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Other Job Opportunities

Saskatchewan Coroners Service

Community Coroners, Multiple Locations

The Saskatchewan Coroners Service (SCS) is responsible for the investigation of all sudden, unexpected and unnatural deaths in the province in accordance with The Coroners Act, 1999. Coroners in Saskatchewan are appointed by the Chief Coroner and serve the citizens of the local community and surrounding areas where the coroner resides.

The SCS is seeking mature, discrete, compassionate and community-minded individuals to work as coroners with the responsibility to answer the who, how, when, where and by what means the deceased died and look at aspects of prevention. The SCS is currently recruiting community coroners in the following locations: Black Lake/Fond Du Lac/Stony Rapids, Hudson Bay, Kindersley, La Ronge, Meadow Lake, Melfort/Tisdale, North Battleford, Outlook, and Pelican Narrows/Deschambault Lake. In accepting the role of a coroner, the individual must be able to commit to handling most of the death investigations that occur within their community (i.e., serving a radius of 80 to 100 kms).

As a successful candidate, you must be proficient in using a computer and computer applications, be a Saskatchewan resident, have a valid driver's licence and reliable vehicle, be subject to a criminal record check and attend a five-day training course held by the SCS, before commencing coroner duties.

Qualified applicants should forward a resume and cover letter to coroner@gov.sk.ca before January 30, 2023, at 12:00 a.m. Only applicants selected for further assessment will be contacted.

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Closing Date: January 30, 2023, at 12:00 a.m.


Legislative Assembly of Saskatchewan

Parliamentary Education Interpreter, Term Casual

The Legislative Assembly Service of Saskatchewan (LAS) exists to support and enhance parliamentary democracy and the Legislative Assembly for the benefit of the people of Saskatchewan. Parliamentary Education and Heritage works to develop interest in the Legislative Assembly, its function, the Legislative building, and Saskatchewan’s diverse heritage by offering superior programming for all peoples.

The LAS is seeking a well-organized, energetic individual who enjoys working in a fast-paced team environment to join them. As a Parliamentary Education Interpreter, you will provide tours of the Legislative Building to the public, as well as support educational programming, public events, and exhibits. As a successful candidate, you will have your Grade 12 education supplemented with an interest in democratic/parliamentary process and training or experience in public speaking, proficiency in written and oral language skills, bilingual proficiency in French is a strong asset and knowledge of Indigenous history and governmental structures as well as an understanding of the general comparative governmental structures are considered an asset.

Interested applicants should email a cover letter and resume to careers@legassemly.sk.ca by February 17, 2023. Only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

To learn more about the LAS, our vision, mission and values, and to find further information about the position, salary and benefits, please visit the Legislative Assembly website.

Closing Date: February 17, 2023, by 5:00 p.m.

 

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