HVAC Service Technician

Nashville, Tennessee


Hvac Job Number:
J0015096e
 
Primary Location:
Nashville, Tennessee
 
Positions:
Technician (Boilers); Technician (Commercial Refrigeration); Technician (DDC); Technician (HVAC/R)
 
Sector:
Commercial/Industrial; Residential/Light Commercial
 
Required Overnight Travel:
0%
 
Shift:
First Shift
 
Job Description:
Summary This position is responsible to perform maintenance and service for our commercial HVAC customers, utilize our technology, technical capability, and customer service to provide a great experience to our customer. Primarily responsible for performing installs, repairs and maintenance to a variety of equipment including: refrigeration, air conditioning, electric motors, heating units, heat pumps, hermetic compressors, light commercial furnaces, boilers, burners, intake and exhaust fans, economizers, humidifiers, capacity controls, semi-hermetic compressors, split systems, flame safeguard controls, air compressors, air driers, chillers, and packaged units. Essential Duties and Responsibilities (include, but are not limited to) • Fully understands the refrigeration cycles to include: identifying components in advanced refrigeration circuits, understanding how each component works, diagnosing and correcting problems in the refrigeration circuit, using manifold gauge set, pressure/temperature chart and temperature measuring devices for routine maintenance and to troubleshoot. Understands refrigeration recovery, evacuation and charging, understands the installation and sizing of refrigerant piping. • Fully understands and has mastered the heating cycle to include: identifying components in heating system, understanding how each component works, diagnosing problems in the heating system using a gas pressure test and other devices for routine maintenance and to troubleshoot and repair. Fully understands and has mastered the theory of combustion and how it relates to combustible fuels such as gas and oil. Must be able to perform a combustion analysis on all combustible heating systems and analyze its results. • Fully understands how electricity travels, AC and DC currents, single phase and three phase circuits, and series and parallel circuits. Ability to read advanced wiring diagrams. Knowledge of Ohms Law. Ability to use multi-meters to read voltage, current and resistance values. Must be able to troubleshoot advanced electrical circuits. • Fully understands the fundamentals of temperature and humidity measurement and control in air conditioning units. Understands the process of treating air so as to simultaneously control its temperature, humidity, cleanliness and distribution. Ability to use a psychometric chart to determine the results of mixing air having various properties. • Fully understands and has mastered all types of HVAC systems and how each component within the system operates in conjunction with the other components and how that impacts the overall operations of the system as a whole. These systems include but are not limited to air cooled, water cooled, hot water systems, chilled water systems, VAV systems, steam heating systems and building automation control systems. • Communicate with customers in a professional manner that represents the professionalism that Total-HVAC requires. • Communicate with dispatch in a timely manner to allow for efficient dispatching of calls. • Keep accurate documentation as requested (i.e. timecards and service tickets) • Technician must maintain a professional appearance at all times. Shirts tucked in clean shaven facial hair, trimmed beard etc. • Technician will be on time as scheduled per dispatch or normal working hours. The Service Technician must be proficient with the following "OR" in the process of learning: • All types and sizes of refrigerant controls • All types and sizes of compressors • All types and sizes of heat pumps • All types and sizes of split systems • All types and sizes of packaged units • All types and sizes of ductless splits • All types and sizes of electric motors and electric motor controls • All types and sizes of commercial furnaces, boilers, burners and related controls • All types and sizes of types of water pumps • All types and sizes of intake and exhaust fans • All types and sizes of unit heaters (hot water, steam and electric) • All types and sizes of economizers • All types and sizes of humidifiers • All types of capacity controls • All types of flame safeguard controls • All types and sizes of air compressors, air driers and related accessories and controls • All types and sizes of reciprocating chillers and screw chillers • Must have an understanding of centrifugal chillers • All types and sizes of boilers and related controls • All types and sizes of VAV systems and related controls • All types and sizes of VAV units and VAV terminal boxes, • All types and sizes of cooling towers
Hvac Job Number: J0015096e
 
Primary Location:  Nashville, Tennessee
 
Positions: Technician (Boilers); Technician (Commercial Refrigeration); Technician (DDC); Technician (HVAC/R)
 
Sector: Commercial/Industrial; Residential/Light Commercial
 
Required Overnight Travel: 0%
 
Shift: First Shift
 
Job Description: Summary This position is responsible to perform maintenance and service for our commercial HVAC customers, utilize our technology, technical capability, and customer service to provide a great experience to our customer. Primarily responsible for performing installs, repairs and maintenance to a variety of equipment including: refrigeration, air conditioning, electric motors, heating units, heat pumps, hermetic compressors, light commercial furnaces, boilers, burners, intake and exhaust fans, economizers, humidifiers, capacity controls, semi-hermetic compressors, split systems, flame safeguard controls, air compressors, air driers, chillers, and packaged units. Essential Duties and Responsibilities (include, but are not limited to) • Fully understands the refrigeration cycles to include: identifying components in advanced refrigeration circuits, understanding how each component works, diagnosing and correcting problems in the refrigeration circuit, using manifold gauge set, pressure/temperature chart and temperature measuring devices for routine maintenance and to troubleshoot. Understands refrigeration recovery, evacuation and charging, understands the installation and sizing of refrigerant piping. • Fully understands and has mastered the heating cycle to include: identifying components in heating system, understanding how each component works, diagnosing problems in the heating system using a gas pressure test and other devices for routine maintenance and to troubleshoot and repair. Fully understands and has mastered the theory of combustion and how it relates to combustible fuels such as gas and oil. Must be able to perform a combustion analysis on all combustible heating systems and analyze its results. • Fully understands how electricity travels, AC and DC currents, single phase and three phase circuits, and series and parallel circuits. Ability to read advanced wiring diagrams. Knowledge of Ohms Law. Ability to use multi-meters to read voltage, current and resistance values. Must be able to troubleshoot advanced electrical circuits. • Fully understands the fundamentals of temperature and humidity measurement and control in air conditioning units. Understands the process of treating air so as to simultaneously control its temperature, humidity, cleanliness and distribution. Ability to use a psychometric chart to determine the results of mixing air having various properties. • Fully understands and has mastered all types of HVAC systems and how each component within the system operates in conjunction with the other components and how that impacts the overall operations of the system as a whole. These systems include but are not limited to air cooled, water cooled, hot water systems, chilled water systems, VAV systems, steam heating systems and building automation control systems. • Communicate with customers in a professional manner that represents the professionalism that Total-HVAC requires. • Communicate with dispatch in a timely manner to allow for efficient dispatching of calls. • Keep accurate documentation as requested (i.e. timecards and service tickets) • Technician must maintain a professional appearance at all times. Shirts tucked in clean shaven facial hair, trimmed beard etc. • Technician will be on time as scheduled per dispatch or normal working hours. The Service Technician must be proficient with the following "OR" in the process of learning: • All types and sizes of refrigerant controls • All types and sizes of compressors • All types and sizes of heat pumps • All types and sizes of split systems • All types and sizes of packaged units • All types and sizes of ductless splits • All types and sizes of electric motors and electric motor controls • All types and sizes of commercial furnaces, boilers, burners and related controls • All types and sizes of types of water pumps • All types and sizes of intake and exhaust fans • All types and sizes of unit heaters (hot water, steam and electric) • All types and sizes of economizers • All types and sizes of humidifiers • All types of capacity controls • All types of flame safeguard controls • All types and sizes of air compressors, air driers and related accessories and controls • All types and sizes of reciprocating chillers and screw chillers • Must have an understanding of centrifugal chillers • All types and sizes of boilers and related controls • All types and sizes of VAV systems and related controls • All types and sizes of VAV units and VAV terminal boxes, • All types and sizes of cooling towers
 

Preferred Skills and Education


Minimum Experience Required:
Experienced (2-4 years)
Minimum Education Required:
High School Diploma
Certifications:
 
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