Teaching Technician (CTL Wet Lab) - 36765

Location
Birmingham
Salary
Starting salary is normally in the range £22,722 to £24,411. With potential progression once in post to £28,259 a year.
Posted
May 06, 2019
Closes
Jun 06, 2019
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Contract Type
Full Time
Job Type
Technican
The Collaborative Teaching Laboratory (CTL) represents a £42m investment in STEM teaching. The CTL provides primarily undergraduate students with a transformational teaching experience in a state of the art facilities to encourage and enable inter-disciplinary working. Recently revised in collaboration with external organisations such as the National Technician Development Centre, the IST and HEaTED the CTL achieves many of the pledges as outlined in the Technician Commitment. For example technician career pathways are embedded into the organisational structure to highlight future progression opportunities and to enable career planning and all roles are aligned to nationally recognised standards such as Professional Registrations.

This role will suit a technician who has a progressive outlook, is comfortable in challenging existing approaches and highly motivated to bringing about positive change. Relevant training and development support will be available.

Person Specification

Ability to provide 'Lab Class support' crossing multiple STEM disciplines
Experience of working with scientific instrumentation is also required and confident in the providing support for safe operation of scientific equipment with the ability to fault find
Possess broad H&S experience including the ability to draft risk assessments and SOPs
Previous experience as Teaching technician experience, in-class support, order processing
Chemistry Degree or equivalent professional qualification in an appropriate subject
GCSE (A*- C) or equivalent in chemistry and mathematics
In-depth practical knowledge of technical and scientific methods stated above and Good Laboratory Practice gained through extensive experience and formal qualification
RSciTech working towards RSci. If not registered it will be expected that the role holder will achieve registration within the first year