Paint Prep Assembler

Bridgeport, NJ 08014

Posted: 09/17/2019 Industry: Manufacturing Job Number: 172586 Pay Rate: $15.00

The Paint Prep/Assembler is also responsible for the re-assembly and decaling of the units and/or accessory equipment following completion of the painting process. Proper preparation will assure paint adhesion and functionality. Proper re-assembly and decaling will assure a complete product meeting production build and /or customer expectations. When not engaged in painting, prepping, or assembly responsibilities, the Paint Prep Assembler will assist in the yard or perform other duties as assigned.

Comply with XDS and OSHA safety standards, procedures and regulations, including daily attendance of safety/tool box meetings. Act as a role model for a safety conscientious environment

Disassemble, remove and store components from equipment (newly fabricated or refurbished)

Mask equipment using tape and masking material in preparation for painting

Power wash, sand, grind and mask equipment being refurbished and repainted

Reassemble and apply vinyl labels in accordance with production and/or customer orders

Move equipment in and out of preparation and paint booth areas using a forklift

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 Ability to use and/or operate basic hand tools (manual and power-driven)

 Auto body, paint shop or vocational technical center experience preferred

 General mechanical aptitude

 Ability and willingness to follow direction and be a team player

 Ability to work independently as needed

 Auto body, paint shop or vocational technical center experience preferred

 Forklift certification preferred

 Physical Demands: (The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.) 

 Standing eight (8) hours per day

 Using full range of physical motions associated with general labor work throughout the eight (8) hours to include walking, bending, squatting, kneeling, twisting, carrying/ lifting and climbing (up to 3 feet)

 Manual lifting and maneuvering up to 50 pounds

 Machine assisted lifting (forklifts/cranes) exceeding 50 pounds

 Work using personal protective equipment

Work Environment: (The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.)

Manufacturing environment; may be exposed to loud noises, changing temperatures, machinery with moving parts and various materials

HKA Enterprises is a global workforce solutions firm. If you're seeking a new career opportunity or project experience, our recruiters will work to understand your qualifications, experience, and personal goals. At HKA, we recognize the importance of matching employee goals with those of the employer. We strive to seek credibility, satisfaction, and endorsement from all of our applicants. We invite you to take time and search for your next career experience with us! HKA is an EEO Employer who participates in the US Citizenship and Immigration Services E-Verify Program.

Rhonda Twitty

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