|Pay Rate: $13.00-18.00/hr
Work Schedule: 2nd shift
• The painter prepares the surface, masks unpainted areas, selects the methods of coating application and provides suitable curing conditions. In addition to modern paint techniques, the painter may work with power coating, non-skid, and other special hull treatments.
• Interpret paint schedules, estimate the amount of materials required, test the grade, viscosity and fineness of the paint, and perform final quality inspections.
• Learn/execute the proper method for applying coatings while maintaining desired MIL thickness.
• Work in a physically demanding environment including confined spaces and heights.
• High school Diploma or equivalent
• 2+ years’ experience spray painting in industrial environment (Shipyard, manufacturing, etc.)
• Successfully completed a technical/vocational program in Carpentry, Construction, Coatings/Auto Body Repair or a similar program and/or have completed related military training.
Familiarity with power tools, hand tools, or chemicals to accomplish cleaning of surfaces prior to applying coating systems.
• Candidates must not be afraid of heights or working in confined spaces. Must be able to kneel, squat, crawl, bend, stoop, and climb.
• Must be able to lift 40 lbs and must take and pass a respirator fit test.
• Must be able to work assigned shift per production needs