ALVIN, TX 77511 - US
This position works independently on assigned HVAC maintenance, repair and construction tasks as required. This position requires. EPA universal technician certification
SOME OF THE ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:
Performs regular assigned maintenance tasks that includes but is not limited to:
Replacement of equipment air and water filters and media pads in cooling and heating equipment
Replacement of V-Belts for fan assemblies
Cleaning of condenser coils, air handling equipment and associated duct work
Cleaning of condensate pans and drains
Maintenance of all power accessories for HVAC equipment including lubrication, adjustment and inspection of bearings, shafts and seals, etc.
Repair or replacement of the above systems if determined to be defective or to upgrade for better energy efficiency and comfort for building occupants.
Seasonal startup and shut down of central plant A/C equipment (chillers, cooling towers etc.)
Perform refrigeration system tune-ups for Heat Pumps, Split A/C systems and larger Air Handling equipment: Audit of cooling system operations, verification of system refrigerant charge levels, system pressures, air flow, temperatures and efficiency of cooling operations. Repair system leaks and re-charge as necessary.
Seasonal startup and shut down of Boilers and hot water generation equipment
Inspection and tune-up of gas fired furnaces and unit heaters including pilot assemblies, blowers and heat exchangers
Sequence testing of automatic HVAC control systems – sensor verification, valve and actuator operation and verification of programming sequence
Inspection and testing of equipment wiring, safeties and electrical contactors
Repair or replacement of the above systems if determined to be defective or to upgrade for better energy efficiency and comfort for building occupants
Identifies repairs and maintenance for customer’s equipment that could be proposed for sales of additional services to the customer to provide longer equipment life, better comfort or energy savings. Communicates these potential service opportunities to the Service Manager for proposal preparation by the appropriate party.
Ability to communicate effectively with coworkers and customers
Ability to communicate written documentation of all services performed
Able to meet deadlines and expected execution time for assigned tasks
Able to work effectively under pressure with multiple priorities and deadlines
Able to work independently on assigned workload
Able to maintain professional attitude with all customers both internal and external
Able to walk, climb stairs, ladders and lift 50 pounds
In-depth knowledge of facilities maintenance and HVAC systems maintenance tasks and processes
In-depth knowledge of electrical power fundamentals and troubleshooting as pertains to HVAC equipment.
High School Diploma
Excellent oral and written communication skills
High level of interpersonal and customer service skills
Completion of an approved HVAC technical training program or a similar 4 year technical program
5 + years of experience in HVAC service work at the Journeyman mechanic level
EPA Universal Technician Certification
NCCER Certification a plus
Must have TWIC and EPA Universal license.