The Physics Department lecture demonstration office is
looking for a fun, energetic, and loyal student with that “creative edge”:someone with a background in the physical
sciences or within physics itself, someone interested to learn more about
physics, physics demonstrations, and audio/video equipment.Initially for 10 hours per week, with the
possibility for more hours. Freshmen are
welcome and encouraged to apply. Work-study are welcome to apply. Work
trial period of one semester, with the possibility of continuation throughout
the summer and into following year(s).
general physics knowledge
be able to work on Fridays
from (not negotiable)
to lift and move equipment (35-50lbs)
desire to learn more about physics and audio-visual equipment
have a workingknowledge of hand
tools and/or willing to learn
able to listen and follow instructions, but also present alternative solutions
able to work both independently and as a team.
to work during the summer months.
knowledge of Arduino, Raspberry Pi, and other
microcontrollers would be awesome.
Job Duties include, but
are not limited to, the following:
record our weekly departmental colloquia on Friday afternoons.
with researching and archiving of lecture demonstration equipment
in the organization of lecture demonstration equipment, including moving
equipment, fixing cabinets, data entry, labeling, and much more.
with audio/video maintenance, including pulling wire, testing cables,
making cable, installing equipment, labeling, and troubleshooting.
recording and editing, and converting old archive to digital.
with various odd jobs, cleaning whiteboards, hanging things, fixing broken
items, woodworking such as sanding, painting and varnishing.
with the physics museum and our annual physics demo shows
Please submit the following by April 20th to Steve Narf
(Room 2237 Chamberlin) or Jim Reardon (Room 2320g Chamberlin):
letter stating expressing interest in this job