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HVAC Repair Technician

Do you enjoy solving puzzles and riddles?

Are you an analytical person with an eye for details?

Do you consider yourself a master of HVAC?

Do you love doing repairs?

You’d make a fantastic HVAC Repair/Warranty Technician!

In this position, you can do what you do best! You can use your awesome problem-solving skills to diagnose and repair a customer’s unit. You could probably repair a unit blindfolded (that’s a safety hazard—don’t try that)!

Carolina summers have a sticky heat. Sometimes, even if HVAC equipment is new, there can still be problems. When this brand-new equipment acts up, customers can get upset and confused. They don’t want to have to keep calling someone out to fix their new unit, so our Warranty Technicians have to be thorough. You do things right the first time and understand the importance of details. That’s what makes you the best of the best!

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 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.

SEVEN!

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 (and goodness, you have a lot!). Just like football teams, you’ll always have your own team surrounding you and supporting you.

You’ll have year-round stability. 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.

As an HVAC Repair/Warranty Technician:

  • You’ll establish service by studying system requirements, ordering and gathering components and parts, and performing acceptance tests.
  • You’ll listen to customer concerns and proactively solve problems.
  • You’ll perform diagnostic repair calls in accordance with company standards

You’re going to fit perfectly into our big (and growing) family—I just know it! 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 .

You’re ready for a job that showcases your strengths.

What are you waiting for?

Submit your application online today!

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

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MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

  • 3+ years of experience with troubleshooting, repair, and maintenance of residential HVAC equipment, including heat pumps, gas furnaces, air conditioning units, etc.
  • Above average 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

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS:

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

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