Building Automation System (BAS) Engineer (Vacancy Reference: 17/33)

Open To:
All Interested Candidates / All Sources

Position Title:
Building Automation System (BAS) Engineer

Reference:
17/33

Opening Date:
May 15, 2017

Closing Date:
Open until Filled

Work Hours:
Full-time, 40 hours/week

Salary:
£37,087 gross starting salary per annum, (consisting of: basic salary £32,297, London weighting £2,100 and bonus £2,690).

Benefits:
Performance Related Pay System
Pension Scheme
BUPA Membership
Employee Assistance Program
Season Ticket Loan
Generous Annual Leave & Sick Leave
Paid Public Holidays (U.K. & U.S.)

 

The Facility Management (FM) section, at the U.S. Embassy, London, is searching for a new team member to join them as their Building Automation System (BAS) Engineer for the New London Embassy (NLE).

Reporting directly to the Deputy Facilities Manager (D/FM), you will serve as the Mission’s dedicated technical authority in relation to all dimensions of the Building Automation System (BAS). As such, you will be responsible for the operation and maintenance of the BAS, its sensors, actuators, controllers and microprocessor-controlled components throughout the NLE and Controlled Access (CA) buildings and the industrial Combined Heat & Power (CHP) Plant.

Duties will include: providing definitive and authoritative technical guidance on the BAS to all levels of FM personnel who necessarily interface with the BAS in the course of their regular and recurring duties, and play a pivotal role in assuring that the day-to-day support services of Facilities Management at the NLE fully assimilate and integrate the operational demands of the BAS platform.

Interested? Then, apply now!

The following qualifications are also required. It is very important that you address each selection criterion detailed below with specific and comprehensive information supporting each item in your application and resume/CV. This will help you in our short listing process.

QUALIFICATIONS REQUIRED

Applicants must address each required qualification listed below with specific and comprehensive information supporting each item.  Failure to do so may result in a determination that the applicant is not qualified.

EDUCATION:
University degree in Engineering is required.

EXPERIENCE:
Experience in the operation and maintenance of a computer and microprocessor control system installation and programming (e.g. Building Automation System (BAS)) is required. The experience may have been gained as a result of performing general maintenance on computer controlled systems and equipment.

LANGUAGE:
Level IV verbal and written skills in English is required.

JOB KNOWLEDGE:
Knowledge, skills, and understanding of Building Automation Systems is required. Ability to make adjustments to the system and components to keep the building within the designed operating parameters is required. To be able to interpret sensor readings, equipment failures, and failure codes in order to diagnose and expedite repairs is required. 

SKILLS AND ABILITIES:
Strong computer skills to include proficiency on using AutoCAD, Microsoft Office Suite software (Word, Office, Excel, Outlook, and Power Point) is required. Ability to develop various reports and spreadsheets, cost estimates, inspection logs, utility consumption charts and graphs; write e-mails and research information on the internet is required. Ability to lift 25 kilos is required. A current full (manual) UK/EU/EEA driver’s license is required.

Interested candidates for this vacancy MUST submit the following for consideration of their application:

  • The London DS0174 Application Form – This is our preferred form of application, as it aims to focus the candidate on the essential criteria of an advertised vacancy.

OR

Please reference our instructions on how to complete the UAE/DS-0174 form.

You must ALSO include the following information in your application for employment:

  • Your current curriculum vitae/resume.
  • Evidence of your legal right to work in the U.K. such as a copy of your passport biographical page, work visa page and, or, birth certificate. Please do not send originals by mail. Copies are acceptable. Short-listed applicants will be asked to provide, prior to interview, original documentation in support of their legal right to work in the U.K.
  • Evidence of Appointment Eligible Family Member (AEFM) Preference (such as a copy of your sponsor’s orders), if applicable. Please do not send originals by mail. Copies are acceptable.

PLEASE NOTE: WHETHER YOU ARE AN INTERNAL OR EXTERNAL CANDIDATE, IF YOUR APPLICATION PACKAGE IS INCOMPLETE, YOU WILL NOT BE CONSIDERED FURTHER FOR A VACANCY.

Submitting your Application
As an environmentally aware employer, our preference is for you to submit your application by email to LNDRecruit@state.gov

Please ensure documents are in Microsoft Word and/or Adobe Acrobat. JPEG, TIFF or SkyDrive files will not be accepted and your application will be determined invalid.  Similarly, if your application exceeds 5MB, your application will be determined invalid.

Alternatively, your application can be mailed to:

Recruitment
The Human Resources & Development (HRD) Office
Embassy of the United States of America
24 Grosvenor Square
London
W1K 6AH