Assistant Director of Undergraduate Laboratories, Physics
University at Buffalo
Location: Buffalo, New York
Physics: Instrumentation and Measurement
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4 Year Degree
Internal Number: 41139
As an Instructional Support Technician, your responsibilities will include but not be limited to:
Prepare, setup and administer instructional laboratories, including maintenance of laboratory equipment.
Teach 2 sections of laboratory courses per semester in the Fall, Spring and Summer. The courses are PHY 151, 152, 158, or equivalent.
Collaborate with other laboratory staff the responsibility for selection, supervision and evaluation of TA assignments.
Maintain laboratory inventory and is responsible for the timely ordering of supplies for relevant instructional labs.
Ensure the safety, security and cleanliness of assigned instructional laboratories. Coordinate proper handling and disposal of hazardous laboratory chemicals.
The ability of the incumbent to cooperate and coordinate with other technical staff members is essential. It is expected that the incumbent will carry out his or her duties in a manner that has a positive effect on the overall instructional and service mission of the Department of Physics.
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