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Average Salary for Band Saw Operator in District of Columbia - District Average

The average salary of a(n) Band Saw Operator in District of Columbia - District Average is $30,697.

The average hourly rate of a(n) Band Saw Operator in District of Columbia - District Average is $14.76.

The average bonus of a(n) Band Saw Operator in District of Columbia - District Average is $365.00.

Job Description:

Operates electrically powered band saw that cuts portions from hams to prepare hams for smoking, curing, or packing processes. Lifts ham from meat tank onto saw table, using meat hook. Presses button to start saw and adapts saw gauges according to size of ham. Pushes and guides ham into saw blade by hand or with wooden device to cut shank from ham or to remove tip from shank. Pushes sawed meat onto conveyor for further processing. May tend band saw that cuts poultry into serving pieces for packaging. Less

Operates electrically powered band saw that cuts portions from hams to prepare hams for smoking, curing, or packing processes. Lifts ham from meat tank onto saw table, using meat hook. Presses button to start saw and adapts saw gauges according... More

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