The HVAC Technician shall be responsible for the installation, maintenance, and repair of electrical systems, apparatus, electrical and electronic components of heating, ventilation, air conditioning (HVAC) equipment and the site by following electrical codes, manuals, schematic diagrams, blueprints and other specifications. Involves the hands-on assembly, disassembly of component parts and machinery in accordance with diagrams, sketches, operation manuals and manufacturers specifications. All duties are to be performed within the guidelines of the Seneca Nation of Indians policies and procedures.
1. High School Diploma
2. Must possess and retain an ARI Certification for HVAC Technician-type: universal
3. Hands-on HVAC experience. Knowledge and experience in commercial HVAC applications a must.
4. Must be well versed in the interpretation of the National Electrical Code, the New York State Uniform Building Code, National Fire Prevention Association and Occupational safety and Health Association: a plus
• HVAC: a working knowledge of HVAC is essential, specifically air cooled units and knowledge of air flow. Thorough understanding of controls, chillers, generators, air filtration, dust collection and HEPA filtering systems, pipefitting and sheet metal installation and repairs
• Electrical: Must have an in-depth experience in commercial/industrial systems, 480/280V 3-Ph system; 3-Ph motor wiring, motor and electrical control systems and conduit runs.
• Plumbing: Proficient in copper, PVC and T&C piping. Must know how to run pipe and use the tools necessary to the field. Copper sweating proficiency expected.
5. Able to read, interpret, and implement the intent of architectural, engineering and design drawings in all phases of building construction.
6. Experienced overseeing work performed by subcontractors to insure compliance with contract specifications and documents. Organize job plans, work and direct other employees co-working on joint projects and monitoring the job progress.
7. Broad HVAC training, using testing equipment, gauges, drawings, schematics, various precision instruments and required tools of the field. Knowledge and experience in subjects such as blueprint reading, electrical theory, electronics, mathematics, mechanical drawing, electrical code requirements, safety and first aid practices, welding, fire alarm systems, HVAC-heating, ventilation and air conditioning and plumbing: a plus.
8. Must be knowledgeable in the operation and use of hand tools when working on HVAC projects. Tools generally used are: screwdrivers, knives, hacksaws and testing equipment such as particle counter, aerosol generator, voltmeter, micro manometer, oscilloscopes, ammeters and test lamps.