Lifting, pushing, and/or pulling objects up to 25 lbs. Sitting at work station for extended periods.
Monday-Friday 8:00 am-5:00 pm/40 hours week. As an exempt position, additional hours above 40 per week may be necessary.
This position will aid in the successful completion of student projects, research and instruction requiring technical expertise in the field of electrical, computer and systems engineering. Provide practical lab experience to BAE undergraduate and graduate students in the fields of analog electronics, digital electronics, embedded systems, data acquisition, instrumentation, and programming. Design and guidance to BAE faculty, staff, and graduate research assistants. Prototyping, testing, deploying. Compose and present technical literature for seminars, conferences and other publications describing systems built and experiments performed with them.Track, organize and maintain electrical parts and equipment in the department for both research and teaching uses. Order replacement components and materials as necessary. Handle equipment maintenance. Make recommendations on equipment maintenance and replacement.
Skills / Knowledge / Abilities
Prefer one year of experience Visual Studio, CAD, Matlab, MS Office, LabView, and broad knowledge of electronics.
Does this position have supervisory responsibilities? No
Biosystems and Agricultural Engineering, Electrical and/or Computer & Systems Engineering
Driver’s license preferred.
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