Chemical Process Helper Salary in Indianapolis, Indiana

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Average Salary for Chemical Process Helper in Indianapolis, Indiana

The average salary of a(n) Chemical Process Helper in Indianapolis, Indiana is $36,131.

The average hourly rate of a(n) Chemical Process Helper in Indianapolis, Indiana is $17.37.

The average bonus of a(n) Chemical Process Helper in Indianapolis, Indiana is $524.00.

Job Description:

Assists Chemical Reactor Operator with tending equipment units or the semiautomatic system that processes chemical substances into industrial or consumer products, such as detergents, emulsifiers, salts, bleaching agents, acids, and synthetic resins. Dumps specified amounts of solid materials into heating vessels or blending tanks, and turns valves to feed liquid and gaseous materials through equipment units, or positions controls in specified sequence on control panel to start automatic feed. Draws samples of products for laboratory analysis. Maintains log of gauge readings and shift production. Less

Assists Chemical Reactor Operator with tending equipment units or the semiautomatic system that processes chemical substances into industrial or consumer products, such as detergents, emulsifiers, salts, bleaching agents, acids, and synthetic resins. Dumps specified amounts of solid materials into heating... More

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