Apply for the Canada-Ukraine authorization for emergency travel

 

Follow these steps to apply for the Canada-Ukraine authorization for emergency travel (CUAET) if you’re

1. Get an invitation code

If it’s your first time using the IRCC Portal, you need an invitation code to create an account. We’ll ask for your email and give you a code to sign up.

2. Create an account

Use the invitation code we send you to create your portal account.

3. Complete the online form

After you log in:

  • click Apply for a visitor visa, transit visa or a study permit
  • on the next page, check the box at the bottom that says I’m ready to start my application
    • for this application, you can ignore the instructions to check your eligibility and you won’t be asked to pay any fees
  • when you’re asked what you want to apply for, choose Canada-Ukraine authorization for emergency travel
  • continue answering the remaining questions to complete your application.

If you want to work in Canada

When you apply for the CUAET, you may be eligible to apply for an open work permit at the same time. This work permit lets you work for most employers in Canada.

If you want to apply for a work permit, when asked if you want to work in Canada, choose Yes.

Find out more about the open work permit.

Need an IRCC Portal account?

Sign up and apply

Already have an IRCC Portal account? Sign in

About the CUAET if you are applying from inside of Canada.

 


The CUAET is fee-exempt and gives you the option to extend your stay in Canada as a

  • visitor for up to 3 more years or until your passport expires
  • worker for up to 3 more years or until your passport expires
  • a student for the duration of your studies

Who can apply

You can apply if you’re either

  • a Ukrainian national with a valid Ukrainian passport
    • If you don’t have a valid passport or your passport is expiring, you should renew your passport at a Ukrainian embassy in Canada.
  • a family member of a Ukrainian national

A family member is defined as a

  • spouse or common-law partner
  • dependent child (yours, your spouse’s or common-law partner’s) or
  • dependent child of a dependent child

Documents to prove your family relationship

Documents you can use to prove your family relationship include

  • a marriage certificate or proof of common-law status (documents showing a shared address)
  • a birth certificate
  • other documents that show a family connection, for example
    • correspondence from us showing a spousal sponsorship application in progress
    • documents that show a shared home address

When you travel, bring documents that prove your family relationship. When you arrive at the border, you need to show these documents to the border services officer.

The documents above are examples only. An officer may ask for other documents.

Biometrics

You don’t need to give your biometrics at this time.

Medical exam

You may need to get a medical exam.

Find out about medical exams for visitors, students and workers

Fees

You don’t have to pay fees for any of the below:

  • open work permit
  • study permit
  • application to extend temporary resident status
  • temporary resident permit

You’ll need to pay fees for your medical exam if you need one.

Find out more about fees that are being waived

How to apply

Find out how to apply

Quick facts about the CUAET

 


  • Visa applications can be submitted online from anywhere in the world. Biometrics can be given at any visa application centre (VAC) outside of Ukraine. VACs are open in Moldova, Romania, Austria and Poland, and there is an extensive VAC network across Europe.

  • In addition to our pre-existing VAC network, we have been working to set up additional biometrics collection locations and increased capacity at existing ones as demand requires such as in Chisinau. For example, additional biometric capacity has been added to the Visa Application network and missions in Warsaw, as well as to Vienna and Bucharest. Clients should visit the VAC website to find the closest service point.

  • For standard cases, the CUAET will facilitate the rapid processing of electronic visa applications within 14 days of receipt of a complete application.

  • All visa applicants will undergo standard background checks and be carefully screened before coming into Canada.

  • The CUAET is a temporary residence pathway and is not a refugee stream.

  • Those wishing to immigrate to Canada permanently can apply for permanent residence under a variety of different immigration programs and streams. IRCC is also developing a special permanent residence stream for family reunification.

  • IRCC established a dedicated service channel for Ukraine immigration enquiries available for clients both in Canada and abroad at 613-321-4243, with collect calls accepted. Clients can add the keyword “Ukraine2022” to the IRCC crisis web form with their enquiry and it will be prioritized.

  • Employers wishing to support Ukrainians through offers of employment can register available jobs using Job Bank’s Jobs for Ukraine webpage. Job Bank is a free, bilingual website that provides access for employers to thousands of potential employees and offers a free and secure space for job posting.

  • Avoid becoming a victim of fraud. There is no fee to be considered for the CUAET for Ukrainians and their family members. Only the Government of Canada can request personal information or decide your eligibility for the CUAET. There are no agents or consultants acting on our behalf.

  • Special measures for Ukrainians will not impact the processing of refugee applications. We remain steadfast in our commitment to welcoming individuals through our government-assisted and privately sponsored refugee programs, including welcoming at least 40,000 Afghan refugees.

Ukrainian: If you already have a valid visitor visa or eTA

 If you already have a valid visitor visa or eTA

If you’re a Ukrainian national or family member of a Ukrainian national and you already have a valid visitor visa or eTA, you can travel to Canada on your existing visitor visa or eTA. Once you arrive in Canada, you can benefit from the CUAET including the option to apply

  • to extend your stay in Canada as a visitor for up to 3 more years, or until your passport expires
  • for a fee-exempt work permit when you arrive in Canada
  • for a fee-exempt study permit (if applicable)

After you arrive in Canada, follow the instructions for those inside Canada for more information.

Ukrainian: If you’re from an eTA-required country

 If you’re from an eTA-required country

If you’re the family member of a Ukrainian national and you’re from an eTA-required country, you need to apply and pay for an eTA to travel to Canada.

However, you can still benefit from the CUAET including the option to apply

  • to extend your stay in Canada as a visitor for up to 3 more years or until your passport expires
  • for a fee-exempt work permit when you arrive in Canada
  • for a fee-exempt study permit (if applicable)

After you arrive in Canada, follow the instructions for those inside Canada for more information.

How to apply for an eTA



Family members of Ukrainian nationals

 

Family members of a Ukrainian national who are outside Canada can also apply for the CUAET.

A family member is defined as a

About the CUAET

The CUAET gives you a visitor visa to come to Canada temporarily. The visitor visa

  • is fee-exempt
  • allows you to travel in and out of Canada, as long as your visa is valid
  • is valid for 10 years or until your passport expires
  • will be processed on a priority basis
  • gives you the option to apply for a fee-exempt work permit at the same time

When you arrive at the border in Canada, you’ll be given status as either a

  • visitor
  • worker, if you applied for the open work permit
  • student, if you’re under 18 and want to study in Canada

You can stay in Canada for up to 3 years at a time or until your passport expires. When your status in Canada is about to expire, you need to apply to extend your stay.

Who can apply

You can apply if you

Documents to prove your family relationship

Documents you can use to prove your family relationship include

  • a marriage certificate or proof of common-law status (documents showing a shared address)
  • a birth certificate
  • other documents that show an immediate family connection, for example
    • correspondence from us showing a spousal sponsorship application in progress
    • documents that show a shared home address

When you travel, bring documents that prove your family relationship. When you arrive at the border, you need to show these documents to the border services officer.

The documents above are examples only. An officer may ask for other documents.

If you’re unvaccinated or partially vaccinated

You can enter Canada if you’re not fully vaccinated. This also applies if the vaccine you got is approved by the World Health Organization, but isn’t currently recognized by Canada. When you arrive in Canada, you need show that you’re a Ukrainian national or a family member of a Ukrainian national to benefit from this exemption.

You must meet all other public health requirements, such as quarantine and testing. With limited exceptions, all travellers to Canada, including anyone arriving under the CUAET, must also use ArriveCAN.

Find out more about exemptions to the vaccination requirement.

Biometrics

If you’re biometrics-required, you’ll need to give your biometrics if you haven’t given them in the past. You don’t have to pay the biometrics fee. After you submit your application, you will get a biometrics instruction letter. You need to bring this letter with you when you give your biometrics.

Find out where to go to give biometrics

If you gave your biometrics in the past, they may still be valid.

Check if your biometrics are still valid

Medical exam

You don’t need to get an immigration medical exam before coming to Canada. However, if you normally need a medical exam to come to Canada, you may need to get a chest x-ray and a blood test within 90 days of arriving. You’ll get instructions on how to complete this when you arrive.

Find out about medical exams for visitors, students and workers

Fees

You don’t have to pay fees for any of the below:

  • temporary resident visa
  • open work permit
  • study permit
  • temporary resident permit
  • biometrics

You’ll need to pay fees for your chest x-ray and blood test if you’re told to get one.

Find out more about fees that are being waived

Working and studying in Canada

Working in Canada

The CUAET gives you the option to apply for a visitor visa and an open work permit at the same time. This work permit is fee-exempt and will let you work for most employers in Canada.

Find out how to apply for the open work permit

Studying in Canada

The CUAET gives you the option to study while in Canada.

Find out how to study in Canada

How to apply for the CUAET

Apply for the CUAET through the IRCC portal.

You can’t submit your application at a Canadian embassy or other Government of Canada office.

What is the Canada-Ukraine Authorization for Emergency Travel?

 In support of those affected by the Russian invasion of Ukraine, we’ve created the Canada-Ukraine authorization for emergency travel (CUAET) to help Ukrainians and their family members come to Canada as quickly as possible and to provide them with the ability to work and study while in Canada.

The CUAET also gives those who are already in Canada the option to extend their visitor status, work permit or study permit so that they can continue to live and work or study in Canada temporarily.

Follow the instructions below for your specific situation.

Temporary residence programs are intended to help those affected by the Russian invasion of Ukraine to seek temporary safe harbour in Canada, until it is safe to return to Ukraine. Temporary residents may be able to apply for permanent residency through various programs, should they decide to stay in Canada at the end of their temporary stay.

About the CUAET

The CUAET gives you a visitor visa to come to Canada temporarily, until it is safe to return to Ukraine. The visitor visa

  • is fee-exempt
  • is valid for 10 years or until your passport expires
  • allows you to travel in and out of Canada, as long as your visa is valid
  • will be processed on a priority basis
  • gives you the option to apply for a fee-exempt work permit at the same time

When you arrive at the border in Canada, you’ll be given status as either a

  • visitor
  • worker, if you applied for the open work permit
  • student, if you’re under 18 and want to study in Canada

You can stay in Canada for up to 3 years at a time or until your passport expires. When your status in Canada is about to expire, you need to apply to extend your stay.

Who can apply

You can apply if you have

  • a valid Ukrainian passport or
  • another national identity document

If you don’t have a valid passport or another identity document, you can still apply. An officer will need to determine if you meet the requirements of a temporary resident permit.

If you’re unvaccinated or partially vaccinated

You can enter Canada if you’re not fully vaccinated. This also applies if the vaccine you got is approved by the World Health Organization, but isn’t currently recognized by Canada. When you arrive in Canada, you need to show that you’re a Ukrainian national or a family member of a Ukrainian national to benefit from this exemption.

You must meet all other public health requirements, such as quarantine and testing. With limited exceptions, all travellers to Canada, including anyone arriving under the CUAET, must also use ArriveCAN.

Find out more about exemptions to the vaccination requirement.

Biometrics

If you’re biometrics-required, you’ll need to give your biometrics if you haven’t given them in the past. You don’t have to pay the biometrics fee. After you submit your application, you will get a biometrics instruction letter. You need to bring this letter with you when you give your biometrics.

Find out where to go to give biometrics

If you gave your biometrics in the past, they may still be valid.

Check if your biometrics are still valid

Medical exam

You don’t need to get an immigration medical exam before coming to Canada. However, if you normally need a medical exam to come to Canada, you may need to get a chest x-ray and a blood test within 90 days of arriving. You’ll get instructions on how to complete this when you arrive.

Find out about medical exams for visitors, students and workers

Fees

You don’t have to pay fees for any of the below:

  • temporary resident visa
  • open work permit
  • study permit
  • biometrics
  • temporary resident permit

You’ll need to pay fees for your chest x-ray and blood test if you’re told to get one.

Find out more about fees that are being waived

Working and studying in Canada

Working in Canada

The CUAET gives you the option to apply for a visitor visa and an open work permit at the same time. This work permit is fee-exempt and will let you work for most employers in Canada.

Find out how to apply for the open work permit

Studying in Canada

The CUAET gives you the option to study while in Canada.

Find out how to study in Canada

How to apply for the CUAET

Apply for the CUAET through the IRCC portal.

You can’t submit your application at a Canadian embassy or other Government of Canada office.

How to apply for the CUAET

Family members of Ukrainian nationals

If you’re from an eTA-required country

If you already have a valid visitor visa or eTA

If you’re inside Canada


Canada launches new temporary residence pathway to welcome those fleeing the war in Ukraine.

 

News release

March 17, 2022—Ottawa – The resiliency and courage of Ukrainians have inspired the world, and Canada is unwavering in its commitment to provide support to Ukraine as it fights for its sovereignty and for the democratic ideals that our countries share.

In response to Vladimir Putin’s full-scale invasion of Ukraine, the Honourable Sean Fraser, Minister of Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship, today announced the launch of the Canada-Ukraine authorization for emergency travel (CUAET). The CUAET is a special, accelerated temporary residence pathway for Ukrainians seeking safe haven in Canada while the war in their home country continues.

With the CUAET, Ukrainians and their immediate family members of any nationality may stay in Canada as temporary residents for up to 3 years. Applicants who are overseas need to apply online for a Canadian visitor visa and provide their biometrics (fingerprints and a photo). Applicants are encouraged to apply for a 3-year open work permit at the same time as their visa application. This permit will allow them to work in Canada. Under this special program, many of the regular requirements associated with a normal visitor visa or work permit have been waived. Elementary and high school students can register for and start attending school as soon as they arrive in Canada, and anyone looking to study at the post-secondary level can apply for a study permit once on Canadian soil.

Applicants who do not have a valid passport may still apply, and Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) will issue a single journey travel document on a case-by-case basis, where appropriate.

Ukrainian workers, students and visitors and their family members who are already in Canada also benefit from these measures. They may either apply to extend their visitor status or work permit for 3 years, apply for a new work or study permit, or extend their existing permit. IRCC will waive all extension and work or study permit application fees.

To ease the burden on applicants, IRCC is waiving all application fees for these programs.

The Government of Canada is also calling on employers who wish to support Ukrainians with offers of employment to register these offers on Job Bank’s Jobs for Ukraine webpage. Job Bank will then work with local organizations and employers to help connect them with Ukrainians seeking work in their communities. We are also in discussions with partners, including provinces and territories, the business community, the Ukrainian-Canadian community and settlement organizations, on how best to support those arriving from Ukraine, and more information will be available soon. IRCC will continue to monitor volumes of travellers and their needs closely and will take action as required.

We are working around the clock to help Ukrainians and their families get to Canada as quickly and as safely as possible. We are already prioritizing and fast-tracking applications, and waiving application and processing fees. We have increased our operational capacity in the region, in anticipation of an increased volume of requests. This includes relocating staff and moving additional supplies and equipment, such as mobile biometric collection kits. We are also adjusting operations in offices across our global network to ensure service continuity for Ukraine.

Ukrainians and their family members are exempt from Canada’s COVID-19 vaccination entry requirements. However, they must still meet all other public health requirements for travel, such as quarantine and testing. With limited exceptions, all travellers to Canada, including anyone arriving under the CUAET, must also use ArriveCAN.

The CUAET and Job Bank will be instrumental in supporting the Government of Canada’s response to Vladimir Putin’s brutal full-scale invasion of Ukraine. Most importantly, these measures help us do our part to welcome more Ukrainians to Canada.

Quick facts

  • Visa applications can be submitted online from anywhere in the world. Biometrics can be given at any visa application centre (VAC) outside of Ukraine. VACs are open in Moldova, Romania, Austria and Poland, and there is an extensive VAC network across Europe.

  • In addition to our pre-existing VAC network, we have been working to set up additional biometrics collection locations and increased capacity at existing ones as demand requires such as in Chisinau. For example, additional biometric capacity has been added to the Visa Application network and missions in Warsaw, as well as to Vienna and Bucharest. Clients should visit the VAC website to find the closest service point.

  • For standard cases, the CUAET will facilitate the rapid processing of electronic visa applications within 14 days of receipt of a complete application.

  • All visa applicants will undergo standard background checks and be carefully screened before coming into Canada.

  • The CUAET is a temporary residence pathway and is not a refugee stream.

  • Those wishing to immigrate to Canada permanently can apply for permanent residence under a variety of different immigration programs and streams. IRCC is also developing a special permanent residence stream for family reunification.

  • IRCC established a dedicated service channel for Ukraine immigration enquiries available for clients both in Canada and abroad at 613-321-4243, with collect calls accepted. Clients can add the keyword “Ukraine2022” to the IRCC crisis web form with their enquiry and it will be prioritized.

  • Employers wishing to support Ukrainians through offers of employment can register available jobs using Job Bank’s Jobs for Ukraine webpage. Job Bank is a free, bilingual website that provides access for employers to thousands of potential employees and offers a free and secure space for the job postings.

  • Avoid becoming a victim of fraud. There is no fee to be considered for the CUAET for Ukrainians and their family members. Only the Government of Canada can request personal information or decide your eligibility for the CUAET. There are no agents or consultants acting on our behalf.

  • Special measures for Ukrainians will not impact the processing of refugee applications. We remain steadfast in our commitment to welcoming individuals through our government-assisted and privately sponsored refugee programs, including welcoming at least 40,000 Afghan refugees.


Trabajos de construccion en Toronto con ingles basico

Construction labourer wanted in Ontario

  

                                                                                                     (NOC: 7611)

20 vacancies

Work Location: Greater Toronto Area and Southern Ontario

Type of Employment: Full time-Permanent

Job Description:

       Load and unload construction materials, and move materials to work areas

       Mix, pour and spread materials such as concrete and asphalt

       Assist tradespersons such as carpenters, bricklayers, cement finishers, roofers and

       glaziers in construction activities

       Assist heavy equipment operators to secure special attachments to equipment, signal

       operators to guide them in moving equipment and provide assistance in other activities

       Remove rubble and other debris at construction sites using rakes, shovels,

       wheelbarrows and other equipment

       Direct traffic at or near construction sites

       Perform other activities at construction sites, as directed.

 

Requirements:

-Education: No formal education is required

-Experience: Experience is an asset. Training will be provided.

-Weight Handling: Up to 90 pounds

- Tools and machinery: standard used in construction Canada. Employer will provide training

-Work conditions and Physical Capabilities: Fast-paced environment, Tight deadlines, Repetitive tasks, Handling heavy loads, Physically demanding, Manual dexterity, Attention to detail, Combination of sitting, standing, walking, Standing for extended periods, Bending, crouching, kneeling

-Personal suitability: Effective interpersonal skills, Team player, Initiative, Accurate, Judgement, Organized

- Worksite - Outdoors all time

 

Salary: $24.04  hourly, 30- 50 Hours per week. 

 

Benefits:

 

- Airfare ticket to be provided by the employer

- Transportation to the job sites will be provided by the employer

-  Employer will supply suitable and affordable accommodation - Housing amount will be deducted from their payroll deductions. (up to 30 %of gross salary month)

 

Important information:

Flexibility in schedule is required. The employee will work Monday to Friday, from 5:00 AM/7:00 AM until 5:00 PM. Overtime and weekend work may be required based on the business’ needs. A minimum of 30 hours per week is guaranteed during the winter months.

 

·        Open to received candidates with no English and Basic English.

 

Age range: Under 55.

Se busca Peluqueros caninos en Canada

Dog Groomers wanted in Toronto, Ontario, Canada

 3 vacancies

Petcare dog daycare, grooming, retail

Wage: $14.90 Per hour exceeding based on experience

Duration of the contract: 2 years

English Level: Basic-Intermediate

Minimum Years of experience: 3 

Minimum Education level required: High School


Must know breed Standard cuts How to bathe dogs

cut nails, trim fur, paw pad fur sanitary area on dogs.

How to use sheers and scissors for grooming


Stone Mason wanted in Ontario, Canada

 Stone Masons and Bricklayers lay bricks, concrete blocks, stone, and other

similar materials to construct or repair walls, arches, chimneys, fireplaces,

and other structures in accordance with blueprints and specifications.


Primary Tasks:

● Cut and trim bricks and concrete blocks to specification using hand and

power tools.

● Prepare and lay bricks, concrete blocks, stone, structural tiles, and

similar materials to construct or repair walls, foundations, and other

structures in residential, industrial, and commercial construction.

● Lay bricks or other masonry units to build residential or commercial

chimneys and fireplaces.

● Lay radial bricks to build masonry shells of industrial chimneys.

● Lay or install firebricks to line industrial chimneys and smokestacks.

Lay bricks, stone, or similar materials to provide veneer-facing walls

or other surfaces.

● Construct and install prefabricated masonry units.

● Lay bricks or other masonry units to build patios, garden walls, and

other decorative installations.


Conditions of Employment


Achieving the goals and objectives stipulated in performance

appraisals.

● Observe the company's safety practices and procedures at all times,

without exception.

● Arriving to work on time, wearing the appropriate personal protective

equipment, and having the required tools for the assigned worksite

project.

● Working long or unusual hours during the peak season, often in

inclement weather.

● Being in good accord with colleagues and seeking dispute resolution

through the offices of human resources.

● Representing the company with professionalism when dealing with

clients and the public.

1-year contract.

Hours: 8-10 per day, 40-44 per week

Wage: $32 per hour




Siding Installer wanted in Canada

 A siding installer is a tradesperson who is responsible for the installation of

siding products to the exterior of residential and commercial buildings.

Siding is installed to provide protection as well as deliver a decorative

appearance.


Primary Tasks:

● Attach house wrap or other material to building surface using staples,

nails or adhesives.

● Attach wood or metal laths to the surface using a screw gun, nail gun, or

hammer.

● Fit and fasten siding material to laths or framing studs using

a measuring device (tape measure, transit or laser level), hammer or

nail gun, or adhesives.

● Cut and trim material to size and shape to fit using shears (powered or

hand-operated), saw (powered or hand-operated), or utility knives.

● Fill joints and cracks with caulking compound using a caulk gun, putty

knife.

Conditions of Employment

Achieving the goals and objectives stipulated in performance

appraisals.

● Observe the company's safety practices and procedures at all times,

without exception.

● Arriving to work on time, wearing the appropriate personal protective

equipment, and having the required tools for the assigned worksite

project.

● Working long or unusual hours during the peak season, often in

inclement weather.

● Being in good accord with colleagues and seeking dispute resolution

through the offices of human resources.

● Representing the company with professionalism when dealing with

clients and the public.



Minimum English level –

basic/int/adv

Intermediate

Minimum Educational level

requested:

None specified

Driver’s license – Yes/No No

Duration of Contract 1-year minimum, 2 if approved for that

Possibility of renewals- Yes/No Yes

Gender: Male

Minimum years of experience: 2+ years

Job Location - Province Hamilton, Ontario

The main activity of the business:

Building construction, roofing, and exteriors.

Wage: $22 per hour Siding Installer, 

Shifts: During the day

Hours: 8-10 per day, 40-44 per week


Observations:

Specific Requirements for the

job ● Good physical health, with good

vision and spatial awareness.

● Good balance and safety awareness.

● Ability to work well on a team.

● Good oral and written communication

skills.

● Ability to work within timelines.

● Ability to get along well with all kinds

of people.


Autobody Technician wanted in Ontario, Canada

  (NOC: 7322)

1 vacancy

Type of Employment: Full Time

Location: Ontario.

Duration of Contract: 24 months.

Possibility of renewal: Yes.

Job Description:

● AUTO BODY TECHNICIANS MUST BE ABLE TO WORK ON CARS, TRANSPORT

TRUCKS,

INDUSTRIAL MACHINES SUCH AS BACKHOES, EXCAVATORS, ETC. PAINTING ABILITIES

REQUIRED.

● Review damage report and estimates of repair cost and plan work to be performed

● Repair and replace front end components, body components, doors and frame and

underbody components

● Hammer out dents, buckles, and other defects using blocks and hammers

● Operate soldering equipment or use plastic filler to fill holes, dents and seams

● Remove damaged fenders, panels and grills using wrenches and cutting torch and bolt or

weld replacement parts into place

● Straighten bent frames using frame and underbody pulling and anchoring equipment

● File, grind, and sand repaired body surfaces using hand and power tools

● Mask and tape auto body surfaces in preparation for painting

● Mix paint, blend, and match colours.

● Apply primers and repaint surfaces using brush or spray guns

● Repair and replace glass components such as windshields, windows, and sunroofs

● Repair or replace interior components, such as seat frame assembly, carpets, and

floorboard insulation

● Inspect repaired vehicles and test drive vehicles for proper handling.

Requirements:

- Language: English Intermediate (Must be able to understand and Communicate.)

- Education: High School.

- Experience: 5 years.

- Driver’s license: Yes

- Shift : 8am TO 4:30pm OR 9am TO 5:30pm

Work Conditions and Physical Capabilities: Fast-paced environment, Standing for extended

periods

Personal Suitability: Team player, Flexibility, Judgement, Reliability, Effective interpersonal skills

Salary: $20 per Hour

Se buscan cocineros en British Columbia, Canada


En este video informamos de las oportunidades para cocineros especializados con un empleador en la provincia de British Columbia.

Visite nuestro webinar con los detalles de como trabajar en Canada en restaurantes: https://nexuscanadavisa-9a25c.gr8.com/offer_page.html

Cooks needed in British Columbia, Canada

 Cooks NOC (6322)

2 Vacancies

Type of Employment: Full time – Permanent.

Location: British Columbia.

Duration of Contract: 24 months

Possibility of renewal: Yes.

Job Description:

- Ability to navigate oneself within a commercial kitchen

- Having a great work ethic and showing up on time for every shift

- Able to work with other line cooks effectively and efficiently

- Take direction and work under pressure during peak times from other line-cooks and chef

- Must be able to work in a fast-paced environment

- Must be friendly and personable with other co-workers

- Being able to learn on the fly and self motivate

- Prep orders and prepare various dishes simultaneously

- Knowledge of our menu and ingredients to prepare dishes for customers

- Must be able to maintain the cooking standard that is required by our head chef

- Ability to create and maintain a safe working environment around all other co-workers and

- equipment daily

- Cleaning and maintenance of kitchen equipment and appliances (simple fixes)

Requirements:

-Language: Intermediate English (Must be able to understand and Communicate.)

-Education: High school.

-Experience: 2 Years of cooking experience. Previous experience in retail/commercial

Cooking. Knowledge of basic commercial cooking equipment.

-Hours: 40 hours per week, 730am-330pm or 330pm-11pm shifts.

-Salary: $16 per hour.

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