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  1. #1
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    Hmm

    Its been more then a month now since I graduated out of tech school and im really starting to wonder weather I made the right carreer choice. I have been activly looking for work for more then a month now and im really startin to lose hope Ive even started applyin at grocery stores. Everywere I go its the same thing you need experience, well how am I supposed to get that if no one is willing to give you that first chance. Its been horrable if any one has any leads no matter how small I'll take anything. I am EPA univeral certified and would really like to start working. Please help if you can

  2. #2
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    Just emailed your post to our service manager. I don't know if they are hiring right now, but hang in there it is fixing to be the busy season for the service industry.

    I do need a controls installer if you know anyone that is interested. This would be an entry level position.

    Good Luck,

    Lane

  3. #3
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    Thank man anything helps.
    What kind of knowledge and experience dose the controls installer position require?

  4. #4
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    That would be a great spot for you Ben. Entry level into a controls spot is a great place to get started and can take you far as well. We already have filled our 2 positions but we are busy year round so we hire a little earlier than most. As soon as this weather clears up and turns on the heat you will be able to find a spot. 1 week of heat = a lot of service calls which hopefully = a month of installs.

    The school you graduated from should have some kind of job placement.

  5. #5
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    Originally posted by benigno
    Thank man anything helps.
    What kind of knowledge and experience dose the controls installer position require?
    This person would need to be able to mount panels, run conduit, pull wire, terminate wires acording to a scematic, be able to read prints well enough to determine thermostat locations, etc.

  6. #6
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    Well if the positon is still open I'd like talk about it my #is (214)394-0809

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    I got your number, will be in touch.

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    For the love of god some one give me a job i dont care what anything. I'll work for $8 an hour anything is better then nothing and nothing is better then apartment maintenance which is what im doing right now. Any leads will help

  9. #9
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    Email is in my profile and web site is under the little red house.

  10. #10
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    I might have something for you. Email me, I think my address will show up in my profile, not sure, still new here. If it doesn't I'll contact you.

    Won't be service work. This is an HVAC research & development facility in Carrollton. I hire a lot of guys straight out of tech schools.

  11. #11
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    Looking in DFW

    I know the feeling Ben. I have almost 3years exp and still it is hard for me to find a job. I was working for a Home Ins. company but they were ripping me off so I left them and am now back on the market again.

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