Experimental Mechanic Outboard Motors Salary in Arizona - State Average

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Average Salary for Experimental Mechanic Outboard Motors in Arizona - State Average

The average salary of a(n) Experimental Mechanic Outboard Motors in Arizona - State Average is $35,276.

The average hourly rate of a(n) Experimental Mechanic Outboard Motors in Arizona - State Average is $16.96.

The average bonus of a(n) Experimental Mechanic Outboard Motors in Arizona - State Average is $938.00.

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Tests, repairs, and rebuilds experimental outboard motors and parts to specified operating efficiency, using machine tools, precision measuring instruments, jigs, and fixtures: mounts motor to boat and operates boat at various speeds on waterway to conduct operational tests. Observes and records readings on instruments, such as tachometers, monometers, voltmeters, ammeter, and vibration analyzer to measure boat speeds and thrust forces. Analyzes test records and disassembles motor to remove parts needing modification. Operates machine tools, such as lathes, mills, drills, and grinders, to repair or rework parts, such as cams, rods, crankshaft, and propeller. Less

Tests, repairs, and rebuilds experimental outboard motors and parts to specified operating efficiency, using machine tools, precision measuring instruments, jigs, and fixtures: mounts motor to boat and operates boat at various speeds on waterway to conduct operational tests. Observes and... More

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