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The Tulsa International Airport, managed and operated by the Tulsa Airports Improvement Trust, is currently seeking a Journeyman HVAC Technician. Under general supervision, you will provide skills relating to all HVAC design, install and maintenance.
Tulsa Airport offers competitive wages, a smooth environment and a great work/life balance, in addition to the following benefits:
•13 paid holidays
•112 hours of accrued vacation your first year
•Pension with 15.5% employer contribution
•Employer-paid $50,000 Life Insurance Policy
•Partially employer-funded Medical, Dental, and Vision Plans
•Supplemental Life Insurance and AD&D Insurance
•Long and Short-term Disability Insurance
•Accident & Critical Illness Insurance
•Hospital Indemnity Plan
•Pre-paid legal services and ID Theft insurance
•Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
Are you ready to become a valuable part of our team? Check out the complete description below and easily apply online.
As the journeyman HVAC technician you will:
• Provide design and replacement recommendations for HVAC packaged and split units.
• Perform preventative maintenance and/or all repairs to units in need.
• Log and record affected repairs for data collection.
• Maintain and accurately account for refrigerant.
• Test and monitor various systems for proper performance.
• Assist in the general repair and maintenance of boilers, air handlers, and heating equipment, steam turbines, pumps, and associated equipment.
• Report to work on a regular and timely basis.
• 4 years of responsible experience in the HVAC industry, including new installs, ducting and recovery methods.
• Good knowledge of methods and practices on operating and maintaining heating and air conditioning equipment.
• Knowledge of the occupational hazards of the job and of appropriate precautionary measures.
• Ability to detect and correct problems of operation or adjustment in equipment.
• Ability to maintain and keep accurate records of repairs.
• Ability to courteously and tactfully communicate with fellow workers, supervisors, and other members of the organization and the public in giving and receiving information.
• Frequent walking and occasional standing.
• Occasional lifting, carrying, pushing, and pulling up to 60 lbs. or more.
• Frequent reaching, balancing, bending, kneeling, handling, feeling, climbing, smelling, and twisting.
• Occasional crawling.
• Vision, speech, and hearing sufficient to perform the essential tasks.
• Primarily outdoors, occasionally indoors, and in inclement weather.
• May be exposed to hazardous materials, flammable liquids, cramped work areas, weather/temperature extremes, cutting/chipping/grinding, hazardous/toxic atmospheres, sewage, damp/wet surfaces, overhead power lines, toxic fumes/vapors/odors, compressed gases, high noises, and oily surfaces.
On January 21, 1928, 47 local business men signed the Stud Horse Note, agreeing to finance the construction of Tulsa’s first airport, and support its operation thereafter. These civic minded leaders comprised the airport’s first executive committee.
Today, Tulsa Airports Improvement Trust (TAIT) administers, manages and operates Tulsa International Airport and R.L. Jones, Jr. Airport. TAIT’s mission is to provide a safe, efficient, self-supporting airport system for the citizens of the Tulsa metropolitan area and surrounding region.
Tulsa International Airport is an Equal Opportunity Employer.