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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
Comp # and Job Title –INF002517 - Electronics Technologist
Ministry: Non-Executive Government>537 Saskatchewan Public Safety Agency
Grade and Job: SGEU.08., SRA - SGEU
Salary Range: Salary Range: $27.026 - $33.871
Rate Approved: $32.884 per hour
Key Responsibilities of Position:
The Ministry of Environment takes a team-based approach to protecting Saskatchewan's environment for the well-being of the province, its people and its future. We use science-based solutions and environmental laws to help safeguard communities, and to protect our air, land, water and habitat. We are committed to high citizen and client satisfaction through workplace excellence, continuous improvement and innovation.The Ministry of Environment's Radio Technical Services requires a Radio Technician to work in a well-equipped facility located in Prince Albert, Saskatchewan. As a Radio Technician, your duties will include the diagnosis, repair, modification, installation and design of a wide variety of electronic equipment in shop and field settings as well as the design and delivery of staff training seminars. The majority of the work is focused on the maintenance of a radio communications fleet with over three thousand units used by Wildfire Management Branch. Other equipment includes data collection platforms, satellite receiver systems, microprocessors, and Wild Fire surveillance equipment. The successful candidate will possess knowledge of electronics, radio transmitter and receiver theory in order to diagnose and resolve a large variety of equipment problems using specialized electrical and computerized equipment in shop and at remote locations. In field work, requirements include the climbing of radio towers (30 foot to 350 foot heights) when testing or replacing antennas, cable feed lines and other equipment. This province-wide work requires travel on northern roads, site access by quad or snowmobile as well as fixed and rotary wing aircraft. Typically, your knowledge for this position will be gained through a two-year Electronic Technologist diploma and several years directly-related experience to the component level in the radio communications field.You will bring knowledge of:• electronic theory, diagnosis and repair to the component level; • radio transmission and receiving theory;• network design;• computer skills that you will use for programming/modifying;• Microsoft Office; and • maintaining various radios and satellite-based communications systems. You will have the ability to:• diagnose a large variety of equipment problems using specialized electrical and computerized equipment in shop and remote locations in order to determine the true cause of the problem and provide a (workable/reasonable/optimal) solution in a reasonable timeframe; • provide written and verbal information of a specialized and complex nature to a variety of audiences and provide formal training sessions at site locations to achieve understanding of equipment use; • work independently and as a team member with colleagues, agencies and others to meet program and client needs; • independently assess, establish, and adjust your own workload, taking into consideration changing priorities, tight deadlines, and constant interruptions; and • interact empathetically with people who may be angry, confused, rude, or upset to calm them, provide additional information and/or clarify procedures to fix technical problems or issues.
Qualifications of Person Appointed:
BSc Electrical Engineering Degree
BSc Computer Science Degree
14+ years experience
Submit challenges to staffing@gov.sk.ca
Closing Date: September 20, 2020

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

There are currently no upward reclassifications for CUPE employees.

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

2100 Broad Street, Regina, SK, S4P 1Y5

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