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Electronic Technician

Posted on May 18, 2019 by UA HOUSING & RESIDENTIAL LIFE

Tucson, AZ 85726
Professional/Technical Services
3 May 2019
Annual Salary
Electronic Technician Housing & Residential Life (Housing), a self-funded auxiliary housed in the Student Affairs division of the University of Arizona, operates 23 dorms and a graduate apartment complex that house over 7,000 students annually on the University of Arizona Main Campus.
Our Mission: Helping Students Build a Foundation for Success
Our Core Values:
Excellence -Excellence is performing at an extraordinary level and exceeding expectationsRespect - Respect is treating others courteously and professionally in all situations; valuing and honoring diversity in others; being honest, direct, and courteous in all communications and loyal to all, including those not presentIntegrity - Integrity is doing the right thing, being honest with oneself and others, being authentic, and being transparent in intentCaring - Caring is being welcoming, kind, compassionate, and willing to help others; showing concern for a person's needs; listening more and talking less Housing & Residential Life supports the UA's diversity and inclusiveness strategic initiatives designed to create an inclusive environment for all faculty, staff, and students. The candidate is expected to support diversity and inclusiveness efforts in the department and the university. JOB SUMMARY:
The Electronic Technician, reporting to the Access Control Manager, is responsible for repairing, installing and servicing all electronic and computer/network based access control programs and equipment utilized by Housing & Residential Life. In addition, the person provides administrative work, troubleshooting and daily programming duties for the Housing Access Control Services program (DSX). This position may be required to assist Locksmiths in electronic or mechanical locking systems repairs and maintenance as directed by supervisor. Position requires driving University vehicles and/or golf carts. Outstanding UA benefits include health, dental, and vision insurance plans; life insurance and disability programs; paid vacation, sick leave, and holidays; UA/ASU/NAU tuition reduction for the employee and qualified family members; state retirement plan; access to UA recreation and cultural activities; and more! Duties & Responsibilities: Installs, repairs and makes modifications on a variety of access control systems, card readers, panic alarm devices, door alarms, electric and mechanical locks and other supportive devicesRepairs and maintains electronic aspect of all ADA auto openers, to include troubleshooting and programming of transmitters and receiversMaintains repairs and installs as needed all surveillance camera systems utilized within Housing & Residential Life buildingsProvide training for Housing staff on usage and procedures of surveillance camera system in a formal setting as neededFabricates and installs electronic assemblies from schematics, blueprints, diagrams and rough drawingsTroubleshoots electronic instruments, assemblies and systemsTests and evaluates assembly and system performance and reliabilityAssists in the design and implementation of a preventative maintenance programPrepares requisitions for supplies, and assists in identifying potential vendorsPrepares labor and material estimatesAct as liaison for all staff and residents having technical issues with their card access into their assigned buildingsAssists in the development, planning and management of an access control programConducts all administrative data programming for daily operations within access control programEvaluates design, requirements and implementation of all access control levels required within programUtilizes access control program for program troubleshooting, and conducts data changes as neededMaintains and modifies electronic equipment according to engineering specifications to meet technical requirements; measures parts for conformity with specificationsInventories and requisitions electronic parts and materials, ensuring adequate supply is availableAssists in preparation of plans and specifications for work requirements; provides direction to outside contractors and ensures that construction and repair works are completed; prepares status of work and completed reportsMay be on-call to respond to Housing emergencies related to access control or electronic hardware issuesPerforms related duties as assigned or required to meet Housing and University goals and objectives Knowledge, Skills, & Abilities: A basic knowledge of ADA and Fire/Life safety codes as they apply to door hardware and electronic access control systemsIn-depth knowledge and experience with electronic access control systemsKnowledge in basic computer related programs (Windows, Excel, and Access) Minimum Qualifications: Valid Driver's License and ability to drive according to the University Fleet Safety Policy SUPPLEMENTAL REQUIREMENTS:
Housing & Residential Life is a security sensitive department and this position requires a finger-print criminal background check Motor Vehicle Division check Arizona Board of Regents Minimum Qualifications: Bachelor's degree in Electronic Engineering Technology (BSEET); OR, completion of a two year electronic technician vocational or college program AND two years of experience in the repair, fabrication and installation of electronic equipment; OR, four years of experience in the repair, fabrication and installation of electronic equipment; OR, any equivalent combination of experience, training and/or education. Preferred Qualifications: Experience with Inventory control and procurement Ordering material from various vendors in an organized way, to maintain minimum established materials/parts on hand Posted Rate of Pay: $14.42 - $15.38 per hour Category: Installation & Maintenance , Keywords: Electronics Technician

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