Description: These competencies identify the knowledge, skills and abilities required to perform basic painting and coating techniques, used in the maintenance of buildings and furnishings. Work is performed under close supervision and with assistance from higher graded workers and/or supervisor.
I. Proper operation and safe use of tools and equipment.
II. Proper preparation of surfaces to be painted.
III. Develop dexterity and skill in "cutting in", brushing, and rolling on coatings to insure proper coverage without drips, sags, and runs.
IV. Knowledge of types of paints and coatings.
Description: These competencies identify the knowledge, skills and abilities required to progress to the full performance level. Incumbent must have successfully demonstrated entry level skills and be able to work without close supervision.
I. Work accomplished by standard and special finishing techniques.
FULL PERFORMANCE LEVEL
Description: These competencies include all the above and requires additional knowledge, skills and abilities with little or no supervision, once an assignment has been given.
I. Work at this level includes refinishing and restoration processes for the maintenance of sensitive items and historical artifacts and furnishings.
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