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Title:  Mechanic, HVAC- 2nd Shift


This is a 2nd Shift Position


Installs, maintains, repairs, overhauls and operates air conditioning and refrigeration equipment, as well as all required preventive maintenance.  Including, but not limited to compressors, pumps, condensers, evaporators, expansion valves, solenoid valves, and all controls and related equipment and parts. 

  1. Trouble-shoots, repairs and adjusts HVAC systems and air volume control equipment to maintain proper temperature, humidity and air flow conditions.
  2. Insures compliance with CFC related regulations and qualifications minimizing losses and maximizing recovery via effective leak detection, maintenance procedures and use of reclaiming, recycling and recovery equipment.
  3. Utilizes Building Management Systems (BMS) and equipment controls to monitor facility equipment, manufacturing areas and refrigeration equipment for compliance and proper operation.  Operates BMS terminals as a troubleshooting tool to make necessary changes in order to properly maintain critical environments and to ensure compliance.
  4. Monitors and maintains all HVAC/R equipment.  Including, but not limited to preventive maintenance tasks, corrective maintenance tasks, daily equipment and system checks.  All tasks completed are performed observing all safety guidelines as well as cGMP's.
  5. Repairs, replaces and rebuilds valves, pumps, steam traps, electric motors, bearings, shelves, etc.  Able to properly thread piping, as well as fit-up new piping systems (copper, black iron, PVC, etc.).
  6. Clean HVAC coils, evaporators and condensers employing chemicals, compressed air or high pressure wash in order to maintain equipment in good operating condition.
  7. Responds to alarms associated with environmental monitoring systems and makes routine decisions concerning priority of response.  Reviews unusual problems and critical situations with the supervisors.  Carries radio or phone as directed for expeditious communications.


  • Ability to read and understand refrigeration/HVAC drawings, electronic, electrical, pneumatic and control schematics. 
  • Must be able to solder and braze. 
  • Must have a mechanical aptitude and troubleshooting skills. 
  • Ability to troubleshoot and repair 24, 110, 208 and 460 volt equipment.
  • Must be able to document process issues in a clear concise manner in accordance with cGMP, SOPs and Job Aids.
  • Must be adept in following EPA guidelines relevant to CFCs and HCFCs.
  • Ability to add, subtract, multiply and divide in all units using fractions and decimals.
  • Must have good oral and written communication skills.
  • Ability to move equipment in excess of 100 pounds 10% of the time, lift 45-50 pounds 25-50% of the time.
  • Must be able to climb ladders and work from heights exceeding 10 feet and in awkward positions.
  • Must be able to troubleshoot and repair HVAC/R, pneumatic and electrical systems and components.


Extreme working conditions:  Required to perform tasks outdoors in temperatures below freezing and above 100F. Subject to high noise levels equivalent to approximately 25% of total hours; hearing protection required in some areas.  Hazardous conditions such as electrical shock, handling acids and caustics and extreme temperatures.


Education and/or Experience

  • High School Diploma with a current Universal Refrigerant Certificate.
  • Minimum of 5 years facility maintenance experience, and minimum 5 years HVAC/R experience required

Cherry Hill, NJ, US, 08003

Nearest Major Market: Philadelphia

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