Commercial HVAC Technician (EENA)
Engineering Excellence combines professional engineering talent with hands-on technical expertise to provide cost-effective solutions for the design, maintenance and long range operation of mechanical systems. Engineering Excellence offers National Account services in all 50 states and self performs as a regional contractor in Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Ohio, West Virginia and Wisconsin.
Commercial HVAC Technician
As a Service Technician you will provide maintenance, install, startups and troubleshoot, diagnose, and repair various commercial/industrial heating and cooling systems. You will also meet with customers, evaluate needs and make recommendations.
The qualified candidate must have at least 5 years’ experience in the service & repair of roof-top units and on all types of commercial HVAC equipment; a high school diploma/GED, CFC certification or HVAC related journeymen license or equivalent industrial/commercial experience; EPA Universal license, a thorough understanding of basic refrigeration & heating systems part/components and their applications; and a valid Driver’s license.
Team work is a priority and Technicians must be willing to work with and assist co-workers as needed, in addition to working an “On-Call" rotation and taking emergency after hour service requests. Willingness and flexibility to travel is also required.
All employees must be able to pass our background check, drug-screen, and MVR driving record check.
Equal Opportunity Employer.
Health & Safety Roles & Responsibilities:
• Reports any unsafe acts, conditions and hazards to direct supervisor/manager immediately.
• Reports any contravention of legislation or company policy, procedure or program to direct supervisor/manager immediately.
• Corrects substandard acts or conditions within area of control.
• Uses and maintains appropriate personal protective equipment (PPE) as prescribed by company program(s) or procedure(s)
• Never removes or renders ineffective any safety guards, devices, or clothing prescribed to be in place or worn.
• Complies with the general rules as prescribed by company program(s) procedure(s)
• Operates devises or equipment as prescribed by company program(s) or procedure(s)
• Participates in any safety initiatives, teams, or committees.
• Reports all injuries or incidents as prescribed by company program(s) or procedure(s) immediately.
• Provides input on developing safety initiatives and plans to eliminate exposures that could cause accidents.
• Does not perform acts that may endanger the safety or well being of others
• Does not engage in any pranks, contests, or rough boisterous behavior.
• Works in compliance with applicable legislative requirement.