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Employment

There are many job opportunities available in Saskatchewan. 
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1. Employment Opportunities

If you are looking for employment opportunities, browse the many jobs posted on Saskatchewan's leading job site: SaskJobs.ca.

Employment opportunities to support displaced Ukrainian workers are posted with #sksupportsukraine.

The Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program is prioritizing applications received from Ukrainian applicants.

SaskJobs.ca is connected to the National Job Bank, allowing employers to reach an even greater number of affected individuals.

If you are looking for employment supports, contact SaskJobs Career Services at:

Toll-free Number: 1-833-613-0485
Email address: ukrainesupport@gov.sk.ca

For more information, visit SaskJobs Career Services.

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2. Employer Information

Employers wishing to provide employment to eligible individuals fleeing the Ukraine are encouraged to post their jobs on SaskJobs.ca. Use #sksupportsukraine in your job ad to communicate your commitment and interest. Saskjobs.ca is connected to the National Job Bank, allowing employers to reach an even greater number of affected individuals.

The Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program is prioritizing applications received from Ukrainian applicants.

SaskJobs Employer Services provides Saskatchewan businesses with a full range of services to assist employers in sourcing, recruiting, developing and retaining a skilled workforce. For assistance, get in touch with a SaskJobs Employer Services professional by calling 1-833-354-6914 or emailing saskjobs@gov.sk.ca.

Consider registering with UCC Saskatchewan, employment offers and position requirements can be identified by completing the Business Support registration form.

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3. Protection for Immigrants and Foreign Workers

If you're coming to Saskatchewan through provincial or federal immigration programs either for a temporary visit or permanently, you're protected by The Foreign Worker Recruitment and Immigration Services Act (FWRISA).

The Act protects:

  • Foreign workers
  • Students
  • Visitors
  • Family class immigrants
  • Self-employed foreign nationals

Immigrants to Canada also have legal protection under Canadian federal legislation.

In addition, all employers, immigration consultants and recruiters have responsibilities to the immigrants and foreign workers who use their services. Learn about these responsibilities in the sections below.

For additional information, please visit The Foreign Worker Recruitment and Immigration Services Act.

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