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    Top Gun Technician Needed! Chester County, PA

    Tru North Heating and Air
    Downingtown, PA
    484-667-9683
    resume@trunorthHVAC.com


    We are looking for Top Gun Technicians to help our company grow!

    We focus primarily on residential equipment with very light commercial rooftops.

    - Top pay
    - Weekly bonus program
    - Retirement plan with 3% match
    - New trucks
    - Comfortable work environment!


    We are a cutting edge HVAC company that produces high quality craftsmanship and pride in our work!
    Come and work for a company that appreciates the work that you do!


    Call us today to schedule an interview


    Sincerely,

    Chris Schinning
    President
    "That motor's done, he let the factory smoke charge out!"

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    what is considered 'top gun' hourly pay?

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    Hi, Chris. Hope you are well and having fun!

    Art
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    Quote Originally Posted by indy2000 View Post
    what is considered 'top gun' hourly pay?

    Hourly pay is based on performance and ability.
    We all know that years of working in our trade does not actually correlate with the ability of what an individual can produce.
    I have met technicians with a short amount of time in the trade that can run circles around individuals with 3 times the experience because it's all based on personal goals and drive.


    A "Top Gun" technician is also an individual that works best through performance based pay.
    A "Top Gun" technician has the ability to look at a system and not get tunnel vision to just look at the immediate problem but also identify other faults and concerns about the system and provide solutions for the customer to improve the performance.


    Pay scales are also something that vary between locations and cost of living.

    If you're in our area and interested in learning more I would love to set up a time to meet!
    "That motor's done, he let the factory smoke charge out!"

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    Quote Originally Posted by timebuilder View Post
    Hi, Chris. Hope you are well and having fun!

    Art

    Hi Art!

    Things here are great! Growing steadily as you can see!

    I hope you are well.
    Maybe we can catch up again soon.
    "That motor's done, he let the factory smoke charge out!"

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    Quote Originally Posted by smoke View Post
    Hourly pay is based on performance and ability.
    We all know that years of working in our trade does not actually correlate with the ability of what an individual can produce.
    I have met technicians with a short amount of time in the trade that can run circles around individuals with 3 times the experience because it's all based on personal goals and drive.


    A "Top Gun" technician is also an individual that works best through performance based pay.
    A "Top Gun" technician has the ability to look at a system and not get tunnel vision to just look at the immediate problem but also identify other faults and concerns about the system and provide solutions for the customer to improve the performance.


    Pay scales are also something that vary between locations and cost of living.

    If you're in our area and interested in learning more I would love to set up a time to meet!


    That is all good.....

    What is your Max hourly pay, actual dollars per hour right now?

    I'll decide on whether to set up a meet, based on the answer to the above question.

    thank you.

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    This is always the question I never see answered.


    Quote Originally Posted by indy2000 View Post
    That is all good.....

    What is your Max hourly pay, actual dollars per hour right now?

    I'll decide on whether to set up a meet, based on the answer to the above question.

    thank you.
    If you were a real tech, you'd solder a relay on that board and call it good to go.

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    Did you really need the " If you were a real tech " ??

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    Top gun? That disqualifies me. : /

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    Gentlemen,

    I appreciate the interest.

    I am looking for high quality, top level technicians. I'm looking for those that enjoy the craft and have the ability to not only perform high quality craftsmanship and customer service but also know the value of generating revenue to grow a company.


    The reason the pay topic rarely gets discussed is because it's all based on the individual.

    Ideally I would like to see technicians that make $130,000-$150,000 per year walk in my door.
    Are you that technician?


    Please keep this thread focused on a really great job opportunity.
    My opinion is this, if you are an HVAC technician and you spend time on this website then you are someone I am definitely interested in because you care enough about the trade to want to learn more and interact with other HVAC technicians.
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    Quote Originally Posted by smoke View Post
    Gentlemen,

    I appreciate the interest.

    I am looking for high quality, top level technicians. I'm looking for those that enjoy the craft and have the ability to not only perform high quality craftsmanship and customer service but also know the value of generating revenue to grow a company.


    The reason the pay topic rarely gets discussed is because it's all based on the individual.

    Ideally I would like to see technicians that make $130,000-$150,000 per year walk in my door.
    Are you that technician?


    Please keep this thread focused on a really great job opportunity.
    My opinion is this, if you are an HVAC technician and you spend time on this website then you are someone I am definitely interested in because you care enough about the trade to want to learn more and interact with other HVAC technicians.

    How much of that 150K would be in incentives? What would be the app hourly wage of those 150K techs? Does any tech there make 150K? If so what is the hourly wage of that person? How much do you pay towards healthcare for a family?
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    Sounding like a techs pay is based on a set per cent ( commission ) of the invoice so the more you convince a customer they need a new widget the more you make. OP convince me I am wrong. To make 150k on the check I used 50 hrs for 50 weeks (10 hrs ot@ 1 1/2) plus 2 weeks vacation so about $54.54 hr so it's going to be lots of commission cause I don't think a residential co. Is Paying that well But it might.
    I as a former employer just don't understand why the max rate / benefits are not posted. It's a fair question with a simple answer.

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    Poster does not want to post actual dollar amounts

    There is a reason why people work, it aint a lifestyle thing, but yet when the rubber hits the road, posters looking here for help, wont be honest

    they conflate the job 'environment' as some kind of perk?? worth a dollar amount.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BBeerme View Post
    This is always the question I never see answered.
    " if you are an HVAC technician and you spend time on this website then you are someone I am definitely interested in " He is talking to you....you are here 24/7 nobody can beat you at being here all the time You are hired!!!
    There is not better place for the working men than the union! 100% UA the only HVAC union!

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