HVAC Technician - Maintenance
Temps plein • Timmins Région
Échelle salariale: $60,000 - $80,000
Position Summary: Reporting to the Maintenance Manager, the technician will conduct preventive maintenance. Repair, install and commission general servicing of HVAC Automation Systems (including detailed troubleshooting of BAS systems).
- Diagnose and repair complex electronic control system malfunction, which requires extensive knowledge of various electronic or digital controls systems and the ability to test and write modifications in multiple languages of systems software.
- Perform service repairs, adjustment and calibration on building systems (through testing, replacement of parts and/or completing up-grades). Ensure building system is in its highest possible state of operation.
- Provide technical support and train co-workers as necessary.
- Maintain a comprehensive working knowledge of all equipment and instruments used in assigned area. Organize and supervise all aspects of preventative maintenance and associated instrument checks.
- Provide sketches of field changes and discrepancies for engineering corrections and drawings.
- Manage assigned work in a timely manner and report problems or changes to management immediately.
- Adhere to all Hospital safety standards. Provide safety awareness on work sites.
- Committed to professional continuing education to improve and maintain technical proficiency. Complete certifications as required by the Hospital.
- Creation of software programs, graphics and wiring diagrams.
- Inspect and establish commissioning of building controls and facilities management systems as assigned.
- Analyze problems and resolve issues to ensure complete system function.
- Ability to operate various hand and power tools.
- HVAC Diploma or an associated degree in electronics, mechanical systems, computer technology or similar field.
- Experience in HVAC controls systems, facilities management systems, peripheral equipment installation, servicing technique and Chillers
- Electrical experience would be an asset
- Computer skills with experience using Microsoft Office, email to produce organized material lists, complete electronic work orders, and run reports from software packages
- Minimum five years of experience in building control systems, construction, building maintenance and mechanical systems, including relevant experience troubleshooting and repairing BAS Systems (preferably experience working with Johnson Controls software)
- Knowledge of Windows Server 2003, MS Excel, MS Access, Visual Basic, Visio and HVAC related soft wares
- Bac net certified and metasys adx proficient ( successful applicants will be tested for proficiency in these applications)
- Basic math skills; be familiar with and have a working knowledge of equipment. Able to interpret simple to complex blueprints and schematics.
- Must have the physical ability to work in various conditions both indoors and outdoors; perform medium to heavy work such as lifting and carrying objects and/or equipment.
- Excellent communication and inter personal skills coupled with the ability to teach and motivate department personnel.
- Bilingualism (French and English) considered an asset.
Interested applicants must submit their résumé by Department of Human Resources, Timmins and District Hospital, 700 Ross Avenue East, Timmins, Ontario, P4N 8P2. Telephone (705) 267-6371; Fax (705) 360-6008; Attention: Kayla Kampman, email firstname.lastname@example.org .
Timmins and District Hospital will provide accommodations for applicants with disabilities during the recruitment process.
We thank all applicants for their response; however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.
We are committed to fostering an inclusive, equitable, and accessible environment supporting diversity in our workenvironment to provide quality care where all feel valued, respected, and supported. We are dedicated to building aworkforce reflective of the communities in which we live and serve and encourage Indigenous people, visibleminorities, and persons with disabilities to apply and self‑identify.
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