JPW Structural Contracting located in Syracuse, NY is currently seeking to add a Qualified Industrial Painter to join their team! Immediate opening available, wages will depend on experience. Position is Monday - Friday, 6:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. with 1/2-day optional Saturdays.
JPW Companies is the leading New York State AISC Certified Steel Fabricator and Erector, and is seeking to fill an opening we have at our Syracuse, NY Structural Steel Fabrication Facility.
Health, dental, vision, life, & 401(k) plan are among the many benefits offered.
Please include any relevant certifications in your application.
To accomplish their primary goal of painting and coating surfaces, Industrial Painters perform many tasks. We analyzed several job listings to identify these core industrial Painter duties and responsibilities.
Clean and Prepare Surfaces
Industrial Painters must first prepare the surface they are going to paint. If there are previous finishes on the surface, they remove them using masking, grit blast or chemical rinse. Then, they clean and smooth the surface and let it dry before painting.
Before starting a job, Industrial Painters prepare the paint they will use. They use measurement equipment such as viscosity cups, thickness gauges and gloss gauges to check the makeup of the paint, and use their understanding of chemistry to mix the appropriate compounds for the job.
Painters use a variety of techniques and tools to paint surfaces. They may use spray equipment, airbrushes, stencils, rollers or brushes. Industrial painters must choose the best tool for the job at hand. They paint on primers, pre-finishes and finishing coats. Some Industrial Painters must use special safety equipment such as self-contained suits or protective eye wear.
Clean Work Areas
Industrial Painters clean up the area after they have finished a job. They must carefully follow all guidelines for the safe handling and disposal of hazardous chemicals and waste.
Industrial Painters are responsible for maintenance of their painting equipment, some of which is quite technical. They must be able to troubleshooting any problems that the equipment may have.
Starting Wage will DOE
Take a walk around our 100,000sq.ft. AISC Certified Fabrication facility and you’ll quickly realize our emphasis is on quality craftsmanship and efficiency. You’ll find a department for every fabrication need. From the in house milling and machining department, to our burn tables and waterjet, to the new Peddinghaus Steel processing system, and our separate Stainless Steel Fabrication Facility. Between our Blasting Facility and our AISC Certified Paint booth, you’ll be hard pressed to find a more qualified setup. JPW’s Fab Shop is full of state of the art techniques and equipment, with skilled employees putting it all to use daily. Our bays are all equipped with 2 10-ton overhead cranes to provide us with the capability to tackle even the largest jobs. Our facility also includes an in-house detailing department utilizing the most up to date and innovative software available, giving JPW the edge when it comes to complex projects.
JPW Fabrication Specialties include but are not limited to the following:
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