Under direction from Facilities staff, assists in monitoring all Building Management Systems (BMS) systems to ensure the environmental systems are within specified ranges and operating systems are functioning properly. Observes deviations from systems specifications and works with Facilities staff to correct or resolve these discrepancies. This position will require work to\ be completed in the field as well as monitoring the BMS systems.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Assists in the day?to?day monitoring and maintaining of BMS systems for multiple locations.
Performs system checks, monitors and responds appropriately to alarms, and interprets trending data.
Assists with monitoring special controlled temperature and humidity vaults.
Assists in documenting changes or modifications to the BMS systems, including programming or set point changes.
Coordinate troubleshooting of BMS Controls with HVAC Group and Specialty/Electro-Mechanical Group.
Assists coordinating technical, maintenance, and operations personnel to troubleshoot operating problems and assist in the implementation of new equipment, instrumentation, and controls.
Troubleshoot System alarms and manage resolving alarm issues in the field.
Assists in performing scheduled and unscheduled preventative maintenance, inspections, site surveys, and service requests including replacement and modifications of control or instrumentation equipment as directed.
Assists in creating or revising operator?interface graphics.
Assists with calibrating temperature, velocity and humidity sensors. Coordinate troubleshooting of BMS Controls with Service Providers.
Coordinate Electrical Load Shed with Power plant.
Work with Facilities planners to assure that the mechanical systems installed are properly controlled. Diagnose and Troubleshoot Post Construction Issues at recently renovated buildings.
Review possible projects, order supplies, plan work, communicate with trade personnel and customers.
Recommend measures to improve productivity and quality of finished product. Suggest changes in working conditions and use of equipment to increase efficiency of group, department, or work performance.
Analyze and resolve work problems, or assists workers in solving work problems.
Maintain time and production records. Estimate, requisition, and inspect materials.
Requires first response for various issues including stabilize and remedy the situation as needed.
Respond to Emergency call off hours.
Excellent communication skills are required, including both verbal and written presentational skills as well as good leadership qualities. Must have excellent interpersonal skills and understand the importance of customer service.
Perform other duties as assigned by the Maintenance Service Manager or Director of Facilities.
Ability to read blue prints, control drawings and logic controls and BMS program language.
Knowledge of HVAC network systems, including fiber optic networks and building management communication networks, and ability to understand psychometric charts.
Ability to closely work with HVAC field technicians to facilitate repairs and maintenance of HVAC equipment.
Working knowledge of commissioning, diagnosing, and repair of environmental?control systems, utilizing knowledge of electronics, direct digital controls, pneumatic controls, airflow, hydraulics, and refrigeration theory and control techniques preferred.
Ability to organize and prioritize work, takes initiative, resolve problems, and manage multiple tasks simultaneously.
Ability to communicate and work effectively with all levels in a demanding environment.
Demonstrated ability to act decisively and independently to resolve complex issues.
Strong computer skills, knowledge of MS Office including email and electronic calendars, work order system software concentrating with asset inventory management, bar code scanning, competent problem-solving and project management skills.
Ability to write routine reports and correspondences. Ability to speak English. Understand and follow oral and written instructions. Communicate clearly and concisely and be able to relay instructions and directions to others.
The employee must regularly lift and/or move up to 10 pounds, frequently lift and/or move up to 50 pounds. Able to withstand long period of walking, standing, twisting and lifting.
High school diploma or general education degree (GED) and a minimum of four years of related experience (experience in Building Management Systems, HVAC automation controls, energy management systems, or other related experience) and/or trade school training.
Certificates and/or Licenses
Certification or license in one or more of the following: electrical, mechanical, HVAC or refrigeration systems.
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