The Air Auditor job consists of using specialized auditing tools to perform an efficiency test on air handling units, rooftop units and unit ventilators. Auditors are also required to perform general maintenance on said units, for example changing filters and belts. Auditors also remedy any deficiencies in the HVAC system by cleaning coils, using tin tape to patch small to medium-sized holes (1 - 3”), and reconnecting diffusers.
- Regular out-of-town work (expect to be away overnight on several occasions during the week).
- Basic hand/power tool use
- Knowledge of HVAC units/systems
- The ability to learn on the job
- Ability to create a list of deficiencies and remedy them when applicable
- Work as part of a team
- Excellent communication skills both written and verbal
- Afternoon shifts
- Ability to use/learn to use ladders/scaffolding/scissor lifts
What the job offers:
- Paid travel
- Paid meals
- Paid Accommodations
- Paid training
- Company vehicle for job site travel
- Competitive pay scale
- Overtime after 44hrs at time and a half
- 25% hourly base wage per diem for out-of-town work
- No cost to your benefits package (after a 3-month probationary period)
- Quarterly profit Share (after a 3-month probationary period)
Skills, education, and experience that are considered assets
- HVAC experience
- Engineering background
- Air balancing experience
- Air auditing experience
- Basic computer skills
- Electrical knowledge
- Mechanical aptitude
Entry level position but wage is based on experience. Accepting applications up to August 26, 2022. This full-time position commences on September 6, 2022. Training will be at the Hamilton location for the first week. Please expect to travel to different locations after that time.
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