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Air Conditioning Control Operator

Job Description

TITLE: Air Conditioning Control Operator

JOB CODE: 5320

EFFECTIVE DATE:

FLSA STATUS: NE

EEO6 CODE: 6 = Skilled Crafts

GRADE: Pay Grade 11

PAY PLAN: Annually
minimum 38,892.00
midpoint 50,562.00
maximum 62,232.00

PURPOSE: Manage the efficiency of the central air conditioning control system (Facilities Control and Monitoring System).Responsible for the installation/ monitoring of central control units.  Maintain temperature settings and readings.  Ensure optimum system performance and energy conservation.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: Supervises and assists with the installation on the FCMS systems to include the installation of all sensors, electrical hardware, electrical conduits and writing.   Supervises and assists with the programming of the FCMS system to include the programming of the solid state boards and creating points, design and programming of system graphics and of the preventive maintenance system.  Supervise and assist with the trouble shooting of solid-state boards, the trunk system, and all related optimization and conservation of energy within building facilities.  Provide training to personnel assigned to the FCMS systems.Verify and the scheduling of the FCMS system for the weekend and holiday operations.  Submit periodic, labor and inventory reports for accounting purposes.

REPORTING RELATIONSHIPS: REPORTS TO: Under the supervision of the Superintendent of Utilities.  Also receives instructions from the A/ C Supervisor. SUPERVISION: N/A SUPERVISION-OTHER: Supervises all staff assigned to the FCMS system to include Electronic Tech I and A/ C Mechanic.

REQUIRED EDUCATION: $education

REQUIRED EDUCATION-OTHER: High school graduation or 3 years experience.

REQUIRED EXPERIENCE / COMPETENCIES-OTHER: REQUIRED EXPERIENCES/COMPETENCIES: Seven years HVAC systems, including two years supervisory and Energy Management System experience. OTHER REQUIREMENTS: A/ C and electrical tools and equipment common to HVAC's and electrical trades to include volt ohmmeters and oscilloscope, as well as tools and equipment common to EMS systems.Proficiency in all phases of work performed. Working conditions are considered acceptable, but occasionally involve exposure to inclement weather conditions, equipment, tools and chemicals used in the air conditioning equipment and hazardous electrical equipment.Alertness and careful attention is required to avoid injury to self and to others.  Specific job requirements or physical location of positions allocated to this classification render the position security sensitive and thereby subject to the provisions of Section 51.215 Texas Education Code.