HVAC Service Technician

Frederick, Maryland


Hvac Job Number:
J00142683
 
Primary Location:
Frederick, Maryland
 
Positions:
Installer; Technician (Ammonia Refrigeration); Technician (Appliance Repair); Technician (Boilers); Technician (Chillers); Technician (Commercial Cooking Equipment); Technician (Commercial Refrigeration); Technician (DDC); Technician (Geothermal); Technician (HVAC/R)
 
Sector:
Commercial/Industrial; Residential/Light Commercial
 
Required Overnight Travel:
0%
 
Shift:
First Shift
 
Job Description:
Laulima Government Solutions, LLC, is a Native Hawaiian Organization (NHO) owned business. A premier government services company, Laulima Government Solutions, LLC offers a full spectrum of solutions that improve the performance and operational effectiveness of our government and Department of Defense customers. Our mission synchronized solutions are designed to deliver exactly what our customers need, when they need it. From base and range operations to biomedical defense support to telecommunications and IT services, we deliver the exact talent, tools and technologies needed to meet mission requirements. Laulima Government Solutions has an exciting opportunity for a Journeyman HVAC Technician in the Facilities Management Division of our US Army Medical Research Institute of Infectious Diseases (USAMRIID) contract. The HVAC Engineering Technician maintains a technical competency of mechanical equipment, engineering principles, Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning (HVAC), plumbing and heating systems. Duties Include: Tests, repairs, modifies, calculates, operates, maintains, overhauls, and calibrates small to large industrial air conditioning units, small to large refrigeration coolers and freezers, small to large cascade systems, chiller systems, nitrogen system, small to industrial humidification and dehumidification systems, air cleaners, heat pumps, clean room systems, small to industrial ventilation and exhaust systems, pneumatic systems, propane, steam and electrical heating systems, small to 150 horsepower reciprocating and screw compressors, electrical lines, circuits, systems, subsystems, controls, fixtures with their relays, switches, receptacles and controllers. Troubleshoots, install, tests, repairs, modify, relocates, maintains, and calibrates refrigeration equipment, air conditioning equipment, pneumatics controls, DDC controls, VAV’s systems during malfunctions and for daily operations. Shall maintain, verify and correct issues on a variety of Good Laboratory Practices (GLP) equipment too include freezers, refrigerators, walk-ins, pressure, temperature, humidity and light sensors. Maintains detailed maintenance and service reports/logs on all equipment in accordance with institute SOPs and regulatory compliance procedures. Follow all institute standard operating procedures, safety, security and security procedures and practices while repairing and maintaining the buildings HVAC/R systems and equipment. Ensures all EPA rules and regulations pertaining to refrigeration and air conditioning systems outlined in 40 CFR Part 82 Sub Part F. Will interpret diagrams, drawings, technical manuals, and other instructions for air conditioning equipment, building plans, blueprints, wiring diagrams, and engineering drawings and use trade formulas. Maintain and troubleshoot a variety of complex electrical systems and equipment such as series, parallel, and compound circuits for single and multiple phase alternating current of varying voltage, amperage, and frequency; wiring systems in industrial complexes and in buildings; and power or regulating and control circuits and distribution panels to industrial machinery, computers, clean rooms or other electrical equipment. Use tools and equipment to include sliding squares, measuring tapes, grinders, power tools, cutters, pipe wrenches, volt, amp, ohm meters, thermometers, torches, computers, manometers, airflow measuring equipment, vacuum pumps and various hand tools. Utilize air balance principles and equipment to rebalance VAV’s, Phoenix valves, dampers, and fan coil units for office, animal rooms and laboratories throughout the facility as required. Performs work in bio-containment suites (BSL-3 and BSL-4) with highly hazardous infectious agents and toxins and is required to participate in Bio-surety Personnel Reliability System and remain enrolled in the Biological Surety Requirement for Personnel Reliability (Perpetual) Work in animal facilities and is required to be Hepatitis B Negative, and TB tested every 6 months. Responsible for maintaining training. If a waiver is provided for immediate hire without fulfilling specified requirements the contractor will remain responsible for ensuring employees receive and meet the PWS requirements within 12 months of employment. Work with minimal supervision or with a team of air conditioning, welders, millwrights electricians, and maintenance mechanics. Technician receives his assignment with a minimum of accompanying instructions concerning the work methods to be used. May work directly with engineer, researcher or testing personnel while maintaining planning and modifying a system to meet specific conditions. During the course of the projects, technician is expected to do repair and modification to meet conditions which are required by technical personnel. The supervisor is available for advice or assistance on very difficult problems, but the master level mechanic is expected to complete his work without undue interruption to the project. Consults with supervisor on problems, which are unique or are administrative problems such as the need for additional equipment. May be required to work on second or third shift with little notice and will serve as an on call technician for one week periods during regular shop rotations. Mechanic must be able to be contacted and respond to emergency for after hour calls during the on call periods within one hour. Assures that work assignments, procedures, sequence, methods, and deadlines are completed on time. COTR is available to provide information or clarification regarding problems that may arise during work. Overall work operations are reviewed for status and progress causes of delays and other problems. Normally works directly with the requestor for the duration of the assignment (although some requests may come through the Facility Management Office/COTR) and is responsible for independently planning and carrying out the assignment based on an understanding of the purpose and use of the end item. Equipment Maintenance, Technical Understanding, Deals with Uncertainty, Basic Safety, Power Tools, Attention to Detail, Flexibility, Job Knowledge and Productivity. Workload will usually involve an average of 600 unscheduled and scheduled work requests per month, for all of FMO support services, worked in part or whole, including assessment, coordination, action, troubleshooting, identifying required repair parts and completing paperwork for DMLSS tracking. Environmental Factors: Works indoors and outdoor environments that contain excessive heat, cold and humidity, excessive dampness, electrical energy, dust, fumes, solvents grease, oils, moving machinery with moving parts, moving object or vehicles and slippery or uneven surfaces. Performs work in Bio-Containment suites while wearing Tyveks, Tychem-SL and Dover suits. Working environment may consist of BSAT's, Toxins or Chemicals and Formaldehyde Program. Physical Effort: Works from ground level, ladders, scaffolding, and platforms on equipment and systems where parts are hard-to-reach. Frequently lifts parts and equipment weighing up to fifty pounds and occasionally over fifty pounds. Standing, stooping, bending, kneeling, climbing and stretching for prolonged periods will be necessary. Required to wear a positive pressure suit, powered air purifying respirator, Tyvek suits, foot protection, eye and hand protection or associated PPE related to this position. Variable work hours, to include 24/7 coverage, evenings/nights, weekends, Government holidays, and during unforeseen closures or circumstances apply. Requirements: Preferred Education/Experience: High School Diploma and 3 years' related experience MD: Journeyman HVAC License EPA: Universal Refrigerant Recovery Certification Certificate OSHA-Approved Fork Lift Operator Certification Clearance: Eligibility in the Biological Personnel Reliability Program (BPRP) requires a favorable Single Scope Background Investigation (SSBI). Enrollment in the Biological Personnel Reliability Program (BPRP) for handling select agents - he or she must maintain enrollment. Applicants must meet eligibility requirements as regulated by Army Regulation 50-1 (AR 50-1)- http://www.fas.org/irp/doddir/army/ar50-1.pdf Laulima Government Solutions LLC is a fast growing government service provider. Employees enjoy competitive salaries; a 401K plan with company match; medical, dental, disability, and life insurance coverage; tuition reimbursement; paid vacation and sick time; and 10 paid holidays. Laulima Government Solutions is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. For additional information on Laulima Government Solutions, LLC, please visit www.laulimags.com. We are an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer of individuals with disabilities and veterans. We are proud to state that we do not discriminate in employment decisions on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin or disability status. If you are a person with a disability and you need an accommodation during the application process, please click here to request accommodation. We E-Verify all employees.
Hvac Job Number: J00142683
 
Primary Location:  Frederick, Maryland
 
Positions: Installer; Technician (Ammonia Refrigeration); Technician (Appliance Repair); Technician (Boilers); Technician (Chillers); Technician (Commercial Cooking Equipment); Technician (Commercial Refrigeration); Technician (DDC); Technician (Geothermal); Technician (HVAC/R)
 
Sector: Commercial/Industrial; Residential/Light Commercial
 
Required Overnight Travel: 0%
 
Shift: First Shift
 
Job Description: Laulima Government Solutions, LLC, is a Native Hawaiian Organization (NHO) owned business. A premier government services company, Laulima Government Solutions, LLC offers a full spectrum of solutions that improve the performance and operational effectiveness of our government and Department of Defense customers. Our mission synchronized solutions are designed to deliver exactly what our customers need, when they need it. From base and range operations to biomedical defense support to telecommunications and IT services, we deliver the exact talent, tools and technologies needed to meet mission requirements. Laulima Government Solutions has an exciting opportunity for a Journeyman HVAC Technician in the Facilities Management Division of our US Army Medical Research Institute of Infectious Diseases (USAMRIID) contract. The HVAC Engineering Technician maintains a technical competency of mechanical equipment, engineering principles, Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning (HVAC), plumbing and heating systems. Duties Include: Tests, repairs, modifies, calculates, operates, maintains, overhauls, and calibrates small to large industrial air conditioning units, small to large refrigeration coolers and freezers, small to large cascade systems, chiller systems, nitrogen system, small to industrial humidification and dehumidification systems, air cleaners, heat pumps, clean room systems, small to industrial ventilation and exhaust systems, pneumatic systems, propane, steam and electrical heating systems, small to 150 horsepower reciprocating and screw compressors, electrical lines, circuits, systems, subsystems, controls, fixtures with their relays, switches, receptacles and controllers. Troubleshoots, install, tests, repairs, modify, relocates, maintains, and calibrates refrigeration equipment, air conditioning equipment, pneumatics controls, DDC controls, VAV’s systems during malfunctions and for daily operations. Shall maintain, verify and correct issues on a variety of Good Laboratory Practices (GLP) equipment too include freezers, refrigerators, walk-ins, pressure, temperature, humidity and light sensors. Maintains detailed maintenance and service reports/logs on all equipment in accordance with institute SOPs and regulatory compliance procedures. Follow all institute standard operating procedures, safety, security and security procedures and practices while repairing and maintaining the buildings HVAC/R systems and equipment. Ensures all EPA rules and regulations pertaining to refrigeration and air conditioning systems outlined in 40 CFR Part 82 Sub Part F. Will interpret diagrams, drawings, technical manuals, and other instructions for air conditioning equipment, building plans, blueprints, wiring diagrams, and engineering drawings and use trade formulas. Maintain and troubleshoot a variety of complex electrical systems and equipment such as series, parallel, and compound circuits for single and multiple phase alternating current of varying voltage, amperage, and frequency; wiring systems in industrial complexes and in buildings; and power or regulating and control circuits and distribution panels to industrial machinery, computers, clean rooms or other electrical equipment. Use tools and equipment to include sliding squares, measuring tapes, grinders, power tools, cutters, pipe wrenches, volt, amp, ohm meters, thermometers, torches, computers, manometers, airflow measuring equipment, vacuum pumps and various hand tools. Utilize air balance principles and equipment to rebalance VAV’s, Phoenix valves, dampers, and fan coil units for office, animal rooms and laboratories throughout the facility as required. Performs work in bio-containment suites (BSL-3 and BSL-4) with highly hazardous infectious agents and toxins and is required to participate in Bio-surety Personnel Reliability System and remain enrolled in the Biological Surety Requirement for Personnel Reliability (Perpetual) Work in animal facilities and is required to be Hepatitis B Negative, and TB tested every 6 months. Responsible for maintaining training. If a waiver is provided for immediate hire without fulfilling specified requirements the contractor will remain responsible for ensuring employees receive and meet the PWS requirements within 12 months of employment. Work with minimal supervision or with a team of air conditioning, welders, millwrights electricians, and maintenance mechanics. Technician receives his assignment with a minimum of accompanying instructions concerning the work methods to be used. May work directly with engineer, researcher or testing personnel while maintaining planning and modifying a system to meet specific conditions. During the course of the projects, technician is expected to do repair and modification to meet conditions which are required by technical personnel. The supervisor is available for advice or assistance on very difficult problems, but the master level mechanic is expected to complete his work without undue interruption to the project. Consults with supervisor on problems, which are unique or are administrative problems such as the need for additional equipment. May be required to work on second or third shift with little notice and will serve as an on call technician for one week periods during regular shop rotations. Mechanic must be able to be contacted and respond to emergency for after hour calls during the on call periods within one hour. Assures that work assignments, procedures, sequence, methods, and deadlines are completed on time. COTR is available to provide information or clarification regarding problems that may arise during work. Overall work operations are reviewed for status and progress causes of delays and other problems. Normally works directly with the requestor for the duration of the assignment (although some requests may come through the Facility Management Office/COTR) and is responsible for independently planning and carrying out the assignment based on an understanding of the purpose and use of the end item. Equipment Maintenance, Technical Understanding, Deals with Uncertainty, Basic Safety, Power Tools, Attention to Detail, Flexibility, Job Knowledge and Productivity. Workload will usually involve an average of 600 unscheduled and scheduled work requests per month, for all of FMO support services, worked in part or whole, including assessment, coordination, action, troubleshooting, identifying required repair parts and completing paperwork for DMLSS tracking. Environmental Factors: Works indoors and outdoor environments that contain excessive heat, cold and humidity, excessive dampness, electrical energy, dust, fumes, solvents grease, oils, moving machinery with moving parts, moving object or vehicles and slippery or uneven surfaces. Performs work in Bio-Containment suites while wearing Tyveks, Tychem-SL and Dover suits. Working environment may consist of BSAT's, Toxins or Chemicals and Formaldehyde Program. Physical Effort: Works from ground level, ladders, scaffolding, and platforms on equipment and systems where parts are hard-to-reach. Frequently lifts parts and equipment weighing up to fifty pounds and occasionally over fifty pounds. Standing, stooping, bending, kneeling, climbing and stretching for prolonged periods will be necessary. Required to wear a positive pressure suit, powered air purifying respirator, Tyvek suits, foot protection, eye and hand protection or associated PPE related to this position. Variable work hours, to include 24/7 coverage, evenings/nights, weekends, Government holidays, and during unforeseen closures or circumstances apply. Requirements: Preferred Education/Experience: High School Diploma and 3 years' related experience MD: Journeyman HVAC License EPA: Universal Refrigerant Recovery Certification Certificate OSHA-Approved Fork Lift Operator Certification Clearance: Eligibility in the Biological Personnel Reliability Program (BPRP) requires a favorable Single Scope Background Investigation (SSBI). Enrollment in the Biological Personnel Reliability Program (BPRP) for handling select agents - he or she must maintain enrollment. Applicants must meet eligibility requirements as regulated by Army Regulation 50-1 (AR 50-1)- http://www.fas.org/irp/doddir/army/ar50-1.pdf Laulima Government Solutions LLC is a fast growing government service provider. Employees enjoy competitive salaries; a 401K plan with company match; medical, dental, disability, and life insurance coverage; tuition reimbursement; paid vacation and sick time; and 10 paid holidays. Laulima Government Solutions is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. For additional information on Laulima Government Solutions, LLC, please visit www.laulimags.com. We are an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer of individuals with disabilities and veterans. We are proud to state that we do not discriminate in employment decisions on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin or disability status. If you are a person with a disability and you need an accommodation during the application process, please click here to request accommodation. We E-Verify all employees.
 

Preferred Skills and Education


Minimum Experience Required:
Experienced (2-4 years)
Minimum Education Required:
High School Diploma
Certifications:
EPA 608 Universal; Journeyman HVAC License
 
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