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Idaho State University

921 South 8th Ave Stop 8107
Pocatello, ID
83209

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Mechanical Systems Supervisor

Idaho State University

Open for Recruitment: June 14, 2017 - July 9, 2017
Announcement # 06610005061
Salary Range: $16.51/hr -Plus Competitive Benefits!

Location(s): Pocatello

Facilities Services

A successful candidate will/Responsibilities will include:

·         This position manages the preventative and predictive maintenance that is necessary for the HVAC systems to remain in working order, as well as, ensuring policies, codes and procedures are implemented by all staff, students and PT employees to provide a safe and dependable operation of the University HVAC systems

·         Insures staff coverage for shifts plans and implementing changes; Supervises and maintains employee’s time, inspects work scheduled and accomplished by staff and contract personnel, insures work meets production and safety standards

·         Interviews, and hires staff, orients, trains and evaluates performance; oversees employee’s time, attendance and personnel records, supervises personnel assigned to the operation, maintenance and repair of HVAC and mechanical systems

·         Implements and oversees HVAC equipment tests and adjusts component parts, pneumatic control systems and all related HVAC equipment including, chillers, air conditioners and heating systems

·         Insures the safe operation, maintenance and repair of HVAC equipment, checks fans, valving and piping, gauges, steam traps, sight glasses and indication lights;  Tests and adjusts component parts, pneumatic control systems, circulations pumps, electronic air cleaners, air filters, regular furnaces, water heaters, piping and thermostats

·         Insures proper operation of feed and return water pumps, sump and chemical pumps, waters softeners, chillers, and electrical systems

·         Operates and maintains heating and cooling equipment such as RTU’s, chillers, and air conditioners; Records balancing and flow data and makes adjustments

·         Monitors computer programs and operates changes functions and systems for computerized energy management equipment

·         Water treatment:  mixes chemicals, tests water condition for dissolved solids, P, M, and O, alkalinity, sulfite and pH levels in cooling systems

·         Maintains chemical test equipment including pH meters, conductivity meters, fans, pumps, and related devices. Oversees the analysis of water treatment for chill water and heating systems

·         Implements preventive maintenance programs for motors, steam condensate return traps pumps, controls compressors, auxiliary heating and cooling systems and related devices

·         Descales and repairs steam traps and expansion joints

·         Cleans, lubricates and adjust valves

·         Inspects pump controls and fans

·         Estimates future needs and cost of repairs and maintenance of HVAC equipment, insures adequate coverage for shifts and special events, plans and implements changed and procedure to conserved energy and utility costs

·         Reviews drawings for projects, completes paperwork for master logs, monitors maintenance contract compliance, assists with preparing specifications for vendors

·         Maintains required paperwork and cooling systems records to insure compliance with EPA refrigerant regulations

·         Responds to emergency call backs

PRINCIPAL ACCOUNTABILITIES

1. Supervisory. Typical responsibilities: interviews and hires staff and evaluates performance; supervises personnel assigned to the operation, maintenance, and repair of HVAC and mechanical systems; inspects work scheduled and accomplished by staff and contract personnel; insures work meets production and safety standards; maintains time, attendance, and related personnel records; orients and trains staff in the use and operation of HVAC and related pneumatic and energy systems; estimates future needs and cost of repairs and maintenance of HVAC equipment; insures adequate staff coverage for shifts and special events; plans and implements changes and procedures to conserve energy and utility costs; prepares drawings for projects; completes paperwork for master logs; formulates and monitors maintenance contracts; prepares specifications for vendors.

2. HVAC operation/maintenance. Typical responsibilities: insures the safe operation, maintenance, and repair of HVAC equipment; tests and adjusts component parts, pneumatic control systems, circulation pumps, electronic air cleaners, air filters, regular furnaces, water heaters, piping, and thermostats; operates heating and cooling equipment such as boilers, chillers, air conditioners, and cooling towers; records balancing and flow data and makes adjustments; writes computer programs and operates/changes functions and systems for computerized energy management equipment; responds to emergency call backs.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

Good knowledge of: reports required and recordkeeping for HVAC control systems; computerized HVAC control and fire alarm systems; steam distribution systems; energy conservation techniques.

Some knowledge of: supervisory practices.

Experience: operating, maintaining, diagnosing problems and repairing HVAC systems including boilers, air conditioners, chillers, and electric, electronic, and pneumatic heating and cooling controls; firing boilers; performing electrical repair on HVAC motors, pumps, and related systems; preparing specifications for HVAC contracted jobs; estimating time and material of HVAC work; reading blueprints and specifications for HVAC, electrical, and plumbing installations.

*SPECIALTY REQUIREMENT* This position requires the ability to demonstrate successful completion of both a physical exam, including cardiopulmonary function testing and chest x-ray, and a respirator fit test.

ISU PUBLIC SAFETY JEANNE CLERY ANNUAL SECURITY AND FIRE SAFETY REPORT
Idaho State University's Jeanne Clery report, federally required reporting, provides crime, arrest and fire statistics for the previous three years that occurred on campus, in certain off-campus buildings owned or controlled by Idaho State University; and on public property within, or immediately adjacent to and accessible from the campus. The report also includes institutional policies concerning campus security, such as policies about alcohol and drug use, crime prevention, the reporting of crimes, sexual assault, personal practices, disciplinary procedures, fire safety and other matters. This report can be accessed on the following website: ISU Clery Report

 

 

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OVERTIME NOTICE:
At the discretion of the appointing authority, compensatory time off may be provided in lieu of overtime cash compensation.

Hiring is done without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, sex, age or disability. In addition, preference may be given to veterans who qualify under state and federal laws and regulations. If you need special accommodations to satisfy testing requirements, please contact the Division of Human Resources.