Marine Painter

Date Posted:02/14/2019

Location:Newport News, VA


If you are a Painter with a minimum of 3 years of shipyard experience and want to work for a wonderful company...we have the job for YOU!


United Labor Group proudly services clients all across the Nation. We have an outstanding reputation for being an industry leader in providing skilled craftsmen to projects all across the United States. We offer consistent work, competitive benefits, top pay and professionalism. Join our team TODAY!




  • Must be a US Citizen

  • Must be able to pass a 3 month hair follicle drug screen

  • Must be able to pass a 7 year criminal background check

Must be able to pass a physical, hearing and vision test

The Marine Painter must have three (3) or more years of experience as a marine brush and roll painter applying epoxy and non-epoxy coatings. Experience is also required in accomplishing cleaning to SSPC-SP-3 and SSPC-SP-11 standards using power tools.

Painter must be certified in accordance with NSTM Chapter 631, Section 11.5 Shipyard Blasters and Painter Certification. Painter certification is required by NAVSEA Standard Item 009-32.

Required Skills:
1. Ability to apply coatings while maintaining desired MIL thickness.
2. Experience working in a physically demanding environment; confined spaces, working at heights, and use of half-face and full-face respiratory equipment.
3. Ability to use power tools to accomplish cleaning.

Company Benefits:

  • Health Insurance Benefits

  • Paid Holidays and Paid Vacations

  • Weekly Payroll, Direct Deposit

  • Matching 401K

  • Per-Diem

  • $300 bonus(after 30 days)

  • Hotel assistance


Company Details:

ULGMarine is a skilled craft labor staffing company focused on workforce solutions for the Marine Industry from shipbuilding through repair. Our mission is simple: to build long term relationships between our clients and our employees through trust, integrity and being the best at what we do. With over 30 years' experience, our depth of knowledge and commitment to the Marine industry is surpassed by none.