The Operations and Maintenance Division of the City of Anaheim Public Works Department seeks a motivated and highly-collaborative HVAC Mechanic eager to provide an exceptional level of customer service in delivering safe and cost effective facility services. The HVAC Mechanic will demonstrate facilities maintenance and repair knowledge and possess journey level experience in heating, ventilation, air conditioning (HVAC) and electrical work. This position requires evening and weekend availability. The selected individual will provide competent preventive maintenance using the following values and expectations:
Exceptional Customer Service – provides responsive customer care and maintains level of service expectations as directed.
Provides a can-do attitude and values teamwork at all levels.
General building maintenance or construction trade experience with electrical and HVAC skills
The Department of Public Works strives to instill pride in Anaheim and be a world-class Public Works team achieving results through innovation and quality. Whether it's designing a major highway or new sewer and storm drain project, applying innovative traffic management techniques to solving Anaheim's traffic problems, or overseeing the construction of a new public building, Public Works provides a myriad of comprehensive services to meet a variety of the City's infrastructure, construction, and development needs.
Maintain comfortable temperature environments in city facilities. Respond to complaints about temperatures.
Maintain air conditioning systems, air handlers, filters, blowers, cooling towers, water treatment, and other components of the system.
Maintain, analyze, modify and repair digital control systems.
Maintain, analyze, modify and repair variable frequency drives and related controls.
Install new and modify existing equipment. Overhaul and repair reciprocating and centrifugal air compressors.
Maintain steam boilers, hot water systems, gas and oil fired heating equipment, solar water heating systems, ovens and food service equipment.
Repair electrical motors and HVAC systems up to 480 volts after the main disconnect; replace bearings, pump seals and packing.
Program and operate the computerized energy management system.
Install and maintain environmental controls.
As assigned, participate in the Standby Program for the division.
Perform related duties and responsibilities as required.
Any combination of experience and training that would likely provide the required knowledge and abilities is qualifying. A typical way to obtain the knowledge and abilities are as follows:Journey level experience as a HVAC Mechanic performing maintenance on a wide variety of structures and buildings including high-rise.Knowledge of principles of heating, ventilation and air conditioning construction, maintenance and repair; principles of water treatment related to heating and cooling systems.The ability to construct, monitor, maintain, repair and trouble shoot HVAC systems; read and interpret manuals, electrical schematics and blueprints; perform mathematical calculations and apply reasoning; use proper safety techniques; operate basic computer/PC and programs to include the Computerized Maintenance Management System (CMMS) and Outlook; establish and maintain effective working relationships with those contacted in the course of work.Possession of a valid California Driver's License by date of appointment. Ability to obtain a California Electrical Certification by 2005 as stated in California Assembly Bill AB931 (highly desirable). Possession of a current Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Universal Technician Certificate I Appliance, II Residential, and III Low Pressure.