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Do you have excellent engineering, interpersonal and leadership skills? Are you passionate about highway safety?

A career as an engineer with our ministry might be for you.

Our engineers develop, manage and consult on transportation projects around the province. They work in one of many areas:

  • Hydraulic Design
  • Environment
  • Operation and Maintenance
  • Design Delivery
  • Construction Delivery
  • Project Management
  • Traffic Engineering
  • Quality Assurance
  • Geotechnical Engineering
  • Bridge Preservation
  • Surfacing and Material Standards


The primary duties of an engineer include, but are not limited to:

  • Bring creative and innovative solutions to complex issues.
  • Apply professional engineering concepts, principles, practices and standards in the planning, design, construction and maintenance of provincial highways.
  • Develop and maintain collaborative relationships.
  • Communicate effectively with various stakeholders.
  • Provide project management leadership and support.


You must possess at minimum, a Bachelor of Science degree in Engineering from an accredited university. You also need to be registered or eligible for registration as a professional engineer or engineer-in-training with the Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of Saskatchewan. Other conditions may apply, depending on the posting.

What’s in it for you?

  • Unique, diverse and professional team
  • Dynamic, challenging and innovative work environment
  • Serving the citizens of the province
  • Flexible work arrangements
  • Employer-paid health and dental benefits
  • Government pension
  • Opportunities for training and leadership development
  • Exposure to a variety of civil engineering areas for skill development
  • Professional coaching

If you feel this position is for you, check out the Career Centre and explore our available positions regularly. Choose Ministry of Highways in the advanced search to find our job opportunities.

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