27 May 2016

Technician – Visual Arts, Design & Technology


The Workshop Technician is to provide support to staff and students to ensure that the day to day teaching and learning within the department runs smoothly and effectively; manage and maintain physical resources, tools and machinery in the workshops; implement and maintain health and safety procedures, as stated by the Department and ESF.

– Oversee and coordinate the smooth running of the department with regard to its logistical needs ie. materials preparation, storage, ordering of items, maintenance and administration
– Provide support to staff and students with regard to solving problems of a technical nature or where specialist knowledge and/or experience is required
– Ensure that health and safety procedure is practiced and enforced and to report to the Head of Department any action required in this regard
– Maintain an accurate inventory equipment record for the Department and ensure equipment are well maintained to meet the Health & Safety requirements
– Purchase materials and tools according to Procurement procedure
– Manufacturing of resources for department use


– Diploma in relevant disciplines
– Experience of workshop machinery and equipment, electronics, robotics or carpentry
– Knowledge of at least one area of 3D design and/or manufacture
– Ability to use and maintain laser cutters and 3D printers
– Sound communication skills in English and Cantonese
– Confident ICT skills
– Familiarity with Adobe Photoshop CC, Adobe Illustrator CC, Autodesk Fusion 360 an advantage
– Excellent general practical skills and problem solving
– Ability to priortise workload and work independently
– Motivated to acquire new skills and eager to take part in ongoing program of professional development
– Excellent initiative, interpersonal, communication and organisational skills
– A friendly and confident manner in relation to staff and students are essential
– A reputation for being punctual, reliable, flexible, resourceful, hardworking and dedicated to the responsibilities that this post involves

Closing Date: 03 Jun 2016