Experience our Energy!
We know success is the result of the dedication, experience and diversity of our employees - not only for the sake of competitive advantage, but also to fuel innovation.
Whatever your career aspirations may be, there are many reasons for you to join our team.
Our competitive total rewards package includes:
- Pay & Benefits
- Competitive salaries
- Healthcare coverage
- Pension plan
- Life and disability insurance
- Flexible spending account
- Employee family assistance program
- Work Environment
- Culture of inclusiveness
- Safety-first approach
- Flexible work/life balance options
- Networking opportunities
- Employee recognition
- Community involvement
- Learning & Development
- On-the-job training
- Personal growth opportunities
- Leadership development
- Career coaching
- Education support
Inclusion and Diversity
We continually strive to create a workplace that reflects the changing demographics of Saskatchewan. We invite Indigenous peoples, persons with disabilities, visible minorities and women in underrepresented occupations to apply.
SaskEnergy is committed to creating an inclusive work environment that recognizes and appreciates all employee perspectives and talents. Creating networking opportunities provides a way for employees to come together and discuss ways in which they can cultivate a work environment that will enable them to contribute to our organization’s business goals.
Examples of opportunities include:
- SaskEnergy Aboriginal Government Employees (SAGE)
- Youth Network (Generation Energy)
- Joint Diversity Committee
- Coffee Connections
Service Technician Qualifying Position (STQP)
STQP is an entry-level field position that allows you to train under the guidance of an experienced Service Technician. Participation in the two (2) year internal program is the first step to becoming a fully qualified Service Technician that works in the installation, operation and maintenance of our natural gas facilities.
Check out the STQP Video for more information.
We are here to support you in enhancing your resume while gaining valuable work experience in your field of study.
Co-op positions start in January, May or September for four month terms, with the opportunity for an extension. To be eligible, you must be enrolled in the Co-op Program at your post-secondary institution offered through the University of Saskatchewan, University of Regina or Saskatchewan Polytechnic.
Summer Work Experience
Our Summer Student Program provides a valuable work experience and allows you to earn some money over the summer break. We hire Summer Students in a variety of departments and locations, both in office and field settings.
Available positions are posted early in the calendar year. To qualify, you must be:
- Enrolled as a post-secondary student on a full-time basis for the fall and winter semesters
- Returning to school full-time in the fall
- Available from May to August
Every year, we award scholarships to post-secondary recipients through the SaskEnergy Scholarship Investment Plan.