Final Cleaner Salary in Alabama - State Average

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Average Salary for Final Cleaner in Alabama - State Average

The average salary of a(n) Final Cleaner in Alabama - State Average is $32,547.

The average hourly rate of a(n) Final Cleaner in Alabama - State Average is $15.65.

The average bonus of a(n) Final Cleaner in Alabama - State Average is $462.00.

Job Description:

Tends machine that scrubs, cleans, and dries surface of printed circuit board (PCB) panels during manufacturing processes. Loads PCB panels onto conveyor that carries panels through scrubbing (abrading or sanding), cleaning, and drying cycles of machine. Alters machine controls to regulate pressure of scrubbing mechanisms, fluid levels, and conveyor speed. Observes gauges and examines processed panels to detect machine malfunctions and conformance to processing specifications. Removes and stacks cleaned PCBs from discharge end of machine. May clean and maintain scrubbing machine. May be designated by type of panels processed. May be designated according to point in production when scrubbing occurs. Less

Tends machine that scrubs, cleans, and dries surface of printed circuit board (PCB) panels during manufacturing processes. Loads PCB panels onto conveyor that carries panels through scrubbing (abrading or sanding), cleaning, and drying cycles of machine. Alters machine controls to... More

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