The Senior HVAC Sheet Metal Installer is responsible for supervising and installation of new sheet metal and equipment on new or existing projects. This includes RTU’s, MUA’s, HP’s, Furnace’s, EF’s, FCU’s, and AHU’s.
- Position Title: Senior HVAC Sheet Metal Installer
- Reports to: Field Superintendent
- Department: Sheet Metal
- Supervisory Responsibilities: Junior HVAC Sheet Metal Installer’s
Senior HVAC Sheet Metal Installer Position Duties:
- Available by phone from 6:00 am to 4:00 pm for any coordination with Field Supervisor. Hours required on the job are from 7:00 am to 3:30 pm Monday through Friday (depending on job). Available to work occasional overtime & weekends if needed.
- Coordinate and communicate with the Field Superintendent, Purchasing, Shop Manager, and Warehouse Manager to assure materials are acquired well in advance and setup for delivery for efficiency. The Senior HVAC Sheet Metal Installer should limit office visits to design questions.
- The Senior HVAC Sheet Metal Installer is capable of running and completing projects in a timely and efficient manner. The Senior HVAC Sheet Metal Installer’s paperwork should be clear, complete and submitted in a timely manner. The Senior HVAC Sheet Metal Installer is a representative of Rogers & Sons and must be capable of communicating well with customers. This includes owner training and offering their expertise in upselling items that benefit the customers including efficiency up grades, PM’s, etc. The Senior HVAC Sheet Metal Installer must be capable of training these same skills to other Sr. Installers and Jr. Installers and setting the example for them.
- The Sr. SM Installer should know and understand how the project estimates are put together. The Senior HVAC Sheet Metal Installer is responsible for working with the Project Managers and Field Superintendents to ensure that all projects assigned come in at or under budget. The Senior HVAC Sheet Metal Installer is responsible for setting the installation goals for themselves and assigned Jr. Sheet Metal Installers to ensure they come in at or under budget. The Senior HVAC Sheet Metal Installer is responsible for any project assigned that doesn’t come in at or under budget and will meet with all the employees involved to strategize and come up with a proactive plan to prevent the same mistake in the future.
- Responsible for coaching, training, and helping Sr. Installers and Jr. Installers working on assigned projects.
- The Senior HVAC Sheet Metal Installer will follow and hold all Rogers & Sons Employees accountable to all the policies, procedures, and standards of the Company on a daily basis.
- Responsible for attending and actively participating in all training classes provided by Rogers & Sons.
- Responsible for monthly vehicle inspections and keeping the vehicle serviced and clean.
- Responsible for adhering to the Rogers & Sons dress code and PPE and ensuring all employees on the site adhere to the same.
- Other duties as assigned.
- Preplanning and minimizing the quantity of purchase orders and deliveries on a project.
- Projects coming in at or under budgeted hours and material dollars.
- Independence and ability to start and complete a project without Construction Service resources.
- Training of field personnel to strengthen support for the company.
- Quality of work and paperwork delivered to end user (Customer) and office.
- Implement of Great Service measures for the department including paperwork and processes to improve customer’s experience.
Education and Certifications:
- Preferred Minimum of High School diploma or GED.
- Completion of HVAC trade school including Journeyman’s License Preferred.
- Minimum 7 years’ experience in the HVAC industry.
- Computer skills including: Microsoft Word, Outlook, Bluebeam, etc.
- Internet search skills to find equipment info.
- Ability to instruct new and existing Installers on department paperwork processes and tool usage.
- Ability to train and coach Installers to the Rogers & Sons standard.
- Proficient in Material Ordering, Gas Heating, Air Conditioning, heat
- pumps, VRF, medium temp refrigeration, make up air units, exhaust systems, principles of air flow and duct sizing, layout of duct, duct take off, basic electrical and wiring diagrams. This includes methods for hanging equipment and hoods, venting of equipment, and submittal verification.
- Ability to learn new equipment and technology on the go.
- Management of self, schedules and others.
Working Conditions and Physical Requirements:
- Extreme hot or cold environments with the potential of rain, snow, and high wind.
- Work space could be limited to tight and confined spaces, accessible to walking on trusses in attics. Heights are guaranteed and the need to work from ladders and power operated lifts.
- Work around high and low voltage power sources. Equipment encased in sharp metal boxes with moving parts.
- You will encounter and be around extreme hot and extreme cold
- systems and equipment. Working around and sometimes with highly flammable or sometimes corrosive chemicals.
- Job requires safe and clear headed thinking. Heavy lifting, rigging and cranes are likely to be used.
- Observes safety policies and procedures: We Are Safe First
- Determines appropriate action beyond guidelines and reports potentially unsafe conditions
- Uses equipment, materials and PPE properly
- Exhibits confidence in self and others
- Accepts feedback from others and gives appropriate feedback and recognition
- Inspires respect, trust and inspires others to fulfill the RSI Family Vision
- Is consistently at work and on time
- Dresses appropriately for the position and keeps self well groomed
- Commits to long hours of work when necessary to reach goals
- Completes tasks on time or notifies appropriate person
- Takes responsibility for own actions and asks for and offers help when needed
- Demonstrates accuracy and thoroughness
- Looks for ways to improve and promote quality by applying feedback given
- Job Knowledge
- Competent in required job skills and knowledge and exhibits the ability to learn and apply new skills
- Shares expertise with others and keeps technical skills up to date
- Uses resources effectively and efficiently
- Requires minimal supervision with an attention to detail
- Problem Solving
- Identifies and resolves problems in a timely manner while offering alternative solutions when encountering challenges
- Encourages open communication and exhibits sound and accurate judgment
- Displays willingness to make decisions and adapts to changes in the work environment
- Job Knowledge
- Customer Service
- Manages difficult or emotional customer situations by exhibiting active listening and comprehension
- Responds promptly to customer needs by meeting commitments
- Establishes and maintains effective relations, relationships matter
- Expresses and understands ideas and thoughts verbally and in written form
- Balances team and individual responsibilities
- Contributes to building a positive team spirit
- Supports everyone’s efforts to succeed
- Customer Service
- Cost Consciousness
- Understands business implications of decisions and contributes to profits and revenue
- Works within approved budget by developing and implementing cost saving measures that align with strategic goals
- Conserves organizational resources
- Follows policies and procedures
- Supports organization’s goals and values
- Cost Consciousness