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  1. #1
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    Experienced HVAC Technician (Midland, Odessa, Big Springs) or surrounding areas

    HVAC company servicing Midland, Tx and surrounding areas is looking for HVAC service and maintenance technicians with 3 to 5 years field experience in service and repair of light to heavy commercial ac and heating equipment. (Including air cooled, scroll and screw chillers)
    Excellent pay, paid holidays, vacation pay, health insurance, company uniforms, company vehicle, company phone and Android tablet.
    401k option with company match up to 4% available.
    Candidate must be able to pass background check, drug screen and driving record check.
    Must be EPA certified and Texas State registered. NATE certification as well as any documented training a definite plus.
    We are looking for professional clean cut employees who take pride in doing a good job and are willing to go that extra mile necessary to take care of the customer.
    Fax Resume to432) 685-3629 or email me your resume to chris.s@firstservice.org

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    actual pay per hour is??

    there are so many job offers, key search is pay per hour

    you might get more hits.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by c.sherman View Post
    HVAC company servicing Midland, Tx and surrounding areas is looking for HVAC service and maintenance technicians with 3 to 5 years field experience in service and repair of light to heavy commercial ac and heating equipment. (Including air cooled, scroll and screw chillers)
    Excellent pay, paid holidays, vacation pay, health insurance, company uniforms, company vehicle, company phone and Android tablet.
    401k option with company match up to 4% available.
    Candidate must be able to pass background check, drug screen and driving record check.
    Must be EPA certified and Texas State registered. NATE certification as well as any documented training a definite plus.
    We are looking for professional clean cut employees who take pride in doing a good job and are willing to go that extra mile necessary to take care of the customer.
    Fax Resume to432) 685-3629 or email me your resume to chris.s@firstservice.org
    Sounds like a $75k job to me. That's quite a wish list for this generation...and that's not a sales tech number. either.
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    Paying 32-36 doe

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    Quote Originally Posted by c.sherman View Post
    Paying 32-36 doe

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    That's right in line then...just $120 shy of 75.
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    no exp 32

    max pay 36?

    thank you for posting, good luck

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    I bet you guys were glad when FSN changed their name to Vixxo!!!
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