$23.12-$32.91 Hourly / $4,007.47-$5,704.40 Monthly / $48,089.60-$68,452.80 Yearly
Rebuilds, replaces and repairs automotive and truck bodies and accessories; replaces glass, removes dents, and straightens door panels, quarter panels, fenders, and hoods with hammers and fender irons; cuts away bent and damaged body parts; grinds, discsands, saws worn and rusted parts; lays out and fabricates parts; welds breaks and fractures and fills holes with body solder or repairs with plastic.
Mixes paint; brushes and spray paints a wide variety of automotive equipment and parts; sands rough and rusted spots; masks out areas to remain unpainted with masking tape; applies primers, fillers and paints; rubs and buffs painted area after drying and removes masking; applies undercoating; stripes and paints serial numbers and insignia on municipal equipment.
Operates and maintains shop and light mechanical equipment; operates lightweight automotive equipment.
Accurately records time and information on work performed in the Fleet Information System.
Performs related work as required.
Working knowledge of: principles, methods, material, tools, and equipment used in automotive body and fender rebuilding and repairing, as well as in metal and fiberglass fabrication and repair; processes and equipment involved in preparing automotive and other equipment for painting; techniques and equipment used in spray and brush painting; occupational hazards and appropriate safety precautions.
Ability to: rebuild and repair automotive bodies; prepare bodies for painting and mix and apply paint; establish and maintain effective working relationships with others; follow oral and written instructions; perform duties requiring physical strength and endurance.
Skill in: use and care of the tools and equipment utilized in automotive body and fender rebuilding, repairing and painting work; mixing and matching paints and applying and finishing by brushing and/or spraying; operating light and medium automotive equipment.