HVAC Field Support Specialist


My name is Derek and I represent The Fountain Group. We are a national staffing firm and are currently seeking an HVAC Field Support Specialist for a prominent client of ours. This position is located in Baltimore, MD. Details for the position are as follows:

Interviews will start on March 17, 2015.

The Job Description is as follows:
Performs job start up, checkout, and troubleshooting for systems and service installed jobs.
Provides guidance to contractors at the assigned level of responsibility.

Essential Duties:
Performs wiring checkout and assists in automation systems start-ups utilizing commissioning tools.
Performs point to point check out of installed control system
Starts up and verifies proper operation of floor level controls and room box controls
Coordinates electrical installation with electrical contractor at job site as required.
Completes adjustments and calibrations and submits commissioning reports on automation systems.
Participates in job site final walk on assigned jobs and completes all job closeout documentation.
If improper operation is due to another component of the automations system not provided by contract, discusses problem with supervisor or customer and advises best course of action to rectify problem.
Responds to customer service calls, checks indicated points of trouble, and analyzes requirements of system involved, and checks and test systems components.
Diagnoses trouble or defect, determines corrective action and repairs system.
Completes and submits written reports covering all aspects of each assignment.
Delivers technical support to end users and field labor as required.
Handles emergency service calls as directed during regularly scheduled hours.
Trains customers on company system prior to job turnover
Strong knowledge of industry engineering fundamentals and business operations.
Proficient in programming, job start-up, checkout, and troubleshooting.
Knowledgeable in Microsoft Office (Word and Excel), AutoCAD, and MDT/CT.
The above list of duties is not intended to be a complete list of tasks but a basic list that gives a general description of job expectations.

If you are interested in hearing more about the position please respond to this posting with your resume attached.

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