Technician - Facilities Maintenance (HVAC)

utilities & trades building & property
Location: Regional Municipality of Durham, ON
Email: 1779@drps.ca
Website: http://www.drps.ca
Type: full-time
Posted On: May 6, 2019
Closing Date: May 19, 2019
Durham Regional Police Employment
DURHAM REGIONAL POLICE SERVICE
 
Job Posting
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Technician - Facilities Maintenance (HVAC)
 
Job ID: 11661
 
Open: May 06, 2019          Close: May 19, 2019
 

 
Branch and Unit
 
Administrative Support / Business Services / Facilities Management
 
 
Employment Type
 
This is a full-time, regular position.
 
 
Vacancies
 
Vacancies: 1
 
Tentative Start Date: July 2019
 
 
Civilian Posting
 
Reporting to the Supervisor, Facilities Maintenance the Facilities Maintenance Technician is responsible for maintaining, operating, and repairing all HVAC, plumbing and heating systems; conducts preventive maintenance ensuring optimal conditioning of mechanical systems, pumps, water supply, and electrical systems and emergency generators; and performs/monitors renovations
 
 
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
 
  • Provides maintenance and emergency repairs to equipment related to DRP buildings and facilities (i.e. boilers, chillers, cooling towers, HVAC systems, sewage pumps, car wash, air filters, overhead doors, furniture water treatment systems, fire alarm systems, backup generators, etc.)
  • Repairs plumbing, electrical, drywall, flooring, doors, and locks
  • Performs renovations (i.e. wall removal, constructing new walls/office, electrical, and plumbing)
  • Ensures safe and effective use of equipment and power tools including for the maintenance and repair of electrical, mechanical, and plumbing etc. systems
  • Provides access to DRPS facilities as required by service providers and contractors and monitors for security
  • Transports and reconfigures workstations, desks, offices, lockers, and storage
  • Ensures compliance with building, electrical, and health and safety codes/directives
  • Provides intermittent on-call service for all major disruptions to facility emergencies
  • Other duties, projects, as assigned (individual or group responsibilities)
 
 
QUALIFICATIONS AND SKILLS
 
  • Completion of specialized apprenticeship (8000/9000 hours) such as electrician, carpenter, industrial mechanic, HVAC controls, gas fitter or refrigeration
  • Must have a valid Ontario Driver's licence - G Class
  • Minimum 2 years with relevant maintenance (post apprenticeship) working experience 
  • Proven computer competency at a basic level with Microsoft Office (Outlook, Word and Excel)
  • Proven accurate alpha and numeric data entry skills
  • Interactions with internal and external contacts require tact and courtesy. May relay unwelcome information when working with public to repair DRPS-caused damage to property
  • Interpersonal and effective communication skills with multiple levels and sources for listening and comprehension
  • Well-developed time management, prioritization, multi-tasking and organizational skills
  • Proven ability to interact diplomatically, tactfully and confidentially with all levels of the service and the public
  • Experience with Building Automation Systems will be considered an asset
 
 
Hours
 
Monday to Friday / Day Shift (may occasionally require flexibility in hours or overtime)
 
 
Salary Level
 
This is a Level 7 position ($74,353) based on the 2015-2018 Collective Agreement. The salary range is outlined below:
 
  • Year 2 - $77,737
  • Year 3 - $81,117
  • Year 4 - $84,492
 
 
Selection
 
As part of the selection for this position, qualifications and skills listed in the posting will be assessed to measure the suitability of all applicants. Assessments may include, but not be limited to: resume review, skills assessment(s), interview(s), medical assessment, psychological assessment, and/or functional abilities testing.
 
Preference will be given to applicants that are licenced HVAC mechanics (313A) with a gas fitters licence and HVAC controls experience.
 
Note: If you require accommodation at any time during the recruitment process, please advise the Human Resources contact on the posting. Appropriate assistance will be provided pursuant to the Service's Accessibility directive.
 
 
How to Apply
 
For direct consideration, applicants must apply online by uploading a cover letter, resume, and certificate proving required education/training. Scan all required documents as one (1) pdf.file and upload when resume is requested. Human Resources is unable to accept e-mail, FAX, or in-person applications.
 
 
Contact
 
Applications for the above position will be accepted until 1600 hours on the closing date of this posting. Questions may be directed to Ambre Shearer at 1779@drps.ca
 
 
Durham Regional Police is an equal opportunity employer.
We thank all applicants for their interest; however, only those selected will be contacted.