Hello world,Im Mark Moses Cadiente from the Philippines.Im a Apiary Technician looking for a full time vacant positions on beekeeping.I have been working with bees since 2011 and looking to expand my knowledge and learn more about beekeeping.Im currently working as an Apiary Technician here in Alberta,Canada but its only until the end of october.
I would like to employ a young Vietnamese beekeeper (male or female), to assist with my queen bee business. The basic requirement is that the applicant needs to possess exceptional eyesight so that they can consistently successfully graft 200+ cells per day. To do that they really need 20/ 20 vision. Obviously they must be comfortable around bees as they must be able to handle bee stings on a daily basis (part of the job).
There are good opportunities for competent young queen bee breeders in Australia and by Australian law you must be paid the same rate as Australian workers.
The Australian government has changed the law earlier this year to allow young Vietnamese people to come to Australia on a working holiday visa for 12 months and they then have options after the 12 months to apply for permanent residency.
Previously I have employed Filipino people successfully, but they cannot come to Australia via a working holiday visa and it has become difficult to employ them under the current legislation.
The successful applicant will be treated with respect, paid the correct rate and be provided with accommodation at no cost while working for us.
I am a very competent beekeeper and I believe that as beekeepers we need to pass on our knowledge to the next generation. If we can do this successfully it will open the door for young Vietnamese workers and both of our countries will benefit. All applicants will be advised accordingly via email so be sure to leave your email contact.
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Mark and Kay Farley