The National Employment Bureau is urgently seeking to create a shortlist of suitable persons to be interviewed by employers from a well-established meat processing plant in Canada to fill positions as butchers.
The job will entail, among other duties, slaughtering cattle, splitting carcasses into smaller proportions, removing bones from meat and cutting meat and poultry into specific cuts.
Suitable candidates must have a secondary school education and should have either completed a programme in industrial meat cutting or have experience as an industrial butcher or trimmer. Individuals with adequate knife skills and three years’ experience as a butcher may also apply.
Interested persons are required to register immediately at the National Employment Bureau. Persons should provide an updated resume, and one (1) passport-sized photo.
For further information, persons may contact the National Employment Bureau at telephone numbers, 310-1551, 310-1552 or 310-1553, or visit the National Employment Bureau on the 1st Floor East, Warrens Office Complex, St. Michael as soon as possible.
All applicants visiting the office must provide a valid form of picture identification at the time of registering. A dress code is in effect.
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