Position Title

Laboratory Director, CBA

Position Overview

MIT's Center for Bits and Atoms (CBA) is an interdisciplinary initiative exploring the boundary between computer science and physical science, ranging from creating one of the first quantum computers to creating a global network of thousands of community fab labs, and teaching the popular course How To Make (almost) Anything.

To accomplish this CBA manages a unique research facility for making and measuring across scales, from nanostructures to macrostructures. Tools include a molecular biology lab; e-beam imaging, lithography, and elemental mapping; micro-CT; laser micromachining; precision, 5-axis, and large-format NC mills; waterjet and flatbed cutters; FFF, SLA, SLS, polyjet and ultrafast 3D printing; injection molding; welding; molding and casting; analytical and electronic instrumentation; pick-and-place and robotic assemblers. These support the work of hundreds of users across CBA’s research projects, associated classes, and collaborating programs.

The Laboratory Director will be responsible for managing all aspects of CBA's research and rapid-prototyping facilities, supporting the safety and productivity of the equipment and its users.

Principal Duties and Responsibilities (Essential Functions)

Tools and Users (80%)

Classes (10%)

Outreach (10%)

Qualifications & Skills

To Apply

Visit MIT's careers at https://hr.mit.edu/careers and search for job ID number #22969