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Hilton Nashville Airport Hotel-HVAC Technician/ Engineer

A great opportunity to join HP Hotel Management, a growing national hotel development, and management company currently ranked in the top 50 hotel management companies in the nation. HP Hotel Management is seeking HVAC Technician to join our team at the Nashville Airport Hotel. 

The Nashville Airport Hotel is located six miles from downtown Nashville, TN and is easily one of the best hotels in the area. Not only are we just two miles from the Nashville International Airport (BNA) but our location is minutes away from popular area restaurants, businesses, and local attractions like the famous Grand Ole Opry. Corporate travelers enjoy close proximity to the Music City Center and a vast number of downtown businesses. College students and families alike find our hotel ideal as we’re just a short drive to local universities including Vanderbilt, Belmont, and Fisk University. Guests love to visit the historic Grand Ole Opry, the Country Music Hall of Fame and Music Row, the top visited landmarks near the hotel. Ask our front desk about the Nashville Moves shuttle services for rides to and from downtown Nashville. Other area favorites include Ryman Auditorium, Nissan Stadium, and Bridgestone Arena. Guest accommodations include free Wi-Fi access, 24-hour complimentary airport shuttle service, a 24-hour Business Center, and an indoor pool. 

This challenging but rewarding position has overall responsibility ensuring extraordinary guest satisfaction through the cleanliness and attention to detail in our guest rooms, meeting space and common areas. We are currently seeking highly motivated individuals. Come join our team!

 

DUTIES:

  • Perform maintenance and repair for assigned area of expertise such as the interior and exterior of buildings, hotel rooms and contents, laundry and kitchen/refrigeration equipment, lighting, heating, air conditioning (HVAC), ventilation and water treatment systems and swimming pool. 
  • Layout wires and pipes to complete HVAC systems
  • Perform general and preventive maintenance on HVAC systems
  • Ensure that all installations are done in accordance with the set standards
  • Make sure that any loose wires are connected and secured properly
  • Ensure calibration of  thermostats and other controls
  • Perform general checks on motors and belts and handle lubrication duties
  • Change filters and replace any parts as they wear out
  • Repair motors and service steam and hot water boilers
  • Ensure that chemical compositions in equipment are adequate at all times
  • Handle conduit running for HVAC equipment
  • Order any supplies or equipment needed for HVAC maintenance or installation as needed
  • Ensure availability of all items needed for an HVAC project
  • Respond to emergency situations in order to resolve issues on an immediate basis
  • Handle maintenance of tools and equipment
  • Replace faulty or expired parts in an HVAC system 
  • Fabricate parts in case parts are not readily available 
  • Determine need for upgrading HVAC systems and take measures to take necessary actions may not be readily available


REPORTS To: Chief Engineer

Qualifications and Requirements:

  • Effective in installing and troubleshooting heating, air conditioning, and refrigeration units
  • Adept at balancing air and water treatment systems in accordance with HVAC protocols
  • Core understanding of determining causes of malfunctions and correcting them properly
  • Exceptional Knowledge of providing technical assistant with the design and implementation of HVAC systems
  • Strong background in reading and interpreting instructions and safety procedures associated with HVAC processes
  • Proven ability to read schematics and work plans
  • Absolute understanding of local building codes
  • Knowledge of basic and advanced building components in relation to HVAC systems
  • Solid knowledge of using hand and power tools
  • Physically dexterous to handle tasks effectively in extreme weather conditions
  • Highly experienced in handling electronic and mechanical systems effectively
  • Well-versed in installing and repairing pumps. motors, fan coils, and piping
  • Great ability to determine whether a part of a system or  the system in whole can be repaired or will need to be replaced
  • Knowledge and ability to perform preventive and general maintenance tasks on HVAC systems
  • Deep understanding of fabricating equipment parts to meet  specialty needs or replace parts
  • Install and maintain diverse heating, ventilation, and air conditioning systems

This job requires the ability to perform the following:

  • Carrying, lifting, pushing and/or pulling items weighing up to 100-300 lbs
  • Frequently standing up and moving about the facility
  • Frequently handling objects and equipment to maintain the facility
  • Frequently bending, stooping, kneeling, climbing and crawling

Other:

  • Specialized knowledge and skills or certification within a field or discipline such as plumbing, electrical, mechanical, and carpentry field.  Level 3 EPA certification, HVAC
  • Communication skills are utilized a significant amount of time when interacting with the other supervisors, hotel staff, and hotel guests.
  • Reading and writing abilities are utilized in order to document or record all tasks completed, to order supplies, to receive their instructions for the day and/or to read equipment repair manuals.
  • Mathematical skills, including basic math, budgeting, profit/loss concepts, percentages, and variances are utilized frequently.
  • May be required to work nights, weekends and/or holidays


SAFETY STATEMENT:

As an employee, it is your responsibility to be aware of and report any and all safety hazards or violations you may see or witness in the course of performing your required duties.

Experience level:

  • Minimum of 3 to 5 years 

Communication Skills:

  • Speak English
  • Read English
  • Write English
  •  

Physical Activities and Requirements:

  • Standing and Walking 100% of the time
  • Lifting
  • Bending
  • Minimum weight employee must be able to lift:  100-300lbs

 

  • Care of Equipment: Frequent
  • Safety of Others: Frequent
  • Guest Contact: Frequent
  • Confidential Data: Frequent
  • Decision Making: Frequent
  • Acts in Supervisory Capacity: Frequent
     

Sensory Requirements:

  • Sight: full
  • Hearing: full
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