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Industrial Painter- Fitzgerald



Summary
Sprays interior & exterior of railcars and parts with protective material such as paint, enamel, glaze, gel-coat, or lacquer. Maybe asked to perform other duties as requested or required.

Requirements
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
1. Cleans grease and dirt from product.
2. Applies masking tape over parts and areas that are not to be coated.
3. Selects and mixes coating liquid to produce desired color.
4. Pours coating liquid into spray container and connects gun to airhose.
5. Turns sprayer valves and nozzle to regulate width and pressure of spray.
6. Pulls trigger and directs spray onto work surface to apply prime or finish coat.
7. Treats areas inaccessible to hand sprayer with brush.
8. Cleans spraying equipment and brushes with solvent.
9. Removes rust from metal, wire brush, or steel wool.
10. Ensures that all federal requirements and company guidelines are met, and that all safety rules are followed when performing duties.
11. Complies with FRA & AAR rules when making car repairs.
12. Keeps good record of repairs made.
13. Performs other duties as assigned.
14. Must be able to wear Tyvek suit and paint under fresh air hood
Education and/or
Experience:
High school education or general education (GED) or 3 to 6 months job-related experience; or equivalent of education and experience.
Physical Demands:
o Must be able to use airless spray equipment.
o Must be able to climb and balance well enough to climb ladders and/or cars 10% of time.
o Must be able to hear well enough to distinguish warning sounds or verbal instructions above loud noises 100% of time.
o Must be able to reach with hands and arms and or use fingers to feel handle 100% of time.
o Must be able to stoop, bend, kneel, and lift at all times.
Physical Dimensions:
The employee is regularly required to exert up to 75 pounds of force; and/or up to 100 pounds of force frequently and in excess of 100 pounds of force occasionally.
Work Environment:
While performing the essential functions of this job, the employee is regularly exposed to loud noise, moving machinery parts, outdoor weather conditions and elements, airborne particles and fumes from paint and thinner.

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