Butler Weihmuller Katz Craig, LLP
Position Aircraft Painter - M10 (Fri - Sun) 2nd shift
Location Wichita, KS 32825
Duration 4-6 weeks Contract
Pay Rate $40- $50 (w2)
Shift Fri - Sun 2:00pm - 2:00am
Start Date Friday 05/11/18 7am
1. Perform process activities including, e.g., painting, metal etching, metal polishing of aircraft details, heat treating, engraving, shot peening, sand blasting, wire assembling/fabrication, decal/metalcals and metal processing, etc. to support the production requirements.
2. Qualified to set-up and test electrical/mechanical/ hydraulic/pneumatic assemblies and components.
3. Spray and brush priming.
4. Perform hand finishing operations typical of the following: blending of multiple adjacent MDD surfaces into engineering tolerances and/or perform transition work to bring detail parts in accordance with engineering tolerances.
2 years of experience
12 hour shifts on Fri - Sun
2:00 PM - 2:00 AM
4-6 week long project
-START DATE: Need to be in Wichita, KS at 7:00 am on this Friday 05/09 for training/certifications.
Must be clean shaven - if moustache then it must not be outside their upper lip. Have to have this (required) for respirator training.
*** Industrial Painter may have the experience to do the job.
Please send qualified resume to Daniel ******************** Please write JOB ID # 54016 on subject line of email.
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