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Oct
9
2014

Who Else Wants to Work in Canada?

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Hey fella Filipino! Are you looking for a job in a foreign country, other than that of the Middle East? Well, why not try applying for a job opening in Canada? It is a country with a growing number of Filipino migrants who’ve chosen to live and work abroad. Filipinos have chosen Canada as their second home because of the high compensation, a better and cleaner environment, and a good governance of the authorities.

We’ve compiled these job openings for Filipinos who are dreaming and wanting to work in Canada.

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Job Openings:

1. 50 Welders – Male, 24 to 45 years old, possess at least high school diploma and with 5 years working experience.
2. 50 Steel Fixer – Male, 24 to 45 years old, possess at least high school diploma and with 6 years working experience.
3. 50 Pipe Fitter – Male, 24 to 45 years old, possess at least high school diploma and with 5 years working experience.
4. 50 Heavy Equipment Mechanic – Male, 25 to 45 years old, possess at least high school diploma and with 5 years working experience.
5. 50 Carpenters – Male, 24 to 45 years old, have at least high school diploma and with 6 years working experience.
6. 10 Line Cook – Male or Female, 25 to 35 years old, with at least 3 years working experience.
7. 50 Chef/ Cook – Male or Female, 23 to 40 years old, attained at least college level (undergraduate) and with 3 years working experience.
8. 15 Finishing Carpenter – Male or Female, 23 to 45 years old, have at least vocational diploma / short course certificate, and with 3 years working experience.
9. 10 Automotive Technician – Male or Female, 23-45 years old, must have at least vocational diploma / short course certificate and 3 years working experience.
10. 10 Caregiver – Male or Female, 23 to 45 years old, with at least a vocational diploma / short course certificate and 3 years working experience.
11. 3 Farm labourer – Female, 23 to 45 years old, at least college level (undergraduate) and with 3 years working experience.

 

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Jul
22
2014

Job Opportunities in Canada for Pinoy Workers

Looking for opportunities in Canada? These jobs may be for you!

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Click on the position to see job details and send your online resume.

 

100 Commercial Fishermen (21-40 years old)

5 Welders (25-40 years old)

200 Carpenters (24-45 years old)

50 Heavy Equipment Mechanics (25-45 years old)

50 Pipe Fitters (25-45 years old)

100 Steel Fixers (24-45 years old)

30 Nurses (23-45 years old)

10 Electrical Estimators (25-48 years old)

 

Agencies that posted the job vacancies:

  • Greenearth Global Resources Services, Inc.
  • Primeworld Manpower Agency
  • STB-DJL Human Link Inc.
  • Archangel Global Solutions, Inc.
  • Aureus Manpower and Consultancy Corp.
  • Human Aggregates Phils., Inc.

 

These jobs are advertised by different recruitment agencies. For more information and further questions, please contact the recruitment agency directly.

 

Jobs posted may be for manpower pooling or urgent hiring. Please verify the details to the recruitment agency.

 

Source: WorkAbroad.ph

 

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May
30
2014

More occupations added in Canada worker programs

If you are planning to settle in Canada with your family for good, worker programs that lead to permanent residency have been offered in the recent years by the Canadian government.

At present, Filipinos and other nationalities can work and live permanently in Canada through the following worker schemes:

  • Federal Skilled Worker Program (FSWP)
  • Federal Skilled Trade Program (FSTP)
  • Canadian Experience Class (CEC)

For this year, more eligible occupations were added in the list to qualify for employment and permanent residency programs in Canada.

The three different worker programs accept a certain number of eligible applicants who, apart from being eligible in the occupations under the worker program, are assessed based on their language skills, adaptability, educational background, work experience, age and available arranged employment.

See the complete list of eligible occupations for FSWP

See the complete list of eligible occupations for FTSP

See the complete list of eligible occupations for CNC

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May
14
2014

Canada suspends hiring for fast food sector

The presence of Temporary Foreign Workers, Filipinos and other nationalities alike has been a recurring issue in the past months in Canada. Because of this, several industries and business sectors are affected, either they are being understaffed or were not able to hire more employees at all.

Foreign workers are vital in the Canadian economy as they are the go-to people of businesses that settled in Canada in cases where Canadian citizens are not qualified for the jobs available.

However, a moratorium has been issued suspending the hiring of foreign workers in the fast food industry in Canada; thus, the following jobs are affected:

  • food counter attendants;
  • kitchen helpers and related occupations;
  • restaurant and food service managers;
  • food service supervisors;
  • food and beverage servers;
  • cashiers;
  • chefs;
  • cooks;
  • bakers;
  • sales, marketing and advertising managers;
  • retail trade manager;
  • accommodation service managers and other services managers;
  • retail trade supervisors;
  • executive housekeepers;
  • dry cleaning and laundry supervisors, and other services supervisors;
  • technical sales specialists on wholesale trade;
  • butchers, meat cutters, and fishmongers (retail and wholesale);
  • sales representatives in wholesale trade (non-technical);
  • retail salespersons and sales clerks;
  • maîtres d’hotel and hosts/hostesses;
  • bartenders and other personal service occupations;
  • grocery clerks and store shelf stockers, and other elemental sales occupations;
  • security guards and related occupations;
  • light duty cleaners;
  • specialized cleaners;
  • janitors, caretakers, and building superintendents;
  • dry cleaning and laundry occupations; and
  • ironing, pressing, and finishing occupations and other elemental service occupations.

Employers and business owners in the fast food industry have been accused of abusing the Temporary Foreign Worker Program (TFWP), where employers are allowed to hire migrant workers when Canadian applicants are not deemed qualified for the job.

Canada’s Federal Employment is yet to announce when the moratorium will be lifted, but if the suspension of hiring will last for months, many businesses in Canada are feared to close down.

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Published in: OFW Warnings
Dec
9
2013

How to Work as a Caregiver in Canada

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Filipinos can foresee an opportunity to work in Canada by next year as they seek workers to be employed under their Live-in Caregiver Program. Canada sees a possible 17,500 hiring of caregivers to fill the caregiver positions that Canadian professionals were not able to occupy

THE REQUIREMENTS

The four main requirements to be able to qualify for Canada’s Live-in Care Program (LCP) are as follows:

  1. have successfully completed the equivalent of a Canadian high school education (Canadian high school is equivalent to 12 years, the Philippines has 10 years. one must have at least another 2-years post-secondary education to meet this requirement);
  2. have six months of full-time training in a classroom setting** or twelve months of full-time paid employment, including at least six months of continuous employment within the past 3 years with one employer in a field or occupation related to the job the applicant is seeking as a live-in caregiver;
  3. must be able to speak, read and understand either English or French at a level that allows the applicant to function independently in a home setting (applicants are encouraged to take the IELTS or TEF as a proof of language proficiency);
  4. must have a written employment contract between the applicant and his/her future employer. The contract must define the job duties, hours of work, salary and benefits.

** For Philippine applicants, a six-month training course must be taken from an accredited training school by Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA). On-the-job training (OJT) or a practicum is not considered part of the required training, as well as correspondence courses, evening and weekend classes, nor they are considered full-time.

Read the Step by Step Procedures in Applying for Canada’s Live-In Caregiver Program here!

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