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  1. #1
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    Pa. HVAC company in need of employees

    This is a company in a small part of Pa. that has a few positions that need to be filled. If you're in the area and qualify for any of these jobs give them a call, just mention who sent you is all we ask.

    Employer: Heating, A/C & Refrigeration, Inc.
    Contact: Robert
    Washington, Pennsylvania 15301
    United States
    Phone:724-222-1830
    FAX: 724-222-5293
    # Employees 20-50
    Years in Business More than 20
    Annual Sales: 1M-5M
    Company Description:

    HVAC-R Sales and Service Residential and Commercial

    Listing Information:
    Listing Title: Service Manager
    Jobsite Location: Washington, Pennsylvania United States
    Position Available: Manager Service
    Minimum Experience: 2-5 years
    Minimum Education: GED
    Pay Range: 45,000 - 55,000
    Benefits:

    Medical - Dental - 401k - sick days - vacation days
    Job Details:

    Day to day management of our service department.

    &

    Listing Title: Residential Service Technician
    Jobsite Location: Washington, Pennsylvania United States
    Position Available: Technician HVACR (general)
    Minimum Experience: 2-5 years
    Minimum Education: GED
    Pay Range: 30,000 - 50,000
    Benefits:

    Medical - Dental - 401k - sick days - vacation days
    Job Details:

    Residential service: heat pumps, gas furnaces, boilers, oil furnaces, R410A A/C.
    Special Benefits:

    Sales ability a plus - commission paid. Service vehicle provided.

    &

    Listing Title: Refrigeration Technician
    Jobsite Location: Washington, Pennsylvania United States
    Position Available: Technician Refrigeration
    Minimum Experience: 2-5 years
    Minimum Education: GED
    Pay Range: 30,000 - 50,000
    Benefits:

    Medical - Dental - 401k - sick days - vacation days
    Job Details:

    Service restaurant refrigeration equipment.
    Special Benefits:

    Service vehicle provided.

  2. #2
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    so none of these jobs require a ticket and or certification in the HVACR industry?

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    Hi indy2000,
    It does not appear that they have any certification requirements based on the jobs they posted on our site. I would give them a call and double check. These folks are in an odd area and have had a heck of a time trying to fill these positions so it would make sense
    that they would be willing to sacrifice certifications for on the job experience and know how. Just let them know you found them through hvacr jobs. Please contact me with any other questions.
    Joshua

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    I think heat pumps and oil furnaces are posers, would they still higher me if I refuse to work on these?
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    Hi coolwhip,
    I gotta say that made me laugh. I can't speak for the company trying to fill these positions so I would encourage you to contact them and see if there's a middle ground
    you can agree on. Feel welcome to post your profile on our site if this does particular company does not work out for you.
    Best,
    Joshua

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    Quote Originally Posted by indy2000 View Post
    so none of these jobs require a ticket and or certification in the HVACR industry?
    In PA, no licensing beyond EPA certification is necessary to work as a technician.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jpsmith1cm View Post
    In PA, no licensing beyond EPA certification is necessary to work as a technician.
    What about a mechanic, ie industrial, commercial refrigeration?

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    Quote Originally Posted by indy2000 View Post
    What about a mechanic, ie industrial, commercial refrigeration?
    No, not at this point.

    We don't even have a statewide electrical license. It's a patchwork of municipalities for that.

    It's coming, though.
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