- Company Name : GreenTech Resources Ltd
- Qualification : 10th Pass, 12th Pass, Any Graduation
- Industry : Private
- Work Hours : 8 Hours
- Experience : Freshers
- Salary : CAD 1000 To CAD 1500 Per Month
- Location : Toronto, Ontario, Canada M4B 1B3
General farm workers plant, cultivate and harvest crops, raise livestock and poultry and maintain and repair farm equipment and buildings. This unit group includes operators of farm machinery. They are employed on the crop, livestock, fruit, vegetable and specialty farms.
This group performs some or all of the following duties:
- Crops are planted, fertilized, cultivated, sprayed, irrigated, and harvested.
- Animals and poultry must be fed and cared for.
- Cows that produce milk
- Farm animal breeding operations should be performed or assisted with.
- Farm machinery and equipment are operated and maintained.
- Follow food safety and security standards, as well as animal biosecurity protocols.
- Inspect crops, cattle, and poultry for illness and other health issues.
- Examine the quality of the product and get it ready for the market.
- In barns, pens, and poultry coops, install and monitor water lines, airflow, and temperature.
- Clean stables, barns, barnyards, and pens, as well as assist with the maintenance of facilities and agricultural infrastructure.
- General agricultural labourers can specialize in a specific sort of crèche.
This is what you typically need for the job.
- There are no specific education or training requirements. However, a college certificate or specialized courses related to farming, such as farm equipment mechanics, agricultural welding, tree pruning and pesticide application, are available.
- Basic farm knowledge, usually obtained from working on a family farm, may be required for employment.
- A course or certificate in first aid may be required.
The booming economy of Canada is a testimony to the ever growing job sector. Over the last few years, the country has experienced a surge in the number of jobs, especially in the hospitality industry, retail industry and Information Technology.
The service sector has been enjoying the most growth with the most number of vacancy and GDP generation, as compared to the industrial sector and agricultural sector.
Most of the jobs are concentrated in the major cities like Toronto, Vancouver, Ottawa, Calgary and Quebec. The unemployment rate in these big cities is hence lower, as compared to smaller provinces.
This trend has been attributed to the lack of availability of skilled workforce in Canada. By employing immigrants, the companies are trying to fill in the gap extensively.
Other than skilled workers, temporary workers can also find an array of jobs in the country. Students who look for part-time jobs find the most in the hospitality and retail sector, where the pay is considerably paid.
Immigrants who are looking to find a job in Canada can avail our employment services. We help the immigrants get connected with different job portals and send them regular updates on the availability of jobs.
Though the prerequisite for a job is determined by the company, there are a few common parameters for immigrants.
Being fluent in either English or French (better if it is both), proper education qualification and prior experience are absolutely necessary. For immigrants going to Quebec, it is important to possess Level 4 knowledge in French.
Other than helping immigrants find proper employment services, we also connect start-ups with Canadian investors. We offer business consultancy services as well.
Getting a job and subsequently a visa to Canada might seem like a task, however, the real ordeal starts once you get off the plane. Once you start living in the country, a plethora of work has to be done. From house hunting to getting the SIN number, all of these ensure a smooth stay for the immigrant in the country.
To provide you with further relief, we offer a bunch of post-landing services.
- Airport Pickup: Our agent will pick you up from the airport and transfer you to the hotel.
- Accommodation: Once you settle comfortably in the country, which is within 2 or 3 days, our agent helps you look for a house. For students who don’t avail the hostel services can search for shared apartments. Families can look for houses in the premium areas. Our focus is to help you find your dream house in the country but within a budget.
- Opening a bank account: Canada has an advanced financial system, and it is important to open an account in any of the local banks in the country to pay your bills and manage your finance. Our services cover this particular facility as well.
- SIN number: The Social Insurance Number is a nine-digit number that is allotted to everyone who has a job in the country. The SIN number helps you avail benefits and government programs in the country. It is of utmost importance that you get this number with 90 days of living in the country. We help you get your SIN as early as possible.
How To Apply
Before you apply kindly go through the listed below as it would help you during your application
1. Your Personal Finance:
Personal finance is the financial management which an individual or a family unit performs to budget, save, and spend monetary resources over time, taking into account various financial risks and future life events.
When planning personal finances, the individual would consider the suitability to his or her needs of a range of banking products (checking, savings accounts, credit cards and consumer loans) or investment in private equity, (companies’ shares, bonds, mutual funds) and insurance (life insurance, health insurance, disability insurance) products or participation and monitoring of and- or employer-sponsored retirement plans, social security benefits, and income tax management.
2. Insurance :
The decision to get insurance depends on your circumstances and your stage in life, such as:
- moving in with your partner
- starting a family
- buying a home or renting a home or an apartment
- starting a business
- buying a new vehicle
- taking a loan or getting a credit card
Insurance can protect you and your loved ones from financial loss or hardship.
Insurance can help cover costs if something unexpected happens to:
- you or your family
- your vehicle
- your home
- your belongings
- your job
There are many insurance products that cover different types of risks.
Understand your insurance policy
An insurance policy is a legal contract between you (the insured) and the insurance company (the insurer).
An insurance policy specifies:
- which risks are covered by your insurance company
- under what circumstances the insurer will make a payment to you
- how much money, or what type of benefit, you’ll get if you make a claim
Usually the policyholder is the person who owns the insurance policy. In some cases, the policyholder isn’t the insured, but rather a family member or loved one.
The amount of money or benefit you’ll get if you make a claim depends on:
- the amount of damage or loss to your car or home
- your policy for life or health insurance
Make sure you understand what your insurance policy covers and doesn’t cover. Ask questions about anything you don’t understand.
To get insurance you pay a fee called a premium. Usually, you pay the premium monthly, quarterly or yearly. The amount you pay as a premium may change over time for some types of insurance.
The amount you’ll pay as a premium is based on the probability that you’ll make a claim. Insurance companies charge higher premiums to people they think are more likely to make a claim.
Generally, the amount you pay as a premium depends on factors such as:
- the type of insurance
- your age
- your gender
- your medical history for life and health insurance
- the value of the goods insured for home insurance
- the type of car you drive for car insurance
- the amount of coverage you need
- your deductible
- your claim history
- the amount you owe for credit protection insurance
When you pay premiums, your insurance company agrees to pay a certain amount of money for any loss or damages that your policy covers.
Impact of your credit rating on premiums
When you get car or home insurance, an insurance company can charge higher premiums based on your credit rating.
Some provinces have regulations that ban the use of credit reports and credit scores in determining insurance premiums for certain types of insurance.
These provinces are:
- Alberta: car insurance
- Ontario: car insurance
- Newfoundland and Labrador: home and car insurance
The Insurance Bureau of Canada(IBC) represents most home and car insurance companies in Canada. They provide standards to protect consumers when insurers choose to use credit information.
Insurance companies agree to:
- request your consent before collecting and using your credit information
- advise you of your right to opt out of releasing credit information
- advise you of the consequences of opting out of releasing credit information (for example, you may not qualify for the insurer’s best rate or discounts if you have a good credit report)
To confirm if your insurance company is allowed to collect and use your credit information when determining your coverage and premiums, contact your provincial or territorial insurance regulator.
3. Mortgages in Canada :
What is a mortgage
When you buy a home, you may only be able to pay for part of the purchase price. The amount you pay is a down payment. To cover the remaining costs of the home purchase, you may need help from a lender. The loan you get from a lender to help pay for your home is a mortgage.
A mortgage is a legal contract between you and your lender. It specifies the details of your loan and it’s secured on a property, like a house or a condo.
With a secured loan, the lender has a legal right to take your property. They can do so if you don’t respect the conditions of your mortgage. This includes paying on time and maintaining your home.
Unlike most types of loans, with a mortgage:
- your loan is secured by a property
- you may have a balance owing at the end of your contract
- you normally need to renew your contract multiple times until you finish paying your balance in full
- you may have to meet qualification requirements including passing a stress test
- you need a down payment
- you may need to break your contract and pay a penalty
- your loan is typically for an amount in the hundreds of thousands of dollars
What to consider when getting a mortgage
When you shop for a mortgage, your lender or mortgage broker provides you with options. Make sure you understand the options and features. This will help you choose a mortgage that best suits your needs.
This includes your:
- mortgage principal amount
- payment frequency
4. Safety Tips :
We do not promise a job or an interview in exchange for money
Research the job and the company details on the before you apply
Note: There are no shortcuts to success in a career you should struggle a lot to get a very good job that will make your career.
Beware of Career Consulting scams and Recruiting scams. If any HR is asking for money and assuring you to get a job then we will suggest not to with that instead move out and look for another company job.