High School Diploma or equivalent supplemented by specialized commercial heating, refrigeration, evaporative cooling, ventilation and air conditioning vocational or manufacturer training. 5 years of increasingly responsible heating, refrigeration, evaporative cooling, ventilation and air conditioning experience. Mecklenburg County HVAC Journeyman?s License or HVAC State License (H1, H2 or H3)
Operate, troubleshoot, and repair complex HVAC digital control/building automation systems. Repair and maintain low-pressure hot water systems, boilers, chillers, rooftops HVAC units, split HVAC units, gas & electric wall heaters, ventilation units and air conditioning units. Determine and schedule preventive maintenance schedule and perform preventive maintenance. Replace fans, belts, motors, gaskets, filters, and compressors, pumps; lubricate parts. Adjust and install switches, gauges, thermostats, valves, tubing transformers, pressure regulators, controllers, and other parts as needed. Descale tubing; cut and thread pipe; make pipe and electrical connections. Make electrical repairs related to air conditioning, heating and ventilation equipment. Determine requirements for parts, materials, supplies, tools and equipment; establish cost of repairs and equipment replacement; check and test new equipment. Operate specialized machinery, equipment and tools utilized in the repair and maintenance of heating, ventilation and air conditioning.
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