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Combination Saw Operator Employment Contract

Combination Saw Operator Employment Contract Template
This sample combination saw operator employment contract shows how to use basic attributes such as employer and candidate information, job title, required duties, and other agreement details in order to build an employment contract letter.
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Contract no....Date...
Employer name...Employer adderss...
Employee name...Employee adderss...
Starting From...Place of work...

Contracting for job title / position: "combination saw operator" grade III.

Job duties and responsibilities - are to:

1) Operate adjustable circular saw to perform such operations as ripsawing, cross cutting, beveling, grooving, and also mitering of woodstock

2) Select sawing disk according to type of cut specified on work order bolts disk to machine shaft, using wrench

3) Turn handwheel or crank to tip machine table to specified angle or to raise table according to specified depth of cut

4) Position guides on machine table according to specifications of cut, and also turns knobs to set guides or bolts guides in place, using wrench

5) Start machine, places woodstock on table against guides, and also pushes stock against saw

6) Measure cut stock with ruler, caliper rule, or square to verify dimensions against specifications

7) Remove cut stock from machine maintains production count

8) May turn handwheels knobs to adjust machine guide, blade, and also table to make additional cuts of woodstock, according to work order

9) May be designated according to operation performed as Miter Sawyer woodworking

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...
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