HVAC Installation Technician
The Installation Technician reports to the Installation Manager and is responsible for performing installation jobs for residential customers. Customer-based activities require an individual possessing traits of decisiveness, initiative, tact, judgment, integrity, dependability, and the ability to communicate in a technically credible manner. Job-related contact can occur with virtually all demographic groups, with the majority of working contacts being customers, other Air Worth technicians, the Installation Manager, the Estimator and the Parts Runner.
- Paid Training
- Careers Advancement Opportunities
- Flexible Scheduling
- Competitive Compensation
- Year-Round Work
- Spiffs, Rewards, & Employee Contests
- Serving as a member of the Installation team which are organized to conduct HVAC installation jobs in an efficient and timely manner.
- Performing routine HVAC installation activities without direct oversight or on-site assistance.
- Assisting Senior Installation Technicians in training of new Air Worth employees on installation related subjects, including callback prevention and installation protocols.
- Conducting non-installation work in support of the IAQ and Service Departments, as assigned.
- Performing related duties as directed by the Installation Manager.
- High school graduate and graduate of a post-secondary HVAC program of instruction of two or more years in duration.
- One or more years of successful experience, either as a residential, commercial service, or installation technician.
- Good verbal and reading skills, including the ability to read and apply manufacturers’ instructions and to clearly communicate with residential and commercial customers, suppliers, and other Air Worth Heating & Cooling employees.
- Physical ability to perform all duties noted above under the conditions, circumstances, and extreme weather conditions found in TX.
- Interest and initiative in maintaining and advancing his or her HVAC skills through a combination of self-study, company training, manufacturers’ workshops, and other professional development activities.
- Current TX operator’s license and the ability to operate all vehicles in the corporate fleet within 30 days of initial employment. Incumbent must be insurable by current Air Worth Heating & Cooling insurance carrier
- Ability to work under pressures of time, a non-standard schedule, weather, customer needs, and backlog constraints.