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HVAC Mechanic

HVAC Mechanic
Job Ref: 17391
Category: Service & Trade
Location:
Emerson Hospital, 133 Old Road to Nine Acre Corner, Concord, MA
Department: Engineering
Schedule: Full Time
Shift: Evening shift
Hours: 3pm - 11pm
Job Summary
Under general supervision of the Engineering Supervisor or designee and according to established procedures, performs various duties to plan, construct, install, repair and service tasks on hospital buildings and equipment. Installs, repairs and replaces fixtures. Performs work from diagrams, sketches, operation manuals, manufacture's specifications, written or verbal instructions. Assists other tradesmen as needed.
Minimum Qualifications

• Education
o High School or technical school graduate or equivalent.
o Completion of an apprenticeship program.
• Experience
o Minimum of 3 years related experience in building maintenance, plumbing systems, steam heating systems.
o Prefer hospital experience.
• Licensure and/or Certification
o Current refrigeration license in Commonwealth of Massachusetts.
o Current HVAC Recovery license
o Current valid drivers license for operating motor vehicles in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.
• Skills
o Knowledge of hand cutting tools, electric saws, routers, tap and die threading and cutting systems.
o Knowledge of OSHA, NFPA, Joint Commission, EPA and national building codes.
o Maintains and supports patient rights to care, privacy, and respect.
o Ability to read, write, and communicate in English.
o Basic computer skills.
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Company Description:

Since 1911, our communities have looked to us to provide the most sophisticated, high-quality care available, close to home.


Today, Emerson has grown to become a regional health system serving over 300,000 individuals in 25 communities in our area. And while much has changed, our commitment has remained the same: to provide advanced care in an atmosphere of warmth and compassion. It’s why we continually invest in new technologies and treatments. And it’s why we invest so heavily in our people - in their education, their growth, their futures.




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