Team Leader - HVAC Coils - Atlanta, GA (metro)

Job Description

We are an E-Verify Employer. We are a certified minority-owned company.

Minimum Education: High School Diploma or GED

Preferred Experience: 3-5 years of related experience to include some supervision of others, handyman, facilities, mechanical or construction experience.

Required Experience: At least 2 years of work experience in an outdoor, general labor and customer-focused environment.
Ability to work under pressure and tight deadlines
Exceptional time management and prioritization abilities.
Experience communicating professionally with clients across industries.
Successful history of delivering exceptional customer service

Responsibilities Overview

-Travel / Carpool to job sites in and out-of-state and actively participate in setting up equipment at the job site.
-Lead Team to job completion
-Works with Project Management team and admin to coordinate activities of site work
-Assist in the training of all new hires or current employees in need of re-training
-Complete all assigned documentation in a timely manner
-Conduct safety inspections and walkthroughs each day
-Conduct daily team huddle for job completion
-Submit daily and monthly credit card reconciliation statements
-Communicate daily with office admin and project management team
-Assist project management with coaching and the corrective action process
-Access rooftops from the outside or inside of buildings with the use of ladders, stairs or hatches.
-Closely follow company provided schedules to satisfy customer service requirements and completion of job tasks.
-Seek to improve quality in all aspects of work performance.
-Conform to the highest professional standards in achieving results.
-Inspect equipment daily.
-Drive and maintain company vehicle and inventory to always reflect cleanliness and professionalism.
-Ensure work is complete, accurate, on-time and cost-effective.
-Adhere to company safety standards while on the job site and while operating company provided equipment.
-Wear personal protective equipment.
-Demonstrate concern for clients within or outside the organization
-Report to work on time, have outstanding attendance and make daily use of the timekeeping system.
-Be flexible and open to travel requirements within the respective region.
-Adhere to the company provided travel budget.
-Communicate effectively with all business associates and customers in a respectful, polite and friendly manner.
-Perform all other duties and tasks as assigned by your manager
-Ensures work performed is in compliance with state, local and Federal legal requirements.
-Aheres to all safety standards and ensures team and contractors do as well.

Required Skills

-Willingness to learn; Ability to be taught new skills; self-starter attitude; dependable; flexible; and high attention to detail.
-Must be able to use a computer or mobile device to report hours worked and to check and reply to email and phone calls.
-Strong mechanical aptitude.
-Strong comfort level regarding heights and ladders. Ladders have a safety rating of 225 lbs.
-Able to lift 50-75 lbs. daily and assist a team in lifting weight of up to 600 lbs.
-Able to comfortably perform repetitive bending, twisting, climbing ladders and lifting while executing service work.
-Tools and equipment will be provided by the company.
-Must be able to pass extensive background verification
-This position requires overnight travel. Occasionally up to 2 weeks. Overnight expenses will be covered by the company.

Must possess a valid driver’s license and acceptable driving record and maintain a Motor Vehicle Record that meets company safety and insurance standards.

Work Environment

Exposure to adverse conditions, extreme heat, extreme cold, and wet and/or humid conditions, outside weather conditions.
Exposure to moving mechanical parts.
Exposure to high, precarious places.
Exposure to fumes or airborne particles.
Possible risk of electrical shock.
Protective clothing or equipment is required including hard-hat, N95 mask, work boots, protective eyewear, and safety vest.
HazMat suits provided if needed.
Must be able to work in confined spaces.

Green Air Environmental, LLC is an equal opportunity employer and makes employment decisions without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, gender, age, disability, protected veteran status, or any other reason prohibited by law. E/O/F/M

We are an E-Verify Employer. We are a certified minority-owned company.

Type: Full-time
Pay: $16.00 to $18.00 per HOUR

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Green Air Environmental, LLC

Green Air Environmental, LLC is a specialized firm that uses a chemical-free, pressurized steam to clean Air Handling Units and HVAC systems. This process improves energy efficiency in HVAC systems which helps Green Air’s clients all along the East Coast live, breathe and save green.

The Green Air process was born out of frustration and genuine concern about the traditional way Air Handling Units and HVAC systems were being cleaned. After years of working in the HVAC industry, Tim Robinson, our President, knew something needed to change. From concerns about the traditional chemical cleaning process that was causing harm to the environment and to the people whose lives it was designed to enhance, Tim worked to develop a custom steam and proprietary process that has made clean breathing air and energy cost savings a reality for many organizations. Many years later, and he's still at it!

Green Air relies completely on a devoted, dedicated team to serve our clients graciously and expeditiously. We work hard to create a flexible, friendly and fair atmosphere that appeals to many hardworking, not-afraid-to-get-a-little-dirty individuals. Green Air Environmental, LLC is an at-will, Equal Opportunity Employer. We are minority-owned.

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