- Entry level
- No Education
- Salary to negotiate
A Facility HVAC Engineer is responsible for providing HVAC services with the specific responsibility of identifying repair and/or replacement needs; installing, repairing, maintaining and upgrading all HVAC systems and equipment, and keeping detailed logs on all equipment.
Additional responsibilities include assisting in the maintenance and operation of all pool equipment, rink equipment, performing plumbing tasks, and assisting other maintenance workers with building-related tasks.
Job Details (General Overview):
- Maintain exemplary knowledge of all building systems/equipment including:
- RTUs, AHUs, FCUs, chillers, pumps, boilers, cooling towers, controls, fans, heat exchangers, water treatment, etc.
- Pumps, filters, heat exchangers, UV system, chemical feeds, controllers, Dectron dehumidifiers
- Ice Rinks
- Compressors, controls, cooling tower, Munters dehumidifiers
- Fire Alarm System
- Perform routine preventative maintenance on all HVAC equipment and maintain all equipment in pristine working condition
- Perform daily checks and logs on all HVAC equipment and computerize/store all data
- Identify areas in need of repair and parts/materials/tools needed to perform
- Fixing plumbing issues and electrical monitoring as required.
- While conducting maintenance you will also be responsible for aesthetic maintenance including, but not limited to: painting, drywall, door hardware issues, etc.
- Assist the Aquatics Operations Manager in operation and maintenance of the pool equipment
- Zone systems & controls
- maintain a comfortable climate throughout the facility.
Check with venue managers to ensure this need is being met
- Meet with service providers on routine and emergency visits
Qualifications & Requirements
- At least 5 years working in a similar capacity
- High school diploma/trade school or equivalent with demonstrated experience in the maintenance and repair of all HVAC-R equipment.
- Working knowledge of Chillers, Cooling Tower, Pumps, Heat Exchangers Gas condensing boilers, Electric Reheats and VFDs
- An S2/D2 (or higher) State of Connecticut license and EPA 608 Refrigerant certificate is required.
- Weekend work and on-call 24/7