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HVAC Systems Technician (JO# 16-020)


The City of San Juan improves the quality of life for all by providing affordable, consistently reliable, quality services so that its citizens can realize their full potential.

CLASSIFICATION:  Full-time (non-exempt)

PAY RATE: $12.861/hour. 


Under general supervision of the Building Maintenance Supervisor, the HVAC Systems Technician provides preventive maintenance and general repair to air-conditioning and heating systems at all city facilities. Provides general maintenance and repairs and renovation of facilities as needed.  Employee is responsible for recurring reports and/or records; assembling information from more than one source of information for repair and replacement of units. Daily decision-making on a variety of items from simple to difficult. Has daily contact with the public and other departments within the City which requires simple courtesies and exercise tact and diplomacy.


  • Maintains City Heating, Ventilation and Air-Conditioning (HVAC) systems;
  • Maintain job work order logs;
  • Estimates costs of repair projects in terms of labor and material;
  • Determine which maintenance tasks the City may perform and which tasks must be performed by outside contractors;
  • Maintains accounts and secure supplies and equipment in a proper manner:
  • Develops and maintains inventory and maintenance log of all city HVAC units;
  • Maintains up to date EPA approved State Certification and or State license;
  • Performs work such as general maintenance and cleaning, plumbing, electrical, carpentry, masonry, renovations and remodeling;
  • Must be able to communicate effectively, at all levels, both orally and in writing.
  • Assist in the general maintenance and repairs and basic renovations of buildings;
  • Perform other related duties as required and/or assigned.
  • Maintains tools, supplies and/or equipment (torches, cutters, drills, test equipment, sheet metal, filters, control components, fan blades, gaskets, seals, etc.) for the purpose of ensuring the availability of items and equipment is in safe operating condition.  City vehicle, two-way radio, trade tools, general garden tools, weed eaters, push mowers, chain saws, hedgers, blowers, and power garden tractors.  Use of tools ranging from common hand and power tools, such as hammers, saws, drills and wrenches to precision measuring instruments and electrical and electronic testing devices. Tools also include, but are not limited to those for carpentry, plumbing and electrical work.


  • Requires a high school diploma or GED with preferably two years in trade school or community college;
  • Requires a state license for HVAC repair and EPA license for coolant and the ability to prepare reports, and procedure manuals;
  • Require (3) years of progressively responsible experience in HVAC maintenance and repair.
  • Requires a valid Texas Driver’s License with a satisfactory driving record and be able to be insured by the City’s insurance carrier.
  • Clear a background check and
  • Pass a drug test.


Position will remain open until filled.

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