Electronics Engineer

Makerspace Manila

1 opening
Preferred Educational Attainment
Graduated from college
7 days ago
Application deadline
in a month
Recruiter responds
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Recruiter last seen
a day ago
Education and Training
Employment Type
Full time
Office Address
2F Bldg B, Ayala Malls Solenad 3,, Santa Rosa, Philippines
Required Skills
Creative Thinking
Attention to Detail
Critical Thinking
Preferred Courses
Electronics & Communications Engineering
Electronics Engineering
Computer Engineering
Minimum Qualifications:
Graduated from college

  • At least a Bachelor's / College Degree in Electronics / Computer / Electronics & Communication Engineering

  • Required Skills(s): Teaching, presentation, communication, leadership, organizational development

  • Knowledge with C# / C++ programming

  • Arduino / Raspberry Pi working knowledge

  • Required Language: English

  • Fluent in English (Written & Verbal)

  • Applicants must be willing to work in Ayala Malls Solenad 3

  • No previous work/teaching experience required

Job Description

We are looking for forward thinking educators who want to break the mold. We want teachers who will teach less (yes less) and facilitate more. If you are open to change, believe in the value of project-based learning and exploration, and have a passion for malking things,then you just might be who we're looking for.

If you agree with the following approach to teaching - inviting curiosity, inspiring wonder, encouraging play, collaboration as a powerful tool, celebrating unique (and sometimes wild) solutions, welcoming mistakes, even occasionally breaking things - we'd love to meet you!

About Makerspace Manila
Makerspace Manila is finally OPEN FOR BUSINESS! Come visit us at our first branch at 2nd Floor, Bldg. B Ayala Malls Solenad 3, Nuvali, Sta. Rosa, Laguna. We have an ambitious mission at our makerspace and that is to break down the barriers to technology. For the first three weeks since we've soft-opened, we’ve had kids as young as 7 years of age already building line-following robots, remote-controlled cars, scaled-down elevators, robotic arms, even powered model villages. And here’s the thing — we’re just getting started! But what exactly are we? The term “makerspace” is, in the simplest sense, a place (space) where people (makers) make things. Makerspaces all over the world — about 3,000 of us when we last checked — form the global Maker Movement with roots from the USA, having been jumpstarted by a tech-influenced DIY magazine called “MAKE”. MAKE Magazine is the brainchild of the visionary Dale Dougherty and his talented team at Maker Media Inc., launched in 2005. Yes, 2005, more than ten years ago. Outside the Philippines, makers are already building successful commercial products like the Pebble smartwatch (which broke Kickstarter records), Sugru (the moldable glue that turns to rubber), the Square mobile electronic payment system (say goodbye to credit card terminals), and the Dodocase (shame on you if you haven’t heard of the Dodocase). There are hundreds more of such success stories. In the Philippines, we are just getting started and we have to make up for lost time. So, at Makerspace Manila, we hit the ground running by showing people the power of the maker mentality. No longer are you (or your kids) slaves to technology, in many ways you can be masters of it. Students are able to convert what before were simply concepts (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math) into real-world applications. Best of all, we provide the next generation — our children — critical 21st century skills to prepare them for a technology-driven and competitive future. We’re talking confidence building, creative and critical thinking, independence, open communication, collaboration, exploration, creation and invention. Because really, how else do you prepare our kids for the jobs of the future? Adults, you are not forgotten! Our makerspace also features many making tools and implements -- plotter-cutter, thermal press, 3D printer, laser engraver, power tools, woodworking tools, rotary tools, to name a few -- which will allow you to bring your ideas to reality. Ever wanted to start a business but don't know how to build the product of your dreams? Drop by our space, talk to our makers, and see how we can help you make your dream a reality. We also hold workshops year-round in order to elevate your skills -- design thinking, illustration, programming, 3D modeling, among others. Join us now, and be part of the global Maker Movement. Why Join Us? We're breaking new ground and you see the positive impact we make every single day. You'll be at ground zero for the Philippine Maker Movement. You'll be part of a unique set of extremely talented people who want to make a difference. We work with and for like-minded makers and students of all ages. We are not your typical corporate culture and we hate red tape. Our organizational chart is practically flat. Things are done quickly because the owners are involved in day-to-day decision-making. We want you to have autonomy in order to grow and show us what you can do. We are flexible and we see our team members as more than employees. You get to play with our many toys! At present in the space you can explore 3D printing, woodworking, T-shirt making, sticker printing, photo printing, electronics, etc. You get paid to play, tinker, and create things with amazing people.

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