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Refrigeration Install Apprentice

Company Name:
Hussmann
Job Description
Since 1906, Hussmann International, Inc. has been helping retailers preserve and display fresh foods. Today, Hussmann is a world leader in manufacturing, selling, installing and servicing merchandising equipment and refrigeration systems to customers throughout the world.
Hussmann serves a wide variety of customers involved in the global cold chain. These include supermarkets, mass merchants, warehouse clubs, convenience stores, drug stores, and foodservice establishments.
The Refrigeration Installation Apprentice provides basic knowledge of refrigeration construction experience in performing installation and/or remodeling of refrigeration systems commonly installed in supermarket, convenient stores and cold storage distribution format.
Ability to support refrigeration installation environment by welding and soldering copper as directed
Demonstrate an understanding and adherence to all work safety policies and procedures.
Develop and maintain excellent customer relations.
Requirements
0-3 yrs. years in commercial refrigeration installation. Supermarket construction PREFERRED
Knowledge in brazing and soldering. Ability to read blue prints
Ability to use hand and power tools
High School/Equivalent or Vocational School required.
Possess good mechanical aptitude
Willing to Travel, work shifts and/or night work
Valid driver's license with good driving record
Physically able to climb ladders and to lift objects up to fifty pounds.
Benefits
Paid Vacation and Holidays
Incentive Plans
Medical, dental, vision and prescription coverage
Matching 401K
Tuition Reimbursement - industry related
Hussmann International, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer

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