Total System Services

Residential HVAC Journeyman Selling Technician

Location

Boise, ID

Type

Full Time

Residential HVAC Journeyman Selling Technician (Boise, ID)

Compensation: $20-25.00/hr. DOE Plus Commission
HVAC Residential Journeyman Service Selling Technician
Location: Boise/Treasure Valley, Idaho Greater Metropolitan Area, USA 
Company Paid Benefits: Health/Dental/Vision Insurance, Vacation, Holidays, Retirement, Smartphone, Service Work Vehicle
Employment Type: Full Time

 

Become a part of one of the Premier and Thriving HVAC companies of the Treasure Valley/Boise, Idaho area, where there is an abundance opportunity to showcase your skills. As a vital part of a team of HVAC Journeymen—you will play a crucial role in continuing a legacy of success, growth, and client satisfaction.

 

Local and established Treasure Valley HVAC Company is looking for an experienced, dependable & hard-working HVAC Selling Technician for our residential HVAC business. This position is a long term and full time employment opportunity for well qualified applicants. Requirements include a Great Attitude, a current Universal CFC Certification, a State of Idaho Journeyman HVAC License, at least 3-5 years of HVAC experience, the ability to read schematics AND the ability and desire to learn and grow in this industry. Potential duties may include but are not limited to: performing routine maintenance, selling residential HVAC equipment, service & repair on residential HVAC equipment, installing equipment, installing indoor air quality products, attending onsite/offsite training, and completing all paperwork fully and accurately. ALL applicants are required to pass a comprehensive background check and drug test for security clearance. Candidates must possess a valid driver's license with a clean driving history along with appropriate industry licenses & certifications. TSS offers excellent pay & benefits to successful & qualified candidates - if you qualify and are interested in this position, please send the most recent copy or your resume.

Requirements - Candidates must:

  • Be able to lift at least 25-50lbs frequently and up to 75-100lbs occasionally
  • Be willing to attend training classes Some travel is required
  • Possess appropriate Industry Certifications & Licenses 
  • Possess significant residential heating & cooling experience & education 
  • Possess excellent communication skills
  • Possess a clean driving record
  • Possess current computer skills
  • Location: Treasure Valley, Idaho Metropolitan area
  • Compensation: $20-25/hr. DOE plus Commission
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  • Please, no phone calls about this job!
  • Principals only. Recruiters please don't contact this job poster
  • do NOT contact us with unsolicited services or offers

We are an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.

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