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    Still in need of and experienced HVAC tech for commercial and industrial equipment

    National Oilwell Varco Portable Power is looking for an experienced HVAC technician.

    We deal with in house HVAC equipment ranging from 12 1/2 ton package units to 500 ton chillers, 60kw inline heaters to 150kw heaters, and 3,000cfm to 5,500cfm dehumidifiers.

    Chiller experience is perferred.

    Requirements include:

    Applicant must have a postitive attitude and the ability to work as a team
    The ability to pass drug screen/physical/background test
    Must be able to pass a federal background check for a TWIC card
    Must have basic hand tools for daily use
    Must have a clean driving record
    Must be able to be in an "on call" rotaion
    Must be okay with taking a Shell approved water survival course
    Applicant must be okay with traveling off shore

    Company benefits include:

    A postive work atmosphere
    Company truck (personal use included)
    Company cellphone
    Company laptop
    Year round 40 hour work weeks
    Medical/Dental/Vision Insurance
    401K with a 4% company match after 1 year of employment

    Please feel free to email me at Brad.Davide@NOV.com with a resume or any further questions.

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    Location ?
    You sure are cocky for a starving pilgrim.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Some Dude View Post
    Location ?
    Houston

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    Dont tempt me, anything to get away from my inlaws
    You sure are cocky for a starving pilgrim.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Some Dude View Post
    Dont tempt me, anything to get away from my inlaws
    Houston is a GREAT place to live!!!

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    See, I'm tempted. My wife is from Corpus, and we're looking to move back. I'm not sure about Houston though. She mentioned that I should look into it though...

    Chase

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    Email me your resume and I can have your contact information. That way you can keep your options open.

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