HVAC Technician IIOPENING DATE: June 12 . 2013
EMPLOYMENT PERIOD: Full-time; 12 months
START DATE: as soon as possible
RESPONSIBILITIES: To provide HVAC equipment maintenance and installation for the campus.
Specific essential responsibilities are as follows:
- Service and troubleshoot residential and commercial HVAC equipment, as well as specify and replace residential and light commercial HVAC equipment.
- Maintain refrigeration equipment including walk in coolers and freezers, chillers & swamp coolers.
- Troubleshoot, operate, maintain and repair low voltage controls (programmable stats) and DDC systems (Delta).
- Troubleshoot and service pneumatic controls.
- Retain and work with contractors for projects and service.
- Coordinate with inspectors on projects, before and after, to meet requirements for code related issues.
- Acquire mechanical and low voltage permits for projects.
- Maintain orderly documentation & records for all maintenance & repair work.
- By actions, words and lifestyle, be a Christian role model to students, whether through casual contact or in a formal supervisory role.
- Demonstrates awareness, respect and appreciation for diversity of culture, background, race, sex, political views, expressions of faith, etc. and works well with a variety of people.
- Manage HVAC schedules and temperature set points for buildings.
- Fill in for other HVAC technicians when sick, on vacation, or as requested.
- Work on kitchen equipment as requested.
- Supervise student employees.
- All other duties as assigned.
- 5 years of experience in diagnostics & repair of all types of residential and commercial HVAC systems, of chillers and walk in coolers and freezers, and in installing and programming DDC and pneumatic controls.
- Working knowledge of water & low pressure steam boilers.
- Possess a current refrigeration license, a current LME, LEB, or LEA license, and a brazing certificate
- Ability to lift up to 60 pounds numerous times throughout the day, and to bend, rotate, kneel, work on back and overhead on a ladder.
- Ability to communicate effectively in English, and to understand and follow instructions.
- Evangelical Christian commitment and lifestyle consistent with the university’s mission as described on our website.
- Candidates should value an environment that reflects the diversity of God’s kingdom, engages in global concerns, and connects culturally.
COMPENSATION: Pay Range 10; Minimum $41,922 – $49,263 depending on exp. Competitive benefits: Vacation; sick leave; holidays; medical, dental, life, disability insurance; retirement plan; and tuition remission.
REPORTS TO: Superintendent of Building SystemsTO APPLY: Submit application, resume, and letter of interest to: Office of Human Resources, George Fox University, 414 N. Meridian, No. 6108, Newberg, OR 97132. Your application materials may also be scanned and attached to an email to: HR@georgefox.edu. If you choose to fax your materials, our fax number is 503-554-2186. The University reserves the right to fill the position as circumstances warrant.