Sample Collector Salary in Alabama - State Average

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Average Salary for Sample Collector in Alabama - State Average

The average salary of a(n) Sample Collector in Alabama - State Average is $30,530.

The average hourly rate of a(n) Sample Collector in Alabama - State Average is $14.68.

The average bonus of a(n) Sample Collector in Alabama - State Average is $415.00.

Job Description:

Mixes fertilizer samples preparatory to laboratory analysis: collects material from storage bin, railroad car, or bagging area, using auger or shovel. Dumps material onto mixing table. Blends material, using shovel, paddle, or hands. Pours blended sample into container, writes identifying information, such as material, date, and sample number, on label and attaches label to container. Collects samples of granulated fertilizer during various stages of processing, pours sample through riffle (separator) to mix and reduce amount to representative sample, and sends sample to laboratory for analysis. Less

Mixes fertilizer samples preparatory to laboratory analysis: collects material from storage bin, railroad car, or bagging area, using auger or shovel. Dumps material onto mixing table. Blends material, using shovel, paddle, or hands. Pours blended sample into container, writes identifying... More

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