How do I get a job in government?
Permanent full-time, part-time, term and other opportunities are posted on the Career Centre website.

What services does the government provide to help Aboriginal people find employment in the public service? 
Central Services (CS) has a full-time, permanent recruiter to help the public service effectively market jobs and attract Aboriginal candidates. As well, CS has always, and will continue to, assist Ministries in finding diversity candidates, exploring job opportunities, and addressing the accommodation needs of diversity candidates.

Are there student jobs in the public service?
Yes. You can learn more about student jobs and internships by visiting the Career Centre website.

How can I find out how much public service employees are paid?
Salary ranges for new jobs are listed in the job competition file on the Career Centre. Salary grids for out-of-scope, Saskatchewan Government Employees Union/general employees and Canadian Union of Public Employees employees are also listed on that site.

What makes the Government of Saskatchewan an employer of choice?
The Government of Saskatchewan offers employees a range of services to assist them in their careers and in their day-to-day life. These services include the Employee and Family Assistance Program which provides counselling and referral services for employees or their families; a range of work/life balance options; benefits and health and dental insurance programs; pension; learning and assessment tools and much more. 

What types of jobs are available in the Saskatchewan public service?
The Government of Saskatchewan has a wide variety of career options including conservation officers, accountants, lab technicians, file clerks, geologists, policy analysts and much more. To find out more about current opportunities available in the public service, visit the Career Centre website.

Where are Saskatchewan public service jobs located?
While most jobs are located in Regina, the Government of Saskatchewan employs staff across the province, from La Ronge to Estevan, Swift Current to Moosomin. For more information about current opportunities available in the public service, visit the Career Centre website.

How does the Government of Saskatchewan ensure it has a diverse workplace?
It is important that the Saskatchewan public service reflect the diversity found in our province, to ensure our policies, programs and frontline services are responsive and relevant to the people of the province. For more information about workplace diversity in the Government of Saskatchewan, please visit Central Services' website at Workplace Diversity.