Painter

    Dec 16 2017
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    Painter 1

    Production painter I is an entry level position for an individual with virtually no experience working in a paint department and/or performing painting duties.  This position will require verbal or written guidance for all/most daily job tasks until experience level builds.  This position will involve painting only component parts until skills are developed.   Within 6-9 months of experience, the employee should be able to perform most job tasks with little supervision.    

    •    Applying required paints and/or primers on component parts;
    •    Mixing paints and performing viscosity checks;
    •    Maintenance/cleaning of booth and paint equipment;
    •    Minor equipment repairs of paint gun, pumps, and equipment;
    •    Wipe down or blow down parts when required;
    •    Visually inspect parts for defect, rework, or other potential flaws before and after painting;
    •    Using a wet film gage to determine proper coverage;
    •    Performing water break test;
    •    Moving parts into and out of paint booth;
    •    Logging into computer and recording time accurately for each job;
    •    Verifying counts on all parts entering and leaving the department;
    •    Creating move tickets;
    •    Operate lifting and moving devices in order to move equipment or materials so that areas to be painted are accessible. 
    •    Adhere to quality assurance procedures and processes and maintain a safe working environment;
    •    Must be medically able to pass health requirements to be permitted to work in paint area;
    •    Typically reports to Production Painter IV and/or Paint Supervisor.

    Painter II
    Production Painter II is a position for an individual who has already demonstrated Production Painter I skills.  This individual is able to perform basic painting duties independently, but will require additional mentoring and supervision to learn additional job duties.  Within 6-9 months of experience, the employee should be able to perform most job tasks with little supervision.
    •    All the requirements of Production Painter I;
    •    Has a minimum of one year documented work history performing Production I duties;
    •    Advanced equipment troubleshooting of paint gun, pumps, and equipment (i.e. gun rebuilds, etc.);
    •    Applying final coats to more complex products assemblies (i.e. trailer final coats, etc.);
    •    Calibrating and using inspection gages to self-audit own work;
    •    Taking blast profile measurements in order to make adjustments to coatings thickness;
    •    Identifying and correct pint defects (i.e. fish eyes, sags, dry spray, etc.);
    •    Repairing and blending paint repair areas;
    •    Perform minor touchup and repair work using paint guns, orbital sanders, and related tools;
    •    Identifies process improvements;
    •    Adjust controls to speed the drying of parts between coats;
    •    Paint by hand areas that cannot be reached with a spray gun, or those that need retouching, using brushes. 
    •    Typically reports to Production Painter IV and/or Paint Supervisor.

    Painter III
    •    All the requirements of Production Painter II;
    •    Has a minimum of one year documented work history performing Production II duties;
    •    Lay out logos, symbols, or designs on painted surfaces, according to blueprint specifications, using measuring instruments, stencils, or patterns;
    •    Final coating complex assemblies to a high lever finish (i.e. free of dry spray, etc.);
    •    Typically reports to Production Painter IV and/or Paint Supervisor.

    Painter IV

    •    All the requirements of Production Painter III;
    •    Has a minimum of one year documented work history performing Production III duties;
    •    Paint high quality finishes to parts and assemblies;
    •    Mix paints to match color specifications or vehicles' original colors;
    •    Typically reports to the Paint Supervisor.

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