A Canadian company is looking for Mexicans interested in working in a seafood processing factory. The plant is located in the province of quebec and workers are needed to work in the 2023 fishing season.
The vacancy was published by the Employment Portalbelonging to the Ministry of Labor and Social Welfare, so migration is completely legal and the unit supports the requirements and work permits.
Activities to do in Canada
Those selected for the job will be responsible for receive the product to wash it, clean it and pass it on to the next step of seafood processing.
Characteristics of work in Canada
The Canadian company offers a 6 month contract which includes medical and life insurance. Provide roundtrip transportation and charge employees $850 Mexican pesos for offering them accommodation.
The work is carried out from 5:00 p.m. to 2:00 a.m., but they point out that they can vary depending on the workload, rotation and quantity of product.
Requirements for work in Canada
-Experience of 6 months to 1 year as a processing worker, preferably in fish and shellfish.
-The only academic knowledge required is knowing how to read and write.
–Speaking English or French is not required.
-Applicant must submit resume and letters of recommendation proving recent work experience.
-To have valid passport.
– Submit proof of address, INE and CURP.
The recruitment process starts on August 2, 2022 and it will last two weeks.
How to apply to work in Canada?
Interested applicants should apply for the job offer at this link to the Employment Portal preferably before August 7, 2022. The Mexican dependency will review your CV and experience. Afterwards, they will present a selection of candidates to the company and those chosen will be interviewed for the final phase, which is the signing of the contract.
The company and the Ministry of Labor and Social Welfare are involved in the management of the work permit, the delivery of plane tickets and the definition of dates to start work.
The Mexican government can place eligible citizens in jobs in Canada through the National Employment Service’s Work Abroad program. When there are vacancies available, they are published on the page. https://www.empleo.gob.mx/trabajo-en-el-extranjero.
The Canadian government is preparing to receive up to 451,000 new permanent residents in 2024.