Controls Engineer Service

  • location: New York, NY
  • type: Temp to Perm
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Controls Engineer Service

job summary:
The Automation Controls Technician is responsible for installation start-up and commissioning of building HVAC automation and control systems. The technician may also respond to service requests as assigned by Service Management and is expected to maintain positive customer relationships.

DUTIES

  • Perform necessary point to point check-out, commissioning, diagnostic, and maintenance procedures on building automation systems, front-end workstations, servers, electric and pneumatic controls.
  • Troubleshoot and repair building automation system panels, including communications equipment, printed circuit boards, power supplies, electrical/electronic controls, sensors, and transducers.
  • Efficiently edit computer programs for building automation system points such as determining conversion patterns, defining point acronyms, and/or soliciting alarm specifications from operating personnel.
  • Implement energy conservation measures by utilizing and/or modifying the existing building automation system features i.e. mathematical computation and environmental controls.
  • Perform any assigned preventative maintenance, repair and emergency service calls.
  • Maintain project related documentation including but not limited to commissioning documentation, daily reports, as-builts and status reports.
  • Develop and maintain a cooperative working relationship with members of the company, clients, subcontractors and other contacts.
  • Assist in Junior technician evaluation and training.
QUALIFICATIONS

  • Minimum 3-5 years field experience in the HVAC controls industry including DDC Systems commissioning, software integration operation, calibration and experience with pneumatic controls.
  • Knowledge of Automated Logic commissioning tools and field circuit debugging skills a plus.
  • Understanding of the construction industry with emphasis in mechanical/electrical fields.
  • Ability to read and understand mechanical and electrical drawings.
  • Strong communication, organizational and documentation skills.
  • Competency in Microsoft Office, WebCTRL, AutoCad, various operating systems.
  • Proven track record of completing jobs on schedule, being self-motivated and achieving full customer satisfaction.
  • Willingness to travel.
 
location: New York, New York
job type: Contract
work hours: 9 to 5
education: No Degree Required
 
responsibilities:
The Automation Controls Technician is responsible for installation start-up and commissioning of building HVAC automation and control systems. The technician may also respond to service requests as assigned by Service Management and is expected to maintain positive customer relationships.

DUTIES

  • Perform necessary point to point check-out, commissioning, diagnostic, and maintenance procedures on building automation systems, front-end workstations, servers, electric and pneumatic controls.
  • Troubleshoot and repair building automation system panels, including communications equipment, printed circuit boards, power supplies, electrical/electronic controls, sensors, and transducers.
  • Efficiently edit computer programs for building automation system points such as determining conversion patterns, defining point acronyms, and/or soliciting alarm specifications from operating personnel.
  • Implement energy conservation measures by utilizing and/or modifying the existing building automation system features i.e. mathematical computation and environmental controls.
  • Perform any assigned preventative maintenance, repair and emergency service calls.
  • Maintain project related documentation including but not limited to commissioning documentation, daily reports, as-builts and status reports.
  • Develop and maintain a cooperative working relationship with members of the company, clients, subcontractors and other contacts.
  • Assist in Junior technician evaluation and training.
QUALIFICATIONS

  • Minimum 3-5 years field experience in the HVAC controls industry including DDC Systems commissioning, software integration operation, calibration and experience with pneumatic controls.
  • Knowledge of Automated Logic commissioning tools and field circuit debugging skills a plus.
  • Understanding of the construction industry with emphasis in mechanical/electrical fields.
  • Ability to read and understand mechanical and electrical drawings.
  • Strong communication, organizational and documentation skills.
  • Competency in Microsoft Office, WebCTRL, AutoCad, various operating systems.
  • Proven track record of completing jobs on schedule, being self-motivated and achieving full customer satisfaction.
  • Willingness to travel.
 
qualifications:
The Automation Controls Technician is responsible for installation start-up and commissioning of building HVAC automation and control systems. The technician may also respond to service requests as assigned by Service Management and is expected to maintain positive customer relationships.

DUTIES

  • Perform necessary point to point check-out, commissioning, diagnostic, and maintenance procedures on building automation systems, front-end workstations, servers, electric and pneumatic controls.
  • Troubleshoot and repair building automation system panels, including communications equipment, printed circuit boards, power supplies, electrical/electronic controls, sensors, and transducers.
  • Efficiently edit computer programs for building automation system points such as determining conversion patterns, defining point acronyms, and/or soliciting alarm specifications from operating personnel.
  • Implement energy conservation measures by utilizing and/or modifying the existing building automation system features i.e. mathematical computation and environmental controls.
  • Perform any assigned preventative maintenance, repair and emergency service calls.
  • Maintain project related documentation including but not limited to commissioning documentation, daily reports, as-builts and status reports.
  • Develop and maintain a cooperative working relationship with members of the company, clients, subcontractors and other contacts.
  • Assist in Junior technician evaluation and training.
QUALIFICATIONS

  • Minimum 3-5 years field experience in the HVAC controls industry including DDC Systems commissioning, software integration operation, calibration and experience with pneumatic controls.
  • Knowledge of Automated Logic commissioning tools and field circuit debugging skills a plus.
  • Understanding of the construction industry with emphasis in mechanical/electrical fields.
  • Ability to read and understand mechanical and electrical drawings.
  • Strong communication, organizational and documentation skills.
  • Competency in Microsoft Office, WebCTRL, AutoCad, various operating systems.
  • Proven track record of completing jobs on schedule, being self-motivated and achieving full customer satisfaction.
  • Willingness to travel.
 
skills: The Automation Controls Technician is responsible for installation start-up and commissioning of building HVAC automation and control systems. The technician may also respond to service requests as assigned by Service Management and is expected to maintain positive customer relationships.

DUTIES

  • Perform necessary point to point check-out, commissioning, diagnostic, and maintenance procedures on building automation systems, front-end workstations, servers, electric and pneumatic controls.
  • Troubleshoot and repair building automation system panels, including communications equipment, printed circuit boards, power supplies, electrical/electronic controls, sensors, and transducers.
  • Efficiently edit computer programs for building automation system points such as determining conversion patterns, defining point acronyms, and/or soliciting alarm specifications from operating personnel.
  • Implement energy conservation measures by utilizing and/or modifying the existing building automation system features i.e. mathematical computation and environmental controls.
  • Perform any assigned preventative maintenance, repair and emergency service calls.
  • Maintain project related documentation including but not limited to commissioning documentation, daily reports, as-builts and status reports.
  • Develop and maintain a cooperative working relationship with members of the company, clients, subcontractors and other contacts.
  • Assist in Junior technician evaluation and training.
QUALIFICATIONS

  • Minimum 3-5 years field experience in the HVAC controls industry including DDC Systems commissioning, software integration operation, calibration and experience with pneumatic controls.
  • Knowledge of Automated Logic commissioning tools and field circuit debugging skills a plus.
  • Understanding of the construction industry with emphasis in mechanical/electrical fields.
  • Ability to read and understand mechanical and electrical drawings.
  • Strong communication, organizational and documentation skills.
  • Competency in Microsoft Office, WebCTRL, AutoCad, various operating systems.
  • Proven track record of completing jobs on schedule, being self-motivated and achieving full customer satisfaction.
  • Willingness to travel.

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