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Experienced Residential Plumber

Would you like to work with a happy, upbeat group of people and NEVER be on-call? How about a 4-day weekend every 5th week?

Does up to 4 weeks paid time off sound okay to you? And the money is good. Extremely good. In fact, the money is exactly as good as you are.

I want you to come to work for me. My name is Dewey Jenkins. As you know, Morris-Jenkins is one of the most respected HVAC companies in America. Now we're into full-service plumbing and frankly, our plumbing division has taken off so fast I can barely hang on. It's like trying to hold onto a jet during takeoff!

We have high standards at Morris-Jenkins but we don't have a lot of rules. We're a local, family-owned business and we're deeply committed to our people.

I want you to be one of them.

Aside from being the most fun place you've ever worked (or even heard of,) you're going to receive great benefits at Morris-Jenkins:

We have a Tool Purchasing Program because we want you to have great tools. We provide weekly training, continuing education, AND we're willing to assist you in getting your NC and SC Master Plumbing License. In addition to all this, you'll be given top-notch technical support 24/7. There will always be someone available to help you. At Morris-Jenkins, we've got your back.

And then there are the small things, like:

Fine-quality uniforms furnished and paid for by the company.

A company truck to take home every night

And a Smart Phone provided by the company.

Now let's talk about your family...

We have a top tier Benefits plan, including:

Short & Long Term Disability
Flexible Medical and Child Care Spending Plan
401(k) Savings Plan for retirement

And you'll have lots of opportunities for advancement.

Morris-Jenkins is the kind of company where you can comfortably - and safely - build a career. Let's sit down and talk. All inquiries will be kept strictly confidential. Thanks for listening.


We need several Residential Plumbing Lead Installers for drainage and water heaters. You may be doing removal & installation of water heaters, tankless heaters, filtration systems, gas lines, fixtures, and pipe modifications. General purpose: Customer Service, Problem Resolution, and Time Management.


  • Partner with dispatchers, technicians, and installers to provide customers with service as outlined in department policies and procedures
  • Address customer issues and ensure effective and long-term problem resolution
  • Provide excellent customer service
  • Serve customers by analyzing work orders, following daily travel schedule, investigating complaints, conducting tests, and resolving problems
  • Establish service by studying system requirements, ordering and gathering components and parts, and performing acceptance tests
  • Cooperate with other departments to continually improve the process and flow of information
  • Keep personal tools and equipment operable and up to date
  • Document work performed in accordance with company procedures
  • Maintain and update knowledge of current plumbing standards
  • Maintain professional conduct and appearance in all working conditions
  • All other duties and responsibilities as assigned by supervisor/manager


  • 3+ years of residential plumbing experience with strong knowledge of state and local codes and regulations, working with water heaters, tankless, filtration, gas lines, gas logs, drainage, pipe modification, or drain cleaning
  • Strong customer service and interpersonal communication skills
  • Knowledgeable and skilled in the safe use and maintenance of required tools
  • High School Diploma or GED
  • Basic computer skills
  • Ability to speak, read, and write fluently in the English language
  • Must pass pre-employment drug test
  • Must pass extensive criminal background check
  • Must have an insurable driving record & valid driver license


  • Valid North Carolina Plumbing Contractor (P1 or P2)
  • Valid North Carolina Journeyman license
  • Valid South Carolina LLR Plumbing Contractor License
  • Valid South Carolina MASC Master Plumber Certification
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