Painter Lead Duties and Responsibilities
Purpose of Classification:
the work of journey level Painters and Trades Helpers and
participates in the repair, maintenance, and inspection of journey
level crafts projects.
second in a series of four classifications. This classification
typically reports to an Assistant Supervisor.
Examples of Duties:
- Assigns and inspects the work of Painters and Trades
Helpers; initiates corrective action to secure satisfactory
standards and timely project completion.
- Plans and develops work schedules, equipment usage
schedules, and procedures for equipment maintenance.
- Maintains time, payroll, and material records, and submits
- Determines material and labor estimates.
- Participates in maintenance, repair, and installation duties
in the trades.
- Participates in analysis of product health and environmental
hazards as stated on legally required manufacturers Materials
Safety Data Sheets to ensure application of materials as
appropriate to area of installation.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
- Knowledge of the tools, equipment, and materials common to
- Knowledge of all applicable codes, standards, and
- Knowledge of life equipment operation, hazardous materials
handling safety procedures, asbestos abatement, and scaffold
- Skill in repair and maintenance of painting assignments
common to the trade.
- Skill in estimating time and material requirements for work
Completion of a three year federally approved technical training
program in painting AND one and one half years of painting
experience; OR, Seven years of progressively responsible painting
experience; OR, Any equivalent combination of experience and/or
education from which comparable knowledge, skills and abilities have
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