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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 Part-time
HUM009276 - Victim/Witness Services Coordinator
Ministry: Executive Government>003 Justice
Grade and Job: SGEU.08., HVC - SGEU
Salary Range: $27.026 - $33.871
Rate Approved: $29.232 per hour
Key Responsibilities of Position:
The Victims Services Branch is seeking a highly skilled, self-confident, assertive and disciplined individual to work with the Victim/Witness Services Program, primarily in the Yorkton region in a permanent part time position reporting to the Program Manager of Victim Services in Prince Albert. As one of seven Victim/Witness Coordinators in Saskatchewan, you will provide specialized court-based services to victims and witnesses of crime in the southeast region of the province, with a focus on children and other vulnerable witnesses. You will work co-operatively with crown prosecutors and other agencies to assess, educate, assist, and support victims and witnesses during the criminal court process and identify the needs of victims to the courts. You will make presentations and provide training to professionals, volunteers and the public in your region. You will also supervise one administrative support position. The ability to work flexible hours and to travel throughout the southeast region of Saskatchewan on a regular basis is key to this position. To be successful in this competition, you will have developed your knowledge and skills typically through a Bachelor of Social Work degree and related working experience. Specifically, you must have knowledge of the criminal justice system as it applies to criminal court, and court procedures and victim trauma, including the grieving process and the impact of victimization on children and adults. You must be able to work independently and have excellent communication skills in order to prepare adults and children for court. You must also be able to develop and facilitate information sessions and modules using language appropriate to the audience.
Qualifications of Person Appointed:
- 12 years of experience working within the field of Victim Services
- ODARA – Ontario Domestic Assault Risk Assessment Training
- Victim’s Services Coordinator Training, SIAST
- Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training (ASIST)
Submit challenges to staffing@gov.sk.ca
Closing Date: April 12, 2020


The following posting is in accordance with the clauses dealing with "In-Hiring Rate of Pay".
Permanent Full-time
CON001818 - Administrator, Risk Manager and Insurance
Ministry: Executive Government>036 Social Services
Grade and Job: SGEU.09., POM - SGEU
Salary Range: $29.733 - $37.259
Rate Approved: $32.112 per hour
Key Responsibilities of Position:
This position will be responsible to administer insurance claims, prepare complex legal documents, develop the procedures to administer the electronic and manual claims management systems and provide administrative support for the department. This will require an understanding of risk assessment and risk mitigation for the 400 housing agencies (housing authorities and non-profit organizations) that manage over 25,000 rental units in 300 communities across the province.  This position will be responsible for administering claims for the corporations' insurance portfolio. Day to day administration of the SHC insurance coverage and claims processing will require the incumbent to work with staff and external parties. Success will be the result of working collaboratively with a variety of stakeholders who have varied interests and objectives. Our candidate of choice will be an experienced administrator who is attentive to detail with knowledge of accounting principles and demonstrated problem-solving and interpersonal skills. We are interested in those individuals with insurance claims management, contract management and legal document writing experience. The individual should have strong verbal and written communication skills, and the ability to manage competing demands and deadlines. Typically, the knowledge and skills required for this position would be attained through the completion of a diploma in Business Administration accompanied by or working towards a Chartered Insurance Professional (CIP) and a Certified Risk Manager (CRM) designations and directly related work experience. An equivalent combination of education and experience may also be considered.
Qualifications of Person Appointed:
M.A. Environmental Policy, BSc. Operations Management
3+ years experience
Pursuing Chartered Insurance Professional Designation
Submit challenges to staffing@gov.sk.ca
Closing Date: April 12, 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 CUPE reclassifications.

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