My first job there was to repair doors that had scratches and dents in them after paint. It was a simple enough job, just sand and repaint. The difficult part was the amount of doors you had to do. I would say on average there was 10 doors that needed to be repaired at any given time, not a job suitable for only one person. Then 7 weeks into my employment they trained me on prepping doors for paint, which included sanding, checking for dents, and cleaning with acetone. Within two weeks I had become very good at finding door errors, and just short of average speed. The next week I hit had my 90 day review, they said the average was 5 doors prepped per hour, and my average was 4.5. They let me go because I was slightly below average speed, even though I only had 3 weeks experience, while others had several months.
Exellent Pay, Insurance Discounts
Dark enviroment, around fiberglass, High expectations.