Refrigeration Repair Service Technician

Sears Holdings Plantation , FL 33388

Posted 4 months ago




Sears Home Services have immediate openings for Appliance Repair AND Refrigeration & Appliance Repair Technicians to service basic and high-end home appliance repair jobs at customers residences. We strive to schedule your daily jobs within 30 minutes of your live-in city.

If you have experience in Appliance Repair, or electrical troubleshooting; we want to talk with you about a career with us! Recent HVAC/R graduates and Veterans are encouraged to apply.

Technician Responsibilities

  • Accurately diagnosing and repairing major home appliances.
  • Providing the customer with an accurate estimate of the cost of repair.
  • Collecting payment from the customer once repair job is completed.
  • Providing knowledgeable, courteous and professional customer service at all times.

Technician Requirements

  • Minimum 1 year related work or school experience
  • Active and valid Drivers License
  • High School Diploma or GED (Graduate Equivalency Degree)
  • Mechanical comfort


  • EPA Universal required for Refrigeration Repair position


  • Health, dental, vision insurance.
  • Company provides service vehicle, tools, iPhone, gas card, and more
  • 401k
  • Ongoing certification and training on new technology

: Full-Time

$16-22 (commensurate with experience) plus uncapped Commission

For consideration of this position please call or text Brian Webb at 407-900-7610

Sears Holdings Corporation is a Patriot Award recipient from the Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve (ESGR), a proud partner of the Military Spouse Employment Partnership (MSEP) and a coalition member of the Veteran Jobs Mission.


Full Time Benefits

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