Hiring

May 19, 2022 THIS IS ABOUT PART TIME SPORADIC WORK THAT CAN PAY YOU WELL AND HAS A STOCK OPTION INCLUDED!

I am in need of  help to fulfill orders for rooftop ventilation fans. You are on my industrial fan site where you can see the details of these high performance machines. Here is a quick look at my work –

My invention – “Hybrid Rooftop Ventilator” – which is in patent pending status – offers the world the highest performance at the lowest energy cost of any rooftop ventilator made ANYWHERE in the world. Proof of that is here – http://inviscoindustrial.com/case-studies/studio-city/
and here – http://inviscoindustrial.com/case-studies/u-of-washington/
You can also see the PREVIOUS world record holder – Edmonds Australia – via the company and web site I created in 2015 here – https://edmondsusa.com/

ABOUT THE WORK

First, I need you to know that if you are hired you will need to be able to store some equipment that will be used in future orders. Here is a picture of some of the equipment.

Ignore all but the aluminum. You can see two turbines at lower right with a cylinder on top and you can see an assembly at lower left on its side. I have one more assembly nearly identical. The diameters are almost exactly 20 inches (the cylinder) and 22 inches (the turbines. They can all be stacked so the space taken is less than 2 feet square by about 70 inches high.

Now, about the work. As you can see, there is a motor mounted on 4 mounts that center it in the cylinder. Installing it is simple – 2 bolts holding each mount to the wall. One steel strap holding the motor in the mounts. Then it needs to be wired. I have detailed pictures and lists of parts.

The louvred hat is also an assembly that is not complicated. The sheet metal is cut by water jet or laser so there are 3 distinct shapes –

  1. is the top plate
  2. is the bottom ring.
  3. is the blade – about 18 spread around.

There are 4 slots for each blade – two in the top plate and two in the ring.

So you need to be able to use a wrench, screwdriver, pliers, wire cutter, wire terminal end crimper, electric drill and a hammer.

YOU DO NOT NEED TO KNOW EVERYTHING. I WILL TEACH YOU IF NEEDED.

Now, I have a helper that charges $25 per hour now and I think that is fair. If you need more, let me know why and I will consider it.

I expect to pay by the hour and will not quibble about time for the first fan you assemble. After that you and I will know more.

I have sold as many as 30 fans some years. I hope to sell at least 20.  If this takes you 6 hours per fan then at $25 an hour or $150 per that would be $3000 cash for you. (Yes, cash – I don’t want to bother with paychecks and withholding, etc.

Now, assuming this business grows and that you continue helping me each year then you will be rewarded with ownership of stock in my company, Invisco LLC. My business plan shows the company to be worth $5,000,000 in 2032. You will get 1/2% ownership in year 2027 (5 years)  worth about .005 times $2,500,000 or $10,000. In year 10 you will get another 1/2% for a total of 1% of 5,000,000 or $50,000 in stock as a bonus.

So to summarize

  1. You need to store material.
  2. You need to be ready to assemble these as orders come in – unpredictable – but not urgent. So you can schedule these assemblies around your steady work so long as they are done in about 2 weeks from date of order. (that is just about 30 minutes a day)
  3. You need to text me very soon to let me know I can consider hiring you – 951 296 3611.
  4. You should call me at that number as well so we can talk about your background.

I look forward to hearing from you!

PS this is going out by text to 12 handymen I have found who work around Prescott AZ. I will be moving to Chino Valley next week and will plan to meet with you if you are interested.