International Aerospace Coatings (IAC) is seeking highly motivated individuals who are interested in working for the world’s leading aircraft painting company. This is a fabulous opportunity to either learn a new trade and start a rewarding career or utilize and refine the paint skills you already possess. IAC offers an extensive training program to all new hires. This is a fast paced, high energy work environment, where teamwork and communication are central to success. If you are interested in joining our team, we would like to hear from you today! Apply at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Locations: Fort Worth, TX, Amarillo, TX, Lake City, FL, Spokane, WA, Victorville, CA

Benefits:

• Earn up to $26 per hour depending on experience
• Overtime available
• Relocation assistance available
• Paid on-the-job training with a career progression program designed to produce the world’s best aircraft painters
• Competitive health insurance options including PPOs and HSAs
• Company-paid Life insurance and Employee Assistance Program
• Dental & Vision insurance
• Supplemental insurance options including short/long-term disability, critical illness, and accident coverage
• Paid vacation and holidays
• Tax-deferred 401k Retirement program which includes a Roth option
• Flexible working schedule

Responsibilities include performance of the following activities in adherence with IAC best practices:

• Surface Preparation
• Detailed Masking
• Equipment Set-Up and Maintenance
• Paint Application using HVLP and Electro-Static paint guns
• Maintaining 6S principles of Sorting, Systematic Arrangement, Shining, Standardizing, Sustaining and Safety
• Scissor lift and Boom lift operation (training available)

Requirements:

• High School Diploma or GED
• Must Pass a DOT Drug and Alcohol Test
• Must Pass a 10-year background check to obtain a TSA Airport Badge
• Follow all environmental health and safety practices
• Ability to work from heights and wear safety gear
• Must be able to wear a respirator and pass routine medical testing