Ammonia - Efficiency in Motion The backbone of our organization is connected to those who are dedicated to keeping things in order.
Our Ammonia Operators are some of the best in the business.
Value. Respect, Investment in You: We invest in you, ensuring you have ongoing training, development, and opportunities.
Benefits after 30 days Immediate 401k matching and vesting Additional Profit Sharing on top of your 401k Equipment: We work hard to keep our equipment and tools up to date.
We don't believe in waiting until there's a risk before taking action.
Schedule: Day Shift Mon- Fri 8am-6pm. Our Ammonia Refrigeration Technician are known for their dedication and commitment to ensuring stability and optimum performance within our cold storage areas of operation we are focused on safety, preventative maintenance, and cost savings initiatives.
What?s different about working with Gordon Food Service?
Our investment in our people ? each year we dedicate time, money, and resources to ensure your training and certifications are up to date.
Tools ? we provide most of the larger tools and ask that you bring only the basics.
Best Practices ? from our rooftop ventilation systems, compressors, and other engineering designs we lead the industry in our operational structure and design Teamwork ?
with a spirit of teamwork, camaraderie, and support you?ll find those you work with to partner with you.
Values ? in our ?everyone is important?
environment, our people make the difference ?
and we value and support each person for their own professional & personal success Core responsibilities include: Inspect, monitor and maintain all ammonia refrigeration systems Complete daily preventive maintenance and reports as tasks are completed Ensure compliance with state, federal, and local agencies, including OSHA and the EPA Collaborate with the Safety Coordinator to develop and implement written Process Safety Manual (PSM) and Risk Management Plan (RPM) programs Operate and maintain all facility heating and air conditioning systems Troubleshoot electrical problems Minimum Requirements: High School diploma or GED is required Technical or Refrigeration Engineers Technician Association (RETA) certification preferred HAZMAT certification is preferred CARO or CIRO certification preferred Two years previous operating anhydrous ammonia systems OR HVAC/R experience - or an equivalent combination of education, training, and experience required Must have knowledge of state, federal, and local regulations, including OSHA and EPA with experience writing PSM's