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If you are a Saskatchewan and/or Canadian resident who is internationally educated or experienced in a regulated health care field but are unlicensed, visit Saskatchewan regulated occupations and regulatory bodies for more information.
Regulatory bodies have information on pathways for licensing. If you have questions about the credential recognition process and need support, please contact our navigator by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you are a Saskatchewan / Canadian resident who is internationally educated or experienced in a health care field and you are already licensed, you can find available job opportunities at HealthCareersInSask - Opportunities.
If you are requiring supports with your job search or have questions about next steps in your career journey, contact Career Services at 1-833-613-0485 or e-mail email@example.com.
Explore Saskatchewan by area and see stories and profiles of health care workers at HealthCareersInSask.
The Saskatchewan Health Authority has health-care opportunities available for displaced Ukrainians with or without a health care background. If you have questions about the credential recognition process and need support, please contact our navigator by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you are an international medical graduate (IMG), the IMG Support Program is available to provide navigation support and resources to anyone who received their undergraduate medical training outside of Canada and now resides in Saskatchewan. Contact the program by email at email@example.com or visit University of Saskatchewan Continuing Medical Education for more information.
Licensed physician employment opportunities are available at saskdocs.ca.
This program is targeted to support internationally trained health care professionals and nurses with funding support to obtain the licensing/certification to work in their regulated health occupations in Saskatchewan. The grants will be delivered to individuals seeking reimbursement for costs associated with becoming regulated in their health professions. Proof of expenditure of eligible costs is required.
Interested individuals that have been internationally trained and are currently residing in Saskatchewan must contact Career Services and book an appointment with a Client Services Consultant (CSC). The consultant will assist individuals through career action planning and assisting eligible clients with applying for the grants.
Interested individuals should contact:
SaskJobs – Career Services
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