Maintenance Worker III - HVAC
Job no: 493341
Work type: Staff Full-Time
Department: Maintenance and Operations
Location: Moon Campus
Position Title Maintenance Worker III - HVAC
Position Department Maintenance and Operations
Position Type Staff Full-Time
This position performs work under the direction of department management. This position's primary expertise will be in HVAC, and will act as lead mechanic on all HVAC projects. This position ensures that all mechanical equipment is maintained in proper operating condition. This is highly responsible work performing skilled tasks in building maintenance. Maintenance coverage is 24/7 - 365 days/year and overtime may be necessary to accomplish work assignments and/or shift coverage. Vacations (PTO) approval may be limited during peak activity periods. This position may be required to work as scheduled during University closings.
Provides leadership to less skilled employees who are assigned to assist on projects. Consistently makes proper decisions that ensure the work performed is completed in accordance with project guidelines set by management, and that the project is completed with a high degree of efficiency. Performs maintenance, repairs and installation on all types of HVAC equipment including, but not limited to: air conditioning units, heating equipment, refrigeration units, ventilation units, chillers, cooling towers, etc. Responsible for other duties such as opening clogged sinks, showers and toilets, replacing light bulbs, small electrical repairs, repairing faucets, etc. Moves furniture and completes set-ups and teardowns for University functions and outside rental groups. Receives and unloads delivery trucks. Performs snow removal work by using hand tools to remove snow and ice from steps, walks and ramps. Ability to operate equipment such as salt spreaders, skid steers, tractors and trucks to remove snow and ice from walks, ramps, roads and parking lots. Attends seminars, conferences, and training sessions related to craft, and must be able to demonstrate and utilize the knowledge gained through this training. Maintains a functional awareness of typical hazards of the workplace as well as special hazards that may be encountered; follows established procedures for dealing with such potential hazards, promptly reporting all accidents or injuries to supervisor. May be called upon to help install or repair other equipment such as electrical motors, gas and oil operated emergency generators, transformers, pneumatic control systems etc. Responds to emergency calls from all campus locations. Will drive on behalf of the university. Performs related work and other duties as assigned.
High school diploma or GED required.
Exemption Status Non-Exempt
Act 153 Clearance Required Yes
Required To Pass a Motor Vehicle Report Check Yes
Required to Pass a Credit Check No
Additional Posting Information None
Special Applicant Instructions None
Advertised March 9, 2018 Eastern Standard Time
ABOUT THE UNIVERSITY
Robert Morris University (RMU), founded in 1921, is one of the leading universities in the Pittsburgh region. RMU provides a professionally focused education with an emphasis on engaged learning and is one of the most affordable private doctoral-level institutions in Pennsylvania. The University is accredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education. In 2016, for the first time in its history, RMU was ranked nationally by U.S. News and World Report. In 2017, RMU had among the biggest increases of all national universities in the U.S. News and World Report annual "Best Colleges" rankings released, rising 12 spots to No. 176.
Robert Morris University is dedicated to changing the lives of its students and employees so that they can go out and change the lives of others. The University combines academic excellence with a professional focus offering numerous undergraduate, graduate and doctoral degree programs. In 2011, Robert Morris University was named as a "Top Workplace" by the Pittsburgh Post Gazette , which names the best places to work in the Greater Pittsburgh region.
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RMU's main campus in Moon Township features 230 rolling acres and provides all the benefits of a traditional university campus, just minutes from the airport and downtown Pittsburgh.
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