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Current Openings

Service Tech Level 3

Reports To: Service Manager

Required Qualifications

  • Meet all qualifications for Service Technicians 1 and 2.
  • Layout and install refrigeration piping.
  • Layout and install low voltage wiring.
  • Read and interpret wiring diagrams and blueprints.
  • Perform routine preventative maintenance on residential and light commercial equipment without supervision, including completion of Checklist in full.
  • Diagnose most system problems, recommend repairs and perform repairs.
  • Begin to troubleshooting equipment and make repair and replace decisions.
  • Meet all qualifications for, and have all tools required for Service Tech 3.
  • Acquire low voltage license within 2 years of employment as Service Tech 3.
  • Acquire NATE certification within two years of employment as Service Tech 3.
  • Demonstrate willingness to accept responsibility and leadership roles.
  • Train, instruct and over see Service Technicians 1 and 2.
  • Understand and communicate benefits of preventative maintenance.
  • Basic customer service skills and have ability to communicate clearly, idea’s and explanations of problems to customers and coworkers.

Duties, Roles and Responsibilities

  • Provide hand and power tools as listed for Service Technician 3.
  • Rotate on-call status for emergency service.
  • Beginning knowledge of HVAC building code compliance.
  • Other duties as assigned.
  • Converse with building and homeowners, general contractors, referring questions and/or problems to supervisor.
  • Maintain professional appearance and attitude at all times.
  • Complete all warranty paperwork and service related forms properly.
  • Run after hours service calls as required.

Compensation/Benefits

Position pay range

  • $19.00 to $28.00 per hour, based on skills, experience, performance and on going training attendance.

Additional compensation

  • Spiff for planned maintenance agreement & equipment leads.

Medical insurance

  • None offered at this time.

Tool Purchase Program

  • Purchase of tools through paycheck deduction program.

Training and Education

  • Tuition Reimbursement Program, up to 100% for classes directly applicable to job functions.
  • Periodic training from various equipment manufacturers, local utilities, national industry associations and Value Heating & Cooling in-house training programs. Both mandatory and voluntary.

Holidays

  • Six (6) paid holidays after first complete year.
    • New Years Day
    • Fourth of July
    • Thanksgiving Day
    • Memorial Day
    • Labor Day
    • Christmas Day

Vacation

  • One (1) week after first complete year.
  • Two (2) weeks after fifth complete year.

Service Tech Level 5

Reports To: Service Manager

Required Qualifications

  • Ability to read and interpret wiring diagrams and blueprints.
  • Be familiar with a wide range of equipment and troubleshooting techniques.
  • Experience making repair and replace decisions.
  • Ability to acquire low voltage license within 2 years of employment as Service Technician 5.
  • Advanced customer service skills.
  • Acquire NATE certification within two years of employment as Service Technician 5
  • Demonstrate willingness to accept responsibility and leadership roles.
  • Operate scissors and genie lifts in safe manner.
  • Knowledge of basic sheet metal practices.
  • Knowledge of air balancing principles and techniques.

Duties, Roles and Responsibilities

  • Provide hand and power tools as listed for Service Technician 4.
  • Perform air balance with velometer or hood and recognize when and what problems exist from the test.
  • Layout, design and install low voltage wiring.
  • Compile a complete materials list from blueprints.
  • Verify and coordinate HVAC building code compliance.
  • Communicate clearly, the ideas and explanations of problems to customers and coworkers.
  • Train, instruct and over see other employees.
  • Present training seminars and classes for in-house meetings.
  • Troubleshooting equipment; make repair and replace decisions.
  • Other duties as assigned.
  • Acquire commercial and residential planned maintenance agreements.
  • Calculate equipment efficiency and operating costs.
  • Writing work order for projects sold.
  • Responsible for follow-up process on each work order.
  • Coordinate and remain current on all local utility programs.
  • Converse with facilities engineers, building and homeowners, and general contractors*
  • Maintain professional appearance and attitude at all times.
  • Run after hours calls as required.
  • *Assist Service Manager at Service Manager’s request

Compensation/Benefits

Position pay range

  • $35-45 per hour, based on skills, experience, performance and on going training attendance

Additional compensation

  • Spiff for commercial and residential planned maintenance agreements

Medical insurance

  • None offered at this time.

Tool Purchase Program

  • Purchase of tools through paycheck deduction program.

Training and Education

  • Tuition Reimbursement Program, up to 100% for classes directly applicable to job functions.
  • Periodic training from various equipment manufacturers, local utilities, national industry associations and Value Heating & Cooling in-house training programs. Both mandatory and voluntary.

Holidays

  • Six (6) paid holidays after first complete year.
    • New Years Day
    • Fourth of July
    • Thanksgiving Day
    • Memorial Day
    • Labor Day
    • Christmas Day

Vacation

  • One (1) week after first complete year.
  • Two (2) weeks after third complete year.

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