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Job ID: 11058725
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Job Title:Paint Prepper
Work Type:Work Days: Weekdays, Saturday, Sunday, Work Vary: Yes , Shift: First (Day), Hours Per Week: 40, Work Type: Regular
Salary Offered:Unspecified
Benefits:401(k) or other retirement, Dental Insurance, Health Insurance, Holidays, Vacation or PTO, Vision Plan
Physical Required:Unspecified
Drug Testing Required:Yes
Education Required:High School Diploma/GED
Experience Required:0 Months
Required Skills:

High School Diploma or GED

Follows all safety and compliance regulations

Willing to work over 40 hours per week

Must be able to pass pre-employment background check and drug screen
Preferred Skills:

1+ year(s) of experience in an assembly or mechanical occupation

Enjoys working in a team environment

Experience using hand tools
Job Description:

Performs a wide variety of tasks in support of manufacturing/production of concrete mixer and refuse truck parts and bodies. Responsible for preparing parts and equipment for paint including removing previously applied paint, cleaning and degreasing, smoothing surfaces and protecting unpainted surfaces by masking. These duties require strong attention to detail to adequately prepare the trucks for the next stage in the high-quality manufacturing process.


1. Wash, clean, and wipe down vehicles to be painted

2. Remove and replace all components as required for painting and sanding

3. Mask, paper or grease components when appropriate

4. Operate necessary equipment (dual action hand sander, electric lifts, etc.)

5. Use basic hand tools and other small power tools associated with equipment and prep work prior to painting operations

6. Perform minor bodywork and maintain condition of vehicle or component through the entire paint process

7. Train and work in various areas of production in response to production demands

8. Identification, safe handling, and appropriate disposal of materials

9. Follow verbal and written work instructions

10. Attention to detail necessary to adhere to quality standards

11. Maintain a safe and clean work environment by complying with procedures, rules, and regulations

12. Regular attendance required

13. All other duties and responsibilities that are assigned

14. Per 40 CFR 265.16(d)(1-3) - This position requires initial training within 6 months and annual thereafter as a hazardous waste handler as required by the EPA RCRA hazardous waste rules.

15. Responsible for and trained to understand waste hazards, storage time limits, satellite accumulation, marking, labeling, weekly inspections, aisle space, storage, manifest shipping, use and location of emergency equipment, response to spills and fires, evacuation routes, etc.

Refer to ID 184337 when applying