Washington Energy Services Lynnwood, WA, United States
Sep 19, 2017Full time
The HVAC Lead Installer, while reporting to the Field Manager, is expected to facilitate all aspects of a given installation. Customer communication, set up, install and clean up are the Lead Installers responsibility. Working with one or two Assistant Installers, the Lead is required to oversee all aspects of the jobsite. If difficulties arise, they are expected to inform their Field Manager while at the same time offering up solutions to keep installations as efficient as possible. Excellent communication, quality workmanship, attention to detail, and hard work, are all traits of a valuable Lead HVAC Installer. Responsibilities: Complete installation of HVAC products which include: Furnace Fireplaces Air Conditioners Heat Pumps Air Quality Products Emergency Generators Demonstrated ability and willingness to improve skills. Training, overseeing and directing HVAC Assistants. Creation of shared leads and add-on-sales. Following company guidelines for safety, handbook requirements, timecards and any other management policies. Job Duties: Oversee HVAC Assistant and aid in loading/unloading/restocking of truck. Training HVAC Assistant on policies, procedures and safety. Maintain excellent driving record. Oversee proper set up and protection at job site to ensure a safe worksite and customer satisfaction. Review of job packet with Assistant Installer/Foreman/Field Manager to understand necessary actions and formulate plans. Reviewing scope of work with customer and demonstrating equipment. Ensuring customer has understanding of scope of project. Acquire necessary licenses/permits for completed work (gas pipe, electrical CFC, EPA Type II high pressure refrigerants, etc.) Construction and fabrication of sheet metal transitions and/or boxes for new equipment. Running gas lines, copper plumbing , PVC piping, drains and vents. Proper disposal of waste and recyclable materials in company dumpsters. Daily reporting of project/issues/hours to Field manager. Skills and Qualifications Required Ability to use power tools, hand tools and equipment safely and efficiently. Providing personal hand tools (company provides power tools). Maintain excellent driving record. Maintain clean and organized truck. Maintain professional presentation (clean uniform, acceptable grooming, courteous and professional communication with customers and co-workers) Mechanical knowledge and willingness to learn. Ability to work with little to no supervision. High School Diploma or Equivalent preferred. Physical Requirements: 75% or more of day spent standing, walking, crawling, crouching, stooping, kneeling, lifting and operating tools. Ability to lift 100 or more pounds multiple times a day/hold 100 or more pounds for a period of time. Comfortable working in extreme environmental conditions including but not limited to: Wet and humid weather, working near mechanical or moving parts, working on a ladder or roof, working in extreme cold or heat, in and around electrical, explosive or toxic conditions with the risk of shock, explosions and/or inhalation of particles and fumes.