Back Shoe Operator Salary in Arizona - State Average

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Average Salary for Back Shoe Operator in Arizona - State Average

The average salary of a(n) Back Shoe Operator in Arizona - State Average is $31,493.

The average hourly rate of a(n) Back Shoe Operator in Arizona - State Average is $15.14.

The average bonus of a(n) Back Shoe Operator in Arizona - State Average is $425.00.

Job Description:

Examines shoe uppers for defective leather parts and distributes replacement parts to processing area: cuts stitching in shoe upper with knife or scissors and rips out defective parts. Writes specifications for replacement parts on work order and delivers it to initial processing area. Carries replacement parts to and from various departments to accomplish specified processing, such as cutting, marking, and stitching. Delivers replacement parts to fitting department for assembly to upper of shoe. Converses with department supervisors to correct irregular flow of replacement parts. Less

Examines shoe uppers for defective leather parts and distributes replacement parts to processing area: cuts stitching in shoe upper with knife or scissors and rips out defective parts. Writes specifications for replacement parts on work order and delivers it to... More

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