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HVAC Maintenance Service Technician

Do you enjoy meeting new people? Do you make friends easily?

Does your mom call you when her AC is “making that funny noise again”?

What a coincidence! You sound like a perfect fit for our HVAC Maintenance Service Technician position! You already have some HVAC experience, don’t you?

How does a new company vehicle sound?

Speaking of sounds, our vehicles don’t make any. No thunk thunk or horrible whirring sound when you drive, and there are no dents, drips, or dings. And the mileage? It’s so low that you could’ve counted to it when you were a kid.

Your time and energy should be spent doing the work you enjoy, so don’t worry about laundry. We’ll provide you with uniforms and wash them for you.

You’re a busy person. We get that. What you need is free time. At Morris-Jenkins, you’ll have plenty of paid days off and you also get 7 paid holidays.


You deserve to be recognized for your hard work and accomplishments. We believe in rewarding our top performers with bonuses, and we have no doubt you will be among them.

Even professional sports teams have coaches.

No matter how much experience a football player might have, their team still has a coach. The team practices, and the coach guides them. Development is ongoing.

At Morris-Jenkins, you’ll receive ongoing training, no matter how much experience you have. Just like football teams, you’ll always have your own team surrounding you and supporting you.

You’ll have year-round stability with overtime available if you want it. Medical, Dental, Vision, Long & Short-Term Disability, Accident AND Life Insurance, a Flexible Spending Account, and a 401(k) Retirement Plan are just some of the perks available so you and your family can relax, knowing you’re covered.

You seem like a nice person. I’m betting you’ll be showered in praises. (Remember I said that when it comes true.)

Carolina summers have a sticky heat. That’s what makes you a HERO when you fix a customer’s A/C. But you’ve been helping people with their HVAC problems for a year now—maybe even more. Good job! We need more service technicians like you!

If you don’t know the answer to -5<1-3x<10, that’s okay. Not sure what the French word, “pamplemousse” means? That’s ok, too. (It means grapefruit. But why does anyone need to know that?)

We don’t need you to have a fancy degree. But we do need you to have a driver’s license and an insurable driving record. Does the phrase “EPA Type II certification” sound familiar? “EPA Universal certification,” perhaps? If you’ve got one or the other, you’re REALLY special.

You’re going to fit perfectly into our big (and growing) family—I know it! You love to have fun, you enjoy being around people, and you have great energy. At Morris-Jenkins, you won’t have a boss yelling at you. Instead, you’ll be shown respect, kindness, and support. Here, it feels like family because it is family. That’s why people like you voted Morris-Jenkins as the Charlotte Observer’s “Top Workplace” in 2016, 2018, and 2019 .

At Morris-Jenkins:

  • You’ll perform maintenance calls and analyze work orders.
  • You’ll listen to customer concerns and proactively solve problems.
  • You’ll make friends. And you’ll get paid for it. Our highest-paid technicians are the ones that are best with customers.

Dispatchers, technicians, and installers—oh my! You’ll work with all of them. But that’s ok. They’re all friendly. We aren’t lions, tigers, and bears to work with. (Bonus points if you appreciate our corny humor.)

Do you want to be sure we remember your application? Include your best cheesy joke—the cheesier, the better.

 What kind of person fits in at Morris-Jenkins? People like you. The fun one who knows how to make a room laugh, who is professional and knowledgeable, and who isn’t afraid of a new challenge.

You know you belong here, so the question is, what are you waiting for?

I’ll see you at the next big company breakfast.

Submit your application online today!

**This posting is for experienced HVAC Maintenance Service Technicians. For entry level, please apply for our “Greatest HVAC Entry Level Job EVER” listing.**

Your resume and application are great, but is it really fair to assume a piece of paper truly captures YOU? We don’t think so. As a part of your application, you must complete a Sparkhire one-way video interview! It’s short, simple, and surprisingly fun! 

The stuff HR needs you to know:


  • Tech Builder program graduate or a minimum of one (1) year of experience with preventative maintenance of residential HVAC equipment, including heat pumps, gas furnaces, air conditioning units, etc.
  • Strong customer service and interpersonal communication skills
  • EPA Universal or Type II EPA certification
  • 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


  • Additional years of experience with preventative maintenance of residential HVAC equipment, including heat pumps, gas furnaces, air conditioning units, etc.
  • NATE Certification
  • HVAC education (Associates, Diploma, Certificate) or Manufacturer Training

All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, or veteran status.

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