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    Possible Commercial HVAC Deployment - San Diego

    If you are interested in assisting a National Signatory Contractor to re-establish an operation w/ a focus on Commercial HVAC in San Diego, please contact me.
    The Mechanical Equipment Service Journeyman will perform all Covered Work including the repair of centrifugal and absorption, screw chillers and ammonia systems, heated water boilers and low pressure steam boilers.
    A "Service Foreman" or "Service General Foreman" role is a possibility. A Service team of 5 Techs would be a short-term goal.
    Paid Holidays, Paid Vacations, and Field Referral Program are in the works.

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    What does "certified" mean?
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    More than likely MCAA Certified, if so, not sure what that has to do Service.

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    Seems low for San Diego..

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    Pipe Welding????
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    No, more than likely MCAA Certified Foreman.

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    Construction is approximately $2 more. I am not a fan of wage disparity.

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    That's not the wage sheet for San Diego. It's for LA and OC.
    MES here are at 36.10 plus 4.39 for V&H. Most contractors here wont pay above scale or BTJ wages for techs. One contractor notably laid off all of their techs making BTJ scale if they didnt take a pay cut.

    BTW the fitter scale is something like 50 hr with V&H and they just gave themselves a raise.

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    I believe $36 and change is for the Local Signatory Contractors in HVACR. The NSMA/National Sigs have a higher wage. I dislike Wage Disparity. It would be easier for the Construction side to set the bar and Service matches it. The backlash from the contractor side is based on the end product that the Local is putting out. I will say it, even though some people won't like it, but a 25TR or less HVAC Tech is not a Service Jm.

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    AdrianOmarPerez, are you the guy hiring, or are you a recruiter/broker? Please be aware of the forum rules...
    I r the king of the world!...or at least I get to stand on the roof and look down on the rest of yall

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wheelbaron View Post
    AdrianOmarPerez, are you the guy hiring, or are you a recruiter/broker? Please be aware of the forum rules...
    I believe he works for UA as a recruiter, so he is within the rules, as I understand them. Union contractors use the union as a method of providing employees, and they essentially act as one entity.

    Dad or a mod can correct this if I am wrong.
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