HVAC Mechanic II

Fort Meade, MD
Oct 19, 2021
Oct 22, 2021
Full Time
INTRODUCTIONState of Maryland Journeyman License requiredMaryland Master HVAC license preferredThe HVAC Mechanic II performs skilled technical work in the maintenance, repair, replacement, installation of heating, air conditioning, refrigeration equipment, controls, and distribution systems.This position is located in Fort Meade, Maryland.The core working hours are 7:00 am to 4:00 pm, Monday through Friday.The hourly wage is $40.23This is a Full-Time, non-exempt position. Employees are eligible for overtime pay.A collective bargaining agreement governs this site.QUALIFICATIONSHigh school diploma or general education degree (GED) with five or more years of progressively responsible experience working with complex HVAC systems and equipment, including chillers, boilers, package units, VAV systems (direct digital, pneumatic, and automated control systems)Prior experience working on government contracts and working with persons with differing abilities preferred.State of Maryland Journeyman License required Master License preferredPossession of a valid appropriate driver's license for the state of residenceMust be able to pass and maintain a government security background checkMust be able to use MAXIMO or other CMMS softwarePre-employment background checks, including E-Verify, are required for all employment positions.KEY RESPONSIBILITIESInstalls troubleshoots and repairs heating, air conditioning, and refrigeration units, including chillers, boilers, and heat pumps.Troubleshoots malfunctioning heating, air conditioning, and refrigeration systems to determine the cause of the malfunctionPerforms scheduled maintenance inspections, and adjusts, cleans, and calibrates various systems to assure proper system operationsRepairs wiring and electronic components associated with automated building management systems. 5. Replaces expansion valves, compressors, motors, coil units, and other partsCleans refrigerant systems from hermetic burnouts, evacuates, and charges systemsTroubleshoots and repairs direct digital and pneumatic control systemsChecks distribution systems for proper velocity, volume, temperature, pressure, etcBalances air and water treatment systemsDetermines cause of and corrects condensation problemsProvides technical assistance with the design of HVAC systems, including installations and modifications to existing systemsAssists in training other technicians and staff in preventative maintenance of HVAC systemsPrepares records and reports describing procedures, actions taken and recommended solutions.Prepares and submits requests for supplies and equipmentResponds to emergency service requestsMay supervise work of other technicians.PHYSICAL QUALIFICATIONSMust be able to sit 85% of the time; stand/walk 15% of the time; must be able to lift, carry, push and or pull 30 lbs.Must be able to speak, hear and seeAll of these requirements are necessary to accomplish all essential functions within this job description properly