Job Description:
Entry level position.
Performs duties under close supervision.
Performs multiple routine or semi-complex tasks with limited exercise of judgment.
Assists more advanced employees in the performance of high-level work for development and training.
Work is closely monitored and reviewed for accuracy.
Responsible for ensuring that all materials of buildings are painted.
This includes some prepping and sanding.
Essential Functions:
Sands and preps materials that require painting.
Repairs any damages to materials prior to painting.
Mixes paints as per specifications.
Performs roll brush and spray paint jobs.
Maintains equipment and spray paint booth Qualifications: o Must demonstrate basic math skills and the ability to read a tape measure.
o Must be able to follow verbal and written instructions.
o Must demonstrate the ability to brush and roll paints.
o Must demonstrate the ability to use a pressure pot and gravity fed gun.
o Must demonstrate the ability to identify spray guns.
o Must be able to properly clean and maintain spray guns.
PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS: Job requires wearing personal protective equipment, such as protective eyewear, hearing protection, respirator, and steel-toed boots.
Job requires ability to operate miscellaneous hand and power tools such as sanders and grinders.
Exposed to paint fumes while working in paint booth.
Job requires working for long periods of time in a standing position while sanding, prepping, and painting.
Must be able to ascend, descend, and work from a ladder when prepping.
Requires stooping or crouching occasionally to sand, prep, or paint.

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