Heat and Vent (HVAC) Mechanic
Job category: Other
Job Type: Full Time
Heat and Vent (HVAC) Mechanic
Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
The MIT Department of Facilities, Repair and Maintenance group has an immediate opening for five (5) HVAC Mechanic positions to perform a broad range of duties in building heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) operations and maintenance.
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- High school diploma or its equivalent; a minimum of five years’ experience in the operation and maintenance of building HVAC systems including building management systems; specific experience in the operation of steam heating systems, HVAC controls, gas- and oil-fired heating systems and boilers, and water treatment and refrigeration systems and hands-on experience in the repair, replacement, and adjustment of their operating components; ability to troubleshoot repairs and install pneumatic temperature control systems; experience with Windows, Word, and email; ability to communicate and interact with vendors and work with customers and other tradespeople to plan and complete tasks; ability to read ladder diagrams, blueprints, and schematics; knowledge of and ability to repair all types of pumps; ability to order parts and materials; and knowledge of environmental rooms such as Harris environmental.
- Must maintain a valid Massachusetts’ driver’s license.
- Massachusetts’ refrigeration and oil burner technician licenses are preferred, as is a universal refrigerant recovery certificate.
- Sheet metal license and experience also preferred.
Employees working essential work shifts are required to work all holidays, snow emergencies, and emergency Institute closings*.
MIT will conduct a background check (including checking criminal records) for finalists.
|Mon, Thurs thru Sun, 7am-3pm *
* Essential work shift
Interested candidates may apply online at https://careers.mit.edu. Please reference job number 15686, 15685, or 15379 and indicate where you saw this posting.
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