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City:  Cincinnati
State:  OH
Job Requisition Number:  192401

Attention current TriHealth employees:

Please apply for this position by submitting an online internal application via SuccessFactors. Please be certain to update your SuccessFactors Employee Profile prior to applying to this position.

PAINTER: Under the direction of the Maintenance Supervisor this position is responsible for interior and exterior finishes including painting, wall repair, minor to moderate drywall and plaster repair and finishing and light carpentry associated with maintenance of wall and ceiling finishes at the apprentice level of the painting trade. Receives direction from lead mechanic and supervisor and other mechanics assigned to maintenance operations. Must be able to work with little direct supervision as team member is responsible for ascertaining what maintenance or repair is required, determining its priority and responding appropriately. Customer Service orientation is mandatory.


 EDUCATION: High School Degree any related building trade

EXPERIENCE: 3-4 years Painting, drywall, or related field.

SPECIALIZED KNOWLEDGE: Construction trades background with particular knowledge of paint and coating selection and application, drywall and plaster repair, light carpentry skills. Ability to operate keyboard and specialized work order management software.

DEPARTMENT SPECIFIC: Along with experience at an apprentice level of the painting trade. We are seeking an individual with Basic computer skills, Customer Service orientation, Interpersonal Skills with clients and team members, drywall repair and finishing experience at apprentice level, as well as having the ability to repair and replace ceiling tile. People person with an ALWAYS behavior.


Job Title:  PAINTER

Department Name:  GSH MAINTENANCE-I

Location:  Good Samaritan Hospital

Hourly/Salaried:  Hourly

Employment Status: Full Time Position

Bi-Weekly Hours:80

Shift: Shift Varies

Weekend Commitment:  Yes

Holiday Commitment:  Yes

On-Call Commitment:  No