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Old 11-17-2017, 02:16 PM   #1
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Commercial HVAC Service Tech: Job Opening DC, Nova area


Hello everyone,
We are currently searching for HVAC Service Technicians for a reputable commercial HVAC Mechanical Services Company in the Northern Virginia area. Trimark mechanical has been in business for over 20 years and are looking to add to their growing team. This position is offering a company van, $30-45/hr depending on experience as well as great benefits.
Requirements:
1. CFC Universal
2. HVAC Journeyman License
3. 5-10 years experience in the commercial HVAC field
4. Service and troubleshooting experience
5. Valid driver's license
6. Strong mechanical aptitude skills
7. Strong work ethic
8. Willing to grow and advance through company ranks
If you are interested or know of anyone that would be, please send over your resume so I can take a look at it. Feel free to contact me with any questions or concerns, my email is listed below!

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