Building Automation System Specialist
Building automation systems contract administration (develop scope, issuing contracts, monitoring performance, progress tracking and cost allocation of ~$1,000,000 / year annually worth of BAS related services). Mentoring and BAS training coordination for HVAC and utility technicians. New project support (new software deployment, coordination of trades for assigned projects, commissioning follow up). Oversee implementation and monitor new BAS control strategies. Understand future needs to ensure continuous and effective improvement through the implementation of projects and programs. Key advisor to the Associate Director of Facilities Operation on BAS matters. Conduct diagnostics (code, communication, equipment versus controls failure), coordinate code and set point revisions to insure continuous, safe, and efficient operation of all equipment. Support Energy Management initiatives through operational issues identification and coordinating repairs. Responsible for campus wide metering system.
Ability to troubleshoot, and correct control issues within HVAC and central utilities’ automation systems. Knowledge of information technology systems (servers, workstations, communication protocols and peripheral equipment) including establishing server platform requirements for various BAS related software and metering databases. Experienced in basic control of air handling units, air distribution, chiller plants, boiler plants and associated distribution systems. Capable of performing or supervising the change in control code to address operational issues. Knowledge of BAS contract management including scope development, issuing contracts, monitoring compliance and contract cost allocation. Ability to contribute to energy conservation initiatives. Ability to quickly develop proficiency in proprietary software programs. Understanding of utility metering system architecture. Good oral and written communication skills.
High School graduate or equivalent.
Minimum five year experience in controls / building automation systems, HVAC or central utilities.
Knowledge of BAS system software and hardware, computers, automation systems configuration and modification of BAS system software and controller logic along with a variety of air handling devices and mechanical systems.
Knowledge of information technology systems (servers, workstations, communications protocols and peripheral equipment).
Valid driver’s license.
Must be a self-starter with a demonstrated ability to develop and manage multiple projects simultaneously from initial project requirement through final solution
Experience in programing Siemens and Johnson Controls building automation systems.
Experience with setting up monitoring graphics, point trending, metering systems and automation system commissioning.
Experience within an academic environment of multiple buildings served by central utilities.
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