HVAC Technician (NO ON CALL) (Akron, Oh)

HVAC Technician (NO ON CALL) (Akron, Oh)

02 Jun 2020

HVAC Technician (NO ON CALL) (Akron, Oh)

A third generation family owned and operated company is seeking a Boiler and HVAC Service technician.

Although Wilson Plumbing and Heating has a diverse offering of services, our primary niche is that of THE boiler company in Akron. For 60 years we have been the local experts on Steam and Water boiler heat in our area with no other companies coming close to our experience, knowledge or customer satisfaction in this service. The role of boiler and HVAC technician is a coveted role by us as this individual will be working to represent the local authority on boilers, and although we can teach this individual more over time, they need to come into the role well trained. This individual would also ideally have experience in servicing and repairing gas furnaces and air conditioners.

Job Description

The essential functions include, but are not limited to the following:

Serving the company’s clients through expert installation of replacement systems. Replacements represent 50% of the company’s total business and therefore it is imperative that the company has an excellent reputation for quality installations. Take pride in every installation that you do. Let the client know what you did for them that other companies don’t usually do. Show the client through the quality of your work that your company offers superior service and quality.

Wear floor savers while in the client’s home. Use drop cloths to protect the client’s floors while performing an installation. Always maintain a neat work area where you are working.

Re-check each aspect of an installation before leaving the job to prevent unnecessary callbacks after the job is finished. Use the Installation Excellence Form for re-checking.

Always explain the system to the client when finished with an installation and make sure that they are 100% satisfied with the work.

Always be safety conscious both on the job and while driving, and make sure that the assistant installer is also working safely and neatly.

Maintain a production level minimum as determined by management and the annual plan.

Perform full system change-outs in an average of one day or less.

Trucks must be neat and clean on the inside and outside at all times. The truck is one of the best billboards that the company has. Park the truck for the maximum impact of the “billboard” when possible.

Train installation assistants, teaching them to work independently for maximum installation efficiency.

Fill out installation paperwork in a timely and accurate manner.

Physical Demands:

Climbing up and down on ladders and equipment

Heavy lifting required (50-75) pounds, ladder work and tight space work required from time to time

Ability to pick-up a minimum of 25 pounds consistently and carry up to 250 feet unassisted

Operate handheld power tools

Wear personal protective equipment

Ability to work more than 40 hours per work week and up to 12 hours per day

Working Environment:

Work both indoors and outdoors

Would be exposed to very hot or very cold temperatures

Will be in proximity to hazardous conditions, equipment, and situations

Must be able to work with sharp tools and electricity that could potentially produce cuts or burns

Wear safety attire often, such as goggles or other protective clothing

Could be exposed to sounds and noise levels that are uncomfortable and distracting

Will be exposed to very bright or inadequate lighting conditions

Ability to climb ladders and work from roofs and scaffolding

Will work around exposed contaminants

Must be able to work in cramped work places, such as crawl spaces under floors.

Obey company Code of Ethics and the Team Rules

Job Type: Full-time

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