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Wagstaff average salary is $119,095, median salary is $121,500 with a salary range from $111,544 to $124,240.
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Field Applications Engineer 124,240-124,240 Milford, MA, 01757 2014 Wagstaff Field Applications Engineer Salaries (1)
Wagstaff Milford, MA Salaries
Lead Configuration Engineer 121,500-121,500 San Ramon, CA, 94583 2012 Wagstaff Lead Configuration Engineer Salaries (1)
Wagstaff San Ramon, CA Salaries
Senior Field Applications Scientist 111,544-111,544 Boston, MA, 02101 2011 Wagstaff Senior Field Applications Scientist Salaries (1)
Wagstaff Boston, MA Salaries
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  • Wagstaff, Inc
  • Industry: Machine Tools
  • City: Spokane, WA
  • Established in 1946, we¡¯ve grown from humble roots into an international operation that is defining the evolution of aluminum casting technology. One of our earliest achievements was creating the first integral jacketed mold from a solid block of aluminum. While the pervasive use of these precision-machined molds continues, we¡¯ve launched Dual Jet? and SplitJet? technologies and re-defined solidification standards. We¡¯ve created ingot molds capable of casting varying width products and a multitude of alloys. For billet casters, we¡¯ve pioneered products that have set new standards in production quantity, quality, and operational efficiency. Our innovations have done more than set