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In 1972, the owner and his family started a plumbing business with thevision to provide quality service while helping others learn about the trade.Today, the same owner and his family continues to lead the industry incommercial HVAC and Plumbing by providing a clean, quality service for thecommunities they help build. With the passion to teach others the trade andthe great people on their team, we continue to lead the industry andexperience continuous growth. If you have a passion to provide quality serviceand have the desire to continue to learn and advance in the field, we havegrowth and leadership opportunities for you.Pay Range (Hourly)$16.00-$32.00 Actual pay depends on apprenticeship or journeyman level,education, skills test evaluation, experience, and performance.Reports ToThese non-exempt positions report to HVAC Site Superintendents or ProjectManagers.Job OverviewThese positions comprise the following job titles:HVAC Apprentice levels 1A, 1B, 2A, 2B, 3A, 3B, 4A, 4B, andHVAC JourneymanEmployees in these positions are responsible for installing rough and finishHVAC lines and equipment directed by the Site Superintendent or ProjectManager. Higher-level apprentices or journeymen may lead work as required tomentor and train lower-level apprentices. Apprentices are to enroll andcomplete formal apprenticeship education and on-the-job training to achievethe next-level title and associated pay. Those who choose not to enroll inschool will not receive the same compensation for the same apprenticeshiplevel as others enrolled in school.The successful HVAC Apprentice or Journeyman will continually improve theirknowledge and skills to provide quality work completed safely withinproduction timelines while incorporating UMC's Vision, Mission, and CoreValues.Responsibilities and Duties (Essential Job Functions)Arrives at job sites on time as scheduled to participate in pre-planning andsafety discussions before work begins.Wears proper Personal Protective Equipment or PPE as required at all times.Ensures all work performed using proper installation procedures and safetypractices.Ensures team participation and communication to learn from and teach others.For apprentices, enrolls in and attends education classes regularly;passes courses with at least a C grade; passes the final written exam.When achieved, share education, certification, or licensing informationwith human resources to ensure company records are up-to-date.Always treats others with respect and dignity and incorporates UMC'sVision, Mission, and Core Values.Performs other duties as directed.All new hires will be subject to a 60-day evaluation probationary period.QualificationsAt least three (3) years of HVAC controls experienceMust be experienced with pressure sensors, humidity sensors, rooftopunits, make-up air units, variable air volume units, energy recoveryvent units, differential pressure devices, variable frequency drives,and air handler units.Strong knowledge of workflow on commercial construction sites is a mustProven skill level to interpret blueprints and other project documents,including but not limited to specifications, reporting, and qualityrequirementMust know the universal communications color codesMust have a high school diploma, or General Equivalency Diploma, or GED.Journeyman must obtain EPA and RMGA certifications.Must support UMC's Vision, Mission, and Core Value statements.Must demonstrate a high degree of integrity and maintain the confidentialityof business information.Possess good organizational, interpersonal, and initiative skills.Effective problem-solving skills.Possess the aptitude to learn and use computer software as needed.Must be able to pass a HVAC skills test. The results of this test helpsdetermine position level and pay.Must be able to use hands to finger, handle or feel; reach with hands andarms; talk; hear; sit; stoop; kneel; crouch or crawl; climb orbalance; stand; walk; lift or move up to 30 pounds and occasionally liftor move up t