PAINTER II DH
PHOENIX, AZ 85001 US
Shifts: mon-fri 4am-1:30pm 1st
Mon-Th 2pm-1:30am 2nd
Fri-Sat 5am-5:30pm 3rd
Painter II (Gilbert, AZ)
The primary role of the Painter II is to provide all required materials to each department before they are required. Responsibilities will include identifying potential safety hazards, selecting, or mixing the appropriate paint, and reading and interpreting SOPs. In the course of his/her duties, the Industrial Painter will inspect surfaces for contamination prior to coating and identify and employ methods that will reduce exposure to hazardous chemicals from the paint. Other duties may be assigned as needed.
" Tend and operate to equipment used to spray products.
" Body work and remediation of sheet metal prior to and after paint application.
" Prepare and apply stencils, decals, and other decorative items on the finished product.
" Inspect surfaces for contamination prior to application of paint.
" Knowledge of chemical application techniques using specification sheet.
" Paint using spray, pressure pots and SOPs.
" Selecting and mixing the appropriate paint.
" Clean equipment and perform routine maintenance when necessary.
" Comply with company policies and procedures, especially health and safety rules, use of personal protective equipment.
" Other duties as required
" Employee may be required to work in potentially hazardous environments requiring protective equipment.
" Employee may be exposed to dust, hazardous chemicals, and high levels of noise.
" Employee may be exposed to uncomfortable work settings; may have long combinations of standing, crouching, or sitting.
" Repetitive tasks within a fast-paced environment.
" Overtime as required.
" This position requires shop work. When working in the shop, one must exercise caution as this environment presents many naturally occurring and potentially worker-produced hazards. Safety policies must be always adhered to. Appropriate personal protective equipment (i.E., safety glasses, hard-toed safety shoes or boots, etc.) must be always worn where required.
" It is very important that the incumbent of this position can work and communicate with prudence, while effectively managing time, completing tasks, and working safely.
Knowledge, Skills & Abilities:
" Completion of college/vocational or technical training in a related field is an asset.
" Minimum of 5 year's experience working as an industrial painter in a manufacturing setting.
" Ability to perform moderate physical effort working continuously with light weight or frequently with average weight materials.
" Working with drawings, process sheets, specifications, painting instructions.
" Paint in booth, on floor, or product, ladders, and scaffolds.
" Mixes paint to proper viscosity, measure, and epoxy powders, and thins down as required.
" Spray paint various primers, enamels, epoxies, protective compounds
" Clean, wipe up excess paint, remove masking, visually check for runs, shadows, improper coverage, touch up, check paint thickness.
" Clean, maintain spray gun, and paint system.
" Experience with hand tools, paint gauge, spray painting, and appropriate material handling equipment.
" Previous experience painting sheet metal.
" Experience using a spray gun and pressure pot.
" Ability to work independently.
" Able to effectively communicate both verbally and in writing, with an ability to read and interpret SOPs.
" Must be able to carry and move equipment and/or supplies more than 25 pounds.
" Must be able to distinguish colors.
Education and Experience:
" Experience with all safe practices, procedures, and overall processes.