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PSE&G is hiring HVAC Lead Installers and Instalers

PSE&G is looking to fill several HVAC installers and Lead Installer positions.
You must possess a valid driver’s license with a safe driving record.
Must be able to maintain harmony and safety and obtain satisfactory work results from employees assigned to work with them.
For the Lead Installer positions 9462/9362 must possess type II or Universal refrigerant certificate and possess all of the qualifications of a HVAC Installer, with a minimum of 1 year experience or equivalent.
For the Installer position 9463/9363 must have a minimum of 3 months experience in HVAC related work.
If the links below do not work please go to PSEG dot com, in the bottom right corner click on Careers then click on the orange “Search Jobs” button in the middle of the screen. The entire list of jobs will appear.
Good luck and looking forward to all of our new employees.
9462 HVAC Lead Installer (HBR) Jersey City
9462 HVAC Lead Installer (HBR) Summit
9362H HVAC Lead Installer (HBR) New Brunswick
9362H HVAC Lead Installer (HBR) Plainfield
9362H HVAC Lead Installer (HBR) East Orange
9463 HVAC Installer Jersey City
9363 HVAC Installer Plainfield


  • ZmanZman Member Posts: 5,734
    Looks like a great opportunity for someone with very little experience to guide someone with no experience.
    I feel sorry for the homeowners...
    "If you can't explain it simply, you don't understand it well enough"
    Albert Einstein
  • SeanBeansSeanBeans Member Posts: 482
    I saw an ad for steam installers not too long ago.

    I wonder if you have to play by PSEG's rules when installing a steamer.. or if they encourage you to follow the advice of the pros here on heatinghelp (drop headers, vaporstats and all that small stuff that makes a big difference)
  • NY_RobNY_Rob Member Posts: 1,370
    edited December 2017
    So I could get a job with PSEG as an installer? Sweet!
    Between my AC system and boiler- I have 3-months experience.


    Like Zman said "I feel sorry for the homeowners... " :o

    Edit- looks like you "Must possess type II or Universal refrigerant certificate" so I'm out of the running :'(
  • JohnNYJohnNY Member Posts: 2,432
    The utter crap these "techs" tell my customers about their heating systems ranges from humorous to odd to terrifying.
    And it's all gospel to homeowners because "the PSE&G guy said it".
    For installations, troubleshooting, and private consulting services, find John "JohnNY" Cataneo here at :
    "72°F Mechanical, LLC"
    Or email John at [email protected]
    John is the Boilers and Hydronic Heating Systems Course Instructor at NYC's Mechanics Institute, a professional Master Plumber, licensed by The Department of Buildings of The City of New York, and works extensively in NYC while consulting for clients in and out of state.
    John also oversees mechanical installations and maintenance for metro-area clients with his family's company, Gateway Plumbing and Heating along with his brother/business partner.
    Rich_49Robert O'Connor_12
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