Pharmaceutical Laborer Salary in Oak Grove, Missouri

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Average Salary for Pharmaceutical Laborer in Oak Grove, Missouri

The average salary of a(n) Pharmaceutical Laborer in Oak Grove, Missouri is $23,795.

The average hourly rate of a(n) Pharmaceutical Laborer in Oak Grove, Missouri is $11.44.

The average bonus of a(n) Pharmaceutical Laborer in Oak Grove, Missouri is $267.00.

Job Description:

Assists with processing and packaging drug and toilet products, performing any combination of following duties. Transfers specified ingredients from storage to production area, using handtruck. Assembles specified ingredients for compounding. Feeds plants, roots, and herbs into machines, such as silage cutters, fanning mills, and washing machines. Loads botanicals into driers. Cuts animal tissue into strips, using saws. Feeds strips into meat grinders. Opens drums and scoops or dumps contents into kettles, tanks, or machine hopper. Removes filled cartons from packaging machine conveyor. Less

Assists with processing and packaging drug and toilet products, performing any combination of following duties. Transfers specified ingredients from storage to production area, using handtruck. Assembles specified ingredients for compounding. Feeds plants, roots, and herbs into machines,... More

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