Harvard Integrations Painter in Tea, South Dakota

Prepare and paint custom-ordered and custom-manufactured metal buildings according to specifications, mixing paint as required, using spray guns and other equipment to ensure high quality finish and appearance.Prepare metal surfaces for painting, and paint parts, equipment, interiors, and exteriors of buildings, using brushes, spray guns, sanders, and rollers.Verify correct paint colors by reading building prints and designs.Electrostatic painting experience preferred, but not required.Spray foam insulation and undercoating as required in buildings.Ability to read blueprints, and a tape measure.May operate lifting and moving devices to move materials and equipment and access areas to be painted.Dispose of waste appropriately, and according to safety and OSHA regulations.Immerse parts in solution or wash surfaces to remove grease, rust, scale, and dirt. Mask and cover surfaces not to be painted. Set up and operate painting equipment to coat metal products with lacquer, paint, varnish, enamel, oil, or rust proofing material:Prepare metal surfaces for painting, and paints parts, equipment, interiors, and exteriors of buildings, using brushes, spray guns, sanders, and rollers.Mix chemicals and paints, fill tanks, control viscosity, adding prescribed amounts or proportions of paints, thinner, and chemicals to mixture.Determine flow and viscosity of paints and quality of coating visually or by use of viscometer.Operate spray guns, position nozzles to direct spray onto work piece, and regulate air pressure in spray guns that atomize spray.Verify correct paint colors by reading building prints and designs.Strip, sand, mask, and repaint surfaces, blend and polish finish to match surrounding areas, manually or using portable power tools.Spray foam insulation and undercoating as required in buildings.Place articles or materials in drying racks or container.Spray specified amount or thickness of primer, protective, decorative, or finish coatings, such as paint, lacquer, sealer, or enamel, onto prepared surfaces, using spray equipment. May operate lifting and moving devices to move materials and equipment and access areas to be painted.Clean all equipment and tools, organize and store as required.Dispose of waste appropriately, and according to safety and OSHA regulations. Inspect, recognize and service wearing or defective parts on all paint related equipment.Train new painters in appropriate and safe operation of all equipment and functions in the Paint Department.Work safely without presenting a direct threat to self or others.Perform additional duties as requested. Required skills/experience: Ability to follow verbal and written instructions.Flexibility and ability to work under production pressure.Ability to work in cooperation with other team members.May use a full face ventilation mask for extended periods of time. Willing and physically able to wear a respirator.Must be able to stand on feet for long periods of time, work on ladders at heights and lift up to 100 lbs.Must be able to work in enclosed spaces for extended periods of time.Ability to perform basic math calculations and measurements.Three years of prior industrial painting experience, auto painting may be suitable exp.Additional skills desired:Detail oriented.Forklift certification or ability to obtain certification.Experience in body work such as bonding, repairing dents, scratches, etc