Licensed Refrigeration Mechanic Lead - Facility Management
Seattle, WA · Construction/Facilities
Position Overview: As a Licensed Refrigeration Mechanic Lead, you will act as a resource person for other employees. You will also serve as a contact person in the absence of a supervisor/manage and may train or communicate instructions to other employees, perform minor scheduling, and inspect work to separate acceptable work from unacceptable. Does not hire, fire, discipline, promote, demote, transfer or appraise performance.
In this position you will:
Troubleshoot, maintain and repair all built-up heating and cooling systems, including Chillers, Cooling Towers, Heat Exchangers, AHUs, pumps, motors, VAVs, Fan coils, Valves (pneumatic and DDC), VFDs, and all associated controls.
Perform preventive maintenance of all equipment on site. Adjusts, repairs, or replaces thermostats, relays, sensors, pumps, valves, electric motors, fans, dampers, belts, and pulleys.
Ability to perform code red drills.
Basic certification in HVAC from an accredited trade school
4 years of experience in refrigeration / HVAC repair, or equivalent
Solid background in the use of common and sophisticated tools and systems
Must have considerable knowledge of the practices, methods, materials, and equipment used in refrigeration / HVAC maintenance and advanced knowledge of the different types of HVAC and refrigeration systems
Licenses and Certifications
Certified in LOTO and required PPE
Licensed Refrigeration Mechanic Class A or C
Preferred qualifications for this position include:
H.S. Diploma or GED
Two year trade school certificate emphasizing HVAC, electrical and building control systems
Medical, dental and vision insurance coverage that start on your first day
Retirement program that helps you prepare for your future
Life and AD&D insurance
Health Reimbursement and Savings Accounts (HRA, HSA, FSA)
Health assessment and personal coaching to help you meet your goals
Incentives for participation in healthy activities
Caregiver Assistance Program (for employees) offering work/life services, resources and expertise when you need it
Weight management, tobacco cessation and diabetes programs
Volunteers in Partnership program to match you with volunteer opportunities that support our communities
Support for life events such as birth, adoption, marriage or other changes to your family
Ergonomics and injury prevention to promote safe work environments
Paid time off
Tuition reimbursement to support your education as you tackle your career goals