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Blue Table Painting is looking for a full-time assembler/painter. Blue Table has been in business and steadily growing for two years now. We have a crew of six full time and two part time staff. We are looking for a seventh person to work here full time.
Read all about us at www.bluetablepainting.com There is a virtual tour of the studio in the Studio Information section.
I just know there is someone out there who wants to do what they love for a living. Someone who is a skilled miniatures enthusiast whose true talent is wasted at their current job.
Blue Table’s studio is in downtown Spanish Fork, Utah. Taking this job means moving here. We can help you find a place to live if you want.
Starting pay is $1200-1800 per month depending on your productivity and the hours you put in. There is plenty of work to be done. You can take more projects if you want.
Is that enough to live on? Spanish Fork has a very reasonable cost of living. A small family can buy a house with a mortgage of $800 per month. A single person can find a one bedroom apartment for around $400 per month and two bedroom places are $500-600 per month.
We need someone to start in the May to August range.
HOW TO APPLY
If you are interested, please send an email with “Painter Needed” as the subject line to Shawn Gately at firstname.lastname@example.org You will be sent an application/written interview.
January 2004 Blue Table was founded. I worked solo out of my garage.
March 2004 I brought on a few locals to help with the basics (assembly and prep).
June 2004 I moved to Utah and hired on three part-time workers and began to train them to do projects start to finish.
August 2004 I found our current studio on main street. At that time there were about six part time workers doing various tasks (assembly, movement trays, prep work, and a few painting).
Over 2004 and 2005, the business grew slowly and steadily.
The staff is now a core of full-time specialists, including an office manager. The nature of Blue Table Painting is that we paint at least fifteen armies a month. The work is not seasonal. There are gentle waves of high and low months, but the dips are each a little higher than the last, like a wavy line pointed at an angle upwards.
Right now we are close to moving into a newer, larger studio.
Are you ready to pursue a dream job in the craft that you love?
This is for real. Blue Table is a solid business with an ever-expanding client base.
We are going to move into a beautiful and spacious new studio soon. The search for a new painter has been accelerated.
Please email me at email@example.com and I will send you a written interview/application.
Last edited by bluetablepainting; April 26th, 2006 at 05:30.