Canada is looking for Mexicans (who do not speak English) to work, with a salary of up to $42,000

Canada He needs labor and is looking for it Mexicans are interested in work As workers in a seafood processing plant.

Ministry of Labor and Social Welfare Employment Portal, Post the vacancy It stated that a stipend of up to $42,000 per month is offered to those who are selected.

They noted that “the salary offered is an estimate and may vary depending on the Quebec minimum wage and the conditions of the season.”

Canada It is one of the countries receiving the most immigrants to work legally. It has various programs for hiring workers from all sectors, not just professionals.

The mexican government has an alliance to send workers to canada and Posting vacancies on the recruitment portal. The variety of offers is wide and covers different sectors: farmers, welders, mechanics, laboratory workers and professionals, such as accountants, can apply. If you are interested in a job vacancy for a fish and seafood factory worker, be sure to take note.

Those selected must be available to work in the 2023 hunting season at various plants located in the provinces of Quebec, New Brunswick, and Newfoundland.

Activities to do at work in Canada

Workers will be responsible for cleaning and adjusting machinery in use and cleaning work areas to maintain hygiene and health standards. In addition to packing, weighing and stacking finished products on pallets.

Some will take care of Unloading and loading of shellfish, molluscs and fish on trailers or fishing boats. Others measure and discharge ingredients into the hoppers of mixing and crushing machines that are used to manufacture products.

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Other tasks include:

Check and record sensory qualities of marine products (vitality, safety, freshness, etc.).

– Peel off the lobster shell and remove the meat for bagging and canning.

– Registration and classification of production.

-Brush and crab.

-Shortcut fish and fillets for wrapping and/or freezing.

Requirements to work in Canada

The documents required for submission are: 1) Employment Portal CV; 2) A valid passport or a renewal date before the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. 3) Certificate of Studies 4) Recent letters proving the required work experience. 5) proof of address; 6) INE and 7) CURP.

Minimum Requirements Secondary.

Experience: 1 – 2 years as a fish and seafood factory worker

People must be able to lift up to 25 kilograms.

Hand-eye coordination, manual dexterity, and physical ability are required to perform repetitive tasks while standing for long periods.

What does the company offer in Canada?

The salary offered by the company ranges from $30,000 to $42,000 pesos per month. You work from 9:00am to 6:00pm on a fixed contract and there are statutory benefits depending on the destination county.

Workers have health insurance, overtime wages, hiring process

How do you apply to work in Canada?

Interested applicants should apply for a job offer at This link is for the recruitment portal preferably earlier November 26, 2022. The Mexican agency will review your resume and experience. After that, a selected group of candidates will be presented to the company and those selected will be interviewed for the final stage, which is the signing of the contract.

The company and the Ministry of Labor and Social Welfare are involved in managing the work permit, handing out plane tickets, and setting work start dates.

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The Mexican government can place qualified citizens for jobs in Canada through the National Employment Service’s Work Abroad program. When there are vacancies, they are posted on the page

The Canadian government is preparing to welcome up 451,000 new permanent residents in 2024.

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