Position is responsible for daily coating operations and applications as indicated by customer and industry specifications. Candidate is expected to:
Work various shifts to include overtime and weekends.
Demonstrate skill to use, operate, and maintain an air-fed helmet and/or soft hood air-fed respirator and a negative-pressure half-face respirator.
Exhibit ability to quality for operation of a JLG and fork truck.
Work in confined spaces and at various heights.
As a team member for Marine Specialty Painting, a Spray Painter ensures success by:
Independently setting up and connecting airless and plural pump painting equipment including adjustment of nozzles on the spray guns to obtain the proper dispersion of the spray.
Functioning in a physically demanding environment; crawling, kneeling, climbing vertical ladders.
Understanding blueprints, specifications, and blueprints determining operating conditions.
C14 qualification candidates must have the ability to operate the plural pump and all associate components for 2-part epoxy application.
Individual holds a current, C12 or C14 (if plural components) certification from the Society of Protective Coatings (SSPC)
Ability to satisfy hands-on testing as witnessed by MSP QA Mgr. Testing will include setup, spraying a mock-up plate with appendages, and cleanup. QA will assess the coating IAW Standard Item requirements. Test for C14 will evaluate paint mixing/setup at the plural pump.
Three (3) or more years of demonstrated experience in applying marine coating of epoxy, high solid epoxy, and non-epoxy paints.