Innovation Lab Technician – Permanent
This is a Gloucestershire County Council job.
|• Job Title:||Innovation Lab Technician|
|• Job Location:||Tewkesbury Main Library|
|• Salary:||£25,878 – £28,371 per annum|
|• Hours per Week:||37|
|• Contract Type:||Permanent|
|• Closing Date:||01/10/2023|
|• Job Requisition Number:||7417|
|This post is not open to job share|
About The Team & Role
We are recruiting for a Community Technician to support our growing digital Lab network across Gloucestershire.
We are looking for a flexible, forward-thinking candidate, who is ready to get hands on with new technology and software to support small businesses, creatives and makers of all ages.
With an interest in 3D design, coding, electronics or virtual reality, you will work as part of a wider Lab Technician Team, sharing skills, knowledge and good practice.
The role is an agile position, allowing you to work as part of a wider lab technician team, supporting Gloucestershire Libraries to deliver creative, digital based training and events across the County.
We are recruiting for a full-time position – with a designated base in Tewkesbury Library.
You will be the creative lead for the Lab at Tewkesbury library and will be responsible for maintaining kit and developing a training offer for our members – working with partners and local networks to deliver a range of 121 sessions, workshops and events. It is not essential to be an expert in all of the technology – training will be provided – but you should be willing to learn new skills and be passionate about up-skilling others.
The successful candidate will have excellent communication and networking skills, and a track record in driving and delivering projects with a range of partners and organisations.
Our ideal candidate will:
For all your hard work, you will receive the following:
- Agile working opportunities
- 25.5 days annual leave rising to 30.5 days after 5 years continuous service
- An option to purchase up to 10 days of additional leave per year (dependent on business need)
- Career development and qualification opportunities
- Supportive and positive working environment with regular, robust supervision
- Local Government Pension Scheme (LGPS)
- Access to our Employee Assistance Programme (EAP) that provides free, confidential, counselling and advice for employees, available 24 hours a day, online and by telephone.
- An in-house Occupational Health service
- Employee discount scheme
- Cycle to Work scheme
- Gloucestershire Salary Sacrifice Green Car Scheme (T&Cs apply)
- Links to employee networks such as Prism (LGBT+) network and the Young Employees Network
How to apply
If you feel you have the skills, desire and experience required to make a positive difference, then please submit your application and personal statement today by clicking the “Apply Now” Button.
For an informal discussion about the role, please contact Andy Hayhoe on firstname.lastname@example.org
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