Job Code: 
2371
Intro
Number of Vacancies: 
1
Job Posting Length: 
Two months
Availability: 
Canadian Workers or Permanent Residents
Business Operation: 
Ranch
Occupation: 
Ranch Worker
Employment Terms: 
Permanent (year round)
City: 
Bindloss
Provincial Area: 
Southeast Alberta
Employer
Employer Info: 

Send resumes to Ag Employ Ltd

Wage and Benefits
Wage Rate: 
Starting at $20.00 (for experience needed)
Wage Info: 
Hourly
Worker Accommodation: 
Accommodation Available
Accommodation Value: 
Negotiable dependent on housing needs
Experience and Education
Driver's License (required): 
5
Education: 
Basic
Job Experience: 
2-3 years
Job Duties
Livestock: 
Beef cattle
Cow/Calving
Calves
Horses
Crop harvest: 
Hay or Straw Baling
Alfalfa/Hay
Pasture
Farm Machinery: 
Tractor
Farm Machinery
Haying machinery
Fencing
Ranch Feeding Equipment
Baler
Equipment Maintenance
Feed Wagon
Duties: 

Full time Ranch position available.  

 

 

Job Description: 

 Currently seeking full time ranch position for immediate opening. Duties will include moving/checking cattle on horseback, identifying, treating and processing cows and calves, feeding, bedding, checking waterers and general repairs. Some haying experience will be needed and basic maintenance on equipment.  Horse experience required as all cattle work is done off horse. We run 200 cow/calf operation with 100 yearlings. Position is fairly physical so need to be in good shape and able to lift heavier loads when needed. An asset to have some basic welding ability and some machinery experience.  

Wages will start @ $20  for the experience but willing to look at wages after trial period for the right applicant.  Look forward to reviewing your resume!  

How to apply: 

Send applications to Ag Employ as directed or fax to 403-732-4290  

 

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