Maintenance Technician I - Painter
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- Assist with preparing painting schedules, based on preventative care and maintenance of all District buildings.
- Assist with preparing new and old surfaces for paint.
- Assist with mixing paints and protective coatings from base products for interior and exterior painting.
- Apply paint to a variety of exterior and interior surfaces in accordance with industry and trade school guidelines.
- Respond to emergency repair on an as-needed basis.
- Maintain appropriate records for shop and schools.
- Attend in-service meetings.
- Perform other job-related duties as assigned.
- Skilled painter, able to prepare concrete block, wood, and metal surfaces, and apply paint (including stains and related preparations).
- Ability to mix paint and use a variety of painting tools including brushes, rollers, electric sander, paint sprayers, lacquer air sprayer, and power drills.
- Knowledge of safety procedures and ability to maintain a safe working environment.
- Knowledge of English required to read and interpret schedules, memos, instructions on tools and equipment and to communicate with co-workers.
- Ability to bend, carry and lift 50 pounds, climb, kneel, push, and pull 100 pounds, and reach.
- Ability to use the high lift and ladder for poles, building and parking spaces.
- Knowledge of using stencils to paint parking lots and parking spaces.
- Maintains proper color identification on backflows and gas lines.
- Responsible for cleaning and setting up the airless paint sprayer and equipment.
- Removes graffiti.
- Maintains vehicle and track milage daily.
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TITLE: Maintenance Technician I - Painter
CLASSIFICATION: Maintenance Department
REPORTS TO: Maintenance Supervisor with direction from Maintenance Technician II
SUMMARY: The painter will provide painting services for the maintenance and protection of District buildings and equipment. Ensuring compliances are met in accordance with the Arizona Corporation Commission and to maintain a safe learning and working environment.
High school diploma or equivalency.
LICENSES OR CERTIFICATIONS:
Arizona Class 4 driver’s license with good driving record.
Minimum of three years experience related to journeyman work.
The working environment includes exposure to dust, paint odors, extreme seasonal temperatures, and noise and vibration of machinery. Lifting, pushing, pulling, climbing, stooping, kneeling, crouching, and/or crawling and significant fine finger dexterity.
TERMS OF EMPLOYMENT: Twelve-month year, Classified hourly salary schedule , employee benefits in accordance with Board policies.
EVALUATION: Performance to be evaluated in accordance with Board policy on evaluation of classified staff.