May prepare parts/products for painting and then apply final paint through hand spray technique according to specific guidelines. Job requires use of various hand and power tools (paint guns, sanders, air wrenches, etc.) and some manual handling of materials. Inspects own work and performs some maintenance on painting equipment. May be required to use PC to keep records and will be responsible for keeping a neat work area. Must be team oriented and demonstrate the ability to work well with others. Accountable for completing assigned tasks with high quality and on schedule.




  • Receives parts and/or final product. Operates various hand and power tools to prepare for painting. Tools may include, but are not necessarily limited to, paint guns, grinders, sanders, wire cutters, air wrenches, screwdrivers and/or hand drills.
  • May be expected to learn and perform other departmental processes in support of the overall painting process.
  • Follows specific guidelines and/or procedures and operates hand and power paint equipment to apply protective coating and final paint.
  • Inspects own work prior to leaving work area and makes adjustments as necessary. Ensures final product meets all color and finish requirements.
  • Utilizes computer for departmental information.
  • Performs preventative maintenance and repair of paint equipment as defined in the daily/weekly/monthly checklists.
  • Supports the Company's 5S program in an effort to maintain work area, equipment and supplies in a neat, organized manner.
  • Ensures inventory of required supplies are kept at appropriate levels. Expedites parts as required to meet schedule.
  • Stacks and/or moves completed work by following material handling and safety procedures.
  • Performs related work as assigned.


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