The average pay for a Ballast Regulator Operator is $55,726 a year and $27 an hour in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.
The average salary range for a Ballast Regulator Operator is between $41,441 and $67,633.
This compensation analysis is based on salary survey data collected directly from employers and anonymous employees in Vancouver, British Columbia.
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Operates several types of heavy equipment, such as rail-mounted tamping machines, brooms, graders, and ballast cleaning machines to tamp ballast beneath and between ties, to clean tracks, to clean and redistribute ballast, and to grade and level ballast on railroad tracks: pulls levers and depresses pedals to drive machines and control attachments, such as blades, hydraulic turntables, jacks, brooms, and tampers.
Tightens loose bolts and adjusts blades, using wrenches.
Lubricates machines, changes oil, and fills hydraulic reservoirs to specified levels.
May be designated according to type equipment operated as ballast-cleaning-machine operator; ballast-regulator operator; tamping-machine operator; track-broom operator.
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