Job hunting through social networks is all very well, but there are other, more conventional ways of applying for jobs.
While you may argue that applying through a company’s website is hardly conventional, people have been doing it for decades now.
Career websites are a great tool to help you in applying for a job. You often never have to build your resume – but if you do, all you have to do is upload a standard one.
If you possibly can, we suggest that you customize your standard resume to the demands of the job before you upload it.
Have a look at the following resume sample for the position of an HVAC installer to gauge how you can write a targeted resume to upload to a company website:
See also: HVAC Installer Cover Letter
HVAC Installer Resume Example
87 Pepper Road, Atlantic City, NJ 26452
joey.saldana @ email . com
Highly skilled individual with 9+ years’ experience in installing and maintaining HVAC related equipment in accordance to manufacturer’s specifications. Reliable, methodical with demonstrated effective working relationships with peers and managers. Functional knowledge of wiring line and low voltage to heating and cooling equipment within commercial and residential areas.
• Installing copper refrigerant lines and flex duct systems.
• Understanding and recording readings on HVAC machines, aimed at calibration and troubleshooting.
• Performing preventative and general maintenance activities on HVAC systems, keeping in mind longevity and wear and tear.
– System replacement
– HVAC repairs
– Thermostatic adjustments
– Pipefitting techniques
– Electric motor theory
– Diagnosis and repair
– Heat energy
– System compliance
• Designed and led a systems compliance project that decreased HVAC installation errors by 44%.
• Reduced electricity bills for 10 commercial buildings by 44% by incorporating suggested false ceiling recommendations into the HVAC installation program.
• Decentralized 5 buildings’ humidifying controls, by setting up humidistats in each apartment, thus saving the building owner time and cost in arranging for someone to maintain central humidifying controls.
• Wrote the “rule book” on performing preventative and regular maintenance on HVAC systems.
Central Heating, Atlantic City, NJ | 5/2013-Present
• Assess existing HVAC systems to determine viability and requirements for maintenance
• Perform preventative and general maintenance activities on existing HVAC systems
• Install heating, ventilating and air conditioning systems
• Test electric circuits and components to determine continuity
• Check pipes and tubes to determine the flow of fuel and water to form complete circuits
• Replace or repair defective equipment and wiring
• Connect gas lines to heating equipment
• Estimate cost of materials and labor needed to install HVAC systems post determining feasibility
• Record readings and thermostats adjust of HVAC systems to provide optimum value to customers
• Confer with customers to gauge their HVAC needs and provide them with possible solutions based on their budgets
The Lee Thompson Co., Atlantic City, NJ | 1/2010-5/2013
• Assisted in looking for possible problems with commercial and residential HVAC systems
• Troubleshoot issues with heating, air conditioning and ventilation using a variety of tools and equipment
• Ascertained that the readings on all HVAC equipment are calibrated properly and that any out of sync reading is adjusted
• Serviced component parts and assisted in installing HVAC systems
• Ordered and delivered parts to be used at the job site
EDUCATION & TRAININGS
HVAC Excellence Service Core Program
Dame Dorr High School, Atlantic City, NJ – 2009