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HVAC Maintenance Mentorship Pr...
Sarasota Manatee Jewish Housing Council, Inc.
HVAC Mentorship Program
Objective: The objective of the mentor ship program is to recruit individuals who are looking to enhance their skills and enjoy gain full long term employment while developing personal interaction and communication skills in varying environments.
Mentorship will present levels of knowledge to the trainee that cannot be acquired from sources other than hands on knowledge that is gleaned from years of experience and working in the environment that the trainee has chosen to pursue.
The Mentorship program being offered at this time will be in the field of maintaining, servicing, trouble shooting, repairing, rebuilding, fabrication and installation of air conditioning, heating, ventilation and refrigeration systems.
The trainee will work and learn a variety of aspects of the trade through varying type systems utilized at this facility. The work will include food preservation systems and comfort systems and how to understand, evaluate and repair different components of various type systems. They will learn trouble shooting and repair techniques of electrical, refrigerant, hydronic, and air systems. Systems that will be serviced at this facility by the trainee will include air conditioning and heating systems, (both air cooled and water cooled systems), cold food storage, (refrigerators, freezers, walk-in freezers and walk-in coolers, ice makers, dairy freezers, water fountains, cold drink dispensers), vending machines and cooling towers.
The trainee will require an above average ability to comprehend and process technical information and instruction and a willingness to accept supervision and instructions given to them by their mentor. The Mentorship program will include instruction and hands on training from the basics of maintenance and how to organize, prioritize, schedule, perform, and record various materials used and the functions performed in the maintenance of the systems of the facility.
The trainee will work a standard 40 hour week of, 5 days a week, 8 hours a day and be integrated with the other staff and cross trained in other aspects of maintenance for the purpose of the rotating on-call program used at this facility. The facility on call program consist of each technician rotating to an on- call status (e.g., every 7th weekend with 6 employees, every 8th weekend with 7 employees and so on).
The trainee will be expected to provide their own tools and transportation and be available during their on-call weekends.
They will report to the Director of Maintenance and will be assigned to their mentor. Work hours, scheduling and assignments will be determined by the Director of Maintenance and coordinated with their Mentors advice.
If interested, please contact Phyllis A. Cunningham, MPA, Human Resource Director at: 1951 North Honore Avenue, Sarasota, FL 34235.
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