Instrumentation and Control Engineering Tech

  • Department: Faculty of Applied Science & Computing
  • Hours: Up to 12hrs/week
  • Number of Weeks: Up to 13 weeks
  • Number of Positions: One (1)

Job Description

The successful candidate will assist and work under the direction of Applied Science faculty and staff.

Key Duties

  • Assist in the re-writing of some lab handouts / procedures
  • Assist in maintenance and installation of equipment, including process automation equipment and robotics
  • Assist in lab maintenance (repair, clean-up, etc.)
  • Documentation as required
  • Program Marketing
  • Other duties as required
  • On occasion may be asked to perform other duties as assigned, such as special functions (i.e., orientation, convocation, open house, awards dinners, etc.)

Skills required

  • Must have successfully completed first year of the Control Engineering Program
  • Excellent troubleshooting skills
  • Ability to work independently with minimal supervision
  • Ability to work in a team environment

terms of employment

  • Rate of pay: $16.43 / hour (including 6% vacation pay).
  • This position falls under the provisions of Student Employees in the Part-time Support Staff Collective Agreement and is subject to union dues.
  • The student must be currently enrolled at St. Lawrence College.
  • The student must demonstrate a financial need by filling out the Employment On-Campus Assessment Form, be in good academic standing and sign a confidentiality statement.
  • BBA, Second Career and Apprenticeship students are not eligible for funding by the Student Employment On-Campus Program. They are still encouraged to apply, as additional funding options may be available.

Posted Date: September 13, 2022
Closing Date: September 27, 2022

Apply Online:

  1. Complete the Application form (Apply Now button).
  2. Please have your resumé and cover letter ready in ONE document, using naming convention “LastName, FirstName” (i.e., Smith,Joe). Your document should be in .PDF, .doc, or .docx format.
  3. Your application is not complete until you have completed the Student Employment On-Campus Assessment Form.