Refrigeration Technician Job Descriptions

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Refrigeration Technician Job Description

Refrigeration technicians are responsible for the installation, service, and repair of refrigeration systems. They can work for residential, commercial, and industrial clients. Each of these client types will have different refrigeration needs and so the refrigeration technician needs to be capable of delivering targeted refrigeration solutions. The main function of an employee in this role is to install and maintain refrigeration units. To do that, they need to understand how various types of refrigerators work, how to interpret technical instructions, and how to replace faulty parts. Refrigeration technicians also sometimes work on HVAC units and other appliances, such as ice machines and various types of beverage equipment.

Employers who hire for the role tend to look for candidates who have previous experience in either refrigeration maintenance or HVAC systems. But no formal academic or professional training is necessarily required to become a refrigeration technician.

Refrigeration Technician Job Description Template

We’re looking for a skilled refrigeration technician to add to our growing team. In this position, it will be your job to look after our clients’ refrigeration units. We serve the needs of residential, commercial, and industrial clients. So you will need to be able to repair several different types of refrigeration units.

You will be responsible for a variety of tasks as a refrigeration technician on our team. For example, it will be your job to read and interpret blueprints and technical instructions. You’ll install climate control systems, refrigeration systems, and other types of beverage equipment. You’ll also be responsible for observing and testing the systems that you install to ensure they function properly.

To do all of this, you will need to be able to read blueprints, use a variety of tools, and perform common refrigeration maintenance tasks without needing supervision to do so. If you think that you would be a good for the job, then reach out to us with your resume. We’d love to see it.

Refrigeration Technician Responsibilities:

  • Troubleshoot refrigeration systems for clients with different needs
  • Replace faulty refrigeration parts
  • Install new refrigeration systems, as well as ice machines and other types of beverage equipment
  • Answer any questions that clients may have about their refrigeration systems
  • Observe and test newly-installed systems to ensure they work properly

Refrigeration Technician Requirements:

  • High school diploma or equivalent
  • Previous experience working with either refrigeration systems or HVAC systems
  • Ability to read and understand blueprints and technical instructions
  • Ability to use various tools without needing supervision
  • Excellent customer service skills

Refrigeration Technician FAQ

What tasks does a refrigeration technician complete?

A refrigeration technician helps with the installation and maintenance of refrigeration and HVAC systems. It’s their job to replace faulty parts, install new units, and ensure that the work they do will last. A refrigeration technician will also spend some time answering their clients’ questions and maintaining their stock levels of important parts.

What should I include in my refrigeration technician help-wanted ads?

Your best bet is to mirror the outline that we’ve used in the section above. You want to begin with a few paragraphs that talk about the most important parts of your position. Then you can get a bit more specific by creating two bulleted lists. These should show your applicants all of the most important responsibilities and requirements of the job.

Can I use your refrigeration technician job description template?

Yes, we’re fine with you using all of our templates in whatever ways you think are best for your help-wanted ads. But you will want to make sure to supplement what we’ve written with some information that helps your ads stand out from others in your area. Doing so will help you attract as many qualified candidates as possible.

Frequently Asked Questions about hiring a Refrigeration Technician

What is the best way to find and hire a Refrigeration Technician near me?
Online job boards are the best place to find qualified Refrigeration Technician applicants. Employers posting their Refrigeration Technician job on Indeed get about 13 applications from that board on average.
Which job boards should I post on to find Refrigeration Technician applicants?
You should post to multiple job boards at once. The most successful job postings for a Refrigeration Technician are on Indeed – but on average, employers post to 11 boards at the same time, using tools like Workstream. Publishing to multiple job boards at once helps you get your first applicant in 22 hours on average, which is shorter than the national average for Refrigeration Technician positions.
What's the best way to communicate with applicants looking for a Refrigeration Technician role?
SMS has 95% open rates which is higher than phone call or Email. Text to hire today!
Is it OK to text Refrigeration Technician job applicants?
Hourly paid workers, such as Refrigeration Technicians are actually more engaged when texting about jobs. We have found that text messages are 112% better than email at getting an applicant's response. Have a look at Workstream, which automates the process of texting and uses a phone number specifically assigned to your job post so you don’t have to use your personal phone.
Can I use a different phone number to engage Refrigeration Technician applicants via text message?
Yes, tools such as Workstream provide custom phone numbers that allow employers to engage with applicants through their tool without having to use a personal or business cell phone.

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