Are you looking for a hands-on career that requires using problem-solving skills to work on high-tech equipment? Service technicians in the Bioheat® and HVAC industry do just that. Bioheat® and HVAC service technicians do a variety of work, from installing boilers, furnaces, and water heaters to repairing equipment. Learn more about service technician career opportunities within the Bioheat® and HVAC industry.START CONNECTING WITH EMPLOYERS
Who Bioheat® and HVAC Service Technicians Are
Do you like working with your hands? Are you comfortable thinking quickly on your feet? If so, a career as a Bioheat® and HVAC service technician would be the right fit. Candidates for a Bioheat® and HVAC service technician enjoy troubleshooting, working independently or with a team, and critical thinking.
What Bioheat® and HVAC Service Technicians Do
Bioheat® and HVAC service technicians install, maintain, troubleshoot, and repair Bioheat® and HVAC systems, and so much more. When you are a Bioheat® and HVAC service technician in Connecticut, every service call is unique.
Where Bioheat® and HVAC Service Technicians Work
Bioheat® and HVAC service technicians spend most of their billable hours traveling to customer locations to perform installations or service work. Depending on the assignment, the work can be performed independently or in teams. Bioheat® and HVAC service technicians interact with customers, most of which are grateful to the technician who comes to their home to fix their equipment!
When Bioheat® and HVAC Service Technicians Work
Hours vary based on the Bioheat® or HVAC company’s business hours, however most service technicians work a regular 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. schedule or similar hours.
Why You Should Consider a Career as a Bioheat® and HVAC Service Technician in Connecticut
Become a Bioheat® and HVAC service technician to pursue a sustainable career and develop lasting skills that typically includes continuing education and opportunities for advancement.