Install and maintain passenger elevators, equipment hoists, dumbwaiters; fire and intrusion alarms, signaling devices, detection equipment; emergency lights, signals, and notification devices; electrical circuits, switches, receptacles, motors, water pump controls and various other electrical devices. Perform daily inspection of elevators and fire detection systems. Read and follow wire and schematic diagrams. Coordinate work with schedules of building occupants, communication staff, equipment suppliers and trades foremen. Adhere to proper care of tools/equipment, and safety practices. Perform record keeping, inventory control, and materials requisitioning. Assist other trades staff including carpenters, electricians. HVAC and outside vendors.
Salary range is $35,364 to $42,445, commensurate with experience, plus comprehensive benefits including tuition waiver for self and dependents.
Four years' experience in the electrical trade, OR completion of an approved apprenticeship; OR any equivalent combination of experience and training
Ability to troubleshoot, service, repair, modify and replace fire alarm systems and components
Basic working knowledge or NFPA
Experience with wet, dry and pre-action systems
Basic PC proficiency.
Excellent oral, written, interpersonal communication skills.
Evidence of a commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion.
Valid driver's license.
Successful completion of three background checks.
Successful pre-employment physical and back screen
2-3 years field experience at testing, inspecting, and troubleshooting systems
Comprehensive knowledge of NFPA, NEC, and local applicable codes
Experience with Siemens panels
Ability to lift/pull/push up to 50 pounds without assistance.
Individuals must work both indoors and outdoors all year round
Work in conditions from 10°F in walk-in freezers to 110° on black roofs.
Work environment may be dry, wet, humid, noisy from other construction activities or operation of building equipment.
Will encounter presence of dust, odors, debris, chemicals, and other potentially hazardous materials.
Ability to work in cramped spaces and otherwise uncomfortable positions in the performance of assigned tasks.
Frequently work on or around energized circuits and equipment.
Must be able to wear Personal Protective Equipment when necessary, hard hats, respirators, eye protection, hearing protection, etc.
Special Instructions to Applicants:
This position is considered an essential employee. For a definition of an essential employee go to http://www.millersville.edu/about/administration/policies/pdf/human_resources/University%20Closing.pdf
Days Worked: Monday to Friday
Hours/Shift worked: 7 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Quicklink for Posting/Requisition: 8453
Internal Number: 8453
About Millersville University of Pennsylvania
Millersville University is a top-ranked university in the North, with more than 100programs, some of which are uniquely distinctive to the region and nation. We have a strong academic history guided by industry-leading professors. Our faculty members are recognized to be fiercely passionate about their students’ overall success. Our student body is rich in diversity and is known to be enthusiastically driven towards excellence while being socially conscious. Our beautiful 250-acre campus contains classic architecture, mixed with state-of-the-art, energy-saving structures and a historic pond with two resident swans. Access to extraordinary faculty, a historical campus setting and an extremely high job-placement rating are the reasons our alumni rate us as a smart life choice.