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Farm Manager
Longviewfarms - null, null, ca
Join us at Longview Farms as we continue to make a significant impact in the realm of Certified Organic agriculture. Managing farm administration by organizing and scheduling meetings, drafting correspondence, managing client/customer relations, maintaining calendars, and generating sales reports. C...read more.

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
Sole Food Street Farms - null, null, ca
SFSF is an internationally recognized social enterprise that transforms vacant urban land into street farms that grow artisan quality fruits and vegetables distributed through farmer’s markets, local restaurants, a CSA program, and donation to the Downtown Eastside community. The Executive Director ...read more.

Farm Supervisor
Servpronorman - null, null, ca
Farm Supervisor - Namaka Farms Inc (LMIA Job Canada). ...read more.

Call for Applicants: Indigenous Programs Manager, Full Time
Farm to Cafeteria Canada - null, null, ca
Farm to Cafeteria Canada (F2CC), in partnership with Indigenous and non-Indigenous organizations, is seeking a full-time Indigenous Programs Manager to lead our Nourishing Indigenous Food and Foodways in Schools initiative. Indigenous School Food CIrcle , which is co-hosted by Farm to Cafeteria Ca...read more.

Assistant Farm Manager
Cavendish Farms - null, null, ca
The Assistant Farm Manager will be responsible for overseeing the day-to-day operations of the farm operation and farm staff. Division of Cavendish Farms) To be based at our farm in New Annan, PE. Reporting to the Farm Manager, the full-time Assistant Farm Manager will be a safety conscious, energet...read more.

Grain Farm Operator Government Job in Canada
Itvjob - null, null, ca
As a grain farm operator, selected candidate will be responsible for assisting with the day-to-day operations of their grain farm. Uruski is responsible for overseeing agriculture and farming operations in Canada. They are currently seeking a skilled and experienced grain farm operator to join their...read more.

Customer Service Representative - Spruce View Farm Centre - Central Alberta Co-op
Co-op - null, null, ca
Customer Service Representative.Weekdays and weekends - mornings, afternoons and evenings.Be the initial point of contact for customers both on the phone and in person, .Provide outstanding customer service and assist in reducing theft and loss,.Run point-of-sale terminals with accuracy and efficien...read more.

Maintenance Mechanic
Kroeker Farms Limited - null, null, ca
Kroeker Farms is one of Canada’s leading producers and suppliers of conventional and organic table potatoes. Have you ever worked for Kroeker Farms Limited? Yes No. ...read more.

Co-Founder & CEO, New Venture: Sustainable Farm Input Sales Enablement Platform
Collage HR - null, null, ca
We are launching a ClimateTech venture that will enable agribusiness to more effectively grow trust in emerging sustainable agronomy solutions through powering the future of on-farm demos, advisor’s product recommendations. Growers need local on-farm evidence to build trust in sustainable inputs (e....read more.

Maintenance Technician
Kroeker Farms Limited - null, null, ca
Kroeker Farms is one of Canada’s leading producers and suppliers of conventional and organic table potatoes. Have you ever worked for Kroeker Farms Limited? Yes No. ...read more.

Customer Service Representative Jobs in Burlington, ON | Farm Boy
Farm Boy - null, null, ca
Product Associate Jobs In Dubai | INTEREL.INTEREL, is the premier Smart Building Infrastructure provider.We deliver world-class commercial-grade IoT hardware and software solutions for service providers, distributors, other partners, and our clients across multiple real estate verticals worldwide.We...read more.

Loans Analyst, Underwriting
Farm Credit Canada - null, null, ca
Loans Analyst, Underwriting page is loaded .Apply locations Red Deer, Alberta Lethbridge, Alberta Surrey, British Columbia Camrose, Alberta time type Full time posted on Posted Yesterday job requisition id R-1006297 .Salary Range (plus eligible to receive a perfo...read more.

Controller
Highland Farms Supermarkets - null, null, ca
Start Fresh with a Career at Highland Farms. If you want to make a fresh start then join the Highland Farms family today. Highland Farms is a family-owned, independent supermarket business with our head office located in Mississauga. Accommodation will be provided in all parts of the hiring process ...read more.

Assistant Genetic Farm Manager
Acufast Ltd - null, null, ca
This role involves providing comprehensive support to the Genetic Farm Manager, encompassing daily administration, overseeing farm operations, and managing employee tasks at our Beatty Barn, located 15 minutes west of Melfort, SK. We are currently expanding and actively seeking a dedicated individua...read more.

Relationship Manager
Farm Credit Canada - null, null, ca
Travel to visit customers on their farm or in the office. ...read 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 Newfoundland 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.

Campbellton Berry Farm
Campbellton, NL A0G 1L0
709-261-2739
Campbelltonberry@nfupick.com
Harvest Time: May – August
Main Crops: Strawberries, Raspberries
GROWDAT Farms
Rt 80, Heart’s Content, NL A0B 1Z0
Harvest Time: May – October
Main Crops: Hay, Strawberries, Seasonal Fruits, Seasonal Vegetables
Lomond’s U-Pick
Steady Brook Province, NL A2H 2N2
709-634-6456
Harvest Time: May – August
Main Crops: Strawberries, Raspberries
The Organic Farm
42 Churchill’s Rd, Portugal Cove-St. Phillip’s, NL A1M 2P6
709-895-2884
OrganicFarm@NL.Rogers.Com
Harvest Time: May – October
Main Crops: Beets, Potatoes, Seasonal Vegetables, Seasonal Fruits
Woodwy Berry Farms
Reidsville, Deer Lake, NL A0K 2E0
709-635-3409
Harvest Time: May – September
Main Crops: Seasonal Fruits

Working in Newfoundland

Composed of the island Newfoundland and a large mainland, Labrador, the combination makes up a province in easterly Canada. Though the region lacks fertile soil and maintains short growing seasons, agriculture in Newfoundland and Labrador continues to steadily expand. Aquaculture also thrives in the coastal province with cod and shellfish (crab and shrimp) reigning supreme in the market. Poultry, dairy, local vegetables, fruits, and wild berries act as primary commodities in the relatively listless marketplace. The industry yields approximately $500 million CAD annually in sales. To meet demands, over 6,500 employees work directly and indirectly in agriculture. Employment hunters readily acquire job titles of migrant worker, picker, dairyman, general laborer, and fisherman.

The region remains home to roughly 550 farmsteads, which accounts for less than one percent of the nearly 230,000 farms in Canada. Each operation averages about 160 acres of land, with the whole industry utilizing around 90,000 acres. Specifically, cropland used for field crops, vegetables, fruits, nursery, and sod accounts for a little more than 22,500 acres. Approximately seven percent of farms report organic production with close to 50 certified establishments. Corn and barley occupy more than 1,800 areas of terrain. About 6,000 head of dairy cows reside in Newfoundland and Labrador. Other livestock and alternative animals include sheep and lambs, mink, and foxes.

Resting in northeastern North America, Newfoundland and Labrador occupy two separate geographical regions. Together, the provincial territories absorb about four percent of the total land area in Canada. A mixture of mineral soils, bogs, rock outcrops, barrens, and bodies of water appear in Newfoundland. Very coarse and stony soil inhabits upland barrens, while boreal forests spread out across the land. Favorable agricultural conditions appear along elevated ridges, coastal lowlands, and river terraces. Labrador consists of islands, coves, fjords, barrens, and river valleys. Broadly, Newfoundland boasts a humid continental climate influenced by the sea. On the other hand, Southern Labrador maintains a subarctic climate and Northern Labrador receives classification as a polar tundra. The regions experience temperatures as chilling as -27 degree Celsius in January and as warm as 23 degrees Celsius in July.

In the agricultural industry, job seekers frequently find entry-level employment on a seasonal to year-round basis. Glenview Farm in St. John’s routinely looks for multiple aspirants to fill dairy farm work opportunities. With only one to six months of experience required, individuals earn attractive salary packages of $12.50 CAD an hour. Employees operate and maintain farm machinery, feed animals, clean stables, milk cows, and write daily progress reports. Physically demanding positions require 60- to 70-hour work weeks and heavy, repetitive lifting. Another farm, J & C Sod Farm in Bay Bulls, also hires applicants on a seasonal basis to assist with planting and harvesting crops, cleaning stables, and managing livestock and poultry. The opportunities pay almost $11.00 CAD an hour and offer staff suitable accommodations. Common of openings, candidates should demonstrate flexibility, the ability to work in teams, and stay well-organized.

Thousands of staff members ensure the success of the agricultural industry in Newfoundland and Labrador. Demands for farm laborers, dairymen, aquaculture technicians, pickers, migrant workers, machine operators, and managers lend to a flourishing field. Typical pay rates for entry-level job titles begin at $10.00 to $13.00 CAD and may include room and board accommodations. Aspirants should arrive in person to farms local in the area and speak directly with management or owners. A polished resume highlighting experience and related skill sets goes a long way in securing interviews. Occasionally, contenders may locate positions online and send resumes via email or submit an online application form.