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    Product Compliance Specialist  

    - Saskatoon

    Vecima Networks is leading the global evolution to the multi-gigabit, content-rich networks of the future. Our talented people deliver future-ready software, services, and integrated platforms that power broadband and video streaming networks, monitor and manage transportation, and transform experiences in homes, businesses, and everywhere people connect.
    We help our customers evolve their networks with cloud-based solutions that deliver ground-breaking speed, superior video quality, and exciting new services to their subscribers. There is power in connectivity – it enables people, businesses, and communities to grow and thrive. Learn more at vecima.com. Position Summary: Vecima is seeking a Product Compliance Specialist to support the Video Broadband Solutions business group. The Product Compliance Specialist will be responsible for ensuring that the company’s products comply with product compliance regulations, including EMC and product safety. The specialist will organize, manage, and setup equipment for products EMC and safety testing. The specialist will work with external labs to ensure that all products are tested according to relevant standards and communicate results to key product stakeholders. The candidate selected for this opportunity will need to be able to work a Hybrid schedule and work on-site at the Vecima facility located in Saskatoon, Canada or at the facility located in Raleigh, North Carolina.

    Duties include (but are not limited to): · Manage compliance projects from start to finish, including planning, execution, monitoring, and reporting · Setup equipment for EMC and safety testing · Work with external labs to ensure that all products are tested according to relevant standards · Research and communicate safety and compliance requirements relating to current products, new product categories, and expansion of sales to new regions · Participate in HW design reviews with product compliance focus · Identify gaps in compliance procedures and develop strategies to address them effectively · Communicate compliance testing results requiring expedited review to management · Facilitate the resolution of concerns and provide evaluation reports on laboratory investigations
    Position requirements: · Bachelor's degree in electrical or electronic engineering or equivalent experience · Hands-on equipment setup and testing experience for Safety, EMI, and EMC · Experience with basic networking and traffic test equipment required for certification · Experience working with external certification labs · Knowledge of EMC and product safety regulations; IEC 62368-1, IEC 60950-1, IEC 60950-22, FCC Part 15B, ICES, EN 55032, EN 55035 · Experience creating test plans · Strong analytical skills and attention to detail · Project management skills · Experience with Microsoft Office, Office 365, SharePoint
    Required Core Competencies · Demonstrated commitment to continuous professional development and learning · Excellent verbal and written communication skills · Demonstrated ability to work effectively under pressure · Strong attention to detail, drive, initiative, productivity, teamwork, and quality

    At Vecima, everyone contributes and makes an impact. We foster an open, caring, and innovative work environment where creativity and communication thrive. We always strive to be our best and recognize achievements and wins that fuel individual and company growth. Together, we create the breakthroughs that lead the industry forward.
    Vecima offers a competitive compensation and benefits package and strives to provide a challenging work environment that can foster skill development and personal career growth for all employees.
    We consider applicants for all positions without regard to race, color, religion, creed, gender, national origin, age, disability, marital or veteran status, or any other legally protected status. We are fueled by the innovation, leadership, and passion of today’s top talent. If you are looking for a challenging and rewarding career as Product Compliance Specialist, we want to hear from you!
    Apply Now!

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    Food Sampler - Part Time  

    - Saskatoon

    SGS is looking for Food Samplers across the country. This is a work from home position and NO experience required – we welcome applications from stay at home parents, retired individuals or anyone looking to supplement income. This role is on one year contract, part time with approximately 8-15 hours per week Must be available to work on Mondays for 6-8 hours and Tuesdays for 6-8 hours Candidates must reside in Saskatoonfor this role Mustpossess a vehicle and valid Driving License; Mileage will be provided at $.53 per km Candidate must have a functioning laptop A day in the life of an SGS Canada Food Sampler: Prepare weekly and monthly sample plans. Collect samples from grocery stores, farmer’s markets, specialty stores, coffee/tea houses, juice bars and anywhere that sells packaged and bulk food. Ensure usable digital photos are taken after samples have been collected. Accurate data entry of sample information into workbooks. Complete appropriate paperwork that accompany each sample prior to shipping. Pack and ship samples in accordance to SGS guidelines and Client guidelines. Ensure expenses, time cards and photos are completed on a weekly basis. Purchase, store, pack and ship sample products without contamination and in accordance to Client guidelines. Provide accurate and timely results. May be assigned to special orad hoc projects as needed
    Qualifications
    Ideal Candidate: Minimum of a High School Diploma Must have a class 5 driver’s license and a reliable vehicle
    Additional Information
    SGS Canada is an equal opportunity employer and we are committed to achieving greater accessibility by providing accommodation for people with disabilities during our hiring process. Accommodations are available on request for qualified candidates during each stage of the recruitment process. Please note that candidates applying for Canadian job openings should be authorized to work in Canada.

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    Data Entry Clerk Work From Home - Part Time Focus Group Panelists  

    - Saskatoon
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    Now accepting applicants for Focus Group studies. Earn up to $850 per week part-time working from home. Must register to see if you qualify. No Data Entry experience needed. Data Entry Clerk Work From Home - Part Time Remote Focus Group Panelists Our company is seeking individuals to participate in National & Local Paid Focus Groups, Clinical Trials, and Market Research assignments. With most of our paid focus group studies, you have the option to participate remotely online or in-person. This is a great way to earn additional income from the comfort of your home. Compensation: $75-$150 (per 1 hour session) $300-$850 (multi-session studies) Job Requirements: Show up at least 10 mins before discussion start time. Participate by completing written and oral instructions. Complete written survey provided for each panel. MUST actually use products and/or services, if provided. Then be ready to discuss PRIOR to meeting date. Qualifications: Must have either a smartphone with working camera or desktop/laptop with webcam Must have access to high speed internet connection Desire to fully participate in one or several of the above topics Ability to read, understand, and follow oral and written instructions. Data entry clerk experience is not necessary. Job Benefits: Flexibility to take part in discussions online or in-person. No commute needed should you choose to work from home remotely. No minimum hours. You can do this part-time or full-time Enjoy free samples from our sponsors and partners in exchange for your honest feedback of their products. You get to review and use new products or services before they are released to the public. You must apply on our website and complete a set of questionnaire to see if you qualify. This position is perfect for anyone looking for temporary, part-time or full-time work. The hours are flexible and no previous experience is required. If you are a data entry clerk or someone just looking for a flexible part time remote work from home job, this is a great way to supplement your income.

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    Company Description Venture Rehabilitation Sciences Group is a large multidisciplinary physical rehabilitation centre providing primary, secondary and tertiary services to both fee for service and third party insurers.
    Role Description The Venture Rehabilitation Sciences Group is seeking a Physical Therapist-Full Time-Part Time - Resident to join our team in Saskatoon, SK. The Physical Therapist-Full Time-Part Time - Resident will assist patients with physical difficulties resulting from illnesses, injuries, ageing, or neurological disorders. The Physical Therapist-Full Time-Part Time - Resident will also create and implement treatment plans based on patient conditions and will work alongside other medical professionals to achieve the best possible outcomes for our patients. This role is full-time and located on-site in Saskatoon, SK.
    Qualifications Completion of a recognized Physical Therapy program Licensure as a Physical Therapist in the province of Saskatchewan Excellent communication, interpersonal and organizational skills Strong attention to detail and ability to work independently Ability to build relationships with patients, family members, and other healthcare professionals Demonstrated ability to assess, plan and implement intervention/treatment programs grounded in evidence-based practice Ability to work with a wide range of patients, including those with complex medical conditions Demonstrated ongoing professional development and commitment to continuing education

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    Virtual Physician (Remote Role)  

    - Saskatoon

    (This is a 100% remote position - the full flexibility to work from home; part time and/or full time hours available)
    WHO WE ARE:
    As the world leader in virtual care, Teladoc Health is passionate about taking care of people. We have been providing care in Canada for over two decades to more than 9 million Canadians and 85,000 plan sponsors. We deliver care across 175 countries (over 51 million members globally), living our mission to empower all people to live their healthiest lives by transforming the healthcare experience. Levering digital technology, we provide whole-person care that spans every stage in a person’s health journey from wellness and prevention to acute care to complex healthcare needs. Our Canadian team has doubled in size over the last two years, and our growth is expected to rapidly continue as we transcend the landscape of future healthcare.
    THE OPPORTUNITY: We are currently seeking more Virtual Physicians and Specialists to join our Teladoc Health Canada team. The Teladoc Health Canada team comprises of a world-class virtual practice of providers with a passion for taking care of people and a devotion to clinical excellence. From family medicine to mental health to specialist medical advice, our providers help millions of Canadians resolve their healthcare needs with confidence through technology & innovation. With our emphasis on medical quality, we place tremendous focus and resources on clinical innovation, standards, and measurement to enable our providers to deliver the best outcome for every patient.
    Join us and build on your vocational mission by enabling complete access to high quality care. We are a national 24/7 program and are seeking to expand our physician provider networks across Canada. With over 9 million Canadian members utilizing our services, we currently have multiple fast-growing Physician programs in Canada!
    Want to learn more? No resume; no problem – Our Medical Leadership team is ready to chat!
    Let's connect & set up a brief intro chat, please email us at: canadarecruitment@teladochealth.com
    AS A TELADOC HEALTH PHYSICIAN YOU WILL: Provide the best in-class virtual patient care for Teladoc Health members via both video and phone interactions. Prescribing medication where appropriate. Assess TH members clinical needs and/or diagnoses, perform case reviews, and answer medical questions or concerns Maintain complete, timely and legible medical records Maintain patient confidentiality and comply with all federal, provincial and territorial health information privacy laws
    WHAT’S IN IT FOR YOU: Expand your clinical reach to as many Canadians as possible Be part of an innovative, tech-forward, and collaborative learning community Work with convenience and ease via phone, tablet, or computer, in the comfort of your home! Focus on patient care, without the administrative burden (hassle free) We provide additional malpractice coverage Deep collaboration & engagement with a huge Canadian network of physicians and clinicians, while joining the largest global Telemedicine Company in the world
    WHAT WE LOOK FOR: An active Canadian MD license and in good standing with a provincial medical regulatory body A desire to evolve the landscape of future healthcare – Teladoc Health’s culture values quality, innovation & accessibility! Board certification under RCPSC or CFPC History of strong clinical performance A desire to serve as an ambassador regarding the clinical importance of virtual care Those who are passionate regarding the delivery of high-quality and safe medical care Proficiency with Electronic Medical Records and computer-based applications Multilingual: French/English/Other. *Preferred but not required
    Are you ready to transform future healthcare – because we are!
    WHY JOIN TELADOC HEALTH?
    A New Category in Healthcare: Teladoc Health is transforming the healthcare experience and empowering people everywhere to live healthier lives.
    Our Work Truly Matters: Recognized as the world leader in whole-person virtual care, Teladoc Health uses proprietary health signals and personalized interactions to drive better health outcomes across the full continuum of care, at every stage in a person’s health journey.
    Make an Impact: In more than 175 countries and ranked Best in KLAS for Virtual Care Platforms in 2020, Teladoc Health leverages more than a decade of expertise and data-driven insights to meet the growing virtual care needs of consumers and healthcare professionals.
    Focus on PEOPLE: Teladoc Health has been recognized as a top employer by numerous media and professional organizations. Talented, passionate individuals make the difference, in this fast-moving, collaborative, and inspiring environment.
    Diversity and Inclusion: At Teladoc Health we believe that personal and professional diversity is the key to innovation. We hire based solely on your strengths and qualifications, and the way in which those strengths can directly contribute to your success in your new position.
    Growth and Innovation: We’ve already made healthcare yet remain on the threshold of very big things. Come grow with us and support our mission to make a tangible difference in the lives of our Members.
    At Teladoc Health we thrive on difference and individuality. Teladoc Health is proud to be an equal opportunity workplace and is an affirmative action employer. We are committed to equal employment opportunity regardless of race, color, ancestry, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, age, citizenship, marital status, disability, gender identity or Veteran status.
    We are committed to fostering an inclusive, accessible environment, where all employees and customers feel valued, respected and supported. We are dedicated to building a workforce that reflects the diversity of our customers and communities in which we live and serve. If you require an accommodation for any stage of the recruitment process / interview process (including alternate formats of materials, or accessible meeting rooms or other accommodation), please reach out to us at accessibility@teladoc.com

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    Refrigeration Mechanic – Saskatoon SK Our client is an international leader in industrial refrigeration and they have an opening in their Saskatoon branch. They provide custom engineered refrigeration systems for industries including manufacturing, food & beverage, sports, national defence and chemical in more than 50 countries. Apply here or give us a call at 1-855-733-7325 (RED)-(SEAL) or text 604-343-3535. Salary: $48 – $50 hourly DOE unionized Benefits: 3 weeks vacation Extended health includes dental and vision Pension Company truck with gas card Uniforms and work boots provided Education: Refrigeration Mechanic Journeyman certification. Skills and Abilities: Ammonia refrigeration experience preferred – freon will be considered Maintenance and installation of industrial refrigeration systems in various industries HVAC industry experience – refrigeration, HVAC, ice rink systems Excellent English communication skills both verbal and written Strong work ethic and professional attitude Ability and willingness to travel within the province – could be 50% overnight (company paid) – weekends you will be home Must have personal trade tools (pressure gauges, bolt meter, etc) Experience training Apprentices would be an asset Saskatoon is a thriving city graced with the vibrant beauty of nature. Divided by the winding South Saskatchewan River, Saskatoon’s east and west face are joined by a series of bridges and lined with several kilometers of trails to jog, walk and explore. A city infused by a lively ambiance, friendly hospitality and rich, diverse cultural experiences. Saskatoon is home to a mix of events, festivals and attractions. Saskatchewan’s largest city provides convenient amenities, yet an inviting natural setting. A refreshment break is easy in Saskatoon – rejuvenate with an espresso in the trendy Broadway shopping district or enjoy delicious authentic local cuisine in one of many fine restaurants. #Redseal1

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    As a role model, the Laura Canada Customer Experience Manager possesses a contagious passion for fashion and customer service. Motivates, coaches and develops a winning team of Sales Associates that provides a unique and memorable shopping experience to every customer. Has strong fashion and floor awareness and is knowledgeable about our product. Contributes to achieve all key financial objectives as established by Laura Canada. Fosters a vibrant, fun, energetic and enjoyable store environment. Acts as a back-up to the Store Manager.
    How will you support the team? 1. Coaching and Development Observes and coaches team members’ behaviors to maintain high standards of customer service and product knowledge. Develops and trains team members on exemplary customer service as per Company standards. Trains team members on new arrivals, product knowledge, and current fashion trends. Acts as a role model in catering to the customers’ unique needs and meets management contribution standards. Conducts SPA weekly. Acts as a role model by promoting the website, store CRM, any loyalty program, marketing initiatives in place and direct ship. Fosters a vibrant, fun, energetic and enjoyable store environment.
    2. Customer Service Demonstrates excellent floor leadership and has exceptional control of sales floor (customer service standards, fitting rooms, zone coverage, cash desk area) and monitors segment accountability results. Continually monitors traffic trends and reacts in a timely manner. Effectively builds and maintains a personal clientele by using Laura Canada’s tools and ensures all Sales Associates do the same. Demonstrates strong wardrobing skills by coaching and sharing knowledge on current fashion trends, product, and the customers’ unique needs.
    3. Store Performance Contributes to achieve all key financial objectives established by Laura Canada: Sales Closing ratio Hours Shrink Dollars per transaction Units per transaction
    4. People Management Participates in recruiting top talent utilizing all Company recruitment tools. Maintains a performing team through excellent assessment skills, ongoing coaching and evaluation of performance of Sales Associates. Identifies and resolves team members’ issues and deals with underperforming team members in a timely manner utilizing the Company’s resources and completing related documentation (PCP, SOD, NC, etc.). Delegates appropriate responsibilities to Sales Associates. Is responsible for the successful integration of all new Sales Associates through a thorough orientation, feedback and 3-month reviews. Understands Sales Associates’ career ambitions and partners with Management to develop required skills. Adheres to and ensures that all team members are aware of, understand and comply with all new and existing Company policies and procedures (e.g. Dress Code, Loss Prevention, Health & Safety and Human Resources). Acts as a back-up to the Store Manager.
    The people that thrive with us have: Contagious passion for fashion and customer service A minimum of 2 years experience in a leadership role and passion for coaching and developing others Proficient in delegation and follow-ups Ability to create a positive work environment where team members are motivated to learn and grow Excellent communication and interpersonal skills Excellent problem solving skills Demonstrates initiative on an on-going basis. Embraces Company initiatives and acts as a change agent to ensure directives are met. Open to feedback and implements change in a timely manner English is required. Don't miss this opportunity to join an exceptional team!

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    Administrative Assistant  

    - Saskatoon

    Administrative Assistant Saskatoon Sales Office
    Engineered Air is one of North America's largest manufacturers of heating, air conditioning, ventilation, refrigeration, energy recovery, and heat transfer products. Engineered Air's integrated sales, design, and manufacturing groups enable the company to produce equipment that is designed to fit a specific project's requirements.
    Engineered Air is seeking a dynamic, results-oriented individual to fill the role of Administrative Assistant for our Saskatoon Sales Office. The office is in the Saskatoon Airport Business Area on Ave C North. Engineered Air is looking for a dependable individual desiring a long-term employment opportunity. Engineered Air offers remuneration packages that include industry-competitive salaries and benefits.

    RESPONSIBILITIES: Answer and transfer telephone calls to the appropriate individuals. Greet customers and offer support to meet their needs. Filing, order entry, and tracking of orders and production schedules. Sending and receiving mail and courier shipments. Review submittal drawings and compare order entries for accuracy and report discrepancies. Warranty parts orders. Maintain and order office supplies as needed. Prepare bank deposits. Tracking invoice aging reports. Compile credit responses and submit reports on over 60-day accounts. Monitor customer account details for non-payments, delayed payments, and other irregularities. Manage credit applications and updates as required. Other duties as assigned.
    EXPERIENCE REQUIRED: Minimum 3 to 5+ years of administration experience in an office setting. Experience handling a multi-line phone system is a must. The ability to create and automate data entry and retrieval from within Excel and other Microsoft programs would be a definite asset.
    SKILLS REQUIRED: Advanced skill level in Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook 365, and PDF readers is required. Must possess a high level of verbal and written communication skills. Strong organizational skills and attention to detail, with a great level of accuracy. Should be a team player and have the ability to work independently. Strong customer service skills are a must.
    We wish to thank all applicants for their interest but advise that only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

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    Crane Supply is Canada's premier distributor of quality pipe, valves, fittings and piping accessories. Our key market segments include Industrial and Commercial Contractors, Industrial Maintenance, Repair and Operations (MRO), Fabricator, and Engineering Procurement and Construction firms.
    OPERATIONS MANAGER $70,000 - $74,000 20% Annual Performance Bonus
    The Operations Manager provides operational leadership and direction for an assigned business unit within Crane Supply. Their job is provide day to day supervision of Warehouse Associates, Truck Drivers, Shippers, Receivers and Counter Sales and in doing so, the Operations Manager ensures that value is being created for the customer in terms of products, delivery and service. The Operations Manager is responsible for their assigned business unit performance with respect to Safety, Quality, Delivery, Cost and Growth and they are expected to work cooperatively with functional leaders and managers to optimize the entire business.
    PRINCIPLE RESPONSIBILITIES: Maintain the visual controls (KPI & Performance Boards) in assigned business areas and assure they accurately reflect key issues, root causes, and corrective actions Develop, lead or participate in continuous improvement initiatives Participate in daily walk-around meetings; daily and weekly production meetings; Safety, Quality Delivery and Cost and / or regional weekly or bi-weekly calls Manage labor headcount that support the daily receiving, picking, shipping, intraBranch Freight Processing and effective fleet management Lead health and safety compliance per legislative, policy and procedural compliance at the branch. Create a safe working environment through proactive identification and elimination of hazards. Must be committed to making health and safety as a top priority when planning daily job duties and business decisions; meeting or exceeding all external regulations and company standards regarding health and safety. Adhere to all Health and Safety regulations as listed in Management Health & Safety Performance Expectations and Appraisal Policy Assure that appropriate equipment is provided, adequately maintained and safely operated. Also, evaluate potential of new equipment and initiate capital equipment requests in collaboration with head office Establishes and monitors safe working conditions and practices. Ensures an adequate corrective action plan is developed and followed through when unsafe acts/conditions are found Ensures competent workers who have the appropriate knowledge, experience and training are assigned to conduct work activities Train employees, maintains positive employee relations and build a high performance team Maintain training and development plans for direct reports and overall department, including the maintenance of the associated skills matrix Implement and drive the ISO Program at Hub or Branch level with the support of head office directions and requirements Drive quality improvement – initiate defect reports and assure implementation of corrective action Initiate disciplinary action as required and provide employee performance to assure that deserving employees are recognized and that underperforming employees are given the direction required to improve their performance. Provide recommendations to the VP Operations and VP Human Resources on hiring/firing decisions. Manage local fleet to ensure adherence to maintenance, driver performance and measurement Work closely with Transportation Manager to optimize lane frequencies, preferred carrier list and cost savings Collaborate and assist head office on CER or ER project implementation and closure Provide new opportunities or ideas for short and long-term goals
    QUALIFICATIONS/EXPERIENCE: Minimum 3 years managerial experience in a warehousing or distribution business with emphasis in health & safety, continuous improvement and WMS systems Post-secondary education preferred Strong interpersonal and communication skills Ability to effectively handle multiple conflicting priorities Ability to work well under pressure Strong computer skills required Attention to detail required
    HOW TO APPLY Qualified individuals are encouraged to submit their resumes We thank all applicants for their interest, but only those selected for an interview will be contacted.
    This position is located in Canada. Applicants must have Canadian work authorization in order to be considered. Sponsorship is not available. Crane Supply is an equal opportunity employer. We celebrate diversity and are committed to creating an inclusive and discriminatory free environment for all employees. We welcome applications from people with disabilities and, where practicable, accommodations are available on request for candidates taking part in all aspects of the selection process.

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    Construction Manager - Mining  

    - Saskatoon

    Role: Construction Manager
    Duration: 11/06/2023 to 12/31/2024
    Years of Experience: Senior - 10+
    Work Location: Cigar Lake, SK
    Work Rotation: 2wks in/ 2wks out 11 hrs per day - flights out of Saskatoon only
    Role Description / Key Responsibilities
    Primary responsibility and accountability to ensure that all individuals on the construction site are working in a safe manner abiding by all safety program requirements Oversee the execution of field work ensuring it is completed efficiently and effectively while meeting all contractual requirements Monitor the schedule and productivity of work and work constructively with contractors and internal teams to drive improvements Work collaboratively with the contractors and operations personnel to resolve issues and barriers Work collaboratively with the contractor on all aspects of planning to enable efficient work to progress in the field Coordinate field activities between contractors and the Cameco operations team as required
    Skills / Previous Experience
    Previous experience as a construction manager is considered an asset Previous experience at a nuclear facility preferred

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    Loss Control Specialist  

    - Saskatoon

    As a property and casualty insurance specialist for more than 100 years, Sandbox Mutual Insurance Company seeks opportunities to be the preferred insurance carrier. At Sandbox, we not only celebrate people, but we are driven by a relentless need to build personal connections resulting in exceptional customer experiences. Join a team that strives to become a beacon of hope in times where people need us the most.
    We are very excited to be growing our Sandbox Mutual Insurance family. We have a replacement for a vacancy for the permanent full-time position of Loss Control Specialist and are on the search for our team member. Reporting to the Supervisor, Loss Control & Underwriting Systems, the successful candidate will survey and assess residential, farm, and commercial risks on-site; oversee the administration of 3rd party inspection services; provide loss control recommendations aimed to help policyholders manage their exposures & reduce the frequency and severity of losses; contribute to the loss control objectives of the organization by assisting with development of guidelines and procuring new tools and technology.
    As a Loss Control Specialist, YOU Will Be Responsible For • Responsible for organizing, assigning, and also carrying out surveys to evaluate properties and report on-site observations for insurance underwriting purposes. Identifying and analyzing hazards and critical issues, measuring buildings, taking photographs, conducting thermal imaging, as well as inspecting features, such as fire prevention systems, heating equipment, and fuel storage tanks. • Oversees 3rd party vendors and orders surveys based on company needs. Performs quality control on all 3rd party vendor reports. Maintains high level of service and ensures accountability from all partners. • Converses with policyholders and brokers to understand the history of the property and its risk features. • Establishes relationship with brokers to assist with business development and broker relations. • Develops risk improvement recommendations based on identified risk exposures. Considers how best to accomplish risk management goals with the policyholder. • Leverages expertise in coverage and claims to provide management with recommendations and reports, ultimately contributing to the attainment of company objectives. • Assists supervisor with developing inspection criteria and produces metrics to identify trends contributing to the loss control objectives of the organization. • Prepares detailed reports that include identifying the fundamental construction and equipment details, risk assessment, and replacement cost verification. Helps procure technology and software solutions to develop and enhance surveys and reports. • Collaborates with internal stakeholders while representing loss control objectives. • Designs, develops, and implements loss control informational training based on data and best practices for employees and brokers. • Performs other duties as required.
    What We Need From YOU! • Completion of Grade 12 education. • Degree or Diploma in company approved related discipline or combination of education and experience. • Certified Insurance Professional (CIP) designation with the Insurance Institute of Canada is an asset, with preference given to applicants with their CIP. • Thermal imaging certification would be an asset. • Specialized experience in auditing, loss prevention, risk management or other related fields. • Minimum five (5) years’ related experience performing on-site insurance loss control surveys and reports. • Expert knowledge in understanding underwriting principles of loss control, hazard identification and risk mitigation processes. • A thorough understanding of general liability and property lines of coverage. • Excellent knowledge of applicable building & fire protection codes, farm, commercial, and habitational construction techniques, and plumbing, heating, electrical and fire safety systems. • Ability to note details and make accurate observations. • Strong self-initiative, prioritization, time management, and critical thinking skills. Demonstrating autonomy, managing field and office work. • A valid driver’s license and the ability to regularly travel including overnight stays are required. • Fully effective interpersonal, writing, interviewing and other communication skills required to develop and maintain relationships with peers, customers and industry contacts is vital. • Acts as a role model who supports a delightfully simple insurance experience and a positive organization culture.
    WHY SANDBOX MUTUAL INSURANCE? Come grow your career with a company committed to putting people first. At Sandbox, we take pride in caring for our employees as it is the collaborative efforts of our entire team which will allow us to continue to remain successful today and into the future. This unionized position offers an annual salary range of $78,667 – 94,990, a comprehensive benefits package, a fun and inclusive work environment, professional development opportunities and the potential for further advancement within the company.
    HOW TO APPLY Please submit an electronic copy of your cover letter and resume with Loss Control Specialist SP#278 in the subject line to underwritingcareers@sandbox.ca. The posting will remain open until the position is filled. Sandbox Mutual Insurance thanks all interested candidates; however, only those considered for an interview will be contacted.

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    Project Planner  

    - Saskatoon

    Project Planner Saskatchewan (Site Based)
    Description:
    Brunel is seeking a Project Planner for our mining client in Saskatchewan. The Planner will be responsible for reviewing NPI preventative maintenance plans and identify spare part requirements for the infrastructure project.

    Responsibilities:
    • Ensure compliance to the 1SAP work management processes. • Facilitate the weekly contractor planning\scheduling meetings to ensure alignment of all work management activities to production or other operational plans. • Create and plan 1SAP work orders that enable effective deployment of work management resources, including personnel, service providers and materials. • Build and communicate accurate weekly work schedules reflecting all work management activities, ensuring that they are adequately resource levelled and aligned to the corresponding 12-week planning window. • Request and govern work management master data changes as required, based on equipment strategy reviews and identified quality errors. • Develop secondary task lists for relevant re-occurring work to support effective planning and safe execution. • Review the work management process compliance across sub functions and engage relevant stakeholders to ensure adherence.

    Qualifications:
    • Bachelor's degree in engineering, business , or a related field. • Experience with mining industry practices and infrastructure projects • Minimum of 5 years of experience in project planning and scheduling, preferably in a mining or construction environment. • Proficiency in using project management software and tools, including SAP or similar systems. • Proficiency in project management software such as Microsoft Project, Primavera, or equivalent. • Experience with contractor coordination and management. • Strong understanding of work management processes and procedures. • Proficiency in scheduling and planning techniques • Familiarity with maintenance and preventative maintenance practices. • Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal, for conducting meetings and reporting. • Strong analytical and problem-solving abilities to identify and resolve issues in work plans and schedules. • A strong commitment to safety and a good understanding of safety protocols in a mining environment.

    What We Offer
    Why work with Brunel? We are proud to offer exciting career opportunities from over 100 offices globally in 42 countries. Advancing your career takes time and effort – let us match you to your ideal position.
    About Us
    Brunel has a reputation for working with some of the best in the business. That’s what we continually strive for. Brunel provides the global recruitment and workforce services you need to lead your industry. With 45 years of market experience in Renewable Energy, Automotive, Oil & Gas, Life Sciences, Mining and Infrastructure, we help you finish major projects safely, compliantly, on-time, within budget and at the highest quality, so you can keep growing – anywhere in the world.

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    BUILD YOUR FUTURE WHILE YOU HELP BUILD A BETTER WORLD! As North America’s largest roofing maintenance service provider, we’re obsessed with making good roofs, and good buildings, better. Restoring instead of replacing wherever we can is the right thing for our customers and our planet, and it’s a big part of what makes Tremco Roofing and WTI so unique.
    If you’re looking for a place to build a career and a life, with great benefits, advancement opportunity, technology, people and a commitment to a sustainable future, you’ve found it with us.
    Qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to their race, color, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, protected veteran status or disability.
    Tremco is looking for a Construction Contractor Support Specialist to cover Saskatchewan.
    This is a contractor sales and support role in the construction arena, designed to generate contractor discretionary business in a specific area while providing localized technical support. The CSS personnel will work directly alongside the contractors, focused on the restoration coatings line, to ensure that Tremco and the contractor are providing the best solutions, the best products and the best installations to our customers.
    Duties/Responsibilities, Core knowledge: * Ensure safe execution and delivery of all roofing services and operations. * Provide a variety of technical training sessions in the contractor s office and field applications. * Provide hands on application training and supervision of roof coatings and installation. * Perform roof inspections reports with written reports on condition analysis, photo documentation, recommendation and material budget estimates. * Communicate professionally with our customers, Tremco sales representatives and regional sales managers and corporate staff. * Complete weekly/monthly reports, sales activities, proposals and purchase orders. * Travel within the assigned territory, complete expense reports on a timely basis. * Pre-project field inspections and technical support including but not limited to: * Peel tests * Product recommendations * Proper product installation * Product diagnostic support to ensure the contractor is kept out of trouble in misuse of products for the situation. * Provide an on-going sales support, training and development to the contractors, per the direction of the local sales reps. * Be a direct line of contact to the contractors in the designated area, per the local sales reps, to maintain a good working relationship with the existing contractor base, keeping them informed and trained on Tremco s product line and new products introduced. * Develop new contractors in the area, per the local sales team, by training on product systems and their usage.
    Skills, Qualifications, Experience, Special Physical Requirements: * High School diploma or GED * Associate s degree (AAS), or Trade School Certification, or Bachelor s Degree (BS) preferred. * 5+ years of roofing sales or technical experience in the commercial market. * 2+ years of roofing repair, troubleshooting, or field service experience. * Working knowledge of commercial roofing systems including built-up, modified, single ply, and metal systems. * Must have a valid drivers license and acceptable Motor Vehicle record. * Class B CDL driver s license. * Strong roofing or building science mechanical aptitude. * Prior experience in a field sales and service leadership role. * Practical computer application literacy (including MicroSoft Office Suite and learn internal business systems). * In-depth technical understanding and extensive hands-on knowledge of applications of products. Intimate knowledge of product line. * History of working in a field that required autonomy and self-motivation. * Prior experience that demonstrates a strong work ethic and ability to multi-task. * Overnight travel of up to 25% to support assigned customer accounts.
    The salary range for applicants in this position generally ranges between $70,000 and $80,000. This range is an estimate, based on potential employee qualifications, operations, needs, and other considerations permitted by law.
    Benefits: Tremco offers a variety of benefits to its employees, including not limited to: health insurance, paid holidays, paid time off, Company Pension Plan, Performance Based Commission, and continuing education.

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    Minnow Aquatic Environmental Services, a division of Trinity Consultants, is a leader in Aquatic Environmental Consulting Services, conducting environmental studies in freshwater and marine environments across Canada. We are a firm of scientists and engineers with multidisciplinary expertise (water quality / aquatic chemistry, geochemistry, aquatic biology, aquatic ecology, aquatic toxicology, hydrogeology, hydrodynamic mixing, and environmental statistics) serving the Canadian natural resource sector with offices in Georgetown ON, Guelph ON, Saskatoon SK, Sparwood BC, and Victoria BC.
    We are currently seeking candidates for the position of Intermediate Aquatic Scientist. The position of Intermediate Aquatic Scientist will involve management of small- to medium-sized projects (e.g., organization and interpretation of water quality, sediment quality, toxicity test, periphyton/plankton community, benthic invertebrate community, and fish/fish habitat data and assistance in the preparation of interpretive reports), assisting senior scientists with components of larger projects, providing subject matter expertise within one or more aquatic science sub-disciplines, and planning and implementing field studies across Canada.
    The position will be subject to mentoring and supervision by senior Minnow staff. The position provides the opportunity to mentor junior staff and to build Minnow’s reputation in aquatic sciences through exemplary project execution, deliverable quality, and participation in industry association meetings and technical presentations/papers
    The successful candidate will have consulting and project management skills, exceptional organizational skills, an eye for detail, strong communication skills, excellent technical writing skills, substantial experience in aquatic sampling, and knowledge of software applications including MS Word, MS Excel, and statistical packages. A graduate degree in environmental science (M.Sc. or Ph.D.) is preferred along with 3 to 10 years of relevant work experience. The candidate must have a valid driver’s license and be willing to travel and work in remote locations. Registration as a Qualified Professional would be considered an asset. Minnow offers a competitive compensation and benefits package and an excellent work environment.

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    Project Manager  

    - Saskatoon

    Hays are working with a leading property management company specializing in the management of office, industrial, and retail spaces in Saskatoon. As a Project Manager, you will play a vital role in ensuring tenant satisfaction, fostering positive relationships, and maintaining high standards across our properties.
    Responsibilities: Serve as the main point of contact for tenants, promptly addressing inquiries and concerns. Understand and oversee all construction related activities. Managing various trades completing construction project in respective properties. Foster positive tenant relationships through effective communication and proactive problem-solving. Coordinate tenant meetings, providing property-related updates and addressing policies. Assist with tenant onboarding and prepare lease-related documents. Log and facilitate timely resolution of maintenance requests. Maintain accurate tenant records and assist with budget monitoring.
    Qualifications: Experience in managing tenant improvement and/or capital projects. Proven experience in tenant relations, property management, or a customer service-oriented role. Strong interpersonal skills and ability to build and maintain positive relationships with tenants and internal stakeholders. Excellent written and verbal communication skills. Organizational skills with the ability to manage multiple tasks and prioritize effectively. Knowledge of leasing and property management principles, practices, and legal regulations (an asset). Detail-oriented, proactive, and able to work independently as well as part of a team.
    This is a great opportunity to join an established and thriving team. If you OR someone you know is interested in speaking further please apply.

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    Human Resources Manager  

    - Saskatoon

    Reporting to the VP, Human Resources, the Manager, Human Resources will ensure the successful delivery of core HR functions, including recruitment and retention, performance management, people development, HR policies and procedures, and compensation and benefits. This role will be based in Saskatoon will be working closely with the NexGen team. The Manager's role is to facilitate and ensure the integration and adoption of all people practices in alignment with the Company's values and objectives.
    Responsibilities Partner and provide human resources guidance and support to all employees. Support strategic human resources initiatives through collaboration, development, implementation, and maintenance of these initiatives. Champion company processes by implementing and advising on company policies, procedures, and programs. Manage all aspects of the employment life cycle and facilitate employment changes from onboarding to offboarding. Lead processes for performance reviews, development planning, identifying high-potential talent, and succession planning. Advise and coach leaders on employment legislation, government regulations, retention, engagement, and employee relation concerns. Build and maintain strong and effective relationships with employees at all levels of the organization. Manage the employee intranet - NXE Connect. Communicate a strong employer brand that fosters the attraction and retention of qualified employees. Partner and collaborate with the Director, Training and Employment Readiness and Manager, Regional Development and Employment Readiness. Create and analyze reports and metrics to identify trends prior to developing and recommending solutions to support the business. Oversee the HR systems and ensure overall effectiveness and alignment with Company development. Advise on compensation and incentive decisions by analyzing role, performance, market, and internal structure. Support the compensation review process. Develop department budget, track expenditures, and explain variances. Other related duties as required.
    Qualifications University Degree in Human Resources or related field as required. 10+ years of HR generalist experience with at least 3 years in a leadership role, preferably in the mining industry. Demonstrated experience in a greenfield/start-up HR role. Experience within the energy, mining, engineering, or heavy industry sectors would be desirable. Strong verbal and written communication skills, including the ability to present ideas clearly and with credibility. Proven track record of developing and implementing policies and programs to support organizational growth. A highly collaborative, credible, and communicative style that fosters the development of strong relationships and trust at all levels of the organization. A practical, hands-on manager. Ability to engage effectively with and influence key stakeholders, offering effective HR solutions to the business. Ability to work in a fast-paced, dynamic environment managing multiple priorities under tight deadlines. Proficient computer skills, with strong knowledge of Microsoft Office applications (PowerPoint, Word, Excel, Teams, Visio) and the ability to learn new software.

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    Procurement Administrator  

    - Saskatoon

    Reporting to the Lead Procurement Administrator, the Procurement Administrator will provide procurement support to the Rook I Project (“Project”). Duties will be heavily SAP oriented and require a strong level of communication with site and within the Procurement team.
    Responsibilities Use the SAP system to accurately input and manage purchase requisitions for materials, products, and services. Collaborate with cross-functional teams, including procurement, production, and logistics, to gather relevant information required for requisition processing. Review requisitions for completeness, accuracy, and adherence to company policies and procedures. Liaise with internal stakeholders to confirm delivery dates, quantities, and specifications of requested goods. Perform regular follow-ups with suppliers to ensure timely delivery and escalate any potential delays or issues to the appropriate parties. Generate goods receipt documents within the SAP system upon receipt of materials, verifying the accuracy of quantities, quality, and specifications. Maintain accurate records of all transactions, requisitions, and goods receipts, ensuring proper documentation and data integrity. Provide support and assistance to the supply chain team as needed. Other duties as assigned.
    Qualifications 1-2 years of procurement experience. Understand project coordination and management. Experience in mining is an asset. Experience with a variety of ERP systems, including SAP would be considered an asset. Experience supporting projects, especially in remote locations would be considered an asset.

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    Lead, Cost Control  

    - Saskatoon

    Reporting to the Director, Project Controls, the Lead, Cost Control, will oversee all cost control and project accounting deliverables for the Rook I Project (“Project”). Specifically, this position will play a key role in the establishment and monitoring of the control budget, the development of the cost control plan, and the set-up of the overall cost system and associated procedures. This position will also be responsible for the cost control governance and interface with engineering service providers and contractors engaged by NexGen for the Project.
    Responsibilities Work with the Project and Finance team, to lead the cost system implementation, including mapping out all interfaces with service providers (i.e., EPCM team) and contractors. Support the development of NexGen project-related budgets and forecasts, ensuring adherence to the Project Work Breakdown Structure (WBS) and the Basis of Estimate. Monitor the project baseline scope, the control budget, and the baseline schedule against the project forecasts and trends, providing detailed analysis to project management. Effectively manage the communications interfaces essential for the delivery of the cost function. Liaise with engineering, procurement, and construction functions, and others as required, to maintain awareness of project activities and their impact on the project budget, schedule, and cost forecast. Liaise with procurement, finance, and third parties as required, to ensure accurate and timely capture of procurement, materials, subcontract, and labor costs. Lead the onboarding and governance of cost control disciplines with engineering service providers and contractors, including project accounting controls. Set up the Accounts Payable process with service providers and contractors to facilitate timely payments within internal controls. Coordinate the Authorization For Expenditure (AFE) process for project-related spend. Lead the governance of internal controls within the project. Support development and validation of project estimates. Other duties as assigned.

    Qualifications Relevant university degree with a minimum of 5 to 7 + years experience on large capital projects, or an appropriate combination of education and experience. EPCM or Owners team mining project experience is considered an asset. Proven team leadership, able to work with project team members at all levels to meet deliverables and deadlines. Advanced knowledge of cost management systems. Project management/controls certifications such as AACE and/or PMP are considered an asset. Proven commitment to workplace safety and demonstrate safety leadership.

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    Reporting to the Director, Environment & Permitting, the Environmental Lead is responsible for supporting the Environment and Permitting group and coordinating contractors to ensure the successful completion of environmental protection activities. This role will work closely with the Integrated Management System (IMS) team as well as internal stakeholders across the Permitting, Project Development, and Exploration teams. Site visits and providing subject matter expertise related to potential environmental risks will also be a priority for the Environmental Lead. This is a unique opportunity to join a team that is focused on supporting the advancement of the Rook I Project, a Tier-1 uranium project, as it transitions to the next stage of development.
    This is a 12-month fixed-term contract for a maternity leave coverage.
    Responsibilities Act as NexGen’s Environmental Lead in the safe advancement of the Rook I Project. Lead the development and implementation of robust environmental management systems in a manner reflective of NexGen’s vision and values and in accordance with the Project’s regulatory context. Lead the management and implementation of ongoing monitoring programs to support lifecycle Project planning. Work collaboratively with the Project team on the development and implementation of Project-specific environmental plans, procedures, work instructions, guides, forms, etc. Participate in meetings with Indigenous groups, local communities, government agencies and regulators to facilitate and support permitting and environmental management processes. Work closely with the Project Development, Licensing, and Engagement teams, providing input and supporting interface points with environmental management activities. Provide subject matter expert (“SME”) support and input as required. Manage scope, schedule, and budget for areas of accountability. Oversee document control and reporting related to areas of accountability. Ongoing identification of risks to design, schedule, and critical paths to successful environmental management and identification of risk mitigation activities. Provide recommendations and guidance for environmental strategies, goals, and objectives. Establish and maintain professional relationships with provincial and federal regulatory agencies. Stay well-informed of environmental legislation and initiatives and participate as necessary on working groups and associations. Other duties as required.

    Qualifications Bachelor’s degree in environmental science, ideally a Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.). Minimum 5 years of environmental experience at a mine site. Experience in the uranium mining and milling is considered an asset. Project management and leadership skills with the ability to collaborate and provide team leadership to meet established timelines. Excellent interpersonal skills with strong written and verbal communication abilities. Self-starter who takes accountability and ownership of work; capable of working collaboratively with a small team in a fast-paced growth environment and comfortable driving work to completion independently when required. Highly organized with the ability to balance multiple priorities while maintaining a high attention to detail. Strong digital literacy using Microsoft Office Suite and knowledge of database management.

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    Business Analyst  

    - Saskatoon

    Responsibilities: Assessment of Supply Arrangements – The Analyst will Provide professional technical support to the President, Vice-President Operations, and the Senior Management Team in general in order to facilitate informed decision-making regarding propane supply.
    Evaluation of Supply and Operational Logistics – The Analyst will Provide analytical support to the President, Vice-President – Operations, and the rest of the Management team regarding propane supply-related logistics, as well as operational routing decision-making.
    Business Development – Utilizes primary and secondary market research sources such as the Internet, interviews, published reports, and personal relationships to gather industry information and use it to assess market potential, viability of new technology, competition and the potential competitive advantages of information technology systems.
    Financial and Legal Analysis – Review and verifies financial information and legal documents associated with business opportunities and develop working models to assess various structures' financial risks and returns.
    Presentation Development – Assists and supports in the development of presentation analysis and material for the CanGas Senior Management Team.
    Governance Reporting – Assists the CanGas Senior Management Team in ongoing reporting requirements for the Board of Directors.
    Database and Financial Model Updating and Development – Assists the President and Senior Management Team in developing, monitoring and updating various databases and financial models in pursuit of data analysis and enhanced decision-making and reporting.
    Financial Evaluation Assistance – Assists the CanGas President and Senior Management Team in special projects relating to business development and financial and data analysis. Other duties as may May be required to perform other duties as assigned. Qualifications - Bachelor of Commerce; - 5+ years of experience in the propane industry experience an asset, as is any background in operational – with several years in a supervisory role, preferably related to routing and logistics (especially in a supervisory capacity); - other relevant designation (Class 1 driver’s license, gas fitting ticket, crane operation accreditation) considered desirable asset; - knowledge of and interest in entrepreneurship, business start-up and operational support; - excellent oral and written communication skills; - exceptional analytical and modelling ability, outstanding presentation development experience, and overall mastery of the MS Office suite a must; - capable of developing business relationships with relevant stakeholders; - client oriented/customer-focused and able to multi-task and manage multiple priorities; - self-starter, with a high degree of comfort achieving amidst ambiguity; - able to deal with irregular work schedules; and - respectful of CanGas’ corporate culture, ethics and values.

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    Legal Counsel, M&A  

    - Saskatoon

    Legal Counsel, M&A
    Westbridge Capital is a private equity company that acquires mature operating businesses in various jurisdictions including Canada and the Unites States.  We often structure our deals with management as our partners to ensure a long-term alignment of interest. Our unique model allows us to provide liquidity to an underserved market, benefiting both owners and management. Westbridge Capital promotes a collaborative work environment and employs a talented group of people with expertise in a variety of areas including tax, finance, M&A, legal, securities and information technology. As our company continues to experience significant growth, we are looking to add new members to our team to drive and promote the objectives of Westbridge Capital and its expansion into new markets.
    Overview of Role Westbridge Capital is looking to add a talented mid to senior level M&A lawyer to our practice group.  The successful candidate will assist in the M&A process from beginning to end, from preparing the initial offer to acquire, to reviewing due diligence, to drafting and negotiating the transaction documents, to putting in place financing arrangements, and assisting with the ultimate integration of the newly acquired business. The work will be primarily transactional, but also varied and continuously changing, such that it will provide challenges but never be boring or mundane. The successful candidate will work as part of a team and while supporting that team will also be provided with mentorship and many opportunities to learn and develop their skill set.
    You will work with Senior Legal Counsel and the Director of Accounting and Finance to: Conduct due diligence on new businesses Draft, review and negotiate transaction documents Work with external legal counsel and other professionals on transactional matters Create and refine template agreements Identify and solve complex legal issues Collaborate with management and team members on acquisition strategies, business integration and other matters Assist with other legal matters as needed
    Ideal Candidate Ability to work both independently and as part of team with little oversight Ability to multi-task, prioritize projects and meet deadlines Strong critical thinking and problem solving skills Organized and pay attention to details Possess strong written and interpersonal communications skills Ability to collaborate with a variety of people both internal and external to the company Possess a high degree of professionalism and business judgement while always maintaining integrity and other core values Ability to identify risk and provide risk adjusted solutions to meet business targets and objectives Motivated and always willing to learn   Requirements A law degree and be a member of or eligible for membership in the Law Society of Saskatchewan 4+ years of relevant corporate, M&A and/or finance experience Experience managing and leading projects  

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    Collision Centre Manager  

    - Saskatoon

    Ens Auto, a locally owned and operated business in Saskatoon, has been serving the community since 1963. Our company includes Ens Toyota, Ens Lexus, Ens Collision , and Ens Industrial, providing top-quality products and services to fulfill our clients' automotive and industrial needs.
    We are seeking a motivated, experienced Collision Centre Manager to join our team immediately! The ideal candidate will have production experience in an insurance-accredited collision shop along with strong leadership skills. This is a great opportunity to further enhance your leadership capabilities. We highly value honesty and integrity as essential traits for this role. The successful candidate will possess strong communication and organizational skills. Ens Auto is committed to continuously meeting or exceeding industry standards for remuneration wages and salaries based on experience, performance, and skill set. We: Take pride in fostering long-term team member relationships and offering opportunities for career growth. At Ens Auto, we value equal opportunity in employment and strive to create a diverse workforce and an inclusive culture. As an inclusive workplace, we have a zero-tolerance policy against harassment in any form. Expect all employees to uphold our comprehensive harassment policy and contribute to maintaining a respectful and supportive work environment.
    Key responsibilities of the role include, but are not limited to: Ø Oversee daily operations of the Collision Centre. Ø Work with staff to develop effective strategies to increase productivity and profitability. Ø Discuss strategies with the Production Manager and Office Supervisor that may benefit the department’s success and future growth. Ø Ensure that the Production Manager is properly following the Global PCE system. Ø Monitor shop flow and ensure that the Global PCE system is being implemented effectively. Ø Train front-end personnel and mentor the Office Supervisor on effective methods for customer relations and, ultimately, increase retention. Ø Monitor the progress of the Parts Advisor and ensure that proper systems are in place to avoid parts write-offs and obsolete inventory. Ø Hold regular meetings with the Technicians, Office Supervisor, and front-end staff to ensure that all personnel perform at their peak.
    Qualifications: Ø Minimum two years of production experience in an insurance-accredited body shop. Ø Minimum one year of estimating experience. Ø Management/leadership experience is considered an immediate asset. Ø Technical knowledge of the collision industry, OEM standards and procedures, and insurance policies and procedures. Ø Ability to read and understand Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) in the body shop industry. Ø Technologically inclined. Ø Strong verbal and written communication skills. Ø Organizational and time management skills. Ø Problem solving. Ø Be highly motivated.
    What We Offer: A comprehensive benefits package, including medical & dental benefits, life insurance, disability insurance, an employer-matched pension plan, an employee assistance program, and employee wellness initiatives. Career development and growth opportunities. Automotive discounts on new & pre-owned vehicles and automotive parts and vehicle servicing discounts. Company events and social club functions.
    We thank all applicants for their interest; however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted. Please respond to this ad or send your resume, in confidence, to Darin Mcleod, General Manager, at dmcleod@ensauto.ca and Kaylee Low, Human Resource Generalist, at human.resources@ensauto.ca.

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    Property & Leasing Administrator  

    - Saskatoon

    Your new company You will be working for a locally based property management company with an extensive commercial portfolio. They are looking for a Property & Leasing Administrator to support on a Commercial portfolio across Western Canada. This company has excellent benefits, perks and actively promotes internally where possible.
    Your new role You will be responsible for supporting a large portfolio of commercial properties across Saskatoon & Western Canada. You will be supporting the Leasing and Operations Specialist with maintenance requests, leasing documentation, budgets, reports, collections calls and the general day-to-day running for the portfolio.
    What you'll need to succeed For this position you will ideally have a minimum of 1+ year experience within commercial leasing or property administration. They will also consider residential experience of a strong administrative background from outside the real estate industry. You will have strong communication skills and be competent enough with financials to assist with budgets and variances. You will have strong attention to detail and be comfortable conversing with tenants via phone and over email.
    What you'll get in return You will receive a base salary from $50,000 - $58,000, 3 weeks vacation, benefits, parking, bonus, and a host of other perks.

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    Plastic Surgeon - Craniofacial Surgery  

    - Saskatoon
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    The Saskatchewan Health Authority – Saskatoon and University of Saskatchewan, Department of Surgery, Division of Plastic Surgery seek Plastic Surgeons with Craniofacial Surgery fellowship training that have an interest in clinical and academic service delivery. Collective responsibilities include clinical care of inpatients and outpatients and education of undergraduate and postgraduate trainees.
    There is opportunity to practice a full spectrum of plastic and reconstructive surgery. The successful candidates will have appointments in both the Saskatchewan Health Authority and the University of Saskatchewan.
    The successful candidate will hold certification or be eligible for certification with the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada (RCPSC) and be eligible for licensure with the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Saskatchewan (CPSS) .
    A Craniofacial Surgery fellowship training is considered an asset. Responsibility of the physician. Additional Information University of Saskatchewan - The beautiful University of Saskatchewan campus is located on the shores of the South Saskatchewan River in Saskatoon, a city with a diverse and thriving economic base and a vibrant cultural life. The USask is a research-intensive institution with 22,000 students and 7,000 faculty and staff, and a strong reputation for innovation and excellence. It is home to the newly constructed Academic Health Sciences Complex and two of the largest science projects in the country – the Canadian Light Source synchrotron and the Vaccine and Infectious Disease Organization/International Vaccine Centre. A users group is available for collaborative research with clinical faculty using the $173.5 million Canadian Light Source synchrotron, owned by the University of Saskatchewan. The College of Medicine has an intake of 100 students per year with a commensurate number of positions for residency training.
    To Apply – Saskatchewan Health Authority supports a shared commitment to a Representative Workforce that is respectful and inclusive of all staff and clients and welcomes applications from those who will contribute to the diversity of our community. All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply; however, Canadian citizens and permanent residents will be given priority.
    Interested candidates, please submit your curriculum vitae in confidence to:
    Jennifer Grunert, Specialist Recruitment and Retention - Saskatoon
    Practitioner Staff Affairs – Suite 6740 - Royal University Hospital
    103 Hospital Drive
    Saskatoon, SK S7N 0W8
    Email: jennifer.grunert@saskhealthauthority.ca
    Please note applications will be accepted until the positions are filled. Saskatchewan's largest city is a four season destination and has gained a reputation as a great place to both live and visit. A young, vibrant and entrepreneurial demographic is energizing the city with exciting new things to see and do. #J-18808-Ljbffr

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    Family Physician Partner - Community Health Centre Market Mall  

    - Saskatoon
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    Family Physician Partner - Community Health Centre Market Mall The Saskatchewan Health Authority (SHA), Community Health Centre (CHC) in Market Mall serves the Nutana Suburban Centre (SC) neighbourhood and beyond in Saskatoon. The CHC offers a mix of planned appointments, home visits, comprehensive assessments, and quick access care for older adults. Using an integrated approach to addressing the specific needs of our target population, we aim to create a centre of excellence for community-based care of older adults.
    The Centre will open 7 days a week, year-round and opened November 1st, 2018.
    The physicians at the CHC provide intermediate care for complex or frail older adults (50+ years). Intermediate care is goal-based, time-limited care that aims to promote independence, prevent deterioration, and addresses urgent crises that require increased coordination of healthcare resources.
    The CHC is seeking a Family Medicine trained physician for the position of Physician Partner. The Physician Partner will work alongside the CHC Manager and Physicians in leading an interdisciplinary team that will work toward building a new service delivery model to bridge between hospitals, family physician and home. Each team member directly contributes their strengths to organizational performance through well-defined and shared responsibilities.
    The successful candidate will assist with the development of operational goals, priorities, and responsibilities.
    This position will provide oversight and support to 4 to 5 part time physicians, with senior level director support provided for success.
    Hours of Service: Provide a minimum of 2 hours of Physician Partner services per week for 52 weeks up to a maximum of 460 hours per annum. Job Qualifications Successful applicants will hold eligibility for certification in Family Medicine with the College of Family Physicians of Canada and be eligible for licensure with the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Saskatchewan (CPSS) . Candidates must obtain privileges with the Saskatchewan Health Authority (SHA) to practice family medicine in Saskatoon. This is an independent contractor position therefore benefits are the responsibility of the successful candidate. Additional Information To Apply: SHA supports a shared commitment to a Representative Workforce that is respectful and inclusive of all staff and clients and welcomes applications from those who will contribute to the diversity of our community. All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply; however, Canadian citizens and permanent residents will be given priority.
    Interested candidates, please submit your curriculum vitae in confidence to:
    Jennifer Grunert, Specialist Recruitment and Retention
    Practitioner Staff Affairs – Suite 6740 - Royal University Hospital | 103 Hospital Drive | Saskatoon, SK S7N 0W8
    Email: jennifer.grunert@saskhealthauthority.ca
    Saskatchewan's largest city is a four season destination and has gained a reputation as a great place to both live and visit. A young, vibrant and entrepreneurial demographic is energizing the city with exciting new things to see and do. #J-18808-Ljbffr

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    Urban Family Physician - Willowgrove Medical Group  

    - Saskatoon
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    Job Description Willowgrove Medical Group is looking for ambitious family physicians to join their busy practice on a full-time basis. Obstetrics is optional.

    The successful candidate will be responsible for the duties associated with a family practice including examining and advising patients, addressing minor emergencies, ordering diagnostic procedures, prescribing medications and performing minor surgeries. Job Qualifications The candidate must hold a medical degree; will hold certification or be eligible for certification from the College of Family Physicians of Canada (CFPC) ; Medical Council of Canada qualifying examinations (MCCQE I and MCCQE II); Licentiate of the Medical Council of Canada (LMCC). Successful candidates will be eligible for a provisional or regular license with the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Saskatchewan (CPSS) .

    Additional Information Remuneration and Benefits:

    Fee-for-service compensation is based on agreements between SK Ministry of Health and the SMA. Anticipated salary range is $250,000 to $500,000/year based on a minimum of 40 hours/week. We offer a competitive expense split - 70/30 and group benefits are available after 3 months.

    Willowgrove Medical Group is a fully computerized clinic with networked computers for EMR use; we have an x-ray lab on site. We offer primary care, occupational medicine and a wide range of specialty services including circumcisions and vasectomies. Weekend & weekday call is shared with all practicing physicians; currently 1 in 9 weekends.

    For more information or to submit your CV, please contact our office at:
    1-(306)242-0353 or e-mail willowgrovemedicalgroup@sasktel.net #J-18808-Ljbffr

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    Urban Family Physician - Saskatoon Community Clinic (Obstetrical Services)  

    - Saskatoon
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    Job Description The Saskatoon Community Clinic requires a part-time/full-time (0.75-1.0FTE) family physician with obstetrical call for its innovative consumer sponsored primary health care centre. Our inter-disciplinary team setting enables practitioners the time, support, and access to services they need to provide quality family and patient centered care. Our team includes counsellors, lab and diagnostic services, nurses, nurse practitioners, dieticians, occupational therapists, physiotherapists, and pharmacists to name a few. We place a strong emphasis on health promotion, disease prevention, quality improvement, and support for persons with special needs. The Clinic operates with an Electronic Medical Record (Med Access).

    This position is available to provide extended hours (evening and weekend services), including some week days. The successful applicant will primarily work out of our Westside location as part of the Connected Community Care Phase II strategy, an initiative focused on reducing the reliance on emergency department visits, and establishing a more robust interdisciplinary primary health care team with our partner organizations (Saskatchewan Health Authority, Saskatoon Tribal Council, and Central Urban Métis Federation). The Saskatoon Community Clinic Westside is a mix of booked appointments, community outreach, and quick access to primary care for residents in the community. Westside Community Clinic is open 7 days a week, year round, except for statutory holidays. Evening and weekend services improve access to care for residents living in Saskatoon’s core neighbourhoods of Riversdale, Pleasant Hill, Caswell Hill, King George and Westmount.

    We offer competitive remuneration along with excellent benefits, vacation and study leave provisions. Job Qualifications Applicants must be able to obtain a license to practice in Saskatchewan with the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Saskatchewan (CPSS) and obtain family medicine privileges with the Saskatchewan Health Authority (SHA) . Preference will be given to applicants with certification in family medicine. Additional Information Please apply with submission of CV by email to: jobs@communityclinic.ca

    For additional information please visit our website at
    or contact:

    Dr. Paula Paley
    Saskatoon Community Clinic
    455 2nd Avenue North
    Saskatoon, SK S7K 2C2
    P: (306) 652-0300 F: (306) 664-4120

    #J-18808-Ljbffr

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    Plastic Surgeon - Breast Reconstruction  

    - Saskatoon
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    The Saskatchewan Health Authority – Saskatoon and University of Saskatchewan, Department of Surgery, Division of Plastic Surgery seek Plastic Surgeons with Breast Reconstruction fellowship training that have an interest in clinical and academic service delivery. Collective responsibilities include clinical care of inpatients and outpatients and education of undergraduate and postgraduate trainees.
    There is opportunity to practice a full spectrum of plastic and reconstructive surgery. The successful candidates will have appointments in both the Saskatchewan Health Authority and the University of Saskatchewan.
    The successful candidate will hold certification or be eligible for certification with the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada (RCPSC) and be eligible for licensure with the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Saskatchewan (CPSS) .
    A Breast Reconstruction fellowship training is considered an asset. Responsibility of the physician. Additional Information University of Saskatchewan - The beautiful University of Saskatchewan campus is located on the shores of the South Saskatchewan River in Saskatoon, a city with a diverse and thriving economic base and a vibrant cultural life. The USask is a research-intensive institution with 22,000 students and 7,000 faculty and staff, and a strong reputation for innovation and excellence. It is home to the newly constructed Academic Health Sciences Complex and two of the largest science projects in the country – the Canadian Light Source synchrotron and the Vaccine and Infectious Disease Organization/International Vaccine Centre. A users group is available for collaborative research with clinical faculty using the $173.5 million Canadian Light Source synchrotron, owned by the University of Saskatchewan. The College of Medicine has an intake of 100 students per year with a commensurate number of positions for residency training.
    To Apply – Saskatchewan Health Authority supports a shared commitment to a Representative Workforce that is respectful and inclusive of all staff and clients and welcomes applications from those who will contribute to the diversity of our community. All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply; however, Canadian citizens and permanent residents will be given priority.
    Interested candidates, please submit your curriculum vitae in confidence to:
    Jennifer Grunert, Specialist Recruitment and Retention - Saskatoon
    Practitioner Staff Affairs – Suite 6740 - Royal University Hospital
    103 Hospital Drive
    Saskatoon, SK S7N 0W8
    Email: jennifer.grunert@saskhealthauthority.ca
    Please note applications will be accepted until the positions are filled. Saskatchewan's largest city is a four season destination and has gained a reputation as a great place to both live and visit. A young, vibrant and entrepreneurial demographic is energizing the city with exciting new things to see and do. #J-18808-Ljbffr

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    Urban Family Physician - Saskatoon East Family Physicians  

    - Saskatoon
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    Job Description Opportunity for developing your own practice or resuming care of an established practice from a retiring physician. Competitive overhead split with partnership opportunity. Job Qualifications The candidate will hold certification or be eligible for certification from the College of Family Physicians of Canada (CFPC) . Successful applicants will be eligible for a provisional or regular license to practice in Saskatchewan with the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Saskatchewan (CPSS) . Additional Information Family Practice Fee-for-service Flexible schedules On call rotation with 10 other physicians Med-Access EMR Diabetic Educator on site Extended hours clinic for clinic pts only Interested candidates, please contact:
    Anna Ponto by phone at (306) 373-5500 or by email at sefpoffice@gmail.com #J-18808-Ljbffr

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    Urban Family Physician - Sutherland Medical Clinic  

    - Saskatoon
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    Job Description Sutherland Medical Clinic (Dr. Joseph M. Balaton) is looking for ambitious family physicians to join a busy practice on Central Ave. This clinic location has served the Sutherland area for almost 60 years and is a well-established full service family medicine and walk in clinic. The clinic can be home to at least four physicians. The current office hours are Monday to Friday, 9 am to 5 pm with walk in and appointments, with potential for extended hours. The current call group would require only four weekend calls per year. The office has 8 exam rooms, a treatment room, 2 nursing stations, and 4 consulting rooms. The clinic presently provides primary care, shared obstetric care, prenatal, new born and pediatric care, WCB, HTB, chronic disease, Aviation and Marine Medicine.

    Sutherland is a very diverse area with many seniors, university students, and young families. This is an excellent opportunity for a family physician to step into a thriving practice and help expand it. Competitive 70/30 split fee for service compensation. Job Qualifications Candidates must be licensed with the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Saskatchewan (CPSS) and be able to obtain privileges with the Saskatchewan Health Authority . Additional Information Interested candidates, please contact:

    To discuss the opportunities available please
    Call our office at 306-374-9121 or email: dr.j.m.balaton@sasktel.net
    All inquiries are confidential.
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