Supervise the workers engaged in constructing and painting signs.
What does a Sign Shop Supervisor do?
Supervises and coordinates activities of workers engaged in constructing and painting signs: Reviews work orders and visits future site of sign to determine size of sign, materials needed to construct sign, and media needed to convey requested message. Orders material not already on inventory. Assigns work to PAINTER, SIGN 970.381-026; SIGN ERECTOR I 869.381-026; SIGN WRITER, HAND 970.281-022; or other workers based upon current work load, priority of work to be completed, and expertise of available workers. Performs other duties as described under SUPERVISOR Master Title. May prepare periodic department budget based upon knowledge of historic and projected costs of personnel, materials, and replacements and additions to tool and equipment inventory.