Propane Service Technician
McCraw Propane is Hiring Propane Service Technicians for its Farmersville, Texas, Location
- Excellent Pay & Benefits
- Generous Paid Time Off
- Family Work Environment
- Strong Training Program
- Safety Bonus
Are you looking for family work environment, excellent pay and benefits and generous paid time off? Is it important to be treated like a valued, trusted, professional member of a team? Do you want to work where your feedback is valued by management? Are you a professional who takes pride in the quality of your work and your safety record?
If this sounds like the kind of place where you’d enjoy working, McCraw Propane is the place for you! We offer rewards for loyalty and quality work, and we offer the stability of a larger company while still keeping a family culture. We are a place where you can enjoy a long career, and we have never had a layoff in our history – even during the tough times of the COVID shutdown.
We are looking for a self-motivated, team player to serve as a propane service technician for our existing and new propane customers. Most of the service work is for our residential customers with occasional commercial jobs. The ability to operate safely and diligently follow propane safety codes is critical to success. You must be able to accurately complete installation and service jobs in a timely manner with a focus on delighting our customers. Occasional Class B CDL propane bobtail driving is expected on a backup basis. We provide excellent on-the-job and office based training along with an outstanding safe driving program.
- Two years Class B CDL experience.
- DOT Drug Screen & DOT Physical
- Must be 21 or older
- Propane Experience preferred but not required. We will train and provide assistance for propane licensing exams and CDL endorsements.
If you are looking for more than a job, come be part of our team so that we can grow to the next level together. Every day and in every way, we strive to make our customers, team members and communities better off for having known us. As we like to say, we “Leave ‘em better.”