Fish plant worker | LMIA Approved

Baie Ste Anne Seafoods (2014) Inc. based in Escuminac, NB is inviting applications from suitable candidates for the position of Fish plant worker. Baie Ste Anne Seafoods (2014) Inc. has been processing and selling seafood harvested from the rich and pristine fishing grounds of the North Atlantic. We provide customers around the globe with the tastiest seafood available anywhere. It’s not a job – it’s a family passion. The candidates who will get selected for the vacancy will be required to start the work as soon as possible. The position of Fish plant worker is approved by LMIA (Labour Market Impact Assessment)

Job Description:

Employer Name: Baie Ste Anne Seafoods (2014) Inc
Position: Fish plant worker
No of Vacancies: 50
Salary: $15.69 hourly 30 to 70 hours per week
Employment Type: Permanent employment – Full time
Location: 143 Escuminac Point rd, Escuminac, NB E9A 1V6
Shifts
: Day, Evening, Night, Weekend, Shift, Overtime, On Call, Flexible Hours, Early Morning, Morning
Transportation information: Own transportation, Public transportation is not available

Requirements:

Languages: Candidates must have knowledge of the English or French Language
Education: Candidates don’t need standard educational qualifications
Experience: Candidates don’t need experience although having experience is an asset
Field work location experience:  New Brunswick, Newfoundland, Nova Scotia, Prince, Edward Island, Quebec
Own tools/equipment: Steel-toed safety boots

Physical Requirements:

  • The candidates should be physically demanding, and a repetitive tasker
  • The candidates should be able to work with attention to detail
  • The candidates should be able to stand, bend, crouch, and kneel for extended periods
  • The candidates should be willing to for overtime
  • The candidates should be able to handle Hand-eye co-ordination
  • The candidates should be able to handle heavy loads
  • The candidates should be able to do manual dexterity

Other Requirements:

  • The candidate should be flexible, reliable, and be able to work as a team player

Candidate Status:

  • Canadian citizen and permanent or temporary foreign workers of Canada are eligible for this position.
  • International Candidates who don’t have a valid Canadian work permit also can apply

Responsibilities:

  • The candidates should be able to cut, clean and trim fish or seafood prior to marketing or further processing, scrape away scales, cut fish, separate fillets and remove scrap parts using knife
  • The candidates should be able to check fish fillets to determine optimal number and size of fillet sections, cut sections according to specifications and place in container for weighing, check products and packaging for defects and to ensure conformance to company standards and perform corrective machine adjustments as required
  • The candidates should be able to disjoint and remove meat from lobsters or other crustaceans preparatory to canning or further processing, record production information
  • The candidates should be able to set up and operate machines to can, bag, box or otherwise package fish and seafood products
  • The candidates should be able to set up and operate machines to clean, cut, cook, smoke, brine, dehydrate or otherwise process fish or seafood products

Benefits:

  • The candidates will get bonus and free parking

How to apply:

If the position is fit for you and the basic requirements are fulfilled then you can now apply (along with your resume) through below mentioned details.

By Email:
jobs@daleynl.ca

In person:
143 Escuminac Point rd
Escuminac, NB
E9A 1V6
Between 09:00 AM and 04:00 PM

 

 

 

We thank all the applicants for showing their interest and trust in us, however, only the most eligible candidates will be selected and conducted for further procedure directly from employers, in between no charges/fees or original documents will be asked from any applicant. All the best!

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