(HE05) and $77,409 - $86,072 per annum plus an employer contribution of 17% superannuation will apply.
This is a fixed term position for 18 months
The Electronics and Instrumentation team is part of the Technical Services group that delivers outstanding support to students, academics, and researchers for enhancing education and research output. The Technical Services team provides a platform for collaboration across the University, broad industry involvement and community engagement through focused customer service based on exceptional personnel skills and expertise. The Technical Services team works closely with academics and professional teams as well as the Infrastructure Branch and the Health, Safety and Wellbeing Branch to ensure safe and efficient utilisation of teaching, office, workshop, and laboratory space.
Working under general direction the Technical Officer will work collaboratively with the other technical officers in the team to deliver technical support and advice to students, academic and research staff for teaching practicums and research projects in line with the strategic direction of the faculty. The role will be required to support the day-to-day operation of the Electronics and Instrumentation workshop within the faculty of Sciences, Engineering and Technology (SET).
More specifically The Technical Officer operates electronic equipment, diagnoses and repairs electrical and electronic faults in lab equipment, manufactures electronic devices and builds and modifies electrical and electronic devices to perform nonstandard operations.
To be successful you will need:
Demonstrated experience in instrumentation and operation of the electrical and electronic equipment, 3D printing and relevant software applications.
Demonstrated experience in installation, maintenance and repair of electrical, electronic or general laboratory equipment.
Knowledge of Work Health and Safety management requirements relating to a laboratory environment
Proven ability to be able to problem solve and provide work around solutions to meet deadlines.
Enjoy an outstanding career environment
How to Apply
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Applications close 11:55pm, Sunday 3rd December 2023
For further information
For a confidential discussion regarding this position, contact:
Philip Schmidt Electronics and Instrument Team Manager E: [email protected] P: 08 8313 1048
The University of Adelaide is an Equal Employment Opportunity employer. Women and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people who meet the requirements of this position are strongly encouraged to apply.
The University of Adelaide
November 16, 2023
December 03, 2023
About the employer
The University of Adelaide (informally Adelaide University) is a public research university located in Adelaide, South Australia. Established in 1874, it is the third-oldest university in Australia. The university's main campus is located on North Terrace in the Adelaide city centre, adjacent to the Art Gallery of South Australia, the South Australian Museum and the State Library of South Australia.
The university has four campuses, three in South Australia: North Terrace campus in the city, Roseworthy campus at Roseworthy and Waite campus at Urrbrae, and one in Melbourne, Victoria. The university also operates out of other areas such as Thebarton, the National Wine Centre in the Adelaide Park Lands, and in Singapore through the Ngee Ann-Adelaide Education Centre.
The University of Adelaide is composed of five faculties, with each containing constituent schools. These include the Faculty of Engineering, Computer, and Mathematical Sciences (ECMS), the Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences, the Faculty of Arts, the Faculty of the Professions, and the Faculty of Sciences. It is a member of the Group of Eight and the Association of Commonwealth Universities. The university is also a member of the Sandstone universities, which mostly consist of colonial-era universities within Australia.
The university is associated with five Nobel laureates, constituting one-third of Australia's total Nobel Laureates, and 110 Rhodes scholars. The university has had a considerable impact on the public life of South Australia, having educated many of the state's leading businesspeople, lawyers, medical professionals and politicians. The university has been associated with many notable achievements and discoveries, such as the discovery and development of penicillin, the development of space exploration, sunscreen, the military tank, Wi-Fi, polymer banknotes and X-ray crystallography, and the study of viticulture and oenology.