The SCOAN is seeking Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Technicians to join the team.
- Lay out, construct, install and rebuild refrigeration and year-round air conditioning equipment for the church auditorium and other facilities.
- Perform work described in other maintenance classifications when incidental but necessary to the accomplishment of the assignment.
- Work from engineered drawings, sketches, verbal instructions, handbooks, etc., to accomplish required work.
- Read and interpret facilities/mechanical drawings, wiring diagrams, and/or schematics.
- Be capable of visualizing three-dimensional shapes from a two-dimensional views and understanding symbols, flag notes, and general notes.
- Read and make control adjustments using such typical testing equipment as Freon leak tester, thermometer (wet and dry bulbs), sling psychrometer, monometer, velometer, hydrometer, humidistat, etc.
- Install and adjust valve controls and perform electrical wiring and installation of special electronic controls used for regulating and controlling refrigeration and air conditioning equipment.
- Repair, maintain, trouble shoot and adjust all existing types of refrigeration and air conditioning equipment (church auditorium and other facilities).
- Maintain necessary temperature and service records.
- Observe and evaluate system, and visually inspect equipment, power source, wiring, plumbing, electronic components and systems for defects or maintenance problems.
- 3 + years of experience in the heating, ventilation and air conditioning field.
- 1 + years of experience in heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) field performing trouble shooting, maintaining & repairing equipment
Must be willing to work variable shifts, including weekends and overtime. Some positions may also be rotating shifts
The following Physical Demands described here are typical of those that may be encountered in this job; Climbing/balancing (stairs, ladders, poles, scaffolding, inclined surfaces), handling (holding, grasping), rotation of head/neck, standing, and walking for long periods of time.
This position requires an individual when working at heights to utilize fall protection equipment that has weight limitations