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USD 253 District Maintenance – HVAC

HVAC performs routine repairs and maintenance on heating, ventilating, and air conditioning (HVAC) systems including air distribution machinery, pneumatic and digital controls, hot and chilled water distribution, and variable volume systems. Independently employs specially designed software and remote computer links to monitor systems and troubleshoot malfunctions. This position will also work in a general maintenance capacity to maintain school building and grounds in top condition to ensure full and productive use of district facilities. To accomplish these tasks the HVAC technician must work closely with the staff and administration of USD 253.

Base hourly rate is $19.50 with additional compensation for level of education and experience.

Please apply online at https://www.applitrack.com/emporia/onlineapp/.

HVAC Technicians

Installers and Service Techs needed.
Install HVAC equipment- residential and commercial.
Service techs repair and service most brands of HVAC equipment as well as water heaters, fireplaces, humidifiers, and more. This is a fast paced environment that requires the ability to problem solve and work independently. We are looking for local and REMOTE technicians.

Compensation is based on experience. We offer paid employee health insurance, retirement plan, holidays, and paid time off. Over-time is approved when needed and bonuses are not uncommon! A company phone is provided for job use as well as a company vehicle. Employees are expected to have their own tools or be willing to purchase them in a timely manner.

Call our office at (620) 767-5903, stop by 26 East Main in Council Grove, Kan., or email us anytime at office@servicesunlimited-inc.com.

Maintenance Mechanic

Sign On Bonus: $2,000

Take Your Career to the Next Level with LMH Health!

At LMH Health, we are committed to being a partner for lifelong health for the communities we serve. We are looking a detail-oriented and experienced HVAC Mechanic to join our team! The HVAC Specialist monitors and operates building systems equipment for all heating, cooling, and associated systems, records appropriate readings and information. This position performs preventative and general maintenance on equipment.

Top Reasons to work at LMH Health
Join a Team That Cares About the Community
Tuition Reimbursement to Support Continuing Education
Professional Development and Recognition
Excellent Benefits

Perform power plant rounds of hospital equipment and complete appropriate paperwork.

Perform PM’s on assigned equipment.

Monitor and make repairs as needed.

Organize and implement projects for replacing, upgrading and installing of control systems.

Inventory and order replacement filters.

Maintain inventory and perform testing on all fire and smoke dampers.

Monitor chemical feed systems for boilers, chillers, and closed loop systems.
Performs other duties as assigned or requested.

High school diploma or equivalent and/or equivalent working knowledge.
Minimum five years HVAC experience.

Our Values

Patient 1st – We consider the patient first in everything we do.

Better Together – We are part of the LMH team that works together to achieve excellence.

Speak Up – We embrace a transparent culture of open, respectful communication where ideas are valued and solutions are created.

Innovate! – We actively explore new ideas and approach change with agility and an open mind.

Own It/Solve It – We hold ourselves accountable for our actions and we collaborate for solutions.

In Joy – We create a workplace that is both fun and meaningful.

At LMH Health we value inclusion and diversity. We are an equal opportunity employer and encourage all to apply. Employment is decided on the basis of experience and qualifications that meet the business need.

Compensation is based on experience. Please send your resume to nicholas.schmidt@lmh.org.

Air Compressor Technician

The Role:
We are hiring a Field Service Technician for field coverage in the Topeka/Lawrence area, servicing our compressed air customers. Known as the fourth utility, compressed air powers many critical manufacturing operations and processes. It is vital to the productivity of many industries and greatly contributes to the overall economy.

As a Field Service Technician for Ingersoll Rand’s Industrial Technologies and Services Division , you will develop expertise in the maintenance and repair of compressed air systems. You will serve customers by installing, troubleshooting, repairing and maintaining all makes of rotary screw and reciprocating and or Centac and ECC air compressors, along with additional compressed air system components. You will use precision measuring tools for diagnostic trouble shooting of compressed air equipment. In addition, you need to have knowledge of all operations and parts manuals associated with all equipment.

Principal Responsibilities

Effectively communicates verbally and in writing with customers and co-workers.
Provides technical assistance on equipment pre-commissioning and start-ups, installations and repairs of compressed air systems. Including “hands-on” work to assure equipment operates to customer’s requirement with limited guidance from the Master Technician.
Conducts safety assessments of a continuously changing working environment.
Able to read wiring schematics and diagrams for all equipment.
Serves as technical support for customers and Customer Service Managers
Documents service and installation activities by completing work orders for each job, maintenance checklist and daily time sheets.
Increases Ingersoll Rand customers awareness of how Ingersoll Rand products, services and solutions; such as Package Care, Preventative Maintenance, Diagnostics, Audits and Leak Detection can benefit their operations.
Maintains rapport with customers by addressing complaints, identifying solutions, suggesting improved methods and techniques and recommending system improvements.
Explains practices, procedures, and policies to reach agreement with suppliers and others outside of the job area.
Provides assistance and training to Apprentices and Field Service Technicians.
Ensures proper operation of compressed air equipment by completing preventative maintenance requirements and 47 point inspections on a wide variety of compressors, refrigerated dryers, desiccant dryers and additional compressed air components.
Works with Service Coordinator on ordering and gathering parts and supplies necessary to complete installations and repairs.
Advanced network systems installations ( IMMC/ASC, X Series Automation)
Basic vibration troubleshooting
Basic Air Quality ( system compressor/dryer – air treatment)

Candidate Profile

Desired applicants will have 2-5 years’ experience of troubleshooting industrial/commercial mechanical systems.
High school diploma or equivalent required
Desired degree program in Electrical/Electronics Technology or HVAC with advanced knowledge of some or all of the following: AC/DC circuits, wiring diagrams/schematics, motors/controls, PLCs, HVAC electricity, controls, refrigeration systems and/or refrigerant certification. Candidates who possess this knowledge or skills but have not completed a formal program may be considered.
Operating knowledge of Microsoft office software and other basic computer usage. Proficiency with hand held computer (i.e. Smartphone, iPad) and network bases
Advanced verbal and written communication skills
Advanced customer service skills including conflict management and opportunity development/consulting
Use of advanced troubleshooting tools
Candidates will use Ingersoll Rand provided tools
Attend required Ingersoll Rand training
Must possess a valid driver’s license for a minimum of 12 months, with no major or frequent traffic violations including, but not limited to: DUI in the previous 5 years, Hit & Run, License Suspension, Reckless/Careless Driving or multiple smaller infractions or preventable collisions in the previous 3 years.
EPA 608 /F-GAS 303/2008/CE/ISHRAE Certification Preferred (Refrigeration experience/certification a plus).

Submit resume on our company website: https://careers.irco.com/job/Kansas-City-Master-Service-Technician-MO-64130/883679800/

This position requires working in diverse conditions including but not limited to mechanical equipment rooms with exposure to noisy operating equipment, exposure to extreme weather conditions, precarious places, and risk of electrical shock (high voltage) with NFPA or equivalent standards.
This position is highly physical and requires regular use of hands, fingers, walking, stooping, and kneeling. It requires employees to regularly lift and or move weight limits in line with the safety policy.

Service Technician

Are you mechanically and electrically inclined? Do you like providing customers with quality service solutions? Join our team and become a part of the leading nationwide provider of commercial food equipment service

Company Vehicle, company cellphone and laptop. Tool allowance!

You will work with customers to electrically/mechanically troubleshoot, diagnose, repair, and maintain a variety of commercial food equipment to include cooking, food preparation, ware washers, weigh wrap, baking and refrigeration.
You will typically leave from home each morning and work with minimal direct supervision at customer sites.
You will meet or surpass weekly productivity and customer-oriented goals while maintaining a high level of customer service.

Compensation ranges from $20 – $32/hour.  Apply online at https://www.hobartservice.com/careers-hobart-service. Apply under the “Lenexa” location. Positions to work from most locations around Kansas City, Topeka, Wichita and in between!

HVAC/R Technician

Position: HVAC/R Technician

Term: 12 Months

Classification: Classified/Non-exempt

Location: District Wide

Qualifications: High School Diploma or equivalent; EPA Refrigerant Certification; Class E Driver’s license (Chauffer or better) with good driving record

Supervisory: No

Reports to: Director of Facilities

General Expectations

Supports the mission of Joplin Schools.
Supports the value of education.
Become familiar with, enforce, and follow all applicable Board policies and regulations, administrative procedures, other directions given by district administrators and supervisors, and state and federal laws.
Properly supervise students at all times, if applicable to essential job functions.
Obey all safety rules, including rules protecting the safety and welfare of students.
Care for, properly use, and protect school property.
Maintain courteous and professional relationships with students, parents/guardians, other district employees and the public.
Communicate effectively with supervisors, department staff, all members of the school district, and community as required.
Provides excellence in customer service both internally and externally.
Complies with privacy rights and safeguards confidential and/or sensitive information pertaining to staff and students.
Reacts to change productively and receive and transmit constructive criticism as it relates to job duties.
Actively participate in professional development and obtain skills and information necessary to effectively perform job duties.
Conduct all official business in a professional and timely manner, utilizing district technology resources.
Arrive to work and leave work at the time specified by supervisors and attend all required meetings pertinent to the position.
Maintains accurate records and filing systems for accountability and audit purposes as required by law and Board policy.
Solve practical problems utilizing math functions as needed to complete job duties.
Read and interpret documents such as work orders, safety rules, and handbooks and apply to job duties.

Essential Functions

Installation, troubleshooting, and repair of food service refrigeration and freezer.
Installation, troubleshooting, and repair of building cooling and heating systems (i.e. boilers, chillers, RTU’s, etc)
Repairs drinking fountain, refrigeration, and ice machines.
Repairs washing machines and clothing dryers.
Installation, troubleshooting, and repair of all electric heat and heat pumps.
Repair to all major appliances in Food Service.
Maintain cold storage and freezer storage units at Food Service Warehouse.
Repairs to air circulating systems and restroom exhaust systems.
Work cooperatively with other district electricians.
Work cooperatively with all skilled craft in the planning and implementation of all projects.
Maintain a Material Safety Data Sheet File for work area.
Carry out all other duties as assigned.

Physical Demands

Occasionally lift, push or pull over 100 pounds
Lift, push, pull, and otherwise handle equipment and tools
Frequently squat or kneel to the ground
Occasionally crawl in tight spaces
Frequently bend and twist while operating tools and equipment
Frequently walk up and down stairs
Frequently climb and descend ladders
Frequently use repetitive arm, wrist and hand movements
Use close, distance and peripheral vision as well as depth perception


Regular and consistent attendance is an essential function of this position.

The work conditions and environment described here are representative of those that an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform essential functions.

Conditions and Environment

Environment is that of a typical school and work shop settings. The individual who holds this position must:

Frequently work in temperatures below 32 degrees and above 100 degrees Fahrenheit
Occasionally work in rain, sleet and ice and drive on slippery conditions
Often work in an area with a high noise level including engine noise and the sound of many children speaking, a raised voice may be necessary

Note: The statements herein are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by employees, and are not to be construed as an exhaustive list of responsibilities, duties, and skills required of personnel so classified. Furthermore, they do not establish a contract for employment and are subject to change at the discretion of the employer.

Compensation ranges from $23.76 – $28.02/hour. Apply online at https://joplin.tedk12.com/hire/ViewJob.aspx?JobID=2263. 

HVAC Service Technician

Blue Dot is looking for an HVAC service technician.
As an HVAC technician you must be trained in cleaning, adjusting and repairing HVAC systems. Experience is helpful, but not mandatory.
You must be able to pass a background check, have a valid drivers license, refrigerant license and be able to pass a physical capacity test and drug screen.

$16.00 to $22.00/hour depending on experience. We offer health, dental, vision, short term/long term disability, retirement, paid time off, paid holidays, and employee discounts.

Please send resume to: susan@bluedotkansas.com or stop by Blue Dot at 3365 SW Gage Blvd., Topeka, KS 66614. (785) 272-1633.

HVAC Technician

Work for a family-owned private company that has built our business on people. Our team delivers excellent workmanship at a good value always striving to do what’s best for our customer.
• Diagnosis & Repair of Commercial & Industrial HVAC Systems
• Electronic Diagnostics and Troubleshooting
• Perform Complex Systems Analysis
• Provide Problem Solving
• Critical Thinking
• Pipefitting/Welding/Brazing
• Layout/Blueprints/Coordination
• Sheetmetal Fabrication & Installation
• Working With Other Trades
• Project Management
• Inspect & Maintain Commercial and Industrial HVAC Systems
• Implement Required Routine Maintenance Practices
• Verification & Identification of System Performance
• Provide Professional Reports with use of Mobile App/Software

We offer the following as part of our employment package: • Competitive pay rage from entry to advanced $35,000 – $100,000+ • Optional Supplemental Insurance • Flexible Spending Accounts • Health Insurance • Paid Holidays • Paid Vacation • Paid Sick Time • 401K We also offer: • FREE In-house 4-year apprenticeship training program • Opportunities • Advancement

For more information, please email or call Bryan Sweetman at bsweetman@bcimechanicalinc.com or 913-749-9084.

Sheet Metal Apprentice

Sheet Metal Workers are responsible for a vast scope of work. We are very proud to be the only trade that designs, manufactures and installs our own products. Our scope of work includes HVAC, Architectural and Industrial sheet metal. Testing, adjusting and balancing HVAC components. We use advanced computer systems to design, troubleshoot, maintain and fabricate all of our products. We not only build it, we create it.

Wage: $16.00 to $35.35/hour Medical Insurance, Dental, Life Insurance, Retirement Plan, Disability, Incentive Pay, 401K.

To apply, contact August Schraad at august@sheetmetal2.org or 785-220-6456.