We currently have an excellent opportunity for a Laboratory Coordinator who will coordinate facilitation and assistance with laboratory and other practical-based teaching and research in the archaeology discipline. Provide technical support to students and staff. Maintain equipment and laboratory supplies and ensure compliance with OH&S policies by staff and students involved in laboratory and other practical-based research and teaching. The position also contributes to School-wide facilities operations. Alongside the completion of a relevant degree (preferably in archaeology or a related material science area) with subsequent experience in coordinating facilities, the successful candidate will demonstrate the following: Demonstrated laboratory knowledge and skills with expertise in a wide range of specialist and general laboratory equipment (e.g. centrifuges, microscopy including SEM, 3D scanners, balances, drying ovens/kilns, autoclaves) and techniques (e.g. dilution and preparation of chemicals); Knowledge of relevant courses and programs of study (archaeology) plus an understanding of the range of research activities performed in the School’s laboratories, or the capability to quickly acquire such knowledge; Relevant experience in a laboratory role, preferably in a teaching environment at a university or similar educational setting, or the capability to quickly acquire this knowledge and apply in the workplace.
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