Plant Facilities

Cookeville Regional Medical Center

HVAC Technician Apply
FT
TBD
Description:

This position is responsible for the upkeep of all HVAC/refrigeration and air handling systems consistent with the Medical Center’s strategies and objectives.  Included:  Assist the Plant Facilities Supervisor in meeting compliance with city, state, federal, NFPA and JCAHO regulations relating applicable codes.  Installation, troubleshoot, preventive maintenance, repair and service to all HVAC/refrigeration systems. Performs boiler watch, and helps other trades as needed/requested.  Responsible for completing assigned task within the PM program.  Performs other duties as assigned/requested.  Maintains excellent working relationships with other hospital departments. Supports and carries out the hospital policies and procedures.  Supports the Department Director, Supervisor, and department staff.

  1. EDUCATION: 

            High school diploma or equivalent preferred.

 

  1. EXPERIENCE: 
  1. Trade school with courses in A/C, refrigeration, electrical required.
  2. Experience in another health care facility desirable.
  3. Must have minimum of three years previous experience.
  4. Computer experience needed.
  5. PLC knowledge desirable.
  6. Knowledge of chillers desirable.

 

  1. SKILLS: 
  1. Must have good working knowledge of current city, state, federal, NFPA and JCAHO regulations relating applicable codes.
  2. Must read and interpret blueprints, schematics, manufacturer’s manuals, troubleshooting charts and procedures.
  3. Exhibits confidence in self and others.  Self-starter.
  4. Inspires respect and trust.
  5. Reacts well under pressure.
  6. Shows courage to take action.
  7. Motivates others to perform well.
  8. Communicates changes and progress.
  9. Completes projects on time and within budget.
  10. Uses time efficiently.
  11. Sets goals and objectives.
  12. Works in an organized manner.
Low Voltage Technician Apply
FT
TBD
Description:

This position is responsible for coordinating and implementation of all cable installation requests.  Responsible for hospital-wide cable system to include but not limited to the following: Data cable, telecommunication cable, paging, nurse call, TV cable, telemetry cable, fiber optics, etc.  Manage and maintain the integrity of all fire and smoke walls.  Develop procedures to support cable management such as routing and color coding.  Mapping of new and existing cables (Network). Working with low voltage cable, conduit and circuits. Pulling and terminating wiring cable such as Cat 5E or 6. Working on DC battery systems. Trimming out security devices. Programming video surveillance equipment. Installing and wiring alarm panels. Working with coaxial cables, category rated cables and fiber optics. Testing and adjusting connections to diagnose problems. Analyzing schematics, blueprints, and drawings of low voltage electronic systems.   All other duties as assigned by the Director.

 

  1. EDUCATION: 

            High school diploma or equivalent preferred.

  1. EXPERIENCE: 
  1. Minimum 3 years experience
  2. Prefer certification Cat 5, 6 and Fiber Optics
  3. Vocational and apprenticeship in the trade desirable.
  4. Experience in another health care facility desirable.
  5. Computer experience needed.
  1. SKILLS: 
  1. Must have good working knowledge of current city, state, federal, NFPA and JCAHO regulations relating applicable codes.
  2. Must read and interpret blueprints, schematics, manufacturer’s manuals, troubleshooting charts and procedures.
  3. Exhibits confidence in self and others.  Self-starter.
  4. Inspires respect and trust.
  5. Reacts well under pressure.
  6. Shows courage to take action.
  7. Motivates others to perform well.
  8. Communicates changes and progress.
  9. Completes projects on time and within budget.
  10. Uses time efficiently.
  11. Sets goals and objectives.
  12. Works in an organized manner.