The DDC Systems Specialist 3 supports university operations specific to Student Life by performing preventive maintenance and service calls on control and monitoring equipment including fire, security, environmental control, uninterruptible power supply (UPS), and pneumatic systems. Regularly uses specific manufacturers software to read and write temperature control programs and build system graphics; uses various meters and hand tools to troubleshoot peripheral devices associated with DDC systems and HVAC equipment; under general supervision from an administrator, performs highly skilled repairs, adjustments and maintenance of direct digital controls and mechanical, electrical, and pneumatic components of various automated university systems and equipment; serves as crew leader in the field and guides training for lower level technicians; subject to 24 hour emergency call.
Bachelor's degree or equivalent combination of education and experience.
Previous Ohio State University Office of Student Life experience; 18 months or 1,800 hours training in mechanical, pneumatic, and HVAC technology and 12 months or 1,200 hours training in programming and electrical circuitry or at least 18 months as a DDC Systems Specialist 2; considerable knowledge of computers, digital controls, electronic and safety practices, HVAC and pneumatic technology, and reading blueprints; skill in operating shop equipment, power tools, pneumatic controls; ability to work independently on many tasks, cooperate with other personnel on group projects; routinely lift moderate to heavy (20 to 100 lb.) equipment; ability to calculate fractions, decimals, and percentages and read and write common vocabulary.
Target Salary: $24.00 - $28.00 Hourly
Job Category: Information Technology (IT)
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