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Under administrative direction, supervises the operations of maintenance personnel to meet the needs of the area of responsibility.
General knowledge of plumbing, carpentry, electrical and general maintenance procedures.
Strong knowledge of HVAC systems and operations.
Knowledge of building automation systems.
Verbal and written communication skills.
Strong computer and software skills.
Ability to draft project proposals.
Ability to troubleshoot, modify, and maintain maintenance systems and equipment.
Ability to administer union contracts.
Ability to exert above average physical effort including walking across campus, lifting, bending, and carrying light to moderately heavy materials or equipment.
Associate’s degree; supplemented with three (3) years of related work experience.
Supervises general and skilled maintenance workers; oversees and schedules off hour maintenance coverage, which is a group that works with the Department of Public Safety to ensure 24/7 emergency maintenance personnel present on campus.
Works with building occupants and the registrar to adjust temperatures and monitor schedules with Johnson Control BAS (Building Automation System); monitors alarm status for crucial systems (i.e. data centers, freezers); works with researchers needing to set and trend environmental parameters for experiments.
Works with the Construction Services department on reviewing renovations and new building projects to provide a seamless transition between project and occupancy.
Monitors safety, risk management, and state and federal compliance logs (i.e. refrigerant tracking, department of natural resources air pollution, OSHA safety training documentation); assists with accreditation logs (i.e. Comparative Medicine and SLUMA museum trend logs).
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