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HVAC/R Mechanic - United States  

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Posted on : 04 April 2017

Project Description

Job Description
  • Our company Facilities Services and Real Estate organization has an open position for an HVAC/R Mechanic.
  •  The position will located at the company  Chestnut Run Facility.
  • The HVAC/R Mechanic has primary responsibility for the proper operation of complex building heating, ventilating, and air conditioning equipment in a cost effective manner. Complex systems include using steam and chilled water systems or chillers to control the building conditions.
  •  Responsible for maintaining  repairing, conducting periodic visual checks and performing preventive and predictive maintenance on the building HVAC equipment. Have “hands-on” knowledge for pneumatic, electronic and Building Automated Systems (BAS) control systems. 
  • Troubleshoots, calibrates, tests, adjusts, balances (TAB) building HVAC operations and building energy management systems (as required). 
  • The HVAC/R mechanic is responsible for resolving customer complaints and concerns such as hot / cold calls regarding requests.  
  • Proactively interacts with customers to determine their needs and to encourage energy conservation. 
  •  Initiates work orders or requests engineering assistance as required. Participates in building design meetings and project closings. Maintains and publishes quality-related data to support (1) planning and scheduling, (2) continuous improvement initiatives, (3) use of alternative equipment, technologies and/or processes.

Job Qualifications
  •  High School Diploma or General Education Degree (GED). 
  •  Completed HVAC/R apprenticeship or have a minimum of 5-years’ experience in the HVAC/R field.  
  •  Demonstrated knowledge of Steam, Chilled Water HVAC systems and their associated equipment (Screw Chiller knowledge a plus).  
  •  Demonstrated ability to manage multiple tasks and respond to changing conditions.  
  •  Ability to read and interpret technical manuals and vendor literature.   
  •   Demonstrated basic computer skills and familiar with e-mail (Outlook), Microsoft Word and Excel.   
  •  Knowledge of computerized maintenance management systems . 
  •  Demonstrated ability to work as a self-managed individual, solve problems and make decisions.   
  •  Demonstrated ability to interact and communicate with diverse groups of people, such as line management, engineers and  maintenance and building occupants.   
  •   Demonstrated ability to work effectively in a team oriented environment.