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  • Tech I/II, HVACR (2nd Shift)
    Preventive Maintenance
    Auburn University

    Job Summary
    Level I (Grade 31: $31,300 – $52,100): Under close supervision, performs routine repairs and preventive maintenance to a variety of building heating, ventilating, air conditioning, and refrigeration (HVACR) equipment.

    Level II (Grade 33: $39,300 – $65,500): Under general supervision, responsible for performing routine installation, replacement, or repairs to a variety of building heating, ventilating, air conditioning, and refrigeration (HVACR) equipment.

    Essential Functions
    Level I: (1) Performs routine repairs and preventive maintenance to a variety of building heating, ventilating, air conditioning, and refrigeration (HVACR) equipment including air handling units, chillers, heat pumps, exhaust fans, fan coil units, variable air volume boxes, motors, pumps, air distribution machinery, pneumatic and digital controls, hot and chilled water distribution and variable volume systems. Performs seasonal transitions of systems to and from heating and cooling. (2) Performs basic repairs of HVACR systems and equipment including air handling units, chillers, heat pumps, exhaust fans, fan coils units, variable air volume boxes, motors, pumps, air distribution machinery, pneumatic and digital controls, hot and chilled water distribution and variable volume systems. (3) Assists in major component replacement and systems repairs under the supervision of higher level technicians. Assists in executing HVACR system repair projects, such as the replacement of air handling units, chillers, or boilers as well as emergency repair efforts to repair such units. (4) May be responsible for meeting and maintaining training and certification requirements as outlined by the Auburn University Facilities Management Policy: “Training, Education, and Certification Requirements for Mechanical and Electrical Trades Personnel.” (5) May be required to serve in an on-call status and remain work-ready when scheduled for an on-call period or rotation. Work-ready status requires an employee to return to the worksite within forty-five minutes while being physically and mentally unimpaired and fit for duty, able to safely perform all essential job functions with no risk to self, coworkers, students, public, or property.

    Level II: (1) Performs installation, replacement, or repairs to a variety of building heating, ventilating, air conditioning, and refrigeration (HVACR) equipment including: refrigeration, air conditioning, electric motors, heating units, heat pumps, hermetic compressors, light commercial furnaces, boilers, burners, intake and exhaust fans, economizers, humidifiers, capacity controls, semi-hermetic compressors, split systems, flame safeguard controls, air compressors, air driers, and packaged units. (2) Assists in planning, scheduling, and executing major HVACR system repair projects, such as the replacement of air handling units, chillers, or boilers and to lead emergency repair efforts to repair such units. (3) Inspects and troubleshoots HVACR systems and their components (e.g. air handling units, chillers, heat exchanges, heating units, building exhaust fans, ventilation equipment, etc.) for the purpose of evaluating operating status and material condition, identifying necessary repairs and recommending a proper course of action. (4) Oversees and plans assigned work orders using Facilities Management AIM work order system to prioritize and schedule work to best meet the need of Auburn University and its customers. Identifies options, develops solutions, and takes action when responding to customer requests. (5) May be responsible for meeting and maintaining training and certification requirements as outlined by the Auburn University Facilities Management Policy: “Training, Education, and Certification Requirements for Mechanical and Electrical Trades Personnel.” (6) May be required to serve in an on-call status and remain work-ready when scheduled for an on- call period or rotation. Work-ready status requires an employee to return to the worksite within forty- five minutes while being physically and mentally unimpaired and fit for duty, able to safely perform all essential job functions with no risk to self, coworkers, students, public, or property.
 


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