HVAC Service Technician - Entry Level
Job Description We are looking for a hard-working, dedicated HVAC Technician to join our growing staff. The individual in this role will be responsible for installing, inspecting, and fixing our customers' heating, cooling, and ventilation systems. Candidates should have extensive experience in handling, installing, and fixing HVAC equipment, and be comfortable working with little to no supervision. Duties and Responsibilities: Travel to homes and businesses on a daily basis as scheduled Perform consultations with customers Determine customer needs and discuss all solution methods Install new heating, cooling, and ventilation systems Inspect current HVAC systems for effectiveness and safety Perform preventative maintenance on HVAC systems to increase longevity Conduct performance tests with specialized tools Troubleshoot current HVAC system issues Repair damaged HVAC systems Sell ongoing maintenance contracts to current customers Keep records of customer appointments and payment transactions including invoices Maintain accurate inventory of all equipment and HVAC resources Requirements and Qualifications: 3-5 years apprenticeship under a journeyperson preferred Certification through the Environmental Protection Agency to handle refrigerants required Certification or associate's degree from an HVAC program at a technical school required Must hold state HVAC technician license Previous on the job training a plus Strong verbal communication skills, ability to explain complex HVAC issues with customers in a way they understand Critical-thinker, problem-solver Must hold state driver's license Must be punctual and adhere to a daily schedule with multiple appointments in different locations Company Description The distinguishing characteristic of an NBC certified technician is the ability to prescribe solutions to the endless field conditions that prohibit an HVAC system from achieving balance and maximum field performance. Nearly all NBC technicians have extensive field experience in HVAC system repair, installation or service and possess skills required to troubleshoot the most difficult field conditions that can be revealed by their testing. These technicians test, diagnose and maximize the performance of over 200,000 HVAC systems per year.