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SHOP TRAINING PROGRAM DEVELOPER
Autodesk BUILD Space, Boston MA
23 November 2015
Shop Training Program Developer
Autodesk is seeking a Shop Training Program Developer to help coordinate and produce training
material on shop equipment and processes, supporting the diverse user population expected in the
Autodesk BUILD Space. This will be a full-time or near full-time consulting role from now through the
middle of next year.
Together with its new office location at the Innovation and Design Building in the Boston Seaport
District, Autodesk is creating a 30,000 sf facility for innovation in the building industry—a world-class,
active workshop and studio for research and development of fabrication, construction, and design
methods. The Autodesk BUILD Space—BUILD for Building, Innovation, Learning and Design—will house
leading researchers, students, and practitioners as "BUILDers in residence" as well as educational and
community programs. The BUILD Space will support the exploration of how emerging technologies for
digital fabrication can be used in the architecture, infrastructure, engineering, and construction
industries to inform design and enable future project delivery, fabrication, and construction processes. It
will bring together top computational developers and designers, materials and fabrication specialists,
and emerging leaders in related fields to foster innovation through functional collaboration.
The facility is currently in under construction and scheduled to open mid-2016.
Specific activities will include:
Review equipment specifications and equipment installation, safety, and operations manuals
Participate in manufacturer equipment training
Work with EHS (Environmental Health & Safety) to ensure safety requirements are incorporated
into training materials
Review and edit existing equipment training content
Write new training material for equipment and processes
SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE
The successful candidate will be someone with diverse skills and experience, including the following:
Demonstrated experience in developing similar material, including experience with shop and
equipment training programs
Experience using machine shop equipment and building processes such as woodworking, metal
working, welding, composites, ceramics, glass working, laser cutting, CNC, etc.
Understand equipment safety procedures
Attention to detail
Strong written and verbal communication skills, including technical documentation
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