HVAC Technician - 3rd shift in Greenwood, Mississippi

Date Posted: 7/16/2019

Job Snapshot

Employee Type: Full-time
Job Type: Manufacturing
Date Posted: 7/16/2019

Job Description

The HVAC Technician is responsible for performing maintenance services and repairs in the areas of HVAC systems, plumbing, carpentry, plastering, machine servicing, and electrical.

 

Duties and Responsibilities

  • PLC systems for HVAC
  • HVAC System repairs / upgrades
  • Maintain Freon usage Log
  • Ventilation system installations & maintenance
  • Gas distribution line install / maintenance
  • Machine repair
  • Troubleshoot and correct setups, tooling and malfunctions
  • Operate the personnel lifts
  • Operate forklifts
  • Perform repairs and adaptions of equipment, such as; changing air, grease and coolant lines, switches, belts, guards
  • Fabricate miscellaneous items out of wood, metal and Plexiglas
  • Build or fabricate labels, devices, etc. to improve quality and production
  • Use hand and power tools
  • Move equipment
  • Plumbing, welding, construction of metal/wood, brazing, soldering, maintenance and inventory supply check in / out using CMMS system
  • Lookup MRO parts using CMMS system, if not available provide all relevant information to clerk, engineer or manager for prompt order of repair parts and rebuild machines as required
  • All non-routine machine maintenance and upkeep machines as required
  • Evaluate / repair / replace electrical motors and component
  • Wire machines
  • Install new equipment to meet all production needs
  • Basic PLC maintenance
  • Adhere to all safety requirements in the work area
  • Practice 5Ss

 

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities

  • Understand and follow verbal and written instructions, as well as drawings and blueprints
  • Certified fork lift operator
  • Welding
  • Industrial electricity/wiring
  • ARI EPA Certification for purchase / use of Freon

 

Education and Experience Requirements

  • 40 semester hours of industrial trade training or 5 years HVAC experience
  • Qualified electrician and basic electronics

Physical and Weight Lifting Demands

The physical and weight lifting demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

 

Frequency

Letter Code

Defined as

Never

N

 

Infrequent

I

Up to 1 hour per day

Occasionally

O

1 to 2 hours per day

Frequently

F

2 to 5 hours per day

Continuously

C

6+ hours per day

 

Physical Task

Frequency

Reason for Physical Actions

Stand

C

Standing work

Sit

I

 

Walk

O

To walk between departments

Bend/Twist

F

To gain visual access to equipment

Push / Pull

I

As needed to install, repair, operate and maintain equipment

Climb (stairs, ladders)

I

To access upper level of facility

Reach

F

To gain access to equipment

Lift

F

As needed to install, repair, operate and maintain equipment

Carry

I

 

Grasp/Grip

F

To use both hands to grasp and handle tools and equipment

Repetitive Motions

F

As needed to install, repair, operate and maintain equipment

Kneel/Crawl

I

Equipment repairs

Run

N

 

Jump

N

 

Rapid work speed

F

To ensure efficient production

Filing

I

 

Finger movement

F

Manual dexterity to install, repair, operate and maintain equipment

Keyboard use

I

CMMS system

Close vision

C

To see serial numbers on equipment/service plates

Color vision

F

To judge colors on parts and equipment

Depth perception

N

 

Far vision

I

 

Hear

C

To communicate with others and listen to equipment operation

Talk

F

To communicate with others

Smell

I

To detect electrical burning

Touch

O

Fine touch to discriminate texture

Temperature

C

Able to work in various temperatures

 

 

Amount of Weight

Frequency

Reason for Action

Up to 30 pounds

O

To move tools

Up to 15 pounds

F

Tool weight at pack out

Personal Protective Equipment

 

Equipment

Frequency

Reason

Safety glasses

C

To protect eyes

Leather shoes

C

To protect feet

Gloves

F

To protect hands

Ear Plugs

I

To protect hearing

 

 

The HVAC Technician is responsible for performing maintenance services and repairs in the areas of HVAC systems, plumbing, carpentry, plastering, machine servicing, and electrical.

 

Duties and Responsibilities

  • PLC systems for HVAC
  • HVAC System repairs / upgrades
  • Maintain Freon usage Log
  • Ventilation system installations & maintenance
  • Gas distribution line install / maintenance
  • Machine repair
  • Troubleshoot and correct setups, tooling and malfunctions
  • Operate the personnel lifts
  • Operate forklifts
  • Perform repairs and adaptions of equipment, such as; changing air, grease and coolant lines, switches, belts, guards
  • Fabricate miscellaneous items out of wood, metal and Plexiglas
  • Build or fabricate labels, devices, etc. to improve quality and production
  • Use hand and power tools
  • Move equipment
  • Plumbing, welding, construction of metal/wood, brazing, soldering, maintenance and inventory supply check in / out using CMMS system
  • Lookup MRO parts using CMMS system, if not available provide all relevant information to clerk, engineer or manager for prompt order of repair parts and rebuild machines as required
  • All non-routine machine maintenance and upkeep machines as required
  • Evaluate / repair / replace electrical motors and component
  • Wire machines
  • Install new equipment to meet all production needs
  • Basic PLC maintenance
  • Adhere to all safety requirements in the work area
  • Practice 5Ss

 

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities

  • Understand and follow verbal and written instructions, as well as drawings and blueprints
  • Certified fork lift operator
  • Welding
  • Industrial electricity/wiring
  • ARI EPA Certification for purchase / use of Freon

 

Education and Experience Requirements

  • 40 semester hours of industrial trade training or 5 years HVAC experience
  • Qualified electrician and basic electronics

Physical and Weight Lifting Demands

The physical and weight lifting demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

 

Frequency

Letter Code

Defined as

Never

N

 

Infrequent

I

Up to 1 hour per day

Occasionally

O

1 to 2 hours per day

Frequently

F

2 to 5 hours per day

Continuously

C

6+ hours per day

 

Physical Task

Frequency

Reason for Physical Actions

Stand

C

Standing work

Sit

I

 

Walk

O

To walk between departments

Bend/Twist

F

To gain visual access to equipment

Push / Pull

I

As needed to install, repair, operate and maintain equipment

Climb (stairs, ladders)

I

To access upper level of facility

Reach

F

To gain access to equipment

Lift

F

As needed to install, repair, operate and maintain equipment

Carry

I

 

Grasp/Grip

F

To use both hands to grasp and handle tools and equipment

Repetitive Motions

F

As needed to install, repair, operate and maintain equipment

Kneel/Crawl

I

Equipment repairs

Run

N

 

Jump

N

 

Rapid work speed

F

To ensure efficient production

Filing

I

 

Finger movement

F

Manual dexterity to install, repair, operate and maintain equipment

Keyboard use

I

CMMS system

Close vision

C

To see serial numbers on equipment/service plates

Color vision

F

To judge colors on parts and equipment

Depth perception

N

 

Far vision

I

 

Hear

C

To communicate with others and listen to equipment operation

Talk

F

To communicate with others

Smell

I

To detect electrical burning

Touch

O

Fine touch to discriminate texture

Temperature

C

Able to work in various temperatures

 

 

Amount of Weight

Frequency

Reason for Action

Up to 30 pounds

O

To move tools

Up to 15 pounds

F

Tool weight at pack out

Personal Protective Equipment

 

Equipment

Frequency

Reason

Safety glasses

C

To protect eyes

Leather shoes

C

To protect feet

Gloves

F

To protect hands

Ear Plugs

I

To protect hearing

 

 

 

The HVAC Technician is responsible for performing maintenance services and repairs in the areas of HVAC systems, plumbing, carpentry, plastering, machine servicing, and electrical.

 

Duties and Responsibilities

  • PLC systems for HVAC
  • HVAC System repairs / upgrades
  • Maintain Freon usage Log
  • Ventilation system installations & maintenance
  • Gas distribution line install / maintenance
  • Machine repair
  • Troubleshoot and correct setups, tooling and malfunctions
  • Operate the personnel lifts
  • Operate forklifts
  • Perform repairs and adaptions of equipment, such as; changing air, grease and coolant lines, switches, belts, guards
  • Fabricate miscellaneous items out of wood, metal and Plexiglas
  • Build or fabricate labels, devices, etc. to improve quality and production
  • Use hand and power tools
  • Move equipment
  • Plumbing, welding, construction of metal/wood, brazing, soldering, maintenance and inventory supply check in / out using CMMS system
  • Lookup MRO parts using CMMS system, if not available provide all relevant information to clerk, engineer or manager for prompt order of repair parts and rebuild machines as required
  • All non-routine machine maintenance and upkeep machines as required
  • Evaluate / repair / replace electrical motors and component
  • Wire machines
  • Install new equipment to meet all production needs
  • Basic PLC maintenance
  • Adhere to all safety requirements in the work area
  • Practice 5Ss

 

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities

  • Understand and follow verbal and written instructions, as well as drawings and blueprints
  • Certified fork lift operator
  • Welding
  • Industrial electricity/wiring
  • ARI EPA Certification for purchase / use of Freon

 

Education and Experience Requirements

  • 40 semester hours of industrial trade training or 5 years HVAC experience
  • Qualified electrician and basic electronics

Physical and Weight Lifting Demands

The physical and weight lifting demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

 

Frequency

Letter Code

Defined as

Never

N

 

Infrequent

I

Up to 1 hour per day

Occasionally

O

1 to 2 hours per day

Frequently

F

2 to 5 hours per day

Continuously

C

6+ hours per day

 

Physical Task

Frequency

Reason for Physical Actions

Stand

C

Standing work

Sit

I

 

Walk

O

To walk between departments

Bend/Twist

F

To gain visual access to equipment

Push / Pull

I

As needed to install, repair, operate and maintain equipment

Climb (stairs, ladders)

I

To access upper level of facility

Reach

F

To gain access to equipment

Lift

F

As needed to install, repair, operate and maintain equipment

Carry

I

 

Grasp/Grip

F

To use both hands to grasp and handle tools and equipment

Repetitive Motions

F

As needed to install, repair, operate and maintain equipment

Kneel/Crawl

I

Equipment repairs

Run

N

 

Jump

N

 

Rapid work speed

F

To ensure efficient production

Filing

I

 

Finger movement

F

Manual dexterity to install, repair, operate and maintain equipment

Keyboard use

I

CMMS system

Close vision

C

To see serial numbers on equipment/service plates

Color vision

F

To judge colors on parts and equipment

Depth perception

N

 

Far vision

I

 

Hear

C

To communicate with others and listen to equipment operation

Talk

F

To communicate with others

Smell

I

To detect electrical burning

Touch

O

Fine touch to discriminate texture

Temperature

C

Able to work in various temperatures

 

 

Amount of Weight

Frequency

Reason for Action

Up to 30 pounds

O

To move tools

Up to 15 pounds

F

Tool weight at pack out

Personal Protective Equipment

 

Equipment

Frequency

Reason

Safety glasses

C

To protect eyes

Leather shoes

C

To protect feet

Gloves

F

To protect hands

Ear Plugs

I

To protect hearing

 

 

 

 

The HVAC Technician is responsible for performing maintenance services and repairs in the areas of HVAC systems, plumbing, carpentry, plastering, machine servicing, and electrical.

 

Duties and Responsibilities

  • PLC systems for HVAC
  • HVAC System repairs / upgrades
  • Maintain Freon usage Log
  • Ventilation system installations & maintenance
  • Gas distribution line install / maintenance
  • Machine repair
  • Troubleshoot and correct setups, tooling and malfunctions
  • Operate the personnel lifts
  • Operate forklifts
  • Perform repairs and adaptions of equipment, such as; changing air, grease and coolant lines, switches, belts, guards
  • Fabricate miscellaneous items out of wood, metal and Plexiglas
  • Build or fabricate labels, devices, etc. to improve quality and production
  • Use hand and power tools
  • Move equipment
  • Plumbing, welding, construction of metal/wood, brazing, soldering, maintenance and inventory supply check in / out using CMMS system
  • Lookup MRO parts using CMMS system, if not available provide all relevant information to clerk, engineer or manager for prompt order of repair parts and rebuild machines as required
  • All non-routine machine maintenance and upkeep machines as required
  • Evaluate / repair / replace electrical motors and component
  • Wire machines
  • Install new equipment to meet all production needs
  • Basic PLC maintenance
  • Adhere to all safety requirements in the work area
  • Practice 5Ss

 

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities

  • Understand and follow verbal and written instructions, as well as drawings and blueprints
  • Certified fork lift operator
  • Welding
  • Industrial electricity/wiring
  • ARI EPA Certification for purchase / use of Freon

 

Education and Experience Requirements

  • 40 semester hours of industrial trade training or 5 years HVAC experience
  • Qualified electrician and basic electronics

 

 

 

Physical and Weight Lifting Demands

The physical and weight lifting demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

 

Frequency

Letter Code

Defined as

Never

N

 

Infrequent

I

Up to 1 hour per day

Occasionally

O

1 to 2 hours per day

Frequently

F

2 to 5 hours per day

Continuously

C

6+ hours per day

 

Physical Task

Frequency

Reason for Physical Actions

Stand

C

Standing work

Sit

I

 

Walk

O

To walk between departments

Bend/Twist

F

To gain visual access to equipment

Push / Pull

I

As needed to install, repair, operate and maintain equipment

Climb (stairs, ladders)

I

To access upper level of facility

Reach

F

To gain access to equipment

Lift

F

As needed to install, repair, operate and maintain equipment

Carry

I

 

Grasp/Grip

F

To use both hands to grasp and handle tools and equipment

Repetitive Motions

F

As needed to install, repair, operate and maintain equipment

Kneel/Crawl

I

Equipment repairs

Run

N

 

Jump

N

 

Rapid work speed

F

To ensure efficient production

Filing

I

 

Finger movement

F

Manual dexterity to install, repair, operate and maintain equipment

Keyboard use

I

CMMS system

Close vision

C

To see serial numbers on equipment/service plates

Color vision

F

To judge colors on parts and equipment

Depth perception

N

 

Far vision

I

 

Hear

C

To communicate with others and listen to equipment operation

Talk

F

To communicate with others

Smell

I

To detect electrical burning

Touch

O

Fine touch to discriminate texture

Temperature

C

Able to work in various temperatures

 

 

Amount of Weight

Frequency

Reason for Action

Up to 30 pounds

O

To move tools

Up to 15 pounds

F

Tool weight at pack out

Personal Protective Equipment

 

Equipment

Frequency

Reason

Safety glasses

C

To protect eyes

Leather shoes

C

To protect feet

Gloves

F

To protect hands

Ear Plugs

I

To protect hearing

 

 

 

 

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