The Energy Services Technicianrecommends, installs, programs, monitors, maintains, troubleshoots and repairsenergy management systems and components. This include computerized systems,sensors, transducers, meters and various energy conservation devices on campusbuildings.
Plans, implements, monitors, evaluates, and upgrades energy saving programs; prepares reports involving energy saving programs.
Plans, recommends, and coordinates construction projects affecting energy management system ensuring conformance with University, local and national codes and standards.
Performs extensive diagnosis and repairs or replaces malfunctioning instruments including sensors, thermostats, controllers, control boards and other control devices.
Modifies and updates computer programs for energy management systems.
Contacts appropriate personnel when failures occur and coordinates communications between Energy Manager and maintenance staffs.
Designs, develops, constructs and calibrates electronic and pneumatic controls, sensors and devices.
Dismantles malfunctioning systems, tests components using meters, gauges and other test equipment.
Coordinates and facilitates the transition of energy management system and devices with building staff faculty, or students.
Makes periodic rounds throughout the campus to ensure proper operation of HVAC, plumbing, electrical and medical gas systems according to the boiler room schedule and rounds procedures.
Interacts with employees and students to explain energy management principles and procedures, schedule installations. Provides training and technical assistance.
Instructs maintenance staff and others in the use and operation of equipment.
Perform other duties as assigned by Manager and Supervisor.
Internal Number: 158925
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