Job Summary:

The Painter, Automotive is responsible for preparing and painting tactical & non-tactical equipment/components in support of Army Chemical Agent Resistant Coating, Camouflage, and Marking (CARC) Program at Fort Bragg.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

Mixes and applies various types and colors of paints to interior and exterior surfaces of equipment to include, but not limited to, single color and camouflage pattern painting of chemical agent resistant coating (CARC) in accordance with AR 750-1, TM 43-0139, TB 43-0209, and local directives.

Coats surfaces and motor vehicles such as automobiles, buses, and trucks with paint, lacquer, epoxy, resin or other material, using brushes, rollers, spray guns and other devices; removes old paint from vehicle, using liquid paint remover and scraper, and smooths surface with sandpaper and steel wool.

Cuts stencils and applies letters, numbers, insignias, unit designators, and other markings.

Roughens aluminum surfaces with acid solution and steel wool to ensure that paint adheres to the surface, mask and cover portions of surfaces not to be painted, paint vehicle or specified portion of vehicle and may paint insignia, letters or numerals on vehicle surface using stencils.

Operates and maintains all Material Maintenance Division (MMD) paint booths and breathing air machines in accordance with OSHA 29 cfr 1910-107, ar 200-1.

Performs other duties as assigned to meet organizational/operational objectives.

Job duties and responsibilities may change due to contractual requirements.

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