Requisition ID:  28871

Indoor Air Quality Technician, Associate

Job Summary

Serve as an Indoor Air Quality Technician (IAQ) Trainee.  Learn to support all Operations and Maintenance crafts including:  the IAQ group, Central Shops, and Zones.  Must successfully learn and develop skills in the following areas:  temperature control, mechanical system controls, direct digital controls, electric control systems, testing and balancing, and fume hood balancing.  Must be able to learn to perform preventative maintenance and troubleshooting checks on all heating, ventilation, and air conditioning equipment.  Overtime may be required.

What you will be doing :

  • Inspect and evaluate heating, ventilation and air conditioning equipment.  
  • Learn how to establish proper safety precautions to be observed, instruments to be used and types of measurements necessary (rpm, amps, pressure, etc.) to totally balance HVAC equipment.  
  • Develop skills on how to install and adjust controls needed to regulate and control temperature, humidity, pressure, water flow and airflow.  
  • Learn how to route and connect electrical conductors and components.  
  • Gain knowledge of test systems and adjust controls as required to balance system and assure proper functioning.  
  • Become skilled at performing preventative maintenance and troubleshooting checks on most types of HVAC equipment.  
  • Learn how to diagnose problems and determine appropriate repairs.  
  • Understand how to disassemble, clean, inspect, repair, rebuild, overhaul and replace parts.  
  • Learn how to reassemble, adjust and test all equipment in accordance with the preventive maintenance system schedules.  
  • Learn how to refer to and interpret process control language to identify problems and possible solutions.  
  • Notify proper people of equipment failures and possible solutions. 

What you must have:

  • High school diploma/GED
  • Ability to successfully complete Module one and two of the Indoor Air Quality Apprenticeship program within 24 months of employment in this position to be promoted to the next level (IAQT)
  • Strong mechanical aptitude 
  • Good oral and written communication skills 
  • Ability to perform basic mathematical calculations and interpret technical material and be able to read and interpret various types of blueprints and control schematics
  • Basic computer skills and a familiarity with word processors and spreadsheets
  • Ability to lift and carry 25 to 50 lbs. frequently, and up to 60 lbs. or more occasionally
  • Exposed to adverse conditions such as electrical hazards, extreme cold and heat, confined spaces and working from heights
  • Personal protective equipment required during specific operations.
  • A valid US or Canadian driver’s license  


Typically requires a high school diploma/GED


Minimum of 0 to 2 years of experience

FLSA Status


Nearest Major Market: Lafayette