The average pay for a Color Shader is $29,102 a year and $14 an hour in Nova Scotia, Canada.
The average salary range for a Color Shader is between $22,879 and $34,166.
This compensation analysis is based on salary survey data collected directly from employers and anonymous employees in Nova Scotia, Canada.
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Mixes pigments or base colors with paints, enamels, or lacquers to match standard or sample colors, following formulas and standard color samples.
Starts agitator in tank filled with basic paint product.
Pours pigments or base colors from containers and dumps specified amounts into tank to color basic product.
Smears sample of batch on glass or paper, using spatula or brush, and compares sample with standard color, using colorimeter.
Repeats operation to attain specified shade.
Records ingredients added on batch ticket.
Ladles sample into container, writes identifying data on container, and submits sample to laboratory for final color, gloss, weight, and viscosity tests.
May add materials to thin batch thinner.
May remove foreign matter from batch, using centrifuge centrifuge operator.