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Vacancy Details

Grade: 10

No questions specified.

Grade: All Grades

1 Are you impaired in your senses of smell, vision, hearing or touch that, even with accommodation, you cannot detect mechanical problems, or determine the quality of a repair you've made? Your answer may be validated against medical records, job references and other available information. Answer to this question is required
  • Yes
  • No
2 Are you available to work a regular shift 07:00 � 15:30 (7:00 AM to 3:30 PM)? Answer to this question is required
  • Yes
  • No
3 Are you available to work a regular shift 23:00 � 07:30 (11:00 PM to 7:30 AM)? Answer to this question is required
  • Yes
  • No
4 Are you available to work a regular shift 15:00 � 23:30 (3:00 PM to 11:30 PM)? Answer to this question is required
  • Yes
  • No
5 Which of the following functions can you NOT perform? If multiple items apply, choose the one closest to the top of the list that is still accurate. By making a selection, you are indicating you CANNOT perform this work. If you can perform all functions, choose the last item. Answer to this question is required
  • Working in enclosed spaces on a regular basis
  • Working for an hour at a time in an area that is uncomfortably cold or hot
  • Working in areas that are more dusty or greasy than a typical office environment
  • Lifting objects weighing up to 80 pounds
  • Climbing stairs and ladders
  • Turning large valves
  • Reading small gauges
  • I can perform ALL the above functions
6 Choose the statement that most accurately describes your professional experience. If multiple items accurately describe your professional experience, choose the item closest to the top of the list that is still accurate. Answer to this question is required
  • I have been responsible for repairing, inspecting, operating, and servicing industrial or commercial-grade heating and cooling systems.
  • I have received at least 40 hours of formal, on-the-job training on repairing, inspecting, operating, and servicing industrial or commercial-grade heating and cooling systems.
  • I have received at least 40 hours of formal classroom training on repairing, inspecting, operating, and servicing industrial or commercial-grade heating and cooling systems.
  • None of the above statements accurately describes my professional background.
7 Have you ever been responsible for restoring electrical, plumbing or control (BAS) systems control after a complete or partial breakdown? To answer yes, the restoration must have been on commercial or industrial-grade systems. Answer to this question is required
  • Yes
  • No
8 Which systems have you installed and/or maintained, with or without supervision? Answer to this question is required
  • Mechanical systems
  • Utility systems
  • Sewage ejector systems
  • Pneumatic air systems
  • Vacuum pumps
  • Fire pumps
  • Sump pumps
  • Centrifugal chillers
  • Centrifugal pumps
  • Electronic control systems
  • I have installed and/or maintained the above systems, but not in a leadership role
  • None of the above systems
9 On which of the following types of boiler(s) have you made repairs? Answer to this question is required
  • High pressure boiler
  • Low pressure boiler
  • Hot water boiler
  • Centrifugal chiller
  • Scroll chiller
  • Screw chiller
  • Hermetic chiller
  • None of the above pieces of equipment
10 In which of the following building environments have you had the most experience performing HVAC preventive or predictive maintenance services? Answer to this question is required
  • Residential
  • Light commercial
  • Heavy commercial
  • Industrial
  • Other environments not listed here
  • None of the above
11 Which of the following responses most accurately describes your highest level of experience maintaining and operating commercial/industrial air-handling units? Answer to this question is required
  • I have maintained and operated commercial/industrial air-handling unites with supervision and guidance.
  • I have independently maintained and operated commercial/industrial air-handling units.
  • I have overseen and monitored the work of others who are maintaining and operating commercial/industrial air-handling units
  • None of the above statements accurately describes my experience.
12 Choose the statement that most accurately describes your professional experience repairing heating and cooling systems. If multiple statements are accurate, choose the one closest to the top of the list this is still accurate. Answer to this question is required
  • Without supervision, I can apply advanced mathematical formulas, theories, HVAC laws and up-to-date trade practices to: a) test various mechanical systems of unusual complexity for research and development, or b) determine techniques and materials for building a model of complex design, or c) solve a complex problem dealing with temperature and humidity control within a space.
  • Without supervision, I am able to plan, lay out, set up, and complete jobs considered difficult in the HVACR line of work. I can modify equipment, switching readily from one technique to another if necessary to achieve work goals. I can contribute ideas based on practical knowledge.
  • With minimal supervision, I am able to lay out, set up, and complete journeyman-level assignments in the HVACR line of work. This includes knowing trade theory and up-to-date practices in HVACR, which enables me to perform fundamental troubleshooting and preventative maintenance on HVACR equipment and systems. I can maintain the required effects and tolerances commonly called for.
  • Working under close supervision, I am able to complete tasks of average difficulty for the HVACR trade, such as: a) completing preventative maintenance on refrigeration (low temperature) systems; b) replacing system parts and components and controls; or c) following standard shop practices in using materials, machines and equipment.
  • I have knowledge of simple procedures in the HVACR trade, and the relationships among various machines (e.g., mechanical, air conditioning, ducting and electrical control components required to operate a completed, functional system).
  • None of the above statements accurately describes my professional background.
13 Which of the following have you used to complete work assignments? Answer to this question is required
  • Water flow meter
  • Anemometer
  • Bolometer
  • Pressure gauges
  • Multimeter
  • Caliper
  • Pyrometer
  • Measuring tape
  • Ultrasound testing equipment
  • Voltmeter
  • Velometer
  • Ampmeter
  • Flow hood
  • Infrared scanner
  • Tensiometer
  • Dial indicator
  • None of the above
14 Choose those items that accurately describe your work experience. Answer to this question is required
  • I have planned complex mechanical system repairs.
  • I have interpreted construction blueprints.
  • I have carried out HVAC repairs and installations using complex manufacturer instructions and specifications.
  • I have completed the repair of a complex HVAC system on my own, using instructions from a manual or web site.
  • I have completed the repair of a complex HVAC system with substantial help of a colleague or supervisor, using instructions from a manual or web site.
  • None of the above statements accurately describes my work experience.
15 Which is the highest steam pressure range with which you have worked? Answer to this question is required
  • 1-15 pounds per square inch (psi)
  • 16-30 psi
  • 31-100 psi
  • 101-200 psi
  • Over 200 psi
  • None of the above
16 Which is the highest volume HVAC unit with which you have worked? Answer to this question is required
  • 10,000 to 20,000 cubic feet per minute (cfm)
  • 21,000 to 30,000 cfm
  • 31,000 cfm or greater
  • None of the above
17 On which of the following types of stream traps do you have experience performing predictive maintenance services? Answer to this question is required
  • Float and Thermostat (F&T)
  • Inverted Bucket
  • Thermostat Disc
  • None of the above
18 Which of the following tasks do you have experience performing in an industrial environment, as a regular part of your duties? Answer to this question is required
  • Inspection and lubrication of bearings
  • Inspection and replacement of filters
  • Inspection and exercise of valves
  • Tensioning/adjustment/replacement of belts
  • Observation/checks on strainers, traps, seals
  • Inspection of dampers and actuators
  • Inspection of coils
  • Calibration of pneumatic control devices
  • Planning and balancing of air distribution systems
  • Calibration of electronic control devices
  • Inspection of building level network (BLN) or floor level network (FLN) devices
  • None of the above
19 Which of the following utility system components do you have experience maintaining? Answer to this question is required
  • Valves
  • Steam traps
  • Filters
  • Strainers
  • Coils
  • Dampers
  • Control Valves
  • Flow control devices
  • None of the above
20 Complete the following statement accurately. If multiple items are accurate, choose the one closest to the top of the list, which is still accurate: "I have ____________ as part of my job." Answer to this question is required
  • developed new machine parts from scratch, when none were available for a repair
  • studied materials engineering in the classroom as part of a formal course of study
  • made adjustments to new machine parts, to adapt them for a purpose different than intended
  • consulted my supervisor for help in solving the problem of not having the right part for a specific repair
  • not completed any of these actions
21 Which of the following software applications do you have experience using? Answer to this question is required
  • E-mail
  • Word processing
  • Spreadsheets
  • Databases
  • Automated building management systems
  • Internet search engines
  • None of the above
22 Which of the following building automation systems-related tasks have you performed as a regular part of your job? Answer to this question is required
  • Troubleshooting electronic and pneumatic relays
  • Calibrating multiple electronic and pneumatic devices
  • Troubleshooting electronic and pneumatic modules
  • Generating alarm and operator reports
  • Troubleshooting floor level and/or building level networks
  • Troubleshooting automated BAS programs
  • Troubleshooting automated BAS sequences of operations
  • None of the above