Canada launches temporary employment for Latinos with a salary of $15 per hour

Canada launches temporary employment for Latinos with a salary of $15 per hour

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If you live in Canada and you are looking for a employment where they pay you a good salary, this could be your great job opportunity, since there is a vacancy available through the Canadian Job Bank platform, where they are offering a position for those people who do not have secondary school as part of the requirements which is ideal for the Latin community that lives there.

The job offer is for the position of waiter to work at the Southside Rib & Drink company which is located in Nipawin, Saskatchewan, where you will have to perform various tasks not only such as serving food and drinks but also mixing and serving alcoholic beverages.

Some of the tasks and responsibilities you will be required to perform include handling customer complaints, preparing and serving food, making invoices, accepting payments, keeping table areas clean, taking orders, assisting customers, offering customer service, among others.

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It is important to note that the requirements require a high school certificate, being of legal age and having experience, while the salary you can receive ranges from 14 to 15 Canadian dollars per hour and you must work 30 to 40 hours per hour. week.

What do you need for this job in Canada


  • Mix and serve alcoholic beverages.
  • Address customer complaints or concerns.
  • Prepare and serve specialized food on customer tables.
  • Present invoices to customers and accept payments in cash, credit or debit cards, traveler’s checks, or room billing.
  • Describe menu items, including daily specials for customers.
  • Enforce provincial/territorial alcohol legislation and regulations.
  • Advise on menu selections.
  • Balance cash and record sales
  • Keep tables, trays and chairs clear and clean.
  • Describe and advise on wine selection.
  • Greet customers, present menus, make recommendations, and answer questions about food and beverages.
  • Serve food and drinks.
  • Take orders and transmit them to the kitchen and bar staff.
  • Train staff
  • Assist clients/guests with special needs.


  • Be of age
  • English language
  • Education: High school graduation certificate
  • Have experience
  • Computer and technology knowledge.
  • Physically demanding

If you are interested in this vacancy, you live in Canada and you meet the aforementioned requirements, you can apply through the Canadian Labor Bank website where they will ask you to have temporary permission to work and you must follow the steps they indicate.

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