Here are some of the questions that visitors to this web site may find useful. Please bear in mind you can always send us an e-mail or a message and we will be happy to answer any questions that you might have related to the services we provide or anything else mentioned on this web site.
Yes, posting vacant positions is free for Canadian employers. Only in case if you want to place a link (small image) on the front page of our web site, which will lead to either your company web site or to the job post on our web site we would charge advertising fee. Otherwise posting jobs on our web site is free of charge for Canadian employers.
Yes, you can cancel or slightly modify your job ad before its original expiry date. If however you cancel your job ad, we remove it from the web site, then you request that we put it back on within 30 days from the date you requested cancelation we will charge $50 administration fee. If you post the same job (or different job) more than 30 days after you canceled the first job ad everything is free.
We serve Canadian employers and truck drivers. Some of the truck drivers who are our clients are outside of Canada and North America and due to the time zone difference it is more convenient for them to contact someone who is physically located in Europe.
Yes. You will have to provide details about your requirements and expectations in terms of work experience, education, language proficiency etc. and we can arrange Skype interviews with as many truck drivers as you want.
Yes - we can arrange for an interpreter to participate in the Skype call just in case if foreign truck driver is not perfectly fluent in English and employer does not want any misunderstandings during the job interview. At the present time this is available only for Serbo-Croatian language (and its local variants).
We understand you are busy driving and may not have time for sending your resume to Canadian employers. For that reason we offer services such as ACTIVE MARKETING and TARGETED ACTIVE MARKETING where we e-mail your resume to Canadian employers on your behalf. We can even try to arrange Skype interview for you however we do not negotiate job offers with Canadian employers. We play administrative role in the process. It is up to you and your Canadian employer to arrange a job offer.
In Canada it is illegal to charge foreign workers for securing job offer for them (which is not what we do) however, it is perfectly legal to charge for advertising foreign workers' skills, for assisting foreign workers with administrative tasks such as e-mailing their resumes on their behalf, interpreting for them, preparing resumes for them etc.
No, you don't have to put your profile on our web site in situations when you, for example, need assistance with resume preparation, or you want our staff to translate your documents in English etc. However, if you choose options such as ACTIVE MARKETING or TARGETED ACTIVE MARKETING, you will have to create your profile on our web site. This will also increase the likelihood of Canadian employers contacting you and arranging job interview with you.
No, you don't have to put your video introduction on our web site in situations when you, for example, need assistance with resume preparation, or you want our staff to translate your documents in English etc. However, if you choose options such as ACTIVE MARKETING or TARGETED ACTIVE MARKETING, you will have to create your profile on our web site and your video introduction will have to be in your profile. This will also increase the likelihood of Canadian employers contacting you and arranging job interview with you.
We will do our best to help you find work in Canada however, no one can provide you with 100% guarantee that you will be offered a job by Canadian employer because you put your profile on our web site. We do believe that your chances of securing a job offer are much higher if you have a good resume, if you contact great number of Canadian employers, if you perform well on the job interview and if Canadian employers have some basic information about you as a person before they contact you (which is the purpose of your profile on our web site). We can help you with all those steps therefore we believe our services are of great importance to anyone who wants to work as a truck driver in Canada.
Yes, Milorad Borota is a Regulated Canadian Immigration consultant and he can help your Canadian employer apply for LMIA for you. He has been doing that for the past 5 years. Please see more about that at What is LMO?
Yes, Milorad Borota (Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultant) can help you with your application for Canadian temporary work permit.
What is canadiantrucker.org?
Perhaps the first question one may ask is what is www.canadiantrucker.org? Is it an organization? Agency? Company? Answer to this question is simple: www.canadiantrucker is neither company nor agency, it is not an organization either. It is a web platform which makes it possible for several people to offer their services fairly independently from each other (there is a degree of coordination among them however each person is responsible for signing their own Service Agreement with their clients and each one gets paid directly for the services they provide). You can think about it as a small shopping mall where individual vendors sell shoes, clothes, books, food etc. all under one roof. www.canadiantrucker.org is very similar to that small shopping mall however we do not sell food or books, instead we offer our services for sale.