DEPARTMENT: Energy Management LOCATION: Facilities Management, 041 CONTACT: Kelly Stark PHONE: 273-6210 DEPARTMENT URL: https://fm.uni.edu/ PAY GRADE: 13 / 15 STARTING HOURLY WAGE: 13: $20.65 / 15: $22.57 POSITION FUNDING: Appropriated Funds APPOINTMENT TYPE: Full-Time; 12 Months SCHEDULE: Monday - Friday, 7:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. SHIFT: First Shift
Under general supervision, manages multiple Building Automation System (BAS) databases; investigates methods, materials, and equipment to be used in building automation systems; develops and implements control strategies for optimal operation of equipment; locates problems in systems; supports on-going recommissioning; prepares and initiates orders for materials and/or equipment; serves as technical consultant in computer-controlled systems; installs, repairs, replaces, and calibrates complex control system equipment and support systems; performs engineering analysis and calculations; monitors complex control systems for operation data; and performs other related duties as requested.
Engineering Technician I: Two years post high school education in a related technical field including carpentry, plumbing, electrical, and/or heating, ventilating, and air conditioning and; two years related experience, which includes regular participation in activities such as project planning, designing, ensuring code compliance, estimating project costs, investigating problems, recommending actions or similar tasks, or; an equivalent combination of training and experience totaling four years.
Engineering Technician II: Two years post high school education in a related technical field including carpentry, plumbing, electrical, and/or heating, ventilating, and air conditioning, and three years related experience, which includes reqular participation in activities such as project planning, designing, ensuring code compliance, estimating project costs, investigating problems, recommending actions or similar tasks, or an equivalent combination of training and experience totaling five years.
APPLICATION MUST BE RECEIVED BY 4:30 p.m. on Wednesday, August, 21, 2019.
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