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IPF-PDC - Student Assistant to Mechanical Engineer

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Job ID number:
#1247940
Department:
Planning, Design and Construction
Job Type:
Student Position
Job Post Begins:
Monday, January 15, 2018
Job Post Ends:
Thursday, March 1, 2018
Job Detail:
Work takes place in a multi-disciplinary, professional campus design studio at MSU’s Infrastructure Planning and Facilities building (Chestnut and Trowbridge Road). The aid will work as an assistant to the mechanical engineering staff. Campus projects large and small, focusing on renovations to existing buildings that include Classrooms, Labs, Offices, Restrooms and mixed-use spaces. Job tasks include: AutoCAD drafting and construction document preparation. AutoCAD experience is desired, although in-office training is available Performing engineering calculations and analysis Site inventory including site photography, field notes and field measurements General assistance with printing, copying, scanning and filing. Professional communication (phone and e-mail) with campus customers & in-house designers Student Aids spend a significant amount of time at the computer, as well as time on campus Must have a valid driver’s license to operate University vehicles Applicants must be available to work between 12-23 hours per week during the spring 2018 semester. Applicants are required to be available to work 40 hours per week during the summer of 2018. *Two positions are available.
Minimum
Qualifications:
Work takes place in a multi-disciplinary, professional campus design studio at MSU’s Infrastructure Planning and Facilities building (Chestnut and Trowbridge Road). The aid will work as an assistant to the mechanical engineering staff. Campus projects large and small, focusing on renovations to existing buildings that include Classrooms, Labs, Offices, Restrooms and mixed-use spaces. Job tasks include: AutoCAD drafting and construction document preparation. AutoCAD experience is desired, although in-office training is available Performing engineering calculations and analysis Site inventory including site photography, field notes and field measurements General assistance with printing, copying, scanning and filing. Professional communication (phone and e-mail) with campus customers & in-house designers Student Aids spend a significant amount of time at the computer, as well as time on campus Must have a valid driver’s license to operate University vehicles Applicants must be available to work between 12-23 hours per week during the spring 2018 semester. Applicants are required to be available to work 40 hours per week during the summer of 2018. *Two positions are available.
Desired
Qualifications:
Work takes place in a multi-disciplinary, professional campus design studio at MSU’s Infrastructure Planning and Facilities building (Chestnut and Trowbridge Road). The aid will work as an assistant to the mechanical engineering staff. Campus projects large and small, focusing on renovations to existing buildings that include Classrooms, Labs, Offices, Restrooms and mixed-use spaces. Job tasks include: AutoCAD drafting and construction document preparation. AutoCAD experience is desired, although in-office training is available Performing engineering calculations and analysis Site inventory including site photography, field notes and field measurements General assistance with printing, copying, scanning and filing. Professional communication (phone and e-mail) with campus customers & in-house designers Student Aids spend a significant amount of time at the computer, as well as time on campus Must have a valid driver’s license to operate University vehicles Applicants must be available to work between 12-23 hours per week during the spring 2018 semester. Applicants are required to be available to work 40 hours per week during the summer of 2018. *Two positions are available.
Shift:
First
Pay Rate:
$12
Work Hours:
Applicants must be available to work between 12-23 hours per week during the spring 2018 semester. Applicants are required to be available to work 40 hours per week during the summer of 2018.
Required availability:
Applicants must be available to work between 12-23 hours per week during the spring 2018 semester. Applicants are required to be available to work 40 hours per week during the summer of 2018.
Hours per week:
Applicants must be available to work between 12-23 hours per week during the spring 2018 semester. Applicants are required to be available to work 40 hours per week during the summer of 2018.