Tradesmen International, Inc. Industrial Refrigeration Technician in Tri Cities, Washington
Now interviewing for Industrial Refrigeration Technicians for work in the tri cities and surrounding areas. With top pay benefits and work in the industry you love.
Industrial Refrigeration Technicians, repair, install and troubleshoot refrigeration systems. They can work on industrial or residential climate-control systems, such as HVAC units, ice machines, beverage equipment and refrigerated storage units. Refrigeration Technicians also perform preventative maintenance in order to avoid future problems or breakdowns. Refrigeration Technicians are generally able to work on mechanical and electrical components of these systems, though some may be trained to specialize in either of these areas.
These technicians might work on equipment in restaurants, hotels, grocery stores or manufacturing companies. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, the employment growth rate for all heating, air conditioning and Refrigeration Technicians is projected to be 14 percent between 2014 and 2024. The continued need to replace and upgrade systems and the use of more sophisticated systems, which will require well-trained technicians for installation and repair purposes, are factors that will fuel this
Install New Refrigeration Systems
Refrigeration Technicians are typically responsible for installing climate-control systems, and some specialize only in this area. They need to be knowledgeable about all components of these systems, read blueprints and schematics, understand compliance standards, know local building codes and apply welding and soldering techniques as required.
Repair and Upgrade Refrigeration Systems
A primary responsibility of a Refrigeration Technician is to diagnose problems and make repairs to existing equipment. Refrigeration Technicians apply troubleshooting methods, replace parts and run tests to ensure the systems is working properly following repairs. They also upgrade systems to satisfy new regulations or meet new standards.
Maintain Existing Refrigeration Systems
Performing preventative maintenance on refrigeration systems is another primary duty of a Refrigeration Technician. This entails following a checklist of parts and operations that need to be tested during a routine inspection of existing equipment, such as compressors, condensers, electrical connections and motor operations.
Core skills : Based on job listings we looked at, employers want Refrigeration Technicians with these core skills. If you want to work as a Refrigeration Technician, focus on the following.
Understanding the operations of commercial and residential refrigeration systems
Diagnosing malfunctions and defects in equipment
Reading blueprints and electrical and electronic schematics
Grasping electrical and plumbing concepts
Operating tools, gauges and other testing equipment for refrigeration systems
Advanced skills : While most employers did not require the following skills, multiple job listings included them as preferred. Add these to your Refrigeration Technician toolbox and broaden your career options.
Knowledge of basic construction methods
Possessing mechanical license
In addition to consistent work, top pay, and employment opportunities, we provide a benefits package that includes:
Dental and vision plan
Prescription drug plan
401(k) profit-sharing savings plan
Tool purchase programs
Tradesmen International is an Equal Opportunity Employer (EOE).
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Req ID 2018-178671IN
Category Maintenance Work
Job Board IN
Location US-WA-Tri Cities