If you are looking for temporary employment in Canada, you can apply to the National Employment Service’s newly advertised position for Mexicans to work in the country of the maple leaf for nine months.
The position is offered by a Quebec-based company specializing in the processing of fish and shellfish, a task that the selected Mexican must perform.
The company is offering the position of Seafood Processing Associate at a salary of 20,000 Mexican pesos per month.
As this is an offer published by the Department of Labor and Welfare, there is peace of mind that this is a safe and legal position for Mexicans wishing to work in Canada.
The contract offered by the company is for a period of nine months, full-time. The solicitation states that employees’ non-working hours and days change depending on the season.
In addition to the salary of 20,000 Mexican pesos per month and the nine-month contract, the company in Canada grants other benefits to the workers.
Employees receive life insurance, medical insurance, and the opportunity to join a union.
The hired Mexican worker will be dedicated to unloading and transporting fish and shellfish. You also have to identify, classify, clean, and pack the product at the end of the process.
From the Department of Labor and Social Affairs’ call, these are the company’s requirements in Canada for employment:
I graduated high school.
Have availability for travel to Canada.
Evidence of at least one year of seafood processing experience
You have knowledge of handling and shelling shellfish, as well as measuring and filling ingredients.
Possess skills such as adapting to change, being proactive, and working in a team.
No knowledge of English or French is required for this job, even though the Mexican will be working in Canada.