Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University is now recruiting for an HVAC
Technician at the Daytona Beach Campus. Responsibilities include
Install, repair, and maintain residential and commercial
heating and air conditioning, refrigeration, computerized energy
management and associated complex control systems, various types of
food service equipment (including gas cooking equipment), hot water
and steam boilers, ice storage systems, large commercial chilled
water systems, air compressors and water pumps.
Routine maintenance of equipment.
Maintenance and inventory of all equipment assigned to the
Other duties as assigned by the Foreman.
Responsible for inventory of cooling tower chemicals,
maintaining chemicals to recommended levels, along with maintenance
of associated equipment to include chemical pumps and safety
Other duties as assigned by the Department Foreman or his/her
As Needed - Attend classes or meetings that are targeted to
inform the entire campus community and/or specific departments are
required attendance for all employees if so instructed by Human
Resources or your respective manager.
High school diploma (or equivalent).
At least two years of HVAC technical schooling or one to three
years of experience in the maintenance of heating, air conditioning
and related equipment.
Formal diploma/certificate/degree program of 6-18 months after
high school. Area of study: HVAC
Must possess and maintain a valid Florida driver’s
Must possess a universal refrigerant recovery license (from
E.P.A. approved testing agency).
Must be able to read blueprints, make calculations, and keep
Strong mechanical aptitude required. Ability to service gas
equipment (propane and natural). Knowledge of local and state
Must be able to lift and/or carry HVAC equipment short
distances and push or pull a handcart. Hand/eye coordination
essential for proper operation of power tools, etc.
Ability to climb ladders or scaffolding and work in overhead
areas on HVAC equipment and components.
Ability to comprehend basic instructions and to respond
Employee must take necessary precautions due to the nature of
the equipment they are working on (electrical, propane, natural
gas, power tools, etc.) to protect themselves and those around them
of the hazards associated with this type of work.