VACANCY BULLETIN Permanent: Laboratory Technician (OFO Code: 311201) Post Level: 10 Faculty of Engineering and the Built Environment Department: Civil Engineering Pretoria Campus Ref :14/264b The Department of Civil Engineering in the Faculty of Engineering and the Built Environment requires the service of a full-time Laboratory Technician Critical Performance Areas Maintain all laboratory equipment and facilities Assist academic staff within laboratories with undergraduate practical lessons. Monitor the status of the stores; the condition of the equipment and involvement in procurement of the consumables and the purchasing of capital equipment required within the departments laboratories. Assist in the administrative control over laboratories and educational equipment in the Department of Civil Engineering. Preparations of materials (soils, water structures and roads) in laboratories for students in Civil Engineering at National Diploma and BTech level. Active participation in the departmental research programmes, focusing on research support to students and staff. Active participation in community service projects. Technical and logistical assistance to staff, Centres and Institutes Normal administrative duties associated with the functions in an academic department at a University of Technology. Minimum Requirements Academic qualifications A National Diploma in Civil Engineering Experience: Relevant experience in Civil Engineering laboratories Knowledge: Occupational Health and Safety. Laboratory Management. TUT policies and procedures. SHE requirements and policies. Good Laboratory Practice. (GLP) Women and people with disabilities are encouraged to apply. VACANCY BULLETIN Skills Communication. Computer literacy Handling, organizing and maintenance of laboratory equipment. Presentation of practical classes Organizational Interpersonal General laboratory (relevant to particular laboratory) The ability to construct physical models for research in Civil Engineering. Send your CV to: Recruitment8@tut.ac.za Enquiries: Mr Derrick Coetzee Tel: 012 382 5035 Closing Date: 17 October 2014 NB: If we have not responded within a month from the closing date, you should regard your application as unsuccessful. Correspondence will only be entered into with short-listed candidates. The University reserves the right not to make an appointment. It is the intention of the University to promote representatively in respect of race, gender and disability through the filling of these posts. Preference will be given to candidates from the designated groups. Candidates are also required to complete the application form for employment. The application is available on the University’s website, share point and the University’s intranet Women and people with disabilities are encouraged to apply.