Auto Body Repair Technician/ Painter who employs a strong work ethic and the latest technology to every repair/paint project. Employs great communication skills and ensures safety measures are taken, while focusing on quality, in order to provide excellent results for customer satisfaction.
Repair or replace Heavy Duty truck damaged body parts back to Pre-Accident Condition with factory and dealership specifications. Quality repair to meet or exceed the original factory fit and finish, with end result being an invisible repair.
Perform initial tear-down of vehicle
Weld aluminum, work with Bondo and fiberglass, frame experience, straighten / repair damaged panels and heavy frame rails as necessary
Basic knowledge of truck manufacturer's repair process
Remove and replace sheet metal, glass and cosmetic parts as necessary
Removes upholstery, accessories, electrical and hydraulic parts to gain access to vehicle body parts
Follow company procedures in applying under-coating, corrosion protection, seam sealer, weld through primer, and lubricants
Complete a parts review for accuracy prior to beginning repairs
Re-assemble painted vehicle and painted parts
Review each repair order, work order, and Estimator's notes to understand
All repairs completed according to the documentation on the repair order or the supplement repairs needed prior to beginning work on the vehicle
Wears all Safety Equipment: Eyes / Goggles / Hands / Gloves / Face Shields / Lungs / Respiratory / Dust Masks. Follows all Safety Measures Personal and Environment
Maintains a 100% quality rate (0% come backs)
Works with team members to achieve target delivery dates
Notifies Foreman of any incorrect parts immediately
Notifies the Production Manager or Estimator of any repair add-ons to supplement
Identifies parts for cut-in and edging
Identifies and return all unused parts to the Parts Coordinator
Uses time clock for proper work order billing
Complies with all safety standards and programs
Reports any equipment problems or failures to management immediately
Maintains a safe, clean, and organized workspace
Refers to Technical Process Manual for detailed procedures and explanations.
Prepared all aircraft for painting by cleaning, stripping and sanding prior to painting. Administered mixing and application of paint in various quantities. Application of primers, production paint processes, touch-ups, special techniques, multi-color applications, sealers, top-coats and finishes according to F.A.A. regulations. Operated various types of paint spraying and stencil equipment, as well as managed painting associate equipment, such as scaffolding. Ensured accuracy and compliance, according to engineer specifications from blueprints, of all painting activities. Maintained neat, clean, organized work area at all times.
Performed body and frame repair, sheet meal work (including T-111 aluminum), and prep and paint work for a fleet of 1600 tractor-trailer trucks.
Performed body and frame repairs, as well as prep and paint work.
Automotive mechanics/ body and frame repairs/ prep and paint work.
Automotive body/frame work/ collision repair.
Owned and operated a full-service automotive body work/paint shop, performing auto-body work, collision repair, standard and custom paint work for multi-level clientèle, including a very well-known dealer of restored classic cars.
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