Black Hawk College Console Monitor in Moline, Illinois
Quad Cities Campus - Moline, IL
1/27/2021 11:59 PM Central
General Information & Responsibilities
REPORTS TO: Facilities Superintendent
TYPE OF SUPERVISION GIVEN TO OTHERS:
GENERAL RESPONSIBILITIES: The Console Monitor assumes shift responsibilities for the Johnson Control Metasys System at the Quad-Cities Campus and audits in the Console to ensure maximum service to all areas of the campus.
Description of Duties
DESCRIPTION OF ESSENTIAL DUTIES:
Responsible for the Johnson Control Metasys system, including CPU-401 Basic Head-end, Annunciator Command Terminal and printer. Maintains knowledge and familiarity with primary processing, communications/transmission, field processing, systems manual, and DSP-401 operator's manual.
Responsible for reviewing trouble calls through shift and responding to same, plus logging and reviewing of hourly readings.
Extract information from the system or command a point within the system to perform its logical function.
Responsible for attending an operator's school to learn programming of the system and other pertinent data which will be necessary to operate the Johnson Control Metasys, and be able to interpolate data into meaningful assignments for the system.
Responsible for keeping a close visual watch on the above mentioned areas, and the equipment therein is to be observed on each shift and repairs made as needed.
Responsible for keeping log books up-to-date and current with all messages noted as instructed.
Responsible for working first, second, or third shift as needed with shift differential as provided.
Responsible for following all federal, state, local, and departmental safety regulations.
Attends required trainings as needed.
DESCRIPTION OF OTHER DUTIES:
Responsible for providing back-up, night-time and weekend telephone answering service to the College; disseminates messages as appropriate.
Responsible for keeping control area and the boiler room, including equipment, pipe fittings, air shafts, return air housings, electrical room, etc., clean.
Performs repairs of equipment as the need arises.
Performs painting duties as required.
Performs other job-related duties as assigned.
Demonstrates BHC core values.
Accuracy, efficiency, and timeliness of work.
Ability to work cooperatively with others.
Ability to communicate in pleasant manner others.
PRINCIPAL WORKING RELATIONSHIPS:
Works directly with the Facilities Superintendent.
Works cooperatively with other Console and HVAC staff.
Works cooperatively with the College Police to provide maximum communication and safety to all personnel on campus.
Works cooperatively with custodial staff to ensure safety and security of entire plant.
Education & Experience
(To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required.)
High school diploma or recognized equivalent required.
Mechanical background, aptitude, or interest required.
Must be in good physical health.
Must be completely dependable and past work record must indicate reliability and dependability.
Must be able to react calmly in case of an emergency.
Basic computer skills with ability to learn control system required.
The above statements reflect the general details necessary to describe the principle functions of the described job; it is not an all-encompassing statement of all the work requirements that may be necessary to perform the job.
Primary work hours will include weekends and holidays with possible varying hours. 20 - 27 hours per week.
BHC provides 6 credit hours of tuition waiver to part-time UAW employees each semester. The college also provides paid holidays, paid sick leave and paid personal time.
Applications accepted online through the Black Hawk College website or through www.governmentjobs.com.
Candidates are encouraged to provide their work history in the employment application. We encourage you to submit a resume with your application.
Candidates needing assistance with the online application process should refer to the online help guide available at www.bhc.edu/employment.
Black Hawk College does not sponsor employment visas.
While you contribute your talent and enthusiasm to BHC, as an eligible employee you will have access to outstanding health benefits, ample time off, a pension plan, educational opportunities, and much more. In this section, you will find an overview of our comprehensive and generous benefit programs. Be sure to check out the Compensation section as well.
Core Benefits for Regular, Part-Time Staff Employees (Employed 20 or more hours per week)
Employee Assistance Program
Flexible Spending Account / Dependent Care Account
Free use of fitness center
Retirement Pension Plans
State University Retirement System of Illinois (SURS): Employees working in a regular and continuous position or one in which services are expected to be rendered on a continuous basis for at least four months or one academic term, whichever is less, may be eligible to enroll in SURS. To learn more about SURS, visit www.SURS.org.
Optional 403b Tax-Deferred Investment Program: Employees may set up a 403b plan through Edward Jones Investments / Mass Mutual.
Do you have a High school diploma or recognized equivalent?
Do you have a mechanical background, aptitude, or interest?
Do you have basic computer skills with ability to learn control system?
Black Hawk College
6600 34th Ave
Moline, Illinois, 61265