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HVAC Technician



Job Description
Licensed HVAC Technician needed at Cherokee County Health and Rehab.
Full time position, Monday - Friday 8a - 4:30p, occasional weekends/holidays, must be on call when needed.
Health Care Facility experience a plus!

As a HVAC Technician you will work under the supervision of the Maintenance Director and Facility Administrator to maintain all heating/air conditioning and/or refrigeration systems and identify repair/replacement needs necessary to maintain equipment and systems.

Position requires you to work in different weather conditions (heat, cold, rain, snow..etc), be able to lift heavy objects such as furniture, stand or stoop for long periods, and operate different types of tools and machinery. You may also be asked to perform other general maintenance tasks when you are not working on heating/air needs.







About Cherokee County Health and Rehabilitation Center
Cherokee County Health and Rehabilitation Center (CCHRC) has served Cherokee County and surrounding areas since 1960. We offer a 185 skilled-bed nursing home, facility dedicated to providing quality long-term care, dementia and rehabilitative services and health care education to our residents and the citizens of Cherokee County. Located near Weiss Lake, in the heart of Cherokee County, CCHRC has well-trained, caring and dedicated staff with resident care being our top priority.


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