One Choice Mechanical
• Leadership: You will need to manage a crew of workers to complete a job in a set time within a set budget.
• Communication: You must be able to communicate with the employees as well as with the managers in the office.
• Organization: Working the job site is only a portion of being a Lead Installer. Completing the expected paperwork is a MUST; whether it is a start-up form or tracking a project binder and communicating with the Operation Manager.
• Customer Service: Many HVAC installers need to work directly with homeowners and building owners, maintenance workers and more. Being friendly and approachable and a good communicator is a needed skill.
• Attention to Detail: HVAC systems can be precise mechanisms. Careful observation is needed.
• Dexterity: HVAC installers need good manual dexterity to manipulate small parts and reach into small spaces.
• Mechanical Skills: HVAC installers work with complicated machines. Understanding the pieces and tools needed to maintain and install these machines is crucial.
• Strength: HVAC installers need strength to lift heavy parts and equipment. Must be able to Lift up to 50 pounds; be able to push, pull, carry or maneuver heavier items (with additional manpower or appropriate devices); carry ladders; work from heights, work in small crawl spaces.
• Time-Management: HVAC installers make a lot of house calls. Being able to schedule jobs and keep timely appointments is important to getting repeat work.
• Troubleshooting: There are many parts within HVAC systems. Being able to ascertain the root cause of a problem and test solutions is important.
• Trade School or comparative job experience
• EPA Card, Valid Driver’s License, & Social Security Card
• Journeyman License or Apprenticeship Card
Hourly. Depends on experience.
Matching Retirement Fund,
High School Diploma
Louisville — Fairdale
Online at ocmech.com OR by phone at (502) 618-3528.