High School Dipolma or equivalent required
A valid driver’s license is required
2 years of experience in the HVAC industry required
May be required to pass an oral examination board per local requirements
Principles and practices of Heating, Venting, Air Conditioning (HVAC) maintenance and repair; hazard and safety practices common to the trade
HVAC controls and safety devices; appropriate Safety Data Sheets (SDSs) / chemical usages; tools of the trade; materials and refrigerant recovery equipment and procedures used in installing, repairing and maintaining HVAC systems
Computerized electrical circuits and systems as they relate to air-conditioning, heating, ventilating, and refrigerated cooling.
Sheet metal, electrical, plumbing and carpentry
Basic understanding of building automation controls
Push/pull/lift up to 50lbs
Interpret building codes and regulations as they relate to HVAC
Properly install refrigerant compressors
Diagnose problems and make recommendations
Make estimates of materials required
Repair and replace damaged parts and equipment
Read blueprints, floor plans and wiring diagrams
Read and interpret City, State, and EPA regulations
Work independently in the absence of supervision
Work closely with colleagues as part of an integrated team
Follow standard processes to accomplish tasks
Understand and follow oral and written directions
Establish and maintain effective relationships with those contacted in the course of work
Communicate clearly and concisely, both orally and in writing
Work at various changing work areas including elevated heights, on ladders/platforms
Safely operate company vehicles, machinery, and equipment
Recognize safety hazards commonly found in HVAC operations, and identify and implement appropriate controls to ensure safe work
Identify situations that require escalation or elevation to Supervisor or Manager for guidance or need to request additional support
Competent in the proper use of hand and electrical tools
Possess basic knowelege of computers and cell phone apps
Able to rig and properly set up gantry for safely lifting equipment, overhauling pumps, chillers etc.
Understand the proper and safe use of chain blocks, rigging straps and trolleys
Machinery, Tools, Equipment, and Personal Protective Equipment required:
Personal Protective Equipment as required according to company hazard assessments.
Medical surveillance participation (i.e. annual hearing tests, respiratory fit-testing/physicals, etc.) may be required.
Essential tools (various tools depending on job assignments).
Service/Maintenance vehicles – may require DOT physicals per regulatory requirement.
Ability to operate and maintain various models of power industrial vehicles/aerial lift equipment.
We offer competitive compensation and comprehensive benefits and programs that help our employees thrive in both their professional and personal lives.
At Carrier, we have a performance-driven culture – and it starts with strong teams and bold vision. That’s why we’re committed to attracting and retaining world-class talent.