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Refrigeration Technician

Job Description

Ensure all equipment (compressors, cooling towers, boiler systems) are all functioning in a safe and optimal manner. Monitor and record all readings for required operations.

Conduct preventive maintenance and re-build equipment as necessary.

Troubleshoot and repair equipment.

Additional Job Functions:

Perform frequent on the job inspections to ensure: employee safe working habits, safe work areas, high quality workmanship and effectiveness of maintenance and repairs.

Evaluate, prioritize and schedule maintenance repair requests to ensure timely completion of all repair actions. Routinely inspect equipment for needed repairs and maintenance and prepare requests.

Provide technical assistance to assigned personnel and ensure proper operation of equipment.

Provide the Maintenance Manager with a written list of materials and replacement parts, as required. Monitor and keep current, all required maintenance records, using them to conduct analysis.

Qualifications

Trained as Haz-Mat responder at 40 hr level.

Trained as First responder-Level A suit qualified.

Proven knowledge of industrial refriggeration systems.

Proven knowledge of refrigeration electrical control systems.

Possess a minimum of 3 years maintenance experience in related industrial areas.

Demonstrate good interpersonal communication skills.

Additional Information

All of your information will be kept confidential according to EEO guidelines.

Foster Farms is an Equal Opportunity Employer Minorities, Females, Veterans and individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply.

Foster Farms participates in E-Verify during the hire process at all locations for all new employees.

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