This position is a full time (1.0 Status), variable shift in the Facility Services Department. Responsible for the repair, calibration and preventative maintenance on the boilers as well as other major components to include medical gas, vacuum, hot/cold water pumps, plumbing and miscellaneous electrical components within a healthcare facility. Other duties include but not limited to grounds, security, and other maintenance functions. Supports operations, maintenance, and construction of all CMC buildings by maintaining, repairing, and installing all heating, ventilation, air conditioning, and refrigeration equipment and their controls throughout the facility. Responsible for the repair, calibration, and preventative maintenance of all major air handling, chiller, heating and refrigeration systems within the healthcare facility. Additional duties to include; grounds and other areas of maintenance.
Minimum Required: High school diploma or equivalent. Two years Technical College or equivalent. Three years experience working on Central HVAC equipment, or trade school. Certification for refrigerant removal. S-2/D-2 Journeyman License, or equivalent experience. Knowledge of building automation systems. Proficient in English verbal and written communication skills, and computer skills. Must have current, valid MT driver's license, driving record must not include more than 3 moving violations in a year and no DUIs. Experience driving in all types of extreme weather. Must be able to drive during night and day hours.
Preferred / Desired: 3rd class boiler operator license in the state of Montana preferred, or ability to obtain within three months. Experience in plant operations to include; commercial HVAC, plumbing, generators, and electrical. Healthcare experience a plus. 1st or 2nd class boiler's license. Apprenticeship/College of Technology training.
This position is subject to Drug and Alcohol Testing according to MT Law 39-2-205-39-2-211.
Internal Number: 5572
About Community Medical Center
Community Medical Center strives to provide compassionate care to community members of all ages, from day one. Consistently ranked one of the country’s top places to live, Missoula balances over 400 acres of city parkland with a wealth of local artists and writers, making it a paradise for art and nature lovers alike.
The city of 100,000 hosts a wealth of local restaurants, cafes, coffee houses and breweries and the University of Montana attracts athletes and researchers from around the country to the northern Rockies.