We are currently searching for a Building Control Systems Engineer to provide support services to operate and maintain the Building Automation (BAS) and Other Building Control Systems of the National Institutes of Health (NIH), Office of Research Facilities, Division of Facilities Operations and Maintenance. The primary objective is to provide services and deliverable in support of: system preventative maintenance, troubleshooting, and issue documentation and resolution; system server, workstation, configuration administration and security activities; coordination and task and project management with IT security, networking, and hosting service providers; customer support to end-users. This is a full-time, on-site opportunity in Bethesda, MD.
Duties & Responsibilities
- Independently maintain, troubleshoot, and repair building automation and other system controls, equipment, and related IT systems.
- Perform computer workstation and server administration and maintenance.
- Manage building automation and other system controls projects and deliver them on time.
- Prepare technical reports by collecting, analyzing, and summarizing system and building information, trends, alarm logs, audit logs, etc.
- Write technical documentation describing system architecture, configuration, use, etc.
- Interpret and understand the needs of facilities operations and building automation system operators.
- Provide consultation to facility staff in the application of building automation and other system controls principles and techniques.
- Review and coordinate building automation and other system controls activities and projects.
- Provide instruction on building automation and other system controls solutions and implementations.
- Conduct feasibility studies and analyses of program needs.
- Provide training and assistance in areas of building automation and other system controls to promote conceptual understanding, technical understanding, standards, and requirements.
- Formulate plans and specifications for building automation and other system controls projects.
- Design building automation and other system controls solutions to meet required specifications: architecture, equipment selection, software configuration.
- Evaluate project objectives, feasibility, scope, design, and technical proposals.
- Test and troubleshoot equipment and system hardware and software and repair/improve.
- Perform inspection of existing and newly installed building automation and other system controls, equipment, and related IT systems.
- Review, evaluate, troubleshoot, and modify building automation and other system controls programming and configuration.
- Maintain accurate database inventories of equipment.
- Maintain equipment according to manufacturer's instructions, established procedures and required service.
- Perform and evaluate daily and periodic PM, repair, quality control, and other procedures.
- Perform routine maintenance on building automation and other system controls, equipment, and related IT systems.
- Provide guidance and assistance to other project staff.
- Identify and resolve project problems and issues.
- Initiate and track service requests to external groups for execution.
- Initiate and track service requests from customers and external groups for self/internal execution.
- Perform project management tasks for building automation and other system controls, equipment, and related IT systems projects.
- Bachelor’s degree in various disclipines such as Electrical Engineering, Electrical Engineering Technology, Engineering and Industrial Management, Engineering Mechanics Physics and Science, Engineering Technologies, General Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering Related Technologies, Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering, Industrial Production Technologies, Miscellaneous Engineering, Miscellaneous Engineering Technologies, Civil Engineering, Computer Engineering, Architectural Engineering, Nuclear Engineering, Petroleum Engineering or similar field.
- At least 3 years of experience
- Building Automation and Other Controls Systems Operations and Maintenance
- Electronic/Mechanical Building Controls Troubleshooting
- Reporting Data, Analysis, Findings, and Summaries
- Scheduling and Coordinating Internal and External Projects and Processes; Communication and Teamwork
- General Familiarity with Computer Programming and IT System Configuration, Network Architecture and Components, and Hosting Environments
- Building Automation/Management System or Other Industrial Control Systems
- Excel and/or Database
- General Office and Communication Software
Dovel Technologies and its Family of Companies (Medical Science & Computing and Ace Info Solutions) was acquired in October 2021.
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