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HVAC Service Technician must be able to accomplish the same tasks as an Installer, as well as independently power up and adjust control settings to cycle through all designed-for sequences. A Service Technician must be able to acquire, evaluate, and interpret such readings as may be necessary to determine the adequacy and acceptability of system operation to meet customer specifications. Additionally, a Service Technician must be able to perform sufficient field diagnostic procedures to determine causes of inadequate performance and identify corrective actions as necessary. Knowledge and skills in the start-up of HVAC equipment, limited troubleshooting, basic residential controls, commissioning, quality control and equipment warranty.
An HVAC Service Technician must have a valid driver's license
He or she must also have technical knowledge of HVAC systems and installation, the ability to read and understand mechanical drawings, good communication skills, attention to detail, strong work ethic, problem solving skills and excellent customer service skills.
High school diploma or GED is required
The ability to work overtime and weekends
Should be registered with the State of Texas
TWIC Card (Recommended)
A Technician must also have the following skills: ability to offer up-sell to customers to improve HVAC systems; ability to advise customers of potential issues and suggest upgrades to improve efficiency and indoor air quality products; and experience with both gas and electric products from various manufacturers. HVAC Service Technicians must have passed the EPA certification exam if they handle refrigerants. They must also have taken continuing education courses and typically have at least five years of HVAC experience, with one year of troubleshooting preferred.
Must be able to perform physical activities, such as, but not limited to, lifting equipment (up to 50 lbs. unassisted), bending, standing, climbing or walking. Candidate must be able to safely use manual tools and power equipment common in the construction trades. Must be able to handle hazardous materials safely and tolerate exposure to electrical hazards as well as environmental hazards.