Spice miller - Salary and Career
Workers in the grain processing industry, cereals

Spice miller - Career description, activities, functions and salary

They treat, grind and process grains, cereals, almonds, spices and the like, control the production process, adjust equipment to the production process, package and store finished products, apply safety procedures.

How much does an Spice miller earn

A Spice miller earns between $1.100 and $2.373 per month, with an average monthly salary of $1.345 and a median salary of $1.212 according to an Averwage.com salary survey along with to data of professionals hired and fired by companies in the labor market.

Our research is based on the salaries of 738 professionals hired and dismissed by the period from 06/2021 to 05/2022 (last year).

Salary ranges for the Spice miller

Monthly Salary Annual Salary Salary Per Week Hourly Salary
Average wage 1.345 16.134 336 6
1º Quartile 1.100 13.200 275 5
Median Salary 1.212 14.544 303 6
3º Quartile 1.809 21.713 452 9
Higher Salary 2.373 28.470 593 11

Professional job categories

  • Workers in the production of industrial goods and services
    • food, beverage and tobacco manufacturing workers
      • equipment operators in food and beverage preparation
        • workers in the grain processing industry, cereals

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Main workplaces

Workers in the grain processing industry, cereals work is carried out as a team, under permanent supervision, in food and beverage manufacturing companies. They are hired as salaried employees with a formal contract. They perform their activities indoors, during the day and night and in shifts. May be exposed to intense noise and high temperatures, may work in uncomfortable positions.

What does it take to work in the field of Workers in the grain processing industry, cereals

The exercise of these occupations requires completed high school education or a course in a related area. The full exercise of the function takes place after a period of one to two years of professional experience.

Functions and activities of Spice miller

Workers in the grain processing industry, cereals must:

  • work safely;
  • grind grains, cereals and spices;
  • adjust equipment to the production process;
  • benefit grains, cereals, almonds and spices;
  • store finished goods;
  • control the production process;
  • working safely;
  • store finished products;
  • benefit grain, cereals, almonds and spices;
  • adjusting equipment to the production process;
  • pack finished goods;
  • demonstrate personal skills;
  • treat grains, cereals and the like;
  • benefiting grains, cereals, almonds and spices;
  • packaging finished products;
  • grinding grains, cereals and spices;
  • treat grains, cereals and similar;
  • pack finished products;
  • grind grain, cereals and spices;
  • adjust equipment to production process;

  • Activities

    • examine the quality, visually;
    • pressing doughs;
    • record data of non-conforming products;
    • identify products and storage location;
    • check tare scale;
    • remove pulp from grains and almonds;
    • testing collective protective equipment (epc);
    • trigger material transport equipment (conveyors, screws, elevators);
    • check equipment maintenance conditions;
    • collect samples and analyses;
    • fill feeder with raw material;
    • heating oven and furnace;
    • cool the grains;
    • remove dough and flour from the oven;
    • analyze risks in the work environment;
    • test roasting point of grains, pasta and almonds;
    • installing packaging rolls and films on the machines;
    • demonstrate creativity;
    • analyze the physical characteristics of the product;
    • check the weighing of the ground products;
    • use personal protective equipment (ppe);
    • remove waste;
    • bake dough;
    • perform stop and start in equipment for repairs;
    • check formulations and pre-established standards;
    • monitor product specifications and measurements;
    • direct products to silos;
    • exercise leadership;
    • supplying machines and mills with fuel;
    • classify types of impurities;
    • homogenize pasta;
    • adjust machines, cylinders and equipment;
    • refine pasta;
    • acting responsibly;
    • identify, with seals and stamps, the finished products;
    • check the control variables (level, temperature and pressure);
    • check the tare weight;
    • unclog equipment (pipes, screens, sieves);
    • identify equipment maintenance needs;
    • direct products to machinery and equipment;
    • add ingredients and consumption to suit the formulation;
    • demonstrate self-control;
    • visually inspect products during grinding;
    • inspect epi and epc validity;
    • pelletize products;
    • visually inspect the products during grinding;
    • weigh grains, cereals and spices;
    • maintain interpersonal relationships;
    • inspect manufacture, expiration and batch dates on packaging;
    • testing collective protective equipment (epc);
    • pressing dough;
    • clean grains, cereals and spices;
    • express yourself with verbal fluency;
    • sterilize steam feeds;
    • identify products out of specification;
    • transport products to the packaging machine;
    • distribute dough in cylinders;
    • seal product boxes and bales;
    • peeling cereals, grains and spices;
    • stock products on pallets (pallets or pallets);
    • test the roasting point of grains, pasta and almonds;
    • fighting fire principles;
    • fill in reports and production tracking forms;
    • cooking grains, almonds, soybeans and palm oil;
    • sieving products in process;
    • consult rules and procedures for safety, hygiene and health at work;
    • identify air pressure, temperature and expiration date of packages;
    • purge infestations;
    • pack products in boxes and bales;
    • mix ground spices, according to formulations;
    • check types and quantities of materials;
    • record weight of boxes and bales;
    • label product data;
    • demonstrate sociability;
    • record accidents and incidents;
    • issue service order (form) for maintenance;
    • check storage location conditions;
    • demonstrate dynamism;
    • supply machines and mills with fuel;
    • record accidents and incidents;
    • direct packages, boxes, bales, for shipment;
    • demonstrate initiative;
    • interpret laboratory analysis results;
    • wash cassava;
    • clean oven and furnace;
    • drive mills and grinding equipment;
    • check closure, sealing and perforations of packages;
    • adjust the moisture content of the products (adding or removing water);
    • check the weighing of ground products;

    Sectors that hire Spice miller the most in the job market

    • manufacture of canned fruit
    • retail trade of new parts and accessories for motor vehicles
    • slaughter of birds
    • maintenance and mechanical repair services for motor vehicles
    • rice processing
    • food powder manufacturing
    • post-harvest activities
    • manufacture of parts for shoes, of any material
    • manufacture of canned vegetables and other vegetables
    • combined building support services

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