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    HVACR SERVICE CT-MA-RI

    Total Comfort Mechanical, LLC is a leading provider of self-perform regional HVAC/R services to the nation's largest retailers and commercial clients. Based in New Jersey, the firm has quickly become a "go to" contractor in the Northeast. Our goal is to hire and retain highly motivated individuals who have the highest ethical standards and the best reputation in the industry. Built on customer service and customer satisfaction, the greatest assets of our company are our employees and the clients they serve. If you have a passion to excel in this field and are looking for a career rather than a job, we invite you to come learn more about our rapidly expanding team.

    Service Technician Position

    Qualifications:
    -Min 5 years of service
    -Independent worker
    -Ability to learn multiple sized and types of systems
    -Good appearance, organizational skills, and detailed oriented
    -Hands on knowledge of one or more of the following:
    -HVAC systems (1-50 Tons)
    -Commercial refrigeration
    -Boilers (gas and oil fired)
    -Electrical Troubleshooting
    -Digital Controls
    -Flexibility to work overtime/weekends/holidays, as necessary


    Education:
    -High school diploma or equivalent
    -Universal type refrigerant certification
    -Valid driver's license
    -HVAC Technician's License

    Our Standard Benefits include:
    -Medical/Prescription Drug Insurance
    -Dental
    -Vision
    -Retirement
    -Death Benifit
    -Company Paid Holidays
    -Paid Vacation
    -Service Truck
    -Uniforms
    -Tool Loans

    Please visit our website to apply www.totalcomfortmechanical.com

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    Looked through your site, could not find wage compensation.

    What would one expect to be compensated, meeting your above criteria?

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    Compensation is based upon experience, but for the journeyman position we have open would be in the range of 50-65k




    Quote Originally Posted by indy2000 View Post
    Looked through your site, could not find wage compensation.

    What would one expect to be compensated, meeting your above criteria?

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    "journeyman". Are you a Union company?

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    I happen to know Mr-Kool personally so i implore anyone meeting those qualifications to contact him.
    Every customer you take for granted today will be someone else's tomorrow.

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    No we are non-union, but we are very competitive in compensation and benefits.


    Quote Originally Posted by MechanicallyInclined View Post
    "journeyman". Are you a Union company?

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    Some of these Union HVACR Tradesmen & Servicemen that aren't advancing due to the MES limitations might be interested. This position is for Light Commercial Unitary service correct?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mr-kool View Post
    Compensation is based upon experience, but for the journeyman position we have open would be in the range of 50-65k
    thank you.

    IMHO I don't see that as competitive, compared to locals in the area you serve.

    thanx again and good luck.

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    That is correct

    Quote Originally Posted by MechanicallyInclined View Post
    Some of these Union HVACR Tradesmen & Servicemen that aren't advancing due to the MES limitations might be interested. This position is for Light Commercial Unitary service correct?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MechanicallyInclined View Post
    Some of these Union HVACR Tradesmen & Servicemen that aren't advancing due to the MES limitations might be interested. This position is for Light Commercial Unitary service correct?
    What do you mean by MES limitations.

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    MES, under any type of National agreement, can "lock" guys into Tradesman 1, 2, 3 and Serviceman 1 & 2 which are equal to scaling Apprentices, in pay, but these positions have no advancement. You may not even qualify for Local training, if the company you work for isn't contributing to the Local training fund.
    This non-Union job might be competitive to what a Serviceman makes. Read the listing, it's not like they're asking for a chiller mechanic for $65K. Comparing this job, considering the duties listed, is along the lines of a Tradesman 3 or Serviceman. Apples to apples.

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    so to get this straight.

    mechanical equipment serviceman

    AND

    mechanical equipment journeyman

    are two DIFFERENT entities?

    the job listed by the OP is for serviceman which is similar to an apprentice to a journeyman?

    so the poster is looking for an apprentice with 5years experience, hence the low pay?

    I looked over the agreement, am I missing something here?

    Sorry to OP but I think this needs clarification.

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    Quote Originally Posted by indy2000 View Post
    so to get this straight.

    mechanical equipment serviceman

    AND

    mechanical equipment journeyman

    are two DIFFERENT entities?

    the job listed by the OP is for serviceman which is similar to an apprentice to a journeyman?

    so the poster is looking for an apprentice with 5years experience, hence the low pay?

    I looked over the agreement, am I missing something here?

    Sorry to OP but I think this needs clarification.
    Yes, MES Serviceman & MES Journeyman are two different things. MES Sm is a non chiller mechanic, usually light commercial AC &/or commercial refrigeration. An MES Jm is a chiller mechanic, both as per the National agreements. Honeywell for example is know to pay non chiller mechanics, Jm wages. Carrier & Johnson Controls have gotten away from doing this. They're the ones w/the most Sm & Tm (MES Tradesmen) in the field.
    This company is non-Union, so they can designate however they want. If you look at the posting it states AC up to 50 tons, which is light commercial. So to compare this position to a Union HVACR (Local or MES) Jm, & to Jm wages is comparing apples to oranges.
    There's non-Union companies that do expect chiller mechanics to work for Sm equivalent. SMH. Source offered that to me. Thanks but no thanks.

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