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Job Summary The Neurotechnology Center is looking for a part-time technician to assist with various projects involving the design and construction of microscopes, electronic devices, and various small mechanical widgets for the Neuroscience community at Caltech.
Job Duties - Assist with PCB layout and assembly of electronic circuits - Machining various small objects for use in neuroscience research using: - Laser cutter - 3D printers - Waterjet cutter - CNC mill - Manual mill - Manual lathe - Assemble basic mechanical devices out of off-the-shelf and custom parts - Assist with maintenance of machines in the shop - Create and maintain Arduino code to control various electronic lab devices
Basic Qualifications - B.S. in Electrical Engineering - Familiarity with basic machining operations, including milling, turning, and CNC machine operation
Preferred Qualifications - Experience using CAD software such as Solidworks or Autodesk, and with programming in Arduino and Matlab and/or python - A keen interest in neuroscience and a willingness to learn on the job will greatly facilitate success in this position
We are an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.
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