W. M. Keck Observatory
  • highly competitive salary

403(b) plan, a highly regarded tuition assistance program for dependent children (K-12 grade), and an unmatched focus on excellence. Some of our positions offer relocation assistance and we even pay 100% employee health insurance!


W.M. Keck Observatory is calling everyone interested in this full-time Electro-Optical Technician position in the Waimea, HI area to apply to join our amazing team full-time!

WHY YOU SHOULD JOIN OUR TEAM

We are an established observatory that invests in our employees and offers a positive and uplifting environment! We pay this full-time Electro-Optical Technician job a highly competitive salary. Our team also enjoys great benefits, including a 403(b) plan, a highly regarded tuition assistance program for dependent children (K-12 grade), and an unmatched focus on excellence. Some of our positions offer relocation assistance and we even pay 100% employee health insurance! We also make it easy to apply with our initial quick and easy mobile-optimized application. If we have your attention, please continue reading!

ABOUT W.M. KECK OBSERVATORY

From Hawaii's Maunakea, astronomers around the world use our observatory to observe the universe with unprecedented power and precision. Our twin observatory telescopes are the world's most scientifically productive optical and infrared telescopes! With our highly advanced technology, we focus on service and stewardship and are very committed to being the science leader in large land-based telescopes. We support the mission of the observatory and work to unravel the mysteries of the universe!

Each employee is a part of our mission. We provide meaningful jobs and a lively place to pursue careers here. Employees are able to grow and work with a variety of equipment and scientific applications for the good of humanity and pure science. We work in a wonderful setting and environment and are passionate about what we do. We're looking for more individuals to join us!

ARE YOU A GOOD FIT?

We are looking for someone who is motivated to do quality work and better themselves as an Electro-Optical Technician. Ask yourself: Do you have excellent communication skills? Are you a troubleshooter and problem-solver? Do you have a positive, can-do attitude? Are you looking for more than just a job? Are you cooperative and great at teamwork? Do you take pride in a job well done? If so, please consider applying for this Electro-Optical Technician position today!

WHAT WE NEED FROM YOU

As an Electro-Optical Technician for us, you are key to running our telescopes, which is critical to our operation. Every shift, you work on the maintenance of mirrors and electronics that are key to how our mirrors move and bring in data from the observing process. You work quite closely with our electronics engineers and optics team and follow through with duties as assigned. You assist with technical support of the facility's astronomical instruments and optical, electronic, and mechanical systems. This includes fabrication, installation, optical alignment, calibration, maintenance, troubleshooting, and repair. You ensure that everything is in good operating condition, available to observe with, and safe. You feel great knowing your efforts keep our operations running smoothly! If you can do that, and meet the following requirements, we'd love to have you on the team.

  • AS degree in lasers, optics, opto-mechanics, electronics OR engineering degree OR equivalent and relevant experience
  • 3+ years of experience in a highly technical or science operation environment

Apply today!

Location: 96743

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