The Bergaila Companies

HVAC Mechanic (Night Shift) - 19659

Posted Date 6 days ago(8/3/2022 3:34 PM)
Job ID
2022-8849
Location : City
Atlanta
Location : State/Province
GA

Overview

We are seeking an HVAC Mechanic for assignment in Atlanta, Georgia. The selected candidate will operate HVAC systems, troubleshooting and performing repairs.

 

Hours are Monday - Friday, 10:00pm - 6:00am

 

** This is a Night Shift position **

Responsibilities

- Operates standard HVAC testing equipment and uses HVAC tool applicable to repair and maintain HVAC systems

- Monitors asset condition, schedules routine inspections, and performs maintenance and minor repairs using knowledge of 4-pipe AHUs, VAV and fan coil boxes, pneumatic and DDC controls and their components

- Attends daily safety trainings and follow all safety directives

- Completes work order data entry in a computerized maintenance management system (CMMS) to include describing work tasks and labor hours completed, as well as correctly identifying HVAC and equipment assets and asset locations

- Manages time and prioritizes work orders to ensure that client needs and expectations are met

- Performs quality repairs that extend the life of the facility

Qualifications

- High School Diploma or GED

- A valid Driver's License

- 3+ years’ experience maintaining and operating HVAC and other equipment in an industrial, commercial or manufacturing environment

- A valid Universal Refrigerant card

- A good working knowledge of the design, operation, and maintenance of chilled water and hot water systems

- Familiarity with BMS systems such as Metasys, Insight, Tracer Summit, Honeywell, and ALC 20/20 and have knowledge of repairs required and maintenance of communication bus (N2 and BacNet) is highly preferred

- Familiarity with Variable Frequency Drives (VFDs) within HVAC operations and be able to visually confirm the status of VFD operations ius highly preferred

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