Eugene Silberstein, the new National Programs Director for HVAC Excellence, today issued a letter to training organizations calling attention to job opportunities in MSCA-member contracting businesses.
In his letter, Silberstein notes that MSCA -- Mechanical Service Contractors of America -- the nation's leading trade association for heating, air conditioning, refrigeration, plumbing, and facility operations contractors, is struggling to fill open positions despite offering some of the most sought-after jobs in the industry.
Silberstein writes that MSCA has partnered with HVAC Excellence to identify HVACR educational programs that have met nationally recognized standards, and those graduates who have the training necessary to work for leading organizations. Those organizations include manufacturer installation teams such as Johnson Controls and Carrier Commercial, as well as more than 1,200 MSCA contractor members.
"Students who have successfully completed HVAC Excellence-accredited programs and obtained their HVAC Excellence Employment Ready Certifications can be fast-tracked to higher entry levels by MSCA member contractors, unlocking unmatched career placement opportunities with the potential to earn up to a six-figure income per year, as well as numerous benefits such as health insurance, pension plans, service vehicles, and more. MSCA member companies also offer lifelong education with college credits, certification, and degree programs, along with unlimited opportunities for growth and advancement," Silberstein writes.
The news is accompanied by a letter from Teresa Pezzi, executive director of MSCA.
"It is the job of every school to get their students the best jobs possible. MSCA members offer career placement opportunities that are hard to match," Pezzi writes.
Learn more about those opportunities for students in the letter from Teresa Pezzi.