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BAS OPERATOR, SENIOR
Job Title: BAS OPERATOR, SENIOR
Job Code: 0510
Job Level: 10
Revised Date: 11/07/2022
Job Family: JF 22
Operate, monitor, and maintain the building automation systems (BAS) of Duke Hospital. Interact with various systems to maintain proper operation of physical, environmental, life safety, and security systems. Provide technical guidance and direction to subordinate personnel. Make system modifications as required.
Monitor and dispatch appropriate personnel to Fire Alarms, Building Equipment Alarms, Critical system alarms, and Life Safety alarms across Hospital, Clinic, Research and Ambulatory divisions using defined procedures.
Receive and dispatch HCIS Codes using overhead announcement system across Hospital and Clinic divisions using defined procedures.
Take calls on the Hospital Maintenance line and dispatch appropriate personnel to respond to issue described using work order management system. Work with Zone Mechanics, Core Shops, and Contractors to resolve system issues, including programming and manipulation of field device statuses.
Maintain Daily logs for work being done affecting Fire Alarms and Building Equipment across Hospital, Clinic, Research, and Ambulatory divisions. Maintain Daily logs for alarms handled dealing with critical system items.
Monitor and respond to device communication issues across BAS, Fire Alarm, Medical Gas, Emergency Power, and other critical infrastructure systems.
Perform standard diagnostic testing of monitoring systems. Modify BAS systems to increase efficiency as required. Troubleshoot, and program when necessary to resolve, issues in the BAS systems.
Provide technical guidance and training to other BAS personnel regarding control room work activities and procedures; assist in the preparation and maintenance of operational and procedure manuals.
Perform other related duties incidental to the work described herein.
The above statements describe the general nature and level of work performed by individuals assigned to this classification. This not an exhaustive list of all responsibilities and duties required of personnel so classified
Required Qualifications at this Level
Work requires communication and analytical skills normally acquired through a general high school education. BA/BS in computer sciences field preferred.
Work requires knowledge of computer controlled building management/automation systems normally acquired through 4 years of experience in building automation systems and computer operating systems.
Preferred experience in one, or any combination of, the following: Schneider Electric Struxureware/EcoStruxure. Johnson Controls Metasys, Edwards Systems Fire Alarm Software, BACnet, LON works, or Tridium Niagara.
OR AN EQUIVALENT COMBINATION OF RELEVANT EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE
1001 SUPERVISION 5526 APPLE MACINTOSH 5527 PC--IBM & COMPATIBLE 5528 SCIENTIFIC WORKSTATIONS 5535 UNIX 5536 PC DOS 5537 MICROSOFT WINDOWS 5538 OS/2 5539 NOVELL NETWARE 6001 WORK WITH BLUEPRINTS 6002 WORK WITH SCHEMATICS 6022 LOCAL AREA NETWORKS 6030 COMPUTER ROOM OPERATIONS
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