The Painter Plans, Preps and performs general Painting and refinishing duties throughout the Institute. Each employee is expected to maintain the standard of excellence that the Institute requires.
Employee is responsible for plastering, taping, prepping, painting, staining, finishing, wall and floor tiling, and paper hanging throughout the Institute. Works on furniture and architectural.
• Performs preventive maintenance on all shop equipment used by the trade as required and/or directed.
• Routinely operates large pieces of equipment and manipulate materials such as tile saws, sprayers, scaffolds, and 5 gallon pails, etc. Requires routine use of hand tools that require pushing, pulling, rolling or lifting.
• Adheres to safe working practices as defined by OSHA and EPA.
• Assists outside contractors as required or requested to familiarize them with trade practices or material unique to the Institute. Requires walking, including occasionally on roof tops, the equivalent of up to and above 20’ high.
• Advises supervisor of needed supplies and fills out work orders completely. Provides feedback to customers and supervisor of status of jobs. Maintains work and work area in a clean manner.
• Performs duties common to all departmental and Institute employees and other duties as required.
• This List of essential functions is not exhausted and may be supplemented as necessary.
Education, Training, Experience:
• High School graduate with formal trade school education
• 1-2 years working experience in painting trade
• Must have working knowledge of plastering, taping, prepping, painting, staining, finishing, wall & floor tiling and paper hanging.
• Must be able to read blue prints, labels, follow directions and procedures.
This Position is physically demanding and often requires heavy lifting of materials weighing up to 50lbs., climbing to height above 20’ using ladders, stages and scaffolds. At times the work environment may be extremely hot. Temperatures can range up to +110 F. Position requires considerable work outdoors, on rooftops, in boiler rooms, crawl spaces and confined areas where heat is sometimes 110-120 F. employee may be required to work on different shifts, work schedules and report to various supervisors based upon the needs of the Institute.
Culinary Institute of America - 20 months ago