Window Shade Cutter & Mounter Salary in Alabama - State Average

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Average Salary for Window Shade Cutter & Mounter in Alabama - State Average

The average salary of a(n) Window Shade Cutter & Mounter in Alabama - State Average is $25,013.

The average hourly rate of a(n) Window Shade Cutter & Mounter in Alabama - State Average is $12.03.

The average bonus of a(n) Window Shade Cutter & Mounter in Alabama - State Average is $345.00.

Job Description:

Tends machines that cut window shade fabric and rollers to specified size, and install roller end caps and hanging pins, and staple fabric to roller: installs roll of shade cloth on spindles of window-shade cutter machine. Threads end of cloth through retaining and feed rollers of machine. Turns handle to feed specified amount of cloth into machine. Depresses treadle to cut cloth and fold bottom hem. Clamps shade roller against stop on saw carriage, starts machine, and pushes carriage against saw blade to cut roller to specified length. Removes roller and slips cap over each end. Clamps roller in pin-driving machine, inserts pin in driver, and depresses lever to drive pin through cap into end of roller. Fastens top end of cloth to roller, using hand stapler. Less

Tends machines that cut window shade fabric and rollers to specified size, and install roller end caps and hanging pins, and staple fabric to roller: installs roll of shade cloth on spindles of window-shade cutter machine. Threads end of cloth... More

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