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    Looking for HVAC/R help in Phoenix , Pro-Tec Refrigeration

    Pro-Tec Refrigeration

    Commercial Refrigeration HVAC Technician Wanted , Primary Responsibilities • Perform maintenance and service repairs on: Refrigeration racks, walk in freezers, walk in coolers, reach ins, ice machines remote and self-contained equipment and air conditioning systems. • perform maintenance and repair on cooling towers. • Install new units or replacement parts for existing units according to specifications and established safety guidelines. • Ability to work individually as well as with a team and communicate professionally with both customers and colleagues We have a weekly rotating on call schedule that would put you on call one week a month. Qualifications • High school diploma or its equivalent. • 2 years of experience in the field or in a related area. • EPA Certification Required. • Clean DMV, Background Check and Drug Test. Company Information • Health benefits offered for you and your dependents after 90 days of employment • Vacation/Sick/Holiday Pay • Truck provided • Company has been in business since 1985. • We're a drug free workplace. • Top pay for experience and certified technicians • Opportunity for growth Required experience: • HVAC/R: 2 years http://protecref.com/

    wage TBD

    602-222-9881

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    what is your top pay/hour?

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    Quote Originally Posted by indy2000 View Post
    what is your top pay/hour?
    and the average cost of housing!

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    The cost of living isn't bad - at all. Here's some truth, some people aren't going to like it, $43/Hr for SJm is good. Just don't expect to make that working on unitary equipment or full-time, as Local agreement has greater/lesser SJm wages, Hr for Hr. LOL
    The Local's agreement allows for the contractor to pay as less as possible. Some people may be quick to interject, but they have never worked out here.
    The Local's run by Construction Pipe Workers who don't know anything about Service. Also, there's zero Refrigeration or Controls Sigs here.

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    MechTech2013,

    are you a ua member?

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    Thread Starter
    The median home price in Arizona is $239,500.

    gas is 2.39 to 2.89 gal.

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    that depends on your experience , guys right out of school are getting @ 15 , if you got skills , 30+

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    There's a guy who meets with all kinds of contractors Union and non-. He says the Refrigeration contractors say $30 is tops for Com. Ref. - that's less than Serviceman wage.

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    so like 30-40 or 30-60?

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    I would guess $28-32 for 10 years of experience in Refrig.

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