Service Technician
posted 05/09/2018
Residential HVAC technicians install and repair home heating and air quality systems, as well as refrigeration systems (this is why the profession is also often referred to as HVACR). They might specialize in installation or repair, certain types of systems or equipment. Additionally, residential HVAC technicians may be responsible for selling maintenance contracts to customers.

Prior to installing an HVAC system, technicians review specifications and explain to clients the varying product options. Once an agreement has been reached, they set up the system, which can include installing pumps and air ducts. Residential HVAC technicians may periodically return to check up on the system and perform any preventative maintenance, as well as troubleshoot system issues as they arise; they adjust system settings and conduct performance tests using specialized tools.

Must pass background check
Must have valid drivers license
Must submit to initial and periodic drug screening
Must be able to work independently or as a team with no issues
Must be able to lift a min of 50# and bend and kneel frequently and not have a fear of heights
Must be 608 and OSHA 30 certified

Additional Requirements:
• Must be able to repetitively sit, lift, stoop, bend, squat, kneel, reach and crawl.
• Must be able to climb ladders, and work from stationary platforms from elevated heights.
• Ability to lift up to 50 lbs
• Willing to undergo a background check in accordance with local law/regulations.
• Willing to take a drug test.

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