General Summary Overview Statement
Under general supervision, prepares surfaces and applies paint to interior and exterior surfaces throughout hospital facilities and satellites. Responsible for snow removal as needed.
Principal Duties and Responsibilities
1.Receives daily work assignments from Foreman or Assistant Foreman. Reviews work site, planning work process.
2.Prepares work area, moving furniture, assures adequate ventilation, masks around areas being painted, and spreads drop cloths to protect flooring. Mask or remove hardware.
3.Prepares surfaces for painting using sandpaper, wire brushes, cleaning solvents. Compounds defects in wall surface and drywall finish as necessary.
4.Selects appropriate paint, water base, low VOC correct color and quantity, etc.
5.Applies paint and enamel to interior and exterior surfaces, trim, furniture, wood, brick and metal, using paint brushes and/or rollers.
6.Works from step ladders and on staging for certain jobs.
7.Cleans work area upon completion of painting. Replaces furniture. Cleans equipment, brushes, etc.
8.Occasionally hangs or repairs wallpaper.
9.Completes daily record of jobs completed & charge out via IPad for services rendered.
10. Is subject to call at any time for emergency repairs to hospital facilities.
11. Occasionally will assist carpenters.
12. Performs other duties as assigned.
Complete daily charge back for worked hours via IPad.
Skills and Abilities
1.Requires interpersonal skills necessary to maintain productive working relationships with other groups within the department.
2.Walks, climbs, ladders and staging, lifts paint, pushes furniture and equipment truck.
3.Ability to maintain written records, read and understand work orders and written warning labels.
4.Work requires the ability to lift lumber, doors and heavy times (over 70 lbs) regularly.
5.Must be physically able to use a respirator.
1.High School grad or equivalent; Knowledge of painting techniques, tools, and materials expected of an incumbent with between three and five years of experience.
2.Ability to maintain written records and read and understand work orders and written warning labels. Must be able to measure ingredients by volume to mix paints, thinners, etc.
3.Physical ability to manipulate painting tools and to walk, climb, bend, stoop and push. Must be able to work more than half of day from a ladder.