HVAC SERVICE TECHNICIAN
Dear Services Kent, WA
- Posted: over a month ago
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HVAC Service Technician
Today is awesome! You showed up for work, got a truck that was ready to go with all of your equipment and supplies, found the team member you would be training that day, and you drove to your first customer’s house to work on a customer’s HVAC systems. The project is a challenge but you’re always ready to step-up to that challenge to make sure that your work is of the highest quality and the customer is thrilled with the service they receive. You wrap up the first project of the day and get ready to move on to the next house. You’re already looking forward to tomorrow!
Work with the team: You stay in contact with your supervisor and your team to make sure the work orders are completed efficiently – everyone pitches in because it’s ultimately about serving the customer.
Develop your expertise: You repair various HVAC systems and install a system when the install team needs a helping hand, knowing that you’re ultimately helping people live comfortable and safer lives. Over time, you gain a growing expertise at diagnosing problems and understanding how to repair or replace them. You respond to emergencies with safety as your top priority.
Become a trusted professional: You keep your tools neat, clean, and well-maintained so they’re handy and ready for use and safe. You’ll learn to prepare written materials (e.g. scope of work, work orders, bids, equipment inventory, etc.) because you know that this keeps everyone informed – from the customer to the team back at the office.
You love to learn: You have a high school diploma or equivalent. Most importantly, you have a drive to learn more because you know that it serves everyone – from the customer to the team to yourself. You’re even willing to be cross-trained in other trades.
You’re a tech-savvy people-person: You love the puzzle and adventure of understanding and completing the technical challenges you’re posed with every day. At the same time, you’re comfortable talking to a homeowner and professionally educating them on what their options are. Equipment handling, technical information and basic math? No problem.
You’re ready to work: You have experience servicing, troubleshooting, diagnosing, repairing and installing HVAC components. You possess your own tools necessary to complete your work. You have a driver’s license, a ready-to-work attitude, and no problem handling the physical demands of the job – such as lifting heavy equipment or balancing on a ladder. You’re capable of working in enclosed spaces or doing a significant amount of crawling and standing. (Hey, if this is a surprise to you then you probably shouldn’t be an HVAC technician).
You’re a professional: You are clean, neat, and well-groomed in appearance and you understand that safety is paramount. You won’t work anywhere that is unsafe but you know safety is a two-way street, so you won’t do anything unsafe either.
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