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    Service technician opening in Columbus OHIO - established company growing

    HVAC opening in Columbus OH Growing company, willing to train, competitive pay, team atmosphere, great town. Franklin Heating and Refrigeration, a well-established HVAC and Refrigeration company located on the southeast side of Columbus is growing and looking for qualified candidates. With over 22 years of business and consistently high customer satisfaction ratings, we are looking for applicants who would like to make a long-term commitment.

    HVAC Residential and Light Commercial Service Technician.
    We are looking for a quality, reliable, customer-oriented team player who:
    - Has experience with residential furnaces, air conditioners and heat pumps.
    - Can trouble shoot residential service work.
    - Is comfortable with commercial roof tops, water source equipment
    - Possesses excellent communication skills.
    - Takes pride in work and shows good workmanship
    - Not required, but a plus if the candidate also has experience with boilers, fuel oil furnaces, automatic whole-house generators, restaurant equipment, pool dehumidifiers, backflow testing and/or whole house gas pipe leak detection.

    Franklin Heating and Refrigeration, Inc. has an A+ rating with the BBB and consistent high customer satisfaction marks - the ideal candidate will understand how their work and personality are reflected in those ratings. Our motto is to strive for outstanding service.

    These is a full-time position: 40 hrs per week, health insurance, dental & aflac plans are available. Uniforms, Paid Holidays and Vacation and We also offer retirement. Pay is based on experience. Call 614-836-9119, or submit your resume through e-mail at

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    Columbus does have a nice zoo

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    I would not recommend working for this company the Owner is a control freak. Pay is not that great and the Benefits cost to much for the employee part. Also they use used parts. Techs are not allowed to go to supply house's even if they are close by. They send a driver to get them and you sit doing nothing. Then they tell you that you have couple more calls for they day when you could have went and got the parts yourself and got to the next jobs sooner. But again this was 6 years ago also

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