Anvil Smith Employment Contract

Anvil Smith Employment Contract Template
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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:

"Anvil smith" grade III.

Work Duties - are to:

1) Forge as well as repairs variety of metal articles, like tongs, edged tools, hooks, chains, machine structural components, and also agricultural implements as specified by work orders, diagrams, or sample parts

2) Heat metal stock in blacksmiths forge or furnace [Heater forging ]

3) Hammer stock into specified size & shape on blacksmiths anvil or positions stock on anvil of power hammer as well as depresses pedal to hammer stock with varying force rapidity

4) Forge-welds metal parts by heating hammering them together

5) Devise jigs fixtures, forges special handtools, like hammers or chisels, and also sets up form blocks

6) Temper or anneals forged articles [Heat Treater heat treating I]

7) May record type of repair or fabrication of tools or machine components performed during work shift to maintain daily activity report records

8) May cut, assemble, and also weld metal parts, using arc or acetylene welding equipment [Welder, Combination welding ]

9) May repair farm machinery be designated Blacksmith, Farm agriculture

10) May be designated according to articles forged as Special-Trackwork Blacksmith r.r

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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