Black Diamond Repairs is seeking an HVAC Supervisor Technicians. We're committed to the highest standard of quality service for our customers and employ highly motivated, personable and honest individuals with excellent customer skills, who are looking for a long-term career in growing the HVAC industry.
Our growing service and installation company serves with the highest dedication to our customers and we are looking for the highest quality people. Our business is built on integrity with our customers and employees alike. We expect the best and we offer the best
We currently have an opening for HVAC Supervisor Technician to perform Diagnostics, repairs, preventative maintenance and system start-ups on all types of HVAC equipment for our Residential and Commercial customers. To also manage a crew of technicians and manage all of our current and future customers.
-We offer a competitive wage with many premium pay (weekends and holidays) opportunities. Benefits include health insurance, life insurance, 401(k), and company paid uniforms, cell phones and company vehicles.
-4+ years of HVAC troubleshooting and repair experience
-Hold an EPA universal refrigerant certification and RMGA certification
-NATE Certification Preferred
-Be a team player & self-motivated
-Strong customer service skills
-Pass ongoing drug testing, background checks, maintain an acceptable driving record
-Ability to recognize and locate conditions which require diagnosis, repair, and maintenance work; keep good records.
-Excellent customer communication skills in order to explain repairs and replacement options to customers.
-Able to work independently Able to work a full time schedule and rotating "on-call" nights, weekends, holidays
Contact: Lance
Phone: 801-928-7554
Email: cosii13@yahoo.com
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