General Farm Worker with Visa Sponsorship in Canada

Fédération de l'UPA de la Montérégie
    April 18, 2024
    3800 Boulevard Casavant Ouest, Saint-Hyacinthe, Quebec, Canada, J2S8E3, Quebec, Canada
    Job Type


    Job in Canada General Farm with Visa Sponsorship

    Are you passionate about agriculture and working in the great outdoors? Do you dream of starting a career in farming and want to experience the vast landscapes of Canada? If so, we have an exciting opportunity for you. We are seeking dedicated individuals interested in a job in Canada as a General Farm Worker with visa sponsorship. In this article, we will provide you with a comprehensive job description and guide you through the application process. Let's explore the possibilities!

    Job Details:

    • Employer Name: Fédération de l'UPA de la Montérégie
    • Position: General Farm Worker
    • No of Vacancies: 1
    • Salary: $22.00 hourly / 20 to 40 hours per week
    • Employment Type: Full-time,  Part-time
    • Location: 3800 Boulevard Casavant Ouest, Saint-Hyacinthe, Quebec, Canada, J2S8E3


    • No degree certificate or diploma


    • 3 years to less than 5 years

    Job Title and Overview

    Job Title: General Farm Worker with Visa Sponsorship
    Job Overview: As a General Farm Worker, you will play a vital role in the day-to-day operations of a farm. You will assist with various tasks related to crop cultivation, livestock care, and general farm maintenance. This position offers a hands-on experience in the agricultural industry.

    Job Responsibilities

    In this role, your primary responsibilities may include:

    1. Crop Cultivation: Participate in all stages of crop production, including planting, watering, fertilizing, and harvesting. Follow farming best practices and adhere to safety regulations.

    2. Livestock Care: Assist in the care and management of livestock, such as feeding, watering, and cleaning animal enclosures. Monitor animal health and report any concerns to the farm supervisor.

    3. Equipment Operation: Operate farm machinery and equipment, such as tractors, harvesters, and irrigation systems. Ensure proper maintenance and safe operation of machinery.

    4. General Maintenance: Perform general maintenance tasks around the farm, including repairing fences, maintaining irrigation systems, and cleaning farm buildings.

    5. Harvesting and Packing: Help with the harvesting of crops and packing them for transportation or storage. Ensure proper handling and packaging techniques to maintain product quality.

    6. Farm Record-Keeping: Maintain accurate records of daily activities, including crop yields, livestock inventory, and farm expenses. Assist with inventory management and data entry.

    7. Safety and Compliance: Follow safety protocols and guidelines to ensure a safe working environment. Adhere to health and safety regulations and participate in training programs as required.

    Qualifications and Requirements

    To be eligible for the General Farm Worker position in Canada, you should meet the following qualifications and requirements:

    1. Physical Stamina: Possess physical fitness and stamina to perform manual labor tasks in various weather conditions. Farm work can be physically demanding.

    2. Flexibility and Adaptability: Be willing to work flexible hours, including weekends and holidays, as farming operations may require round-the-clock attention.

    3. Agricultural Knowledge: Have a basic understanding of agricultural practices, including crop cultivation, livestock care, and farm machinery operation. Previous farming experience is an advantage.

    4. Teamwork Skills: Demonstrate the ability to work effectively in a team environment. Farms often require collaboration with other workers to achieve daily tasks.

    5. Communication Skills: Possess good communication skills to interact with farm supervisors, co-workers, and other stakeholders effectively. Basic English proficiency is typically required.

    6. Valid Driver's License: Hold a valid driver's license, as some farms may require transportation of goods or equipment.

    Visa Sponsorship and Benefits

    We understand that pursuing a career in farming in a foreign country can be a significant endeavor. That's why we offer visa sponsorship for selected candidates. With our sponsorship, you will have the opportunity to work legally in Canada as a General Farm Worker. In addition to visa sponsorship, we provide the following benefits:

    • Competitive salary and compensation package
    • Accommodation assistance
    • Health insurance coverage
    • Paid vacation and sick leave
    • Opportunities for career growth and development

    Application Process

    To apply for the General Farm Worker position in Canada with visa sponsorship, follow these steps:

    Contact person
    CEA Centre d'emploi agricole


    1. Fill out the online application form, providing accurate and detailed information about your qualifications, experience, and availability.
    2. Attach your updated resume, highlighting any relevant farming experience or certifications.
    3. Submit your application, and our recruitment team will review it carefully.
    4. Shortlisted candidates will be contacted for further assessments and interviews.
    5. If selected, you will receive guidance and support throughout the visa sponsorship process.


    Embarking on a job in Canada as a General Farm Worker with visa sponsorship is an excellent opportunity to gain valuable experience in the agricultural industry while exploring the beautiful landscapes of Canada. Apply today and start your journey towards a rewarding career in farming!


    1. Do I need prior farming experience to apply for this job? While prior farming experience is advantageous, it is not always a requirement. We consider candidates with a strong interest in agriculture and a willingness to learn.

    2. Will I receive training for operating farm machinery? Yes, selected candidates will receive training for operating farm machinery and equipment. Safety protocols and proper usage will be covered during the training.

    3. Can I bring my family with me to Canada? The possibility of bringing family members depends on the specific visa regulations. Our team can guide you through the process and provide information on family sponsorship.

    4. What types of crops and livestock are commonly found on Canadian farms? Canadian farms grow a wide range of crops, including wheat, corn, soybeans, fruits, and vegetables. Livestock farming includes cattle, poultry, pigs, and sheep, among others.

    5. How long does the visa sponsorship process take? The visa sponsorship process timeline can vary. Our team will assist you throughout the process and provide updates on the progress.

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