Why work here?
Our team works for purpose, balance and community.
Our Saskatchewan Polytechnic team, both instructional and professional, works toward supporting, training and mentoring the workforce of tomorrow. Doing this requires the efforts of hundreds, with roles ranging from instructor to graphic designer to budget analyst to computer programmer.
At Sask Polytech, we believe that providing regular reporting on our activities ensures accountability and transparency. Our students, employer partners and all residents of Saskatchewan benefit from this openness by having access to information that reports on how Sask Polytech continues to contribute to the economic development of the province. Find out more about us and what the organization plans to do in the future, and how you can be part of this by reading our Strategic Plan.
As your employer we want to be an important part of your life, but we also want you to have a life. Sask Polytech supports its employees with;
- Vacation and earned days off. Instructors enjoy a 199-day work year while professional services employees receive vacation and earned-days-off generally used on a bi-weekly basis.
- Our campuses are closed during the December break supporting our faculty and staff in having time with family and friends.
- A variety of flexible work arrangements and paid leaves.
- Health & dental benefits and wellness programs including employee family assistance.
- Pension and competitive compensation.
Sask Polytech supports its employees dealing with personal and family life by offering a variety of flexible work arrangements. Various types of work arrangements may be available to fit your needs and lifestyle, including part-time employment or job-sharing. We also use technology to our advantage given our geographic footprint, making sure we capitalize on our time and our travel. Being well and your work life in balance creates our strong and vibrant community.
We recognize you need to enjoy your work and the people you work with. At Sask Polytech, we are always growing and evolving. This creates an exciting environment and work community, and will keep you excited about your job day after day. We are colleagues, mentors and friends.
We consider the diversity of our workforce to be one of our leading assets and continually emphasize the importance of developing a representative workforce. We recognize that people differ in many ways, including life experience, ethnicity, religion, language, gender, physical abilities, sexual orientation and socioeconomic status. Our employee diversity enhances our ability to meet the needs of an increasingly diverse student population. For more information about how we are working to achieve a representative workforce, please visit Building a Representative Workforce.
Moose Jaw Campus:
Prince Albert Campus:
Director Employee Relations
The Employee Relations unit is focused on problem solving and liaising with the Saskatchewan Polytechnic Faculty Association (SFA) and Saskatchewan Government Employees Union (SGEU) bargaining units on behalf of the employer and providing labour relations expertise to the organization.
Director Health, Safety and Security
The Health, Safety and Security unit ensures Saskatchewan Polytechnic meets regulatory and best practice standards, and that effective training and orientation of employees is conducted. Having the right information to safely perform your work is the focus of our team.
Director Human Resources Advisory Services
Our HR Advisory Services unit consists of HR consultants and assistants located at each campus to provide service and support to our faculty, staff and business leaders. The HR consultants provide business and strategic support to clients to help lead their teams in accomplishing Saskatchewan Polytechnic's strategic goals. Our front line human resource assistants support each campus community handling inquiries on benefits, pay and other general employment items. Whether you are recruiting, restructuing or maybe retiring - your campus HR team is there to help with all your employee life cycle needs!
Director Human Resources Strategy Development
The HR Strategy unit all about employee engagement and innovative strategies to help SaskPolytech achieve our goals and objectives. Working with clients and leaders to move forward our institutions priorities and initiatives to be the leading Polytechnic in Canada. Current areas of focus are leadership development, organizational effectiveness and change management, compensation and rewards programs, and building our representative workforce strategy and programs.
Representative Workforce Consultant
Saskatchewan Polytechnic considers the diversity of our workforce to be one of our leading assets. Sask Polytech recognizes that people differ in many ways, including life experience, ethnicity, religion, language, gender, physical abilities, sexual orientation and socioeconomic status. Our employee diversity enhances our ability to meet the needs of an increasingly diverse student population.