Mast Global

HVAC Technician- 2nd Shift
Job ID: 36095
Columbus, OH, USA
Full-Time
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Definition:

Under general supervision of the HVAC Group Leader, assigned HVAC Senior Technician or Building Automation Manager/Supervisor, performs a variety of skilled and semi-skilled maintenance, modification and repair activities in assigned maintenance operations areas which may include buildings, material handling, offices, lighting electrical and plumbing in any of the distribution centers; and performs related work as required.

Characteristics:

HVAC Technician is an experienced-level in this series and is capable of performing a wide variety of work to ensure that the facilities and equipment are maintained in a safe and effective working condition. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, Performing maintenance and service repairs on heating, ventilating, and air conditioning systems. Installs new units or replacement parts for existing units according to specifications and established safety guidelines, depending upon the immediate needs of the department. While HVAC Technicians may have developed skills in one or more areas, all are expected to be able to perform general Facilities and repair in all areas of assignment.

Key Duties:

- Duties are illustrative and not inclusive and may vary with individual assignments.
- Performs maintenance and service repairs on heating, ventilating, and air conditioning systems.
Installs new units or replacement parts for existing units according to specifications and established
safety guidelines.
- Performs skilled and semi-skilled maintenance activities including performing material handling
equipment troubleshooting and repair; basic activities such as electrical, plumbing, drywall and
painting; material handling equipment troubleshooting and repair; office furniture moves and setups.
- Maintains building, equipment, shop and storage areas in a clean and orderly condition.
- Completes work orders for work performed and includes parts and inventory used.
- Document all work order activities to comply with MP2 requirements, providing documented records
of the activities performed.
- Follow lockout-tag out procedures, confined space procedures, and other safety and environmental
procedures and policies as required.

General Qualifications

Education and Experience:

Possession of a high school diploma or general equivalency diploma (GED) and 3 years of assignment-related maintenance experience,
or an equivalent combination of education and experience sufficient to successfully perform the essential duties of the job as listed above.

Licenses:

Possession of a valid Ohio driver's license and a satisfactory driving record.

Minimum Requirements:

- Minimum of 3 years of experience in the field or in a related area.
- CFC Certified (EPA Refrigerant Certification).
- Electrical experience with high and low voltage, AC and DC.
- Energy Management Systems and DDC Controls experience.
- Knowledge of mechanical and electrical drawings.
- Proven track record of strong mechanical and electrical troubleshooting.
- 2 years of technical training in the HVAC field or equivalent
- Welding skill preferred, but not required
- Must be computer literate.
- Must be flexible with work assignment and schedules. When needed individual could be assigned
to any of our Central Ohio operations to perform the same or similar work. Shift schedules start/end
times and days of the week may also be adjusted based on business requirements.
- Must pass training and receive Power Equipment and Manlift License.
- Work as a team player within the department and across the business
- Support overtime work as required.


Preferred Job Knowledge:

- All associates are required to maintain a neat and orderly work area, both in the shop and at the
work site. Clean the area at the end of the day and at the end of the job. Leave it cleaner than when
you started.
- Possesses the ability in the use of MP2 for work orders, inventory, parts research and parts
ordering.
- Has the ability to use Outlook for e-mail and the Calendar for daily scheduling of meetings and PTO
- Able to perform lamp changing that includes but is not limited to; incandescent, fluorescent, metal
halide, HID in both high and low bay fixtures
- Clears jams on the conveyor or other material handling systems as needed
- Sets up tables and chairs and related equipment needed for meetings or special functions; both
inside and outside the building
- Must be able to properly change forklift batteries and be knowledgeable of the safety procedures
associated with this process. Understand why battery water is checked after the battery is charged
and not when it is placed on a charger.
- Understand the proper procedures for connecting a battery to a charger, i.e., placement in the rack,
checking the condition of the battery cables etc.
- Has the knowledge of and conforms to the safety guidelines when performing the washing and
neutralizing of acid on powered equipment batteries
- Has the ability patch and repair drywall damage in a manner that is consistent with the areas
surrounding the damaged area. Completed repair is to be smooth and unnoticeable.
- Able to clear plugged drains by properly utilizing a hand operated snake, electrically powered snake
and/or an electric/water powered jetter
- Ability to remove, repair and replacement of restroom fixture flush valves
- Ability to remove, repair and replacement of restroom sink faucets and valves
- Able to remove defective ball valves and install new valves when necessary
- All Technicians shall assist in other assignments required to meet changing demands of the
business.
- Possesses the ability for painting in a neat and acceptable manner.
- Able to correct problems with doors in the building to include but not limited to; doors
sticking/binding, hardware. repair and or replacement
- Has the knowledge and skills to maintain the electric and pneumatic operator/controls for
handicapped doors
- Able to perform accurate inventory counts; gather information and order needed parts thru MP2 and
Web Link.
- Perform inspections and major repair to all equipment in accordance with instructions in the MP2
task instructions. Recognize the need for repair before equipment failure
- Possesses a basic knowledge of MS Word
- Possesses a basic knowledge of MS Excel
- Possess the knowledge and skill necessary to perform scheduled PM's and perform operational
tests of building emergency generator
- Removal and installation of Circuit Breakers in a manner that is safe and in compliance with code
- Is familiar with the MSDS Program, knows where to find the information when needed and
complies with the prescribed procedures in the performance of daily work
- Is familiar with the Fall Protection Program, knows where to find the information when needed and
complies with the prescribed procedures in the performance of daily work
- Performs required safety inspections and provides information to shift Lead or Supervisor
- Remove and replace electrical switches in equipment and follow all safety rules and applicable
guidelines
- Perform the cleaning and/or replacement of electrical contacts and be able to determine when it is
necessary to replace
- Perform the removal and replacement of electric motors in applicable systems. This work includes
the electrical wiring as well.
- Possess the ability to troubleshoot electrical problems from the field device to the source, i.e., IO
Card, fuse or breaker
- Able to troubleshoot relay circuits and replace faulty relays in equipment
- During troubleshooting and repair of equipment if a defective control module or sub assembly is
discovered replacement of defective unit is to be made following the recommended removal &
installation guidelines as well as following all applicable safety rules.
- Must be able to properly change and adjust motor starters
- Must be able to properly change and adjust motor overloads
- Must know how to read, understand and decipher blueprints. Must have the ability to track the flow
from input to output.
- Has the understanding and usage of test equipment necessary to troubleshoot and diagnose
system problems.
- Removal and installation of Lighting ballasts in a manner that is safe and in compliance with code
- Has the ability to fabricate and make repairs to building or equipment in a manner that is safe and
acceptable
- Able to properly remove and replace faulty electrical light control switches following all safety rules
and guidelines
- Has the skill and ability to install electrical circuits and outlets. Including sizing conduit & wire.
- Must be able to remove and replace defective photo eyes and align unit correctly
- Must be able to properly pull communication wire and data line when necessary.
- Must be able to troubleshoot mechanical problems with the various material handling systems and
determine the cause so as to be able to make the necessary repairs/corrections needed to maintain
operational status
- Has the knowledge and skill necessary to properly splice conveyor belts when needed.
- Possesses the knowledge necessary to troubleshoot and repair all carton taper problems
- Troubleshoot and repair pneumatic problems to include valves, switches, air compressors etc.
- Performs or assists in the replacement of malfunctioning gearboxes on conveyor systems and must
be able to change/replace lubricant utilizing the proper type
- Performs regularly scheduled maintenance and repair to the compactors and related hydraulic
system
- Has the knowledge and skill needed to repair/replace dock doors.
- Understands the principles of welding and the proper use of welding equipment so as to be able to
make necessary emergency repairs
- Review daily operator checklists for designated equipment performing and logging data as
necessary
- Has the knowledge to perform the removal and replacement of minor parts to include horns, lights
etc.
- Perform bearing replacement on equipment when necessary and properly lubricate and load the
bearing during installation
- Must be able to remove and replace oil, air and hydraulic filters on equipment utilized in the building
and on the equipment within
- Performs daily sub-station readings and maintains the room/area in a clean & orderly manner
- Change filters on a regular schedule.
- Has the ability to meet with outside vendors/contractors and explain and discuss information
relevant to the needs in a knowledgeable and professional manner
- Performs basic fire system maintenance, inspections and repairs as required; to include shutting
down a given system and draining, replacing defective/leaking sprinkler heads, replacing small
sections of threaded piping when needed and painting piping when needed.
- Must be able to troubleshoot Fire system and determine the cause so as to be able to make the
necessary repairs/corrections needed to maintain operational status
- Must be able to troubleshoot paging systems and determine the cause so as to be able to make the
necessary repairs/corrections needed to maintain operational status
- Must be able to troubleshoot CCTV systems and determine the cause so as to be able to make the
necessary repairs/corrections needed to maintain operational status
- Must be able to troubleshoot Break room TV's and Direct TV systems and determine the cause so
as to be able to make the necessary repairs/corrections needed to maintain operational status
- Must be able to troubleshoot Access (Access systems and determine the cause so as to be able to
make the necessary repairs/corrections needed to maintain operational status
- Must be able to remove and replace oil, air and hydraulic filters on equipment utilized in the building
and on the equipment.
- Change Air filters in air handlers on a regular schedule, bag and dispose of dirty filters
- Maintains and Operates computerized Building Automation System (BAS) System
- Maintain and operate hot water Boilers performing preventive maintenance and seasonal startup
and shutdown procedures
- Maintain and operate Chiller equipment performing preventive maintenance and seasonal startup
and shutdown procedures
- Maintain/operate DX (Ref) equipment performing preventive maintenance and seasonal startup
and shutdown procedures
- Maintain and Certify state registered Equipment including but not limited to the following: Backflow
(water ) Boilers, Café refrigeration (walk-in )
- Troubleshoot all HVAC Systems when operational problems arise and make repairs/adjustments
as deemed necessary
- Replace compressors and related components when needed utilizing appropriate cfc recovery
equipment and other tools and equipment necessary
- Evacuate refrigerant from any system prior to replacing system components
- Ability to identify refrigerant types
- Perform chemical/water testing on boiler and chiller systems
- Clean and maintain cooling towers during scheduled and unscheduled time of maintenance
- Clean and maintain Mechanical Rooms on a regular basis keeping them clean and neat at all times
- Perform Refrigerant Leak tests on systems when performing maintenance
- Clean boiler tubes during seasonal maintenance utilizing specific tube cleaning equipment and
procedures
- Punch list all projects to ensure adherence to company standards and specifications.
- Participate in and monitor all Preventive Maintenance tasks.
- Communicate and interact with all customers, teammates and Leadership on a daily basis.
- Brazing of refrigerant piping utilizing (Silver) when making repairs to copper system piping
- Maintain and track Refrigerant usage in accordance with applicable codes and laws
- HVAC Technicians are required to hold EPA Universal Refrigerant Certification
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