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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 
AGR000671 - Provincial Livestock Specialist 
Ministry: Executive Government>001 Agriculture 
Grade and Job: SGEU.12., CAG - SGEU 
Salary Range: $40.367 - $50.586 
Rate Approved: $45.477 per hour 
Key Responsibilities of Position: 
As the Provincial Livestock Specialist – Traceability, you will be responsible for developing policies, regulations, programs and managing livestock traceability initiatives in Saskatchewan. This position is also Saskatchewan’s traceability representative on all Federal/Provincial/Territorial working groups. As well, you will work with the Manager, Emergency Preparedness and Response on programming to improve the livestock sector’s resiliency, in order to minimize the impact from an animal disease or natural disaster event. 
Our candidate of choice will have knowledge of the agriculture industry (provincial, national and global) including livestock management and have a strong understanding of the legislative process.
You will also bring strong communication skills to provide both written and verbal information to internal and external stakeholders.
The successful candidate will require the ability to influence, negotiate and convince others to implement and ensure compliance with legislation and policies.
You will also provide leadership by initiating, developing and maintaining partnerships with stakeholders, producer groups, other ministries and agencies.
You will be able to analyze trends and issues to develop options and solutions in order to provide recommendations for policy and regulations.
You will work collaboratively with other team members within the Livestock Branch.
Typically, the knowledge and abilities required for this position would have been acquired through completion of a Master’s degree in agriculture, health or biology. As well as, thorough understanding of the livestock industry gained through several years of experience in the livestock industry in western Canada. Additionally, this position is required to be a member or eligible for membership in the Saskatchewan Institute of Agrologists. 
Qualifications of Person Appointed: 
Bachelor of Science-Major in Animal Science
Professional Agrologist, and member in Saskatchewan Institute of Agrologists
Very relevant experience working with Saskatchewan Stock Growers Association, experience working closely with veterinarians and producers
approx 12 years relevant experience
Submit challenges to staffing@gov.sk.ca 
Closing Date: June 5, 2021 

The following posting is in accordance with the clauses dealing with "In-Hiring Rate of Pay". 
Permanent Full-time 
ENV001937 - Petroleum and Natural Gas Technician 
Ministry: Executive Government>023 Energy and Resources 
Grade and Job: SGEU.10., RPD - SGEU 
Salary Range: $36.698 - $45.986 
Rate Approved: $39.633 per hour 
Key Responsibilities of Position: 
The Petroleum and Natural Gas Technician is responsible for the delivery of regulatory compliance and enforcement programs relating to the upstream oil and gas industry. You will conduct field inspections and approve technical programs and applications submitted by the industry with respect to drilling, construction, production, operation, abandonment, decommissioning and reclamation of wells and facilities. 
The knowledge required for this position would typically be obtained through an engineering or applied science degree with experience in the petroleum exploration and development industry, or an equivalent combination of related education, training and experience. 
Qualifications of Person Appointed: 
12+ years’ experience including Environmental Advisor for a petroleum company, Natural Gas Technician, Construction Supervisor and Reclamation Consultant. Previously worked with the Ministry in this same position.
Diploma in Land and Water Resources, Land Reclamation Major. Registered as a Professional Agrologist. Recognized with professional designation as Technologist in Agrology (RTAg).
Experience and understanding of provincial legislation, regulations, policies, standards and practices that govern the oil and gas industry as well as the technical terminology and applied methodologies.
Expertise in evaluation and assessing environmental contamination, remediation and reclamation related to public safety and environmental concerns
Trained and experienced in working with FLIR camera as well as DPIR equipment as well as expertise collecting and analyzing routine representative samples according to standard sampling techniques and protocols.
Submit challenges to staffing@gov.sk.ca 
Closing Date: June 5, 2021 

The following posting is in accordance with the clauses dealing with "In-Hiring Rate of Pay". 
Permanent Part-time 
MUS000312 - T. Rex Discovery Centre Programming Supervisor 
Ministry: Executive Government>027 Parks Culture and Sport 
Grade and Job: SGEU.08., CIC - SGEU 
Salary Range: $27.567-$34.548 
Rate Approved: $34.548 per hour 
Key Responsibilities of Position: 
The T.Rex Discovery Centre Programming Supervisor will oversee daily operations at the TRDC. Duties will include: 
Hire, train, and supervise seasonal staff to perform visitor reception duties, and deliver tours and public programming;
Develop and promote public programs for school workshops, special groups, and the general public;
Plan and deliver special events;
Represent the TRDC and RSM within the local community;
Foster strong community relationships with the TRDC;
Work with the TRDC curatorial staff to promote and further paleontological studies at the Centre; and
Work with other RSM staff to further the museum’s mandate.
The successful candidate will have a strong background in visitor service and the principles of interpretation/education, as well as an understanding of museum practices and structure. Knowledge of paleontology/earth science, especially as it relates to Saskatchewan, is an asset.  
Typically, this level of knowledge is obtained through some post-secondary education in Museum Studies, Bachelor of Education, or equivalent and experience in a museum setting or other public programming setting. Customer service training and experience would be an asset. 
Qualifications of Person Appointed: 
30+ years’ cultural and museum experience in addition to having won awards for his work in Saskatchewan museums
Multiple years’ experience managing museums, as well as developing programs and exhibits
Has been on the board of the Canadian Museums Association as well as numerous others
Experience as cultural consultant and running artists’ workshops - professional artist, curator, educator and adjudicator
Extensive experience training staff and providing educational programming
Award winning educational publications are now recommended by Saskatchewan, Manitoba and Alberta Learning and are in every school in Saskatchewan
Submit challenges to staffing@gov.sk.ca 
Closing Date: June 5, 2021

The following posting is in accordance with the clauses dealing with "In-Hiring Rate of Pay". 
Permanent Full-time 
ENG002020 - Engineering Technologist 
Ministry: Executive Government>001 Agriculture 
Grade and Job: SGEU.06., SET - SGEU 
Salary Range: $23.634-$29.622 
Rate Approved: $25.524 per hour 
Key Responsibilities of Position: 
In this position you will be working with regional engineers leading surveying and drafting for the unit.  
As an Engineering Technologist you will perform onsite topographic and as-built surveys using GPS equipment;
Perform a variety of AutoCAD drafting tasks.
Responsible for transferring, processing and developing design using AutoCAD software. Ability to determine contributing areas, develop cut and fill design;
Work with livestock operators and Ministry’s Regional Engineers to develop a design that helps to protect water resources from livestock operations;
Be responsible for the repair and maintenance of field equipment;
and use database and spreadsheets to manage survey data in a manner that is clear and consistent.
Qualifications of Person Appointed:
Civil Engineering Technologist
Project Management Certificate
Journeyman/Red Seal Carpenter
Submit challenges to staffing@gov.sk.ca 
Closing Date: June 5, 2021

The following posting is in accordance with the clauses dealing with "In-Hiring Rate of Pay". 
Permanent Full-time 
RES005178 - Senior Policy Officer 
Ministry: Executive Government>037 Advanced Education 
Grade and Job: SGEU.12., CRO - SGEU 
Salary Range: $40.367 - $50.586 
Rate Approved: $46.000 per hour 
Key Responsibilities of Position: 
Senior Policy Officer responsibilities include: 
Conducting research and analysis of relevant legislation, regulations, policy and agreements to ensure quality programming, citizen service, and diverse perspectives of government decision-making processes are in alignment with the Government of Saskatchewan goals;
Managing and processing access to information requests received in the Ministry and providing advice to the permanent head (or Deputy Minister) related to access to information requests;
Duties as assigned regarding Deputy Minister/Ministry priorities including organizational culture, and leading enterprise projects and initiatives;
Applying an Indigenous lens on Ministry work and exploring and implementing innovative ways to achieve the Ministry’s goal of increasing enrolments, retention and the educational attainment of Indigenous post-secondary students in Saskatchewan;
Working with internal and external stakeholders to develop new frameworks, programs, policies and strategies along the pathway of K-12, post-secondary education and labour market attachment to remove barriers and improve Indigenous student outcomes; and
Building and maintaining positive relationships with provincial sector partners including at the Pan-Canadian level and acting as a ministry liaison to share information, strategize and collaborate in the area of Indigenous post-secondary education.
Typically, the knowledge and skills required for this position would be obtained through the completion of a Bachelor’s degree specializing in human services or social sciences or an equivalent combination of education and experience. 
Qualifications of Person Appointed: 
12+ years’ experience research at educational facilities as well as in health and indigenous populations
Considerable academic and practical experience with Indigenous studies, communities and programs
Understanding of the Ministry of Advanced Education's mandate, goals and objectives through her experience and employment at the University of Regina, First Nations University of Canada, and Luther College
BA in Women and Gender Studies and a minor in Indigenous Studies and a Master's of Science in Kinesiology & Health Studies.
Expertise in Indigenous Post-Secondary Education through her experience teaching Indigenous Health Studies over a number of years.
Involved with numerous publications and conference presentations on various topics related directly to the Senior Policy Officer position
Submit challenges to staffing@gov.sk.ca 
Closing Date: June 5, 2021

The following posting is in accordance with the clauses dealing with "In-Hiring Rate of Pay". 
Permanent Full-time 
RES005241 - Senior Policy Analyst 
Ministry: Executive Government>090 Trade and Export Development 
Grade and Job: SGEU.12., CRO - SGEU 
Salary Range: $40.367-$50.586 
Rate Approved: $45.500 per hour 
Key Responsibilities of Position: 
The successful candidate will aid in economic growth and competitiveness analysis and developing strategies to support growth in diverse sectors of the economy. This competition is for one permanent position and one eight-month term position. The Policy Analyst role will be responsible for the following: 
Provide research, analysis, and policy advice on opportunities, challenges and economic trends affecting Saskatchewan’s competitiveness.
Lead and participate in cross-ministry and cross-government projects in consultation with internal and external stakeholders.
Communicate complex economic and regulatory concepts in simple language to various audiences and stakeholders.
Identify and analyze potential emerging issues that could affect the growth plan strategy.
Implement and monitor policies, programs, projects and evaluations.
Typically, the knowledge and skills needed for this position are obtained through the completion of a Master's degree in public policy, economics or business combined with experience in government policy analysis or an equivalent combination of education and experience. 
Qualifications of Person Appointed: 
Masters of Rural Development / Economic Development Professional certification
Bachelor of Arts Political Science / project management training
11+ years economic policy experience including 2+ years as a Manager of Economic Development
Submit challenges to staffing@gov.sk.ca 
Closing Date: June 5, 2021

The following posting is in accordance with the clauses dealing with "In-Hiring Rate of Pay". 
Permanent Full-time 
VEH002406 - Equipment Operator 
Ministry: Executive Government>016 Highways 
Grade and Job: SGEU.06., GHM - SGEU 
Salary Range: $23.634 - $29.622 
Rate Approved: $27.179 per hour 
Key Responsibilities of Position: 
As part of a section crew you will operate, service and maintain heavy equipment such as tandem trucks with hydro drum, graders and front-end loaders, performing various highway maintenance functions in the summer and snow and ice removal in the winter months.  
You will keep records and logs of hours of operation, repairs and amounts of materials applied to highways.
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.
To qualify for this position you must hold a valid 1A drivers licence. 
Qualifications of Person Appointed: 
20+ years’ work experience, operating equipment and trucks
1A license, Crane Certificate
9 years’ experience in Potash Mine operating heavy equipment
Experience driving a semi throughout Canada and the United States
Numerous years’ operating farm equipment
Submit challenges to staffing@gov.sk.ca 
Closing Date: June 5, 2021

The following posting is in accordance with the clauses dealing with "In-Hiring Rate of Pay". 
Labour Service (Seasonal) 
VEH002352 - Equipment Operator 
Ministry: Executive Government>016 Highways 
Grade and Job: SGEU.06., GHM - SGEU 
Salary Range: $23.634 - $29.622 
Rate Approved: $25.052 per hour 
Key Responsibilities of Position: 
You will operate, service, and maintain heavy equipment such as tandem trucks with hydrodrum, spinner, and snowplow attachments; motor graders; and front-end loaders.
You will perform various highway maintenance functions in the summer and snow and ice removal in the winter months.
You will keep records and logs of hours of operation, repairs, and amounts of materials applied to highways. 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.
To qualify for this position, you must hold a valid Class 1A license
Qualifications of Person Appointed:
Class 1A license
10 years equipment operating experience
Submit challenges to staffing@gov.sk.ca 
Closing Date: June 5, 2021

The following posting is in accordance with the clauses dealing with "In-Hiring Rate of Pay". 
Permanent Part-time 
TRA001108 - Facility Maintenance Mechanic 
Ministry: Executive Government>013 Saskbuilds and Procurement 
Grade and Job: SGEU.05., TPP - SGEU 
Salary Range: $21.885 - $27.426 
Rate Approved: $27.426 per hour 
Key Responsibilities of Position: 
The Facility Maintenance Mechanic will perform preventative and minor HVAC and mechanical maintenance, perform safe and efficient operation of boilers, operate air conditioning equipment, analyze and maintain boiler water testing, and complete minor plumbing repairs. You will ensure facilities and equipment are safe and meet operating standards (life safety equipment, boiler checks, and assist in the operation of Direct Digital Controls (DDC). Also, you will respond to client complaints and inquiries. 
The successful candidate will have a 5th class steam Engineer's certificate as well as a Refrigeration Engineer's certificate. You will also know Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning (HVAC); automated building management systems and DDC; as well as knowledge of the methods, materials, tools, and practices of carpentry, plumbing, and electrical systems. You will have the ability to inspect, troubleshoot, and diagnose malfunctions and perform minor repairs and maintenance. 
Qualifications of Person Appointed: 
32 years with government in building maintenance – 20+ years as building operator supervising various positions including maintenance mechanics
4th class power engineers’ certification, refrigeration engineers certification, Fifth Class Steam Engineer’s Certificate
Extensive experience with all building management systems including DDC and all building HVAC systems
Supervision and Management Certificate (SPMC) /Building Owner and Managers Institute - Real Property Administrator (RPA) Certification
Submit challenges to staffing@gov.sk.ca 
Closing Date: June 5, 2021

The following posting is in accordance with the clauses dealing with "In-Hiring Rate of Pay". 
Permanent Full-time 
RES005268 - International Engagement Specialist 
Ministry: Executive Government>090 Trade and Export Development 
Grade and Job: SGEU.11., CBC - SGEU 
Salary Range: $36.698 - $45.986 
Rate Approved: $44.00 per hour 
Key Responsibilities of Position: 
The International Engagement Specialists will join a team dedicated to advancing Saskatchewan’s growth objectives on the global stage. International Engagement Specialists will support the branch by:  
Sharing insight and understanding of Saskatchewan’s international value proposition, with the ability to translate this knowledge into effective policy and engagement practices;
Conducting research and analysis to advance strategic policy and programming initiatives for the international offices network;
Leading projects and outreach to enhance partner alignment on international engagement priorities;
Implementing effective communication channels between the international offices and the Saskatchewan headquarters;
Supporting the design and delivery of stakeholder engagement activities, as well as implementation of feedback mechanisms;
and, Preparing information, advice and policy recommendations for senior leaders.
You will have knowledge of: Public policy development and related decision-making processes; and, Relevant sectors including trends and issues particular to: International business/trade; Saskatchewan’s trade and investment priorities; and, Economic sectors in Saskatchewan.  
Typically, the knowledge and skills required to be successful in this position would be attained through the completion of a graduate level degree, and/or significant public sector experience in policy analysis, stakeholder engagement or international business development. 
Qualifications of Person Appointed: 
B.A International Studies
6 Years directly related international experience
Submit challenges to staffing@gov.sk.ca 
Closing Date: June 5, 2021

The following posting is in accordance with the clauses dealing with "In-Hiring Rate of Pay". 
Permanent Full-time 
RES005255 - Senior Analyst 
Ministry: Executive Government>037 Advanced Education 
Grade and Job: SGEU.12., CRO - SGEU 
Salary Range: $40.367 - $50.586 
Rate Approved: $49.938 per hour 
Key Responsibilities of Position: 
The Senior Analyst will provide advice, analysis and leadership on a range of strategic and legislative issues affecting the post-secondary system, students and the Ministry. This position will lead the development of innovative solutions to complex problems and connect them to the Ministry's (and government’s) broader priorities.  This position will: 
Conduct research, analyze trends and issues, and link this knowledge to Ministry and sector needs; - Formulate briefing materials, presentations, strategies, plans and proposals that align with the future direction, objectives, and budget of the Ministry;
Provide senior leaders with strategic advice, recommendations and perspectives on post-secondary issues;
Articulate strategic directions to link current operation to future direction of the Ministry;
Lead and participate in teams with internal and external staff/clients to effectively and collaboratively accomplish projects; and
Transform research and data on post-secondary education issues into comprehensive written strategic policy documents and verbal presentations.
These skills are typically acquired through graduate level studies, supplemented with several years of work experience related to areas like policy and program development, project management, consultation and strategic advising 
Qualifications of Person Appointed: 
13+ years’ experience in numerous areas of post-secondary education with Alberta Government
Master's degree in Political studies / Bachelor of Arts, and Management Development Certificate
10 years’ experience in leadership, project management, strategic thinking, communications and technical knowledge
Seven years of experience in related role managing relationships, completing research, analysis, providing strategic advice to senior officials, participating in working groups in the Alberta civil service.
Submit challenges to staffing@gov.sk.ca 
Closing Date: June 5, 2021

The following posting is in accordance with the clauses dealing with "In-Hiring Rate of Pay". 
Permanent Full-time 
CON002033 - Provincial Agribusiness Specialist 
Ministry: Executive Government>001 Agriculture 
Grade and Job: SGEU.12., CBC - SGEU 
Salary Range: $40.367 - $50.586 
Rate Approved: $46.500 per hour 
Key Responsibilities of Position: 
The Ministry of Agriculture has an exciting and challenging opportunity for an enthusiastic, innovative and accomplished individual who is looking to hone their skills and knowledge in value-added agriculture, including crop, livestock and bio-product processing. This is an opportunity to expand your networks within government, the research community and the agribusiness industry. This is an opportunity to use your interpersonal, communication, and problem-solving skills to develop the agriculture value-added sector as a component of the Province’s Plan for Growth.  
You will have knowledge of/experience in Saskatchewan’s agriculture value-added industry (food, feed and bio-products), product commercialization, agri-food policy and programs and business and marketing strategies. In addition, strong written and verbal communication skills, interpersonal skills and industry networking experience are essential.  
Typically, the knowledge and experience required for this position would be in crop, livestock and bio-product research and processing, and in marketing and business development. Such knowledge would typically be attained through a Masters-level degree in disciplines such as Agriculture, or a Masters of Business Administration. 
Qualifications of Person Appointed: 
Bachelors Degree - Chemical Engineering, Masters in Business Administration
P.Eng designation
8 years of relevant work experience.  Experience with food, feed, and bio-products including production processes and integration of specialty chemicals adding value
to processes & experience with food, feed, and bio-products, production processes and integration of specialty chemicals to add value.
Submit challenges to staffing@gov.sk.ca 
Closing Date: June 5, 2021

The following posting is in accordance with the clauses dealing with "In-Hiring Rate of Pay". 
Permanent Full-time 
EDU001344 - Student Services Field Consultant 
Ministry: Executive Government>005 Education 
Grade and Job: SGEU.12., CAE - SGEU 
Salary Range: $40.367 - $50.586 
Rate Approved: $50.586 per hour 
Key Responsibilities of Position: 
The successful candidate will administer policies related to credit requirements for secondary level completion, maintain a central registry of student and educator information and transcript production. As a Student Services Field Consultant you will work with a team to oversee the PreK-12 student related business processes including diagnosing and resolving problems, preparing and executing test plans, advising on changes or enhancements, designing reports, and processing XML data files.  
You will provide help desk support regarding database operations and system requirements.
You will lead, develop and deliver provincial application training and support to system users.
You will lead and aid in the development of provincial and sector change management and communication plans.
Our candidate of choice will be innovative and have excellent problem solving and analytical skills, as well as superior communication skills to relay complex issues clearly and credibly. You will be able to work independently as well as on a variety of teams.
The knowledge required for this position is typically obtained through a post-secondary degree in computer science or several years’ experience in the PreK-12.  
Knowledge of the PreK-12 education system in Saskatchewan is required.
French/English bilingualism is considered an asset.
You will have knowledge of Database concepts, theories and principles, and languages; Requirements analysis and solution design techniques; Strategic and project planning techniques; Organizational change management and communications of adult learning.
You will have demonstrated the ability to: Constructively lead, advise and encourage others to achieve success in their work on change management initiatives and successful implementation of new processes and service delivery; Establish and identify project goals, timelines and milestones, key resources to accomplish project objectives efficiently and effectively; Extract, recall, synthesize, conceptualize and apply ideas, processes and information to incorporate new technology and create new enterprise solutions in a constantly changing technological and business environment; anticipate and recognize the existence of problems, evaluate available alternatives and using sound thought processes and relevant experience to make optimal choices in a timely manner; Verbally and in writing explain and/or present technical information to a variety of technical and non-technical individuals and/or groups in a clear, accurate and understandable manner; Write a variety of detailed, accurate and clear (technical) material such as user, systems and requirements documentation and procedures, project plans, letters, requests for proposals, feasibility studies, recommendations and reports, at a level appropriate to the target groups; they may inform and train users and prepare user manual documentation.
Qualifications of Person Appointed:
B.Sc Computer Science
PROSCI Change Management Certification
30 years experience
Submit challenges to staffing@gov.sk.ca 
Closing Date: June 5, 2021

SGEU Encumbered Upward Reclassifications

 For Permanent In-Service Applicants Only
The following position(s) have been reclassified. Challenges to reclassified positions may be registered in accordance with Article 5.4 of the PS/GE Collective Agreement.
Challengers must submit a resume quoting the advertised ministry, class level/occupation code, working title, position number, headquarters (location), encumbent's name and posting date to the following email address before the closing date.
Submit challenges to classification@gov.sk.ca


CUPE Employees Up-in-Range Appointments

There are currently no Up-in-Range appointments for CUPE employees.

CUPE Encumbered Upward Reclassifications

For Permanent In-Service Applicants Only
The following position(s) have been reclassified. Challenges to reclassified positions may be registered in accordance with Article 23.04 of the CUPE Collective Agreement.
Challengers must submit a resume quoting the advertised ministry, class level/occupation code, working title, position number, headquarters (location), encumbent's name and posting date to the following email address before the closing date.
Submit challenges to classification@gov.sk.ca

If you have any questions or require more information please contact:

hrsc@gov.sk.ca

Phone: 1-877-852-5808 or 306-798-0000

Fax: 1-877-852-9219 or 306-798-9966

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