Aircraft Painter-Mayport-Jacksonville, FL
Removes and restores protective coating on aircraft and equipment surfaces and performs corrosion control tasks required to ensure durability and specified appearance. Removes old paint from aircraft surfaces using liquid paint remover and scraper. Inspects for and treats corrosion. Smoothes surface with sandpaper and steel wool. Roughens aluminum surfaces with acid solution and steel wool so paint adheres to surface. Masks and covers portions of surfaces not to be painted. Coats surfaces of aircraft or equipment with paint, lacquer, epoxy, resin or other material using spray guns and other devices. Applies surface markings, paints insignia, letters and numerals on aircraft using stencils or decals. Uses personal protective equipment such as air-supplied respirators, rubber gloves and other devices. Follows technical manuals, safety procedures, OSHA and EPA guidelines to preclude personal injury or environmental damage.
Must have a minimum of three (3) years experience.
Completion of military technical training or comparable civilian trade school is desired. Must be certified to perform Plastic Media Blast (PMB) if task requires that process. Must be certified to perform specific tasks listed in L-3 Vertex Aerospace Contract Field Services Standard Operating Procedures Manual, if required to perform those tasks.
US Security Clearance Required
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