Lead HVAC Contractor

Job | Posted 12 days ago


Job Description  


Job Title: Lead HVAC  


Credentials: Valid Oklahoma Drivers License and  acceptable driving record; State  

Journeyman's HVAC license; Mechanical  

contractor's license: AC-V; RF-I; HE-V,  

NP-I, and SM-I preferred. 

Education: High school, GED and specialized  vocational    training in heating,  

  ventilating and air conditioning. 

Training or Experience Required: Seven to ten years in the  heating and air conditioning field; training may substitute  for some on the job experience. Five years experience in  the district, as a HVAC Technician preferred.  

Special Skills, Knowledge, Abilities:  

Communication Skills (oral, written, or business). Basic  communication skills to exchange information, give/receive simple instructions and respond to inquiries. Includes filling out  forms. 

Data Recording/Record Keeping: Performs data recording/record  keeping operations determining what changes need to be made to  existing records, including computerized records. 

Mathematical Skills: Performs routine computations requiring a  knowledge of addition, subtraction, multiplication and division  using whole numbers, fractions, decimals and/or percentages. 

Reading and Interpreting: Reads and interprets complex written or printed materials such as schematics, blueprints, building plans, charts, diagrams, maps or instruction material. 

Business Machines (like computers, copiers, etc.): Uses business  machines that can be easily learned from simple manuals or simple verbal instructions. 

Office Filing and Retrieving: Responsible for establishing and/or maintaining an existing filing system. 

Tools and Equipment Usage (other than keyboards, or office  machines): Uses tools or equipment with expertise acquired  through extensive experience and/or specialized training. The  most complicated equipment includes Volt Amp Ohmmeters, freon 

gauges, recovery/recycle equipment, vacuum pumps, and welding  torches. 

Site: Central Service Center 

Reports To: Maintenance Supervisor 

Job Goal (Purpose of Position): Performs skilled/full journey  level and foreman/lead duties under limited supervision to  install, repair or maintain heating, ventilating, and air  conditioning system and equipment within the district.  

An incumbent in this position will follow generally standardized  operating policies and procedures. On occasion he will have to  utilize discretion, ingenuity and independent judgment due to the complexity of the job.  

Contact with Others: An incumbent in this position has some  regular public contact with the public and with members of own  staff or district.  

Other Performance Measures: 

Successful performance of the job requires good customer  service/people skills to resolve problems. It requires following safety guidelines and policies to reduce accident or injury.  It requires following school dress standards, proper attendance  or leave policies, and other work-habits concerns. Some  initiative, self-discipline and effective problem solving are  necessary for the success of the position. 

Essential Job Functions:  

1. Oversees the HVAC system for the district. Assigns work to  employees. Reviews performance, trains and provides  technical assistance.  

2. Trouble shoots, maintains, repairs, and installs HVAC and  refrigeration equipment in the district. 

3. Performs preventive maintenance to equipment. Cleans coils,  keeps units cleaned and oiled, changes filters. 

4. Upgrades HVAC and refrigeration equipment when needed. 

5. Informs supervisor of parts, equipment and other supplies  that are necessary to do job. Keeps necessary parts and  supplies on hand for common projects.

6. Provides suggestions that would prolong the life of the  equipment. 

7. Oversees housekeeping duties and ensures that work area,  HVAC shop and tools, including assigned vehicle, are  properly maintained.  

8. Performs other duties as assigned. 

Supervision exercised: An incumbent is a lead worker with limited responsibility to correct mistakes, to provide new employee  training, and to answer routine/standardized procedural  questions.  

Physical/Mental Requirements and Working Conditions: 

In a workday, the employee must stand/walk 6-8 hours per day.  Employee's job requires occasional to frequent bending/stooping,  squatting/crouching, crawling/kneeling, pushing/pulling, climbing (to 18 feet) and reaching above the shoulders. 

Employee's job requires frequent carrying/lifting of up to 50  pounds and occasional lifting from 50 to 90 pounds carrying  ladders, freon, vacuum pump, and changing out compressors. 

Employee must possess manual dexterity/visual ability to operate  hand and power tools, and ladders. Must be able to read labels,  blueprints, and schematics. Employee must possess hearing to  distinguish normal/abnormal sounds. Must be able to communicate  with fellow workers and the public. Must be able to climb  ladders and work within confined spaces. 

Employee's job requires working on unprotected heights (18 ft.  ladder and roof); Use of/close to machinery (boilers/air  handlers); working in the outdoors with temperature changes;  driving motorized equipment (vans and lifts); exposure to toxic  and pressurized gas (freon), liquids, high voltages and working  on live circuits. 

Terms of Employment: 

Contract length: 260 days 

Work Schedule: 7:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. 

Salary Schedule: Lead Salary Schedule 

Reviewed and accepted: ____________________________________ 

Supervisor's signature date

____________________________________ Incumbent's signature date

Posted By

Norman Public Schools

131 South Flood , Norman, OK 73069

At the following locations


425 12TH AVE NE , NORMAN, OK 73071

Compare with State

Amount per Student


State Average: $8,775

% ELL Students


State Average: 7%

Student Teacher Ratio


State Average: 16.32

% IEP Students


State Average: 16%



State Average: 142