Jobs in Canada
Applicants have the option to apply for seasonal-unskilled jobs, or apply for a permanent-skilled position. The difference between these two options is that skilled workers require specialized training and unskilled workers do not.
Unskilled workers are generally workers that requires no specific education level, or specialized experience, must have at least a high school diploma and the right experience in the field they are applying for.
Skilled permanent employee, may be eligible to apply for permanent residency under the Federal Skilled Worker Program and must meet certain criteria, such as suitable education and work experience.
Low Skilled Seasonal Workers average six months assignment – many workers returning yearly, working for the same company.
Skilled/Professional workers with certain work experience and education – these positions are permanent with 1-3 years contract and may be eligible to apply for permanent residence for themselves and their families.
- Proof of Covid-19 vaccination required
- Must be able to read and write English
- An updated Resume
- At least a high school diploma
- Minimum three years’ work experience relevant to the job you are applying for
- Passports – current and expired passports
- Two passport site photographs
- Police / medical reports
- Reference Letters from current and past employers
- Paystubs – from current and previous jobs
- Copy of degree and/or certificates
- Three months bank statement showing proof of personal funds
- Family Information that may include copies of marriage and birth certificates
- You will also need to complete an in-depth online questionnaire
Types of Positions:
- Hospitality/Customer Service
- Truck Drivers /Mechanic Engineers
- Electrical & Electronics Engineers
- Technician Skilled Maintenance
- Technician Certified
- Forklift Operator/Warehouse Person
Alberta, Ontario, British Columbia and Saskatchewan
Types of Industries:
Hospitality, amusement parks, cleaning, restaurant, fast food, food processing, sales, apparel, clerical, customer service, warehousing, manufacturing, parts assembly, construction, oil, telecommunications, agriculture, automotive, electronics and plastics.
Fees & Payment:
e-JAM does not charge applicants a placement fee, but due to the complexity of the forms in filing for the Canadian Temporary Work Permit, e-JAM uses the services of a licensed Immigration Consultant to prepare the visa application forms and submit them to the Canadian government on behalf of our applicants. Employers are then assured that workers hired through e-JAM have a 98% chance of getting approved by the Canadian Government.
The fee for professional service varies, depending on whether processing seasonal work permit applications (low skilled positions), or processing year-round work permit (high skilled positions). Fee ranges from US$1,000 to US$1,800.00.
Although we cannot guarantee results, deciding to use the services of an Immigration Consultant makes the process a lot easier, faster and increases an applicant chance of being successful in obtaining a work permit.
- Completed e-JAM Registration Form
- An updated resume
- Copy of passport (valid up to 6-months after return date), including any previously issued visas
- Head shot passport size photograph (face camera directly and smile)