New Brunswick Farm Jobs

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Senior VFX Artist - Fae Farm
Phoenix Labs - null, null, ca
Work closely with artists, designers, programmers, and audio staff to ensure that visual effects are of a very high quality and enhance the overall game experience.Ability to create all art needed for the visual effects, including FX concept, proto, and final FX.Execute on a range of visual effects more.

farm labourer
Les Fermes GAM Michaud Farms - Saint André, New Brunswick, ca
Education: No degree, certificate or diploma.Experience: Experience an asset.Pack, weigh and stack bound and finished products on pallet for shipment.Work conditions and physical capabilities.Work Language: English or French.Hours: 40 to 44 hours per more.

general labourer - farm
Maple Grove Orchards - null, null, ca
Fruit and vegetable combination farming. Operate and maintain farm machinery and equipment. more.

food processing labourer
Nadeau Poultry Farm Limited - Saint-François de Madawaska, New Brunswick, ca
Education: No degree, certificate or diploma.Transport raw materials, finished products and packaging materials.Feed flattened boxes into forming machines to construct containers.Remove filled containers from conveyors.Manually pack goods into bags and boxes or other containers.Feed and unload more.

retail store supervisor
Kin's Farm Market - null, null, ca
Education: Secondary (high) school graduation certificate.Experience: 1 year to less than 2 years.Assign sales workers to duties.Hire and train or arrange for training of staff.Authorize return of merchandise.Prepare reports on sales volumes, merchandising and personnel matters.Organize and more.

general labourer - farm
Market Maker Agriculture Inc - null, null, ca
Operate and maintain farm machinery and equipment. more.

farm supervisor
Assist in the development and implementation of farm safety and bio-security procedures. Co-ordinate and supervise the work of general farm workers and harvesting labourers. Ensure farm safety and bio-security procedures are followed. Operate and maintain farm machinery and equipment. more.

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GreenTech Resources Worldwide Canada - null, null, ca
Assist in the development and implementation of farm safety and bio-security procedures. Issues farm implements and machinery, ladders, or containers to workers and collects them at end of workday. Drives and operates farm machinery, such as trucks, tractors, or self-propelled harvesters, to more.

farm supervisor
Maud Enterprises Inc. - null, null, ca
Education: No degree, certificate or diploma.Experience: Experience an asset.Involves duties and responsibilities that lead to positive environmental outcomes.On-site recreation and activities.Hours: 40 to 60 hours per more.

Sharpe Farm Supplies - null, null, ca
Education: No degree, certificate or diploma.Experience: 1 year to less than 2 years.Load, unload and move products and materials by hand or with basic material handling equipment.Operate a variety of equipment to load, unload and move materials and products.Organize and maintain inventory.Perform more.

Mucci Farms - null, null, ca
Mucci Farms is achieving a culture and work environment that is supportive of employees with disabilities and promotes dignity, independence, integration, and equal opportunity. Thank-you to all candidates for applying and showing interest in Mucci Farms Ltd. more.

Insurance Agent
Texas Farm Bureau - null, null, ca
We employ over 720 individuals in the three companies - Texas Farm Bureau, Texas Farm Bureau Business Corporation and Texas Farm Bureau Casualty Insurance Company. Texas Farm Bureau Business Corporation provides administrative support services to Texas Farm Bureau and its affiliated insurance more.

general labourer - farm
SMILER SERVICES LTD - null, null, ca
Other miscellaneous crop farming. Operate and maintain farm machinery and equipment. Load, unload and transfer crates, supplies and farm produce, livestock and poultry. more.

farm worker, poultry
Atlantic Poultry Inc. - Burtts Corner, New Brunswick, ca
Operate and maintain farm machinery and equipment. more.

SKT Farm Market - null, null, ca
Education: No degree, certificate or diploma.Sweep, mop, wash and polish floors.Vacuum carpeting, area rugs, draperies and upholstered furniture.Clean, disinfect and polish kitchen and bathroom fixtures and appliances.Disinfect operating rooms and other areas.Wash windows, walls and more.

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Directory of Farms, Orchards, etc

Note: The information below is simply a list of farms, growers, or orchards in the New Brunswick area. Being listed below does not necessarily mean that they are currently looking to hire labor. You should contact them to inquire about employment availabilities

Bostwick’s U-Pick Apples
36 Bostwick Rd, Kingston Peninsula, Saint John, NB E5N 1A3
Harvest Time: August – November
Main Crops: Apples, Pumpkins, Squash
Corn Hill Nursery
2700 Rt 890, Corn Hill, NB E4Z 1M2
Harvest Time: Year Round
Main Crops: Nursery Plants, Bedding Plants, Roses, Trees
Everett Family Orcherd
32 Everett Ln, Fredericton, NB E3E 1G8
Harvest Time: August – October
Main Crops: Apples
Ferme Marcel Goguen
475 Chemin Cocagne Sud, Cocagne, NB E4R 2K2
Harvest Time: August – November
Main Crops: Apples, Pumpkins, Squash
Harper’s U-Pick
2937 Main St, Hillsborough, NB E4H 2X9
Harvest Time: April – September
Main Crops: Flowers, Raspberries, Blackberries, Elderberries, Gooseberries, Currants, Seasonal Fruits
Haynes Berry Farm
478 Plymouth Rd, Plymouth, NB E7M 5Y4
506-328 8264
Harvest Time: May – September
Main Crops: Strawberries
La Ferme Michaud Farm
739 Rt 475, Bouctouche Bay, NB E4S 4N9
Harvest Time: April – October
Main Crops: Strawberries, Beets, Carrots, Onions, Melons, Peas, Seasonal Fruits, Seasonal Vegetables
La Fleur du Pommier
79 R Goguen St, Cocagne, NB E0A 1K0
Harvest Time: April – October
Main Crops: Apples, Carrots, Onions, Pears, Pumpkins, Corn, Seasonla Fruits, Seasonal Vegetables
Le Verger Goguen
404 White Settlement Rd, Cocagne, NB E4R 3P5
Harvest Time: April – October
Main Crops: Potatoes, Apples, Squash, Prunes, Broccoli, Cabbages, Seasonal Fruits, Seasonal Vegetables
Les Petits Fruits de Pré-d’en-Haut
831 Pré-d’en-Haut St, Memramcook, NB E4K 1K8
Harvest Time: July – September
Main Crops: Blueberries
Mortar & Pestle Organic Farm
3689 Rt 16, Melrose, NB E4M 1X3
Harvest Time: April – October
Main Crops: Pumpkins, Raspberries, Strawberries, Seasonal Vegetables, Seasonal Fruits
Poirier Strawberry Farm
11 Perry Rd, Bouctouche, NB E4S 4T3
Harvest Time: May – September
Main Crops: Strawberries, Tomatoes, Seasonal Vegetables, Seasonal Fruits
River View Orchards
227 Rt 616, Keswick, NB E6L 1R9
Harvest Time: August – October
Main Crops: Apples
Sunset U-pick
49 Ferris St, Fredericton, NB E3A 4W9
Harvest Time: May – September
Main Crops: Strawberries, Raspberries
Verger Belliveau Orchard
Pré-d’en-Haut, 1209 Principale St, Memramcook, NB E4K 2S6
Harvest Time: August – October
Main Crops: Apples

Working in New Brunswick

New Brunswick represents the third-smallest Canadian province by both land and total surface area. Sparsely populated, the region contains only 750,000 citizens. No one city-proper features a population over 70,000, even the capital city of Fredericton. However, the North American territory boasts a thriving agricultural economy employing over 13,000 people and producing revenues in excess of $1 billion CAD. The sea-bordering province maintains large aquaculture and fishing industries in addition to traditional crop-growing and livestock-raising enterprises. Around 2,700 farms operate throughout the area comprising roughly 375,500 acres of land. All agricultural outfits, including aquaculture practices and fisheries, receive government assistance from the Canadian Department of Agriculture.

Farms in New Brunswick produce commodities fit for the harsh winters and maritime landscapes associated with the region. Aquaculture and fishing businesses specialize in oyster and salmon farming as well as the cultivation of several freshwater species found in the Bay of Fundy in the southwest portions of the province. Top plant crops include apples, cranberries, soybeans, canola, alfalfa, clover, barley, spring wheat, and oats. Livestock and dairy farming account for over $220 million CAD in sales receipts. A major not-for-profit organization called Milk 2020 collects proceeds from sales taken in by dairy farmers and dairy processors alike and repurposes the funds to instill the industry and partner universities and other research facilities with members of the community to help businesses grow.

Moderately sunny year-round, the area experiences winter-like conditions beginning in November when the first snows fall and extending into early May. The average temperature for each month rarely peaks above 70 degrees Fahrenheit, even during the summer. Fall and winter low temperatures often dip into sub-zero territories after factoring in wind chills. According to climate data generated for the maritime City of Moncton, only four months out of the year possess lows above 40 degrees Fahrenheit, with average annual temps resting right at 41 degrees Fahrenheit. Consistent precipitation and cooler weather present challenges for crops; however, pushes for organic farming methods incorporating large greenhouses enable non-native commodities to grow despite climate-related adversities.

New Brunswick serves as the only Canadian province in which both French and English represent constitutionally sponsored languages. The equal prevalence of both languages presents certain obstacles for job seekers looking for agricultural work in the territory. Migrant workers often encounter the most trouble locating employment in the region, as dissimilarities in languages spoken often create barriers for applicants of different nationalities. However, most farms, and the area in general, cater to English speakers and only require fruit and vegetable pickers as well as other types of farmhands to comprehend and use the one language efficiently. Outside of speaking abilities, most entry-level farm jobs require minimal experience for employment consideration, if any.

Individual farms pull in close to $85,000 CAD throughout the area, on average. Starting pay for farm hands and other agricultural workers, including fruit and vegetable pickers, hovers around $10.40 CAD per hour. Supervisor positions and other leadership roles often pay hourly rates near $11.30 CAD. Technical careers within the industry start employees out at over $13.25 CAD an hour. New Brunswick agricultural employees enjoy seven paid holidays per calendar year and two weeks paid vacation or one day off for each month worked. Other job benefits may become available in the form of healthcare options, Canada pension plans (CPP), and bonuses for strong work performance.