The HVAC Control Technician perform master journey-level work in the heating, ventilation and air conditional trade involving the installation, diagnosis, troubleshooting, programming and repair of electrical, pneumatic, electronic and computerized controls systems. Responsible for designing, implementing and monitoring new BAS control strategies (technical and procedural) to improve energy efficiency, facilities operations and customer satisfaction. The work involves reading and interpreting building blueprints and HVAC systems diagrams and specifications, isolating and identifying problems, and installing and calibrating controls and equipment according to specifications. The HVAC Control Technician will be the lead responder when Operating Room, procedure rooms, clean/dirty utility rooms and other critical patient care areas report 'out of range' for relative humidity, temperature and room pressure relationships. Monitor and modify control systems and associated software to ensure optimal functionality and reliability while understanding future needs to ensure continuous and effective improvement through the implementation of projects and programs. The HVAC Control Technician is expected to communicate and escalate, when appropriate, equipment operations and BAS issues.
--A minimum of five years of experience in controls/building automation systems, HVAC, facilities and/or energy management.
--Must have experience working with energy monitoring and building automation systems. Must have knowledge of BAS system software and hardware; proper installation, calibration and set-up procedures of BAS systems; upload/download of various system controllers; installation techniques of BAS systems and applications; configuration and modification of BAS system software and controller logic; a variety of air handling devices and mechanical systems.
--Excellent working knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Visio)
--Excellent working knowledge of building automation systems (e.g. Johnson Controls, Siemens, Schneider Electric, Niagra, Phoenix Controls)
--Knowledge of database management. Ability to quickly develop proficiency in proprietary software programs.
--Knowledge of information technology systems (servers, workstations, software, peripheral equipment) and ability to support functionality and deployment.
--Ability to communicate effectively in written format and oral presentations.
--Ability to multi-task and establish priorities while maintaining organization in a changing environment.
--Must have ability to access areas that are physically restrictive (building mechanical rooms) for routine and investigative field check and surveys.
--Must possess the knowledge and skills required to do the above duties successfully, be able to work independently and be able to resolve issues with minimal guidance.
--Must be a self-starter with a demonstrated ability to analyze and manage multiple projects simultaneously from initial project requirements through final solution.
--Experience with energy metering and metrics is highly desired.
--Experience in a healthcare or research laboratory environment highly desired.
--Knowledge of SQL desirable.
--Educational background in Building Automation Technology, HVAC, Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Engineering Technology or related areas.
--This position may be required to work a non-standard work schedule that may include nights, weekends.
- THIS POSITION MAY BE SUBJECT TO A CRIMINAL BACKGROUND INVESTIGATION, DRUG SCREEN, LIVE SCAN FINGERPRINTING, MEDICAL EVALUATION CLEARANCE, AND FUNCTIONAL CAPACITY ASSESSMENT