The North Carolina School of Science and Mathematics is a public residential high school that educates academically talented 11th and 12th-grade students who show promise of exceptional development, as well as special interest, in science and mathematics, and who reflect the demographics of North Carolina. The school, established in 1978 and a constituent institution of the University of North Carolina System, serves residential students at its Durham campus and provides distance education, teacher development, and outreach throughout the state.
CLASSIFICATION/TITLE: Property Security Officer
WORKING TITLE: Campus Resource Officer
DEPARTMENT/OFFICE: Campus Resources/Security
POSITION NUMBER: 60087776
COMPETENCY/SALARY GRADE: Journey – Salary Grade 60
POSTING DATE: November 18, 2014
CLOSING DATE: November 25, 2014 5:00 pm
SALARY TYPE: $27136 - $27,950 12 month full-time position; 1.0 FTE
High School diploma or equivalent and one year of experience in security, enforcement, or protection work. Preferred: two years of experience as a security officer with training or knowledge working with high school students in a residential setting, and CPR Certification.
Description of Work:
This position will report directly to the Director of Campus Resources and Security. Responsibilities include but are not limited to: Supervise security related activities; perform actual security functions by walking the grounds, securing dorm/office doors, assisting persons and investigating reports; Respond to fire alarms, take appropriate action and assist with orderly evacuation of buildings; Meet with Director concerning campus issues and activities; Responsible for writing incident reports and effectively communicating incidents with a high degree of accuracy; Use and activate control access systems and life
saving emergency systems such as PA Systems and Emergency Notification Systems. This position will use a variety of equipment such as walkie-talkie radios, computers, fire extinguishers, operation of fire alarm panels. The work schedule for this position consists of 12 hour rotating shifts.
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
This position requires excellent visual attention skills, mental concentration and focus, and requires a considerable amount of walking patrol. This position requires excellent customer services skills and must be able to deal tactfully with students, staff and the public under potential confrontational situations.
Considerable knowledge of state and local laws, institutional policies and departmental guidelines are required. This position must be skilled in operating motorized vehicles, fire alarm systems and office equipment. If not CPR certified, must become CPR/First Aid/AED certified within 3 months of employment.
How to Apply: Submit electronic application via: http://www.oshr.nc.gov/. Please create an account, search for Property Security Officer vacancy, and complete/submit online application.
CLASSIFICATION/TITLE: Fabrication Laboratory Manager
DEPARTMENT/OFFICE: Engineering and Technology
POSITION NUMBER: 65021723
POSTING DATE: November 21, 2014
CLOSING DATE: November 30, 2014 5pm
SALARY TYPE: $42,000 - $60,000 Commensurate with education and experience 11 Month EPA 1.0 FTE Position
Master’s Degree or equivalent combination of education and experience in a technical field. At least 3 years of experience overseeing operation of a laboratory with equipment similar or related to that in a fabrication lab is preferred.
Description of Work:
This position reports to the Dean of Engineering and Technology and manages operation of the Peter T. Haughton Fabrication Laboratory, instructs on techniques of machining, computer aided design (CAD), computer aided manufacturing (CAM), and solid modeling, co-teach the lab portion of the Design for Manufacturing Course. Facilitate activities related to academic competitions and assist with student and faculty research projects. The position is responsible for: Laboratory Management – plan, monitor, and manage resources needed to operate the laboratory; maintain inventory, test equipment and coordinate service of equipment as required; coordinate resources and establish priorities in the use of these resources, including space, field, equipment and/or facilities; manage the safety and quality assurance program, manage usage of the space; supervise all students, faculty, staff, and volunteers working in the lab; provide walk-in support to users. Communication and Instruction - Develop instruction and train students, faculty, staff and/or other clients on the proper use, care and operation of specialized equipment; coordinate and train students, faculty, and staff to ensure compliance with safety measures and guidelines; develop and maintain lab documentation including standard operating procedures and protocols; clearly and concisely convey information verbally and in written form. Conducting Procedures and Projects – Develop and implement lab procedures and safety protocol; design and implement modifications and changes to techniques, procedures and quality control measures; ability to propose alternative methods, techniques and initiatives; lead multiple, concurrent projects and/or multi-faceted projects; direct others in making modifications. Analysis and Ensuring Compliance with Standards - Define standards for the use of equipment; set standards for safety, accuracy, validity and integrity; leads others in analysis; lead efforts to modify and adapt methodologies in collaboration with others; ensure compliance with regulatory standards.
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
Experienced in overseeing and training laboratory assistants. Strong organizational skills for keeping track of equipment storage, maintenance and usage. Emphasis on work place standardization and transparency. Experienced in the use of computer-controlled laboratory equipment and of software for monitoring training of users. Excellent oral and written communication skills and customer service skills. Possess the ability to both follow instructions and lead others, and the ability to function responsibly with minimal direct supervision. Experience training and/or working with students in a fabrication lab environment is a plus. Competency in fabrication processes including, but not limited to, computer numerical control (CNC) milling and lathe equipment operation, and interfacing various CAD modeling programs with CNC equipment.
How to Apply: Submit electronic application via: http://www.oshr.nc.gov/. Please create an account, search for "Fabrication Laboratory Manager" vacancy, and complete/submit online application.