Construction Grip Salary in United States

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Average Salary for Construction Grip in United States

The average salary of a(n) Construction Grip in United States is $46,439.

The average hourly rate of a(n) Construction Grip in United States is $22.33.

The average bonus of a(n) Construction Grip in United States is $799.00.

Job Description:

Performs any combination of following tasks in motion picture or television studio or set location: moves control levers and wheels to guide cranes, booms, and dollies that move cameras and other equipment. Sews canvas and other materials to make and repair tents, tarps, scrims, and backings, using sewing machine. Erects canvas covers to protect camera from rain on location. Cuts gelatin and fiberglass light diffusers to fit metal frame of camera and inserts diffusers into frame. Rigs and dismantles frames, scaffolding, backdrops, prefabricated dressing rooms, camera platforms, and tents for set in studio or on location, using carpenter's handtools. May be designated according to department assigned as construction grip; production grip; sewing room grip. Less

Performs any combination of following tasks in motion picture or television studio or set location: moves control levers and wheels to guide cranes, booms, and dollies that move cameras and other equipment. Sews canvas and other materials to make and... More

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