Supervising Heating, Ventilating, Air Conditioning (HVAC) Service Engineer, Provisional
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|Title of Position||Supervising Heating, Ventilating, Air Conditioning (HVAC) Service Engineer, Provisional|
|Organizational Unit||State Street Facility|
|Position Type||Support Staff|
|Position Status||Full Time, Provisional|
|Hours||6:00AM – 2:00PM Monday-Friday|
|Special instructions regarding transcripts|
|Examples of Duties & Responsibilities||
• This is a responsible service position in which the incumbent is in charge of the staff for the downtown campus steam and chilled water plant. Employees of this class are distinguished from Assistant Stationary Engineers by virtue of the expanded scope of work with emphasis on major repairs, installations, service and operations versus the routine operations and minor repairs assigned to the Assistant Stationary Engineers. The employee reports directly to and works under general supervision from the Building Manager and supervision is exercised over Stationary and HVAC Service Engineers. Does related work as required.
• Must currently hold the Monroe County Civil Service title of Supervising, HVAC Service Engineer or meet the following minimum qualifications to be eligible to take the next exam given for this title.
Thorough knowledge of HVAC systems including Energy Management Systems, operation and repair of refrigeration equipment, electrical equipment, boilers and heat pumps; thorough knowledge of types of equipment and appropriate servicing needs of systems; thorough knowledge of mechanical principles; thorough knowledge of possible dangers to health and safety such as asbestos, insulation wastes, chemicals, etc.; thorough knowledge of existing
HVAC equipment and how it works; thorough knowledge of heating and cooling systems ; thorough knowledge of College safety, regulations and devices; thorough knowledge of resources for safety information; ability to analyze servicing needs and provide verbal and written descriptions of problems and observations; ability to analyze servicing needs and provide verbal and written descriptions of problems and observations; ability to read warranty specifications, blue-prints installation manuals, maintenance manuals, wiring and piping schematics, flyers and technical books; ability to apply appropriate information to present systems, problems in installation, future servicing, etc.; ability to add, subtract, multiply and divide as used in mathematical formulas; ability to relate mechanical principles to problems; ability to observe and analyze jobs; supervisory ability; mechanical ability; health commensurate with the demands of the position.
Class 7G Cooling tower license
|To be fully considered, supply all requested documents by this date||03/12/2017|
|Special Instructions to Applicants||
Attaching a cover letter and resume are optional and a link will be provided for attachment.
- Cover Letter
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