Aircraft Spray Painter

AIRCRAFT SPRAY PAINTERS REQUIRED

Reference Number: SPIAC-1116

Reference Number: SPIAC-1116

Salary: TBC

Job Type: Full-time

Position: Aircraft Spray Painter

Base: Dublin, Shannon, and Ostrava Airports

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*Please read through the requirements needed to apply for this position below.

This role is responsible for the preparation and painting of commercial aircraft and the application of customer liveries and tech markings.

Duties will include the preparation and the painting of commercial aircraft for customer airlines. The contract position will include shift work including weekends. Relevant experience should be documented in your C.V. Positions are available at Dublin Airport, Shannon Airport, and Ostrava, Czech Republic.

 

Positions Available In

  • Shannon Airport

  • Dublin Airport

  • Ostrava, Czech Republic

Requirements:

Applications for the role of Aircraft Spray Painter should have the following:

  • Unrestricted right to work in the E.U.

  • Ability to work shifts including nights and weekends.

  • Spray painting experience is an advantage though not a requirement.

Responsibilities

Assist Production Managers/Team Leaders in the preparation and painting of aircraft, in line with customer requirements.

Maintain all aircraft and components for which the company is responsible, in a serviceable and airworthy condition by performing all maintenance tasks assigned to you, including but not limited to:

  • Water washing aircraft.

  • Masking of surfaces.

  • Removal of existing paint schemes (Stripping, Sanding, Solvent Cleaning, Sealant removal/application.)

  • Defect rectification

  • Paint application

  • Polishing.

Benefits of working with Excel Aviation

There are many benefits to working with Excel Aviation.  To name a few we promise: 

  • Competitive salary rates

  • Vacancies across large European base network

  • Great potential for internal promotion and career advancement

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