Hiring Farmers in Japan

Non-Stop Overseas Employment Corporation is a land based recruitment agency duly licensed by the Philippine Overseas Employment Administration (POEA) and Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) specializing in the career placement of Filipino professionals and skilled workers for overseas employment.

It is a registered company with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), licensed by the Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) through the Philippine Overseas Employment Administration (POEA) and permitted by the City Government of Manila to engage in the recruitment of qualified Filipinos for overseas employment.

Their Corporation was established by topnotched managers from various agencies with over 20 years of recruitment experience in the Philippines. Their combined expertise in the recruitment industry makes the company a world-class agency which can withstand the challenges posed by the new millennium.


Vacancies: 30

Salary Per Month

JPY 103,644 – 132,080 (Php 43,025 – 54,829)

Job Description:

  • Performing maintenance on the farm.
  • Managing farming activities.
  • Working with horses, cows, and chickens.
  • Feeding, clearing the dung out, cleaning machinery, milking, cleaning the animals, selling products such as eggs, milk, ice-cream, etc.
  • Planting fruits and vegetables (e.g. pumpkins, potatoes, lettuces, leeks, tomatoes, strawberries, peaches, melons), caring, harvesting, processing and possibly selling products locally.
  • Growing cut flowers and ornamental plants.
  • Seeding, growing and harvesting crops such as rice, millet, corn, and wheat.
  • Repair farm machinery so it can still be utilized to cultivate, harvest, and haul crops.
  • Serve as the sales agent for livestock and crops.
  • Determine how to raise crops or livestock according to factors such as market conditions, federal program availability, and soil conditions.
  • Adapt their duties to the seasons, weather conditions, or a crop’s growing cycle.
  • Supervise all steps of the crop production and ranging process, including planting, fertilizing, harvesting, and herding.
  • Maintain farm facilities, such as water pipes, hoses, fences, and animal shelters.
  • Select and purchase supplies, such as seed, fertilizers, and farm machinery.
  • Keep financial, tax, production, and employee records.
  • Performing manual labor.
  • Performing maintenance on the farm.
  • Handling heavy machinery.
  • Repairing faulty vehicles and machinery.
  • Overseeing farm workers.
  • Devising strategies for harvesting or breeding.
  • Liaising with clients.
Source: Philippine Go 
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