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Painters and Varnishers in Aviation (m/f/x)

Last updated: 2021-09-13
Valid to: 2021-11-13
Job Role:
Maintenance Repair Operations, Other
Location:
Germany
Type:
Contract
Job description

As a leading provider of HR services, turnkey industry solutions and innovative organisational concepts, ARTS supports various high-tech companies worldwide every day. In challenging projects, outstanding personalities and experts from all industries work with passion to successfully drive innovation today. You too can get off to a new start together with us.

Have you always had a soft spot for painting and are passionate about your job? Then join the team of our customer in Hamburg and convince there as Painter and Varnisher in aviation.

Task Description

  • Preparation of work such as sorting of work and operating materials at the workplace.

  • Painting of aircraft components such as the engine casings and assemblies, including preparation and post-processing of the components

  • Carrying out all work in accordance with production specifications and documents

  • Control of all equipment and tools used in the paint shop area

  • Compliance with occupational safety and accident prevention regulations in accordance with specifications

Requirements

Requirements

  • Completed training as a painter, painter, process mechanic for coating technology

  • Alternatively in another occupational field with job-relevant experience

  • Work experience as a painter / spray painter in the aviation industry

  • Confident handling of MS Office

  • Sound knowledge of German and English

  • Willingness to work shifts

  • Flexible team player with a sense of responsibility

Services

  • Above-average and performance-related pay

  • Above-tariff bonuses and allowances

  • Special annual payments

  • Personal, on-site support

  • Company pension plan with employer subsidy

  • Extensive training and continuing education opportunities

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