Research Test Engine Evaluator Salary in Stafford, Texas

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Average Salary for Research Test Engine Evaluator in Stafford, Texas

The average salary of a(n) Research Test Engine Evaluator in Stafford, Texas is $55,548.

The average hourly rate of a(n) Research Test Engine Evaluator in Stafford, Texas is $26.71.

The average bonus of a(n) Research Test Engine Evaluator in Stafford, Texas is $1,067.00.

Job Description:

Compiles and assists in evaluation of data obtained in testing petroleum fuels and lubricants under simulated operating conditions. Prepares, operates, and takes care of laboratory instruments, monitors experiments, makes observations, calculates and records results, and develops conclusions. Uses principles and theories of science and mathematics to solve problems in research and development, and helps invent and improve products and processes. Work is more practically oriented than scientists. Inspects engines after test runs have been made for wear, deposits, and defective parts, using microscope and precision weighing and measuring devices to obtain accurate data. Records findings and assists in analyzing data. Assists in dismantling and reassembling engines during test runs. May obtain and analyze samples of engine-exhaust gas. Less

Compiles and assists in evaluation of data obtained in testing petroleum fuels and lubricants under simulated operating conditions. Prepares, operates, and takes care of laboratory instruments, monitors experiments, makes observations, calculates and records results, and develops conclusions. Uses principles and... More

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