Job openings in Canada: Food Service Supervisor

 Location: British Columbia

  • Waged Offered: $15.15 to 16.75/hour
  • Number of Openings: 14
  • Years of Experience Required: 3
  • Education Required: High School
  • LMIA Status: LMIA in process

Job description

Terms of employment: Permanent, Full time 32 to 40 hours/week

Start date: As soon as possible, 43 locations in BC

Benefits: Dental benefits, Group insurance benefits, Vision care benefits

Employment conditions: Early morning, Morning, Day, Evening, Weekend, Night


Job requirements

Language required -Excellent English Skills

Education – Secondary (high school) certificate

Experience – more than 3 years as a Food Service supervisor in big food chains and more than 5 years in the Food industry

Ability to Supervise -5-10 people, Staff in various areas of responsibility

Additional Skills: Train staff in job duties, sanitation and safety procedures,

Address customers' complaints or concerns


Main Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Supervise, co-ordinate and schedule the activities of staff who prepare, portion, and serve food
  • Estimate and order ingredients and supplies required for meal preparation
  • Establish work schedules and procedures
  • Maintain records of stock, repairs, sales, and wastage
  • Train staff in job duties,  sanitation, and safety procedures
  • Ensure that food and service meet quality control standards
  • Participate in the selection of food service staff and assist in the development of policies, procedures, and budgets
  • Plan restaurant menus and determine related food and labour costs.

Specific Skills: Supervise and coordinate activities of staff who prepare and portion food, Estimate and order ingredients and supplies, Ensure food service and quality control, maintain records of stock, repairs, sales, and wastage, prepare food order summaries for a chef, supervise and check assembly of trays, establish work schedules, workers supervised: cook (general), food and beverage servers, food service counter attendants and food preparers, kitchen and food service helpers.

Government of Canada announces further measures to support international students.


News release

Ottawa, February 12, 2021—International students bring so much to Canada, contributing more than $21 billion annually to our economy and supporting the vitality of our communities. The pandemic has presented myriad challenges for international students, and the Government of Canada has taken action to assist them through this difficult time with a variety of measures, including offering open work permits for former international students who hold or held a post-graduation work permit (PGWP).

As part of the Government’s efforts to support international students, the Honourable Marco E. L. Mendicino, Minister of Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship, today announced further measures to ensure that international students won’t miss out on opportunities after they graduate due to the pandemic. With the prospect of many international students continuing online learning from abroad for several more months, temporary changes to the PGWP Program put in place earlier in the pandemic are being extended and expanded.

These measures will assist international students by ensuring that studies completed outside Canada will count towards a future PGWP, and by allowing international students to complete their entire program online from abroad and still be eligible for a PGWP. The measures apply to all international students who are enrolled in a PGWP-eligible program, and meet all other PGWP criteria.

The government has made significant efforts to encourage international students to settle permanently in Canada. They bring strong employment and language skills, bolstered by their Canadian education and work experience, so they are typically well positioned to apply for permanent resident status. More than 58,000 graduates successfully applied to immigrate permanently in 2019, and their decisions to stay in Canada will help to address our stark demographic challenges.

As we confront the pandemic’s second wave and chart a course for our recovery, attracting skilled immigrants is a central part of our plan. This new policy will help more graduates fill pressing needs in areas like health care, technology and more. As we look forward, it will help even more former international students build their futures in Canada, contributing in ways large and small to our short term recovery and long term prosperity.


“Whether as health workers on the pandemic’s front lines, or as founders of some of the most promising start-ups, international students are giving back to communities across Canada as we continue the fight against the pandemic. Their status may be temporary, but the contributions of international students are lasting. This new policy means that students hoping to work in Canada after graduation won’t miss out on opportunities, while ensuring that Canada meets the urgent needs of our economy for today and tomorrow. Our message to international students and graduates is simple: We don’t just want you to study here, we want you to stay here.”

—The Honourable Marco E. L. Mendicino, P.C., M.P., Minister of Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship

Quick facts

  • In 1971, there were 6.6 people of working age for each senior. There are currently 3 Canadian workers for every retired Canadian, but by 2035, there will be only 2 workers for every retiree. Without immigrants to help support the needs of an aging population, younger Canadians will end up paying more per person to provide the same benefits.

  • These measures apply to all international students who

    • are enrolled in a PGWP-eligible program
    • began, or will begin, a program in any semester from spring 2020 to fall 2021, or whose program was already in progress in March 2020
    • have a study permit or approval for a study permit, or applied for a study permit prior to starting their program and are eventually approved
    • meet all other PGWP criteria

Canada Launches Hong Kong Pathway that will Attract Recent Graduates and Skilled Workers with Faster Permanent Residency


News release

February 4, 2021—Ottawa — The ties that bind Canada and Hong Kong run deep. The first Hong Kong residents arrived here over 150 years ago, contributing immensely to Canada’s economic, social and political life. Canada continues to stand shoulder to shoulder with the people of Hong Kong, and is deeply concerned about the new National Security Law and the deteriorating human rights situation there. Against this backdrop, in November 2020, the Honourable Marco E. L. Mendicino, Minister of Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship, announced several new initiatives to help more Hong Kong residents come to Canada.

Today, Minister Mendicino announced that Hong Kong residents will be able to apply for new open work permits beginning on February 8, 2021. Valid for up to 3 years, these permits will allow Hong Kong residents to gain valuable employment experience and make significant contributions to Canada. Hong Kong residents must have graduated with a Canadian post-secondary diploma or degree in the last 5 years, or hold an equivalent foreign credential. A post-secondary diploma program must be a minimum of 2 years.

Hong Kong residents currently in Canada temporarily, including visitors, students and workers, can apply online from within Canada. Those applying from abroad remain subject to current travel restrictions and may not be able to come to Canada at this time, unless they have a job offer or meet a travel exemption and comply with all public health requirements. More details will be available on the IRCC website on the launch date.

In addition to open work permits, the Government of Canada continues to implement 2 other pathways to permanent residence for young Hong Kong residents, which will be available later this year. The first will be for Hong Kong residents with at least 1 year of work experience in Canada and who meet the language and education criteria. The second will be for Hong Kong residents who have graduated from a post-secondary institution in Canada; who can then apply directly for permanent residence. More information will be available in due course.


“The launch of the Hong Kong immigration pathway is a historic initiative that will attract young, talented and experienced graduates who will help to drive Canada’s economy forward. With flexible open work permits and a fast-track to permanent residency, skilled Hong Kong residents will have a unique opportunity to develop their careers and help accelerate Canada’s economic recovery. This is a landmark immigration initiative that will strengthen our economy and will deepen the ties between Canada and the people of Hong Kong.”

– The Honourable Marco E. L. Mendicino, P.C., M.P., Minister of Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship

Quick facts

  • On November 12, 2020, Minister Mendicino announced new immigration measures to support Hong Kong residents who wish to come to Canada to study, work and settle.

  • Eligible spouses or common-law partners, as well as dependent children, can also apply for a study or work permit, as appropriate.

  • These measures apply to Hong Kong residents who hold a Hong Kong special administrative region (SAR) or British National (Overseas) (BN(O)) passport.

  • We have also implemented an exemption to the 12-month bar on a pre-removal risk assessment (PRRA) for Hong Kong residents—meaning that some individuals who were previously ineligible may now get another, updated assessment on whether they can stay in Canada.

  • Hong Kong residents at risk of persecution who have fled to another country may also be eligible under Canada’s existing resettlement programs, including the Private Sponsorship of Refugees Program and the Government-Assisted Refugees Program.

Job Opening in Canada: Position – 1 Mechanic


Type of Employment: Full time Permanent, 2 years

Wage: $ 29 per hour

Hours of work: 32-40 per week

Estimated Start Date: As soon as possible

Job duties:

Review work orders and discuss work customers

Inspect motor in operation, road test motor vehicle, and test automotive systems and components using computerized diagnostic and other testing devices to diagnose and isolate faults as required

Adjust, repair, or replace parts and components of commercial and automotive systems including fuel system, brakes, steering and suspension, engine and drive train, emission control, and exhaust, cooling and climate control, and electrical and electronic systems using hand tools and other specialized automotive repair equipment

Perform scheduled maintenance services, such as oil changes, lubrications, and tune-ups

Advise customers on work performed, general vehicle condition, and future repair requirements.

Inspect and test mechanical units, such as engines, transmissions, axles, and brake systems, to locate faults and malfunctions

Diagnose faults or malfunctions and confirm findings with supervisor to determine whether to repair or replace the unit

Repair or replace mechanical units or components using hand and power tools

Complete reports to record problems and work performed.

Adjust, repair or replace parts and components of truck-trailer systems including structural, brake, and electrical systems.

Job requirements

Experience: Min 4 years experience working as a mechanic on Vehicles

Education: Secondary school, 4-year apprentice program completion is an asset.

Language: English

Class 1A is an asset

Experience with new and old vehicles is an asset experience working on vehicles

Team player

If you have a proven experience and speak English, please send us your CV/resume to

Jobs openings: 75 Fish processors in Surrey, BC, Canada


Hours of work: 32 per week, Day and Nightshift

Employment dates – April 1, 2021 – September 27, 2021

Job duties:

•          Set up and operate machines to cut, clean, brine, dehydrate or otherwise process fish.

Sort fish according to species, weight, and destination

•          Set up and operate machines to bag, box, and pack fish.

•          Record production information such as quantity, weight, date, and type of products packaged.

•          Check products and packaging for any defects to ensure it meets company standards and performs corrective machine adjustments as required.

Duties not limited to:

•          Washing baskets.

•          Labeling boxes.

•          Racking and De-racking fish

•          Palletizing.

•          Lifting up to 25-70 pounds.

•          General cleanup etc.

•          Working on the production line to cut, clean, and trim fish.

Job requirements

 Experience in fish cutting

The ability to communicate in English will be an asset.

Forklift Driving will be an asset.

Ability to work evenings and weekends

English is an asset - Basic English is required (100 words to communicate)

Must be able to stand long periods of time and complete repetitive tasks

If you have a proven experience and speak English, please send us your CV/resume to

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