Film Laboratory Technician Salary in Woodland Hills, California

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Average Salary for Film Laboratory Technician in Woodland Hills, California

The average salary of a(n) Film Laboratory Technician in Woodland Hills, California is $36,651.

The average hourly rate of a(n) Film Laboratory Technician in Woodland Hills, California is $17.62.

The average bonus of a(n) Film Laboratory Technician in Woodland Hills, California is $495.00.

Job Description:

Processes motion picture film. Mixes specified chemicals according to formula to prepare solutions for use in processing film. Cuts and arranges film, and splices film together according to written instructions or edited test print, using splicer. Compares film with edited print to detect irregularities in detail and color. Projects film on screen to detect defects in printing and developing, such as blurs, scratches, and perforations, using motion picture projector. Approves film for release, rejects defective film, or routes film to specified department for further processing. Less

Processes motion picture film. Mixes specified chemicals according to formula to prepare solutions for use in processing film. Cuts and arranges film, and splices film together according to written instructions or edited test print, using splicer. Compares film with edited... More

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