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Control Center Technician
The Operations Division manages Tufts' 5 million square feet of buildings and properties, providing safety, maintenance, mail, transportation, and construction services. Together, these functions are responsible for the efficient, cost effective and safe operations of our campuses, as well as the maintenance and management of our university assets to support our research and educational mission, vision and values.
The Operations Control Center is the hub of daily activity for maintenance and support services involving our campus facilities, grounds and supporting services.
We are seeking a highly motivated individual with a high potential and/ or existing aptitude to develop a mastery in the operation and interpretation of data from building automation systems, and facilities work management systems working as an integral member of a team of professionals who are on the front lines of redefining maintenance management standards for building operations across the university.
What You'll Do
The Operations Control Center Technician is a key player that provides the first line of support to the Tufts community for incoming building operations emergencies, building system alarms, and a wide range of issues and services involving the interior and exterior university facilities, grounds and properties. Reporting to the Director, Business Technology and Process, the Operations Control Center Technician has the primary role to ensure that all service requests are responded to with an appropriate level of urgency, efficiency and accuracy.
- Performs a full range of assignments with respect to the operation of the University’s building automated controls systems (BAS), primarily Johnson
- Controls, for all university buildings including science and research complexes
Provides inputs to continuously evolving building system and equipment job plans, safety plans, building alarm monitoring and response protocols and emergency response protocols
- Works collaboratively with facilities management in responding to work priorities, understanding building, zone, and occupant needs and understanding the impacts of preventative maintenance programs on the ongoing operability of building systems, equipment and components
- Ensures the integrity, accuracy, and completeness of facilities repair and maintenance work order data in the CMMS system
- Hones expertise and knowledge in evaluating and reacting to data and outputs from the university building automation and alarm systems as well as the university’s computerized maintenance management system (CMMS), Maximo
- Demonstrates expertise and independent judgement in drawing upon university protocols with respect to the deployment of resources responsive to facilities-based emergencies and work requests over a wide range of situations and contexts
- Commits to capturing, maintaining, and using data in support of the Division’s Asset Management Program
What We're Looking For
- Any combination of training, education, and experience equivalent to graduation from a college or university with a Bachelor's Degree in Industrial Engineering, Facilities Management, or a related field
- 1 to 3 years of experience with environmental controls and business automation systems in a research, lab, medical or equivalent environment
- Working knowledge of HVAC systems and energy management control systems
- Substantive experience with computerized maintenance management systems (CMMS)
- Working knowledge of building and safety code requirements; building, electrical, plumbing, and HVAC maintenance and repair methods
- Familiarity with Uniform Building Code; BOMA Standards; ADA Regulation
- Review and interpret service contracts for technical specifications, and contract/service
agreements; oversee service providers and service contracts
- Ability to multi-task in a fast-paced environment while consistently demonstrating a professional and courteous demeanor; skilled in maintaining a positive relationship with customers
- Demonstrated ability to reach complex blue prints and control submittals
- Demonstrated computer skills: Windows, Word, Excel, Database, BAS and CMMS
- Experience utilizing Maximo CMMS
- JCI BAS controls monitoring experience
Special Work Schedule Requirements:
- The normal work schedule is 9am to 5pm Monday through Friday, however a later shift for some or all weekdays or a schedule involving some weekend coverage is negotiable
- Possible intermittent on-call requirements
- This position is considered essential as defined in the Tufts University employee handbook which requires key University employee to report to work during weather emergencies
- Required to be on site during emergency situations related to weather and/or man made such as power outages and scheduled utility shut downs
Minimum $28.35, Midpoint $34.03, Maximum $39.70
Salary is based on related experience, expertise, and internal equity; generally, new hires can expect pay between the minimum and midpoint of the range.
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