Avg. Base Salary (ZAR)
The average salary for an Auxiliary Equipment Operator is R108,000
What Do Auxiliary Equipment Operators Do?
An auxiliary equipment operator’s work will consist of controlling and maintaining a large array of equipment. The auxiliary equipment operator’s goal is to generate electrical power. The equipment being used can include generators, boilers, compressors, pumps, fans, turbines, and reactors. The work itself is going to be primarily physical. That is not to say this job does not include mental work since the skills necessary require much knowledge of how the equipment works, how to maintain …Read more
- Monitor and operate power plant equipment.
- Operate valves, rotating equipment, fly ash, lubricating systems, and more.
- Adhere to all safety and environmental protection protocols and procedures.