2018-19 HVAC Technician

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To perform general maintenance and repair of heating and air-conditioning units throughout district.
  • Perform trouble shooting techniques for heating, ventilating and air conditioning systems (control systems, mechanical problem symptoms, power supply-interruptions, etc.)
  • Change filters, clean units, and perform preventative maintenance procedures (grease, clean, etc.)
  • Complete repairs as requested on work orders or by maintenance supervisor.
  • Commute to and from multiple facilities within the district as assigned using district owned vehicle.
  • Demonstrates regular and prompt attendance.
  • Perform other duties as assigned.
  • Practice safe procedures while working with electricity.

  • Associate degree or certificate of completion from an approved HVAC trade school.
  • Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Universal Reclamation and Recovery certification). TX air condition/refrigeration contractor license or technician certification preferred.
  • Two years experience in Commercial HVAC.
  • Valid Texas Class C Operator s Driver s License. Driving record must meet district standard for driving district vehicles.

  • Knowledge of HVAC and controls.
  • Skill in reading and interpreting blueprints and manuals and troubleshooting complex mechanical systems and recommend corrective actions.
  • Ability to read and understand written and verbal instructions; establish and maintain effective working relationships with
  • staff and the community; perform duties with awareness of all district requirements and policies and organize and prioritize work responsibilities.

Physical/Mental/Environmental Demands:
  • Ability to understand, remember and apply oral and/or written instructions of other information.
  • Must move about within building to perform maintenance work.
  • Frequently ascends/descends a ladder.
  • Constantly positions self to be able to reach items on ground or above head.
  • Frequently moves items weighing up to 90 pounds.
  • May be exposed to high or low outside temperatures.
  • Noise level in the work environment is usually moderate but will occasionally work in a loud area.
  • Work in hot, dry, and dusty conditions as well as possibly cold, wet, and damp areas.
  • Regularly works indoors; will occasionally work outdoors.
  • Will work near or with moving mechanical equipment.
  • Occasionally work with toxic or caustic chemicals such as petroleum products, degreasers, and sprays and non-household dust.

Equipment Used:
  • Hand tools (hammer, saws, wrenches, plier, etc.)
  • Frequent use ladders.
  • Vacuum pumps, micron gauge, refrigeration recovery machine, electronic scale, refrigeration gauges and other related equipment.

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