Searching for Melink HVAC Technicians: It’s Recruiting Season!

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If it’s January, then it’s “Recruiting Season” for Melink T&B Field Service Technicians. Each year, our goal is to source, engage, and win the best technicians to join our national network of HVAC technicians. Becoming a Melink Technician So, what characteristics does it take to become a Melink T&B Field Service Technician?  That answer lies

Meet Krista Rose, Marketing Communications Specialist

Business Unit and Job Title Marketing Communications Specialist What does your job entail? Helping tell Melink’s story. A big focus of my job is content creation for Melink’s blog, website and social media, as well as organizing materials for tradeshows and miscellaneous marketing efforts. What did you do before coming to Melink? I graduated from

Meet Megan Parker, National Account Manager

Business Unit and Job Title Testing & Balancing (T&B) National Account Manager What does your job entail? I “quarterback” and work with a team of five individuals supporting the T&B needs of national accounts including retail chains and restaurant groups. What is your personal philosophy? Treat others the way you’d like to be treated. What

Co-op’s Perspective: My first few weeks…

As a second-year mechanical engineering student from the University of Cincinnati, and a first-time co-op, I didn’t really know what to expect when it came to my role at Melink. I had never heard of Testing and Balancing (T&B) before, and I had very little experience with HVAC systems. However, as I have gotten through

To Own Is To Serve

In 2010, Melink started a friendly competition called the “Good to Great Awards”, inspired by Jim Collins’s book “Good to Great: Why Some Companies Make the Leap… and Others Don’t”.  The goal was to challenge employees to give their best, be innovative and make Melink a great company and sustain our goals year over year. 

Employee Ownership Month

The ESOP Association and its member companies celebrate Employee Ownership Month every October.  An employee stock ownership plan (ESOP) is a benefit plan that gives workers ownership interest in their company.  The employees do not buy the stock, there is no cost to the employees, and it is not a part of their compensation plan. 

Meet Katherine Moeller, Account Coordinator

Business Unit and Job Title T&B, Account coordinator What does your job entail? My job entails coordinating sites that are ready to be scheduled, entering orders, beginning to quote jobs, coordinating night work, and helping technicians with issues they run into onsite. What is your personal philosophy? A philosophy I believe in is leaving the