HVAC Technician III or IV
Salary Range: $16.17 - $21.30
Diagnose, service, repair and maintain commercial chilled water, heating water and refrigeration systems and Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning (HVAC) equipment including chillers, condensers,
compressors, pumps, fans, air handlers, etc. Diagnose, service, repair and maintain Direct Digital Controls (DDC) and pneumatic controls.
Minimum Education and Certification:
High School Diploma or GED.
Valid Texas Driver License.
Certified Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Mechanic preferred.
Certified Universal Technician for Refrigerant Handling.
Maintenance Electrician License preferred.
Some knowledge of all types of commercial HVAC and refrigeration systems.
Some knowledge of these energy management software and control systems: I NET, TAC, Alerton,
Automated Logic and Delta.
Ability to read and understand instructions in English.
Ability to use hand tools and power tools.
Ability to read blueprints and diagrams.
Ability to work independently.
Four years of experience in diagnosing, servicing, repairing and maintaining industrial chilled water,
heating water and refrigeration systems and various types of HVAC equipment including rooftop
equipment. Diagnosing, servicing, repairing and maintaining DDC and pneumatic controls.
Performance of this job will be evaluated annually.
Major Responsibilities and Duties:
Maintenance and Repair
Align the major functions of the assignment with district goals such that all students succeed.
1. Diagnose, service, repair and maintain industrial chilled water, heating water and HVAC equipment
including cooling towers, water cooled & air cooled chillers, heating water boilers, condensers,
compressors, package units, split systems, pumps, fans, coils, air handlers, etc.
2. Diagnose, service, repair and maintain refrigeration systems including walk-in coolers and freezers, pass through coolers, milk boxes, ice machines, electric water fountains, etc.
3. Diagnose, service, repair and maintain various types of energy management software, DDC and
pneumatic control systems.
4. Install new HVAC systems and components.
5. Relocate and expand existing HVAC systems.
6. Fabricate, assemble and install duct work and piping according to specifications and code.
7. Wire and connect motors, compressors, pumps; temperature, humidity and CO sensors according to
8. Maintain preventive maintenance schedules and procedures for all HVAC equipment including changing filters and cleaning chillers, condensers and coils.
9. Perform water treatment testing and maintenance on cooling towers, heating water and chilled water
10. Install and repair closed cell foam and fiberglass insulation.
11. Select material and hardware and make time and materials estimates.
12. Detect needed repairs on buildings, grounds and equipment by following established inspection
13. Receive and complete work orders using computer or IPad.
14. Maintain accurate records on material and labor used.
15. Maintain inventory of district-owned tools, equipment, and materials.
16. Inspect jobs upon completion and ensure work areas are clean and neat.
17. Work with building principals and supervisors to complete projects.
18. Maintain reliable and regular attendance.
19. Respond to emergency calls as needed.
20. Perform other duties as assigned.
21. Perform preventive maintenance on tools and equipment.
22. Operate tools and equipment according to established safety procedures.
23. Ensure that equipment is in safe operating condition.
24. Follow established safety procedures and techniques to perform job duties including lifting, climbing, etc.
25. Correct unsafe conditions in work area and report any conditions that are not correctable to supervisor immediately.
Hand tools, power tools, electrical testing meter, refrigerant gauges, pressure gauges, thermometers, data loggers, sheet metal fabrication tools, brazing torch, reclaimer, vacuum pump, chain hoist and pressure washer. Light truck or van.
Mental Demands/Physical Demands/Environmental Factors:
Frequent walking, standing, climbing, stooping, bending, kneeling and reaching, heavy lifting and
carrying. Must be able to lift fifty pounds. Work in tiring and uncomfortable positions; around electrical
power; outside and inside; on slippery or uneven walking surfaces, ladders, lifts and scaffolding; and
around machinery with moving parts. Exposure to hot and cold temperatures, excessive noises, dust,
debris, fumes and toxic chemicals. Frequent districtwide travel.
Bryan ISD is an equal-opportunity employer. All applicants are considered for all positions without regard to race, color, national origin, religion, sex, martial or veteran status, medical condition, or disability, or any other legally protected reason.