Skilled Trade Jobs Available in the Seattle Area

As one of the premier skilled trades staffing agencies in the region, we are always on the lookout for qualified people in the skilled trades area, whether you are interested in full-time work or temporary jobs in Seattle. We will work with you to learn about your background, skills and interests to find a job that fits with your professional ambitions.

We can give you access to jobs that may not have been advertised. Not only that, when you talk to one of our recruiters, you are getting immediate consideration for the job. When our recruiters recommend you to an employer, you move to the front of the line.

Right now, we have several well-paying openings for skilled tradespeople in the Seattle area.

1. Valve Technician

This person will perform hands-on maintenance, troubleshooting, evaluation and repair of various types of valves, including block valves, PSV/SRV, and pneumatic and electric actuators. The valve technician will perform PSV testing using certified test equipment and handle all of the QA/QC documentation as required by the VR program.

He or she will disassemble, inspect, report on, clean, and reassemble valves and actuators in a workshop or on site. The job also includes machining material and parts with different types of machining equipment. The technician needs to make sure that work and materials used comply with the manufacturer’s specifications. Another job responsibility is reading and interpreting schematics for assembly, repair, and reassembly of valves as needed, including supplying quality documentation. The valve technician also investigates the causes for valve failures and makes recommendations.

2. HVAC Technician

This job entails the installation, maintenance and repair of ventilation and air conditioning systems and equipment. The HVAC technician also identifies maintenance risks on the equipment, diagnoses electrical and mechanical problems for HVAC systems, cleans, adjusts, and repairs systems, as well as performing warranty services. The technician also makes emergency repairs, ensures compliance with appliance standards and the Occupational Health and Safety Act.

The technician should have a knowledge of the advanced principles of air conditioning, refrigeration, and heating, as well as a working knowledge of boiler systems.

He or she should also be able to balance air and water treatment systems with HVAC protocols and read schematics and work plans.

3. Window and Door Installer

The installer does routine window and door installations and removal, working in homes of different shapes, sizes and styles. The person hired for this job will also collect the materials needed for the work, set up work sites, and tear down and clean up work sites in compliance with company guidelines.

Looking for a job in the Seattle area?

If you are looking for employment, contact Opti Staffing. We are one of the best skilled trades staffing agencies in the region. We have a temp agency in Tacoma, Anchorage, Vancouver, Portland, Lake Oswego, and a temp agency in Seattle. Give us a call today.

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