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Facilities Maintenance Technician

Company Name:
Adsync Technologies, Inc.
This potential opportunity will provide one Facilities Maintenance Technician for up to five (5) years providing preventative, emergency, and routine unscheduled facility maintenance services at Scott AFB, IL. Responsibilities of will include PM, service, and repair related to heating, ventilation, air conditioning (HVAC) air handling units (AHUs), fan terminal units (FTUs), variable air volumes (VAVs), package computer room air conditioning units (PACs), roof top unit, heat pump unit, hot water boilers, exhaust fans, pumps, unit heaters (UHs), cabinet unit heaters (CUH), controls, piping, ductwork, evaporative coolers, and water treatment , uninterrupted power supply (UPS) & batteries, phone switch batteries, power distribution units (PDUs), water detection, site monitoring software, and all above mentioned equipment and associated parts of those systems as well as basic plumbing, electrical, and structural services. This position is contingent on a government contract award.
The candidate's resume provided MUST DEMONSTRATE the following:
- Must be a US citizen NO WAIVERS
- Must have a valid drivers license
- Min. 5 yrs experience providing facilities maintenance directly involving HVAC, plumbing, and electrical
Resume is limited to three (3) pages and MUST contain the following information:
1. Employee name
2. Years of relevant experience
a. Chronology of Relevant Experience
b. Position(s) held on relevant projects
3. Current position/title
4. Educational history
5. Professional Credentials and specialized training related to US Navy supply system
6. Current level of security clearance, if applicable
After contract award, selected candidates MUST successfully pass a background check and drug screening prior to employment.
Please send resume in Word or searchable PDF and salary requirements. All information provided is considered confidential. Adsync Technologies, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer. AA/M/F/D/V

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