A local commercial HVAC company is currently looking for an Experienced Commercial Sheet Metal Shop Foreman to join their team. This is a great “direct-hire” opportunity for an experienced fabricator interested in a long-term career position with a stable company
This position oversees the design, fabrication and building of architectural sheet metal products used in commercial HVAC applications.
Benefits for the Commercial HVAC Sheet Metal Shop Foreman / HVAC Duct Fabricator Manager include:
This is a “direct-hire” opportunity and not a “temp” or “contract” position
Starting Wage $30.00 - $32.00 an hour DOE
Schedule: Monday - Friday 7:00am – 3:30pm
Full Benefits including Health, dental, & vision Insurance, 401k, paid time off, company gas card and paid holidays.
This is a “direct-hire” opportunity and not a “contract” or “temp” position.
Qualifications for the Commercial HVAC Sheet Metal Shop Foreman / HVAC Duct Fabricator Manager position include:
Minimum of 4-8 years related sheet metal fabrication experience and/or training and previous foreman or managerial experience is required.
Complex mathematical skills.
Must be able to read/comprehend blueprints, drawing, and work orders and analyze the information.
Significant sheet metal fabrication experience. At least 4-6 years working with a wide variety of commercial parts from simple to complex sheet metal pieces. Capable of meeting productivity requirements.
Prefer experience with set-up and operating press brakes, soldering, spot welding, laser hand-tool as well as basic tools used throughout manufacturing sheet metal. Must be able and willing to train apprentice-level employees.
Strong analytical and problem-solving skills.
Previous forklift experience helpful.
Must have a valid Texas driver's license with an acceptable driving record.
Responsibilities for the Commercial HVAC Sheet Metal Shop Foreman / HVAC Duct Fabricator Manager position include:
Oversee commercial sheet metal fabrication and repair of sheet metal products & equipment, such as ducts, control boxes, drainpipes, and furnace casings.
Section cutting to assemble commercial rigid air conditioning ductwork / systems.
Reading & interpreting blueprints, drawings and work orders of large chillers, specialized package units and also understanding electrical components such as lighting, panel boxes and building automation.
May occasionally be called on to go into the field to measure.
When not fabricating, you may be training less experienced sheet metal fabricators