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This page lists upward job reclassifications and up-in-range appointments for positions within the scope of the PS/GE and CUPE 600 Collective Bargaining Agreements.

For more information, please refer to the HR Manual, the SGEU Collective Bargaining Agreement or the  CUPE Collective Bargaining Agreement.

Find out more about reclassifications and up-in-range appointments below:

SGEU Employees Up-in-Range Appointments

The following appointments have been made at a rate above the minimum of the applicable range by reason of the qualifications indicated.  In accordance with the applicable union contract (per Article 14.2 of the PSC/SGEU Agreement and Article 22.02 of the CUPE Agreement) employees being paid at lower rates in the range of the class may request a review of their salary if they feel that their qualifications are equivalent.  Requests must be submitted to the email address indicated within 30 days of the date of this tabloid, quoting the competition number along with the details to substantiate qualifications and experience in relation to those advertised. 

The following posting is in accordance with the clauses dealing with "In-Hiring Rate of Pay".
Permanent Full-time
TRA000907 - Journeyperson Painter
Ministry: Executive Government 013 Central Services
Grade and Job: SGEU.05., TJI - SGEU
Salary Range: $25.076 - $30.508
Rate Approved: $27.00
Key Responsibilities of position:
Journeyperson painter will utilize skills, knowledge, abilities and or technical training and on-the-job experience to maintain and repair a diverse range of buildings, finishes and refinish new and antique furniture. You patch and paint interior walls, ceilings, and woodwork using a variety of materials. Work independently or as part of a team ensuring customer needs and project assignments are completed in a timely, safe and efficient manner. Know the theories, principles, and practices related to the painting field and knowledge of occupational safety standards supplemented with several years related trade experience. A Journeyperson's certificate or equivalent skill level/work experience is required. To qualify for this position, you must possess and be able to produce a valid Class 5 driver's license.

Qualifications of person Appointed:
Journeyperson ticket
12 years’ experience
Experience in plaster (lathe and plaster finishes)
Prep from rough drywall to finished painted wall
Submit challenges to staffing@gov.sk.ca

Closing Date:  July 26, 2019

 

The following posting is in accordance with the clauses dealing with "In-Hiring Rate of Pay".
Permanent Full-time
TRA000917 - Journeyperson Parts Person
Ministry: Executive Government 016 Highways and Infrastructure
Grade and Job: SGEU.07., TJD - SGEU
Salary Range: $24.460-$30.654
Rate Approved: $28.382 
Key Responsibilities of position:
Journeyperson Parts Person responsible for identifying and ordering products, issuing, receiving and sourcing parts and inventory items as well as processing invoices, managing and maintaining the Fleet Services inventory in the computer inventory system. You will provide expertise and guidance to Fleet Services and its clients regarding policies, procedures and financial guidelines related to purchasing, supplies, CVA's and equipment specification. You will be responsible for supervision and coaching for a parts person, shop assistant and summer student. In your role of storekeeper you will work with your parts team as a "Lean Leader" to assist them in process improvements for all aspects of service delivery. As the successful candidate you will demonstrate commitment to the Ministry’s corporate culture and values. To qualify for this position you will hold a valid Class 5 operators license and a Journeyperson Parts Certificate.
Qualifications of person Appointed:
Red Seal Journeyperson Partsperson
11 years experience
experience at highways

Submit challenges to staffing@gov.sk.ca
Closing Date:  July 26, 2019

 

The following posting is in accordance with the clauses dealing with "In-Hiring Rate of Pay".
Permanent Full-time
VEH001928 - Equipment Operator
Ministry: Executive Government>016 Highways and Infrastructure
Grade and Job: SGEU.06., GHM - SGEU
Salary Range: $22.648-$28.384
Rate Approved: $25.00
Key Responsibilities of position:
As a part of a Section crew you will operate, service and maintain heavy equipment such as tandem trucks with hydrodrum, spinner and snowplow attachments, motor graders and front-end loaders, performing various highway maintenance functions in the summer and snow/ice removal in the winter months. You will also keep records and logs of hours of operation, repairs and amounts of materials applied to highways, and in the absence of the supervisor, you may be assigned supervisory responsibilities. You will work under extreme and changing climate conditions and must be willing to travel and work flexible hours. You must be able and willing to work in physically demanding conditions and perform physical labour, heavy lifting, and climbing. As a member of a team who ensures public safety, you will have the opportunity to work with new and advanced technologies and equipment.
Qualifications of person Appointed:
17+ years experience trucking and heavy equipment
1A license
Experience with maintenance and service of equipment
Submit challenges to staffing@gov.sk.ca
Closing Date:  July 26, 2019

 

The following posting is in accordance with the clauses dealing with "In-Hiring Rate of Pay".
VEH001811 - Equipment Operator
Ministry: Executive Government 016 Highways and Infrastructure
Grade and Job: SGEU.06., GHM - SGEU
Salary Range: $22.648-$28.384
Rate Approved: $25.00
Key Responsibilities of position:
Operate, service and maintain heavy equipment such as tandem trucks with hydro drum, spinner, snowplow and wing attachments, graders and front-end loaders, performing various highway maintenance functions in the summer and snow and ice removal in the winter months.   Keep records and logs of hours of operation, repairs and amounts of materials applied to highways, and in the absence of the supervisor you may be assigned supervisory responsibilities.  Must work under extreme and changing climate conditions and must be willing to travel and work flexible hours. You must be able and willing to work in physically demanding conditions and perform physical labour, heavy lifting and climbing. As a member of a team who ensures public safety, you will have the opportunity to work with new and advanced technologies and equipment. You will be approachable and flexible in dealing with members of the public and the work unit, self-motivated to complete tasks, adaptable to changing work situations, and must work well in an environment that recognizes, supports, respects and welcomes diversity of employees and clients. To qualify for this position, you must hold a valid class 3A drivers license with the ability to upgrade to class 1A within six months of appointment to this position.
Qualifications of person Appointed:
1A license
12+ years experience
Good understanding of making repairs to hydraulic systems and electrical systems
Snow Plow experience
Submit challenges to staffing@gov.sk.ca
Closing Date:  August 8, 2019


The following posting is in accordance with the clauses dealing with "In-Hiring Rate of Pay".
ADM015975 - Legal Coordinator
Ministry: Executive Government 030 Government Relations
Grade and Job: SGEU.10., CRO - SGEU
Salary Range: $31.967-$40.058
Rate Approved: $34.546
Key Responsibilities of position:
The SMB has an exciting and rewarding opportunity for a highly motivated Legal Coordinator. As the successful candidate, you will provide senior leadership to the administrative group and lead the day-to-day case management and decision writing process. Reporting to the Senior Director, your main responsibilities will be:• Coordinate and support the decision writing process to accurately reflect legislation and timelines in accordance with the strategic plan.• Proof decisions for accuracy, reasons, readability, plain language, legislation and case law.• Report the achievement of strategic goals regularly, through dashboards and monitoring reports. Identify deficiencies and recommend changes to enhance SMB results. • Oversee the day-to-day operation of the case management process as it relates to the administrative support, to ensure the smooth flow of files to directors and Board members. • Take initiative and provide oversight and guidance to the administrative and legal support team.• Provide feedback and enhance processes to build accuracy and capacity in day-to-day operations.• Oversee the day-to-day activities of the administration team including managing conflict and performance issues as they arise, referring complex issues to the Senior Director.• Apply SMB policies and procedures in a fast-paced working environment as it relates to the collection and release of information, and writing, releasing and publishing decisions.• Independently conduct legal research using CanLII and Westlaw.• Monitor decisions at the Court of Appeal and Court of Queen’s Bench, summarize and identify important findings and recommend changes to SMB policy and procedures as appropriate. As our candidate of choice, you will have the following:• Supervisory experience leading and directing activities and follow-up as required.• Proficient in English with exemplary written and oral communication skills in the legal field and business environment to ensure correspondence and Decisions are reflective of our judicial nature.• Ability to communicate complex legislation in plain language, and ensure decisions are accurate, understandable and supported by legislation and case law.• Familiarity and experience with legal software such as CanLII, BoardEffect and ProLaw.• Extensive knowledge and experience interpreting legislation and the appeal process.• Familiarity with tribunals, the municipal sector and case law.• Knowledge about the mandate of the SMB and its governing legislation. Typically, the competencies required for this position are as follows:• Degree in Human Justice, Law or related field.• Legal experience gained from working in a legal environment or related field.• An understanding of the appeal process, supporting legislation and case law.• Knowledge of and experience using legal software.

Qualifications of person Appointed:
20 years senior experience in legal transcription, paralegal, legal secretary and management
Legal Secretary Diploma (Honours)
Business Law classes
Submit challenges to staffing@gov.sk.ca
Closing Date:  August 8, 2019

 

The following posting is in accordance with the clauses dealing with "In-Hiring Rate of Pay".
Permanent Full-time
CON001736 - Provincial Coordinator, Official Languages Program
Ministry: Executive Government 005 Education
Grade and Job: SGEU.08., CCP - SGEU
Salary Range: $26.415-$33.105
Rate Approved: $32.00
Key Responsibilities of position:
The Ministry of Education, Programs Branch is seeking a highly motivated, bilingual
(French and English) individual to manage and coordinate the Official Languages Programs (Federal-Provincial Programs), the Saskatchewan-Quebec Student Exchange Program, and the French Bursary Program. You will have knowledge of the Official Language Programs, The K-12 education system in Saskatchewan, French educations programs including Intensive French, Core French, French Immersion, Fransaskois Education, Federal-Provincail funding agreements in a minority setting. The competencies would typically be acquired through a Professional A teaching certificate, teaching, consulting or administrative experience in K-12 French First Language Education of Rench Second Language Programs. Fluency in both languages is required.
Qualifications of person Appointed:
Candidate has a Bachelor of Arts (u of R) , Bachelor of French Education (U of R) and Master's in Francophone Studies, Plurilingualism and Intercultural Mediation (Universite Rennes - France). Candidate has experience in post-secondary institutions as a sessional lecturer/Instructor at the U of R (2015-2018), as a French immersion teacher (2011 - 2012), as a substitute teacher in the public school system (2015-2017) and a a project co-ordinator for Canadian Parents for French (2014-2015). Has extensive knowledge of educational psychology at the K-12 and post secondary levels, various French organizations and partnerships.
Has worked directly with the Odyssey, Explore and Destination Clic programs, as well as provincial initiatives, the French Teacher Summer Bursary program and the Saskatchewan-Quebec (SK-QC) Student Exchange Program.
Project co-ordinator and teacher/lecturer
Submit challenges to staffing@gov.sk.ca

Closing Date: August 15, 2019


The following posting is in accordance with the clauses dealing with "In-Hiring Rate of Pay".
Permanent Full-time
VEH001928 - Equipment Operator
Ministry: Executive Government 016 Highways and Infrastructure
Grade and Job: SGEU.06., GHM - SGEU
Salary Range: $22.648-$28.384
Rate Approved: $25.00
Key Responsibilities of position:
As a part of a Section crew you will operate, service and maintain heavy equipment such as tandem trucks with hydrodrum, spinner and snowplow attachments, motor graders and front-end loaders, performing various highway maintenance functions in the summer and snow/ice removal in the winter months. You will also keep records and logs of hours of operation, repairs and amounts of materials applied to highways, and in the absence of the supervisor, you may be assigned supervisory responsibilities. You will work under extreme and changing climate conditions and must be willing to travel and work flexible hours. You must be able and willing to work in physically demanding conditions and perform physical labour, heavy lifting, and climbing. As a member of a team who ensures public safety, you will have the opportunity to work with new and advanced technologies and equipment.
Qualifications of person Appointed:
1A drivers license
12+ years trucking and heavy equipment operator
Heavy Equipment Operator Course
Experience with maintenance and servicing of heavy duty equipment
Submit challenges to staffing@gov.sk.ca
Closing Date: August 15, 2019

 

The following posting is in accordance with the clauses dealing with "In-Hiring Rate of Pay".
Permanent Full-time
ENV001559 - Forest Ecosystem Protection Technician
Ministry: Executive Government 026 Environment
Grade and Job: SGEU.07., SFT - SGEU
Salary Range: $24.460-$30.654
Rate Approved: $26.50
Key Responsibilities of position:
Under the guidance of the Area Forester you will complete and participate in the review of various industry plans for forest operations, silviculture, grazing, and other industrial developments. You will assist in the compliance assurance activities with the area teams of Forest Ecosystem Protection Specialists and Area Foresters. You will also be expected to take an active role in consultation processes with First Nations/Métis (Duty to Consult), traditional resources users, local communities, and stakeholders (trappers, outfitters, grazers, recreational groups) in regard to activities occurring on Crown Land. 
You will have knowledge of principles of ecosystem-based forest management, environmental protection, forest operations including boreal forest silviculture, and operational planning. The successful candidate will require effective verbal and written communication skills to interact with industry and provide compliance education opportunities as it relates to the regulations administered by the Forest Service Branch. 
Typically, the competencies required for this position would be obtained through the completion of a Forestry Technician program supplemented with related work experience. Candidates must be eligible for membership with the Association of Saskatchewan Forestry Professionals as an RPFT or Restricted member. This position will require travel to remote locations to conduct work activities, work irregular hours, conduct field evaluations, and operate trucks and all-terrain vehicles.
Qualifications of person Appointed:
Bachelor of Science in Agriculture, Environmental Science
10 months experience working as a Forest Development Technician.
Submit challenges to staffing@gov.sk.ca
Closing Date: August 15, 2019

SGEU Encumbered Upward Reclassifications

 

CUPE Employees Up-in-Range Appointments

There are currently no up-in-range appointments for CUPE employees.

CUPE Encumbered Upward Reclassifications

There are currently no CUPE reclassifications.
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