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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 
COM001271 - Communications Consultant 
Ministry: Executive Government>018 Finance 
Grade and Job: SGEU.10., CPR - SGEU 
Salary Range: $33.361 - $41.805 
Rate Approved: $37.393 per hour 
Key Responsibilities of Position: 
Communications Consultant will: 
provide strategic communications advice and support to senior agency officials;
develop and implement communications strategies and products that build support for and awareness of the Agency’s policies, programs and services;
research, write, design, edit and review Agency communications such as communication strategies, member correspondence and publications, web and social media content and briefing notes;
lead a range of communications initiatives;
respond to media inquiries;
produce strategic communications and identify key issues;
develop, implement and evaluate communications strategies and tactics that support the Agency's strategic goals.
Typically, the knowledge and abilities required for this position would be acquired through the completion of an undergraduate degree in communications or public relations. A combination of education in a comparable field and experience may also be considered. Skills and experience related to graphic design/desktop publishing and digital communications will be considered an asset (we are willing to help strengthen or develop this skillset). Professional accreditation (ABC, APR) or certification (CMP, SCMP) in the communications profession is also an asset. A knowledge of PEBA’s program areas and pension plans will be considered an asset, as will demonstrated knowledge of government practices and protocol. 
Qualifications of Person Appointed: 
25 years of communications and marketing experience with over 7 years in the pension industry
Previously employed with PEBA for 5+ years. While there, developed communication strategies and project plans for agency initiatives, including a member engagement strategy. Created and implemented PEBA’s social media strategy. Developed surveys and presentations. Managed print projects. Communications Lead on the transition of an external pension plan involving strategy, project management, content development and design, as well as execution.
Experience preparing written communication briefs and media plans; researching, writing and editing copy for various communication materials; as well as wroting media releases, backgrounders, speaking notes and liaising with media.
Obtaining Communications Degree in January 2021. Has Diploma in Advertising, Pension Plan Administration Certificate (PPAC) designation and numerous design training courses.
Submit challenges to staffing@gov.sk.ca
Closing Date: March 14, 2021 

The following posting is in accordance with the clauses dealing with "In-Hiring Rate of Pay". 
Permanent Full-time 
HUM009094 - Supervisor - Income Assistance 
Ministry: Executive Government>036 Social Services 
Grade and Job: SGEU.10., CPR - SGEU 
Salary Range: $33.361 - $41.805 
Rate Approved: $39.565 per hour 
Key Responsibilities of Position: 
This role will be to lead a team to deliver services to families and individuals (including people with disabilities and multiple barriers) receiving financial assistance under various Saskatchewan income assistance programs. You will provide leadership, orientation, and training to unit staff. You will also provide consultation on policy, regulations, and procedural issues to income assistance workers within the unit. You will be required to use systems specific to the functioning of the Regional Service Centres to ensure that daily staffing components are adjusted accordingly to meet and maintain pre-established service standards. Effective supervisory experience within an office environment is required in order to meet operational needs.  
Typically, the knowledge required for this position would be obtained through the completion of a degree in Social Work, Indian Social Work, Sociology, or a related course of study and/or practical experience in a related environment 
Qualifications of Person Appointed: 
Bachelor of Indian Social Work/In process of completing Masters degree in Governance and Entrepreneurship in Northern and Indigenous areas (GENI) and Indian Health Studies UofR
20+ years relevant human services exp
20+ years supervisory experience
Numerous relevant training courses
Submit challenges to staffing@gov.sk.ca
Closing Date: March 14, 2021

The following posting is in accordance with the clauses dealing with "In-Hiring Rate of Pay". 
Permanent Part-time 
HEA001261 - Nurse 
Ministry: Executive Government>073 Corrections Policing and Public Safety 
Grade and Job: SGEU.09.Market HWN - SGEU 
Salary Range: $42.363 - $51.539 
Rate Approved: $51.539 per hour 
Key Responsibilities of Position: 
As a nurse you will 
respond to medical/psychiatric emergencies with appropriate interventions;
assess medical and mental conditions;
actively promoting preventative health measures;
maintain accurate patient records; and
make referrals as required.
To be successful in this role, you must be actively registered or eligible for registration with the Saskatchewan Registered Nurses Association (SRNA) or Registered Psychiatric Nurses Association of Saskatchewan (RPNAS) and possess knowledge and relevant work experience in: - medical and psychiatric theories and related intervention strategies; - drug/alcohol withdrawal indicators and effects; - communicable diseases; - public health issues and risk factors; - various multi-cultural beliefs, values and perspectives; and - valid Standard First Aid/HCP-CPR/AED certificate 
Qualifications of Person Appointed: 
12+ year experience
Experience as a Community Mental Health Nurse
Experience as a Nurse Case Manager
Submit challenges to staffing@gov.sk.ca
Closing Date: March 14, 2021

The following posting is in accordance with the clauses dealing with "In-Hiring Rate of Pay". 
Permanent Part-time 
HEA001279 - Nurse 
Ministry: Executive Government>073 Corrections Policing and Public Safety 
Grade and Job: SGEU.09.Market HWN - SGEU 
Salary Range: $42.363 - $51.539 
Rate Approved: $51.539 per hour 
Key Responsibilities of Position: 
Registered Nurses (RN) or Registered Psychiatric Registered Nurses (RPN) who are self-confident positive role models to work at Pine Grove Correctional Centre. Responsibilities include: 
responding to medical/psychiatric emergencies with appropriate interventions;
assessing medical and mental conditions;
actively promoting preventative health measures;
maintaining accurate patient records; and
making referrals as required.
To be successful in this role, you must be actively registered or eligible for registration with the Saskatchewan Registered Nurses Association (SRNA) or Registered Psychiatric Nurses Association of Saskatchewan (RPNAS) and possess knowledge and relevant work experience in: 
medical and psychiatric theories and related intervention strategies;
drug/alcohol withdrawal indicators and effects;
communicable diseases;
public health issues and risk factors;
various multi-cultural beliefs, values and perspectives; and
valid Standard First Aid/HCP-CPR/AED certificate.
Qualifications of Person Appointed:
BA of Science in Nursing in 2012 and a Bachelor of Science in Microbiology and Immunology
9+ working as a Registered Nurse
Experience working in the ER, maternity unit, surgery and medicine/palliative care unit
Submit challenges to staffing@gov.sk.ca
Closing Date: March 14, 2021

The following posting is in accordance with the clauses dealing with "In-Hiring Rate of Pay". 
Permanent Full-time 
FIN004076 - Financial Analyst 
Ministry: Executive Government>013 Saskbuilds and Procurement 
Grade and Job: SGEU.09.Market FAT - SGEU 
Salary Range: $32.757 - $41.043 
Rate Approved: $37.000 per hour 
Key Responsibilities of Position: 
Reporting to the Manager, Financial Planning and Reporting, and as a member of a service-oriented team, you will be responsible for working with various program areas with respect to financial management and reporting, contract management, as well as auditing program processes and procedures to ensure adequate financial controls. You will assess and provide recommendations of internal controls, design and conduct system tests/procedures to evaluate program operations and assess management/administrative processes in an effort to maintain or improve the efficiency and effectiveness of the programs. As the successful candidate, you will possess experience in applying and demonstrating knowledge within a net budgeting/forecasting and cost recovery model. You will be able to identify and assess risks for all processes related to treasury, finance and accounting operations, legislative compliance frameworks and business continuity.  
Typically, the knowledge required for this position would be gained through a degree in commerce or business administration or working towards an accounting designation. 
Qualifications of Person Appointed: 
Chartered Professional Accountant (CPA) designation
Masters in Business Admin/ B.Sc. Accounting
6+ years’ experience in accounting, contract management, program management, financial management and reporting / 3 of those years in the public service
Direct experience auditing large scale procedures and processes as well as budgeting and forecasting and cost recovery method
Submit challenges to staffing@gov.sk.ca
Closing Date: March 14, 2021

The following posting is in accordance with the clauses dealing with "In-Hiring Rate of Pay". 
Permanent Full-time 
RES005117 - Policy Analyst 
Ministry: Executive Government>036 Social Services 
Grade and Job: SGEU.10., CRO - SGEU 
Salary Range: $33.361 - $41.805 
Rate Approved: $35.660 per hour 
Key Responsibilities of Position: 
The Policy Analyst position will aid in the coordination of ministry policy development, research and cross jurisdictional analysis; assist ministry in drafting policy and collaborating on privacy policy development; and support legislative services, responding to requests and inquiries related to Minister’s documents and cabinet items.The position will work with internal and external stakeholders to develop and analyze strategic policy, strategies and legislation on a wide range of issues affecting clients of the ministry. Responsibilities will include conducting analysis and preparing reports, briefing notes, and other correspondence individually or as part of a team; assisting colleagues across the ministry to develop Orders in Council, Minister’s Orders, and legislation; and managing related internal approval processes. 
Typically, the knowledge and abilities required for this position would be obtained through the completion of an undergraduate degree in the Social Sciences or a related discipline with related experience. 
Qualifications of Person Appointed: 
Masters of Public Health including two graduate courses on policy; Bachelor of Science in Human Ecology (Family Ecology Major); Certificate in Human Resources and Labour Relations; Mental Health First Aid
Experience working with the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council
(SSHRC) drafting briefing notes, researching cases and preparing summaries, assessing proposals as well as experience with both Federal and Provincial government
Numerous years of process/project management/research experience and review of policies and procedures and guidelines
Experience with First Nations and Population Health researching and analyzing health related data and information
Submit challenges to staffing@gov.sk.ca
Closing Date: March 14, 2021

The following posting is in accordance with the clauses dealing with "In-Hiring Rate of Pay". 
Permanent Part-time 
HEA001259 - Nurse 
Ministry: Executive Government>073 Corrections Policing and Public Safety 
Grade and Job: SGEU.09.Market HWN - SGEU 
Salary Range: $42.363 - $51.539 
Rate Approved: $51.539 per hour 
Key Responsibilities of Position: 
The successful candidate will be a professional who will commit to teamwork and will have effective communication and interpersonal skills. Our candidate of choice will work with a team of health care professionals to provide direct patient nursing care and treatment. You will maintain accurate patient records, actively promote preventative health measures, respond to medical/psychiatric emergencies with appropriate interventions and assess medical and mental conditions, making referrals as needed. To be considered for this position, you will be actively registered (or eligible for registration) with the Registered Psychiatric Nurses Association of Saskatchewan (RPN) or the Saskatchewan Registered Nurses Association (RN). You must have knowledge of medical and psychiatric theories and related intervention strategies; drug/alcohol withdrawal indicators and effects; communicable diseases in a correctional population; public health issues and risk factors; and knowledge of multi-cultural beliefs, values and perspectives. The successful candidate will work day, evening, week, and/or weekend shifts. 
Qualifications of Person Appointed: 
12+ year experience
Experience as a Community Mental Health Nurse
Experience as a Nurse Case Manager
Submit challenges to staffing@gov.sk.ca
Closing Date: March 14, 2021

The following posting is in accordance with the clauses dealing with "In-Hiring Rate of Pay". 
Permanent Full-time 
RES004960 - Forest Policy Coordinator 
Ministry: Executive Government>026 Environment 
Grade and Job: SGEU.11., CRO - SGEU 
Salary Range: $36.698 - $45.986 
Rate Approved: $45.986 per hour 
Key Responsibilities of Position: 
As the Forest Policy Coordinator, you will: 
Manage the development of policy required for the strategic coordination and implementation of provincial forest management;
Coordinate research, policy analysis, and the development of options for action relating to major provincial forest policy issues;
Identify emerging policy needs of current social, economic and environmental trends in Canada as well as the countries to which Canada exports forest products and coordinate the periodic evaluation of existing policies;
Lead stakeholder consultation processes related to regulatory changes including writing discussion papers, and organizing and leading forums to understand stakeholder interests; and
Establish and maintain good working relationship with a very diverse network of agencies and people in and outside of government, other governments, industry, Indigenous people, and research agencies. This will include representing the branch on various policy related standing committees and task teams to ensure integration with Ministry policy.
The successful candidate must have a strong understanding of sustainable forest management practices and working knowledge of all phases of forest management activities. You will possess knowledge of policy development theory and understand the economic impact of policy proposals upon the viability of forest business. You will have a comprehensive broad knowledge of forest ecosystem management issues, trends, programs and policies as well as the interests of stakeholders and the general public. This includes up-to-date knowledge of federal and international polices impacting forestry and international forest business certification programs.  
The knowledge and skills required for this position would be obtained through the successful completion of a Bachelor of Science degree in forestry, natural resource management or related environmental science with demonstrated experience in forest management and forest policy. Eligibility for one of the practicing membership categories in the Association of Saskatchewan Forestry Professionals is required for the position. Supervisory experience is also requirement. 
Qualifications of Person Appointed: 
20 years of experience coordinating and managing research, policy analysis, and the development of options for action relating to major provincial forest policy issues
Masters of Science, Forestry / Masters of Arts, Economics
Vast project management experience within the forestry sector
Built strong relationships with numerous and diverse stakeholder groups including indigenous communities
Submit challenges to staffing@gov.sk.ca
Closing Date: March 14, 2021

The following posting is in accordance with the clauses dealing with "In-Hiring Rate of Pay". 
Permanent Full-time 
RES005099 - Program Analyst 
Ministry: Executive Government>030 Government Relations 
Grade and Job: SGEU.10., CRO - SGEU 
Salary Range: $33.361 - $41.805 
Rate Approved: $34.506 per hour 
Key Responsibilities of Position: 
Reporting to the Senior Program and Policy Advisor, you will provide analysis, development, communication, implementation, and evaluation of municipal funding programming and policies.  
You will proactively research sector needs and trends to anticipate and identify potential issues, and develop solutions through new or modified strategies or policies to meet the emerging program needs. In addition, you will track and monitor financial and operational requirements related to various provincial and/or federal-provincial programs including forecasts and budget documents, monitor program effectiveness and delivery, and participate as an active team member in consultations with program stakeholders.   Further, you may be required to develop rating criteria, review and rank applications for capital and operating funding, coordinate the approvals process, prepare grant payments, and review grant claims. You will also work on legislation, cabinet submissions, briefings, and correspondence.  You will assist with staff training, problem solving and providing recommendations to the Senior Program and Policy Advisor. The successful candidate will have the ability to, verbally and in writing, effectively negotiate agreements and provide explanations related to financial budgets and forecasts, regulations, policies and procedures with a diverse range of stakeholders.  
Typically, the knowledge and skills required for this position would be acquired through completion of an undergraduate or graduate degree in a field related to the responsibilities (such as public administration, public policy, business administration, accounting or finance) and/or related experience in areas such as local government issues, long-term capital planning, development of government transfer programs, program management, or through relevant professional qualifications (such as Master of Public Administration, Chartered Professional Accountant or Project Management Professional). 
Qualifications of Person Appointed: 
Masters degree in Public Administration
Bachelor of Accounting
Several years directly related experience in policy analyst, and financial advisor, financial analyst positions.
Submit challenges to staffing@gov.sk.ca
Closing Date: March 14, 2021

The following posting is in accordance with the clauses dealing with "In-Hiring Rate of Pay". 
Permanent Full-time 
RES004995 - Strategic Policy/Program Analyst 
Ministry: Executive Government>032 Health 
Grade and Job: SGEU.12., CMC - SGEU 
Salary Range: $40.367 - $50.586 
Rate Approved: $48.027 per hour 
Key Responsibilities of Position: 
As part of the Strategic Unit within the Connected Care Services Branch, the Strategic Policy/Program Analyst will collaborate with health system leaders in supporting coordinated and integrated health services for Saskatchewan residents. Reporting to the Assistant Executive Director, you will have the opportunity to use a wide range of analytical and project management skills to lead, support and guide the development of system level strategic policy towards advancement of the Connected Care Strategy across the province. This work will require the ability to research, analyze and synthesize large amounts of information into workable, feasible and innovative options for implementation within the health system. You will work to promote clarity on the role and interdependencies of the Connected Care Strategy both within and external to the health care system. You will collaborate with partners within the Saskatchewan Health Authority and other health system partners to provide leadership and provincial direction in the development, planning, delivery and evaluation of team-based care and community services, including support for the implementation and maturation of the 38 health networks across the province.7 
Typically, knowledge and skills for this position would be obtained through a graduate degree in public policy, health administration, health sciences or a related discipline and supplemented through related experience. 
Qualifications of Person Appointed: 
Masters degree in Public Administration (Health Policy)
Masters degree in Global Health Management
Bachelor of Science
Knowledge of health care system and experience working in an area that aligns strategically with Saskatchewan’s priorities
Several years work experience directly relevant to this position including Provincial Lead
Health System Transformation with the Canadian Mental Health Association
Submit challenges to staffing@gov.sk.ca
Closing Date: March 14, 2021

The following posting is in accordance with the clauses dealing with "In-Hiring Rate of Pay". 
Permanent Full-time 
INF002628 - Senior Programmer Analyst 
Ministry: Executive Government>013 Saskbuilds and Procurement 
Grade and Job: SGEU.10.Market SIT- SGEU 
Salary Range: $38.229 - $46.527 
Rate Approved: $46.527 per hour 
Key Responsibilities of Position: 
The Senior Programmer Analyst is responsible to support and maintain application systems, using technologies such as but not limited to Microsoft SharePoint nline, Microsoft Flow, Microsoft SharePoint 2013, Microsoft O365, PL/SQL, Microsoft .Net Framework 4.0, 
ASP.Net, C#, VB.Net, VB 2008, Microsoft SQL Server 2012 and SQL Scripting.  In addition, the Senior Programmer Analyst will be responsible for defining, evolving and enforcing software development standards. You will be programming, researching, developing and implementing solutions for Enterprise SharePoint Online and Enterprise SharePoint 2013 applications or web-based computer systems, including knowledge of various programming concepts and languages.  
Typically, the knowledge and skills required for this position would be attained through the completion of a degree in Computer Science or a related discipline, supplemented with experience working in an application development environment or an equivalent combination of training and experience. 
Qualifications of Person Appointed: 
18 years’ experience designing, implementing and architecting enterprise solutions and business systems
10+ years’ experience design and implement sharepoint related solutions – 7+ years working in this role as an external consultant
8+ Years develop .NET applications with Microsoft stacks/ 6+ Years design and implement solutions using Java, Oracle and DB2
Masters in Computer Science; Developing Microsoft SharePoint Server 2013 Core; Microsoft SharePoint 2013 Advanced Solution Development; Microsoft SharePoint Online Administration and Configuration
Submit challenges to staffing@gov.sk.ca
Closing Date: March 14, 2021

The following posting is in accordance with the clauses dealing with "In-Hiring Rate of Pay". 
Permanent Full-time 
PAR002347 - Park Administrative Supervisor 
Ministry: Executive Government>027 Parks Culture and Sport 
Grade and Job: SGEU.07., POM - SGEU 
Salary Range: $25.527 - $31.990 
Rate Approved: $27.569 per hour 
Key Responsibilities of Position: 
Reporting to the Park Manager, this position is an integral member of the Park Management team and is responsible for: 
carrying out all aspects of administrative duties within the provincial park, including operation of the park office;
support and guidance to management and park staff including coordination and execution of financial and procurement processes;
supervision of the administration and customer service staff including staffing;
scheduling, prioritizing work, work assignments and performance evaluation;
analyzing, interpreting and resolving a wide variety of inquiries from internal and external clients; and
ensuring adherence to applicable Ministry of Parks, Culture and Sport (PCS), Ministry of Environment (MOE), Financial Administrative Manual (FAM) and Occupational Health and Safety (OH&S) policies and procedures.
Typically, the knowledge and experience required for this position is obtained through the completion of an office diploma program or an equivalent combination of education and experience. 
Qualifications of Person Appointed: 
19+ years’ experience in customer service, supervising, coaching and mentoring.
Experience in recruitment, training/mentoring, scheduling, workflow and over-all performance management. Has years of experience working with students.
Managed all aspects of the business financials including P&L, payroll, acct receivables/payables, invoicing and budgeting along with other day-to-day operations of a business
Completed 2 years of credit courses toward an undergraduate degree in Business Administration / Leadership Development Certification / Talent Management & Leadership Workshop/ Excellence in Management & Leadership Workshop
Submit challenges to staffing@gov.sk.ca
Closing Date: March 14, 2021

The following posting is in accordance with the clauses dealing with "In-Hiring Rate of Pay". 
Permanent Full-time 
ADM018139 - Accounting Trust Officer 
Ministry: Executive Government>003 Justice 
Grade and Job: SGEU.08., POM - SGEU 
Salary Range: $27.567 - $34.548 
Rate Approved: $31.058 per hour 
Key Responsibilities of Position: 
The Public Guardian and Trustee is seeking a confident, ethical and well organized individual for an interesting and challenging Accounting Trust Officer position in our Accounting unit. The Accounting unit provides accounting, investment and tax expertise to the other units within the office; ensures client incomes and expenses are recorded and allocated correctly; is responsible for assisting with the preparation of the yearly audited financial statements; and is responsible for the quarterly distribution of common fund income. Using your extensive accounting, investment and tax knowledge and experience, you will be responsible for: Preparing personal income tax plans and personal income tax returns for clients; Working with financial institutions and/or financial advisors to ensure that the clients’ segregated investment assets are appropriately managed; Supervising and providing direction to financial assistants in the Accounting Unit; Assisting with the preparation of the yearly financial statements of the Public Guardian and Trustee; Acting as the backup to the Accountant position as required; Performing bank reconciliations; Creating and maintaining complex spreadsheets; Reviewing, correcting and approving complex estate accountings; Providing direction to trust officers within other units in the office with respect to generally accepted accounting principles and best practices; Providing information to and answering inquiries from the Provincial Auditor; and Developing and updating policies relating to the Accounting Unit. Knowledge of generally accepted accounting principles and auditing standards, personal income taxation, and a thorough working knowledge of investments is critical to this position. The successful candidate must be willing to learn the more complex duties of the Accountant position. You will have excellent written and verbal skills in order to communicate with income and service providers, financial institutions and develop and maintain policies and procedures within the unit. You will be required to interpret Acts, Regulations, policies and procedures, along with identifying the financial benefits or liabilities that adults or estates may be entitled to or incur in order to review, correct and approve complicated accountings. The knowledge and skills for this position would be obtained through a university degree in Commerce or Business Administration or a similar course of degree-level study supplemented with several years of relevant personal taxation, accounting, and investment-related experience. 
Qualifications of Person Appointed: 
BSc Finance;
Associate Chartered Accountant;
Registered Financial and Retirement Advisor; and
12 years’ experience.
Submit challenges to staffing@gov.sk.ca
Closing Date: March 26, 2021

The following posting is in accordance with the clauses dealing with "In-Hiring Rate of Pay". 
Permanent Full-Time 
VEH002314 - 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, spinner and snowplowing attachments, graders and front-end loaders, performing various highway maintenance functions in the summer and snow/ice removal in the winter months. You will 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. This is a Full-Time position. 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. You will be approachable and flexible in dealing with members of the public and their work unit, self-motivated to complete tasks and 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 will hold a valid class 1A license.  
Qualifications of Person Appointed: 
Class 1A license for 25+ years;
25+ years’ experience with construction equipment - gravel trucks, graders, bobcats, loaders and backhoes; and
Experience pulling A train, B train, belly dump and supper B gravel trailer.
Submit challenges to staffing@gov.sk.ca
Closing Date: March 26, 2021

The following posting is in accordance with the clauses dealing with "In-Hiring Rate of Pay". 
Permanent Full-Time 
INF002509 - Client Support Analyst, Court Technology Unit 
Ministry: Executive Government>003 Justice 
Grade and Job: SGEU.07., SIT - SGEU 
Salary Range: $27.813 - $33.844 
Rate Approved: $31.00 per hour 
Key Responsibilities of Position: 
The Court Technology Unit (CTU) is responsible for providing technical support for the technology used throughout the court system. This support includes the digital recording and video conferencing systems used across the province in courthouses, RCMP, Police, Corrections and Legal Aid locations. The CTU is seeking a highly-motivated and positive individual for the position of Client Support Analyst. Reporting to the Supervisor, Court Technology, you will: Provide tier one support to the Ministry of Justice and partners for video conferencing and digital recording technology in Court, Typically, the knowledge and skills required for this position would be obtained through a Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science or a technology-related diploma with several years of related work experience or an equivalent combination of education and experience. Travel to court offices around the province may be required. rooms, Correctional center, RCMP detachment and Police video suites; • Coordinate, schedule, test and support remote video appearances; • Identify problems and root cause analysis for all desktop, digital recording, video conferencing and network related incidents; • Provide and maintain up to date documentation and processes for various software and hardware including procedures, user guides and common problem issues and resolutions in the knowledgebase; • Provide end user training and support as required; • Configure new computers and install various software applications; • Manage end-user devices (laptop, desktop, dictation units, printers, mobile phones); • Modify, expand, support and upgrade computer applications, systems and hardware for the courts; and • Develop relationships with the members of Court Services and the Judiciary in order to help educate and provide support to everyone on the various technology used within the court system. 
Qualifications of Person Appointed: 
Computer Systems Technology Program SIAST graduate;
15 years directly related IT experience; and
Experience installing and configuring video conferencing equipment.
Submit challenges to staffing@gov.sk.ca
Closing Date: March 26, 2021

The following posting is in accordance with the clauses dealing with "In-Hiring Rate of Pay". 
Permanent Full-time 
RES005093 - Translator/Reviser 
Ministry: Executive Government>027 Parks Culture and Sport 
Grade and Job: SGEU.07., CTL - SGEU 
Salary Range: $35.645-$44.665 
Rate Approved: $40.00 per hour 
Key Responsibilities of Position: 
As Translator/Reviser, you will be primarily responsible to translate a wide variety of English documents on varied topics towards French and to revise translations towards French done by in-house translators and by an external translation firm. In addition, you will research appropriate terminology needed for specific documents by consulting specialized dictionaries, glossaries, previously translated documents, colleagues and when necessary, language specialists. You will review French texts composed by other officials. As necessary, you will use your communication skills to provide advice to Government clients on correct terminology and usage. Typically, the knowledge, skills and abilities required for this position would be obtained through the completion of a degree in translation or equivalent degree in languages, including a strong knowledge of French and English. Training and experience in translation as well as professional certification will constitute important assets. You will have experience in and knowledge of translation, revision and terminology in a service delivery setting through a relevant experience in this field, professional certification and related postsecondary education. You will have the ability to research, develop and apply modern writing styles to ensure quality translations and documents; effectively use computer applications in support of your translation work including internet search engines, translation databases, word processing, spreadsheet applications, presentation and desktop publishing software; communicate clearly and effectively, in both official languages, in workplace exchanges and in public presentations. 
Qualifications of Person Appointed: 
BA - Specialty Translation;
BA General; and
6 years’ experience.
Submit challenges to staffing@gov.sk.ca
Closing Date: March 26, 2021

The following posting is in accordance with the clauses dealing with "In-Hiring Rate of Pay". 
Permanent Full-Time 
CON002021 - Public Health Nutrition Consultant 
Ministry: Executive Government>032 Health 
Grade and Job: SGEU.12., CCP - SGEU 
Salary Range: $40.367 - $50.586 
Rate Approved: $50.586 per hour 
Key Responsibilities of Position: 
Reporting to the Director of Health Promotion and Central Policy Support, the Public Health Nutrition Consultant will: 
Facilitate partnership and collaboration with the Saskatchewan Health Authority, health interest groups and other regional stakeholders to develop, implement and evaluate effective strategies that support public health nutrition, healthy living and population health promotion;
Undertake projects to align provincial and regional priorities and support collaborative practices centered on the integration of public health nutrition and population health promotion within the broader health system, including strengthening and supporting the continuity of Population Health Promotion and Primary Health;
Have excellent communication with the demonstrated ability to lead projects that involve multiple stakeholders with varying interests;
Have comprehensive knowledge of public health nutrition, population health promotion, primary health care, and social policy issue; and
Have proven experience related to policy development, research, program planning and design, program evaluation and analysis, and stakeholder engagement.
Typically, knowledge required for this position would be attained through:
Completion of a graduate degree in nutrition, health promotion, public health, or public policy;
Supplemented with five years of recent public health nutrition experience or an equivalent combination of education and experience; and
Must be a member, or eligible for membership, with the Saskatchewan Dietitians Association.
Qualifications of Person Appointed:
Possesses a Master's of Science in Nutrition, Dietetic Internship and Bachelor of Science
(Nutrition);
12+ years of directly related experience in population/public health nutrition, and primary health care- experience in primary health care is in a Manager level position;
Experience in strategically aligning and delivering local work based on guidance, evidence and best practices from national and/or provincial authorities; and
Experience in collaborating with health and other regional stakeholders, and facilitating such teams, to plan, implement and evaluate strategies that support population health outcomes.
Submit challenges to staffing@gov.sk.ca
Closing Date: March 26, 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

2100 Broad Street, Regina, SK, S4P 1Y5

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