Are you an experienced HVAC mechanic or installer looking to join a close-knit team of heating and cooling experts in Charlotte? Keep reading to learn more about what sets MTB Mechanical apart from the rest, and how you can become a part of the family.Why join the team at MTB Mechanical?
Number one: we love what we do. We’ve been in business for 40 years in the greater Charlotte area, and our home matters to us. MTB Mechanical isn’t just about heating and cooling services, it’s about community.
We’re a family owned company with generations of heating and cooling experience, and we got where we are today because we think that delivering detail-oriented, attentive service is the most important trait to possess. We care about quality – we strive to keep our customers for life. With a commitment to outstanding service comes a need for exceptional team members. That’s where you come in.
What can MTB Mechanical offer me?
We think our employees are extraordinary, and we like to treat them that way. Education is important to us, and we emphasize ongoing technical and install training for our technicians. We know that great service for our customers starts with happy team members, so we do everything we can to ensure that our technicians are taken care of. We provide many important benefits, such as:
Medical and Dental Coverage
Vision Discount Program
Short Term Disability
Paid Vacation and Holidays
MTB Mechanical is looking for dedicated team members committed to quality service. If you are interested in joining MTB Mechanical, please send your resume via email or download the application form and fax to 704-844-0789.
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