Commercial HVACR Service and Start-Up Technician

Location Long Beach
Discipline: Service Technician
Contact name: Eric Dickerson

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Job ref: 7214
Published: 7 months ago
Job Title: Commercial HVACR Service and Start-Up Technician

Location: Long Beach, CA

Job Summary:

We are currently seeking a highly skilled Commercial HVAC Service and Start-Up Technician to join our team in Long Beach, CA. The ideal candidate should have extensive experience in commercial HVAC service, with expertise in working on large RTUs, chillers, boilers, and VRF systems. Local candidates with a stable work history and EPA Universal certification are encouraged to apply.

  • Service and Maintenance: Conduct routine service and maintenance tasks on commercial HVAC systems to ensure optimal performance.
  • Start-Up Procedures: Execute start-up procedures for newly installed HVAC equipment, troubleshooting and resolving issues as needed.
  • Diagnostic Testing: Perform diagnostic tests on HVAC systems to identify and address malfunctions and inefficiencies.
  • Repairs: Carry out repairs on components and systems, replacing faulty parts and ensuring the integrity of the entire HVAC system.
  • Large Equipment Experience: Work on large rooftop units (RTUs), chillers, boilers, and Variable Refrigerant Flow (VRF) systems.
  • Emergency Response: Respond promptly to emergency service calls, providing timely and effective solutions to minimize downtime.
  • EPA Compliance: Ensure compliance with EPA regulations, following environmentally responsible practices in refrigerant handling.
  • Documentation: Maintain accurate records of service activities, including equipment status, repairs, and maintenance performed.

  • Local Residency: Based in Long Beach, CA.
  • Experience: Minimum of 5 years in commercial HVAC service with a focus on large systems.
  • Technical Expertise: Proficient in servicing and troubleshooting large RTUs, chillers, boilers, and VRF systems.
  • Stable Work History: Demonstrated stability in previous roles, showcasing reliability and commitment.
  • EPA Universal Certification: Possession of EPA Universal certification for responsible refrigerant handling.
  • Problem-Solving Skills: Strong analytical and problem-solving abilities to diagnose and address HVAC issues.
  • Safety Conscious: Adherence to safety protocols and guidelines in all service and maintenance activities.
  • Communication Skills: Effective communication skills to interact with clients and provide clear service reports.