The Manager of Digital Fabrication, Technologies, and Research at Princeton University’s School of Architecture is responsible for all aspects of operations of the School’s workshops, and fabrication and research laboratories. Reporting to the Dean and School Administrator/Department Manager, the incumbent directs the efforts supporting the practices and process of analog and digital fabrication and other related research technologies at the School. The Manager is responsible for managing two fully equipped facilities designated for building models, architectural and design fabrication, and exploring building systems, and the equipment, technologies, and materials at these facilities. The incumbent also works with students in model construction and studio projects, providing consultation and support to students and faculty at the School. The Manager supports and participates in undergraduate and graduate structures courses, and is responsible for all training and compliance matters related to the use of the School’s workshops and fabrication and research laboratories, including but not limited to mandatory safety training on equipment and tools. The incumbent will supervise two senior laboratory technicians and oversees a program of graduate student employees, or shop monitors. The position is full time and may require some weekend and evening hours during the academic year.
Architecture Workshop, Digital Fabrication and Research Laboratory Oversight: 30%
Technology and Equipment Management, Instruction, and Support: 40%
Staff Supervision: 20%
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