The average pay for a Candy Spreader Helper is $38,787 a year and $19 an hour in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.
The average salary range for a Candy Spreader Helper is between $29,949 and $45,930.
This compensation analysis is based on salary survey data collected directly from employers and anonymous employees in Vancouver, British Columbia.
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Assists in candy manufacturing establishment, working individually or as interchangeable member of crew, by feeding one or more candy processing and packaging machines and performing any combination of following tasks.
Off bears, separates, counts, or culls finished or unfinished confectionery items and ingredients.
Transfers molds, trays of candy, and supplies between storage, processing, and packing areas, using dolly or hand truck.
Fills bags with bulk items, inserts toys or prizes in containers, and packs, labels, or wraps cartons for shipment.
Assembles or forms confectionery items on assembly line or table, performing duties, such as pressing candy onto wafers to make candy waffles, and sprinkling sugar onto gum candy prior to cutting.
Empties, cleans, or brushes molds, trays, utensils, containers, and equipment used in cooking, forming, and cooling candy.
May be designated according to equipment fed or specific task.
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