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Skilled Trades

We are the leading provider of building technology, products and solutions – controls, equipment and services for HVAC, security, fire and refrigeration.  A career with Johnson Controls is limited only by your interests – there are a number of technical positions where you can explore your interests, expand your skills and develop your career. Tomorrow needs you.

Talent for Tomorrow - Lincoln Tech Partnership

With our continued focus on building a technical workforce for the future, we have launched a partnership with Lincoln Tech to provide expanded career opportunities for their students. 

 

Graduates of Lincoln Tech’s Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC) and Electrical and Electronic Systems Technology (EEST) training programs throughout the country will have the opportunity to pursue careers with Johnson Controls, which will assist Lincoln Tech in recruiting new students for these programs.  We will provide training equipment and sponsor classrooms at 10 Lincoln Tech campuses across the country.

For more information, visit Lincoln Tech.

 

Watch our video with John Eberhardt III, Area General Manager (Midwest) on his experience from starting out in a technical school, to his current role at Johnson Controls.

 

 

 

 

Building Connections Podcast

Listen to our podcast with Rod Rushing, president of Building Solutions, North America, where he discusses the critical need to develop the talent today that we need in the future. He talks about our new partnership with Lincoln Tech and provides his perspective on why partnerships like this are so important for young people, who may not have the awareness about the expanse of potential career opportunities available to them.

HVACR Careers

HVACR stands for heating, ventilation, air conditioning and refrigeration. They’re the systems that control temperature and humidity in buildings, and these systems exist in virtually every building, everywhere. 

Johnson Controls employs thousands of HVACR technician professionals across North America. Becoming a technician is your foot in the door to a financially rewarding career with plenty of advancement opportunities.

Our positions require strong problem solving skills, a mechanical aptitude, and solid verbal and written communication skills.  All of these positions are provided with a professional uniform, work phone, tools required to perform the work and a service vehicle.