•Utilize paint shop practice including reading blueprints, color charts, and basic measurements.
•Apply insignia and lettering, using stencils, templates, or free hand.
•Work with all finishing material including primer, lacquers, enamels, synthetics, and match colors as required for model work, and rework of painted aircraft in accordance with specifications.
•Spray and brush paint primer and finish coats on aircraft, aircraft assemblies, parts, rotor blades, tools, and equipment.
•Work to shop orders, specifications, and verbal instruction. May be required to perform interior and exterior finishing, and paint small parts.
•Prepare parts for painting by cleaning and masking.
•Apply sealing compound, stenciling, and touch up painted surfaces. Apply dope and finish coats to fabric-covered parts, and maintain automatic and hand paint-spraying equipment.
•Use all tools, materials, equipment, measuring instruments.
•Perform work in accordance with oral or written instructions and in conformance with Company standards of safety, workmanship, and good housekeeping practice.
•Must have a high school diploma or higher.
•Must be able to work 2nd shift.
•Must have the ability to read and understand blueprints.
•Automotive or body shop painting background.
•Attended a vocational school.
High School Diploma or Accredited GED.
FULL TIME/SECOND SHIFT
WORK HOURS: 1:30 PM - 10:00 PM
Employment will be contingent on clearing a drug screen and background check. Both must clear prior to start date.