Apply coats of paint, varnish, stain, enamel etc. to provide a finished product utilizing the necessary equipment. Vinyl Wall Covering Installation experience is a plus. An ability to work with others and receive instructions from a supervisor is required. All work should be completed in a clean and safe manner.
Each day, 99% of the time is spent between standing and walking. There is frequent (8 hours or more) twisting, stooping/bending, climbing ladders/scaffold, walking on uneven ground and working at heights of 12′ (or more) above ground. There is also occasional (3-4 hours) squatting, kneeling and climbing stairs. Less than 1 hour per day is spend crawling.
An average of 1-25 pounds is lifted and carried between 7-8 hours each day and 25-120 pounds is listed and carried between 5-6 hours per day. The heaviest weight lifted while standing in place, or carried from one place to another, is scaffold weighing approximately 100 pounds. It is estimated that paint is lifted and/or carried 5 or more times per day. Paint is in full 5 gallon buckets weight approximately 50 pounds.
The individual weights of the most frequently used materials and equipment that require lifting and carrying are as follows:
It is estimated that reaching above shoulder height, at shoulder height and below shoulder height are all done 3-4 hours per day.
It is imperative to have the ability to safely and competently operate the following tools and equipment: Airless sprayers, conventional sprayers, drills, scaffold, ladders and scissor lift. A good sense of balance is also needed for use of the scaffold, ladders and scissor lifts.
The education/training required must include 2 years Vo-Tech training or the 4 year apprenticeship program. Problem solving skills to overcome obstacles during the process of the job and a good aptitude for math are also required.
Should an applicant be hired for the above position, he/she must be a union member, in good standing, within two weeks of hire.
Common Links is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer