The Machinists are part of the professional machining and fabrication team at CLASSE. This team of 5-7 machinists are responsible for the fabrication and development of parts and assemblies supporting all CLASSE research programs. The machinists interact regularly and closely with technical staff, students, researchers, faculty, and staff scientists to create often unique, one-of-a-kind, and creative solutions to technical research matters.
job requisition id : WDR-00038547
Equipment Technician V
Cornell Laboratory for Accelerator-based ScienceS and Education (CLASSE)
Who We Are:
The Cornell Laboratory for Accelerator-based ScienceS and Education (CLASSE) studies particle beams and accelerators, photon science, particle physics and the early universe, and serves students, the public and scientists from Cornell and around the world. The research missions of this laboratory are in many respects unique in the world.
The Machinists are part of the professional machining and fabrication team at CLASSE. This team of 5-7 machinists are responsible for the fabrication and development of parts and assemblies supporting all CLASSE research programs. The machinists interact regularly and closely with technical staff, students, researchers, faculty, and staff scientists to create often unique, one-of-a-kind and creative solutions to technical research matters.
What you Will Do:
As a member of the CLASSE machine shop team:
• Fabricate precision components and repair parts for sophisticated research equipment and systems.
• Work with a wide variety of materials, tools, and specialized equipment.
• Assist researchers with designing complex, unique components/systems and assessing material options.
• Program and operate computer numerically-controlled (CNC) equipment.
• Design and construct machine tool setups, assembly systems and tooling for special projects.
• Instruct others in new techniques, equipment use, and in own areas of expertise.
While position responsibilities vary, every member of our community is expected to foster a culture of belonging and a psychologically healthy work environment by communicating across differences; being cooperative, collaborative, open, and welcoming; showing respect, compassion, and empathy; engaging and supporting others regardless of background or perspective; speaking up when others are being excluded or treated inappropriately; and supporting work/life integration of oneself and others.
- Trade/Vocational/Technical School and 4 to 6 years relevant machining/machine shop experience or equivalent combination of education and experience.
- Experience safely, efficiently, and effectively operating a wide range of professional machine tools and shop equipment.
- Demonstrated attention to fine details, ability to read engineering drawings and follow critical procedures and instructions.
- Basic computer proficiency, skills and aptitude.
- Capable of adapting to the changing needs of a research environment.
- Able to receive directions and to communicate effectively in the shop and across all research groups.
- Work effectively and cooperatively within a collaborative team environment.
- Experience in and/or demonstrated commitment to supporting diversity, equity, access, inclusion, and wellbeing.
- Ability to cultivate and develop inclusive and equitable working relationships with students, faculty, staff, and community members.
- Professional/accredited machinist or tool maker certifications or credentials.
- Experience in an R&D/academic shop or facility.
While Cornell University’s salary range for this title is $30.20 to $35.09, CLASSE anticipates hiring within the salary range of $33.00 to $34.27 .
For full consideration, please attach both a resume and cover letter to your application.
Visa sponsorship is not available for this position.
University Job Title: Equipment Tech V
Job Family: Technical
Pay Rate Type: Hourly
Pay Range: $30.20 – $35.09
Remote Option Availability: Fully Onsite
Contact Name: Kristie Devine
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