HVAC Technician job duties include install, repair, and service heating and cooling systems. Many of the service providers for HVAC systems will work on residential and commercial units.
Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning – HVAC Technicians are listed as one of the most reliable positions in the United States. According to the most recent census data, Median pay for HVAC Technicians is $14,000 higher than the average median pay in the US.
Median pay (annual): 45,110 USD (2015)
Median pay (hourly): 21.69 USD (2015)
Entry-level education: Postsecondary non-degree award
Projected 10-year growth: 14% (2014)
Number of jobs: 292,000 (2014)
We have an immediate opening for an experienced HVAC Technician. The HVAC Technician will be responsible for servicing and repairing HVAC systems. You will be required to travel to the customer’s location to identify and guide the customer to improve their HVAC needs. We work with commercial and residential HVAC customers, so you must know how to work with small and large HVAC equipment. You will also be responsible for the service installation to end-of-life by performing maintenance, warranty, and emergency repairs.
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A typical workday in an HVAC technician’s life starts with learning about the specific job that needs to be done. Employers assign technicians to travel to a customer to resolve whatever HVAC-related issue they have. Self-employed technicians may be contacted by customers directly. The job can be to repair a leaking pipe, replace a damaged or defective mechanical part, or adjust equipment settings for better performance.
If you are hiring an HVAC Technician, these questions can help narrow options until you find the ideal candidate:
The most common education held by HVAC Technicians is a degree in Mechanical Engineering. While only 6% of all technicians have a 4-year degree, 77% have an Associates’ degree.
Based on the job and the experience, the range will vary quite a bit. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the median income for HVAC Technicians in 2015 was $22.00/hour or $45,000 a year. The job market for HVAC Technicians over the next ten years looks to grow by 15%. Compensation and pay can vary based on your local city and state.
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, average compensation across the US is $50,590 per year or $24.32 per hour. However, many employers who are posting HVAC jobs using VIVAHR, find they’re needing to promote pay 10-15% higher.
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