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Working as a Jobsite Supervisor

Independently owned and operated CertaPro Painters® franchised businesses are looking for great painters with elite standards applied to every painting project, take their work seriously, and never compromise quality or customer satisfaction. The site supervisor is a working crew leader who coordinates with the customer during the job, sets the schedule for the paint crew, supervises a paint crew of 1 or 2 other painters/helpers, and makes sure that the work is done professionally and the customer is happy at the end of the job.

Advantages of working with an independently owned and operated CertaPro Painters® franchised business:

– Grow with an established company
– Steady stream of ongoing work
– Size and stability gives peace of mind

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If you are looking for a position with growth potential and are committed to personal and professional development, the independently owned and operated CertaPro Painters® franchised businesses may have a great opportunity for you!

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Hear Abner’s Story

Abner’s role as a Jobsite Supervisor at CertaPro Painters® of Fairfax & Prince William, VA is to manage the crew an interact directly with customers.

Job Site Supervisor Spotlight

Jonathan Guierrez, JSS Working with CertaPro Painters of Cary-Apex, NCjob site supervisor with certapro painters

Jonathan Gutierrez began working with CertaPro Painters ® of Cary-Apex more than 5 years ago, alongside his father. Within two years, after helping to manage his father’s crew, Jonathan started a crew of his own.

Jonathan and his crew members Misael Martinez and Sergio Martinez are incredibly hard-working. They completed 41 jobs in just nine months last year. We trust this team to handle some of our most complicated projects. A few of their recent jobs have included a cathedral-style church interior, and the interior of a large retail store. Jonathan is a very adept painter and is always eager to expand his skill set. Whether it’s learning how to operate boom and scissor lifts, figuring out how to interpret elevations, learning how to operate a floor grinder, or applying new types of epoxy paint, Jonathan always rises to the challenge. Despite challenges such as overnight, out of town, or weekend projects, Jonathan ensures that customers are always updated throughout the process and that they’re given a final “pride walk” once the project is complete to showcase the final product and explain the work that’s been done.

He is not only a skilled painter, but an excellent communicator and team player. When sales or production staff have a problem pricing a complicated project, they ask Jonathan.