Job Description: Join a dynamic faculty team working on a National Science Foundation grant-funded project to integrate advanced technologies in the architecture, engineering and construction curricula. The position is based in the Department of Architectural Technology, New York City College of Technology, CUNY (Brooklyn), and the project serves over 1200 students enrolled in 2-year AAS and 4-year BTech degrees in architecture, civil engineering, and construction management.
THE FABRICATION LAB COORDINATOR is a hands-on position. The Lab coordinator will operate, trouble-shoot and maintain equipment; manage shops and work flow; schedule, train and supervise lab monitors; develop training and teaching materials; deliver training and collaborate with faculty for curriculum support and development; set up HTML or other web-based support pages for the computer labs and shops; and assist with acquisition and installation of software.
Requirements: Familiar with policies, procedures, and practices necessary to conduct the safe and effective operation of shops and computer laboratories. Proficiency with parametric modeling in Grasshopper, as well as laser cutter, CNC mill, and 3D printing operations. Strong interpersonal and organizational skills necessary for managing and training. Ability to establish work priorities and carry out duties with minimal supervision. Graduate Degree and five years of computational, shop, and management experience, or Undergraduate Degree and particularly fitting qualifications/skills for the position. Excellent verbal and written communication skills, experience developing tutorials and managing web content preferred. Knowledge of Revit is a plus.
The Research Foundation of The City University of New York is an Equal Opportunity/ Affirmative Action/Americans with Disabilities Act, E-Verify Employer.
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