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Responsible for applying various types of primers and topcoats to aluminum details intended for the aircraft and aviation industry.
Inspect details and evaluate the painting work required for the part.
Effectively establish the correct paint for the application as flowed down by shop paperwork.
Mix paints as specified by supplied directions or Technical Data Sheets.
Prepare and perform minor sanding to detail surface before applying paint.
Coat aluminum surfaces with the prescribed epoxy, lacquer, resin or other material before applying the final color coat.
Blend paint pigments in accordance with aircraft specified livery colors
Able to effectively manage time and complete all delegated work within the specified time.
Work in a team and coordinate work functions with fellow workers.
Able to paint effectively on different surfaces and metals
Observe safety regulations and wear protective masks and clothing during spray painting operations.
Change out of booth filter chromate and solvent contaminated paint booth filters.
Other duties as assigned
Education/Certification: High School Diploma or GED
Required Knowledge: Paint guns, techniques, PPE
Experience Required:At least 5 years experience in aircraft painting
Skills/Abilities:Multi-tasking, Communication Skills, Attention to Detail