PEREIRA & MONIZ LANDSCAPE CONTRACTORS INC . is looking for a Farm Worker to work at our client’s farm in Duagh, AB . The position is seasonal and will start as soon as possible. This is a perfect opportunity for candidates interested in working on the land and having experience with animals.
The primary responsibility of this farmworker job is to assist in all aspects of animal husbandry, including feeding, watering, cleaning, milking, vaccinations, health care, etc. The candidate must have a basic knowledge of animal husbandry.
Farm worker job in Canada can be both physically and mentally challenging. The job involves hard labour, long hours, and the potential for exposure to elements such as extreme heat, cold and various chemicals used in farming. There is a lot of variety to this type of work, and so it is great for someone who enjoys being outdoors and working with their hands. Here is an overview of what a farm worker job description looks like in Canada
Farm workers will typically work on large farms or rural agricultural land across Canada. They may be responsible for tending to fields and crops, caring for animals or operating machinery. Depending on the employer, certain roles may involve more physical labour than others. It is important to keep in mind that some roles are seasonally-dependent and require extended-hours during peak seasons if required by the employer.
A typical day of work may involve planting seeds in a field, harvesting crops throughout season peaks or taking care of livestock needs (i.e., milking cows). It could also include mixing a range of chemicals to aid plant growth throughout each growing season or utilizing safe operating practices when dealing with tractors/harvesting machines etc… Other duties may include cleaning up around the farm after tasks have been completed; stocking products accordingly; monitoring weather conditions daily; maintaining equipment properly; keeping detailed records; abiding by local regulations/laws etc…
To perform as a successful farm worker in Canada it is important to possess good physical strength, agility and endurance levels alongside being familiar with specific animal care (i.e beef cattle handling) rules/regulations regarding safety protocols when it comes to handling veterinary medications etc… Furthermore having strong problem solving skills will help when unexpected challenges occur such as harmful pests making their way into crop fields etc… Additionally knowledge surrounding fertilizers/soil fertility management will come in handy too! Finally having basic computer proficiency will enable you to complete administrative tasks without any issues – though employers often provide training programs to upskill individuals who lack this trait too!
Often employers prefer individuals with previous experience within the agricultural industry however there are sometimes exceptions depending on enthusiasm levels shown by applicants who have no prior background knowledge! Those looking for internships/cooperative education placements should note that many institutions require students hold valid driver’s licenses before considering their applications – so make sure you tick off all these points if you wish to be considered for these places!
A typical shift might run from 8am-5pm Monday through Friday but can vary depending on employer expectations (some may offer extended hours or weekend shifts). Some positions also provide overtime pay during peak seasons so look out for those chances if they become available! Generally speaking employees should always expect fluctuating workloads due to changing weather patterns and different land conditions throughout each year period too…so keep tabs on how things change accordingly!
Job Type and Salary
An outdoor, fast-paced job with potential for advancement.
for 48 hours per 48 hours per week
Who Can Apply
Any person with a valid work permit can meet the requirements listed above.
How To Apply
Please send your resume to email@example.com
25103 TWP RD 550
Sturgeon County, AB
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