After 35 years of being in business, we are like family at Lancaster Painting and many of our long-term employees can attest to this! We value a work-life balance and have a typical work week of M-F 7:30am to 4pm, so no weekends Work locally and become a part of a collaborative team that encourages creativity, innovation and independence.
Our advanced training program provides our teams with the opportunity to learn the trade, increase their skills, and advance their wage. Lancaster Painting’s training culture empowers teams to grow and develop their skills for a bright future. Employees know how and when they can be promoted within the company.
Lancaster Painting offers a competitive employee package that includes a 401k, a monthly bonus program and weekly pay to all employees. There’s also room to grow as you learn.
We believe in work-life balance. Paid time off is a standard benefit for all employees.
Lancaster Painting is dedicated to a safe and drug-free work environment.
Not Experienced? That's Okay!
Painting skills can always be taught. In fact, training is a huge part of our life and process at Lancaster Painting. What we value even more in our applicants are those attributes that can’t be taught: a willingness to work hard, go the extra mile for our clients, be ethical and honest, and reliable. We will work with you to develop your skills and career path from Day 1, offering training and mentoring to employees of all skill levels. Take a look at our LP Learning Pathway to discover the opportunities Lancaster Painting has available for you.
As an Apprentice your career in this trade will go as far as you wish. You will learn essential skills so you can grow as a painter. We do not require any previous experience for this role.
As a Painter you will continue to advance in your trade and provide excellent customer service to while accomplishing residential and commercial paint jobs.
As a Job Leader you will be communicative with our customers and operations team. You lead the job with a team of painters and apprentices. While working alongside the team you help develop their skills and abilities.
As a Crew Leader can have up to three different teams that you provide support and work alongside them at each jobsite throughout your work week.
As a Field Supervisor you oversee multiple teams providing mentoring and development. You strategically manage your crews and coordinate them with the correct jobsite for their skill level.