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Painter/Assembler for miniatures

Looking for someone to paint and/or assemble miniatures for wargames. This is fine detail work with complex instructions.
See what we do at www.youtube.com/bluetablepainting
Must have:
1) skill with a brush. Must have something painted to show us. Or something converted/assembled.
2) reliable work history (held a full-time job at least one year at some point in time)
3) familiar with miniatures battles games OR background in a related field of art
4) lives within 30 minutes of Spanish Fork, UT (the closer the better) OR you are willing to relocate if the job works out
5) non-smoker
What we value:
1) reliability (you do what you say you're going to do)
2) cheerfulness
3) familiarity with the hobby of miniatures battles
4) experience assembling figures
under no circumstance during the process should you divulge information related to protected class: race, gender, age, religion, marital status, etc. We are only interested in you as it relates to performance of the job.
Contact: Shannon Hansen
Email: HR@bluetablepainting.com
Contact Shannon at bluetablepainting@gmail.com with a short cover letter that addresses the "must have" items. Use cover letter format. Resume helps but is not necessary.
Important: please put "Painter Needed- Your Name" as the subject line. If you are interested in doing mostly assembly, then put "Assembler Needed- Your Name". This is not two separate positions, we need someone who can do some combination of both.
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