SaskTel is recognized as one of the top employers in
Canada. Discover how SaskTel generates employee
satisfaction along with technical innovation to meet
rapidly changing customer needs.
SaskEnergy is a Saskatchewan Crown corporation that
employs nearly 1,000 people throughout the Province.
They have over 200 different job descriptions in 80
careers. Their people are located throughout
Saskatchewan, so there are plenty of opportunities to
choose where you live and work. They recruit for
permanent, full-time positions as well as temporary
positions that last anywhere from a few weeks to
several months or longer.
SaskWater offers a variety of employment opportunities
in communities throughout Saskatchewan. Career
opportunities are available in a variety of fields,
including business administration and support services,
marketing, communications, human resources, engineering,
engineering technology, water supply, wastewater design
and management, and certified operations and
Saskatchewan Government Insurance (SGI)
You can email your resume directly to SGI or send an
application by mail. Check out this website for details.
Saskatchewan Transportation Company
STC is a wholly-owned subsidiary of CIC that has been
providing passenger transportation and parcel express
services throughout the province since 1946. The bus
company was established to ensure that as many
communities as possible had access to reasonably priced
transportation. It was essential to rural communities in
the early years because it was often the only form of
transportation available, and the only way people could
ship or receive freight.
Saskatchewan Crop Insurance Corporation
Saskatchewan Crop Insurance is a provincial treasury board crown corporation committed
to a healthy and vibrant agriculture industry in the province. As a part of Saskatchewan's
agricultural framework, Saskatchewan Crop Insurance Corporation administers business risk management
programs for producers. Saskatchewan Crop Insurance is also committed to Employment Equity and encourages
applications from qualified persons of aboriginal ancestry, persons with disabilities, members of visible
minorities, and women seeking management and non-traditional roles.