Electronics Controls Trades Specialist I - Facilities & Services06335
The Facilities Management unit of the Division of Facilities and Services is seeking applications for an Electronic Controls Trades Specialist I. Under the direction of the Electronic Controls Supervisor or Operations Manager, this position will provide guidance and instruction to perform application, installation, maintenance, and repair of Automated Building Control Systems and HVAC systems throughout West Virginia University.
In order to be successful in this position, the ideal candidate will:
Review set points, evaluate system performance, troubleshoot, and make repairs to all devices and equipment associated with the network-based HVAC Environmental Controls, such as building level network/ field level network controllers, air-handler units, chilled and hot water systems, circulating water pumps, variable frequency drives, and other systems.
Work closely with multiple user groups to ensure that safety, health, security, and comfort needs are met via the use of various electronic components for fire, environmental and mechanical systems.
Understand and apply basic networking principles, such as topology, the OSI 7 layer network model, TCP/IP addressing, and creating, installing, and troubleshooting Category 5/e/6 network cables from building automation controllers to the network patch panel.
Act as a secondary dispatch while viewing the building automation user interface, dispatching Electronic Controls personnel or other FM trades by radio or phone, informing them of malfunctioning equipment or devices.
Generate work orders and contact zone managers and customers about HVAC systems downtime.
Analyze Powers Process Control Language (Siemens) and logic block programming (FIT, Automated Logic), system trends and panel point reports.
Apply electronics theories and principles along with schematics and diagrams to identify and diagnose electronic circuits for proper function.
Use logical steps to trace abnormalities to source of failure and make recommendations for component replacement.
Make sound economic decisions based on the cost of repair versus the cost to replace.
Use various multi-meters, hand/power tools, and specialized equipment to perform diagnostic testing, installation, maintenance and repair of components.
Work Hours: Day Shift
Pay Grade: 13
Vocational or technical school of up to 18 months beyond high school, or an equivalent combination of education and experience
At least two (2) years experience in electronic repair and service, maintenance, and installation of all equipment associated within building environments, including:
Valid driver's license
Physical demands include:
Lifting up to 75 pounds daily
Bending, stooping and climbing daily
Carrying odd shaped/balanced equipment weekly
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