Conducts maintenance, repair and installations of heating units in residential homes. Coordinates with Auditors and Program Director to perform the prescribed job in a manner that is thorough, courteous, expeditious, and safe. Only Applicants with HVAC experience need apply. Field experience installing HVAC Systems a plus.
•Diagnose malfunctions of heating system and/or components for the purpose of identifying repair or replacement .
•Review job folders and determine the work to be accomplished and materials needed to complete the project.
•Repair and replace heating systems and/or components.
•Work alongside crew to perform basic weatherization carpentry work if needed.
•Familiarity with appropriate National Fire Protection Agency’s (NFPA) regulations and the New York State Mechanical Code. Perform all work In Accordance with(IAW) prevailing codes and the Standard Work System (SWS).
Requirements: please send a cover letter and resume
•High School Diploma/GED required.
•Knowledge of various HVAC systems including hydronic and forced air systems.
•Carpentry or renovation experience and use of basic power tools is helpful.
•Ability to lift 50 pound tools and equipment. Able to crawl under, in, and through tight and/or dirty spaces, pull or reach with arms and/or hands, bend or kneel, climb stairs or ladders. Ability to work from heights.
•Tolerant of exposure to all weather conditions (heat, cold, snow and rain); for periods up to 8 hours.
•Excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to effectively communicate with people of diverse social and economic backgrounds.
•Ability to work well unsupervised and efficiently a must.
•HVAC equipped company vehicle provided during Work Hours.
•A clean, valid New York State driver’s license.
Great Benefits + Annual Salary of $41,600 to start
•Medical, Dental, and Vision Coverage
•Life Insurance and 401(k) Retirement
•Paid Vacation, Personal and Sick Time
LifeWorks Community Action, formerly Saratoga County Economic Opportunity Council, is a nonprofit that helps thousands of neighbors each year overcome the challenges of poverty by providing food, early childhood education, energy services, health and wellness, and immigrant services. Popular programs include The Pantry in Ballston Spa and The Kitchen in Saratoga Springs, as well as Head Start, WIC and Weatherization. Help Starts Here