Master HVACR Technician
Job Type
Full-time
Description

 Position Summary


Leads trouble-shooting and repair efforts on residential and commercial grade geothermal water source heating, ventilating, air conditioning, and refrigeration (HVACR) systems and multi-zone systems that incorporate pneumatic, electronic, and/or programmable logic controls. Creates drawings or plans for HVAC modifications, and leads the installation of components that require controls programming and linkage to the building automation system (BAS).


Essential Job Duties

  • Leads lower level HVACR technicians in troubleshooting, diagnosis, and repair of residential and commercial air conditioning and multi-zone heating and cooling systems that incorporate pneumatic, digital, and building automation system (BAS).
  • Develops heating, ventilating, air conditioning, and refrigeration (HVACR) system modification plans and estimates jobs for remodel activities.
  • Creates preventive maintenance checklists for all related equipment.
  • Interprets as-built building blueprints and recommends system modifications for remodel projects in accordance with applicable regulations.
  • Researches and selects materials for HVACR systems installation, repair, and maintenance.
  • Ensures proper care in the use and maintenance of equipment and supplies; promotes continuous improvement of workplace safety and environmental practices.
  • Performs miscellaneous job-related duties as assigned.

All other duties as assigned by the Maintenance Supervisor (10%)

Requirements

Minimum Qualifications

  • High school diploma or GED; at least 5 years of master-level trade experience directly related to the duties and responsibilities specified. 
  • Possession of a current NJ EPA Section 608 Refrigerant Certification.
  • Thorough knowledge of commercial grade geothermal water source heat pumps.

Preferred Qualifications


  • Strong knowledge of HVACR installation, troubleshooting, repair and maintenance.
  • Ability to prepare engineering documents, specifications and cost estimates for projects.
  • Skill in the use of computers, preferably in a PC, Windows-based operating environment.
  • Ability to use hand and power tools applicable to trade.
  • Ability to lead and train staff and/or students.
  • Ability to develop heating, ventilating, and air conditioning system modification plans.
  • Ability to read, understand, follow, and enforce safety procedures.
  • Ability to read schematics and blueprints and/or technical manuals.
  • Documents and tracks preventive maintenance activities.
  • Knowledge of mechanical systems, building materials, and emergency maintenance.
  • Detailed knowledge of HVAC systems that incorporate digital control systems and are linked to a multi-building, computer-based building automation system (BAS).

Supervisory Responsibilities


None


Working Conditions


  • Work involves almost constant exposure to unusual elements, such as extreme temperatures, chemicals, dirt, dust, fumes, smoke, and/or loud noises.
  • Considerable physical activity. Requires heavy physical work; heavy lifting, pushing, or pulling required of objects up to 50 pounds. Physical work is a primary part (more than 70%) of job.
  • Work environment involves exposure to potentially dangerous materials and situations that require following extensive safety precautions and may include the use of protective equipment.

The Institute for Advanced Study retains the right to change or assign other duties to this position at any time.


To perform this role successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential job duty satisfactorily. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable qualified individuals with disabilities to perform essential job functions.


We offer a competitive salary and benefits package. For consideration please apply with a cover letter and resume using this link:


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