The primary purpose of this position is to perform as team member supporting the mission of the Life Safety-Access Control shop in the daily functions and responsibilities of this section which include but are not limited to: installations, modifications, maintenance, and inspections of Facilities Services building key control cabinets network and the UNC One Card access system, which includes integration with ADA automatic door openers, door alarms, biometric access readers, and building fire alarm systems. A good knowledge and staying current with industry standards, N.C Building Codes, NFPA standards, and ADA codes are critical to this position.
Performance of the Preventative Maintenance Inspections (PM's) and repairs on access control systems, biometrics readers, security alarms, CCTV and One Card must be in accordance with, but are not limited too: manufacture specifications, ADA standards and University policies. The specific system manufacture certification must also be individually obtained and maintained to perform installations, repairs or system modifications. Currently the section maintains on (CBORD) manufacture system certifications.
This position requires training in electronic technology and the ability to apply such in installation, troubleshooting and repair applications to the system and subsystem level. An in-depth knowledge of various computer operating systems and programs must be demonstrated in performing routine maintenance on all processor based system to achieve problem resolution. Utilization of laptop computers for system diagnostic interrogations and troubleshooting for extraction of required system histories must be a demonstrated skill.
This position must have an in-depth knowledge of applicable and evolving codes, rules and regulations to perform installations and upgrades of systems that are supported by this section. This position must also be knowledgeable enough to recommend potential system software and hardware that may be required, and perform training of the end users on the proper utilization and operation of the installed systems.
Education and Experience:
Associate’s degree in electronics; or equivalent combination of training and experience. All degrees must be received from appropriately accredited institutions.
Ability to troubleshoot non-standard electronic devices for which documentation is incomplete or not available. In-depth knowledge and experience in programming, servicing, and repairing card access system, security alarms and CCTV. In-depth knowledge, experience and application of various codes and standards, such as but not limited to: NC Department of Insurance requirements for access control systems and ADA requirements.
Provides focused support for Bio-Safety Level (BSL) 2+ and 3 labs. This requires a baseline blood draw, a physical and inoculations. Entry into hot labs with an Environment, Health & Safety escort will be required, which requires wearing respiratory protection, as well as annual medical certification, fit testing, and training. Other general safety and technical training will be provided. Rotational emergency call back duty directly supporting BSL 2+/3 is required. The person in this position will also provide oversight to other trades supporting these labs as well.
Serves as a mandatory employee and report to work in support of mandatory University operations, even when adverse weather or other emergency conditions require the University to close.
License locksmith. Graduation from a technical school or community college with a two-year degree in electronics and one year of experience in the repair and maintenance of a variety of electronic devices or an equivalent combination of education and experience.
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to age, color, disability, gender, gender expression, gender identity, genetic information, race, national origin, religion, sex, sexual orientation, or status as a protected veteran.
Internal Number: 150974
About The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Carolina rates among the nation’s great institutions of higher education, set on an historic and beautiful campus that celebrates all four seasons. Carolina’s students, faculty and staff come here from around the world, bringing varied cultural, racial and ethnic heritages that help make UNC-Chapel Hill a thriving intellectual center. We’re repeatedly ranked the nation’s best value in higher education for students seeking to earn a college degree – the University has garnered the top spot each time since the ranking’s launch in 1998.Whether you’ve just started your career, are new to academia or are a seasoned professional with assorted campus experiences to draw on, we hope you will find a great place at Carolina.