WorkSeekers: November 19, 2001

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Ten years of experience in refrigeration and hvac as a technician; advancing into inside sales and marketing. Distribution knowledge consists of configuration methods and applications. Ability to communicate and interact with diverse personalities at corporate and trade levels. Positive attitude with the proactive ability to handle multiple tasks while under pressure to meet deadlines, making sales and customer service the priority. Paul Mancinotti III, 3218 Cesery Blvd., Jacksonville, FL 32277; 904-477-1351 or 904-745-9899; (e-mail).

Hvac student nearing completion of class work at Lincoln Tech (Grand Prairie, TX). I have a 3.8 GPA and need three more classes to get my EPA universal certification. I also have an associate’s degree in Automation and Robotics (3.48 GPA), and I am an ISCET certified electronics technician. Jim Mitchell, 130 Valley Meadows Drive, Springtown, TX 76082; 817-677-2056; (e-mail).

Recently returned from overseas on government projects consisting of hvac, chillers, and refrigeration. I have been a project manager, installer, consultant, and estimator. I have over 20 years of experience. I also have government TS clearance. Gerald Kowalkowski, 6281 Virginia Way, Paradise, CA 95969; 530-877-0538; 530-876-9743 (fax); (e-mail).

Experienced residential installation supervisor. Certified “Check-Me” AC, EPA universal certified, certified Duck Blast tester. In search of San Diego hvac company for long-term commitment. Main focus is on excellent customer relations, providing detailed and complete service, and modeling proper policies, procedures, and professionalism at all times. Lance G. Johnson, 410 W. 10th Ave., Escondido, CA 92025; 760-294-1721; (e-mail).

Publication date: 11/19/2001

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