Mechanic, General Services


Reporting to the Chief Engineer and the Director of Engineering, this position will be responsible for maintaining various aspects of the HVAC, plumbing and sprinkler operations for the Lincoln Center Campus which include but are not limited to multi-use buildings, public areas, and the Central Mechanical Plant (CMP).           

Lincoln Center is a 24x7 operation. The Mechanic position is a full-time position (40 hours per week) with the potential of additional overtime work.  The Mechanic may cross-train on different posts throughout campus, in order to be able to work overtime hours as may be needed.  

A current refrigeration license is preferred, but required for this position.  Qualifications include a minimum of 3 years of practical, hands-on work experience (not including time as an apprentice) maintaining and/or working with the following:

•    Pneumatic, electric, electronic and direct digital controls,
•    electric and steam centrifugal chillers,
•    steam and condensate systems,
•    refrigeration equipment,
•    domestic hot water heating systems,
•    plumbing and electrical work,
•    hydronic pumping systems,
•    fire alarm, sprinkler systems and standpipes, and
•    soldering/brazing,
•    hands-on mechanical work experience including motor replacements.


•    Preferred candidates will have experience working in a variety of complex facilities (including commercial space), systems, and equipment of all ages.  
•    Preferred candidates will also have boiler and building management controls (BMC) experience.


Candidates should express interest by submitting a resume with cover letter via email to [email protected] with the subject line of MECHANIC.  Resumes should reflect work experience as well as education and certifications obtained by the candidate.

The Engineer position is a union represented role (Local 30) and employees are required to join the Local 30 union within 30 days of employment.