An established Prime Federal Contractor is seeking skilled trades talent for ongoing support of its Client, NAVFAC Washington, at various locations. The following position is one of many assignments for this Client.
HVAC Mechanic - Bethesda
This assignment may require a Secret Clearance. Preferred candidates will either have an active Secret Clearance, or can readily obtain one.
All information for work orders, assets, specifications, and condition assessments is captured in the NAVFAC’s MAXIMO - therefore, candidates must be able to learn and utilize this software platform.
Emergency/On-Call: may be required to respond to job related emergencies, within 1 hour of notification.
Contractor must have two years of experience with Cascade Refrigeration Systems which have temperature ranges between 100°F and 450°F is desired. Training on or working knowledge of CFC-12 refrigeration recycling.
Two years of experience and significant knowledge of electric, pneumatic and direct digital controls. Two years of experience and knowledge of and ability to install, maintain or repair, integrated dehumidification systems (IDS) used to control temperature and humidity in buildings that process sensitive explosives is desired.
EPA Universal Refrigerant Certification required (CFC handling and disposal).
Periodic hearing and vision testing required.
Must have Lockout/Tag out and CPR certification.
Heaviest weights handled are approximately 100 pounds. Most of the time handles apparatus weighing 25 to 50 pounds and carries these for distances of approximately 25 to 50 feet. Heavy exertion is required frequently, as in mounting and removing equipment and moving gas cylinders. Kneels, crouches, stoops, and works from ladders.
Work is often outdoors, sometimes in extreme heat or cold. Incumbent is exposed to noise vibration and frequently to dirt, dampness, and occasionally to poor illumination. Incumbent will wear appropriate safety gear for the task at hand. There is a possibility of exposure to toxic refrigerants. Subject to large amount of escaping gases when making emergency repairs.