HVAC Lead Technician Oakwood - Req ID 3198
At Ohio Machinery Co., our employees take pride in building the world around them. From our Serviceman and Technicians keeping the equipment running, our knowledgeable sales staff helping maximize efficiency for our customers, our front-line workers preparing equipment and parts orders, to our support staff making sure everything runs smoothly internally. Our employees are making a difference, and you can too! Ohio Machinery offers a career path, great pay, and a truly comprehensive benefits package including retirement options (pension plan for Union employees, 401(k) Match for Non-Union employees), medical/dental/vision insurance options, spouses and children scholarship opportunities (through the Ohio Machinery Education and Opportunity Foundation), and many others.
JOB DESCRIPTION SUMMARY:
Troubleshoot and repair equipment in the rental fleet. Perform PM Service for equipment in the rental fleet. Help manufacturing and packaging all types of HVAC and rental products. Teach other technicians refrigeration techniques and train them for HVAC field service.
Technician Troubleshoot HVAC and Chiller systems.
Coach and develop other HVAC technicians in troubleshooting and repairing equipment. Develop a comprehensive preventative maintenance plan for maintaining our entire HVAC Fleet and for other technicians to follow.
Repair and make modifications to HVAC System. Analyze, Plan, and Perform Preventive Maintenance of HVAC and Chiller System. Maintain and repair pumps. Assist with Chiller packaging and design.
High School diploma. A two-year degree from recognized HVAC Tech School
Five-Ten years of experience as an HVAC Technician. Experience in a supervisory role of other technicians. EPA Universal Certification York, Carrier, or Trane Factory trained on Air-cooled Chillers 30 ton – 500 ton.
Able to read electrical schematics. Ability to organize work and meet deadlines. Strong verbal and written communication. Able to identify components in advanced refrigeration circuits. Understand how each component works. Able to diagnose and correct problems in the refrigeration circuits. Understand manifold gauge set. Understands refrigeration recovery, evacuation, and charging. Understands the installation and sizing of refrigerant piping.
Ability to lift and/or carry moderate weight (15-50 pounds), sit, stand, walk, climb stairs, reach, repetitive hand motions, hear, speak, some travel within the area and occasionally outside the area, may experience prolonged and irregular work hours, and work with frequent interruptions. The noise level in the work environment is usually quiet in office settings and moderate to loud in other situations, with both constant and sudden loud noises possible.
EEO, Veterans & Disabled Employer and VEVRAA/503 Federal Contractor