Generating Substation Operator Assistant Salary in Colorado - State Average

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Average Salary for Generating Substation Operator Assistant in Colorado - State Average

The average salary of a(n) Generating Substation Operator Assistant in Colorado - State Average is $63,505.

The average hourly rate of a(n) Generating Substation Operator Assistant in Colorado - State Average is $30.53.

The average bonus of a(n) Generating Substation Operator Assistant in Colorado - State Average is $1,226.00.

Job Description:

Compiles gauge readings and performs other tasks as directed by switchboard operator in electric-generating plant: records gauge and meter readings on switchboard and panelboards at specified intervals. Opens and closes switches to regulate generation and flow of electric power. Cleans and oils mechanical and electrical equipment and reports malfunctions, such as meter fluctuations, abnormal sounds, and overheating. May assist in performing tests to diagnose and locate cause of equipment malfunction. May work in substation that distributes and generates electric power and be designated substation operator helper, generation. Less

Compiles gauge readings and performs other tasks as directed by switchboard operator in electric-generating plant: records gauge and meter readings on switchboard and panelboards at specified intervals. Opens and closes switches to regulate generation and flow of electric power. Cleans... More

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