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Preservation Manager

Preservation Manager’s Essential Roles and Responsibilities: Assign duties to staff to meet daily production needs Train blasters and painters in the proper use of machinery, tools and equipment Keep current with SSPC requirements and hold various certifications Observe blasters and painters to ensure that safety is maintained at all times Understand how to safely operate blast pots and offer appropriate guidance Able to set-up and run pressure wash equipment, hoses and lines Troubleshoot and perform minor field repairs on equipment Demonstrate knowledge of marine coat application Frequently work with other managers to accomplish a project Clearly communicate to contractors and staff as they apply to bid specifications

Category: Marine Painter


Information
NOTE: The following description is a GENERAL Overview of this career and not a description of a particular job posting.

Marine Painters are skilled in the craft of covering various vessel surfaces, both interior and exterior, with protective coatings using brushes, spray guns, and rollers. Many kinds of paints/coatings are used as protection of steel, wood, fiberglass, and other surfaces from rust and corrosion, and protection of the underwater portion of vessels against the attachment of marine life. Painters must know the proper surface preparations, the best coating to use for each purpose and the accepted application techniques to obtain the desired results.

A Marine painter's typical duties include:
- Preparing the surface (by sanding, blasting, cleaning, etc.)
- Removing old coatings using chemicals
- Applying primers and finish coats
- Providing quality wood finishing
- Tinting paints
- Spray painting (indoors and outdoors)
- Sign work ( such as cutting stencils, hand lettering, silk screen lettering, etc.)
- Poster work (design and lay out)
- Graining, marbling, and flocking
- Gold and aluminum leaf application
- Estimating the quantity and type of coating needed, and the required amount of labor for each task

Marine Painters must also be familiar with, and trained in, the proper use of respiratory protection equipment such as respirators and other breathing devices.
Education
Typically, Marine Painting careers require a high school diploma.
Qualifications
Typically, the ideal Marine Painting candidate will posses:
- Previous job experience, particularly in a maritime setting
- Basic trade knowledge, such as the use of job related tools and equipment
- A strong work ethic (flexible, reliable, and punctual)

Company Information

Fairlead
650 Chautauqua Avenue
Portsmouth, VA 23707
Phone: 7573284924

Application Information

650 Chautauqua Avenue
Portsmouth, VA 23707
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