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

Does your family call you when their drains are backed up or their hot water stops working?

Do you love getting to the root of plumbing problems?

Wow! Have we got the job for you!

How would you like to be a Plumber Service Tech and make $90,000 to over $120,000 with the average Service Plumber making $104k?

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. In fact, Morris-Jenkins doesn’t let the mileage get too high on our vehicles. You’ll get to swap your vehicle out for newer ones, and even when you need maintenance, Morris-Jenkins will cover the cost, and you can pick the location and time that’s convenient for you!

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 even 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 get 7 paid holidays.

Training. Entry-level workers learning the ropes. Boring lectures. Stale coffee.

Is that what you think training is? Not in the slightest!

All of our plumbers receive weekly training because there’s always more to learn. Not only that, but we keep our training fun. We’ve had water balloon fights, costumes, skits, contests, and more! And did I mention? We make our coffee fresh.

Medical, Dental, Vision, Long & Short-Term Disability, and Cancer 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’re a good communicator. You explain things well, and the people around you love that you’re never condescending about it. You’re patient, friendly, and knowledgeable. I wish more people were like you!

Did you know Morris-Jenkins has more service plumbers than any other company in Charlotte? You’ll always have a support system here!

Drain machines, camera and locator equipment, monometers, and voltmeters—these are all just parts of your day-to-day vocabulary. You know plumbing like the back of your hand! After all, you’ve been in this field for three years (maybe more). New challenges don’t intimidate you! And when a repair isn’t feasible, you’ll make recommendations for installs, providing the customer with a quote and some options that are best for them. When they make a decision, you’ll coordinate with the installation team to help provide an incredible customer experience!

As a Plumber Service Tech:

  • You’ll perform diagnostic repair service calls
  • You’ll address customer concerns and ensure effective and long-term resolutions
  • You’ll make friends. And you’ll get paid for it.
    • It’s important to form relationships with customers!
  • You’ll coordinate with the install crew for large size repairs, water heaters, tankless, filtration and re-pipes, etc.

Do you have experience with tankless water heaters? If so, you should feel special! Plumbers like you are a rare breed, and we’d love to meet you! If you don’t know how to work with tankless water heaters, that’s ok, too!

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.

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 Charlotte Observer’s “Top Workplace” in 2016, 2018, and 2019.

Not only will you receive more support and training here than anywhere else, but you’ll also have the best work experience ever! We have contests, an annual fiesta, and huge company breakfasts!

Are you ready for a work experience like no other?

If your workplace isn’t making a change, it’s time for you to make a change.

Apply now!

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! 



Super fun HR stuff:

Minimum Qualifications:

  • 3+ years of experience with diagnostic troubleshooting, repair, and maintenance of residential plumbing, water heaters, tankless, filtration, gas lines, gas logs, and drain cleaning
  • Strong customer service and interpersonal communication skills
  • Ability to provide repair versus replacement options to customers
  • Knowledge of drain machines, camera and locator equipment
  • 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

Preferred Qualifications:

  • 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

Essential Job Functions per ADA

Mental & Physical Demands and Work Environment: The characteristics described here are representative of those that must be met by a person to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform essential job functions per the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).  This job description is subject to change and does not restrict management’s right to assign or reassign duties and responsibilities to this job at any time.

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, sharp objects, poisonous animals, etc.  This job requires the use of personal protective equipment (PPE) as directed by company policy.

  • Valid local driver’s license with acceptable driving & criminal background record
  • Abstinence from drugs with clean drug screening results
  • Reliable and punctual attendance
  • Commitment to company values
  • Must have required hand tools

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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