Clark County School District
Las Vegas, Nevada 89121, United States
CLARK COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT
HUMAN RESOURCES DIVISION
HVACR TECHNICIAN I
Class Code: 7040
Job Family: Skilled Trades/Technicians Classification: Support Staff
Terms of Employment: Pay Grade 54 on the Support Staff Salary Schedule FLSA STATUS: NON-EXEMPT
Under general supervision, installs, repairs, overhauls, and maintains residential and light commercial heating, ventilation, air conditioning, and refrigeration equipment.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
This list of Essential Duties and Responsibilities is not exhaustive and may be supplemented.
Installs, repairs, and maintains residential and light commercial heating, ventilating, air conditioning, and refrigeration (HVACR) equipment varying from split direct-expansion (DX), multizone, variable air volume (VAV) packaged systems, and their operating
Installs, repairs, and services natural and forced draft convection gas and electric heating equipment, space heaters, furnaces, heat exchangers, gas valves, blower motors, regulators, controls and circular
Installs, repairs, and services pumps and blowers of evaporative-cooling equipment and associating controls.
Responsible for safe handling and disposal of hazardous waste materials as they relate to refrigerants and refrigerant
Services and repairs walk-in/reach-in refrigerators/freezers, counter top and under-the-counter refrigerators/freezers, milk boxes, ice machines, shake machines, and residential refrigerators/freezers.
Operates on-site pneumatic electric and electronic control systems for HVACR
May assist HVACR Technician II's and System Control Technician's with chillers from 50 tons and higher, hydronic systems, electrical and electronic controlled systems, variable frequency drive (VFDs), air handlers, pumps and pump alignments, and cooling tower
Performs preventive maintenance on all equipment listed
Inspects new equipment installations performed by contractors and reports status of work performed to supervisor and/or project
Provides outlines and diagrams for special installation of HVACR
Initiates work orders and requests for equipment and shop
Assists the Crane Operator with rigging and placement of
Demonstrates/instructs facility personnel on the operation, minor repair, and safety standards of HVACR control
Conforms to safety standards, as
Performs other tasks related to the position, as
Involves technical work in the installation, maintenance, and repairs on heating, air conditioning, and refrigeration equipment operating on low and high voltages and pressures.
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES (Position Expectation):
Knowledge of practices and procedures of HVACR
Knowledge of building
Knowledge of practices and procedures of the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Clean Air
Knowledge of electrical codes and
Ability to recognize, understand, interpret, and apply all local, state, federal, and national codes and regulations including, but not limited to: Uniform Building Code (UBC), Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), International Building Codes (IBC), Uniform Mechanical Code (UMC), Uniform Plumbing Code (UPC), National Fire Protection Association (NFPA), National Electrical Code (NEC), American Society of Heating, Refrigerating, and Air-Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE), Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), etc.
Ability to read and interpret blueprints, specifications, and
Ability to learn and apply operating
Ability to meet predetermined
Ability to read and interpret written and/or oral
Ability to plan and organize
Ability to safely move and relocate heavy
Ability to perform strenuous and physical
Ability to operate hand and power tools and
Ability to distinguish color-coded
Ability to work flexible hours or
Ability to work in confined
Ability to withstand heights and perform work
Ability to work cooperatively with employees, vendors and the
Ability to recognize and report hazards and apply safe work
Possess physical and mental stamina commensurate with the responsibilities of the
EXAMPLES OF ASSIGNED WORK AREAS:
Clark County School District facilities - schools (i.e., classrooms, cafeterias, offices, boiler rooms, facility roof tops, etc.), construction sites, etc.
Strength: Medium/Heavy - Exert force 50-100 lbs., occasionally; 25-50 lbs., frequently; or up 10-20 lbs., constantly.
Physical Demands: Frequent sitting, standing, walking, pushing, pulling, stopping, kneeling, climbing, crouching, reaching, handling, and repetitive fine motor activities. Mobility to work in a typical office setting and use standard office equipment. Stamina to remain seated and maintain concentration for an extended period of time. Hearing and speech to communicate in person, via video conference and computers, or over the telephone. Vision: Frequent near and far acuity, and color vision. Vision to read printed and online materials, a Video Display Terminal (VDT) screen, or other monitoring devices.
Environmental Conditions: Varies from a climate-controlled office setting to work outdoors with temperatures ranging from mild/moderate to extreme cold/heat. Exposure to noise intensity levels ranging from moderate to loud and occasional to frequent time periods and frequent electrical shock hazards.
Hazards: Furniture, playground/office equipment, communicable diseases, chemicals (as related to specific assignment), and power/hand operated equipment and machinery (as related to specific assignment).
EXAMPLES OF EQUIPMENT/SUPPLIES USED TO PERFORM TASKS:
District-issued vehicles, various ladders, analog and digital temperature analyzers, eye and hearing protection equipment, electronic refrigerant leak detectors, pressure/vacuum pumps, oxy-acetylene welding/cutting equipment, megohm meters, analog and digital volt ohm/amp meters, pneumatic calibration gauge kits, motorized forklifts, chain hoists, refrigerant reclamation equipment, mobile hand held radios, hand and power tools, etc.
Minimum experience or requirements:
Education, Training, and Experience:
High school graduation or other equivalent (i.e., General Educational Development (GED), foreign equivalency, ).
Completion of apprenticeship or journeyman certification as an HVACR technician; or, Four (4) years experience as an HVACR technician; or,
A combination of HVACR technical training and experience (minimum of two (2) years HVACR experience) equivalent to four (4) years will be accepted in lieu of the four (4) years experience required.
Licenses and Certificates:
A valid driver’s license that allows the applicant/employee to legally operate a motor vehicle in Nevada. License must be maintained for the duration of the
Copy of driving history issued by the Department of Motor Vehicles at time of application or Qualified Selection Pool (QSP) placement and at time of interview prior to final
Apprenticeship and/or journeyman certificate/card, if
Certification as a Universal Refrigerant Handler in accordance with EPA Federal Regulation 40 Code of Federal Regulation (CFR) part 82, subpart Must be maintained for the duration of the assignment.
Forklift certification from the Clark County School District. If certificate is not in possession at time of application or QSP request, it must be obtained within five (5) months of hire into position. Certification must be maintained for the duration of the
DOCUMENT(S) REQUIRED AT TIME OF APPLICATION:
High school transcript or other equivalent (i.e., GED, foreign equivalency, ).
Apprenticeship and/or journeyman certificate/card, if
A valid driver’s license that allows the applicant / employee to legally operate a motor vehicle in
Current copy of driving history issued by the Department of Motor
Certification as a Universal Refrigerant Handler in accordance with EPA Federal Regulation 40 CFR part 82, subpart
Specific documented evidence of training and experience to satisfy
AN AFFIRMATIVE ACTION/EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
This employer does not knowingly discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, age, disability, or national origin.