Industrial Painter I
Under close supervision of the Protective Coating Supervisor and/or Industrial Painter III, participates in a variety of industrial coating work for the execution of the Protective Coating Maintenance Program for Authority facilities. Provides general maintenance support as necessary.
Participates in a variety of industrial coating work applied to furniture; fixtures; equipment; hydrants; treatment, pumping, storage and maintenance facilities; and equipment in vaults by:
- Preparing industrial and other surfaces for protective coating through the use of abrasives, grinding, sanding, scraping and solvents.
- Mixing, matching and applying protective coatings to a variety of surfaces including wood, steel and concrete structures utilizing brushes, rollers and conventional and airless spray methods.
- Maintaining safety measures on all phases of protective coating activities.
- Erecting and inspecting scaffolding, power hanging stages and ladders for compliance with safety regulations.
- Periodically driving Authority vehicles to and from work sites.
- Operating a variety of tools and equipment to include: sand blasters, needle guns, grinders, wire brushes, scrapers, spray pumps, rollers, power tools and other equipment.
- Utilizing safety equipment to include: respirators, helmets and goggles.
- Entering time and materials in SAP.
Provides general maintenance support as necessary by:
- Performing simple carpentry, plumbing and electrical maintenance.
- Performing concrete and masonry structural repair.
Performs other duties as assigned or required.
- Graduation from high school.
- Minimum of one year residential, commercial or industrial painting experience.
- Knowledge of the methods, materials and tools used by industrial painters preferred.
- Must be able to perform simple carpentry, plumbing and electrical maintenance.
- Ability to carry out oral and written instructions.
- Demonstrated ability to establish and maintain effective relationships with co-workers, supervisors and the general public.
- Working knowledge of Microsoft Office applications and ability to use an Enterprise Management System (EMS).
- Must pass a controlled substance (drug) test for employment. This position is also subject to random testing after hire.
- Possession of a valid driver's license and good driving record.
- Must be prepared to report to work on a regular basis at any of the Fairfax Water work sites requiring painting.
- Perform manual physical work, including lifting 100 pound bags of sand.
- Perform work in enclosed areas such as vaults and to climb and work from ladders and scaffolds.
- Must be able to distinguish colors.
A Drug-Free Workplace