The average pay for a High Rigger is $47,053 a year and $23 an hour in Alabama, United States.
The average salary range for a High Rigger is between $34,465 and $57,537.
This compensation analysis is based on salary survey data collected directly from employers and anonymous employees in Alabama, United States.
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Installs rigging to raise, lower, or support equipment, such as scenery, lighting equipment, ladders, and nets for theatrical performances on stage or television studio: climbs ladders, poles, or scaffolding to determine position for rigging and connects, hangs, or attaches cables, ropes, and blocks (pulley) across loft area of stage.
Tests rigging to ensure that it is workable.
Erects high ladders for acrobatic performances by connecting successive short lengths of ladder to top of erected portion, using clamps, wrenches, and hammers.
Installs motors used to move curtains and track on which scenery and curtains move, using handtools and power tools.
High Rigger Job Prevalence in Alabama, United States
Job family: Riggers
Job family population: 21,000
Estimated population of High Rigger jobs: 3,755
Rate of error: 5.2%
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High Rigger Job Listings for Alabama, United States
Hydro Journeyman Millwright Rigger
Birmingham, AL, USA
Hope Power & Industrial Inc. (H P&I)
NCCER or NCCCO rigging certifications is a plus. Must have past experience disassembly and ... High school diploma or equivalent preferred * A minimum of 5 years previous turbine / rotating ...
Work with and around high voltage equipment safely (460V/3P and below are most common) * Understand ... Must be mechanically inclined and comfortable working with all types of tools and rigging * Must ...