Posted on: June 14, 2019
Job Summary: Maintains, repairs, installs, inspects, and adjusts
commercial and industrial HVAC systems. Supervises and directs the
activities of other workers associated with HVAC system operation,
repair, installation, etc. Also estimates, lays out, and schedules
jobs. Essential Duties and Responsibilities: Ability to read and
understand system blueprints, specifications, and performance data
to determine configuration and purpose of system components such as
compressors, motors, pumps, fans, switches, controls, ducts, or
pipes, Starts systems, observes operation, read gauges and
instruments, and adjusts mechanisms such as actuators, valves,
controls, and pumps to control system operation. Opens valves on
equipment such as compressors, pumps, and condensers to prepare
system for operation and starts equipment and auxiliary machinery.
Screws, bolts, rivets, welds, and brazes parts to assemble
structural and functional components such as motors, controls,
switches, gauges, wiring harnesses, valves, pumps, compressors,
condensers, cores, and pipes. Discuss system malfunctions with
users to isolate problems. Installs wiring to connect components to
electric power source. Lubricates fans, motors, and control units.
Replaces defective/worn parts. Cuts, threads, gas welds, connects
pipe to functional HVAC component systems. Performs preventative
maintenance tasking on all HVAC equipment. Dismantles
malfunctioning systems and tests components. Attends classes and
seminars on air conditioning components and system design to update
skills. Qualifications: Education - Graduate of a certified
technical school; and 10 or more years related experience and
training; or equivalent combination of education and experience.
Business Experience - Minimum 10 years of experience in
facility/plant engineering and maintenance supervision.
Licenses/Certifications: Must possess a valid driver's license Fork
Truck and Aerial Lift Certification Universal Recovery
Certification Refrigerant Transition and Recovery Certification
Type I and Type II Type I - Small Appliances Type II - High
Pressure and very High Pressure Appliances Type III - Low Pressure
Appliances Universal - Type I, II and III Language Skills - Ability
to read and interpret documents such as safety rules, operating and
maintenance instructions, and procedure manuals. Ability to write
routine reports and correspondence. Ability to speak effectively
before groups of customers or associates of the organization.
Keywords: EMCOR, Sheboygan , HVAC Technician, Professions , Sheboygan, Wisconsin
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