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Job: Entry Level Painter – Ruckus Composites

Posted by on April 8th, 2015 at 11:35 am

Job Title
Entry Level Painter

Company/Organization
Ruckus Composites

Job Description
At Ruckus Composites we specialize in keeping carbon fiber frames working for a lifetime, but what good is having a structurally sound bicycle without amazing paint? This is where you could come in. We have a full paint facility ready for you to make your ideas a reality, and a knowledge base to support you in that quest. We are looking for another painter to join our family.

Qualifications

*Must be detail oriented, creative and enthusiastic.

*A passion for bicycles

*Produce your own design deliverables to be made into a vector formats for paint masks

*Take great pride in your technical craftsmanship

*The ability to stay organized under the pressure of tight deadlines.

*Must have a reasonable sense of humor

*Adhere to all health and safety guidelines developed by Ruckus Composites

*Maintain a professional image

*Be dependable and reliable

*Have an appreciation for constructive feedback and learning

*An ability to collaborate creatively with clients

*Positive attitude.

*Communicate professionally and in a timely manner with team members.

*Commitment to personal growth and development

Ruckus Composites is a fast growing company run by three hard working and passionate people. We are excited to be expanding and we are looking forward to adding new team members. If you have an eye for design, love bikes, and are ready to grow into a leader in the field, Ruckus may be the place for you.

How to Apply
Please submit a cover letter and resume to I.Want.to.Join@ruckuscomp.com

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