JOB SUMMARY: Performs skilled work to ensure safe, effective, and energy efficient operation of Medical Center Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC) systems through the Building Automation Systems (BAS). Responsible for testing, maintenance, modification, operation, repair and record keeping of BAS. Utilizes knowledge of (a) pneumatic, electric, electronic, direct digital, airflow, hydronic, etc. control strategies, (b) hardware devices such as thermostats, humidistats, receiver controllers, pneumatic actuators, safeties, pilot positioners, relays, sensors, field panels, wiring, power supplies, interface modules, etc., and (c) system operating manuals and engineering drawings associated with the HVAC systems and equipment within the scope of services provided by the HAR Shop.
Commitment to VUMC Credo
Adhere to Medical Center and Department policies and procedures
Demonstrates a special skill set, qualification and expertise with respect to Building Automation Systems and is responsible for BAS operation and control of building HVAC systems and equipment included in the HAR Shop scope of services
Mentor other team members, share knowledge base to improve overall work group
Follow instructions, work under supervision and independently, demonstrate an eagerness to learn and expand knowledge base and skill set
Vanderbilt University Medical Center is a comprehensive health care facility dedicated to patient care, research, and biomedical education. Our reputation for excellence in these areas has made us a major center for patient referrals from throughout the Mid-South. Each year, people throughout Tennessee and the Southeast choose Vanderbilt University Medical Center for their health care because of our leadership in medical science and our dedication to treating patients with dignity and compassion.The mission of Vanderbilt University Medical Center is to advance health and wellness through preeminent programs in patient care, education, and research.
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