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University Of Denver HVAC Technician, Auxiliary Facilities Or Ritchie Center in Denver, Colorado

The Department of Facilities Management supports the mission of the Universityof Denver's physical resources in order to provide a healthy and safeeducational environment for campus community through services of thedepartments of Capital Projects and Planning, Facilities Management,Parking and Mobility Services, Auxiliaries and Real Estate, and Businessand OperatioEssential FunctionsPerforms daily rounds to check equipment in various mechanical roomsthroughout campus to include, but not limited to:Checks and maintains alignment of motors with pumps, compressors and V-beltdrive equipment.Checks and maintains operation of electric controls and starters.Logs equipment temperatures, pressures and amperage draw.Monitors all water columns, gauges, meters, thermometers and otherindicating equipment, and 5) performs chemical analysis and adds chemicalsto equipment as needed.Diagnoses repair needs on all heating and cooling equipment and performs fullcorrective actions.Performs seasonal changeover of heating and cooling systems as well asseasonal shutdown and start-up of various systems.Cleans waterside equipment, cooling towers, condenser tubes and pumpstrainers.Able to operate steam and hot water boilers, auxiliary equipment,transmission and distrib ution systems.Reads and sketches control diagrams and schematics.Works with high temperature solders, brazing methods, oxyacetylene andelectric arc welding.Keeps records and prepares analytical reports.Completes work orders distributed by the foremen on a daily basis and trackstime and material for each work order.Regulates and adjusts operating controls.Responds to call outs for all shops and takes appropriate action.Employee responds to situations requiring immediate attention.This position will be part of an on-call rotation.Daily priorities are established by the employee.This position will service Auxiliary Facilities or the Ritchie Center.Knowledge, Skills, and AbilitiesMust have adequate computer skills to monitor building automation system andto respond to alarms generated by the software.Must be able to read and interpret construction drawings and specificationsand must be able to effectively communicate with supervisor, co-workers andother staff and faculty within the community detailed procedures.Expert skills:Competency in electrical fields/functions.Ability to read and understand service manuals technical specifications,control diagrams, schematics and blueprints.Must be knowledgeable of related OSHA and EPA regulations and able to takeappropriate safety precautions.Demonstrated ability to troubleshoot control circuits with and without printedschematics, using a multi- meter.Required QualificationsHigh School diploma or G.E.D.Journeyman skill level and minimum of five years experience in HVAC fieldEPA Universal Refrigeration CertificateMust possess a valid Colorado Drivers License and be insurable underUniversity guidelines.Must be knowledgeable of related OSHA and EPA regulations and be able toeffectively communicate regulations to others.Pass a pre-employment physical exam, and lift 100 lbs.Preferred QualificationsStationary Engineer Certificate or Boiler Operators Class A or B licenseSupervisorSteamfitter Journeyman License or Heating and Ventilation Journeyman, ClassA or B Supervisor License orRefrigeration Journeyman, Class A or B Supervisor LicenseWork ScheduleVariesApplication DeadlineFor best consideration, please submit your application materials by 4:00p.m. (MST) onMarch 25,2021.Special InstructionsCandidates must apply online through jobs.du.edu to be considered. Onlyapplications submitted online will be accepted.Salary Grade NumberThe salary grade for the position is 10.Hourly RangeThe hourly rate for this position is $29.16.The University of Denver has provided a compensation range that represents itsgood faith estimate of what the University may pay for the position at thetime of posting. The University may ultimately pay more or less than theposted compensatio

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