HVAC Service Technician Ferndale

HVAC Service Technician

Full Time • Ferndale
At Barron Heating, AC, Electrical & Plumbing, we are committed to Improving Lives™. As a HVAC Service Technician, you will help us live out our Vision & Mission and meet our growth-oriented goals as the premier heating, cooling, electrical, and plumbing service provider in Northwest Washington.
 
Barron offers training & career paths in this multi-faceted specialty, including: 
  • Maintenance 
  • Diagnostic & Repair 
  • Residential 
  • Commercial 
At Barron, an HVAC Service Technician will: 
  • Diligently follow diagnostic, repair, maintenance, quality control and customer service procedures 
  • Have a strong desire to solve challenges and help others 
  • Pursue knowledge of HVAC/R and Electrical and control systems 
  • Perform scheduled maintenance and precision tune-ups on HVAC/R equipment to ensure efficient and safe operation 
  • Educate customers on opportunities to enhance their quality of life through whole whom performance. 
  • Consistently maintain a ‘customer-first’ perspective 
  • Establish a good working relationship with all team members 
  • Meet and exceed individual KPIs 
  • Adhere to and exemplify Barron’s Core Values 
  • Exhibit a “Team Barron” attitude 
  • Share Barron’s Vision & Mission of Improving Lives™ 
An outstanding HVAC Service Technician will have the following natural strengths & talents: 
  • Driven to invest in yourself 
  • Problem solver who enjoys a challenge 
  • Actively seeks to gain knowledge 
  • Attention to detail 
  • Team player
Minimum Required Experience & Qualifications: 
  • 6+ months HVAC experience required 
  • EPA 608 Technician Certification preferred 
  • Active 06A Electrical License preferred 
  • NATE Certification preferred 
  • HVAC technical degree preferred 
  • Experience working with your hands (i.e., personal automotive projects, woodworking) 
  • Experience working with hand tools and power tools 
  • Valid Washington State Driver’s License and clean driving record 
  • Pre-employment drug screening 
  • High School Diploma or GED 
  • Must be at least 18 years of age 
  • Legally eligible to work in the United States 
Barron Provides: 
  • 100% Employer Paid Medical, Dental & Vision plans for employee 
    • Eligible dependents may be covered through pre-tax payroll deduction 
  • Vehicle, gas card, iPad & cell phone 
  • Paid holidays and vacation 
  • 401k matching program 
  • Employee discounts on services 
  • Company sponsored events and team building 
  • A culture of collaboration, sharing of knowledge and respect for one another 
  • Barron Uniforms 
Compensation: 
  • Full-Time 
  • Hourly; 24.00 – 40.00, DOE 
  • Annual cost-of-living adjustments 
During the Hiring Process, our Team will: 
  • Review application materials, select qualified candidates and conduct interviews 
  • Extend employment offers to future Barron Team members 
Compensation: $60,000.00 - $110,000.00 per year

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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