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HVAC Balancing & Testing Technologists

Reference ID: Harvey 2241

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HVAC Balancing & Testing Technologists: Harvey 2241

HVAC system testing, adjusting and balancing is essential for efficient system operation, essential for cost-effective energy conservation management, and essential for tenant comfort. Our experienced TAB (Testing and Balancing) technologists can, through systematic testing procedures, adjust and balance to correct flows in all new and existing HVAC systems.

If you have working experience in the following areas, I would like to meet and talk with you.

  • Air and Hydronic Systems Balancing
  • Fume Hood Testing & Certification
  • Fire Damper Testing
  • Clean Room System Balancing
  • HVAC System survey
  • Performance Testing
  • HVAC System final 'As Built' drafting

We are currently looking for an experienced HVAC balancing and testing technologist, for our company, located in Burnaby, BC.

  • All applicants must have very good communication skills, be physically fit, and have a strong mechanical aptitude.
  • Post-Secondary education like BCIT - Mechanical System Graduate (or equivalent) is required.
  • Registration with ASTT of BC, as a technologist, and past experiences, will be a definite asset.
  • Training, supervision and instrumentation will be provided.
  • You must have the ability to work independently, and within a team environment.

This is a fulltime position                                                                                                                                                                                  Salary is open depending on your experience.                                                                                                                                               Competitive wages, car allowance, and extended health benefits.


Posted: May 19, 2019
Closes: July 18, 2019