Tree Farm Labourers

Website Northern Lights Christmas Tree Farms Ltd.

Job Start Date: October 26, 2020

At Northern Lights Christmas Tree Farms, we are a family owned and operated business priding ourselves in supplying the best Christmas trees and customer service in the industry. With 75 years of combined experience, exporting products sales to United States, Caribbean and internationally, we stand behind our product – handpicking the finest Balsam and Fraser Fir from hundreds of acres.  We have an immediate need for Tree Farm Labourers for the upcoming season.

You will be entrusted to perform physically demanding, manual labour under adverse weather conditions and operate various power and hand tools safely and with confidence.  To be successful in this position you will have a reputation for being reliable, results driven and possess a track record for a solid work ethic.

Although this is a seasonal position, you will be offered $15.00 per hour for 30-50 hours per week with a crew who are friendly, energetic and a great group to work with.  Our season starts on October 26th and can offer the opportunity to work 7 days per week should you choose for the full 4-5 weeks of employ.

A valid driver’s license is a definite asset, however, transportation to our various locations can be arranged from designated pick-up locations with successful candidates.

If you can commit to sharing our passion, enthusiasm, and dedication to delivering the best trees and customer service, then please reach out to us!  Contact Skip at 902-890-8660 or email resume to nltreefarms@bellaliant.net

Salary Range: $15.00 per hour
    Essential Skills:
  • Working with Others
    Soft Skills:
  • Motivation
  • Attitude
  • Accountability
  • Time Management
  • Team Work
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