Position remains posted on this Employment Page until filled or closed.
FT/Full Benefits Package
The Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC) Technician performs skilled technical work in the installation, operation, maintenance, modification, service and repair of heating, ventilation, air conditioning and refrigeration systems ranging from a half ton to one-thousand tons capacity. Most work is performed on single unit systems.
Ensures that HVAC systems provide an appropriate living and working environment for the campus by troubleshooting and repairing control devices and wiring within the HVAC primary system, and maintaining, repairing, modifying secondary refrigerant systems including pumps, valves, cooling, air moving equipment and local temperature/pressure controls.
EDUCATION, WORK EXPERIENCE AND REQUIREMENTS:
1. High School diploma or equivalent.
2. HVAC EPA Approved Section 609 Certified required.
3. At least 3 years of progressively responsible experience in the repair, maintenance, installation and modification of commercial and industrial heating, ventilation and air conditioning systems is required. Work experience must include a thorough knowledge of high and low pressure HVAC systems. Experience with building automation control systems is preferred
4. The ability to interpret wiring diagrams and blueprints is required. The ability to use test equipment and small hand and power tools, such as drills, oxygen-acetylene torches, volt-ohmmeters, circuit testers, and manifold gauges, is required.
5. Computer literacy is required.
6. Valid Florida Driver’s License.
1. Must be able to lift and transport materials and equipment weighing up to 50 pounds on a frequent basis and up to 100 pounds on an occasional basis; prolonged standing and frequent bending, stooping, and reaching on a daily basis; and working in confined spaces.
2. A full range of physical motion is required in order to operate manual and electrically-powered tools and test equipment, to move throughout campus, including climbing stairs in all campus buildings, and to work at heights.
1. Work environment characteristics described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform essential functions.
2. The work area involves moderate discomfort and/or risk such as operating heavy machinery or dangerous equipment, or frequent exposure to hazardous materials.
3. The work area may be subject to environmental discomfort such as poor ventilation, loud noises, and/or extremes of heat or cold.
4. The work often requires wearing protective gear that may be uncomfortable.
5. Position is subject to changes in schedules as needed by management. Examples include, but are not limited to, seasonal shifts and area reassignment.