Auto Body Paint Prepper

Make every paint job a masterpiece. Be a wizard.

 

Automotive Paint Prepper to prepare vehicles for the painting process. This person can also be mentored by a senior paint technician and learn the automotive paint process.

Job Responsibilities:

  • Wash vehicles to remove dirt, oil, grease and debris from painted surfaces.
  • Locate and remove imperfections on panels prior to painting.  Treat scratched and chipped areas with plastic or liquid filler.
  • Apply paper and masking tape to protect unpainted surfaces, such as bumpers, windows, chrome trim, and other parts while surrounding areas are spray-painted.
  • Tapes the car up using tape, paper and plastic bags so we only paint the parts of the car we intend to paint.
  • Smooth unmasked surfaces with sandpaper removing gloss from previous coats of paint.  Sand rough spots.
  • After vehicle is painted, remove masking tape, and clean vehicle.  Move vehicle to designated area for buffing.
  • Perform other duties as assigned by manager or supervisor, i.e., assist supervisor in training and orienting new employees, perform housekeeping duties, etc.
  • May be required to work overtime (more than 40 hours per week) as business needs dictate.


Qualifications:

  • Must have Body Shop and/or Vehicle Paint /Prepping experience required
  • Valid Driver’s License required. 


Physical Demands: 

Regularly required to stand and walk.  Frequently required to stoop, kneel, crouch, bend, squat and climb.  Ability to lift 1-15 pounds (light hand tools, etc.)  Manual dexterity, repetitive motion tasks. May be exposed to toxic chemicals. Moderate noise levels present.  Respirators or other  protective equipment may be required.  

Benefits:

Benefit  package including medical, dental, vision, disability and life insurance through RBC Extended Health Care and Manual Life RPP. (Registered Pension Plan)

 

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