Our client, a well-respected and growing business who specialise in the lightest, highest quality paint finishes available in the automotive / motorsport sectors, are seeking a Composite Paint Technician / Sprayer to join their expanding business.
Working on a broad range of performance cars to repair, prepare, paint, and polish carbon and metal components to high a high standard, the successful candidates will hold the following responsibilities:
Thoroughly clean all components and mask when required.
Inspect components for any damage or imperfection.
Repair any damage, and prepare ready to be primed to required standard, which means removing all dirt, loose paint, all areas keyed up correctly, blow off all dust and re-mask if needed.
Prime components using correct materials, if prepared by someone else check work before applying primer.
Once primed prepare for painting to required standard. The required standard means that you can paint this item with no sanding marks showing through, no bare metal showing through primer. Repairs are finished properly. Blow off all dust and re mask if needed. Check preparation before putting components in the spray booth.
Paint Components using the correct materials and make sure components are toughly degreased and tacked off.
Flat paintwork removing any imperfections and polish to high gloss finish.
Spray different finishes to include high gloss and matte finishes.
Maintain health and safety standards.
Keep all tools and equipment properly maintained.
Candidates will have a minimum of 3 years' experience in paint spraying to a high standard (without supervision), and a preferred experience of working on performance cars.
Our client offers a salary in the region of £22,000 to £28,730 per annum (dependant on experience) and working hours of 8.30am to 5.30pm, Monday to Friday (with overtime at time and half). Candidates must have their own transport given our clients rural location.
- Spray Painting