HVAC Team Lead
GreenSavers started with a mission to make homes better. Since 2007, our team has completed more than 1,300 projects. We are now a nationally recognized leader in home performance, earning the US EPA's 2016 Home Performance with ENERGY STAR Contractor of the Year Award.
The HVAC Team Lead is responsible for executing the installation of heating systems, water heaters, and other mechanical aspects of GreenSavers projects. This HVAC Team Lead interfaces with the sales and project management teams to ensure accurate pricing and on-schedule project completion. This position reports to the Project Manager in Portland.
$20 - $30 per hour, depending on experience
Send resume to the Robert Hamerly at <firstname.lastname@example.org>.
- Install mechanical systems according to manufacturer's specifications in clients' homes.
- Wire both line and low voltage to heating and cooling equipment.
- Install copper refrigerant lines to air conditioning units, including soldering and brazing.
- Install sheet metal and flex duct systems in residential and light commercial buildings.
- Properly connect gas lines to heating equipment.
- All installations are to be completed in a timely and accurate manner.
- Maintain cleanliness and organization. Includes your assigned company vehicle, area of the warehouse, and job-site.
- Conduct onsite pre-inspections or estimates as needed.
- Paperwork. Complete all paperwork in a neat, timely, and accurate manner.
- Promote products and services to customers as needed. If a sales lead is generated from a customer visit, coordinate with the Sales Manager or Customer Coordinator to ensure the lead is properly serviced.
- Tools. Have own metal shaping and construction hand tools (snips, hammer, tape measure etc.) needed to perform duties as assigned.
- Ensure company property, vehicles, and tools are used and maintained properly.
- Clear communication. Communicate with dispatch while on duty so that dispatcher has accurate status report. Ask for help and offer help as needed.
- Safety. As part of the job, you may be exposed to potentially hazardous materials such as lead paint, fiberglass, vermiculite, and rodent droppings. Safety must be the first priority at all times. Use of proper protective equipment is required.
- Respect for homeowners. Show the utmost respect for homeowners. We work in existing homes and will accommodate homeowners' requests as much as possible.
- Team-player. This is a blame-free environment, where we support each other as much as possible. We talk to each other, not about each other.
- Can-do attitude. Step up to meet challenges. Always consider how to learn from challenges and build on successes.
- Professionalism. Everything we do projects professionalism. This is especially true of your personal appearance (e,.g. hygiene, hair, clothes) and environment (e.g. job site, vehicle).
- Show up on time. Reliability is essential.
- High school diploma or GED with additional HVAC training. NATE certification preferred.
- Must provide proof of all certifications.
- Must be able to pass a drug screen and background check.
- Must have a driver's license, clean driving record and be insurable.