HVAC Mechanic III

23 Sep 2022

The HVAC Technician is responsible for performing installs, repairs, and maintenance to a variety of equipment including refrigeration, air conditioning, electric motors, heating units, heat pumps, compressors (multiple types), commercial boilers, intake and exhaust fans, economizers, humidifiers, capacity controls, semi-hermetic compressors, split systems, air compressors, air driers, and packaged units throughout a customer-owned mission critical facility. Candidates are expected to have knowledge of complex systems, including working with systems with redundant/back-up components plus have experience in working with controls systems that operate the HVAC systems being worked on. Install, maintain, and repair heating, ventilation, air conditioning, and refrigeration systems

Analyze, plan, and perform preventive maintenance of various HVAC systems

Plan shutdowns for maintenance and repair pumps including chill water, heating water, and condensation pumps

Install conduit, wiring, hard drawn copper tubing, and possibly ductwork

Troubleshoot, repair, and make modifications to HVAC system

Adhere to all city, state, and federal regulatory statues

Maintain maintenance record as required by regulations provided by customer

Ability to learn and evaluate building control systems to analyze proper HVAC system operation and efficiency

Order and maintain parts needed to repair and maintain HVAC equipment

Experience working in live facilities and following appropriate safe work practices (i.e. lock-out tag-out, etc.)

Manage relationship with all major vendor accounts

Maintain a high quality of service at all times

Strong troubleshooting and problem-solving skills

Properly maintain and safeguard assets

Able to work well on a team; notably building Operations teams to assist/review PMs performed and work alongside other trades (i.e. electrical) on various tasks

Other duties as assigned

Job Requirements:Basic Job Requirements: High school diploma or GED

HVAC experience: minimum five (5) – ten (10) years required

Journeyman level experience required

CFC Universal Certification

Required ability to lift and/or carry moderate weight (15-50 pounds), sit, stand, walk, climb stairs, reach, repetitive hand motions, hear, speak, may experience prolonged and irregular work hours, and work with frequent interruptions

Ability to communicate effectively with audiences that include but are not limited to customer, management, coworkers, clients, vendors, contractors, and visitors

Job related technical knowledge necessary to work around commercial power & cooling systems; this should include knowledge and direct experience working on large commercial mechanical systems such as commercial closed-loop chilled water systems, pumps, boilers, air-handling units, fan coil units, etc.

Ability to attend to detail and work in a time-conscious and time-effective manner

Ability to use/develop troubleshooting techniques for various electrical/control/mechanical systems in both standard and high-stress situations (i.e. emergency response)

Already holds USG clearance

Other Job Requirements:

Top Secret Clearance required

Ability to travel internationally – assignments can be up to five (5) months

Valid and current passport (does not expire within six (6) months)

Willing and able to work up to seven (7) days a week on certain projects, ten (10) hours a day, sometimes (often times) during non-standard hours

US citizen or permanent resident

Possess a valid driver’s license and have a satisfactory driving record

Available to be On-Call for emergencies and after-hours work

Must be able to perform standard maintenance, inspection, repair, and installation tasks

Tasks will include physical labor; examples include working on ladders, ability to carry minimum 50lbs, retrieving stock items from warehouse via inventory database, use of PPE equipment for procedures, ability to obtain forklift/manlift operator’s license, etc.

Working conditions include various levels of environmental conditions including but not limited to generally favorable indoor office workspace, moving mechanical parts and vibrations; high, precarious places, fumes or airborne particles and extreme temperatures and high noise levels

Preferred Qualifications:

Must be able to read and understand construction blueprints

OSHA 30 certified or better

Experience in large, commercial scale equipment preferred, such as centrifugal chillers, 40 to 100hp pumps, closed-loop chilled water systems, dry cooler-based systems, water softeners, domestic water pumping systems, computer-room grade cooling units, underfloor cooling systems, dampers, controller & computer-workstation based control systems, split-system heat pumps, etc.

Must have proficient computer skills; direct experience working with plant control systems a plus

Must have knowledge and experience of commercial facilities including aspects of planning, training, scheduling, safe work practices, and incident free operations

Must have excellent verbal and written English communications skills

Work effectively with multi-cultural personnel to execute work assignments

Strong interpersonal and mentoring skills and organizational accountability processes

Good multi-tasking skills

Basic understanding in MS-Office programs

Requisition ID: 679EOE including Disability/Protected Veterans Fluor believes in and practices providing equal employment opportunities to all applicants and employees. It is the policy of Fluor to provide reasonable accommodations for qualified individuals who are employees or applicants for employment. If you require assistance or a religious accommodation, please submit a request HR.Compliance@fluor.com. Your request will be reviewed in a timely manner. Only requests for accommodations should be submitted to the email above. All other inquiries will be disregarded.

  • ID: #45942394
  • State: Virginia Reston 20190 Reston USA
  • City: Reston
  • Salary: USD TBD TBD
  • Showed: 2022-09-23
  • Deadline: 2022-11-22
  • Category: Et cetera