Hvac Installer - Expression Of Interest, Dunedin, Hrv

Published 2022-06-30
Expires 2022-07-30
ID #1066285914
Hvac Installer - Expression Of Interest, Dunedin, Hrv
New Zealand, Otago, Dunedin,
Published June 30, 2022

Job details:

Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Monthly
Occupation: Hvac installer - expression of interest

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About the role

If you enjoy meeting and talking to new people every day, and customer satisfaction is your goal, then we want to hear from you! We offer a friendly and inviting team environment with full training and ongoing support provided. If you enjoy problem solving, building relationships, and working with a variety of people across New Zealand, keep reading!

Our Install teams work with a range HVAC product including leading brands like Panasonic. On a typical day you will deliver outstanding customer service and:

Work alongside an electrician to install and service our products in residential homes to match best practice guidelines.
Support our customers with any questions or issues they experience.
Pitch our range of healthy home solutions.
Be a champion of our Health and Safety protocols.

To succeed in this role, we’re looking for someone with:

Knowledge or interest in the HVAC field – ideally with the desire to further develop their skillsets.
Physical fitness (you’ll be able to use ladders and work within confined roof spaces).
Competent with hand and power tools.
A strong problem-solving mindset and the ability to follow plans.
Punctuality, with the ability to work within timeframes.
A passion for delighting our customers.
An ability to work within a team environment.

What’s on Offer

We offer the opportunity to grow your skills and make a real difference in a supportive, high-performing team that celebrates success. On offer is full time work (40 hours per week), a base salary and commission structure. We also provide you with mobile device, tools of the trade, a uniform and PPE.

We also offer a great range of benefits including:

Location support: up to $2000.00 payment to help towards relocation cost and weekly accommodation allowance for the first 6 months
Top up your income with commission on any products you sell (we’ll provide you training on how to do this)
Paid overtime (when required)
Paid Birthday Leave – take the day off on us!
Employee Assistance Programme
Employee Recognition Programme (quarterly and annual awards to mention a couple)
Staff discounts on a range of great brands (Noel Leeming, Place Makers, Repco, Torpedo 7, Pita Pit and many more)
Access to our employee benefits portal (discounted movie tickets for Event and Hoyts Cinemas, discounted gift cards for stores like Countdown, Farmers, The Warehouse, Briscoes and more)

We also offer a comprehensive training and ongoing professional development to make sure we equip you with the skills you need to stay safe on the job, including:

HVAC Installation
Electrical Safety
Working at Heights
First Aid and CPR
Driver Skill Awareness
and more…

HRV engages a workforce made up of individuals with diverse skills, values, backgrounds and experiences. HRV respects and values people who are different from each other, including gender, ethnicity, disability, age, sexual orientation, race and religion.

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