Earth Drillers Salary in Colorado - State Average

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Average Salary for Earth Drillers in Colorado - State Average

The average salary of a(n) Earth Drillers in Colorado - State Average is $48,452.

The average hourly rate of a(n) Earth Drillers in Colorado - State Average is $23.29.

The average bonus of a(n) Earth Drillers in Colorado - State Average is $780.00.

Job Description:

Bores blasting holes in overburden at strip mine, open pit, quarry, or construction site, operating self-propelled or truck-mounted drilling machine. Positions and steadies machine, using jacks, and lowers drill shaft into position. Moves levers to start and advance drill into overburden, ore, or rock formation. Stops drill to install additional drill stems. Observes operation to detect binding or stoppage of drill. Removes drill when specified depth has been reached. Replaces broken or worn parts, using hand tools, and lubricates equipment. May charge and set off explosives in blasting holes. Less

Bores blasting holes in overburden at strip mine, open pit, quarry, or construction site, operating self-propelled or truck-mounted drilling machine. Positions and steadies machine, using jacks, and lowers drill shaft into position. Moves levers to start and advance drill into... More

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