Description Applications will be accepted until Monday, August 27, 2018. Colorado law requires that candidates for state government jobs be residents of Colorado at the time of application. Candidates are required to submit the followingu00a0to be considered for this position: Resume, withu00a0date ranges,u00a0whether it was full or part time, and hours per week work. Cover letter, outlining how your skills meet those required for this position. DD-214 for veteran applicants. Briefly summarize: u00a0 Operates, monitors, and repairs DDC and pneumatic controls, light commercial refrigeration equipment, kitchen equipment, Heating Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC), and associated hardware for all UCCS Residence Life and Housing and Auxiliary (non-housing) facilities. The workload is driven by requests through the work request / work order system, the preventive maintenance schedules and by projects. Performs routine and preventive maintenance on various mechanical, related electrical equipment, DDC and pneumatic controls in heating, cooling and refrigeration systems. Responds to emergency calls pertaining to HVAC, refrigeration problems, DDC and pneumatic controls and plumbing emergencies throughout the Residence Life and Housing and Auxiliary (non-housing) buildings. This position assists in maintenance of Residence Life and Housing and Auxiliary (non-housing) buildings using HVAC, plumbing, electrical, and general maintenance skills to ensure proper safety and completion of work performed. Position will provide good customer service to students, faculty, staff and external customers. This position supports campus sustainable principles and practices. Employee strives to improve operational performance by evaluating decisions using the sustainability u201clensu201d. As essential personnel, this position will be required to remove snow and ice when seasonal conditions require it and respond to other campus emergencies if needed / required. Job Duties: Routine and Requested Maintenance Inspects, analyzes, repairs and / or replaces, cleans, adjusts and calibrates kitchen equipment, electronic and refrigeration controls, equipment and components for HVAC systems. Schedules and performs routine / requested maintenance tasks meeting department objectives on various mechanical, related electrical equipment, DDC and pneumatic controls in heating and cooling systems, pumps, motors, belts, and filters with work orders within the WebTMA work request / work order system and the Residence Life and Housing work request / work order system. Enters, documents, prioritizes, and completes work orders in a timely manner. Work will comply with all applicable codes (IBC, IMC, etc.), University, department, state and federal regulations. Diagnoses breakdowns in equipment and devises a plan for correcting problems. Installs, repairs, replaces or rebuilds valves, pumps, water heaters, boilers, water distribution, drain, waste, vent, gas, compressed air and vacuum lines. Request parts for repair and replacement. Repairs and maintains condensate drain lines, traps and water valves for chillers, refrigerators and other HVAC equipment. Responds to emergency calls, making diagnosis, recommending corrective action and making repairs as determined. Conducts work in a safe manner. Monitor, operate, and maintains Direct Digital Controls (DDC) systems, pneumatic controls, centrifugal, reciprocating air conditioners, split coil air conditioners and reclaim refrigerants. Oversee implementation of and changes to the campus Building Automation System (BAS) and HVAC controls to optimize occupant comfort with energy consumption. Includes modifying control system software, developing reports, trends, etc.; monitoring building and equipment alarms and responding accordingly; coordinating and prioritizing tasks for BAS contractors including warranty items, preventative and corrective maintenance issues. Predictive and Preventive Maintenance Proactively inspects mechanical rooms, pipe chases, bathrooms, and other rooms equipped with mechanical and plumbing equipment and determines that heating, cooling, DDC, pneumatic, and plumbing systems are in proper working condition; also assesses areas for potential freeze hazards. Schedules and performs predictive / preventive maintenance tasks meeting department objectives on various kitchen equipment, refrigeration equipment and controls, mechanical, related electrical equipment, DDC and pneumatic controls in heating and cooling systems, pumps, motors, belts, and filters with PM work orders within the WebTMA work request / work order system. Enters, documents, prioritizes, and completes PM work orders in a timely manner. Works with Director Auxiliary Operations in identifying PM / RM controlled maintenance projects. Participates in monthly building maintenance assessments. This includes routine inspections of mechanical, refrigeration, kitchen and plumbing equipment. Monitors, inspects and replenishes water treatment in closed and open loop systems. Service / Project Support Puts together bids / estimates from various supply distributors and vendors for maintenance / repair projects. Recommends process improvements and / or equipment recommendations for more efficient operation. Assist the Director Auxiliary Operations with financial planning / decisions, invoice review / approval for payment, contractor work approval, etc. for related maintenance / repair projects. Schedule and coordinates most efficient and / or productive means of completing the task at hand. Provide support for small / large projects including reviewing drawings, specifications and control sequence of operations to ensure design meets applicable codes and University guidelines / standards. Coordinate outages related to projects, perform quality assurance inspections, attend project walk-throughs and assist with new system startup / commissioning as required. Effectively responds to and communicates with customeru2019s using the WebTMA work request / work order system, the Residence Life and Housing work request / work order system, phone, email and face-to-face methods. Professional Development Meet minimum of 16 hours of trade specific training annually. Essential Personnel Provide services that relate directly to the health, safety, and welfare of the campus, ensure continuity of key operations, and maintain and protect campus properties. Responds to emergencies on campus related to loss of power, fire, flooding, HVAC breakdowns or safety and security actions. Participates in seasonal snow removal and ice mitigation using hand and motorized devices. Drives trucks and other snow removal vehicles to meet service requirements as directed by Director Auxiliary Operations. Other Duties as Assigned Work of a similar nature to the other specific duties assigned. Candidates must understand, and comply with the following: Call Back Drug Free Workplace Driver's License Requirement Essential Services Designation Hazardous Chemicals Pre-Placement Physical Shift Work FLSA Status: For the purposes of FLSA, this position has been determined to be non-exempt from (eligible for) overtime under FLSA. Salary: $4193.00 monthly **MEMBERS ONLY**SIGN UP NOW***., Colorado Springs offers a full benefits package. Information on University benefits programs, including eligibility, is located at . **MEMBERS ONLY**SIGN UP NOW***. is committed to providing a safe and productive learning, living and working community. To assist in achieving this goal, we conduct background investigations for all prospective applicants being considered for employment. Background investigations include a criminal history record check, and when appropriate, a financial and/or motor vehicle history check. Qualifications Minimum Qualifications: 3 or more years' experience in an occupational field related to the work assigned to the position. (Appropriate education or successful completion of a formalized apprenticeship program will substitute for the required experience on a year-for-year basis.) Must be a resident of Colorado at time of application Preferred Qualifications: 5 or more years' progressively responsible HVAC maintenance experience preferably in a commercial setting such as a university or hospital. Possession of a current CFC Universal Certificate and a Mech IV License or acquire within one year of date of hire. 2 or more yearsu2019 work experience and knowledge in operating, troubleshooting, programming and repairing control systems. 2 or more yearsu2019 documented work experience in troubleshooting skills as it relates to HVAC systems, boilers, chillers, air handlers, and control systems. 2 or more yearsu2019 documented work experience and knowledge with reading and interpreting blueprints, wiring diagrams, and written instructions. 1 or more years' experience in an Essential Personnel role.