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Glassware Engraver Job Contract

Glassware Engraver Job Contract Template
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Glassware Engraver Job Employment Contract


Contract No.Must specify if employee contracted before or new agreement
Employer...Employer Adderss...
Employee...Employee Adderss...
Commencement...Place of Work...
Contracting for Job Title / Position: Glassware Engraver

Job Duties and Responsibilities [are to]:

1) Engrave monograms, coats of arms, and also ornamental designs on glass glassware, using copper, steel, or stone wheels

2) Trace or sketches design on glass or glassware, using stencil china-marking pencil, chalk, or brush pen

3) Mount wheel of specified size miter on lathe

4) Pour water in pans beneath abrasive cutting wheel to cool wheel prevent dust when grinding glass

5) Start lathe as well as holds glass or glassware against outer edge of wheel, twisting turning article so that wheel will grind glass according to marked design

6) May originate suggest designs to customer or management

7) May dress shape cutting wheels by holding dressing stone against rotating wheel

8) May brush or smear abrasive on cutting wheel

9) May polish engravings, using felt cork wheels

10) May be designated according to type of wheel used as Steel-Wheel Engraver glass prod.

Termination of Employment...Wage...Hours of Work...
Meal Intervals...Sunday Work...Public Holidays...
Annual Leave...Sick Leave...Maternity Leave...
Family Responsibility Leave...Deductions From Remuneration...Accommodation Leave...
Special Details...
Employer Signature...Employee Signature...Signature Date...
* Note: the signatures declare that this (contract) has been (agreed) from both the (employer) and the (employee) for the hiring of glassware engraver job position.
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