Clearwater Hvac Jobs (FL)

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  • Building Administration Supervisor - MCCS (Clearwater, Fl)Macy's(St. Petersburg, Florida)

    Description Overview: Ensure a safe, clean, and comfortable work environment and overall maintenance of the facility. Responsible for preventive and/or corrective maintenance of the following equipment and/or projects, including but not limited to, HVAC, Electrical, Plumbing, Lighting, Carpentry, Painting, Janitorial Services, Landscaping, Security and Safety Programs. Key Accountabilities: Respon...
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    Posted Thu 11th December

  • Electrician $1,000 Signing Bonus & Relocation AssistanceMidway Services, Inc(St. Petersburg, Florida)

    Looking for steady, year round employment with great pay and benefits? Do you like to talk with people? Are you willing to provide residential and commercial service to earn up to $70,000 in 2015? That's what our experienced Electricians earn with NO high pressure sales. We're offering $1,000 new hire bonus and relocation assistance for new employees moving into the area. We are seeking career foc...
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    Posted Tue 2nd December

  • Maintenance Supervisor - FT ForSouthwind Management Services(St. Petersburg, Florida)

    Maintenance Supervisor - FT for multiple rental properties in located in Jupiter area. Must be knowledgeable in basic plumbing, Electrical & appliance repairs. Light carpentry & sheetrock repairs. HVAC certification beneficial. Reliable transportation required. Salary plus travel reimbursement. Apply to: Southwind Management Services, Inc. PO Box 10293, Clearwater, FL 33757 Fax: 727-447-2252 Email...
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    Posted Thu 18th December

Clearwater FL Job Search Tip

Requirements for employment in the HVAC industry include either a trade school diploma or extended field experience. Those who do not attend trade school for HVAC often apprentice under a licensed technician. Being an HVAC technician can mean heavy lifting and harsh conditions, such as hours spent on a hot rooftop or in a non-air conditioned attic. Likely places of employment include large HVAC service companies, private corporations, schools and government agencies. An HVAC technician may also choose to become a freelance worker.

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