Thinking about diving into the world of finishing equipment? Whether you have experience in the automotive or HVAC industries—or none at all—becoming a paint booth technician can lead to a life-long, fulfilling career. Here’s everything you need to know before applying to work as a paint booth technician.
If you prefer a hands-on job that offers something different every day and keeps you on the move, a paint booth technician career may be right for you. Booth techs respond to service calls from shops experiencing issues with their finishing equipment. Service includes diagnosing problems, changing parts, performing replacements, and conducting quality assurance tests.
Most paint booth technician jobs start at the entry level, requiring a high school diploma and 0-1 years of relevant experience. Formal training is generally not needed; majority (if not all) necessary knowledge will be learned on the job. However, having a basic understanding of what a paint booth is and how it works will go a long way, especially during the interview process.
Accudraft is a national manufacturer of high-quality finishing equipment. We have several technician teams across the country that service our customers from the east to west coasts. Our company prides itself on cultivating a supportive environment where employees of any level can work together to find solutions.
As a paint booth technician at Accudraft, we offer competitive salaries based upon experience, as well as professional development opportunities as a tech grows in their role. Through our excellent training program, anyone can start at the entry-level and work to become a more senior position with higher pay.
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