants including students, partner institutions/associations, and industry partners.
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to satisfactorily perform each essential duty listed below. Reasonable accommodations will be made for disabled persons covered by the Americans with Disabilities Act, in accordance with its requirements.
General responsibilities will likely fall into one of the following areas. Execution of the responsibilities will continually evolve and adjust based on programmatic activity and institutional seasons. A willingness to work from both the Columbus State main campus and the Marysville high school lab will be expected. The split will fluctuate based on need. Additional related responsibilities could occur in order to accomplish the objectives of the grant project.
1. Works with project's internal partners and develops external partnerships. At the direction of the supervisor, acts as a liaison to faulty and staff at Marysville Early College High School (MECHS) and CSCC. Ensures seamless integration from MECHS to CSCC. Acts as a liaison with Marysville Early College High School toward course offerings and outcomes.
2. Collaborates with the supervisor, Grants Office, CSCC academic department and MECHS faculty and staff to implement the project. Helps to facilitate solutions when obstacles are encountered. Serves as a representative of the College to develop institutional and industry partnerships that drive successful program outcomes or strengthens college goal attainment of grant deliverables.
3. Works with the lead faculty to facilitate the launch of an equipped Marysville Early College High School laboratory to operationalize the required hands-on learning experiences that duplicate the CSCC main campus activity. The task will require detail review of current on campus practice within selected courses and the securing of needed supplies and equipment for a successful launch and ramp up. Machine assembly, fabrication skills, reading engineering drawings and adherence to vendor specifications will be required to successfully install lab components.
4. Assists in implementing college courses and ensures fidelity between Marysville and Columbus State courses. Ensures course and equipment are aligned in advance of class start date. Coordinates with both faculty groups to meet course outcomes. This responsibility, among others will require significant time spent at both the CSCC main campus and the Marysville high school lab location.
5. Clearly and succinctly conveys information and ideas to individuals and groups in a variety of situations; communicates in a focused and compelling way that drives others' thoughts and actions.
6. Works assigned schedule, exhibits regular and predictable attendance and works overtime as required meeting workload demands. Performs other related duties as required.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: Knowledge: electrical, mechanical, and electro-mechanical engineering technology concepts; proficiency in using various types of technology including CAD, CNC, CAM, robotics and industrial maintenance equipment; computer software programs and applications; public relations and cultural diversity Skills: machine assembly and fabrication skills; read engineering drawings and vendor specifications; verbal and written communications; listening; preparing written reports; problem solving and analytical thinking; operating general office and job related equipment; planning, maintaining and promoting good public relations; customer service; project management; Microsoft Word and Excel. Abilities: serve as official college representative; maintain confidential and sensitive information; work independently demonstrating initiative; coordinate multiple activities and tasks; exhibit flexibility in work schedule and job tasks; develop and maintain effective working relationships with associates, supervisors, job contacts and general public; originate correspondence; work effectively with persons of varying cultures and diversity; develop, implement and deliver effective assessment programs; facilitate groups; conduct individual counseling services, anticipate, analyze and resolve problems.
Minimum Qualifications: Associate's degree in engineering or technology discipline. Experience with electrical and hydraulic/pneumatic circuits. State Motor Vehicle Operator's License or demonstrable ability to gain access to work site(s).
Preferred Qualifications: Electrical, mechanical, electro-mechanical engineering or lab coordination experience. Robotics, CAD, CAM and CNC experience also preferred.
Additional Information: Applications must include both a resume and cover letter to be considered. Cover letters should address applicant's experience with electrical and hydraulic/pneumatic circuits. Also, if applicable, cover letters should describe applicant's electrical, mechanical, electro-mechanical engineering or lab coordination experience, along with their experience with robotics, Computer-aided design (CAD), Computer-aided manufacturing (CAM) and/or Computer Numeric Control (CNC).