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Techtronic Industries North America, Inc. Facilities Maintenance Technician in Anderson, South Carolina

One World Technologies, Inc. dba TTI Power Equipment, has an opening in its Anderson, SC location for a Facilities Maintenance Technician that will support a large-scale manufacturing campus. We offer competitive wages and a comprehensive benefits package -- tuition assistance, 401(k), medical/dental/vision coverage, vacation, and holiday.

This position is hands on, maintenance oriented. Work involves lifting and carrying items weighing approximately 90 pounds, bending, stooping, shoveling and climbing ladders; working on scaffolding, mechanical lifts, work with wood, dust and fumes. Position requires being on a call out list and responding to emergency situations anytime. Perform related work in a high paced, professional environment. Must possess ability to work independently or in a group. Must have the ability to bring a proactive and preventative maintenance mind set operating with the highest level of integrity and customer service. Must possess and maintain a valid driver's license. Must be proficient in the operation and use of a computer and ability to learn web based work order system. Ability to communicate clearly; in both verbal and written form.



  • Performs installation, maintenance and repair of heating, ventilation and air conditioning systems

  • Analyzes, repairs and performs preventative maintenance programs for motors, steam condensate return traps, pumps, controls, compressors, auxiliary heating and cooling systems, and related devices

  • Work with supervisor in the compilation of reports for changes to the HVAC systems which includes reporting cost, estimating values, and justifying changes

  • Maintains all associated EPA requirements including accurate Freon logs

  • Installs auxiliary control systems

  • Lights off, shuts down and operates boilers

  • Prepares systems for winter carry over and cold weather conditions

  • Installs/Inspects thermostats, and electrical wiring of furnaces, unit heaters and cooling units

  • Reviews new design and concepts of HVAC systems

  • Operates microprocessor fan controls and fire alarm systems

  • Programs computerized energy management systems

  • Charges, starts and checks for proper operation of HVAC equipment and related devices

  • Troubleshoots and repairs digital electronic and pneumatic HVAC control systems

  • Starts, stops and troubleshoots chiller operations

  • Modify and or install natural gas and water piping systems

  • Weld, Braze and or repair piping associated with HVAC install or modification

  • Change and wash filters and other preventative maintenance related parts


  • Good knowledge of National Electrical Code and Electrical safety practices

  • Interpret electrical circuit diagrams and blueprints

  • Use and maintain hand and power tools normally used in electrical and electronics equipment repair, such as, Ohmmeters, Ammeters, Meggers and others

  • Installs conduit, conductors, junction boxes, disconnects, switches and lighting systems

  • Test safety equipment, exit and emergency lighting. Replaces ballast and bulbs as needed

  • Repairs and replaces motors, starters, pumps, electrical aspects of chillers, boilers, fans and related cooling/heating equipment

  • Conducts electrical preventative maintenance including inspections, testing, cleaning and lubricating equipment and systems


  • Installs, maintains and repairs domestic and industrial water supply and drain lines for both the pressure and waste sides

  • Repairs or replaces faucets, valves, toilets, fixtures and other associated plumbing systems

  • Repairs and replaces steam lines, roof drains, heat returns and main water lines of heating and cooling systems

  • Installs gas, electric and open flame boilers and water heaters

  • Repairs circulating pumps and mixing valves

  • Cuts and thread pipes

  • Plumbs commercial kitchen facilities

  • Repairs specialty plumbing items such as emergency eye wash stations

  • Estimates time, material and cost of any associated jobs

  • Winterizes piping systems

  • Maintains stock of common repair items such as fittings, valves, washers, pipe and hose bibs


  • Repair broken windows, doors, walls and ceiling tiles

  • Repair and install door locks and closures

  • Install towel racks and dispensers

  • Repair and install racking systems

  • Install door jambs and hand metal or wood doors

  • Ability to comprehend plans, blueprints and specifications while recommending changes during the programming phase of a project

  • Install insulations and weather stripping; maintain and repair machinery, tools and equipment associated with the carpentry trade

  • Ability to repair or replace door handles and locking systems


  • Must possess an associated degree in industrial maintenance and or commensurate experience related to overall facilities maintenance

  • Hold certification as a Universal EPA Certified Technician, Type I, II, III

  • Holds certification in Mainstream Engineering R410A

  • Certified electrician license a plus but not required

  • Ability to gain other certifications and complete training as directed

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