Controls Systems Technician - Johnson Controls

Job Details

Controls Systems Technician

  • City City: Kingston
  • Rate of Pay Rate of Pay: Hourly
  • Positions Available Positions Available: 2
  • Type Type: Full Time
  • Duration Duration: Permanent
  • Avg. Hours/Week Avg. Hours/Week: 37.5
  • Schedule Schedule: Days, Shift
  • Education Education: College, University

Be part of the future! 

We are one team, dedicated to working collaboratively to create the purposeful solutions that propel the world forward. We hope you will join our diverse team of top people – you bring your talent, and we’ll give you the space and opportunities to grow and succeed. We are committed to make a difference. 

What we offer:

  • Competitive Starting Pay
  • Paid Training
  • Global Advancement Opportunities
  • Company Vehicle (as applicable)
  • Referral Bonuses
  • Comprehensive Benefits
  • Medical/Dental/Vision insurance
  • Life Insurance
  • Short-Term and Long-Term Disability
  • Competitive Retirement Saving Plans
  • Employee Assistance Program
  • Wellness Program
  • And more!

What you will do

  • Performs assigned system commissioning using Johnson Controls configuration and commissioning tools.
  • Troubleshoots and resolves basic HVAC mechanical, electrical, and control problems
  • Responds to basic warranty calls.

How you will do it

  • Loads system-level controller software. Performs basic commissioning and system diagnostics from system-level controllers to end devices (i.e., sensors, actuators, etc.) and completes all required commissioning documentation
  • Keeps management and JCI contractor or customer informed of job progress and issues
  • Calibrates systems requiring basic electronic test equipment
  • Completes administrative tasks including but not limited to time sheets, expense reports, and on-site documentation
  • Documents changes and provides information for as-built documentation
  • Communicates with the JCI contractor or customer upon arrival and before leaving the work site
  • Follows all safety standards and attends required safety training. High degree of regard to employee and subcontractor safety

What we look for


  • Demonstrated technical aptitude
  • Able to use hand tools (i.e., screwdrivers, wrenches, wire strippers)
  • Strong computer skills required
  • Attention to detail
  • Effective communication and listening skills
  • Willing to travel in Kingston/Belleville region – some out-of-town expectations from time to time
  • Valid Driver’s License with good driving record


  • Two years’ experience in installing electronic and/or mechanical systems.
  • Demonstrated knowledge of HVAC systems.

Terms and Conditions of such benefits programs are subject to change at any time at the sole discretion of the Company.

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