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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 
INF002792 - Senior Business Analyst 
Ministry: Executive Government>030 Government Relations 
Grade and Job: Job: SGEU.12., SIB - SGEU 
Salary Range: $40.367-$50.586 
Rate Approved: $48.000 
Key Responsibilities of Position: 
Research, develop, and manage business improvement projects to improve the functionality of programs; responsible for leading, directing, and delivering applications development initiatives; responsible for identifying and defining linkages to external data sources and planning, managing, and enabling information sharing across sections, branches, and/or ministries and agencies; work closely with internal clients to maintain and update a variety of systems applications, and with stakeholders from other ministries and organizations to ensure the Ministry is aligned with enterprise best practices. 
Qualifications of Person Appointed: 
Masters of Business Administration, Bachelor Degree in Agriculture Economics and Farm Management, Business Diploma, Business Certificate
Certified Professional Business Analyst (PMI), Prosci Change Management Training, Certified Business Analysis Professional Training, Lean Six Sigma Green Belt, Oracle Database Certified Professional
8 years' direct experience
Submit challenges to the HRSC at HRSC@gov.sk.ca when sending a challenge in please also include in the subject line MIN(HRC) override.
Closing Date: October 24, 2021 

The following posting is in accordance with the clauses dealing with "In-Hiring Rate of Pay". 
Permanent Full-time 
EDU001380 - Education Consultant 
Ministry: Executive Government>005 Education 
Grade and Job: SGEU.12.Market CSE - SGEU 
Salary Range: $45.962 - $55.948 
Rate Approved: $53.000 
Key Responsibilities of Position: 
Developing, renewing and implementing print and electronic resources related to Inclusive Education; Providing provincial direction for files related to Student Support Services; Providing direct support to school division senior staff; Research in areas including but not limited to: adaptive dimension, inclusive education, student transition and health related conditions that impact student learning; Organizing and managing multiple projects; Liaising and collaborating with the public, school divisions and other ministries to obtain, exchange and confirm information and make informed decisions that reflect educational goals and perspectives. 
Qualifications of Person Appointed: 
Baccalauréat en éducation; Maîtrise en éducation; Inclusive Education Certificate
Bilingual- English and French
21 years' direct experience
Submit challenges to the HRSC at HRSC@gov.sk.ca when sending a challenge in please also include in the subject line MIN(HRC) override.
Closing Date: October 24, 2021 

The following posting is in accordance with the clauses dealing with "In-Hiring Rate of Pay". 
Permanent Full-time 
EMP000769 - Long-Term Care Consultant 
Ministry: Executive Government>032 Health 
Grade and Job: Job: SGEU.12., CCP - SGEU 
Salary Range: $40.367-$50.586 
Rate Approved: $50.586 
Key Responsibilities of Position: 
You will provide long-term care program leadership, direction, performance monitoring and management, as well as evaluation in the area of long-term care. You will be required to collaborate with long-term care stakeholders throughout the province as well as the Saskatchewan Health Authority, individuals in the Ministry of Health, and other government ministries. 
Qualifications of Person Appointed: 
Diploma in Psychiatric Nursing
Registered Psychiatric Nurse Designation
7 years’ direct experience
Submit challenges to the HRSC at HRSC@gov.sk.ca when sending a challenge in please also include in the subject line MIN(HRC) override.
Closing Date: October 24, 2021 

The following posting is in accordance with the clauses dealing with "In-Hiring Rate of Pay". 
Permanent Full-time 
EMP000769 - Long-Term Care Consultant 
Ministry: Executive Government>032 Health 
Grade and Job: Job: SGEU.12., CCP - SGEU 
Salary Range: $40.367-$50.586 
Rate Approved: $50.586 
Key Responsibilities of Position: 
You will provide long-term care program leadership, direction, performance monitoring and management, as well as evaluation in the area of long-term care. You will be required to collaborate with long-term care stakeholders throughout the province as well as the Saskatchewan Health Authority, individuals in the Ministry of Health, and other government ministries. 
Qualifications of Person Appointed: 
Bachelor of Science in Nursing
CNA Certification in Medical Surgical Nursing
17 years' direct experience
Submit challenges to the HRSC at HRSC@gov.sk.ca when sending a challenge in please also include in the subject line MIN(HRC) override.
Closing Date: October 24, 2021 

The following posting is in accordance with the clauses dealing with "In-Hiring Rate of Pay". 
Permanent Full-time 
VEH002429 - Equipment Operator 
Ministry: Executive Government>016 Highways 
Grade and Job: SGEU.06., GHM - SGEU 
Salary Range: $23.634 - $29.622 
Rate Approved: $27.179 
Key Responsibilities of Position: 
As part of the section crew, the Equipment Operator will uphold public safety by: 
operating, service and maintain heavy equipment such as tandem trucks with hydro drum, spinner, snowplow/wing attachments, graders and front-end loaders,
performing various highway maintenance functions in the summer and snow/ ice removal in the winter.
maintaining records and log hours of operation, repairs and amounts of materials applied to highways.
working under extreme and changing climate conditions and must be willing to travel and work flexible hours.
having the opportunity to work with new and advanced technology and equipment.
The successful candidate will bring: 
a valid class 1A driver’s licence;
experience operating and maintaining equipment safely;
the ability to work in physically demanding conditions and perform physical labour, heavy lifting and climbing;
a willingness to work under extreme and changing climate conditions and be willing to travel and work flexible hours;
an approachable and flexible attitude when interacting with members of the public and the work unit, be self-motivated to complete tasks, adaptable to changing work situations; and
the desire to work in and contribute to an environment that recognizes, supports, respects and welcomes diversity of employees and clients.
Qualifications of Person Appointed: 
1A license, 20 years' operating experience.
Operated semi's pulling super b's and multiple other types of trailers. operated heavy equipment.
Operated skid steer, fork lift and other equipment on rig site.
Operated rig moving from site to site.
Submit challenges to the HRSC at HRSC@gov.sk.ca when sending a challenge in please also include in the subject line MIN(HRC) override.
Closing Date: October 24, 2021 

The following posting is in accordance with the clauses dealing with "In-Hiring Rate of Pay". 
Permanent Full-time 
RES005428 - Senior Forestry Analyst 
Ministry: Executive Government>023 Energy and Resources 
Grade and Job: SGEU.12., CRO - SGEU 
Salary Range: $40.367-$50.586 
Rate Approved: $45.330 
Key Responsibilities of Position: 
The Ministry of Energy and Resources, Forestry Development Branch is seeking a highly motivated individual to join our team as the Senior Forestry Analyst. You will be responsible for the compilation and maintenance of forestry-related socio-economic statistics and data, the preparation of timber royalty revenue forecasts, and to monitor and analyze forest products markets. You will lead any reviews or amendments to the timber royalty regulations for Saskatchewan, including the development and maintenance of models. You will provide recommendations to senior management on issues affecting forestry sector growth and competitiveness. Our candidate of choice will have knowledge of current issues, trends and sources of information related to the forestry sector. The knowledge and skills required for this position would typically be demonstrated by the completion of a master's degree in economics, forestry or business administration, and experience in research, analysis and presentation of data. Other candidates may be considered based on their education and experience. 
Qualifications of Person Appointed: 
MSc Petroleum Engineering
MSc Petroleum Economics, Management and Policy
BEng Electrical and Computing
8 years’ related experience
Submit challenges to the HRSC at HRSC@gov.sk.ca when sending a challenge in please also include in the subject line MIN(HRC) override.
Closing Date: October 24, 2021 

The following posting is in accordance with the clauses dealing with "In-Hiring Rate of Pay". 
Permanent Full-time 
RES005440 - Research Officer, Analytics 
Ministry: Executive Government>032 Health 
Grade and Job: SGEU.12., CMC - SGEU 
Salary Range: $40.367 - $50.586 
Rate Approved: $43.600 
Key Responsibilities of Position: 
Collaborate with health partners within and outside the Ministry; understand and integrate existing health care utilization, needs assessment, and demographic / socio-environmental data, and synthesize these to support decision-making; identify what relevant information is not currently available and design effective methods to collect it; model the inter-relationships among factors affecting patient flow across the continuum of care; develop business cases to secure funding for priority investments;  develop evaluation plans for new and existing initiatives; develop new, and refine existing, system-level performance measures and targets in support of the health system’s Connected Care Strategy and subsequently report on progress and corrective actions; collaborate with health system partners to continuously improve data quality and data collection, and prepare analytical reports, program evaluations, briefing materials, correspondence, and other information pertaining to connected care. 
Qualifications of Person Appointed: 
6 years' direct experience
Masters of Arts
Bachelor of Arts Honours
Project Management Professional, Microsoft Certified Solution Associate, BI Reporting, Data Science Specialization Course, R-Programming, and SQL Bootcamp
Submit challenges to the HRSC at HRSC@gov.sk.ca when sending a challenge in please also include in the subject line MIN(HRC) override.
Closing Date: October 24, 2021 

The following posting is in accordance with the clauses dealing with "In-Hiring Rate of Pay". 
Permanent Full-time 
PLA000691 - Planning Consultant 
Ministry: Executive Government>030 Government Relations 
Grade and Job: Job: SGEU.10., SCP - SGEU 
Salary Range: $33.361 - $41.805 
Rate Approved: $38.698 
Key Responsibilities of Position: 
The successful candidate will analyze planning proposals, bylaws and subdivision applications for compliance with provincial interests and planning standards; ensure integrated inter-ministry approaches to community development, sustainable infrastructure and land use planning; and consult with organizations and agencies on development issues and policies. Typically, the knowledge and abilities required for this position will be obtained by the completion of a degree in planning or a related field, combined with several years of land use planning experience at a provincial or municipal level. Preference will be given to those who have full membership in the Saskatchewan Professional Planners Institute and the Canadian Institute of Planners. 
Qualifications of Person Appointed: 
4 years' direct experience
Canadian Institute of Planners Membership (MCIP)
Registered Professional Planner (RPP)
Bachelor of Arts Honours
Submit challenges to the HRSC at HRSC@gov.sk.ca when sending a challenge in please also include in the subject line MIN(HRC) override.
Closing Date: October 24, 2021 

The following posting is in accordance with the clauses dealing with "In-Hiring Rate of Pay". 
Permanent Full-time 
INS002235 - Facility Service Worker 
Ministry: Executive Government>013 Saskbuilds and Procurement 
Grade and Job: SGEU.03., GIS - SGEU 
Salary Range: $19.119 - $23.961 
Rate Approved: $19.884 
Key Responsibilities of Position: 
The Ministry of SaskBuilds and Procurement, Property Management Branch, South region, is seeking an individual to join their service team to provide a variety of maintenance duties in government facilities within Estevan.  
As a member of a service-oriented team, you will draw upon proven maintenance experience and possess mechanical aptitude to perform minor repairs and maintenance such as unplugging toilets and drains; replacing valves, taps and washers; hanging shelves; dismantling walls and reassembling to meet client requests. You will also perform checks to HVAC equipment (i.e. boiler checks, maintain logs and life safety equipment) ensuring safe operating standards are maintained and met. In addition, you will respond to client inquires and requests. You will be responsible for providing a variety of grounds maintenance duties such as equipment repairs, blowing out water lines before freeze up, and snow removal.  
You must be in good physical condition in order to perform a variety of manual activities. The successful candidate will be required to operate heavy-duty cleaning equipment, climb ladders and lift heavy objects.  
Candidates must possess a valid Fireman's Certificate or be willing to achieve the certificate within 6 months of employment, along with a valid driver's license.  
The successful candidate will have working knowledge of building operations, repairs and maintenance as well as working knowledge of the standard methods, materials, tools and practices of carpentry, plumbing and electrical systems.  You will also have the ability to perform minor building repairs and maintenance and the ability to inspect, diagnose, troubleshoot and repair problems or equipment to restore operation. 
Qualifications of Person Appointed: 
4th class power engineer
Level 1 electrician apprentice
23 years' related experience
Submit challenges to the HRSC at HRSC@gov.sk.ca when sending a challenge in please also include in the subject line MIN(HRC) override.
Closing Date: October 24, 2021 

The following posting is in accordance with the clauses dealing with "In-Hiring Rate of Pay". 
Permanent Full-time 
INF002821 - Senior Business Analyst 
Ministry: Executive Government>036 Social Services 
Grade and Job: SGEU.11., SIB - SGEU 
Salary Range: $36.698 - $45.986 
Rate Approved: $43.000 
Key Responsibilities of Position: 
The Senior Business Analyst will focus on Business Processes and Systems Analysis for business improvement through the use of technology delivering high value IT solutions. You will be responsible for providing: 
Business, systems and process analysis, as it relates to Ministry IT systems;
Support various stakeholders by problem solving, gathering and analyzing requirements;
Detailed analysis of systems and documentation;
Presentations with relevant information to a variety of stakeholders (technical and non-technical) in a clear, precise and understandable manner;
Workshops to business subject matter experts to successfully engender requirements and identify feasible solutions for business improvements and/or systems;
complete detailed documentation regarding technical information; and
System/interface design mockups, report requirements specifications, business process flowcharts and/or procedure manuals.
Typically, the successful candidate should possess BA certification such as (IIBA, CBAP, AAC, PBA, CAP) with 10–15 years of relevant work experience in IT and/or as a BA. You should have proven experience utilizing business requirements methods, business process improvement methodologies, tools and processes, data base concepts and software life cycles to optimize and/or to develop IT solutions. 
Qualifications of Person Appointed: 
12 years’ Senior BA experience.
Master of Science in Business Information System and Certification as a Business Analysis Professional (CBAP).
IIBA plus - PROSCI-Change Management, Certified Scrum Product Owner and Certified Scrum Master, Cognos, eORS and Azure and DevOps.
Extensive knowledge of business process improvement methodologies, tools and processes; business case development processes and principles; current technology and its role in business process improvement.
Several years of experience at business requirements analysis and gathering to optimize/and to develop IT solutions for program delivery for small, medium-to-large sized projects.
Experienced lead at consulting, planning, developing, implementing and evaluating programs and projects, assigning project tasks to team members and developing measurable project goals and objectives along with reporting on project status/metrics.
Submit challenges to the HRSC at HRSC@gov.sk.ca when sending a challenge in please also include in the subject line MIN(HRC) override.
Closing Date: October 24, 2021 

The following posting is in accordance with the clauses dealing with "In-Hiring Rate of Pay". 
Permanent Part-time 
ADM019153 - Sector Support Coordinator 
Ministry: Executive Government>005 Education 
Grade and Job: SGEU.06., CPA - SGEU 
Salary Range: $23.634– $29.622 
Rate Approved: $26.330 
Key Responsibilities of Position: 
This is a part-time (60 per cent) Sector Relations Coordinator position.  In this position, you will be responsible for handling the print and procurement coordination for the ministry.  
Reporting to the Executive Director you will:  
order print and procurement items for the ministry following all government procurement policies;
coordinate with internal stakeholder and external suppliers to ensure quality, quantity and timeliness of all procurement items;
work collaboratively with branch communications consultants to ensure all items meet government visual identify standards;
ensure proper record keeping of print and procurement files;
ensure all invoices are paid in a timely manner following government processes and policies;
and provide administrative support to the branch as a backup to the branch Executive Coordinator.
In order to be successful in this role you will have: 
knowledge of office management practices and procedures, including paper and electronic filing systems;
communicate clearly, verbally and in writing, with a variety of internal and external stakeholders;
the demonstrated ability to accurately and quickly design, format and modify complex;
documents such as letters, presentations, forms and other documents using advanced features of computer software packages such as word processing, spreadsheet software and databases;
knowledge of and experience with desktopping software is considered an asset;
and knowledge of government structure, procurement and payment policies and procedures is considered an asset.
You will have the knowledge of: 
office management and administrative practices and procedures;
computer applications such as word processing, security, communication, spreadsheet software, database and operating systems and/or computer hardware; and office filing procedures and systems.
You will have the ability to: 
accurately, concisely and in a timely manner compose, record, proofread and/or edit a variety of correspondence (using correct grammar, spelling and punctuation/for your own and others signatures/ in a visually pleasing format;
accurately and quickly design, format and modify documents using advanced features of computer software packages such as word processing, spreadsheets and desk top publishing;
respond accurately, clearly and courteously to inquiries from clients, other agencies and the general public;
verbally and in writing provide clear, concise and timely information in response to often complex inquiries at a level appropriate to the recipient;
work independently and/or as a contributing member of a variety of teams to complete work assignments, achieve common goals and contribute towards a positive work environment;
to independently assess and adjust your own and other's workloads taking into consideration changing priorities, tight deadlines, multiple reporting relationships and constant interruptions;
acquire, purchase and maintain inventory such as forms, office property supplies and equipment to ensure adequate resources are available;
Typically, the knowledge required for this position would be gained through completion of a post-secondary certificate program in Office Administration, procurement/purchasing, and/or through experience in a similar role. Bilingualism is considered an asset working within the Ministry of Education. 
Qualifications of Person Appointed: 
B.Ed
16 years' related experience
Submit challenges to the HRSC at HRSC@gov.sk.ca when sending a challenge in please also include in the subject line MIN(HRC) override.
Closing Date: October 24, 2021 

The following posting is in accordance with the clauses dealing with "In-Hiring Rate of Pay". 
Permanent Full-time 
ADM019062 - Disability Income Plan Coordinator 
Ministry: Executive Government>018 Finance 
Grade and Job: SGEU.08., PDP - SGEU 
Salary Range: $27.567-$34.548 
Rate Approved: $34.548 
Key Responsibilities of Position: 
The Disability Income Plan Coordinator is responsible for: 
The coordination, administration, ongoing development and implementation of rehabilitation/return-to-work initiatives for the Government of Saskatchewan Disability Income Plan;
Serving as a liaison between PEBA, participating employers, disability claimants, unions and other key stakeholders;
Administering the Disability Income Plan in compliance with established policies and procedures with diplomacy and discretion;
Monitoring and evaluating the effectiveness of rehabilitation activities and return-to-work initiatives implemented by third party rehabilitation consulting firms to ensure financial resources are being allocated appropriately;
Ensuring existing audit and financial controls/requirements are met by monitoring disability payment audits; and
Preparing correspondence and compile statistical data for release to external users.
To qualify for this position, you will have: 
Post-secondary education with a specialty focus in one of the following: disability management, health sciences, social work or vocational rehabilitation;
Minimum two years experience in return-to-work, disability case management and/or vocational rehabilitation; and
Knowledge of benefit plan administration.
Qualifications of Person Appointed: 
20 years of experience with Canada Life; 12 of which were in the Disability Area including as an assigned case manager to PEBA’s disability claims
Familiar with PEBA's structure and disability files and has presented at the Disability Council
- Experience in disability claim management, specifically with PEBA disability plan.
Knowledge of disability principles related to adjudication, claims management, monitoring rehabilitation plans and implementing return to work
Submit challenges to the HRSC at HRSC@gov.sk.ca when sending a challenge in please also include in the subject line MIN(HRC) override.
Closing Date: November 10, 2021

The following posting is in accordance with the clauses dealing with "In-Hiring Rate of Pay". 
Permanent Full-time 
INF002869 - GIS Administrator 
Ministry: Executive Government>013 Saskbuilds and Procurement 
Grade and Job: SGEU.11., SIT - SGEU 
Salary Range: $41.685-$50.721 
Rate Approved: $50.721 
Key Responsibilities of Position: 
The Application Management Services (AMS) Branch is seeking an individual who is an effective communicator, cross team collaborator with strong analytical, research and problem solving skills for the position of GIS Administrator. You will be responsible for managing and maintaining the enterprise GIS infrastructure, spatial data management, and GIS project development or initiatives on behalf of the Government of Saskatchewan and Executive Government Ministry clients. The position is accountable to deliver eGIS infrastructure, initiatives and projects while directly communicating and managing ongoing client expectations. This position requires technical and business requirements analysis and is responsible for working with all other ITD Service Delivery Support. In this challenging and rewarding position your responsibilities will include: Expert knowledge of relevant technologies, including ArcGIS Enterprise, ArcGIS Pro, ArcGIS Server, FME, and Windows Server administration; Expert knowledge of Esri geodatabase data modelling and configuration techniques, GIS concepts, spatial data management, change management, and performance measurement; Expertise in spatial analysis with multiple data types, such as vector, raster, point clouds, and imagery; Experience with relational and spatial database management for Microsoft SQL Server and Oracle RDBMS, SQL, PL/SQL, and TSQL; Programming experience with VB.Net, C# .Net, Javascript, Python, and Arcade; Knowledge of working in hybrid cloud and on-premise environments (e.g. Microsoft Azure and Windows servers) is preferred; Knowledge and experience of client, data and applications security models and best practices, awareness of Government of Saskatchewan data privacy rules and expectations; Experience as a member of a large organization with exposure to a significant number of major business processes utilizing geospatial information and locational analytics; Recent systems implementation and support experience with enterprise-wide applications is preferred; Excellent verbal and written communication, comprehension, and interpersonal skills, able to effectively express ideas and concepts and to maintain effective working relationships with colleagues; Must possess strong process and system design skills, along with computer and analytical skills, and be able to make sound judgments and recommendations with consideration for practicality, time, cost, audit requirements, system integration, and impact on the corporation; As our successful candidate, you will be a results oriented individual with strong verbal and written communication skills and will demonstrate: A university degree in Computing Science, Geomatics, Geographic Information Systems(GIS) or related field with a minimum of six (6) years of progressively responsible experience with enterprise GIS systems in an Information Technology environment with an emphasis on complex GIS technology projects. OR A post-secondary diploma in Computing Science, Geomatics, Geographic Information Systems(GIS) or related field with a minimum of six (6) years of progressively responsible experience with enterprise GIS systems in an Information Technology environment with an emphasis on complex GIS technology projects. 
Qualifications of Person Appointed: 
M.Sc. Geosciences / Geology
Masters in Geomatics Engineering
15+ years experience
Submit challenges to the HRSC at HRSC@gov.sk.ca when sending a challenge in please also include in the subject line MIN(HRC) override.
Closing Date: November 10, 2021

The following posting is in accordance with the clauses dealing with "In-Hiring Rate of Pay". 
Permanent Full-time 
ENG002162 - Environmental Health Program & Technical Consultant 
Ministry: Executive Government>032 Health 
Grade and Job: SGEU.12., CRO - SGEU 
Salary Range: $40.367 - $50.586 
Rate Approved: $43.00 
Key Responsibilities of Position: 
The Environmental Health Program and Technical Consultant will have responsibility to: 
Provide research, analysis, advice, and leadership within the branch to support a range of technical environmental health issues.
Develop and coordinate provincial position statements on policies, programming, legislative, and operational issues as they pertain to drinking water, wastewater disposal, subdivision and land use, public swimming pools, indoor air quality and related areas in environmental health.
Communicate and collaborate with government and industry stakeholders, committees and working groups and develop and deliver training programs, as required.
Monitor legislation, analyze emerging standards and technical trends, and evaluate and provide technical and policy recommendations.
Develop and review of provincial technical standards and guidelines.
Produce briefing materials and technical reports.
Work collaboratively with a variety of stakeholders including Ministry, provincial health system partners, and inter jurisdictional and federal partners, and committees that support public health in Saskatchewan.

The successful candidate will have: 
Proven experience related to Environmental Engineering principles as they apply to environmental health, research, program planning, program evaluation and analysis, and stakeholder engagement along with knowledge of the core functions of environmental health policy.
Comprehensive understanding of scientific principles, research and other elements commonly employed in the design and development of water, air, and sewage treatment standards and guidelines.
Knowledge of relevant toxicology and environmental chemistry, environmental health risk assessment and risk management.

Typically, the knowledge and abilities required for this position would be acquired through: 
Completion of an Environmental Engineering Technology diploma or equivalent, Environmental Public Health degree, or a minimum of three years of training in civil engineering, environmental engineering, or similar; and
At least five years relevant experience with environmental health technologies complemented by courses or experience in public health or environmental health risk assessment and technologies.
Certification with the Canadian Institute of Public Health Inspectors (CIPHI) is an asset.
Qualifications of Person Appointed: 
Master's degree in Environmental Systems Engineering , Bachelor of Engineering (BEng) - Civil Engineering, Engineer-In-Training (EIT), Association of Professional Engineers & Geoscientists of Saskatchewan (APEGS) / Member, Project Management Institute
7 years engineering experience
- Researched, designed and implemented waste minimization project / soil stabilization techniques
Experience collation, analysis, interpretation and quality assurance of water/wastewater and air quality data and support the maintenance of environmental records/management systems
- Expert knowledge in the design and operation of biological wastewater treatment processes
- Projects - Removal of heavy metals - Lead (Pb) and Copper (Cu) from industrial wastewater, Treatment of Municipal Sewage Effluent for Reuse in Irrigation, Wastewater Management/Treatment in the Food Processing Industry
Experience in Air Quality Management and Advanced Carbon Capture
Submit challenges to the HRSC at HRSC@gov.sk.ca when sending a challenge in please also include in the subject line MIN(HRC) override.
Closing Date: November 10, 2021

The following posting is in accordance with the clauses dealing with "In-Hiring Rate of Pay". 
Permanent Full-time 
VEH002429 - Equipment Operator 
Ministry: Executive Government>016 Highways 
Grade and Job: SGEU.06., GHM - SGEU 
Salary Range: $23.634 - $29.622 
Rate Approved: $27.179 
Key Responsibilities of Position: 
As part of the section crew, the Equipment Operator will uphold public safety by: 
operating, service and maintain heavy equipment such as tandem trucks with hydro drum, spinner, snowplow/wing attachments, graders and front-end loaders;
performing various highway maintenance functions in the summer and snow/ ice removal in the winter;
maintaining records and log hours of operation, repairs and amounts of materials applied to highways;
working under extreme and changing climate conditions and must be willing to travel and work flexible hours; and
having the opportunity to work with new and advanced technology and equipment.

The successful candidate will bring: 
a valid class 1A driver’s licence;
experience operating and maintaining equipment safely;
the ability to work in physically demanding conditions and perform physical labour, heavy lifting and climbing;
a willingness to work under extreme and changing climate conditions and be willing to travel and work flexible hours;
an approachable and flexible attitude when interacting with members of the public and the work unit, be self-motivated to complete tasks, adaptable to changing work situations; and
the desire to work in and contribute to an environment that recognizes, supports, respects and welcomes diversity of employees and clients.
Qualifications of Person Appointed: 
Qualifications of person Appointed:
- 1A license, 16 years equipment operating experience
- Experience operating Skid Steer Snow Removal, operating heavy farm equipment including semi hauling grain
- Experience maintaining and servicing tandem and semi units as well as numerous other Agriculture equipment
Submit challenges to the HRSC at HRSC@gov.sk.ca when sending a challenge in please also include in the subject line MIN(HRC) override.
Closing Date: November 10, 2021

The following posting is in accordance with the clauses dealing with "In-Hiring Rate of Pay". 
INV001032 - SCAN Investigator/Inspector 
Ministry: Executive Government>073 Corrections Policing and Public Safety 
Grade and Job: SGEU.09., RIN - SGEU 
Salary Range: $30.328 - $38.004 
Rate Approved: $36.90 
Key Responsibilities of Position: 
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, the illegal growth, sale, consumption of a controlled substance; child sexual abuse; sex trade activities; organized crime and gang-related operations; the illegal sale of intoxicants; and the 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 driver's 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 northern 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 with opinion/evidence based on this experience to obtain court orders. Northern police experience is an asset. 
Qualifications of Person Appointed: 
- Thirty (30) years policing experience - Over fifteen (15) years of specialized, investigative experience in homicides, drugs, gangs, and organized crime investigations.
- On-line certification course in management skills and leadership development and one (1) year of studies in the area of Psychology, Sociology, and English.
- Firearms certified.
- Expert knowledge of: - Policing and law enforcement principles, practices and techniques; Federal and Provincial legislation, statutes, regulations and policies related to enforcement and intelligence gathering focused on drug enforcement, prostitution-related activities, organized crime/gang-related activities; current use of force theories, applications and practices as they pertain to law enforcement; investigative and interview techniques, theories and principles; court and legal processes; surveillance techniques and practices in the areas of drug enforcement, prostitution-related activities and organized crime/gang-related activities; and  The Safer Communities and Neighbourhoods Act, The Witness Protection Act, The Residential Tenancies Act and The Seizure of Criminal Properties Act.
Submit challenges to the HRSC at HRSC@gov.sk.ca when sending a challenge in please also include in the subject line MIN(HRC) override.
Closing Date: November 10, 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 the HRSC at HRSC@gov.sk.ca when sending a challenge in please also include in the subject line MIN(HRC) override.

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 the HRSC at HRSC@gov.sk.ca when sending a challenge in please also include in the subject line MIN(HRC) override.

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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