Troubleshoot, maintain, and repair, various systems to include, but not limited to, ice machines, freezers, cold rooms, refrigerators, air handlers, fans, pumps, air supply units, A/C units, heat pumps in accordance with authorities having jurisdiction and OHSU policies, procedures and service level agreement.Charges systems with refrigerant, test coils, valves and connections to assure system is leak proof and properly adjusted; solders or welds refrigeration equipment and related components; performs field maintenance or repair on stationary units and shop repair on portable units.
Building Automation Controls:
Operate, maintain, and repair BAS and associated control devices associated with HVAC systems.
Maintain Parts, Aero Scout Temperature Tracking and Equipment Inventory
Administrative Duties: Prepares job estimates; keeps accurate record of tests, inspections, repairs and equipment replacement; orders new HVAC/refrigeration parts, supplies, and equipment and maintains parts inventory, obtains parts from offsite vendors using company vehicles, and transports parts and units on site using company vehicle; sets priorities for service requests, trains other employees on technical info required to perform maintenance on HVAC/refrigeration systems and control systems, attending meetings related to changes and impacts to the HVAC/refrigeration systems. Daily work time entry into eAM.
Assumes role as primary customer service representative for all Facilities & Logistics operations and services on assigned Work Orders, responding to both internal and external customers in a timely, effective, and professional manner, developing positive working relationships.
General Building Maintenance:
Provide backup for Facilities Technicians as necessary.
Working conditions may include working outside in inclement weather, walking, standing, bending and stooping for extended periods of time, lifting carrying heavy objects, crawling in small cramped spaces, working from ladders, scaffolds and other above ground locations including high sloping roofs. Working in extreme temperatures, around moving machinery, and in confined spaces containing high levels of of noise dust and odors could be expected. There is some risk of exposure to dirt, biological, chemical and radiological materials or danger of steam or hot water burns, electric shock, infection or minor injuries that could require the use of OSHA approved Personal Protective Equipment. Normal duties require 40 hours per week. The position does require the ability if the incumbent to be able to respond to on-call assignments, overtime, and after hours or emergency call-backs as needed.
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