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Quality Coatings of Virginia inc. is looking for a qualified paint supervisor with supervisory and spray/touch up paint experience to join our team. C-12 or C-14 certification is preferred. This position requires a solid understanding of paint Coating systems and application processes. Skills and Education • Manage, Supervise, and direct the day-to-day efforts of the spray and touch up painters. • 85-90% of the time will be spent aboard ship. • Ensure that all work done on the vessel and In-house is completed on time, on budget, and to the contract quality standards. • Inform staff of expectations and provide clear and consistent direction. • Provide training to new employees concerning equipment and procedures. • Maintain the right mix of skilled and semi-skilled employees working to the keep the dollar cost as low as possible. • Provide ample notice of manpower needs and changes to management. • Manpower scheduling and maintenance, to include controlling overtime hours. • Hold each employee accountable for the established goals and check their progress to those goals on a frequent basis. • Keep track of and minimize material costs, mainly job materials. • Evaluate the necessity and progress of permanent and temporary employees. This Position Requires the Ability to: • Communicate effectively and in a positive manner with co-workers, customers, quality and safety personnel. • Complete Daily Quality, Production and Safety Documents. • Pass physical and drug screen. • Pass a Criminal background to access Military Bases. • Maintain a valid driver’s license and reliable transportation. • Work at heights greater than 15 ft elevation. Minimum Previous Experience: • High School diploma • Must be Eligible for DBids • Minimum of seven (7) years shipboard experience with the marine paint and preservation trade. • Previous supervisory responsibilities required. • Knowledge of and ability to use hand tools and instruments with the trade. • JLG experience preferred. Minimum additional Certifications/ Training: • C-12 or C-14 Certified • NBPI or NACE certification desired.