Utility Inspector Salary in Connecticut, United States
The average pay for an Utility Inspector is $36,040 a year and $17 an hour in Connecticut, United States.
The average salary range for an Utility Inspector is between $27,718 and $42,861.
This compensation analysis is based on salary survey data collected directly from employers and anonymous employees in Connecticut, United States.
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Tests machines, such as calculating or adding machines, manually or automatically to detect malfunctions, using handtools, alignment gauge, and tester: sets machine on ball swivel mount to facilitate turning in all directions when examining parts.
Plugs cord of machine into electrical outlet.
Presses keys on keyboard and moves levers in prescribed sequence to test alignment of printing, repeat latch, ribbon and paper feed, correction release, noise, and clearance of type bars, according to checklist.
Test-runs battery of machines through fixed computation cycle automatically, using auto typist or tester.
Reads arithmetic results recorded on paper tapes of machines and compares them with test chart to verify accuracy.
Indicates defects on inspection worksheet and gives worksheet and machine to repairer.
May disassemble machine to determine cause of defect.
May be designated according to type of inspection done as clearing inspector (office machines); final inspector (office machines); sampling inspector (office machines); utility inspector (office machines).
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Utility Inspector Job Listings for Connecticut, United States
Quality Control Inspector
Stamford, CT, USA
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