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general labourer - farm
9001-5439 Québec inc. - null, Quebec, ca
Education: No degree, certificate or diploma.Experience: 7 months to less than 1 year.Transportation/travel information.Hours: 40 to 50 hours per week....read more.

Director, Credit (Bilingual)
Farm Credit Canada - Québec City, Quebec, ca
Salary Range (plus eligible to receive a performance based incentive, applicable to position) :.Proven leader with credit risk expertise needed.Ensure due diligence is done on day-to-day lending, while maintaining a consistent lending culture throughout FCC.This position is designated bilingual (Eng...read more.

Maintenance Technician - Afternoons
Mucci Farms - null, null, ca
Maintenance Technician – Afternoon Shift.Full time, permanent, 5-6 days a week, and potentially extended hours depending on workload and priorities; which could include possible Sunday shifts (unless stipulated otherwise in offer of employment).Job Responsibilities and Accountabilities:.Must have go...read more.

Data Scientist (Capital Quantification)
Farm Credit Canada - null, null, ca
Salary Range (plus eligible to receive a performance based incentive, applicable to position) :.Collaborative analyst with risk management expertise needed.Analyze credit risk through risk management practices, including assessing capital and allowance, stress testing, and scenario analysis.You'll t...read more.

Shipping and Receiving Coordinator - Farms
Mucci Farms - null, null, ca
Mucci Farms 1,2,3, Kingsville, ON. ...read 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 compan...read more.

AZ Driver- Local
Mucci Farms - null, null, ca
Mucci Pac and 2011497 Ontario Ltd.Job Responsibilities and Accountabilities:.Drives tractor-trailer combination or straight truck, applying knowledge of commercial driving regulations, to transport and deliver products, or materials.Maneuvers truck and trailer into loading or unloading position, fol...read more.

Product Architect (Workday)
Farm Credit Canada - null, null, ca
Salary Range (plus eligible to receive a performance based incentive, applicable to position) :.Business requirement expertise needed.Coach and guide developers and delivery teams in delivering products that ensure the maintenance, security and privacy of our technologies.You’ll use your extensive W...read more.

Greenhouse Maintenance Officer
Mucci Farms - null, null, ca
Maintain various farms, including installation, maintenance, and repair of equipment. Troubleshooting and responding to maintenance calls at various farms. ...read more.

Dairy Farm Workers - work in Canada
JobsPassport - null, null, ca
Work collaboratively with other farm workers and management to achieve farm goals. As a Dairy Farm Worker in Canada, you'll be an essential part of the dairy industry, contributing to the production and maintenance of dairy products. Administer medications and vaccinations as directed by the farm ve...read more.

IT Systems Administrator
Mucci Farms - null, null, ca
Mucci International Marketing Inc.Full-Time, permanent, 5-days a week; after hours and weekends depending on workload and priorities including on-call Saturdays.Job Responsibilities and Accountabilities:.Perform daily system monitoring, verifying the availability of all hardware and applications, re...read more.

apiary technician
Honeybee Honey Farm Ltd. - null, null, ca
Operate and maintain farm machinery and equipment. ...read more.

Buyer
Mucci Farms - null, null, ca
Purchasing and Inventory Control Manager.Mucci International Marketing Inc.Full time, permanent, extended hours depending on workload and priorities, which will include half day Saturdays.Manage Direct and or Indirect procurement, spend and purchasing, which will include MRO, Corrugate, Resin, CAPEX...read more.

Senior Legal Counsel
Farm Credit Canada - null, null, ca
Salary Range (plus eligible to receive a performance based incentive, applicable to position) :.As Senior Legal Counsel, you’ll give legal advice and insights to FCC leaders concerning all aspects of FCC’s business and function as a Canadian Crown corporation.Provide legal advice on various matters ...read more.

Quality Manager
Mucci Farms - null, null, ca
Director of Operational Execution.Full time, permanent, 6-days a week, Monday to Saturday.Job Responsibilities and Accountabilities:.Effectively manages and implements policies as they relate to produce quality, inspection and finished goods evaluation.Routinely monitors, verifies, trains and provid...read more.

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Directory of Farms, Orchards, etc

Domaine des Hautes Sentiers
2340 Montée Brooks, Franklin, QC J0S 1E0
450-827-1165
Harvest Time: July – November
Main Crops: Apples
Ferme Anse au Sable
5 Boulevard Perrot, Notre-Dame-de-l’Île-Perrot, QC J7V 8P4
514-453-1396
Harvest Time: June – November
Main Crops: Apples and Strawberries
Ferme Germain Desmarais
190 Rang du Chenal Tardif, Pierreville, QC J0G 1J0
450-568-5200
germain@fermedesmarais.ca
Harvest Time: July – August
Main Crops: Blueberries and Strawberries
La Ferme de Bullion
1555 Coteau des Hetres, St-Andre-d’Argenteui, QC J0V 1X0
450-562-0104
Harvest Time: June – August
Main Crops: Blueberries, Raspberries, and Strawberries
La Ferme Quinn
2495 Boulevard Perrot, Notre-Dame-de-l’Ile-Perrot, QC J7V 8P4
514-453-1510
info@lafermequinn.ca
Harvest Time: May – October
Main Crops: Apples, Blueberries, Raspberries, Gooseberries, and Strawberries
Ocenas Orchards
2066 Montée Brooks, Franklin, QC J0S 1E0
450-827-2019
Harvest Time: September – October
Main Crops: Apples and Pumpkins
Verger Lacroix
649 Chemin Principal, Saint-Joseph-du-Lac, QC J0N 1M0
450-623-4888
vergerlacroix@videotron.ca
Harvest Time: August – September
Main Crops: Apples
Verger Labonté
2291 Boulevard Perrot, Notre-Dame-de-l’Île-Perrot, QC J7V 8P4
514-453-5379
levergerlabonte@sympatico.ca
Harvest Time: September – October
Main Crops: Apples and Pumpkins
Vergers McMillanOrchards
1639 Route 202, Franklin Centre, QC JOS 1E0
450-827-2748
mcmillan@rocler.qc.ca
Harvest Time: June – October
Main Crops: Apples, Blackberries, Blueberries, Cherries, Pears, Plums, Pumpkins, Raspberries, Winter Squash, and Walnuts

Working in Quebec

The Canadian Province of Quebec ranks second among all other territories in the North American country in total area, population, and gross domestic product, which includes an excess of $385 billion CAD. Agricultural outputs, bolstered by more than 3,500 agro-businesses and around 30,500 farms, produce close to $760 million CAD in revenues alone. Top commodities include berries, maple syrup, goat and ewe milks and cheeses, and various types of avian game. Expansive logging and timber farming also contribute to the burgeoning agricultural industry, with dense forests accounting for around 20% of total land area.

Following British occupation, Quebec soon grew as a hub for cereal grains and eventually moved into fur trading thanks, in large part, to the St. Lawrence River running through the region. Most of the farming prevalent throughout the province takes place in southern areas below the 56th line of latitude. Lands surrounding the urban capital of Montreal serve as prime locations to grow crops due to fertile soils and low, flat terrain.

Historically, southern Quebec contains the only climates suitable for crop growth on large, commercial scales, as northern areas of the territory experience mostly arctic weather patterns. For example: average temperatures in the northern Ungava Bay area range between -23 degrees Celsius in January to 11 degrees Celsius in July, while Montreal, sitting in the southernmost portions of the province, boasts average temps between -11 Celsius (January) and 20 Celsius (July). Snowfall and precipitation also affect the agricultural industry throughout the region; however, the Canadian territory generally receives a steady balance of sun and moisture. Many regions throughout the area experience close to 300 hours of sunshine during the summer months and achieve over 40% sunshine possible annually.

Massive dairy farming operations like Ferme Landrynoise in St-Albert, QC, require huge staffs capable of caring for both robotic equipment and the animals used to fill large-scale orders. The farm maintains dozens of employees and continuously hires on new help as needs arise. Organizations like Quebec Farmers’ Association (QFA) connect Quebec citizens interested in farming jobs with outfits similar to Ferme Landrynoise through a comprehensive network. Migrant workers, aspiring farmhands, and career fruit and vegetable pickers also find jobs visiting farms personally and asking about current vacancies.

Applicants should note a majority of the province conducts business in French, which may complicate the employment process for international prospectors. The French-Canadian government imposes a $10.75 CAD hourly minimum wage for fruit and vegetable picking jobs, with increases available based on employment status, performance on the job, and tenure with any of the farming outfits in the region. Quebec agricultural industry base pay scales traditionally top around $13.00 CAD per hour. Specific rates may fluctuate based on commodities produced.

Candidates may also qualify for job benefits. Depending on the establishment, farms may possess the ability to house and feed seasonal employees and/or full-time and part-time workers through small deductions in wages. Other work benefits include Canadian Pension Plans, paid time off, and access to company vehicles.