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Controls Programmers are experts at HVAC automation. They setup controllers to monitor data and code logic to help automate and optimize our customer's systems. Like Controls Technicians, Programmers have field duties but focus more on coding and user interfaces.
Manage, update, review and respond to alerts and alarms
Review and update control programs and operator interfaces for existing sites
Develop control programs and operator interfaces for new projects
Visit sites for repair work on network communication devices
Visit sites for testing of control systems with field technicians
Create and modify control diagrams in Visio
Fabricate new control panels in the controls shop
High school diploma, G.E.D. or equivalent
2 to 4 years in technical program and/or equivalent experience in Controls and HVAC service
HVAC & central plant system controls by either Tridium, Easy Io, ALC, Delta, Johnson Controls, Siemens, or Honeywell
IP and BACnet networking
Low voltage wiring
Logic programming and control diagrams
Starting up and testing of control systems
A Controls Technician spends most of their time in the field. They are experienced with programming controls software, but have an emphasis on setting up and troubleshooting both controls and HVAC hardware.
- Startup, testing, commissioning and servicing controls projects
- Troubleshoot, repair, and program control systems
- Receive and run controls service calls and PM tasks for controls with minimal assistance
- Provide training to customer on controls systems as directed
- Complete documentation, including but not limited to, timesheets, expense reports and service reports
- Conduct general tasks including, but not limited to, safety training, group meetings and maintaining tools and vehicle (if applicable)
- High school diploma, G.E.D. or equivalent
- HVAC service and Controls experience preferred
- Experience with installation, service, or maintenance of controls systems
- 2 to 4 years in technical program and/or equivalent experience in Controls and HVAC service
- Knowledge of HVAC and electrical systems. Basic mathematical abilities in all units of measure. Read blueprints and technical schematics as well as specification manuals.
A Project Manager or Engineer is an expert at organizing and planning HVAC projects. From acquiring a bid or sale, to maintaining customer relations, to overseeing a project's completion; a Project Manager/Engineer uses his leadership, planning, and technical abilities to lead successful operations.
Plan, organize and control all resources for the successful execution of a project
Lead project teams in the construction of projects ensuring project quality, schedule, budget, safety and exceptional client experience goals are met
Be the primary point of contact for owners
Negotiate contract agreements with clients, subcontractors and suppliers
Manage schedules, change orders, RFI and submittal process
Present monthly project process reports including cost reports updates, RFIs, submittals, safety and schedule reports to executive team leaders
Creating a winning strategy for Request for Proposal Responses (RFP's) and the formal presentation for a project.
Prepare detailed instructions to bidders, trade specific clarifications and comprehensive bid packages
Participate and often lead the preparation and presentation of budget information to the client
Bachelor's Degree in Construction Management, Civil Engineering or related field
5+ years of experience as a commercial construction Project Manager, preferably within our core market projects
Positive, high energy, and eager to learn and work in a fast-paced, extremely high-growth company
Interest in applying technology and innovation to improve efficiency and solve problems
A Service Technician is the backbone of maintenance operations. They spend most of their time out in the field, providing maintenance, installing or retrofitting HVAC systems, and responding to service requests in a timely manner.
- Skilled at diagnostics, repairs, and servicing of HVAC systems
- Adhere to all safety policies and procedures
- Communicate with office support and adhere to daily scheduling
- Complete appointments in a timely manner
- Must be able to communicate findings, and necessary repairs to customers
- Must be able to work independently without much supervision
- High school diploma, G.E.D. or equivalent
- 3+ years of experience servicing HVAC systems
- Must be able to follow directions from management and work independently
- Must be able to work well with a team
- Must have great attention to detail
- Ability to perform physically demanding work on a regular basis
- Provide exceptional customer service to our customers on a daily basis
- Mechanical aptitude
- EPA & NATE certified strongly preferred
A pipefitter is a tradesperson who installs, assembles, fabricates, maintains and repairs mechanical piping systems. Pipefitters usually begin as helpers or apprentices. Journeyman pipefitters deal with industrial/commercial/marine piping and heating/cooling systems.
- Use appropriate hand (i.e. wrap around) and power tools (i.e. grinders) to fit and install all types of pipe and/or similar tubular products
- Have working knowledge of all types of pipe and piping systems, including butt welded, socket welded, threaded, Victaulic, grooved, glued and fused joints
- Be able to work with carbon steel, stainless steel, PVC, poly, copper, and various high pressure/temperature alloys
- Proficient in the use of bevellers, threaders and other end prep machines
- Cut or drill holes in walls to permit passage of pipes
- Select specified type and size of pipe
- Mount pipe hangers and brackets on walls and ceilings to hold pipe
- Install valves, couplings and other fittings
- Disassemble and remove damaged or worn pipe
- Erect necessary scaffolding
- Lift, position and secure materials and work pieces during installation and install all other items in accordance with the applicable plans and specifications
- Preferred candidates will have 3-5 years verifiable pipe fitting experience
- Must be able to perform job tasks without direct supervision, have positive attitude and communicate effectively
- Strong mechanical background a plus
- Detail-oriented. Proven ability to read and interpret blueprints and specs accurately
Sheet Metal Worker
Main Job Functions/Requirements:
- Execution of mechanical projects including the installation, change-out, upgrade, and maintenance of all type of commercial and industrial HVAC systems, components, and assemblies. This may include hydronic, chilled water systems, DX, forced air, heat pump, VAV, Constant Volume, Exhaust, Heat Recovery, Sheet Metal Ducting, building automation controls and various related mechanical systems)
- Wire both line and low voltage to heating and cooling equipment
- Install copper refrigerant lines to air conditioning units, including soldering and brazing.
- Install sheet metal and flex duct systems in commercial buildings
- Properly connect gas lines to heating equipment
- Work safely following company policies
- Managing and/or contributing to project on-time and on-budget performance.
- Ability to work independently or as part of a team as required. May be required to assist in the direction of others
- Maintaining tools, supplies and equipment.
- Diagnosing and troubleshooting HVACR equipment
- Maintaining a high standard of mechanical installation practices
- Following written project installation plans
- Flexibility to work extended shifts (e.g. early mornings and late nights)
- Must have clean driving record and pass background check /Pass Motor Vehicle Report (MVR)
- Must be able to lift 50lbs. Compensation Package
- Salary = Depending upon experience
- Benefits = Union (Medical, Dental, Vision, and 401k) after probationary period