EmployerBusy Bee Farm Ltd.
Date PostedSeptember 07, 2021
Location Hay Lakes, AB
Earnings $15.50 to $17.50 hourly (to be negotiated)
Work Hours 45 to 65 hours per week
Position Seasonal Full Time
Vacancies 8  Vacancies
Closing Date Oct 05, 2021
Busy Bee Farm Ltd.
No degree, certificate or diploma
1 year to less than 2 years
- Operate and maintain farm machinery and equipment
- Harvest crops
- Apiary work
Work Site Environment
Work Conditions and Physical Capabilities
- Fast-paced environment
- Work under pressure
- Repetitive tasks
- Handling heavy loads
- Physically demanding
- Attention to detail
- Hand-eye co-ordination
- Ability to distinguish between colours
- Combination of sitting, standing, walking
- Standing for extended periods
- Bending, crouching, kneeling
- Tight deadlines
- Overtime required
Work Location Information
- Rural area
- Staff accommodation available
Automated Systems Experience
Automated honey extractor
- Team player
Apiary and Honey Harvesting Specific Skills
- Apiary work
- Harvesting honey
- Honey bees
- Detection and treatment of bee diseases
- Honey farm
- Knowledge of bee biology
How to Apply
Anyone who can legally work in Canada can apply for this job. If you are not currently authorized to work in Canada, the employer will not consider your job application.
Oct 05, 2021
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Interest in comparing information to examine produce for quality and prepare for market, to feed and tend livestock and poultry, and to clean stables, barns, barnyards and pens; and to set and monitor water lines, air flow and temperature in barns, pens and chicken coops
Interest in driving - operating and maintaining farm machinery and equipment
Interest in detecting disease and health problems in crops, livestock and poultry
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