the ability to work safely with minimal supervision from staff.
A great attitude:
friendly, approachable, motivated and committed.
with the broader MakerSpace community.
Good workshop etiquette:
especially cleaning as you go.
for MakerSpace equipment, staff, facilities and other workshop users.
A commitment to your practice: are you focused on working towards specific goals and outcomes, improving skills, starting a business or developing in some way.
With limited spaces available, MakerSpace prioritises people working in design (including craft, fabrication and engineering).
We love our community: we have diverse backgrounds, types of work, skill levels, ages, genders, stories. You are welcome.