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    Need Entry Level Service Technician Position!

    I recently graduated from the refrigeration school in phoenix arizona.I know given the chance i will be a lead technician someday but i need someone to want to invest in me.Any advice on how to get your foot in the door to a reputable company with no experience?Is anyone hiring entry level Technicians in the west valley?Thank you for your time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hterrell View Post
    I recently graduated from the refrigeration school in phoenix arizona.I know given the chance i will be a lead technician someday but i need someone to want to invest in me.Any advice on how to get your foot in the door to a reputable company with no experience?Is anyone hiring entry level Technicians in the west valley?Thank you for your time.
    I think your best bet is get in contact with every company in your area and inquire about a helper position..an interview is all it takes to get a foot in

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    Thank you for the advice,i will take that into consideration.Have a good day.

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    How does Iowa sound to you? We are a union shop, and would like to start someone at the tradesman level, enventually working into the apprenticeship.

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    All the above and practice for the interview. Find out as much about the company as you can. Dress nicely, speak clearly, carry yourself well and act excited for the opportunity( nothing over the top). Be honest about your experience. Good luck.

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    [QUOTE=Carbon;18454181]All the above and practice for the interview. Find out as much about the company as you can. Dress nicely, speak clearly, carry yourself well and act excited for the opportunity( nothing over the top). Be honest about your experience. Good luck.[/QUOTE


    Thank you.I do that but i'm not quitting.Thanks again and have a great day.

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    I don't think i will transfer to Iowa but thank you for the response.Have a good day.

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    Don't waste your time with online applications. You need to hustle door to door.

    Look for reputable HVAC companies in your area and visit them in person. Ask to speak with the owner/service manager/human resources manager regarding a service tech position. Show them you're passionate, willing to learn, and don't give up until you find something. Good luck!

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    California needs lots of techs!


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    Quote Originally Posted by crstephens83 View Post
    California needs lots of techs!


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    Who cares.
    My name is TooCoolforschool and I am a chronic over charger.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CircusEnvy View Post
    Don't waste your time with online applications. You need to hustle door to door.

    Look for reputable HVAC companies in your area and visit them in person. Ask to speak with the owner/service manager/human resources manager regarding a service tech position. Show them you're passionate, willing to learn, and don't give up until you find something. Good luck!
    Did that.They said they would call.Thank you though.

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