Prepare and apply finish coatings to specific quality standards. Complete daily maintenance and follow all preventative maintenance procedures. Must have the flexibility to adjust hours of work and work content.
Operate cone, disk, or nozzle-type electro-static painting equipment to spray negatively charged paint particles onto positively charged work pieces.
Move switches and dials to start flow current and to activate conveyor and paint spraying equipment.
Turn valves and observes gauges to set pressure and to control flow of paint to each spray station.
Adjust thermostat to maintain specified temperature in paint tanks.
Inspect painted units for runs, sags, and unpainted areas.
Readjust pressure valves to control direction and pattern of spray and to correct flaws in coating.
Clean paint from ceiling and walls of booth, conveyor hooks or grid, and from disks, cones, spray heads, and hoses, using solvent and brush.
May hand-spray parts to cover unpainted areas or apply rust preventative.
Experience and Skills:
Ability to lift up to 50 lbs. repetitively
Communicate well with others
Use hands and arms repetitively
Stand up to 10 hours at a time
Work independently or with a team
2 years previous Electrostatic paint experience preferred
This department has set specific requirements for each level within its department for pay levels. Below are the wages for each level.
LEVEL 1 - $12.00-$14.00
LEVEL 2 - $15.00-$17.00
LEVEL 3 - $18.00-$20.00
Mid Career (2+ years)
Number of Openings:
Years of Experience:
2 - 5 Years
Level of Education:
Starting Date :
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