The Teaching Fellow in Numerical Manufacturing will teach students manufacturing and fabrication procedures across the established crafts to modern methods, whilst advising them on the strategic use of both analogue and digital tools for the manufacture of their design projects. The post will play a key role in supporting students, researchers and external collaborators with the development and execution of their practical and academic goals. They will induct and train users of the workshop on best practice and safe use of equipment as well as assisting with practical duties such as machine maintenance, exhibition builds, and enforcing safety compliance
Qualified to degree level/completion of a recognised apprenticeship/or equivalent experience. Experience of teaching, creating content, lesson plans etc. Knowledge and understanding of Health & Safety. Understanding of Design and the interface between design and manufacturing. Proficiency in CAD software such as Solidworks, Inventor, Rhino, Grasshopper, Fusion 360 etc. The successful candidate must have demonstrable skills and abilities in at least one of the ‘Numerical Manufacturing Skills’ Key Areas and in at least one of the ‘Complementary Skills’ Key Areas. Numerical Manufacturing Skills: Numerical Manufacturing technologies: CNC Lathe, CNC mill in 3, 4, 5 Axis Applications, offline and in machine operations. Robotics Manufacturing technologies: Including integration, offline and in machine programming, robot end effector fabrication, integration, standard control and dynamic. Complementary Skills: Traditional tool-room machining technologies: Manual Lathe, Mill, Press tools, drilling, grinding, sawing and sizing applications. Electrical and Electronic control: Including machine build and electromechanical design, build and integration. Extensive craft ability around timber fabrication and joinery: Ability to work across the Digital and Analogue threshold in the manipulation and assembly of timber structures and artefacts for architectural, experimental and engineering applications. Accurate and complex assembly: Including working to tolerance from drawings and CAD information, from the Nano to the very large scale. Welding and Fabrication technologies: Including Tig, Mig, MMA and brazing technologies, thermal cutting, plasma etc. Commitment to high quality performance in a higher education context. Commitment to a team ethos within the support of line management. Ability to remain calm in a busy environment, working under pressure. Ability to organise and prioritise your own work within deadlines. Ability to work both independently and within a team
Teaching Fellow in Numerical Manufacturing, - Ref:1784540 Click here to go back to search results Apply Now UCL Department / Division Bartlett School of Architecture Location of position London Grade 7 Hours Full Time Salary (inclusive of London allowance) ?39,353 - ?42,701 per annum Duties and Responsibilities The UCL Bartlett Faculty of the Built Environment is the UK?s largest and leading multidisciplinary Faculty of the Built Environment, covering architecture, construction and project management, planning and environmental design and other specialist fields. The Bartlett School of Architecture is one of the world's most exciting architecture schools, in one of its most inspiring cities. In recent years, we have been ranked UK?s No1 department for architectural research (RAE 2008 and REF 2014) and consistently voted the UK?s top school of architecture by the Guardian University League Tables. The Bartlett Manufacturing and Design Exchange, B-made, the making and production hub within the Bartlett School of Architecture, is seeking a Teaching Fellow in Numerical Manufacturing to technically advise and support students, staff and researchers that use our facility at UCL Here East. This post is a key enabling role at the UCL Here East site which is a cross-faculty and cross-discipline teaching and research facility with world class joint run workshops and laboratories. The post holder will be expected to work closely and interchangeably with the team of staff and Teaching Fellows based at the B-made workshop at the Bartlett?s UCL Bloomsbury site. The Teaching Fellow in Numerical Manufacturing will teach students manufacturing and fabrication procedures across the established crafts to modern methods, whilst advising them on the strategic use of both analogue and digital tools for the manufacture of their design projects. The post will play a key role in supporting students, researchers and external collaborators with the development and execution of their practical and academic goals. They will induct and train users of the workshop on best practice and safe use of equipment as well as assisting with practical duties such as machine maintenance, exhibition builds, and enforcing safety compliance. This teaching role is based on a foundation of technical knowledge and demonstrable skill. Key Requirements Applicants must be qualified to degree level (or have completed a recognised apprenticeship or have equivalent experience) and demonstrate an understanding of design as well as the interface between design and manufacturing. The successful candidate must have demonstrable skills and abilities in at least one of the ?Numerical Manufacturing Skills? Key Areas and in at least one of the ?Complementary Skills? Key Areas, as outlined in the Person Specification of the Job Description. Excellent technical skills, proficiency in CAD software coupled with knowledge and understanding of Health & Safety requirements, are also essential. Experience of teaching including creating content and lesson plans, is highly important. In addition, the successful candidate will be committed to high quality performance and a team ethos, whilst remaining calm in a busy but rewarding environment. All applicants are requested to read the Essential and Desirable requirements in the Person Specification (within the Job Description document) carefully, before applying. Further Details The Job description and Person Specification can be accessed at the end of this page. Please read this carefully before applying. To apply for the vacancy, please click on the 'Apply Now' button below. Informal enquiries about the post may be made to Peter Scully, B-made Technical Director by e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org . For queries regarding the vacancy or application process, please contact Sheetal Saujani or Emmy Green, HR & Staffing Officers via: email@example.com telephone: 020 3108 6134/6172. We particularly welcome applications from black and minority ethnic candidates as they are under-represented within UCL at this level. Closing Date 10 Feb 2019 Latest time for the submission of applications 23:59 Interview date TBC Our department is working towards an Athena SWAN award. We are committed to advancing gender equality within our department. This appointment is subject to UCL Terms and Conditions of Service for Research and Support Staff. Please use these links to find out more about UCL working life including the benefits we offer and UCL Terms and Conditions related to this job. job description and person specification Apply Now
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