Provides and arranges for services necessary for installation, repair, operation and maintenance of medical gas system such as Acetylene, Ammonia, Argon, Helium, Isobutane, Methane, Nitrogen, Nitrous Oxide, Zero Air, Oxygen, Nitrox oxide, Air Vacuum, instrument air, carbon dioxide and associated equipment of project buildings and facilities. Performs assigned duties promptly and proficiently.
Specific duties and responsibilities may vary depending on department or project needs without changing the general nature and scope of the job or level of responsibility. Employees may also perform other duties as assigned.
Complies with all Medical Gas standards and policies with a focus on safety, license requirements, attendance, and training.
Installs new or replacement machinery, equipment, and fixtures following applicable building codes.
Maintains and repairs various equipment and operates various machine tools.
Inspects and tests medical gas outlets/inlets, zone valves, alarms and sources in medical facilities.
Performs maintenance on vacuum pumps, medical air compressors and medical gas manifolds.
Repairs medical gas equipment using power & hand tools and other necessary equipment.
Installs medical gas piping and components of the medical gas distribution system.
Evaluates repairs and submits all necessary information to prepare proposals for customers.
Performs routine inspections of building facility equipment, noting deficiencies, and initiates repairs. Responds to client requests to address facility deficiencies.
Performs welding, brazing, and soldering in accordance with recognized and accepted standards and practices.
Assists staff with trouble-shooting repairs as well as installation of facility equipment.
Checks pump and motor operation in various areas of the facility.
Monitors and inspects equipment for proper operations and report all deficiencies to the Supervisor.
Maintains a safe and clean work environment at all times.
Performs job duties in compliance with all local and federal governmental regulations (NFPA 99, OSHA, EPA, DOT, etc.), and all company policies and procedures.
Responds to emergency calls in the facility and makes emergency repairs as needed