IEEE Concordia Student Branch – Lab Supervisor Application 2017-2018
Help us run the open lab! You will be given access to the lab, hold weekly office hours at the lab, and help visitors with the lab equipment, with their projects or their courses. You don't need to be an expert at electronics or lab equipment to become a lab supervisor! We're looking for people who are responsible, who love to help others and want to learn. It also helps if you're already involved with our events or at the lab!
If you have an old seven-digit ID, add a '2' at the beginning.
Phone number (cell preferred)
Enter in this format: 514-555-1234
What degree are you currently pursuing?
What program are you in?
What year of your degree are you in?
If you are not following the full-time course sequence, please select the closest equivalent credit amount. Master's or PhD, indicate how long you have been studying.
1 (less than 30 credits)
2 (31 to 60 credits)
3 (61 to 90 credits)
4 (90+ credits)
Remember: We're looking for people who are responsible, who love to help others and who want to learn. You don't need to be an expert at electronics or lab equipment to become a lab supervisor!
Please tell us a bit about yourself.
What are your engineering interests? What kind of experience do you have? What kind of projects have you done in the past, if any?
What do you know about electronics test equipment and power tools? What about safety in a lab setting?
Oscilloscopes, power supplies, soldering irons, power tools like drill presses and circular saws, etc.
Why IEEE Concordia?
Why do you want to get involved with the IEEE Concordia Student Branch?
What activities are you familiar with? (optional)
We'd like to know what skills you already have. This information is not used as a basis for selection; you'll have the opportunity to learn about what you don't know and teach others what you do know!
FPGAs and VHDL/Verilog
Microcontrollers (bare - not Arduino)
PCB chemical etching (ferric chloride)
Power electronics & power engineering
Software engineering (architecture/design/programming)
Assembly (Motorola/x86/MIPS, etc.)
C and C++ Programming
Web Programming & Design
In general, we prefer getting to know people before they apply for the Lab Supervisor position. If you haven't, come to our open lab hours and meet us!
Did you receive a recommendation for the Lab Supervisor position?
If you list someone here, they must be able to confirm that they met you and recommend you for the Lab Supervisor position. Use "Other" to list Lab Supervisors, Senior Advisors, or members of IEEE Concordia Committees that are not on this list.
Ryan Cooke (Branch Chair)
Colin Barber (Branch Vice-Chair)
Sarah Ben Rejeb (Branch Secretary)
Tim Maloney (Branch Treasurer)
Abtin Ghodoussi (Director of Academics)
Filippa Simard (Director of Social Activities)
Matthew Torre (Director of Projects)
Megan Ashley Padvaiskas (Director of Marketing)
Michael Yablonovitch (Director of Competitions)
Salman Rahman (Lab Supervisor/IT Administrator)
Steven Gilbert (Director of Lab Services)
Thank you for applying!
We'll review your application, and if you're selected, we'll invite you to an interview with the Executive Committee. The Committee meets every two weeks during Fall and Winter semesters.
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