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Technician

Department
Biology
Department Intro ID
3805
Department About ID
3766
Based at
University of York - Heslington Campus
Hours of work
Full-time
Contract status
Open
Salary
21,414 - 24,771 a year
Posted Date
14/08/2019
Apply by
31/08/2019
Job Reference
7930
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Role Description

A vacancy has arisen for a technician within the Infrastructure team in the Department of Biology. The post holder will be part of a team of 4 providing facilities and support for the teaching and research carried out within the Biology Department. Technical support services include equipment and building maintenance, IT, horticulture, stores and purchasing and autoclaving and glasswash. They will be part of the team that provides a centralised washing up and autoclaving service for the research groups within the Department. Under the direction of the Deputy Operations Manager, the role holder will also be responsible for the operation of departmental services such as the pure water systems, centrifuges and Xograph. They will be involved with coordinating the servicing and maintenance of some of the departmental equipment and also problem solving faults and repairs. They will also work as a team assisting with laboratory and office moves within the Department and the delivery and disposal of large pieces of equipment. They will carry out departmental maintenance and small job requests. They will assist the other technical support teams as and when required. 

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