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 Job Title: Grain Farm Worker

# of Vacancies: 8 vacancies
Term: Full-time, Permanent
Company: Monette Farms Ltd.
Mailing Address: Box 1298, Swift Current, SK S9H 3X4
Business Address & Locations of Work: South Farm location SE 30-11-13-W3 near Swift Current, SK 
Wage: $22.00 - $23.00 per/hour depending on experience
Education Requirement:  No Formal Requirement 
Experience Requirement: 1-2 years related farming experience
Language at Work Place : English 
Job Description:
Monette Farms Ltd. is one of Western Canada’s largest grain farm operations with farm locations near Swift Current SK, Regina SK and Prince Alberta SK.  They are currently seeking grain farm workers to join their growing operation at their South Farm operation.  Once the successful candidates complete a probationary period, they will be eligible to enroll in a comprehensive employee benefits plan, including extended health and dental care, as well as performance bonuses.  Accommodation options are available.  If you have 1-2 years of related experience in an agricultural setting and would like to be part of a great team, apply today.
Job Duties & Skills:
Carrying out planting, fertilizing, cultivating, spraying and harvesting operations
Ability to operate and maintain farm machinery equipment
Experience with modern farm equipment  
Ability to perform physically demanding tasks
General farm duties as required
If you would like to apply for this position, please send your resume and references by email reply to this ad or by mail to Monette Farms Ltd, Attn: Grain Farm Worker Position, Box 1298 Swift Current SK S9H 3X4.
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Job Title Grain Farm Worker
Date Posted 2019-Oct-17
Expiry Date 2020-Apr-17
Ad ID:19836
Post Details
Posted By Monette Farms Ltd.
City or Province Swift Current, Saskatchewan
Location Saskatchewan
Job Type Full-time
Classification Agriculture and Natural Resources