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HVAC Entry Level "Tech Builder" Trainee

Do you have exceptional communication & interpersonal skills with a strong set of ethical values?
Would you consider yourself mechanically inclined?
Do you want an exciting career, not just another job?

GREAT!  Then, we'd like to pay you to learn the HVAC trade.

Intrigued?  Come to our Open House event on Saturday, 7/15/17 from 8 AM - 12 noon to learn more and receive an interview.

Our "Tech Builder" Training Program is for entry-level candidates, lasting about 8 to 9 weeks long. Upon successful graduation, trainees will become full-fledged Maintenance Technicians for our Priority Advantage membership program customers.

Due to our continuous company growth, we plan to hold a few new training classes every year. We welcome you to apply and appreciate your interest.  Though, please keep in mind that we have limited seats available, so it can be competitive and involve some difficult decisions for us to select those best-suited for our culture and a successful career in residential HVAC service.

NEXT CLASS STARTS: Tuesday, August 29th, 2017

Join us at Morris-Jenkins, voted #1 Top Workplace in the midsize category by Charlotte Observer in 2016! Our company culture is unmatched (we know how to have fun!). See for yourself by viewing the Morris-Jenkins YouTube Channel. Help us help our customers feel comfortable in their own homes!

Morris-Jenkins is the market leader for residential HVAC service in Charlotte, NC. We are proud of our past and even more excited about our future. Morris-Jenkins Co. continues a 59-year trend of growth and stability. Our customers love us and keep recommending our services, so we're trying to keep up with the constant demand.


As a Trainee, you'll be eagerly participating in & absorbing knowledge from a combination of classroom/lab-based education & field-based training, riding along with real live Morris-Jenkins Service Technicians. Upon graduation, Trainees will become Maintenance Technicians, performing preventative maintenance service for residential customers with all aspects of residential HVAC including heat pumps, gas systems, and air conditioning units. 


  • Excellent communication & interpersonal skills
  • Basic mechanical or electrical skills
  • High School Diploma or GED
  • Must pass pre-employment drug test
  • Must pass extensive criminal background check
  • Must have an insurable driving record & valid driver license
  • Able to meet Physical Demands and tolerate Work Environment ***See Below***
  • Must be able to fluently speak, read, & write in the English language


  • Prior work experience in customer service or sales
  • HVAC-related certifications or education

Morris-Jenkins is proud to offer:

 - Competitive Performance-based Pay
 - Support (you do what you do best, we take care of the rest)
 - Year Round Stability
 - Overtime Available
 - Generous PTO (paid time off) Awarded
 - 7 Paid Holidays
 - Company Vehicle and Gas Card
 - Medical, Dental, Vision, Life, Long & Short Term Disability Insurance
 - 401(k) Retirement Plan
 - Growth Opportunities and Continuous Training/Development

Physical Demands: While performing the duties of this job, the person is frequently required to move about at customers’ homes inside tight crawlspaces and ascend/descend ladders lifting one’s own bodyweight through narrow entrances into attics.  Must be able to identify and inspect equipment, parts, and colored wiring to safely test, repair, and install electrical connections with precise hand-eye motor skills. 

Mental Demands: Must be able to perceive and distinguish emotions, as well as deal with adversarial confrontations.  Requires an ability to concentrate and prioritize multiple tasks at once.  Conscious attention to detail is required to safely perform tasks.

Work environment: Frequently requires exposure to outdoor weather conditions and other hazards such as electrical shock, toxic fumes, caustic chemicals, UV light, sharp objects, poisonous animals, etc., which may cause noticeable discomfort or a moderate risk of accident or illness.  This job requires the use of personal protective equipment (PPE) as directed by company policy.

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