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UWMC Maintenance has an outstanding opportunity for a full time day shift NURSE CALL TECH (CONTROL TECHNICIAN). Individuals in this role will perform skilled work in the inspection, testing, servicing, installation, and maintenance of mechanical, pneumatic, electronic, electrical, and computer controls for heating, air-conditioning, and related equipment. Work requires skills in electronic, pneumatic and mechanical control systems, and the ability to work independently with little supervision.
Job Duties & Performance Standards
Work involves installation, modification, trouble diagnosis, testing, repair, calibration and operation of a variety of mechanical, electrical, and electronic equipment and apparatus used in nurse call, critical alarm, and access control systems;
Lay out and install mechanical, electrical, and electronic sensors, activators, switches, alarms, lights, and interfaces for nurse call systems on 24/7 clinical care hospital units;
Install, configure, program, and repair badge readers, actuators, controls, sensors, and related equipment associated with building-wide access control system;
Schedule and coordinate upgrades, repairs, and reconfigurations with vendors, contractors, and customers on nurse call, critical alarm, and access control systems;
Collaborate with project teams, system designers, installers, and customers on new installations associated with construction projects;
May trouble-shoot, repair, configure, operate, and support fire alarm, HVAC, and other similar as assigned;
Order and stock patient stations, badge readers, alarm indicators, controllers, door strikes, circuit boards, and other related parts for repair and installation of systems;
Perform related duties as required.
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