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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".
AGR000562 - Provincial Cattle Specialist
Ministry: Executive Government>001 Agriculture
Grade and Job: SGEU.12., CAG - SGEU
Salary Range: $38.680-$48.473
Rate Approved: $48.473
Key Responsibilities of position:
The Saskatchewan Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock Branch is seeking a values driven and highly motivated individual as Provincial Cattle Specialist to assist in the growth and development of Saskatchewan’s cattle sector. In this position you will be required to analyze, interpret and summarize beef cattle industry trends, and communicate this information to senior management, government, and industry. You will be a liaison between the ministry and provincial and national cattle associations to understand and identify current and emerging issues that affect cattle production in Saskatchewan. Our candidate of choice will provide on-going evaluations of research proposals and results and assist in identifying emerging opportunities or projects to increase the competitiveness of the beef cattle sector. You will be a ministry resource to support programs and services related to the livestock industry as well as develop and maintain a network of internal and external contacts to obtain and exchange information and resources. You will bring knowledge of the agriculture industry (provincial, national and global), business and economics of the North American cattle sector including markets and risk management tools, business development process as it relates to the development of livestock operations and project management processes. You will also bring strong communication skills to provide both written and verbal information to internal and external stakeholders as well as experience providing presentations, workshops and learning events. This position will require considerable travel within and occasionally outside of the province with irregular hours of work required on occasion. Competencies for this position would typically be obtained through the completion of a Master of Science degree in Agriculture or an equivalent combination of education and experience. A thorough understanding of the cattle industry gained through several years of experience in the beef cattle industry in western Canada is preferred. The successful candidate is required to be a member or eligible for membership in the Saskatchewan Institute of Agrologists. The successful candidate must have the ability to:• provide strong leadership when working with groups to develop initiatives, programs and project to achieve a desired outcome (Leadership);• provide/obtain/exchange clear and accurate information verbally and in writing in both formal and informal settings to a variety of people (eg. community, clients, colleagues, other governments, industry) in a manner appropriate to the audience
(Communication);• consult/work with other organizations, colleagues, individuals and communities to develop positive working relationships, policies and protocols, address complaints and establish partnerships and networks of internal and external stakeholders
(Interpersonal);• search for and assess data/information to develop materials, report and/or make decisions, recommendations and conclusions to enable industry stakeholders and ministry staff to solve production and economic problems (Problem solving);• work independently and collaborate as a team member with co-workers, agencies, organizations and others to consistently meet client and program needs (Team/independence);• create and generate queries, reports, documents and presentations using internet, word processing, databases, spreadsheets and other software programs (Technical);• plan and organize multiple complex tasks and projects taking into consideration changing priorities to meet strict and/or changes
Qualifications of person Appointed:
Masters of Science
Bachelors of Science
Published several research papers in journals and has a long list of research projects
20 years of directly related professional experience, the majority of which has been focused on cattle at the Western Beef Development Center and at the University of Saskatchewan.
Submit challenges to staffing@gov.sk.ca
Closing Date:  February 16, 2019

The following posting is in accordance with the clauses dealing with "In-Hiring Rate of Pay".
FIN003311 - Financial Consultant
Ministry: Executive Government>013 Central Services
Grade and Job: SGEU.11., FAT - SGEU
Salary Range: $36.610-$45.874
Rate Approved: $40.903
Key Responsibilities of position:
Reporting to the Manager, Financial Planning & Reporting, this Financial Consultant position provides ministry-wide services related to:
• supervising the work of the Contract Administration unit and staff management of the Contract Administrators within the unit;
• financial analysis and expertise to support capital budget development, capital forecasting and expenditure management; recruitment
• ensuring that the administration of the ministry’s contracts and the payments against those contracts adhere to the policies, procedures, legislation, and regulations that the ministry is governed by;
• preparing reports to support decision making;
• developing and monitoring internal processes, policies, and procedures;• identifying areas of risk or deficiencies and recommending/implementing corrective actions;• financial analysis of business operations and providing advice regarding accounting principles, FAM, internal policies and relevant legislation;
• preparation of financial reports for internal and special reporting requirements in accordance with ministry and government policies. 
 The successful candidate will have knowledge of Generally Accepted Accounting Principles and financial processes including budgeting, forecasting, and reporting within the public sector as well as knowledge of computer software applications such as Microsoft Excel and Word, integrated financial systems and financial reporting systems. Knowledge of MIDAS would be considered an asset.
Qualifications of person Appointed:
CPA designation
10 years of directly related accounting experience
Bachelor of Business Administration
Submit challenges to staffing@gov.sk.ca
Closing Date: February 14, 2019

The following posting is in accordance with the clauses dealing with "In-Hiring Rate of Pay".
TRA000844 - Journeyperson Carpentar
Ministry: Executive Government>013 Central Services
Grade and Job: SGEU.07., TJC - SGEU
Salary Range: $27.079 - $32.946
Rate Approved: $28.50
Key Responsibilities of position:
Provide various construction and renovation services in various locations and communities throughout the province.Utilize your skills, knowledge and abilities gained through your Journeyperson Carpenter technical training and on-the-job experience as you construct, repair, maintain, alter and/or renovate structures/buildings/offices both internally and externally in various locations. Fabricate, install and maintain interior/exterior doors, fire doors, windows, wall panels, cabinetry and other miscellaneous items needed by the client.
Qualifications of person Appointed:
Red Seal Journeyperson status
6 years experience in finishing
3 years apprenticing carpenter experience
Submit challenges to staffing@gov.sk.ca
Closing Date:  January 31, 2019

The following posting is in accordance with the clauses dealing with "In-Hiring Rate of Pay".
INV000681 - SCAN Investigator
Ministry: Executive Government>003 Justice
Grade and Job: SGEU.09., RIN - SGEU
Salary Range: $29.060 - $36.417
Rate Approved: $32.687
Key Responsibilities of position:
The Policing and Community Safety Services Division of the Ministry of Justice have a challenging career opportunity in Regina with the Safer Communities and Neighbourhoods Investigation Unit for mature, motivated, responsible, team orientated individuals. As an Investigator/Inspector, the incumbent's primary goal will be to conduct investigations and enforcement under the authority of the Safer Communities and Neighbourhoods Act. As an Investigator/Inspector, you will conduct plain clothes/undercover investigations and enforcement activities in high crime neighbourhoods and communities targeting private and commercial properties being habitually used for illegal activities such as, but not limited to, illegal growth, sale, consumption of a controlled substance, child sexual abuse, sex trade activities, organized crime and gang related operations, illegal sale of intoxicants, illegal sale, use, transfer, exchange of beverage alcohol, are being conducted. The successful candidate will be required to:Be authorized to carry firearms and be able to pass the Provincial Firearms Standards approved by the Saskatchewan Police Commission, O.C. Spray, and extendable batons. Additionally you may be required to undergo medical and physical testing (in order to demonstrate overall health and fitness), and will be required to undergo psychological testing, criminal record check, background checks, qualify for a heightened level of security clearance, possess a valid drivers licence, successfully complete a period of position specific training including Use of Force and Risk Management and work varied shifts with extended hours that include travel. The incumbent will be appointed as a Special Constable pursuant to The Police Act, 1990. The knowledge required for this position would typically be gained by the successful completion of training in a police academy/college supplemented by extensive policing experience conducting investigations, enforcement and intelligence gathering in areas of: drug enforcement, vice investigations, organized crime/gangs and associated major crimes. Including conducting static and mobile surveillance, and the ability to complete informations and affidavits providing the courts opinion evidence based on this experience to obtain court orders.
Qualifications of person Appointed:
25 years in law enforcement 
10 years working in plain clothes within the Criminal Intelligent Division units of Break and enter, Major Crimes, and Street Gangs.
Submit challenges to staffing@gov.sk.ca
Closing Date: January 19, 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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