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- Reporting to the Director of Digital Technologies and Fabrication this position will be responsible for daily operations of an integrated analog and digital fabrication shop in Long Island.
- Collaborate with New York Tech faculty and administrators and assist in; installing, maintaining and continually improving equipment for a state of the art wood shop and digital fabrication lab
- Administration of safety procedures and their coordinator with other New York Tech administration including the implementation of operation procedures (OP) and Machine Safety Operating Procedures (SOP)
- Assist with technology budgets and reports in addition to fabrication lab policies, procedures, tutorials and purchases.
- Train and supervise student staff in the interest of advancing a culture of experimental making.
- Researching and experimenting with the capabilities of traditional wood shop tools, digital tools and various other methods
- Organize software & hardware updates as needed.
- Manage online queue of student printing and cutting submissions for staff run equipment.
- Organize equipment use demonstrations and orientations for students and faculty.
- Create clear, accurate, user-friendly documentation/tutorials for all equipment.
- Required travel between campus locations in Long Island and New York City to assist on specific projects, receive training, install equipment, etc.
- Flexible schedule with ability to work nights and weekends.
- Bachelor’s Degree in related field and significant experience in fabrication in an academic and/or professional settings
- Experience operating three or more of the following digital fabrication systems: 3D printing, CNC milling, laser cutting, and vacuum forming.
- Experience with CAD/CAM programming; Rhino, Revit, Autocad, Adobe Illustrator
- Experience using, installing and maintaining software for 3D modeling, CNC, and/or Arduino systems is also beneficial.
- Experience using and repairing woodworking equipment, and have the ability to creatively integrate traditional analog fabrication methods with emerging digital techniques.
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills and the ability to lift heavy equipment and materials.
- Ability to assist students working in an interdisciplinary manner from concept to fabrication.
Required Application Materials:
1) Cover letter
3) Portfolio in PDF format (10 pages, 5 MB max.)
4) Contact information for 3 references
New York Institute of Technology is an Equal Opportunity Employer – M/F/Veteran/Disability/Sexual Orientation/Gender Identity