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We are currently recruiting for a Laboratory Technologist – Power and Electronics to work with Electrical Engineering & Computer Science in the Lassonde School of Engineering for this exciting opportunity.
Do you have a degree in Electrical or Electronics Engineering, or Engineering Science? Do you possess at least 3 years’ of relevant and practical experience utilizing power systems teaching equipment? Do you possess thorough knowledge of power systems, data acquisition and supervisory control? Do you possess knowledge of various operating systems and course related software? If so, keep reading!
In this role, you will be responsible for daily activities aimed at establishing and maintaining teaching laboratories. This includes designing, proposing, re-working and/or retrofitting innovative teaching experiments. The incumbent, while possessing, maintaining and seeking an expert level of knowledge of technical matters relating to the courses offered in the laboratories, is responsible for developing, implementing, writing and demonstrating laboratory experiments or/and prototypes for students enrolled in assigned laboratories as well as student laboratory techniques and manuals under the direction of course faculty, keeping the content and resources associated with the laboratories current, and providing documentation on the labs as required for professional accreditation of computer science and engineering programs.
To be considered for this opportunity, you will possess:
The Completion of Bachelor’s degree in Electrical or Electronics Engineering, or Engineering Science, equivalent education and experience such as a diploma in a related field and a minimum two years of recent related experience in addition to the minimum years of experience listed. In addition, the successful incumbent will possess 3 years’ of recent relevant, practical experience in utilizing power systems teaching equipment, testing power circuits, including at least one year experience in an electrical or power engineering laboratory.
To apply to this exciting opportunity or for full position details, qualifications and application procedures go to http://webapps.yorku.ca/nonacademicpostings/complete.jsp?postingnumber=10434 and refer to posting# YUSA-10434.
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