Job sheet

Worker : trade, missions and salary

Roles and Missions of the Worker/ Ouvrière

Workers are essential members of industry. Their roles and missions are to contribute to production efficiency, product quality and the safety and compliance of the work environment. Here is a list of the main responsibilities of workers:

Installation, maintenance and repair of equipment and infrastructure.

Preparation of materials for the production process.

Welding and crimping tasks.

Monitoring of processes and performance indicators.

Handling and handling of materials and products.

Use of automated machines and control systems.

Monitoring of orders and stocks.

Monitoring of finished products.

Compliance with safety procedures and quality standards.

Execution of company guidelines and production processes.

Participation in process and product improvement.

Management of sanitation and maintenance activities.

Support for training and skills development activities.

Documentation of tasks and activities.

Workers contribute significantly to the production, quality and safety of the working environment. Their responsibilities are essential to ensure the success and safety of a company.

Salary and career development of the Worker

A Worker/Worker is the employee employed in manual and production tasks, as well as assembly and installation operations. The annual gross salary of a Worker/Worker depends on many criteria, including experience. Here are the annual gross salary changes in France by years of experience for a Worker:

0 to 2 years: from 18,000 to 22,000 euros

2 to 5 years: from 22,000 to 25,000 euros

5 to 10 years: from 25,000 to 29,000 euros

10 to 15 years: from 29,000 to 33,000 euros

Over 15 years: from 33,000 to 37,000 euros

A Worker can also consider a career development. Here are 5 possible trades:

Field Engineer

Manufacturing technician

Quality technician

Mechanical engineer

Team leader

Advantages and inconvenients of Worker/ Worker


Decent pay and the ability to quickly increase as you gain new skills and experience.

Opportunities to work in many sectors including construction, engineering, automotive and industry.

Work with talented and interesting people.

Work in an environment where you can learn and develop.

Learn valuable skills that can be applied to other trades and life.


Intense workload and frequent overtime.

Harsh working conditions that may include extreme temperatures or health and safety hazards.

Low job security and lower wages than other professions.

Few opportunities for promotion or career progression.

Irregular schedules and limited holidays.

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