November 26, 2019
Are you a trade school student thinking about your next step after graduation? Or maybe you are an Energy Professional looking to make a career move. Have you considered becoming a Propane Service Technician? They are in high demand in the Pennsylvania propane industry.
Benefits of Propane Service Technician Careers
- Hands On
Propane Service Technicians are hands on. You’ll be doing everything from setting tanks and running lines to installing and fine-tuning propane appliances and equipment. This is the ideal position for critical thinkers. In addition, you’ll get to work with a wide variety of equipment and people, so every day will be different.
- Desirable Hours
Propane Service Technicians primarily work during their company’s regular business hours. Depending on the employer, this could be 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. or something similar. This means you have the opportunity to spend evenings and weekends as you choose.
- Strengthen Your Community, Protect the Environment
You’re making a positive impact on your community by keeping families warm, encouraging farms to grow, and helping businesses run smoothly. Propane is not only a safe fuel, it’s an approved clean fuel listed in the 1990 Clean Air Act. Working in the propane industry, you’ll be helping to lower greenhouse gas emissions and leaving a positive impact on the environment.
- Competitive Wages
On average, Propane Service Technicians earn $55,000 per year. And that is just the average! There are many opportunities for income growth as your expertise develops.
- Opportunity for Growth
You will receive in-depth technical and on-the-job training along with instruction in safety and the basics of working with propane. This can lead to opportunities to work with high-tech propane-powered vehicles, installation of large community propane systems, and more!
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