Work In Sask - The
employment directory to help you find a job in
Work in Sask - Saskatchewan
listing here some Saskatchewan private sector
companies website. Those companies have their
headquarters in Saskatchewan or are doing big
business in Saskatchewan.
Hoping that will help
you find a job on beautiful Saskatchewan.
Cameco is the world's largest uranium producer
accounting for 20% of world production from its
mines in Canada and the US.
Conexus is an employer who cares. For the past
two years they have been named one of the 50
Best Employers in Canada and their employees are
the ones who put us on top.
Canadian Western Bank
Today’s financial industry can give you
opportunities to create a career and a life path
that fit your goals and personality more than
ever before - if you work with the right
Hitachi Canadian Industries
Hitachi Canadian Industries Ltd. (HCI) is an
independent company wholly owned by Hitachi Ltd.
of Japan. Established in 1988, HCI is part of
Hitachi's Power & Industrial division. HCI
has a large manufacturing facility located in
Saskatoon, Canada. They offer a wide variety of
products and services, from custom industrial
fabricating, machining and assembly to after
Headquartered in Calgary, Alberta, Husky Energy
Inc. is one of Canada's largest energy and
energy-related companies. The Company owns a
portfolio of high-margin production in Western
Canada that range from shorter-term shallow oil
and gas production in eastern Alberta to
longer-life, deep oil and gas production in
western Alberta, northeast British Columbia, and
Mosaic is the world's leading producer of potash
and phosphate crop nutrients
Established in 1965, SED serves customers around
the world. They offer a flexible approach and an
eagerness to work with their customers to devise
the most cost-effective and practical solutions.
They believe you will find their approach and
their integrity refreshing; they current
Shore Gold is Canadian natural resource
exploration and development company currently
advancing the Falc JV and Star Diamond project
in central Saskatchewan.
The agribusiness industry is growing – and
Viterra is growing with it.
Viterra was created by the merger of
Saskatchewan Wheat Pool and Agricore United,
combining the strengths of Canada’s two largest